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Subject:Re: leave it in the locker room From:Oona Sullivan <oona -at- ABC -dot- GOV -dot- AU> Date:Mon, 3 Jul 1995 10:32:47 +1000
On Thu, 29 Jun 1995 09:23:04 CDT, Stephen P. Victor wrote:
> Yikes! Matt, I've been avoiding this minefield of a discussion like the
> plague, but I have to comment on this. It seems to me that with this
> statement, you've crossed the line between disagreement and outright
> provocation. If I were you, I'd be running for cover.
I thought that technical writers would avoid cliches like the plague...