woeischris wrote:Also, Michael, have you considered the idea that the "god bless you" stuff on your website, emails, and message board posts might be a bit off-putting to some people?
Actually I like it. It's nice to have something that sounds warm and sincere like "God Bless You" over the fake sounding speil that You usually get from the vast majority of software companies.
Stuff like "We value You as a customer" read We value Your money!
At least If someone says "God bless You" it means they stand for something other than the almighty dollar. At least with that there is a chance You won't get screwed over in the name of the almighty dollar that goes by the name of "good business practice"
Good on You Michel and keep up the good work.
Oh and one more thing, God bless You and every person on this forum.
i like it too, after a first "what is this"-feeling in the beginning. i don't feel any attempt of evangelizing in this, so i fill in my understanding of blessing. and actually, to be blessed feels good
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