Here's the email:
Hehe omg !!!
Im a complete empty headed person...I understand completely what you said. That is the only method...I don't understand how Maya such an expensive program does not let you do an infinite plane =/
Thanks so much S*** P**** (nice last name) ...
You have no idea how you have settled my problem!!! lol
Hehe I know this sounds stupid but I am willing to send you a twix box :) hehe I have a bunch of them from a fundraiser we were doing here forschool :)
Am I just an old-fashioned fogey who believes that people should reserve emoticons and netspeak abbreviations for their friends, and make an effort to use little things like capital letters and correct grammar when interacting in a professional context? And what's up with the offer to send a box of Twix? Again, I can see it for a friend, not for a professional contact. I was just horrified when this hit my inbox; there are a couple of really bad offenders on the list (including one woman who sprinkles her emails with "lol" . . . in the middle of sentences with no punctuation to indicate how it's to be read) but this was a particularly egregious example. Am I way out of line to expect people to have some clue about appropriate behavior, or is email now an appropriate-free zone?