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Roy Tennant

I also preach the simplification gospel, just about any chance I get. In order to have the time to do higher-order work, such as assigning subject headings, we need to rethink some of the nit-picky details we painstakingly record. Also, it should be "her recent post," as George Oates is female.

Christine Schwartz

Thanks, Roy. Did not realize that. Will correct.

George Oates

*waves* :)

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