Go on, look behind the curtain.

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9 Responses to Go on, look behind the curtain.

  1. tushar says:

    unless it’s politics, in which case that relationship is flat out inverted – greater the understanding, greater the fear

    • says:

      mmm… and how about kids… they don’t know much and yet are capable of doing any thing: like heading to the ocean when first swimming lesson is planned on following week

  2. Brett says:

    I don’t know how many of you noticed, but if you hover your mouse over the index card, you will get a bonus observation/ insight/ bon mot from Jessica. Terrified that I might have been oblivious to these gems for the last couple of years that I have been following Indexed, I checked the archives and was relieved to discover that they started on or about Nov 28, 2011. While disappointed that it took me so long to notice, I’m even more impressed with Jessica’s brilliance. Bravo Jessica!

    • Stripe says:

      Thank you, Brett! I hadn’t noticed before, but now that you’ve pointed it out, it’s like knowing about the hidden track on a CD (a musical format used by primitive man).

  3. It’s funny how drastically that curve could be altered with simple face-to-face communication.

  4. Ginnie says:

    You continue to be brilliant! We would have world peace if you were in charge.

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