Re: toilets - Re: Interviewing technical writers
Toilets work just like technical writers. Someone comes along and dumps a
load of crap on them, and then expects them to magically clean it all up and
make it presentable by the time the person dumping it has washed his hands
Nice. I got one... well it is only half different than yours and not as, er, good?
Technical writers are like mushrooms, kept in the dark and covered in manure.
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