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Re: message from the Committee--LOL!


In a message dated 8/30/1999 3:50:55 PM Central Daylight Time, 
hawesj@gcnet.net writes:[Carolyn S. wrote==]

<< No amount of
 semantic quibbling or disingenuous protestation can change the blatancy
 of what you wrote >>

WOW! This reminds me of a line from a Moliere play**, spoofing persons who 
write in double talk, using fancy words, when put together in a sentence have 
absolutely no meaning.
If any of you are fans of Fowler, you will note that this sentence must have 
come from a person who got his thesaurus out and has no idea what he is 
saying. :>)

Clyde Crockett
** The incleminencies of the pluvious season have maculated the proxlities of 
my plumes.
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