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Re: What is the average number of errors per 100 pages of a math book?
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Dec 12, 2012 11:29 AM


Tonicopm@yahoo.com writes:
> Perhaps, yet it doesn't sound so easy for a troll, _any_ troll ( even > that loser trying to pass as Arturo several years now ) to be a member > of the AMS, whereas the true Arturo Magidín is (or was) a wellknown > and respected member of at least two very wellknown universities in > the USA, one of them being Cal.'s Berkeley, if my memory serves me > well.
I'm sure there are members of the AMS that like to indulge in a bit of trolling now and then. It's a relatively large society, after all. (One hopes their trolls are more sophisticated than just ineptly impersonating Arturo, to be sure.) But one needn't be a member of the AMS to put a AMS email address in the From: line.
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