Well, I sent John Rosenwald another option at Beloit and he didn't like this one as much as the first. It didn't "work" for them.
I came to think about a submission as an order from a catalog today. If I had mailed them a calculator watch which they returned, saying it didn't work, and upon inspecting the calculator watch, I found it worked just fine, would I then be authorized to send it back, saying it did indeed work? That maybe what wasn't working was their capacity to use such a thing as a calculator watch?
Well, needless to say, there are many faults with this analogy. For one, they didn't order the calculator watch. I sent it to them without their asking. Also, I'm pretty sure good customer service standards don't allow me to send back working merchandise with a nasty letter. I think I'd have to send back a new calculator watch that looks like it's brand new and hasn't been through two mail journeys. But what if they don't want a replacement? Then I guess I get to keep the calculator watch myself.
Oh, no. I've confused myself again. I guess I'll wait 6 months and try again.