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Tuesday, February 21, 2012


Always good to be busy, Doc. Sure beats takin' the big dirt nap. I liked being busy, mostly,when I had to 'work' for a living---at least I got paid, even though the job was virtually meaningless. Now, I write things: essays; books and other inscriptions that are meaningful to me (and a few others);---no pay, though. Not yet. It is hard to sell an idea or notion, without being in academia,---or having a good agent, whom one pays huge sums of money.

I guess my all-inclusive approach to change, which I have labelled(?) historionic effect, will take much longer than I have to achieve some sort of acceptance. They hated Galileo, too, right?
And Newton?

I see what you did there.

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