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September 07, 2010

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Jeff Donlan

Can something be called missing if it's not needed?

John F. Ptak

Jeff--yes. Especially if it suits the purposes of my category. Seriously though, I see your point, but sure, things can be not needed and missing--I think today we actually have collection places of the missing unneeded thing: television and stores.

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