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I feel that everyone should have degrees like mine:
AA - Refrigeration and HVAC "The DeYank Institute"
BS - Binge drinking and unprotected sex, Chico State
MA - Advanced Pettiness, Arman Oomang's Technical Communicators
Institute of Battle Axe, MI.
My doctoral thesis is on "Communication and the Pro-active Synergies
of Leveraged Dynamic Paradigms - a Comparative Study of Interstitial
Inseparatism in Internet Retroreguratorialism." In this I careful
demonstrate how the Internet has changed the universe and allows
people to more effectively express their childish needs and desires.
I have also attended the following meaningful seminars:
Jack Tortallini's "Brain Blow '96 - How to Make Others Quiver in Fear
at your Immense Superiority."
Mike Nucklerammer's Communicative Seminar of Technical Communication
"Why does the font shrink."
The Ramrod Institute "Technology Seminar Series - How to Use a
Society of Internet Thinkers "The Exciting World of Perl."
The Secaucus Seminar Series "The Mysteries of the Briny Deep and Other
Ways to Spice-Up your On-Line Help Systems."
Franz Xavier's "Nasty things your boss is doing to you right now!"
Andrew Plato's Deep and Meaningful Seminar Series "Watch me Break
Personally, I believe a good background in refrigeration is the key to
a writer's ability to document complex things. I know many of you
aspiring writers need the guidance of a brilliant mind like mine.
:-) Smile, Scully and Mulder are at the door.
- Andrew Plato
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