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I got this via e-mail from a friend, and thought you other literary
types might appreciate it:
>Was in Mississippi this week and bought a book in the airport. The page
>before page one of The Book of Guys by Garrison Keillor reads
> I M P O R T A N T
>Book reading is a solitary and sedentary pursuit, and those who do are
>cautioned that a book should be used as an integral part of a well-rounded
>life, including a daily regimen of rigorous physical exercise, rewarding
>personal relationships, and a sensible low-fat diet. A book should not be
>used as a substitute or an excuse. ( the last sentence was italicized )
. and the same thing might be said about e-mail and net-surfing, yes?
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