Best Wishes SRoweCanoe at
Sat Jun 16 05:20:46 CEST 2001

In a message dated 6/15/2001 10:39:49 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
dcml-request at writes:

> About my "best wishes" signature: it accompanies all of my DCML emails. 
> I wish everyone the best, so I've never been concerned about which of my 
> emails can or cannot be accompanied with "best wishes" as signature. 
> Maybe it's an improper or strange way of greeting people in English? 
> If so, I will change it into something else. I welcome any advice on this. 

Saying "Best Wishes" after you've said something nice is fine, saying "Best 
Wishes" after you've said something not-nice is not fine: it's sarcasm.

Steven Rowe

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