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Subject:Re: Re: Grad school (PhDs) From:Brad Mehlenbacher <brad_m -at- UNITY -dot- NCSU -dot- EDU> Date:Thu, 28 Oct 1993 22:42:45 -0400
Ack! I've committed the unmentionable-->FLAMIN' in public. My sincere
apologies to all who had to suffer my reaction to an 80 hour, 4 day week
that my PhD committee promised me would add up to approximately 20 hours....
Or, perhaps I'm readin' too many _Women, Democracy, & Technology_ books....
Humiliatedly yours, Brad.
> Um, Brad, I think Alun meant that desperate is spelled wrong...
> Bonni Graham | documentation, n. What passes
> Technical Writer | for humor in the computer in-
> Easel Corporation, ENFIN Technology Lab | dustry. A transcript of Sat-
> Bonni_Graham_at_Enfin-SD -at- relay -dot- proteon -dot- com | urday Night Live as hosted
> President, San Diego STC | by Torquemada --Ezra Shapiro
> <see brad's message for text>
> > Michael Gos (but not Thoreau, who was not so politically correct) writes: >
> > "Most (wo)men lead lives of quiet desparation" (sic) >
> > ... whereas, the rest of us learned to spell and moved on to join > the real
> > ALUN W...