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Re: LOOPERS and VISUAL ARTISTS
Sorry to hear about the Asperger's, Ted... it has affected a special young person rather close to me, but she's doing a good job growing up and being a happy kid in spite of it.
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Sent: 12/8/2004 8:01:55 PM
Subject: Re: LOOPERS and VISUAL ARTISTS
What I meant with the comment originally was nothing more than
that we seem to live in a hyper-stimulating media environment
and among hyper-stimulated media hungry consummers/addicts
on whom simpler, subtler artistic pleasures are now largely lost.
No news there.
Fortunately none of my kids is AD(H)D -- if that's the correct
designation, thank God. I do have a son with genuinely diagnosed
Asperger's Syndrome . . . but that's another story altogether.
I was trying to make a social comment/observation . . . not a
tEd ® kiLLiAn
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In the mid-18th century, the Maillardet brothers created an
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musician android, which offered 12 tunes it could play
to quite pleasing effect.