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> From: Andrew Plato[SMTP:intrepid_es -at- yahoo -dot- com]
> Reply To: Andrew Plato
> Sent: Wednesday, June 07, 2000 09:29 PM
> To: TECHWR-L
> Subject: Control (loooong)
> I've been thinking about something somebody said in response to the Client
> Hell thread....
I must admit, Andrew seems to raises some valid points,
even this early in the morning....
I might even have done what he did.
(Oh, Lord, I MUST need a vacation...) 8^)
PMargaritis -at- alldata -dot- net
"Dammit, Jim, I'm a DOCTOR, not a tech writer!"
> What is more "acceptable" 1) to hinder a person from his/her job 2) to
> punish a
> person who disobeys for the greater good?
> What if Martin Luther King, Jr., Ghandi, Mikhail Gorbachv, or that dude in
> Tienamen Square had stayed in their house and said "well, the rules don't
> me to make a difference. I think I'll stay here and pro-actively leverage
P.S. King, "that dude" (I think), and both Indira and Mahatma Gandhi were
for stepping over the line. Hey, Andrew, I dunno about YOU, but I don't
writing is worth dying for. I'll find something else to do, first! <g>