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Subject:"How to Write Good" From:Kathy Fisher <KDFisher -at- AOL -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 24 Feb 1996 08:10:47 -0500
Hats off to David Castro for this very funny piece! Great to see a little
humor. Hey David, thought you might like this one too. Can't recall where I
got it so I apologize to the author/originator for copyright infringement.
Also, for all you guys who are still batting the "see" and "utilize" thing
?Utilize the empirical merit of negative obfuscative textualization a priori
of clarity maximalization and parity of style implemenation in the context of
the conciseness of comprehensive comprehension adjustment.?