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Kevin McLauchlanreplied Wanda Phillips's philosophical quote:
"I can make all the philosophical assertions I wish to make,
about the non-reality of "physical reality", but when I
attempt to walk through that brick wall over there, my
non-existent nose gives a very convincing approximation
of breaking, spurting non-existent blood down the non-
existent front of my non-existent shirt, and hurting like
a very existent sonovabitch! Furthermore, when that blood
stain dries, it's going to be amazingly hard to remove,
for something that isn't actually "there", and didn't
actually happen... or such has been my experience, as it happens. :-)"
To get out that blood stain, wet it with cold water, spray with Fantastik (the all-purpose cleaner), then soak with Vivid (the non-chlorine bleach), and launder as appropriate for the shirt's fabric and color. (This is OT, but useful.)
Margaret Cekis, Johns Creek GA
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