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Visiting [art]by[odo] may have you thinking it's unfocussed. What is it about? Art? Audio? Photography? Music? Politics? Ego? Boredom? Is it a blog? Is it an online gallery?
What it's not is a one trick pony, or a Sing Johnny One Note, or a stuck record. It's about more than a single interest, idea or concept. On the surface it may seem scattered, but with time some obvious and some not so obvious connections are discoverable. Look closer and the parallels will pop.
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Category Archives: Thoughts
Upside-down Inside-out & Back-wards
Government arose out of social inequality and the need to remedy the disparities (maybe, perhaps it’s the reverse). Those in control of greater resources established government with the aim of balancing the distribution of wealth. (Probably not, but let’s start … Continue reading
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an open and closed case
scientism Skeptics are closed minded; Open-minds are credulous. The Burden Of Skepticism Carl Sagan What is skepticism? It’s nothing very esoteric. We encounter it every day. When we buy a used car, if we are the least bit wise we … Continue reading
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