You force me to defend my entry (#5, although, admittedly corny and only
submitted due to MIKKKKKKEEEEEE's challenge):
SAS Global Forum only happens
once a year but there is a proc
that always provides great tips
1. We weren't given a choice of t-shirt color (thus invalid criterion)
2. The committee's lawyers advised them that my graphics couldn't be
included (even though it was only the official SGF 2010 graphic)
3. No opportunity was provided to specify text size
Thus, change your vote to #5, and say your sorry. Okay, just change your
On Tue, 26 Jan 2010 16:13:42 -0500, Fehd, Ronald J. (CDC/CCHIS/NCPHI)
>> From: Arthur Tabachneck
>> Subject: Vote Now! SAS T-Shirt Contest
>> The page doesn't state the last day you can vote but,
>> as the winner is to
>> be announced on February 8th, 2010,
>> I'd say that February 8th would be too late.
>Who is kidding us?!
>1. Dare to think different -- think SAS.
><editorial mark-up:> change '.' to '!'
>I prefer IBM's motto: Thimk!
>base color: green
>note: all others are white.
>2. SAS Blueprint
>vertical scale: Desk, Chair, Bed
>horiz: Series, Regression, Loess
>visual: large blue square w/(graphic) squiggles
>3. fourteen lines of tiny type:
>datalines, (not cards)
>4. great graphic!
>of ... ah, thermal hand-print?
>5. six lines (only) of tiny type
>Q: How to have fun and make money?
>A: Learn SAS.
>Q: change 'and' to 'or'
>A: change '.' to '!' or even better: '?'
>7. proc love ... quit;
>no comment, given the alternative: 'stop!'
>conclusion: "I'll take the green one."