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#1 posted 09-24-2010 07:58 PM

Well said, Charlie.

The only things that you’d really have to know, in order to give constructive criticism, and have it be well received are:

- everything about the personality of the person whose project it was,
- what kind of mood they’re in on the given moment that you might offer up constructive criticism, and
- how to word constructive criticism in such a way as to preclude even the possibility of it being taken wrong.

There. Now how hard can THAT be ;-)

Incidentally, I live a few miles from Sister Agnes, these days. She STILL has a bruise, there. Ever thought about major league ball ? I bet you throw a MEAN fastball :-)

-- -- Neil

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