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While tracing the elusive Rabbi Reichorn, I've found much interesting
stuff.  Possibly, the first instance of: Who_threw_the_first_punch.

The  first paragraph of the first chapter says:

	About thirty-five hundred years ago, in the lands now called 	
                   the Near East, a smll band of nomads wandered with
	their flocks into Palestine.  After many adventures their
	descendents conquered the land and made it a seedbed
	of a new religion.  In the course of time their new world view
	and their sacred writings became a basic element in the
	thought of western man.  The long road they traveled to
	greatness begins in the ancient past, amid the civilizations
	that once flourished along the rivers Trigris and Euphrates. 

Great Ages & Ideas of the Jewish People, Edited by Leo W. Schwartz:
Random House, 1956.

From Wed Dec 25 14:30:40 PST 1996
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From: (Chris Carpenter)
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On 22 Dec 1996 01:06:50 GMT, (Yale F. Edeiken) wrote:
>	Sure.  Like it or not it is fairly easy to purify water.  You boil it.  About five 
>minutes does the trick.
Except when it has dead stuff in it.  Then its called soup.

Yale, still researching Chief Rabbi Reichorn.

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