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November 13, 2006


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Gavin Heaton

BSP is a fascinating subject ... especially the BS part ;). Actually, it is surprising when it happens ... and kind of nice.

Many who write do so in isolation ... so it is pleasant to know that there are others out there experiencing a little of what you do.


Good point about the BS part — heh, heh. But isn't it funny how sometimes this stuff does happen?

This sounds like it's along the old lines of thinking about someone, the phone rings, and it's the person you were just thinking about!

I hear that certain theories of quantum physics explain this sort of phenomenon pretty well.

Now I'm thinking of writing a post about writers experiencing the "psychic"/coincidental in the blogosphere.

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