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From: William Ansley <wansley@warwick.net>
Subject: (whorl) Pretty impressive, Alex
Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2000 23:54:09 

Back on Mon, 18 Oct 1999, Alex David Groce 
<Alex_Groce@gs246.sp.cs.cmu.edu> wrote:


>vizcacha brings up the Moses analogy also, which suggests that Silk himself
>may not ever set foot on Blue.  Moses, of course, died before he reached the
>Promised Land, but came back later at the transfiguration in the Gospels.  Is
>Horn the means by which Silk is setting foot on Blue only after death?

I found the passage quoted above while I was looking through the 
archive for one of my own messages and was a bit startled. Is Alex a 
good guesser or what?

William Ansley

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