[ilds] the bullshit art of active reading

andy nampilot at cox.net
Sat Apr 21 14:12:44 PDT 2007




> Jamie:
>
> After reading the book, I started thinking about the words I had
> read. And I changed. I just checked the book, and it seems to be the
> same one I ripped to pieces.
>
> Bill
>

absolue proof.  books DO change. after you rip them to pieces.  but as in 
bookburning, doesnt that make them more powerful?




> At 04:12 PM 4/21/2007, you wrote:
>>Interesting, Bill.
>>
>> > I gave this book a dreadful review when it
>> > first appeared. Since then I have found the
>> > book more and more useful.
>>
>>So, did the book change or did you?  If the book was in control, sure it
>>must have altered itself within privacy between those closed covers...
>>
>>--Jamie
>>
>>
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