I've just started a third quarter of classes, so chaos is a better
explanation for my silence. I could phone Debbie Fox about this, but I
bet the response will be that "we get them to the border, but we can't be
responsible beyond that." I've had trouble with correspondence going
from here to Canada, though the Chicago postal people are notorious for
hiding mail and so on--or so I'm told. I think the real issue is which
class of postal service is being used, and that may be the thing we want
to negotiate with whoever sends these things out. I guess we have to
figure out who sends these things out, right?
On Tue, 16 Apr 1996, Anthony Pare wrote:
> Before my righteous Canadian anger wears off (and being a good Canadian,
> I am slow to anger and quick to forgive)(well, sometimes), I would like
> to follow up this policy of not mailing CCCC programs to Canadians. Is
> the CASLL silence on this issue a sign of end-of-term chaos, or does no
> one else care much?