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March 27, 2005

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well, I’m not a smart man, I admit, but I don’t see how what both of you are saying is really in direct opposition? we select a people group that most fits along with our own values in Kindergarden, for goodness’ses sakes. inside these distinct groups we find that their labels of success are defined inside those groups. a bunch of geeks would find someone of good looks but below average intelligence to be low is status, but the jocks would value athletic ability over the ability to code.

to that end, both would get a good looking car, one because it’s what everybody else in the office has, and the other to get the ladies in the back seat.

or am I totally missing both of ya’lls points? (remember, me kinna dumb)

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