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Rob Spiegel
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Re: A big leap forward
Rob Spiegel   11/21/2013 12:32:17 PM
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My little brother, a philoophy professor of all things, believes the pun is the highest form of humor. I always thought irony was the highest form of humor and that the limerick and the pun were the lowest forms. So the pun is really a very bad turn on my part. I should know better..

Ann R. Thryft
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Re: A big leap forward
Ann R. Thryft   11/21/2013 12:14:34 PM
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I agree, Rob. And about the pun--I generally hate them, my husband (and our readers) generally love them. What can I say?

Rob Spiegel
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A big leap forward
Rob Spiegel   11/21/2013 7:32:54 AM
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This is impressive, Ann. And it looks like it's a big LEAP forward for composites (I know, the pun was too easy).

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