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And we didn't get to see Andy's computer (just a piece of his screen). I wonder if he uses Word or Frame. :)
--- "tom -dot- green -at- iwon -dot- com" <tom -dot- green -at- iwon -dot- com> wrote:
>I liked it as well but found two things a bit unreal. One, as you stated,
they all wore suits and ties. Maybe it was because he worked for the "Fifth
largest company in the world" but the only time I had to wear a tie was
when I sold cars between writing gigs.
>Second, the Illustrator assigned to him sat at a drafting table. Do your
illustrators draft their designs on a table with a pencil where you work?
Don't they use ProE or AutoCAD? Other than that, I thought it was funny.
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