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Kamal Maheshwari

Steven Runge wrote:

> 1. Writing is already the poor cousin of English, which puts reading in the
> shantytowns of academe.
>
> 2. The last time I was taught anything under the rubric of Reading was, I
> think, in the 6th grade: Mrs. Rush, who was in the habit of saying, "That was
> rude, crude, and unsophisticated," whenever someone stepped out of line. Mrs.
> Rush, or one of her paradigm, probably sits barely below the threshhold of
> consciousness of people who get in the way of Reading programs.
>
> 3.  Writing results in a product. Reading does not.
>
> 4. (You said, "Go crazy.") A secret program by a secret government
> organization disguised as a major media network has insinuated its
> anti-reading message into every home, via a device disguised as a television.
>
> Steve Runge
> St. Lawrence U.
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