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Re: Chicken and Egg Problem Learning Emacs

glad you liked the analogy-- 

>>>>> "Max" == Max G Swanson <maxswn@citilink.com> writes:

    Max> The analogy of the cane really hits home!  Thank
    Max> you for stating things so succintly.  --NRN--

    Max> --Mail to: maxswn@citilink.com Maxwell@eskimo.com.
    Max> KA0IZH.  "Education is the sleeping pill that will
    Max> make your dreams come true." --Peggy Hill.

Best Regards,

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