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From: Ward Donald Griffiths III <gram_at_cnct.com>
Date: Wed May 13 20:30:39 1998

Hotze wrote:
> >Well aside from the fact that we're _all_ students whether or not
> >we're matriculated somewhere -- Tim Hotze is around here someplace
> >and I'm pretty sure he's not officially in college yet.
> Far from it, unfortunaetly. BTW, just for other students, or ex-students on
> the list: Yesterday I had my science fair project: Linux Vs. Windows. Now,
> I had two or three problems: 1) Couldn't seem to "dumb it down" enough to
> get the judges to understand.
> 2) Presentation wasn't really "flashy", more like a scientific paper. 3)
> The paper was too "dumbed down" to actually say what I wanted it to say. I
> couldn't do what I wanted to so that it would make sense to the judges.

Get it on record and add it to your resume later. Judges of science
fairs unfortunately have not changed in several (many?) decades --
they couldn't pour piss out of a boot with the instructions on the
bottom of the heel. Admission judges at most of the better colleges
aren't quite that stupid.
Ward Griffiths
They say that politics makes strange bedfellows.
Of course, the main reason they cuddle up is to screw somebody else.
				Michael Flynn, _Rogue Star_
Received on Wed May 13 1998 - 20:30:39 BST

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