Letters to the Editor

September 16, 2012 3:00 PM

At least send a rejection letter

Rejection, disappointment and yet more disappointment! Don’t get me wrong, I believe in recycling (I just don’t have room to do it) and it’s always a good thing to save a tree or better yet, plant a new one. But have we become so removed from society, so thoughtless, so lazy or maybe overworked (sounds like room for more employees) that companies can’t even send a rejection letter in the mail anymore?

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