Constitutional Convention Of 2022

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  1. Ken Anderson

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    -- Threadsafe Publishing & Railway Maintenance Company

    I have not read this yet, but I have a feeling that it will not be great literature, but might be interesting nonetheless. It might be an interesting read, and it’s free on Kindle and in other formats, as well. I’ll probably read it during our trip to the timeshare in a week or so. It’s fiction, of course, but based on the author’s idea of what’s going on.
     
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    I'll wait for your review. :D
     
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    Based on the synopsis from the book you posted, it may very well be quite interesting!!
     
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    The author is Professor Emeritus at the University of Northern Ohio, where he teaches in the Computer Science Department. I came across the book because I am working on the Programming category at Aviva right now, and he is the author of a few books on various programming languages. This didn't seem like the sort of book that I'd expect from someone in academia.
     
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    Apropos of nothing, this reminded me that when I was young and stupid I attended a reception with my graduate-student boyfriend. He introduced me to the Professor Emeritus of the University of Houston School of Chemical Engineering. I thought his name was "Professor Emeritus." :D:D:D :oops:

    Carry on.
     
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