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04/03/2019

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This posting is truly a classic that probably wouldn't get old if it were reposted every two months (well, maybe it would . . .).

Not sure if its an addendum or a codicil or what, but a related posting ( http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CompensationCafe/~3/EEcMXdOpXfM/when-there-are-no-good-options.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email ), was almost certainly a by-product and prompted by Jim's original treatment.

I'll keep my eyes open for a repeat performance, maybe in early June?

"Classics," like fine wine, Chris, require the passage of time for fermentation so their full flavor may mature for maximum enjoyment.

In other words, our Esteemed Empress Editoress-in-Chief has RULES governing the granting of "classic" status. Ours is not to reason why … etc.

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