Typo alert, below.
"KP-PC" <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net%remove%> wrote in message
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| "r norman" <rsnorman_ at _comcast.net> wrote in message
| news:1cvqbvs71f67g340vnou33nkve1mv6nv6b at 4ax.com...| | [...]
| | Also, the way the game works is that you have
| | to learn to be a player before you can participate.
|| Sad, but only 'true' be-cause the way in which groupwise TD
| E/I-minimization dynamics Dictate such arbitrary 'moving away from'
| Truth has not been generally-comprehended.
|| My favorite insight with respect to such is Lincoln's advice to
| folks with respect to becoming a Lawyer [it's the opening test of
| AoK, Ap7].
It's =not= a "test". It's the "opening text" of Ap7.
Sorry, I was 'distracted all day yesterday, which I'll explain in a
correction to other posts I made in this thread.
I'll leave Lincoln's words. They bear repeating [and repeating, and
K. P. Collins
| "If you are resolutely determined to make a lawyer of yourself, the
| thing is more than half done already. It is but a small matter
| whether you read and study with anybody or not. I did not read with
| anyone. Get the books and read and study them in their principle
| features; and that is the main thing. It is of no consequence to be
| in a large town while you are reading. I read at New Salem, which
| never had more than three hundred people living in it. The books,
| your capacity for understanding them, are just the same in all
| places. Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is
| more important than any one thing."