Message from discussion Landmark sues Elle Magazine press release
Subject: Re: Landmark sues Elle Magazine press release
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In article <35f14e0f.532...@news.vnet.net>,
fk...@vnet.net (Fred Kidd) wrote:
> A simple letter to the editor would have been sufficient
Right on, Frederino! I thought of that, too. Landmark could have presented
their view much more effectively in a letter to the editor. I think they're
making fools of themselves, getting out the big guns against an article in a
fashion magazine that was hardly a scathing indictment of the Forum.
> LEC's lack of research is just as blatant. The only true
> representative report on what impact LEC programs have had on the
> participants would be a long term study of every graduate by an
> independent entity funded with independent funds.
I've been experiencing some heart rhythm irregularities since a few evenings
ago, and I don't think the aggravation of participating in this ng is doing it
any good, so I'm going to back off for a while.
To leave you (generic) with one additional thought.
What tolerance on Landmark's part would look like. I don't want to limit it
to this, but one possible way it would look would be if Landmark took the
approach that any and all feedback on it's programs was welcome.
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