Thank you for the references. They made for some very interesting reading.
...because that would allow you to make an informed judgement of its quality ? :)
For some definition of "quality" anyway. I think the key word there is "informed." :-)
I don't think anything that could be said about the subject has not already been said, somewhere, sometime.
You are probably right but I think I might bring up a point or two in my reply to Ovid that aren't sufficiently covered in the nodes you listed. I'd be honored if you took the time to read it and offered your view but it's long and I'd understand if you've had enough of this debate.
"My two cents aren't worth a dime.";
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