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Topic: Re: Scott, curriculum
Replies: 3   Last Post: Jul 9, 1995 10:45 AM

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Re: Scott, curriculum
Posted: Jul 6, 1995 10:54 PM
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>But as someone has wisely said, anything worth
>doing is worth doing badly.


<Snip, snip>

>And, as another wise person said, "Sometimes you have to put your
>principles aside and do the right thing."


>Are you listening, Kent? Harv? :-)

>--Lou Talman



Was there something here that Kent and I should find worth noting?
I pride myself on doing the right thing and usually it's without putting my
principles aside. I still believe that anything worth doing is worth doing
well...but then again (at age 45) I'm from the "old" school.
Harv :-)






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