Wang 300 Calc --> 0/1 power labels
cisin at xenosoft.com
Tue Sep 11 17:04:57 CDT 2007
> Oh, FFS!
> Hint: the word "you" in colloquial English usage does not always refer
> directly to an individual or to the person being addressed.
> For example: "If you want to learn to fly a plane, you have to
> demonstrate good vision and a degree of numeracy". This would be a
> perfectly reasonable statement in a magazine or newspaper article,
> without any implication that every reader of that journal is an
> aspiring pilot.
When you use the "impersonal YOU", you run a risk of offending those who
take it personally.
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