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Joan Eisenstodt

The power of "no" can be used in so many ways. This is magnificent. Why tho' do people continue to be afraid to speak out about genocide around the world? racism? other bad "isms"? Do we learn nothing?

John Ptak

Thanks for your comment, Joan. I think that we've learned plenty and have added all sorts of stuff to the heap of history, but that doesn't necessarily mean anything so far as the "doing" of things are concerned, otherwise children wouldn't be starving (etc.). "No" is still a pretty potent weapon.

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