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  1. #11
    jim holm
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    Re: How to Investigate Robert N Stephanson

    Now we know who's hiding Robert.

    Shame on you changing the story linked to the page.

    You changeling, you.

    Jim



  2. #12
    Kathy Rippa
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    Re: How to Investigate Robert N Stephanson

    Um, perhaps this is mote point but college here isn't the same as college in the US.

  3. #13
    Hamish (WritersNet)
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    Re: How to Investigate Robert N Stephanson

    This forum is for the discussion of non-traditional ways into print. Please keep to the topic.

    Dinny

  4. #14
    Dave Kuzminski
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    Re: How to Investigate Robert N Stephanson

    I just read this thread. I'm astounded that not one person even emailed me to ask about Robert.

  5. #15
    jim holm
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    Re: How to Investigate Robert N Stephanson

    I emailed you this morning.

    Jim

  6. #16
    ellen reisling
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    Re: How to Investigate Robert N Stephanson

    Jim:
    You could email me at NYCArtstandWrtrs@aol.com in regard of the issue with the man in question.

    Ellen

  7. #17
    ellen reisling
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    Re: How to Investigate Robert N Stephanson

    Jim:

    I got your mail, thank you and sent you an answer.

    Ellen

  8. #18
    C S
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    Re: How to Investigate Robert N Stephanson

    A professor "may" be defined in some dictionaries as someone who teaches at a college, but everyone who teaches at a college, or even at a university for that matter, is not a professor. In Canada, colleges do not have degree granting status and many of the intructors are people who are recogized experts in their field, whether that's in graphic arts, hairdressing, drama or child care. None of these people would be required to have the credentials to be a professor to teach at a college level, and in many cases, not even at the university level. My drama teacher was a former actress and a well-known author taught an English course at my university. They were not professors.

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