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>OK, my bad. I was referring to the specific situation that was brought up in
>the original posting. I should have said that. In this case, it sounds like
>the editor added words that did not belong there. I argue that it is the
>editor's responsibility to make sure whatever edits are made *do not*
>meaning of the article. Otherwise, it is sloppy editing.
No argument there. Thank you for the clarification.
Brian Baresch, baresch -at- cjnetworks -dot- com
High-caliber editing: Brian's the one!