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Thursday, September 23, 2021

Why is it that when you’re consciously waiting for a specific email, from a specific party or parties, you wind up getting about a million unrelated emails in the meantime?

And I’m not talking about spam, but more or less “real” emails. Because they’re actually relevant, they have to be checked; but, they give false hope just the same.

I’m sure this is covered somewhere in Murphy’s Laws and Corollaries, but I’m too lazy to wade through all the subsections.

- Costa Tsiokos, 09/23/2004 10:42:15 AM
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  1. Whether or not it’s listed, it’s annoying all the same…

    Comment by Jon Silpayamanant — 09/24/2004 @ 05:52:46 PM

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