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Posted at 14:19 on November 21st, 2020 | Quote | Edit | Delete
Deceased Gumby
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Ignorance is bliss. This is especially true for children whose unspoilt imagination lets them view many details about everyday life as the most miraculous wonders. Missing the bigger picture, not understanding why things are the way they are leads to viewing anything that is beyond their grasp to believe in magic. And what is the best thing about magic? The excitement, eagerly waiting for that surprising twist. Anything seems to be possible to them, because they simply have not seen everything yet. On the other hand being a grown up it is sometimes hard to recall those early days and feel that special kind of excitement again. That is until an unexpected surprise comes along and throws you off course into unfamiliar territory again. One of those might just be The Impossible Bottle.

The known is finite, the unknown infinite. - Thomas Henry Huxley
Posted at 07:51 on October 6th, 2020 | Quote | Edit | Delete
Reborn Gumby
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As an adult, it is really hard to re-immerse oneself into a child's mind and write such a character in a work of fiction. On the other hand, having a child write a child character isn't exactly a super realistic option, either. That is why it is so common to find so many insufferable kids who are really not kids, but "small adults" or "kids through the eyes of adults" in the movies, on TV etc.

Now you see the violence inherent in the system!
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