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I would like to thank all those who have been supportive in the
misspelled "grammar" issue. I won't retreat as a total lurker and I
don't want to start a flame war about "us" vs. "them".
I thank everyone for their advice about being more careful when judging
other people's work.
And, I also appreciate the comments about the job description I posted
for a technical writer with more advanced\programming skills. It has
been helpful to see other writers' perspectives on the subject.