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Emails from SB!

Well well well..... 2006 looks like it might hold many an interesting suprise! Andrea, you'll like this one!

I got an email today, sent via the BH web site's contact page. A personal email, i.e. not one from a customer.

It was from none other than SB herself!

Hi Charlie. Just a quicky to say thankyou for the christmas card and for my get
well wish, it was much appreciated you being only one of a few to ask after me.
I hope you and yorkie are in the pink and all the best for New Year. Kind
regards Lynne. PS didnt know how else to get in touch with you. Cheers.


Now on the surface, and to any one who has not been witness to the shit that has been happening at MM for the last year, this might seem like a nice gesture, right?

BULL SHIT!

This is no nicer than my sending her a card in the first place, which I only did to make a point that I am *ahem* "grown up" enough to be pleasent regardless of said shit. It would have been commented on if she had been the only person in the building I did not send a card to after all.

But the fact is, she could have easily called, or texted me as she DOES have my mobile number from back when we were friends, and even if she has deleted them, I know for a fact she could have got that information or my personal email address from Glenn. Or she could have asked S to pass the message on as he's the one I asked to give her the card in the first place.

This is her letting me know she knows about BH. Which I knew anyway! And maybe she knows something that is yet to happen, like my dismissal? Nah.... he's holding off until the site expires for that one I'm sure.

But anyway. Intresting start to a new year at MM, isn't it?

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