Sun, 19 Nov 2000 22:53:07 EST
Naturally, one casts ones appeal net to the widest possible audience. You
want to catch every fly (why?) you can at least long enough to let them find
out if they are interested in your variety of honey. What you don't want is
to pretend that you have every variety of honey available, and sugar and
maple syrup as well.
Maybe not a good analogy. What you want is not to be weighed down in the
founding stages or first years, with people who will try to shred the model.
So it is nice to be clear as well as attractive. Clear usually chases away a
lot of people. Why is that a "hard" stance? It is a survival stance.
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