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In a message dated 1/18/2002 6:00:19 PM Central Standard Time, Wade T. Smith
> Hi AaronLynch@aol.com -
> >The internet is so versatile that you can even have
> >multiple people jointly writing a single "self" while writing separate
> >"selves" under different names.
> "Why, how duplicitous," he smirked villainously.
A diabolical cross between multi-selfing and distributed selfing.
But wipe that villainous smirk off your face. I'm sending my observations
along to the committee that's working on the DSM-V !
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