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Posted by  Richard Haut on November 23, 2002 at 11:12:23:

In Reply to:  Re: Rosie Ruiz posted by Manuel Oliveros on November 23, 2002 at 08:48:04:

where is the dividing line between clubbiness and corruption ? there isn't one - they merge into each other.

because of what I do inevitably I get occasional trouble from people who would rather that others were not given the chance to apply for projects. It is interesting to note that there is another side to the clubbiness question: those that need to use favouritism and other means to keep new people out are themselves openly admitting that they are second rate, unable to compete and work professionally without resorting to some form of unfair advantage, cheating or dishonesty.

it is amazing, and occasionally amusing, to see the "in-crowd" getting desparate about where their next job will come from. If they cannot obtain unfair advantage, they know that they have no hope of getting work on the "open market".

how far will these people go ? further than anyone would have imagined possible.

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