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When i was going to give a talk on this subject i did the sensible thing of telling the spirits that I was going to talk about this and would they be so kindas to provide irrefutable proof of their ability to not only hear me but also interact with our universe in time for my talk.
So we journeyed to Palo Alto and watched the movie—there were hundreds of people in the theatre, and this theatre is not one of the cineplex super-AC kindas of theatres.
Its applicability is of a general kindas much for Yeats and Pound as for Keats and Byron, for Shakespeare or Dante, for Ovid, Lucretius, the Bible.
Now then atomou, what have you got against the kids at the prep schools and kindas?