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>And, uh, David, when it comes to guides to lovemaking -- are you saying the
>ones for smarties oughta have section numbers and footnotes?
>I'm not saying they shouldn't...
I think the examples are different. e.g. Smarties want to know how both
parties can read the same copy of the Kharma Sutra in the original while
practicing its more intricate positions. Dummies need an illustrated
step-by-step guide on how to reach these positions. On-Line Help with moving
pictures would be preferred.
I think the smarties will also need instructions on constructing a system of
mirrors to achieve the above and a section on the relative merits of
different types of spectacles when pleasurably engaged. Doubtless Master
Gates can advise us.
If the trumpet give an uncertain sound, who shall prepare himself to the
battle? -- I Corinthians xiv, 8
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