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Subject:Re: Typoz in Resumes From:Brian Martin <bmartin -at- NMO -dot- GTEGSC -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 24 Feb 1997 09:07:06 -0800
Thank you, thank you, thank you, Robert.
>A resume that toes its marks and says its line is a standout, even if it
>stutters once or twice. Eric would screen such a resume out, but such
>a resume is exactly what I'm looking for
Ise been tryna getta job fo a long long time. But I jis caint spell 2 good.
But seriously. Perfection is unattainable. I once sent out a resume with the
words "pig documents", not "big documents". Certainly my spell checker didn't
catch it. And my eye didn't catch the inverted tail. Oh, well.
I say, if you want a proof reader, hire one.
If you want a copy editor, hire one.
If you want a writer, hire one.