RE: Are you a writer?

Subject: RE: Are you a writer?
From: MichaelHuggins -at- aol -dot- com
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2002 16:27:05 EST

Andrew wrote:

>1. Do you own the documents you write? In other words, are you 100%
responsible for their production?

It is important to call things, and people, what they are. This morning's post, however, reminds me of nothing so much as the time that I proposed, at age 8, to write to the President of the United States and demand that the word "day" be relieved of its ambiguous meaning as both the 24-hour period (including darkness) and the hours of sunshine. Fortunately, my father persuaded me that the President had more pressing issues.

Like most of the posts that I have read by Andrew, this one tended more to the aggrandizement of its author than to effect any substantial addition to knowledge.

Rose writes:

>I need to "bloom where I am planted", work
within the constraints given, and give the best quality I can.

In my opinion, a very wise and sensible approach. Thank you.

Michael Huggins

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