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Subject:Re: Adding to the nauseum From:Romay Jean Sitze <rositze -at- NMSU -dot- EDU> Date:Wed, 4 Jan 1995 17:55:26 -0700
Or 5 p.m. either.
> And I have a feeling that, for most of us, the rules would get
> rewritten very quickly to:
> Rule 1: Have it out the door to the printer by no later than 2:30
> Friday afternoon.
> Rule 2: Do what ever else you want to unless it interferes with
> Rule 1.
> Rule 3: Smile while you do it, unless it interferes with Rule 1.
> Rule 4: Don't even THINK about going home at 2:31 Friday afternoon.
> _______________ _____
> / ___ __/__\ \ / / _\ Steve Fouts
> /___ \| | ___\ | / __\ sfouts -at- ellison -dot- sc -dot- ti -dot- com
> / / \ | \ / \
> /_______/__|_______\_/________\ "But what else would you expect them to say
> to defend themselves? They are writers; they are professional liars."
> -- Harlan Ellison
RoMay Sitze A musician must make music, an artist must
rositze -at- nmsu -dot- edu paint, a poet must write, if he is to be
ultimately at peace with himself.