Likes and dislikes about my primary occupation, court reporting

Since November 1974, my primary occupation has been as a court reporter utilizing a variety of Stenograph Corporation's stenotype machines starting with the then modern $300 manual machine and an IBM Selectric typewriter that cost $500. That, along with a business license, was all it took to break into the field,...
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Court Reporters: Please read this first

Did you ever return from a job and say to yourself, I ought to write a book, but it's just too overwhelming, and who's got the time? Here's a free place to chronicle those unusual days and odd occurrences in snippets before you forget about them. I've already written a couple,...
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Reporting School Discoveries

In reply to the question to write about one's greatest achievement in my life, I wrote the following: Since only one in ten students graduate from stenotype school, I would have to say that this has been my greatest achievement. The fall after graduating from Frank W. Cox High School in 1970, I...
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