Quote of the Day

Books, like paintings and sculptures and three-minute pop songs, are cultural creations, not slices of soul sent out into the market place.

--Stephen over at SBTB

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  1. Hmmm.

    That's a pretty vast kind of generalization, right there.

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  2. Well, they could be *both*.

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  3. It's not as elegant out of context. It summed up a whole argument and I liked it.

    So there.

    Kate's Slice of Soul.

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  4. Well, Motown records are arguably slices of soul, but as Kate says, you need to see the sentence in context.

    Glad you liked it Kate.

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  5. . . . and you know the "so there" is silliness, yes?

    The world is full of bad feeling at the moment--I figure being clear is the way to go.

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  6. i like it...it's as deep as you need it to be....the 'so there" definitely strokes my inner child...

    do they still use that term...inner child...oh who care ...ya got the drift eh ?????

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  7. Noooooooooo! It's my soul, I tell you, my soul!

    So happens my soul is full of wingless birds and high power rifle-toting boars and giant romance-loving spiders and porno-loving dogs and . . . you get the idea.

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