Misfits of project
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An e-mail from X-City
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An e-mail from X-City
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is an ironic newsletter – we like having fun.
those who did not read previous issues:
Writing this issue was real fun :-)
weeks ago, we received a strange e-mail from X-City; that e-mail was sent to
the address anyone can find on our website, i.e., email@example.com.
e-mail was in another language, so quotes are in fact translations. We do
not know which `communicate´ that fellow was speaking of, so we must assume
he was citing us correctly.
decided to write about this e-mail because … it is really funny and
enlightening; it was good to take some hints.
e-mail began with ‘Kind
Central (I haven’t understood your
what do we have here?
we anyone writing to a firm address and complaining because someone does not
know who is working for that firm? What could be done here?
we put the name of our feline friends on our website, maybe? After all, they
are very dignified cats and they take their social role very seriously
indeed; but …Tailchaser and Inklet are very reserved cats :-)
From that e-mail: `This
passage of yours is taken from a communicate that was pointed
out to me …´
So, now we know the
antecedents: that fellow was so busy attending his own business … that he
could dedicate a good amount of time to comment a `communicate´ of someone
who has never heard of him (no, not even Tailchaser and Inklet, and everyone
here may assure you they are very knowledgeable cats).
But now we go to find
out where the beef is! – unless Tailchaser … :-)
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