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Re: TECHNICAL JARGON


Marekmohr@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 98-06-16 12:59:51 EDT, you write:
>
> << Nothing turns off  the enthusiasm of the novice quicker than
> technical
>  jargon they can not comprehend. All too often we become elitist in
> our
>  attitude toward others. To our own detriment. >>
>
> SO IF I UNDERSTAND YOU POSITION....YOU WOULD RATHER WALLOW IN YOUR OWN
> LACK OF
> KNOWLEDGE, THAN GLEAN ONE IOTA OF INFORMATION FROM SOMEONE WHO KNOWS
> MORE
> ABOUT A PARTICULAR SUBJECT.....
>
>

Sorry Ken;
I'm afraid you misunderstood my meaning completely.

Carrie Hampton

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