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> From: Andrew Plato[SMTP:intrepid_es -at- yahoo -dot- com]
> Reply To: Andrew Plato
> Sent: Sunday, March 12, 2000 02:55 PM
> To: TECHWR-L
> Subject: Simplicity
> Lots of ideas on this topic. Fun topic too.
> However, I think a few ideas are getting overused and bent out of shape.
> Yes, our profession is very much like a roofer. We must produce a product
> that product is (hopefully) useful. And as Tim Altom pointed out, roofers
> in many different flavors. Some are experienced masters that may take a
> longer but produce top quality product. Some are entry level journeymen
> who can
> do the job, but leave some flaws. Others are novices who would probably
> blow up
> your house.
And some just LOVE to drive you crazy, talking your ear off, hearing
go on and on while they work...
Sorry, Andrew... just had to <g>...All in fun, you know.. (Is he laughing?)
PMargaritis -at- alladata -dot- net