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Subject:Re: Creativity or Humor From:"Wayne J. Douglass" <wayned -at- VERITY -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 27 Mar 1997 09:13:59 -0800
At 07:56 AM 3/27/97 +0530, Guru wrote:
>Once in a print job, I goofed up and left a page blank. This would have
>meant reprinting the entire set. I thought of saving the situation by
>marking the page "THIS PAGE UNINTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK!" The Chief
>Executive, an ex-IBMer, did not appreciate this and I re-did it. I learnt
>a valuable lesson -- one of the several I learnt from this wonderful CE.
When I was an editor, a writer in my group wanted to know if I read
*everything* by marking a page "THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLAND."
One of the writers in my current department has these slogans on his white
THIS BOARD INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK
THIS WRITER INTENTIONALLY LEFT BANK
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