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on Mar 4th 2002, 23:57:55, Jean-Claude Choul wrote the following about


No one should be caught without his anagram tool; when this happens, you can always make it up, by reading somebody's writing and dissecting it. All it takes is a sharp mind and an analytical eye. Even if one of these items is missing, you can resort to dyslexia. Making a »tool« a »fool«. And imagine how boring can be Plain Text. In fact, even borrowed anagrammatic tools can be useful, as veil-->evil, and reading the paper become a new experience. Sense-shifting and homophonic substitutions can work as well. Of course, these are destructive methods and serious thinking takes quite a blow, as well as authority figures.

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