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well, fwiw, I've found that my strict Harbrace grammer has gone to Hades in
a handbasket, so that I'm more sure that my readers (some of which can't
properly use a 'that' and a 'which'--oi carumba!) really understand any
compound phrases I have to toss at them. Sometimes the sacred cow of
Audience Analysis demands I write to the lowest common demoninator. Sucks,
but that's life.
From: Chuck Martin <CMartin -at- serena -dot- com>
>But in my short (7ish years) career, I have had numerous encounters with
>horrible writing. ...the grammar. Oh! the horror of it all.