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Daniel Shugrue wrote:
> I am struck by the fact that Peter's "signature" seems
> a direct refutation of his thoughts on writing advice.
> > I was going to stay out of this thread but, I
> > thought I would relay
> > something pertinent that just happened to me.
> > I attempted to assist someone in another group.
> > During our conversation,
> > a major problem I am having surfaced. This person I
> > was trying to help,
> > found a simple solution to this problem that would
> > have taken me a few
> > days to solve.
> > Moral of the story, when you cast bread on the
> > waters, you don't always
> > get soggy bread.
Read my signature closely for meaning, my friend.
There are few situations in life that cannot be resolved
promptly, and to the satisfaction of all concerned,
by either suicide, a bag of gold,
or thrusting a despised antagonist over a precipice on a dark night.
Ernest Bramah (Kai Lung stories)
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