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September 23, 2013

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Josh Renaud

Phil, I just wanted to say that I greatly enjoyed the book. It was so thoroughly researched, and yet still so readable. I found it hard to put down.

Anyway, I'm glad you now have the "vexsome" badge of honor.

Phil Lapsley

Thanks, Josh!

D

"I note that there is something vexsomly and recursively delightful about filing a vexsome request for a list of vexsome requesters. :-)"

Heh! How very "oroborosian."

(Is that even a word?)

8^}

---Dr. Schaefer

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