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>>btw, my study partner and I both got As in the class;
>>he became a CPA.
>And you're just a writer? So what's your excuse? <ducking and running> :-)
I haven't figured out the rules for writers, but the division between
engineers and accountants works like this: if you can put on a shirt
and tie and not look like you slept in it five minutes later, you
get to be an accountant. Otherwise, you have to be an engineer.
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