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No intention of starting a ridiculous thread at all.
Fact is, I get along quite well with the vast majority
of SMEs I work with.
I was just pointing out that sometimes a tech writer
has to deal with a difficult person, and those
instances are rare, and should not discourage a tech
writer from performing the excellent work they do.
FWIW, I thought it was funny and wanted to share it
with some other tech writers who might find it
BTW--Did I also mention that this same SME cancelled a
meeting with the tech writers so he could take the
afternoon off to be with his dogs, because he thought
they were "lonely?"
> I sincerely hope that you have not started another
> ridiculous thread about how impossible those darned
> SMEs are to work with.
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