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--- Tom Brobst <tbrobst -at- lucent -dot- com> wrote:
> This is comprehensive but would force employers to start a tech writer out in
> six-figure salary range and students to fork out tons of cash putting
> through school. I don't think some doctors secure this kind of education!
Naw - my classes are all basic, 101 level classes. When I say Physics - I mean
an introductory level course, not a in depth quantum mechnics class.
> God, you have some great ideas, man. I don't know how come up with this stuff
> but it's sure entertaining.
I have a gaggle of magical toads hopping around my back yard and they impart
wisdom to me. Sometimes I suck them up in my lawn mower.
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