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17 August 2009

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Harmony Sveshnikova

I have to admit my dismay at your discontinuation of the Sam Khok diet. It was truly a source of inspiration to me as the results you achieved were quite remarkable and your innovative ideas worthy of emulation. However, I do understand that restrictive diets are exceedingly hard to follow when one travels as much as you do. Cockroaches may be ubiquitous, though rarely eaten, but succulent spit-roasted rats are not commonly available around the world.

Micah Woods

Thank you for the kind words. The "remarkable results" and "innovative ideas" you allude to were, if I may elaborate, akin to the first ray of light which illumines the gloom, and converts into a dazzling brilliancy that obscurity in which we had all been involved. I refer, of course, to the Sam Khok diet. And it is with no small regret that I reflect on it with only this thought: ne plus ultra.

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