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Vancouver Unconventional Books Message Board › Thanks Jason

Thanks Jason

Regi M.
Vancouver, BC
Post #: 8
I really appreciate your research. Thank you. These ideas provide great opportunities for rhetorical argument.
I could not reach you any other way than this-you must have everything blocked (?)
A former member
Post #: 18
You're welcome, Regi. I didn't really do any research - just copied and pasted some information from the most obvious online source. When you were talking at the last meeting, I remembered the "Ship of Theseus" paradox from a philosophy course that I took years and years ago at SFU - in fact, it was the only worthwhile thing I got out of that class!
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