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Only this forum would appreciate the pain...to think that someone deliberately formatted this newsletter/advert.
She took great care, within the limitations of the email format, to make it appear cheerful: a mix of Comic Sans, Times Roman, Georgia and Arial, including italics and underscores, in five colors and many sizes. Sprinkled with typos and bad punctuation too.
We have to file this under "doesn't know any better" but am I wrong to think less of this correspondent? I've disguised the personal onfo.
This is just one third of the entire email, which went on and on and on...