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There's no point in being frustrated. You are not responsible for their well-being. If you do not feel like answering their question, skip it. If they get no reply they'll either go away or try to find out why and do something about it. Either one is good for us.

Jenda


In reply to Re: Frustrations with newbie questions by Jenda
in thread Frustrations with newbie questions by hieronymus

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