Re: T.W.A. - Those Wonderful Acronyms

Subject: Re: T.W.A. - Those Wonderful Acronyms
From: rebecca_hopkins -at- comcast -dot- net (Rebecca Hopkins)
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 02 Jan 2006 03:38:02 +0000


As I have advocated for a number of years - I guess _YOU_ haven't been paying attention - the only cure to this disease (and its cousin, the TLA - the dreaded Three Letter Acronym):


Tropical storm Zeta - no relation to Catherine Zeta Jones - is tracking us down! (Those of us who are all at sea [or three sheets to the wind] "or something to that effect"!)

Its message is that the USA is desperately in need of more letters! Ignore this at your glossary's peril!

Yours (imagining herself flying down to Rio on TWA {Trans World Airlines}),

P.S. :-) :-< ;-> :-) Ahhhh! Happy New Year!

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