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On 25 Jan 2002, at 18:09, Wade T. Smith wrote:
> >It's still hard to recall from where ideas floating around in your head may
> >have had their specific origin.
> And is there any reason to know this?
It can indeed be important to know who said something, cause if
you don't like the person ('s image) than that can also influence the
way you think about what he said.
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