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Topic: term "peak-prime" not peek prime
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From: Topeka, KS
Registered: 3/21/13
Re: term "peak-prime" not peek prime
Posted: Mar 21, 2013 7:42 PM
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> I was typing too fast and not looking up my words in
> the dictionary. I
> recall writing "peek-prime" referring to my
> evaluation of my
> scientific prowess at age 63. I meant to write
> "Peak-Prime".
> AP

Wow, seriously, 63? After reading your other post,
I thought you were 13, maybe 8. This is what you mean
by peak? My 13-yr-old is way ahead of you. I suggest
you give-up your day-dream of doing science and do
something in accord with your abilities. Maybe some
basic farming, or basic data entering, so you don't
waste your time.

Sincerely, J.Adreck.

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