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<Smile> Enjoy, Scott. The discussion is tempting me to go back and read
them, those old dusty paperback gems...
I do share your concern about shelf-space!
> OK. After all the recent babbling about Asimov, Hari Seldon,
> and the Foundation series, I went and bought _Prelude to Foundation_ and
> _Foundation_. I hope you're all happy. Now I've gotta find more bookshelf
> space somewhere.
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