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but since you say q doesnt exist can you really be holding it????;-)
Well, the thing is, Jim, that now that I own a copy of Q, I would not want to lose it. It would be terribly careless if everyone who owned a copy of Q were to lose it, wouldn't it?
What I would really never want to see is your endorsement of the Critical Edition of Q in a blurb on the back cover... :-)
You are holding a figment of IQP's imagination. It's not real, or a text let alone a manuscript. I have three copies - don't ask how I ended up with three, but two are for sale.
Having taken at look at Jim's list I am most concerned about number 3 - I hope Chris has bought board shorts for the week away in Suffolk (aka Focus)
Know thine enemy.Phil
LOVE your enemy ;-)
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