Saw this via my Facebook friend Poa Annua...
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The issue that Poa and friends of Poa were having with this story was... the story is a little patronizing... as in, "Who in their right mind would do this work?"
I can't stand being patronized. It's one of the very few things that can set me off.
I see where the author was trying to go with the story. He was trying to introduce the reader to a group he believes most are unfamiliar with. Hence the, "Ed Juba is not an assistant superintendent. He's a symphony orchestra conductor."
But, being familiar with the work, with the people who make it happen.... well, let me ask you: what do you think?
Condescending toward the industry? Or complimentary? Check out the story and then vote in the poll above!