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May 08, 2004

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Jeff Findel

"Prof. Yin will be excited or at least interested in reading what I've spent so much time on, I now know that my work--maybe being part of the pile on his desk growing ever-smaller--is glimpsed with excitement only insofar as it represents the "light" to a happier time when he will have finished the chore of reading my paper."

Mr. Yin wants to finish with boring law papers so that he will have more time to read my comments... See, he's reading this right now! ;)

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