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In article <321347AB -dot- 13728473 -at- lgc -dot- com>, Stephen Victor <svictor -at- lgc -dot- com> wrote:
> > I'm forwarding this is a message for a friend:
> > In some documentation I'm doing (aimed at librarians), I referred to
> > the
> > octothorp (#). My boss loves the word, but never heard it
> Oh god, not the octothorp discussion again. I beg of you, search the
> archives for help on this (we do have archives, don't we?). While you're
> at it, look for the following:
> - midnight/noon: 12 AM or 12 PM?
> - passive voice: friend or foe?
> - certification: godsend for the profession or curse from the devil?
> Those are some of my favorite recurring topics. Have I left anything
Yes: Posts by people who persistently whine and whimper about what others
are posting to this newsgroup.
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