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Subject:THANKS TO ALL! From:John Gilger <bjgilger -at- EMAIL -dot- MSN -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 25 Mar 1998 18:42:34 -0800
Thanks to the great response to my last pot shot at some sacred cows. I
really enjoyed your comments <g>. LOL.
I guess I'll go back to the lurk mode for a while until somebody drags
another pet dogma out for some pot shots.
BTW my mother is a retired English teacher. I have loved language, writing
and playing with words since I was knee high to a short snake. I am also a
nuclear engineer (mechanical) with a master's in environmental policy, NOT a
That brings up another interesting observation: Why is it that "engineer"
brings "programmer" to mind? I won't make any "inflammatory comments" on
this for now.