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"When she presented this task to the class,
everyone initially took Stephen Victor's attitude: what the
fuck does this have to do with technical writing, and why
are you insulting my intelligence with this? (This attitude
is less forgivable for a student, but still surprising for..."
I found the language in your post offensive and did not read past the
I personally would appreciate it if you would refrain from using vulgar
language in your communications. We are writers and I think that more
creative words are available in our vocabularies.\
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