Re: peanut butter and jelly - revisited

Subject: Re: peanut butter and jelly - revisited
From: Jane Credland <jane_credland -at- epicdata -dot- com>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 10 Nov 1999 11:57:33 -0800

John David Hickey wrote:

<<Oh come on, Sean! Isn't it obvious? The whole peanut-butter/sport-coat
thing allows the interviewer to see if you can break an object down to
its functional parts and then explain how they all work together to
accomplish the desired goal. Technical Writing in a (pea)nutshell!>>

Actually, it's not obvious to me either. As someone who is allergic to
peanuts, every time I read about this topic, what comes to my mind is
that I could never in a million years stay in a room where someone was
doing this, so the whole presentation is lost on me.

<<As for the morons who've never seen a peanut butter sandwich before>>

Huh? So, you mean all those morons like me who grew up in Britain and
other places where there was no such thing as peanut butter?

Seems to me that the idea of making peanut butter sandwiches is a good
one given the right audience. Howevever, it's limited to those who like
and/or can eat peanut butter, and to audiences in countries where peanut
butter exists.

jane_credland -at- epicdata -dot- com

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