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Monday, March 28, 2005

Comic Book Guy 

Finally, after all these years I have been published by The Economist. Never missing an opportunity to demonstrate my majestic command of academic philosophy, I was able to point out an earlier occurrence of the idea of robots than the Economist's editors had been previously aware. [See "Letters", page 17, of the March 26th issue].

I would like to thank the CU philosophy department. Without having had to read the meditations of Descartes more than 3 times (the number of times I have actually read it), I may not have had this masterful command of Descartes's skeptical doubts that I am blessed with today.

-paul  11:47 EST | |

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This weblog is an ongoing, if periodic, effort by several friends to stay in touch, in reading material, and in ideas.

Lucky Luciano is a former Italian Stallion real estate hustler and Benedict Arnold CEO turned shady lawyer-to-be. He lives in Denver.

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