I didn't mean to imply that the list was yours and not
the books; in fact I thought that you had taken it from the
book. Of course this brings up an even more important and
general principle in life, covering all disciplines:
just because someone wrote it down
doesn't mean it's true. :-) It always pays to find out for
oneself, and when that option isn't available (there's only
so much time, after all), it pretty much always pays to find
the opinion of an expert on something rather than, say,
someone like me. :-)
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