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February 27, 2009

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Joy

The breadth of your erudition is astounding!

John Ptak

Thank you, Joy!
I'm making it all up!
Actually, it would be harder to make it all up, sorta, than to just report on it. On the other hand if it was all made up you couldn't get anything wrong, which would be a relief.

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