K. Berry TWG-TDS@SHSU.edu
Sat, 18 Nov 1995 13:39:08 -0500

    it's not too late to fix them.

It's not too late. 0.999 will go to the TUGboat folks on Tuesday.

        Usually addresses are written as:

True, but in this case I prefer to flaunt convention, because commas
make the line breaks ambiguous. Slashes seem clearer.

I'll put in the extra space before the zip code, though.

    This sounds ungrammatical to me.  I suggest instead:

Yes, I was getting tangled in my words. I've put in your text.