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I take the digest version of the list, sorry if I'm late on this topic
IMHO, I can read above college-level, but when I am searching for
information about software applications or trying to program my VCR, I want
it to be as simple and easy as possible. When I'm reading a newspaper, I
appreciate being able to scan articles quickly to find the facts. I'm not
insulted that the writing is 6th grade or 8th grade level. So are there
doctors, engineers, or other highly educated people out there who feel
> Rene' Seigh
> Principal Writer
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> Rene' Seigh Public Safety
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