On April 10, James Milne once again made history by publishing his essay, Rabbit: An Essay, on the ZEP list and the alt.fan.pooh newsgroup, proving that discussions of Pooh on the internet are not limited to the superficial or merely 'fluffy'.
The essay was immediately met with a response from "Grandma" Helmick, who had some things of her own to contribute.
Almost simultaneously, Jan Martin jumped to Rabbit's defense by composing a contradiction titled Defending Rabbit. This well written essay upped the ante, so to speak, and made the entire list stop and think, "Whoa. This is all too much for a Bear of Very Little Brain. Am I on the right list?"
Naturally, at this point, James found it necessary to defend his position and offered a rebuttal to both Glenda and Jan. At this point we knew that we were witnessing historical list material.
Perhaps needless to say, Jan wasn't going to take that lying down, and had a few more words to offer, summing up the discussion succinctly. There were a few other responses and comments as well, but these have been the major expository contributions.