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Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2002 08:31:01 -0700
From: Michael Andre-Driussi 
Subject: (urth) Silk-23 apology

I apologize for bringing up the whole "Silk-23" thing.

I never intended it to take the place of the "submerged Silk, hidden in
plain sight" reading, which I readily admit is much stronger and the best

I'm not sure what I was thinking, but I do know that I did not want to
debate anything about LS/SS. I have not re-read LS/SS since the last
discussion; I am not now re-reading; I have no plans to re-read in the near
future.  I have not taken notes, I have no essays written, nor plans for
essays.  So I am not in a position, nor an inclination, to discuss.

So it was foolish of me to post such messages.  And I apologize for this
foolishness.  If it could be "stricken from the record" I would gladly do

A few weeks ago I located and read "Thou Spark of Blood," and I thought of
posting a message about that, but why?  Just to brag about reading it?  No
(at least I like to think that wouldn't be the case) -- just to share notes
about it.  But who cares?  It is hard to get, few are inclined to make an
attempt, and it probably isn't worth the effort to get it and read it.
LS/SS is where the action is, and I count myself out of that material.


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