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Subject:Re: Caution Rewrite From:Sarah Mahoney <smahoney -at- U -dot- WASHINGTON -dot- EDU> Date:Fri, 21 Jan 1994 15:59:27 -0800
> I'd probably follow the warning with two illustrations -- one showing
> the "right" way, one the "wrong way" -- with the "wrong" version having
> a circle-and-slash. This assumes that there's one obvious "wrong"
GOOD JOB KELLY! YOU'VE ALSO SIMULTANEOUSLY ADDRESSED THE ENGLISH VS
NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEBATE, FOR WHICH I HAVE BEEN RELUCTANT TO ENTER
COMMENTARY UP TO THIS POINT. (PICTURE SIGNS!)
SORRY, I JUST COULDN'T RESIST!!!!!!
-UNIV. OF WASHINGTON, SEATTLE