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>Here is a Friday afternoon puzzler. Here are some of my early network
>user lists. See if you can figure out the themes.
I have to say that I am bewitched, bothered and bewildered (or for
Pogo aficionados "Bemildred") at the numbers of people who took
obvious delight in showing me that I'm not as obscure as I think I am.
Once again I find this list ample proof of intelligent ... and for
that matter witty, opinionated, egotistic, trivial, etc. ... life in
the universe, or am I just introspecting?
As Ambrose Bierce defines it:
ADMIRATION, n. Our polite recognition of another's resemblance to
You guys (non-gendered interpretation please) are good.
Be that way!
David W Lettvin
South Hamilton, MA
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