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Says Knifley made proud by definition of pinhooker

Comments re response in article 43921 Reader asks: What is a pinhooker? question from Maury LewisCOF writes:
Congrads. Now thar' an answer thet woulda made enny Kniflian proud. I know the early Chelfs et al ar abeamin' - COF
Thank you, COF, for your very astute observation. Your own remark, I think, makes history. A comment on a comment on a comment. It's almost like mankind's greatest intellectual endeavor: Shakespearean criticism. I had to give it up when I discovered that there was Criticism of the criticism of the criticism of the criticism of the criticism of the criticism of an original work of the William Shakespeare. If the writings at CM can get comments to the tenth power, reckon there will be doctorates on CM at local colleges? Something to aim for. - EW

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