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Janoff, Steve [mailto:Steve -dot- Janoff -at- Teradata -dot- com]
> I'm reminded of those scenes we've all seen in countless movies and TV
> shows, with a bunch of people gathered in the situation room
> to watch a
> big screen with a bunch of triangles or other shapes representing
> planes, satellites, what have you, and they're focused on one in
> particular, which keeps fading in and out, and then it's gone -- "We
> lost it!" Then some sort of catastrophe ensues. But, never
> fails, the
> hero (heroes, heroine[s]) saves the day and everyone cheers in the end
> because the thing goes back online or the planet is saved or whatever.
> Try putting something like that in your documentation. It might not
> solve the problem but it will punch up the script. :)
> Good luck, Kevin (the ship is leaving, I've got to go help destroy the
> asteroid that's coming our way:).
I'd go with the chipping wedge, if I were you.
So, um, I really _am_ gonna pay (and pay) for that brownie post, aren't I?
Well then, tonight I'm makin' brownies, and I'm not sharin'.
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