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Annamaria Profit wrote:
> This makes perfect sense. I learned it in grad school in
> "Deconstruction"! Everything after the fact is fiction!(amp) So all
> writers (who record histories of "facts") are fiction writers! ; )))
Well, twice, I've documented something based on my best guess of
how it would work, so I guess you could call me a fiction writer
(it's such a nicer word than "liar"). But, once, I guessed
correctly, and, the other time, the programmers consciously
followed my guesses, so I prefer "Prophet."
Bruce Byfield, Outlaw Communications
Contributing Editor, Maximum Linux
bbyfield -at- axionet -dot- com | Tel: 604.421.7189
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To argue in this kind of way;
And I am right,
And you are right,
And all is right - too-looral-lay!"
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