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Welcome back, Tilly.

Effective today (May 1) I am no longer employed.
I hope things ended amicably for you. Was the restriction on your open source/ outside work a factor in leaving (if you did leave, rather than being invited to leave)?

Also my impresssion is that in my absence my reputation has expanded beyond the reality.
This originally started off as a plan for wholesale character assassination, but things got a bit mixed up. Now that you've reminded us, we can begin slandering again.

Also, now I'm stuck with 2 gross FREE TILLY stickers. What am I going to do with them all?
Again, welcome back.

In reply to Re: I'm back, sorta by boo_radley
in thread I'm back, sorta by tilly

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