rth at anat.UMSMED.EDU (Rosemary Hoffman) writes:
>In article <1993Apr14.235746.12389 at iscsvax.uni.edu>
>yu0024 at iscsvax.uni.edu writes:
>>I am sitting here for some hours try to start a paper, which is the requirment
>>for population ecology. Without any ideal come to my mind, I think maybe it
>>is good ideal to post the requirment here, and hope you can disscuss your ideal
>> ... the entire problem deleted...
>Dear Thanks advance,
>I first saw your request in women-in-bio and let it slide.
>How many newsgroups did you post to anyway?
>I'm sorry if you find your paper difficult, but hey, if science were easy
>EVERYONE would be doing it, and no one would be left to work in Burger King!
>Instead of trying to get busy researchers, teachers, and students to do
>your paper for you, use your time to pick an organism and your computer
>skills to do a Medline search to find the information you need.
>You forgot to let us know your name - perhaps your professor would be
>interested in your problem (what's the smiley face sign for sarcasm?)
Maybe you could have been more supportive it would have taken about as much time
as this flame did.
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