There are two kinds of content.

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  1. Mayson Lancaster says:

    And two kinds of people: those that can tell the difference, and those that can’t?

  2. Marie Kennedy says:

    Indeed, bulimic (sated) versus nutritious (satisfied) content. We are so afraid to create something that must be cared for/wanted that we are often stuck in the disposable world.

  3. This was great. Did you do a drawing around this, as well?

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