Re: Edron, er, Edison in NY Times
- Subject: Re: Edron, er, Edison in NY Times
- From: Humes-Schulz <humes-schulz@ATTBI.COM>
- Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2002 12:01:18 -0800
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Juanita and Nancy:
I am reminded of a great line from a colleague some (many?) years ago. She
was applying for a professional position and was asked "Can you type?"
She replied, "No, but I can ice skate."
He said: "What's ice skating got to do with it?"
She said: "What's typing got to do with it?"
She got the job. :>)
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Behalf Of Juanita Doyon
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2002 10:32 AM
Subject: Re: Edron, er, Edison in NY Times
In a message dated 2/18/02 6:59:03 AM Pacific Standard Time,
Using a standardized test to measure how much a child has learned is
>evaluating a swimmer's performance by observing her washing her hands.
Well, I love it. Too bad it's too long for a button, but it's a great one
liner for presentations. I'll add it to the collection as a quote from
Nancy Patterson in Portland, MI, if that's okay with you.
Your site is great!
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