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>>OK, I'm a little short on imagination (I'm a tech writer after all)
>Hey! Let's not typecast ourselves, here. *You* may be short on
>imagination, but I'm overflowing with it.
>Some of us are more right-brain; some are more left-brain.
>We each bring our own diverse talents, skill-sets, personalities,
>tendencies, and strengths to this career.
>I don't think of tech writers with the stereotype
>that popular culture has given, say, to an accountant-type person.
That was intended as a joke. So I won't suggest that either some tech
writers (like me) have an off the wall sense of humor or that some tech
writers (like you) could use a bit of the same. However, some of your
suggestions were outstanding. They have opened my mind in new and
wonderous ways. Thank you very much :)