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I just finished reading Farenheit 451. I think its a marvoulous piece of work. I was wondering about the author Ray and his views on how parents, teachers, and or governments have censored his books.
 
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http://www.cabrillo.edu/~jhancock/coda.html


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Phil is only slightly less amazing than Ray.
 
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Phil is only slightly less amazing than Ray.
Speaking of Phl. He will be at UCRiverside, the first weekend in February, to lecture. Shall us locals meet him for dinner one evening? I propose Sunday night. If he can travel an ocean and a continent from the British Empire we should be able to drive to the Inland Empire. Smiler


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Aw shucks. I will indeed be at UC Riverside, for the Eaton Conference 2011. It's actually the SECOND weekend of February, so Sunday 13th would be the ideal time for meeting up.

Now, I must get round to writing that conference paper!


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Second weekend is even better. The weekend before I have an antiquarian book faire, a vintage watch show and an equestrian trade show on my plate. (whew)


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Phil, always remember if your trip allowed a detour south, you are always welcome in Sunrise, Florida, just west of Ft. Lauderdale. It would be great to visit with you.
 
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Thanks, biplane. Unfortunately, as ever, my itinerary is quite limited - a 3-day conference, with travel days either side.


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Taking this Riverside conversation to its own thread where it can more easily be found/followed - click HERE!

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