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Subject:Re: Sense of Humor Testing From:Bobby Collins <bcollins -at- IPA -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 12 Dec 1996 10:27:34 -0600
>On Wednesday, December 11, 1996 2:07 PM, Mike
>Dean[SMTP:mikedean -at- INTNET -dot- NET] wrote:
>>> What If Dr. Seuss Did Technical Training Manuals?
>>> Mike Dean
>>> Tampa FL
>>> Live Now. Later it may be too late.
**and Stephen Arrants <arrants -at- BRIGHTWARE -dot- COM> relpied:**
>Gee. I guess I (and probably lots of others on the list) don't have a
>sense of humor.
>Say Mike -- have you read the posting guidelines, specifically this one?
> * If it is something cute, interesting, or funny that you found on
>the Internet (e.g. Dr. Seuss on Tech Writing, origin of spam), don't
>post it. I assure you that most readers have seen it already.
>When can we expect your postings on the latest email virus?
***and I say:**
Doesn't that just warm the cockles of your heart (yes, Virginia, there is a
it's that type of supportive interplay that makes techwriters such a greatly
loved group by others!
Shall we guess what Stev-o's temperament is??
(I enjoyed the Dr. Seuss piece, even more than the ad nauseum discussion
about there being too much ad nauseum discussion on the list. -HA-)
happy to be among you bunch of teddy bears,
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