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Topic: If people bother me I switch games John Conway.here is another I have
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Bob L Petersen

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If people bother me I switch games John Conway.here is another I have
Posted: Aug 9, 2011 8:58 AM
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John Conway

If people bother me I switch games John Conway. Here is another I have spent a lot of time at. The one was working will spent it's time in the corner till I can dream of it again. IE run in the back of m mind.

I have included someone old to the game around me. David Bell of Northwestrn. Here in Lincoln in 1973-1974.

David Bell

Who hAS A BETTER PLAN TO OUT DO WHAT Bob L. Petersen could do for everyone. Northwestern could beat Bob to as long as you hold him down. Hell the X-Files could beat you too.


Another connection arround you and Northwestern DAIVD LIND MY VOICE IN FRONT OF MOM & DAD AT 13?

Dad's dead they can lie tell the cowed come home.

Paul Lind.

You think your funny don't ya......

Bewitched Samatha cousin from fathers Side Pandora Spock.

BOB l. PETERSEN


I wish you would step up I will be walking my way accross Mathematical systems of understanding as I try to define what I could see. Your old books screem of trying to give the best expression of a subject.

I think I hve by the last Best Expressed What is needed. You have provided that at least. Some hate my use of words. I follow the flow. You must be able to hold it all.

Please listen to the insert. Ha Ha

Bob L. Petersen



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