Recommended Required Rejected
And Other Randomness
Pretty simple words but interpretation can change the message. And not only can it, it does. And seemingly often.
Off on a different path but the same route: I still remember the signs at the entrance of some business establishments which stated: No Shirt. No Shoes. No Service. Ah, simpler times. But it seemed to be pretty straight-forward. And effective. Oh, well.
Still on that different path but just for a bit more: I have learned that sign-making is an essential business. That's good for the profession, I think. However, that hasn't stopped the creative spelling and grammar I have seen on some signs which appears to have been completed hastily. This combined with the use of crayons and unique font choices reassures me that there is room for professionals in the industry. I digress.
Recently, I was speaking with my sister(another interesting word choice in the 21st century). We were discussing requirements while out and about.
Although, she also also lives in California and not-that-far-away, she is in another jurisdiction. We were discussing various Rules. But first, it was Recommendations. Followed by Requirements. And then came, Rejections(involving the previously mentioned recommendations and requirements). There is no shortage of any of these.
The conversation continued. It seems to be a never-ending one. Not only was time exhausted, I think any continued effort attempting to resolve would be ridiculous.
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