So I received this in email today:
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And the thing that I immediately thought of were old IBM manuals that would have a page with the following text:
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No it's not.
It should have read:
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At least this email from Chevrolet is more accurate than the old IBM manuals.
But then again,
I wonder what Chevrolet was trying to sell me.
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