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i'm not spending $17 when all i want to see is 1 or 2 cards

 

Go to last year's college wiki and cut Trinity GM's cites for the allegory of the Squirrel. The Holcomb article about the tragic vs. comic frame is REALLY good.  

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I have the file lol I got it as a present. What cards do you want?

 

I'm not sure that giving away cards from a file that is for sale is exactly ethical....

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Yeah. Open source knowledge good. Hoarding bad. 

 

And given Murray's particularly aggressive opinion on this issue, I think he would naturally be very inclined to share. If I recall choice words, "Make no mistake about it, we WILL find your information, and we WILL make sure you lose something for not disclosing"

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Yeah. Open source knowledge good. Hoarding bad. 

 

And given Murray's particularly aggressive opinion on this issue, I think he would naturally be very inclined to share. If I recall choice words, "Make no mistake about it, we WILL find your information, and we WILL make sure you lose something for not disclosing"

 

It's already open sourced. He has the cites to the main thesis article on his wiki from last year. Anyone could go cut it. 

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It's already open sourced. He has the cites to the main thesis article on his wiki from last year. AnyoNE could go cut it.

 

Nitpicking here, but there is a distinct difference between open source and posting cites. Posting the complete cards is what open source is.
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