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I must agree with Kat here. The cruisin the WWW makes me shake my head
in the same way that I regard the Internal Revenues Tax instructions.
It seems to me people should at least have a experienced writer edit
their verbage to ensure they've communicated properly.
Kat said (stuff snipped)
> As I delve more deeply into the wealth of material available on the
> Internet, I'm becoming more and more irritated with sites like this one.
> They obscure their own messages by butchering a beautiful language. As I
> replied to several correspondents: