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At 08:54 AM 09/02/02 -0900, "Philip Jonkers" <email@example.com>
> > The whole article is 30k and I my thinking has moved on from some of the
> > things I said in that article. Still, if there is no objection I may post
> > it in 3-4 pieces.
>No objection from my side. But perhaps you can modify it a little so that is
>more compatible with your current views.
I don't like to mess with something that old, but I could interline
comments where my thinking has evolved.
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