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Subject: Re: [APG] What not to do...
Date: Tue, 13 Jan 2009 12:35:14 -0600
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>I admit that this very day, while perusing my own database, I stared
my granny glasses at an utterly mystifying entry and mumbled to myself,
"...where the h#*# did that come from, and why the h#*# didn't I cite my

Kate, if we scheduled a crow-pie party for the next NGS conference, we'd
have to book the banquet hall!

Sometimes, in my presentations on sources, I'll facetiously ask for a show
of hands among those who can say they have cited their sources thoroughly
from Day 1 in genealogy. Across umpteen years and some pretty big audiences,
exactly one person has ever raised her hand.


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