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Saying "no" is one of the things that puts the senior in senior
technical writer. If someone wants to fire me for correcting their bad
English, they're welcome to try.
On Sun, Apr 1, 2018 at 1:13 PM, Ken Poshedly <poshedly -at- bellsouth -dot- net> wrote:
> The whole problem is that the original poster is dealing a close-minded, self-appointed âexpertâ who manages by intimidation, always gets what he demands and is not respected and is probably laughed at behind his back. ALL of us have at one time or another suffered through this. No amount of proof from reputable sources is going to change his mind (unless I missed a message in this thread). Just hold your nose and finish the âgarbage jobâ and decided how much longer you want to stay there. Happy Easter, everybody.
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