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    A pretty good site

    http://evans-experientialism.freeweb...y_contents.htm

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    Bah! Another site to waste more of my precious time in. Thanks (I think).

    I must get that title of a book about a gossiping Roman that I had to give back before I'd finished reading.

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    Stop finding procrastination material or I'll have to hurt you.

    (What's with the half a page of "Vacant Slot for Future Article" links, though... sneaky way to pad the content, there...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by QueenGwenevere View Post
    Stop finding procrastination material or I'll have to hurt you.

    (What's with the half a page of "Vacant Slot for Future Article" links, though... sneaky way to pad the content, there...)
    Research is my curse, and a gift.
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