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Matter of housekeeping: Note new URL for Vox Stefani in blogroll

Do note that not only has Esteban Vázquez finally moved to WordPress and renounced BlogSpot and all of its works and all of its angels and all of its services and all of its pride, but he is also doing his best to give away a review copy of a book so that he doesn’t have to declare it as income on his tax return. Help him out if you get a chance.

(And by the way, I’m reasonably certain that Qumran were a community of people who all got lost trying to follow the same map that a Greek man had drawn for them when giving directions to his house from the train station.)

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