I've been waiting almost 300 days to hear about a short story submission I made to a magazine with a 90-day average-response time. While, according to duotrope, the current response time is about 170 days, I'm still way out of the ballpark. I've sent two very polite queries and have had no response from these either. It was an on-line submission for which I did receive acknowledgment of receipt, so I know they got it. I have no hopes for the submission--it was a stupid long-shot I never should have taken--but I'd still like a response. In fact, I'm jealous of all the people on duotrope who've received their rejections. All I want is my own rejection! Is that too much to ask? I'm feeling a bit stuck. I want to send it other places but can't. I guess I should withdraw the submission? What do you think?