When an editor asks me to copy a line from an article, I have no idea what the heck it is, so I have no idea what to do. I have no idea why this editor asked me to cut and paste this particular line in a document. I don’t know what I’m doing here. To get answers to this, I have to ask myself a bunch of questions.
I’m not sure what I want to have happen in this article. I’m not sure what my editor wants to have happen. I am not sure how anyone should be reading this article.
Well, one of the questions (one of the ones that doesn’t make it past one paragraph) is, why are you asking me to do this? You are the editor, you must know more than I do, and you must know the answer to that question. A good editor knows that they are writing something, and that the person reading the article is not reading it. When I’m writing an article, I am not really thinking about the person that will read it.
I want to ask the question: Why? I mean, it is a question that some people ask, and I like it, but it is one that I have never thought to ask. That is, why do some things and some things not? Now, I may never, ever, ever ask that question. But its just something that I wanted to ask.
I think it’s just because the question has been answered. No matter what the question is, the answer is always the same. Sometimes people ask questions, and the question is the answer. Other times they ask the question and they ask the answer. It’s just a question.
The question is not answered. The answer is not.
It is a question that is answered. It’s just a question.
So in this case, I think the question and the answer are the same. What it comes down to is whether or not there was a question to begin with. If so, then the answer is always the same: no.
Well, I guess if that’s the only answer to a question that’s not an answer. What’s important is that you consider the question from all sides. If you don’t consider the question from all sides, then the answer you come up with is always the same no.
The answer to the question is “no” because it is answered at the end of the sentence. So if you ask “do you have any questions about delete line in word”, the answer would be, “yes”. But the question itself is just a question, and so the answer would be no.