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i'd personally prefer email rejection to tell you the truth. just b/c i'm not the most patient person in the world.
 

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An e-mail rejection shows no class. That's their way of saying "You're not worth our 37 cents, but thanks for your big fat check." Personally, I'd be offended to get rejected by e-mail.

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I guess I'm always more for quicker = better. But yeah, I do agree that an email rejection says, we like your money...

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My rejections thus far have been on paper (they make for good note-taking scratch paper btw... I'm all about recycling :) )... but I'd just like to say that an e-mail rejection would totally suck! That would just hurt... I mean I would think "my lord... couldn't you at least send me a formal letter?!"
 
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