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July 11, 2010

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Rick Hamrick

I have to admit, this is just the kind of heated, passionate debate which occurs with regularity in the art world which reminds me why I have never been interested in it.

While I acknowledge it is my limited perspective which leaves me here, it is incomprehensible to me that so much would be made about what seems so inconsequential.

At the same time, I don't belittle the folks in the middle of the conversation. They are fully entitled to devoting their energies to such as they do.

After all, I have been known to watch American Idol. I have no room to talk.

Brilliant analogy, John, using the Star Trek episode. I take the role of the crew of the Enterprise to the Cherons portrayed by Mondrian and Van Doesburgh.

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