On some sites, the person knowsthat you received his or her e-mail and read it.On some sites, the person also knows that you deleted it.I’ve enjoyed chatting with you, but I don’t think we’re a match. Some people flame others by sending e-mails, warning people of a person’s supposed bad character. He is [insert issue here].”) Although you could sue them for defamation, who needs the grief?The best way to avoid this sort of thing is to kill people with kindness, even if they don’t deserve it.And it came to me at some point that I hadn't taken enough chances with my own life," he said. In 1956 The Museum of Modern Art wrote Andy Warhol saying a committee "decided they ought not accept" his donation of a drawing.
I just got in from shovelling and decided to see if it was posted on the Internet and there it was. Imagine how it would feel to get a letter like this: "The work you sent us is quite terrible.Please forgive the form rejection but it would take too much of my time to tell you exactly how terrible it was.""That's horrid!Say that you get an e-mail from someone, and you can tell immediately that you have no interest in communicating with that person.
Here are the Internet-appropriate ways to say no: Note that Internet dating sites vary in the sophistication of their features.
Don't hate me," the Post-it note read from "Sex and the City." TV shows like "The Apprentice" are built on rejection.