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In a world where there are no eyes the sun would not be light, and in a world where there were no soft skins rocks would not be hard, nor in a world where there were no muscles would they be heavy. Existence is relationship and you're smack in the middle of it.

- Alan Watts

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I'll do it myself, thanks.

 

My dad's 80th birthday was earlier this month, and a number of us were asked to provide a memory. I couldn't come up with just one.So I hand wrote a 2 page letter and hit on several. It was worth the extra work.

Brad

"Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind" - Rudyard Kipling
"None of us can have as many virtues as the fountain-pen, or half its cussedness; but we can try." - Mark Twain

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Betweenthelines

Great movie! Thanks for reminding me to see it again.

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proton007

Great movie! Thanks for reminding me to see it again.

 

Finally someone caught the reference!

 

I found it profoundly moving, and it forced me to re-evaluate my relationship with technology. I've only watched it once, but I'll have to watch it again sometime.

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In a world where there are no eyes the sun would not be light, and in a world where there were no soft skins rocks would not be hard, nor in a world where there were no muscles would they be heavy. Existence is relationship and you're smack in the middle of it.

- Alan Watts

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Betweenthelines

 

Finally someone caught the reference!

 

I found it profoundly moving, and it forced me to re-evaluate my relationship with technology. I've only watched it once, but I'll have to watch it again sometime.

Same. I saw it in the theaters. Definitely did not expect to be so profoundly affected by it. I was impressed at how deep they took it (a huge testament to the acting, especially Scarlett Johansen) and how far reaching the philosophical questions they posed proved to be. I think everyone should see it, especially in this day and age.

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pinkbulldog

OK, you all have convinced me. I have resisted seeing it, but today I cry "uncle".

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