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The apartment of the future
Wednesday, August 15, 2007   8:50 AM

I was looking at some client-side copy yesterday when I found this sentence. In comparison to the amateur writers I edit for my part-time job, this professional writer neatly illustrates how you can be exactly good enough to suck:

The apartment literally hovers over the water and the extensive views encapsulate all of Auckland Harbour's iconic landmarks.


Reminded me of:

I know! I probably would have submitted it if the doc in question wasn't still covered under our confidentiality agreement.

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