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Re: RE: burning/healthcare

In a message dated 1/2/03 2:10:23 PM, mhobertm@excite.com writes:

<< Well, actually--in the more rural areas of Iowa it is still
acceptable to burn >>

Melody, that depends on the incorporated community or county you reside in.

    I have several very close friends who are in health care and who feel 
much like you do.  Interestingly, I have observed how others always have 
interest and questions for them and their work.  Being a retired industrial 
engineer no one was ever interested in how to chomp a pc of sheet steel, the 
most time efficent method or the rqmts of quality.  BTW, I loved my job!

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