RE: playing at suicide

From: Joachim Maier (
Date: Fri Jan 11 2002 - 14:30:51 GMT

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    I read the first few pages of the book, and bought it right away.
    Could you please say a bit more about that war that began.
    Who are the players on each side and what is the conflict all about
    I'm now on this list for a few months, but still feel very much as a newbie,
    If there is a war coming, I'd like to know whether I should run and hide,
    cheer for one or the other side, or get my big waterpistol out and join in
    the excitement :)

    > >
    > > Anyone who hasn't read Howard Bloom's THE LUCIFER PRINCIPLE, buy yourself
    > > a
    > > new year's gift. The meme wars have begun.
    > >

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