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Agreed, because you can see right through to the purpose -- distract, confuse,
and create envy. (What, you can't keep up with all these high-falutin' terms
coming at you? Better buy our product quick!)
From: GeneK [mailto:gene -at- genek -dot- com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 08, 2003 10:59 AM
Subject: RE: Hi-tech babble baffles many
Hell, even people who can understand the jargon are put
off by it when it's used unnecessarily. I have an engineering degree, but I
don't want to have to fall back
on it when I just want to send email or use my cellphone.
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