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Judging people by which email salutation they use. PGP.
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In my 4 years I’ve learned “best” is best. Doesn’t require a stupid exclamation point like “thanks”, less formal than “regards”, and isn’t douchy like “cheers”. Unless of course you’re an Aussie and use cheers in regularly daily language, in that case, go ahead.
I’m a big fan of “R/,”. What does it mean? Regards? Respectfully? Really wish you were dead? They’ll never know.
This is dumb.