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Topic: OT Speed reading was : +Small World! (7 msgs / 193 lines)
1) From: Brian Kamnetz
On 1/10/07, Tom Ulmer  wrote:
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Tom,
Your "speed reading" comment is intriguing; can you explain it a bit
further?
Thanks,
Brian

2) From: Tom Ulmer
Simply put - follies of my thought, a lack of self-control, and parodies
that play on in my mind.
I tend to process visual images in landscape mode and focus on details as
interest(s) arise. Skimming written words in this fashion can lend itself to
some interesting imagery. The content of the original post had my interests
bouncing to and fro and the impression left in my mind was a collection of
well caffeinated naked individuals and the minutes of a formal meeting. As I
came to this realization my thought careened to an old Cheech and Chong
skit.

3) From: Brian Kamnetz
Fascinating. I had no idea that speed reading techniques were anything at
all like that.
Brian
On 1/10/07, Tom Ulmer  wrote:
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4) From: Tom Ulmer
This is a new mutant strain...

5) From: Aaron
and it's  Evelyn Woodhead's  Sped reddin course  and yes I still have 
the album sized rolling paper that came with the record.... or was that 
their wedding album this was on... now im gonna have to dig those oldies 
out and check.
Aaron

6) From: Bob
It was Big Bambu that had the rolling paper in it, and it lists 
"TV" spots on the album label. Yet another project, converting 
all that vinyl to mp3's.
Bob - far out man

7) From: an iconoclast
On 1/10/07, Tom Ulmer  wrote:
I apologize if that offends, but that Evelyn Woodhead speed reading course I
took many years ago plays havoc with this content.
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Tom,
Couldn't stop laughing after I went to Dan's link and read your post.
Then had to explain why I was laughing to my husband!
Ann


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