@fletcherjustin, Believe it or not, Christians have a sense of humor, too. Rich is a humor columnist with a ... saucy ... streak, so I was meeting him on his turf. Quite the biblical concept, actually.
And, fear not, Rich's fans: We don't make Kool-Aid at Focus, and even if we did, do you honestly think Rich would even take the cup from my hands, let alone drink it? He's a big boy who can take care of himself. I promise to return him unharmed.
I don't wear caps to work, alas, and only bring out the earring for special occasions, Brewski. But I'll be sure to show Rich pictures ...
That's great, Rich. Talking *to* each other instead of *at* each other. Looking forward to it.
Hey, as long as I have you here, can I invite you to Focus for lunch sometime? Give you a tour of the place, sit down and chat one-on-one? It'd be great to meet you and maybe even dispel some of the notions you have about us.
Consider it an open invitation. I'll email you my contact info.
Thanks for the fix.
As for the law firm, we'd sure have some strikingly written legal briefs ... : ) But you wouldn't really accept third billing, would you? I'm not even sure I'd take second ...
Hey, Rich, just a thought: Before you pull the cheapest play there is from "The Columnist's Playbook" -- condescendingly pointing out the typos of others -- you might want to double-check your own work. Our spokesperson's name is Monica SCHLEICHER, not SCHLIECHER.
VP, Ministry Communications
Focus on the Family
Darn typo. Repost to turn "basing" into "bashing":
Rich, rewind the tape -- if you have one. My wife was in the car with me when we talked. You got all the nouns in the sentence right, just missed the verbs. I assume it was an honest mistake, despite your long and somewhat tiresome history of bashing Focus.
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