RE: Abbreviations are for FUN Only
Me - too - but I can't get time to decipher!!! Fun at work..........! j:>)
Saint Joseph's Hospital of Atlanta
From: Roger Moretz [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2001 10:40 AM
To: Monson, Frederick C.; HistoNet Server (E-mail)
Cc: Monson, Craig (E-mail)
Subject: Re: Abbreviations are for FUN Only
I really enjoy your postings, but WHERE do you get the
time and energy to do all this? Lately all I can
manage is a once a week quick read/dump session!!!
--- "Monson, Frederick C." wrote:
> There are times when I w8 for someone to supply
> something that is
> jfyi and useful, but usually I just elevate my eyes
> and feign a lhu all,
> because it's jmo that sfaiaa we are all sot and sry
> for it, so we resort to
> abbreviations in order to conserve space and reduce
> our bandwith and to
> demonstrate our ability to manage our sprechen.
> Whew! Bticbw. Or, dycwic?
> Now I think this should be the eom and the eod of
> this matter.
> Wir shultigen lichten uppen und haben ein fewen
> kalten oder warmen bieren
> forgottness saken!
> sprechen mit economishliklishe ---
> wsluuhefkowbfs! or in Englishishe, wsluahafcowbfs!
> Regardsen ftbomh,
> Frederick C. Monson, PhD
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