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JRM

Mike:

This is solvable.

Just send the following followup:

Dear Prospective Employer:

I recently sent you a draft letter to my auto insurance carrier to determine whether we are a good fit. However, I have not seen the reviewed finished product which your firm would provide.

Please send it forthwith so that I may determine if you are worthy of my talents.

Cheerfully yours,
WV

Of course, the alternative is:

Dear Monolithic Legal Corporation:

It has come to my attention that your file servers have gained access to my computer and appropriated my private correspondence and possibly some pornography files I keep on my computer for research. Under the Fair Legal Access act of 1978, you owe me $4,000 or a habitable workplace. Should you refuse, we will have search warrants served on all your computers to find the stolen files.

Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.

WV

Now, finally, I note that it is VERY IMPORTANT to not send this as a Word Attachment. Otherwise, it's super easy to confuse "Letter to Firm" with "Letter to Mistress."

--JRM, wondering why others' severe pain makes me laugh so.

F

Did you ever say 'oops' ? I've always found that it helps.

Igots

As long as you mentioned your Law Review membership in that letter to your auto insurer, you should be okay.

Milton

Why is it the VAIO's fault?

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You write DRAFTS of letters to your insurance company?!

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ronny

nice

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