[Northkeep] application rejected ??

Marc Carlson marccarlson20 at hotmail.com
Fri May 18 14:00:21 PDT 2007

>From: "ld.blackmoon" <ld.blackmoon at cox.net>
>ok, now i'm confused ?
>did we switch topics ??
>>>I really don't think there's any -secrecy-, just that some things are
>>>less slick than others.
>are we discussing lubricants now ??
> > just that some things are less
> > slick than others.
>sorry i don't catch the reference .

I know *I* didn't change subjects...

Slick, as in (to quote from the big old book of words):

"   4. Adroit, deft, quick, smart; skilful in action or execution. Also 
(merging with sense 3), glibly clever, having easy assurance. (Of persons.)
    5. First-class, excellent; neat, in good order; smart, efficient, that 
operates smoothly; superficially attractive, glibly clever. (Of things, 
actions, etc.) "

In other words, sometimes talking about things that are not ready talked 
about publically isn't usually the smart thing to do.  It's not so much 
keeping secrets as it is about not doing things that might make people draw 
conclusions you don't want them to draw.

Does that make more sense?


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