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Subject:"What do you do, dearie?" From:Elizabeth Hanes Betsy Perry <ehp648c -at- CRUSHER -dot- DUKEPOWER -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 8 Sep 1994 08:35:59 -0400
Actually, I usually embrace people's worst nightmares. "Remember that
unreadable manual that came with your VCR/TV/IBM PC? Well, that was
written by somebody like me, although I hope mine are clearer." Then,
of course, they tell me that the guy from the cable company can't get
their picture-in-picture to work, but c'est la vie.