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Re: original vs. good
Which is of course original. What a conundrum, eh?
"John Tidwell" <email@example.com> said:
> Not to mention those of us who would...
> draw a doggie,
> eat the crayon.
> --- "Stephen P. Goodman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > This is terribly assumptive of all people. I
> > believe that, if one gave
> > everyone in the world a red crayon and told them to
> > draw a house, perhaps
> > 25% (if that!) would produce a drawing at all, and
> > most of those would be
> > attempted duplicates of what was perceived to be
> > "the most popular" drawing
> > of a house. Remember back to when we were children,
> > folks.
> > Now, add the elements involved in having "grown up",
> > and what you'd get
> > would be political factions of various kinds, some
> > people would claim they
> > were oppressed because it was a red crayon and not
> > another color, some would
> > try to steal other peoples' crayons, others would
> > refuse to draw a house
> > altogether if they could draw at all.
> John Tidwell
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