How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

For those that want Gmail

Odds are, I don't know your email address. Further, I'm a lazy bastard, and am not gonna bother looking it up in your info, on the off chance it's there, which often it's not. So, if you want gmail, contact me (preferabbly via email- cause than I can just invite you with a clock) and get me your email address.

My email is in the info, bu: [Unknown LJ tag]

Hell, if anyone you know wants a gmail invite, shoot them my way too. It's not like I have to hold on to them for a rainy day or something.

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