Ain't nothin' wrong with me gramma'

Subject: Ain't nothin' wrong with me gramma'
From: Chad Kaiwi Southern <csouther -at- TUBA -dot- AIX -dot- CALPOLY -dot- EDU>
Date: Tue, 8 Feb 1994 11:57:50 -0800

I sent a message to the tech writers list last week. I must apologize
for its incorrect context. Obviously and thankfully I am not an English
major. I felt much like a politician. People started attacking
individual pieces instead of looking at the main point. Interestingly
enough, I was repeated my point back to me as a moral of a story sent
by C. P. Campbell. The point was don't get caught up in the active vs.
passive dogma. Unfortunately, my grammatical error received all the
I wrote before that I am no where near as intelligent or experienced as
those who sent me responses. For this I am realizing the term, "out of
my league" which I always took as a dare in the past. My little
flirtation with the tech writers list now will end.
I can't communicate with those who speak a different language so I won't
continue to try. Good luck with active writing, and thanks for the

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