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Re: [at-l] What If the Corporate World ran your thru-hike?
- Subject: Re: [at-l] What If the Corporate World ran your thru-hike?
- From: Nina Baxley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2000 13:17:38 -0800 (PST)
Hey, you fergot about me!
As a technical writer and bona fide "word engineer," I
must require that all regulations be submitted to me
for proper review and editing. Once I have edited the
rough draft, I will send an electronic copy to each
author for their second review. Then we can go back
and forth, citing line numbers as needed, and create
the next draft. Then, we can send a Draft Copy to the
Project Manager for his/hyr comments. Of course, we'll
end up having to write a new draft, since the PM won't
approve and will want us to start again from scratch.
NO ONE IS ALLOWED TO BEGIN HIKING UNTIL THESE
REGULATIONS ARE FINALIZED! ONCE WE HAVE ALL EM-DASHES
AND SEMI-COLONS IN PLACE, AND ALL HEADINGS ARE
UNIFORM, AND ALL SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT ERRORS HAVE
BEEN CORRECTED, *THEN* WE CAN THINK ABOUT TAKING
98 more days till this madness ends ... :)
--- Thomas McGinnis <email@example.com>
> This just in from Engineering!
> >>> Datto <firstname.lastname@example.org> 03/14/00 11:33AM >>>
> What if the Corporate World ran your thru-hike?
> Human Resources Department: "You left the policy
> manual at
> home...for God's sake why??"
> Accounting Department: "...and as you can see from
> the chart on
> Page 3 labeled 'Northbound', this is where the cost
> of Compeed
> intersected the line labeled 'Budget' at a place
> called Hawk
> Mountain Shelter. I think I can speak for the entire
> company when
> we call this completed thru-hike a resounding
> Engineering Department:
> "Upon intensive review, Engineering has found a
> persistent pattern of inefficient routing decisions
> in the path-breaking, clearing, and blazing (PBCB)
> of the designated National Scenic Trail. Foremost
> among these routing errors is the passage of the
> designated path over the top of even the most minor
> promontories, when to even the most unadjusted eye,
> the route could be made to pass from some Point A to
> an equally likely Point B with minimal net change in
> elevation. This pattern was found to be repeated 228
> times, segments measured mutually exclusive, meeting
> the PUDs criteria*...USDA 204 PUDS
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