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Orrex Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue May-12-09 09:49 PM
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48. It really was great!
In addition to being a fascinating study of PKD, it also gave me a new perspective on the careful reading of a work, which has benefited me hugely. And that's one of the few courses from which I kept all of my textbooks!

I'm still in occasional contact with that prof, and we exchange a few emails whenever one of us stumbles upon a cook PKD-esque factoid or the like.

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