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I've got someone who will count pomegrante seeds with me, and someone who will turn the stage lights on for me. I've got someone to trade vespers with and another to share spices with. I've got people who watch how my dice fall. I've got someone who will always ask me to dance. I've got someone who wants to take my picture.

I know mathemancers and dream-pushers, wordsmiths and book-eaters, jesters and spinners and dancers-in-the-air.

So why do I let someone I've never met make me feel inferior?

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I don't have to be a good, benefit-of-the-doubt person all the time, do I?

oh man. god no. i bet their farts smell like rancid cheese, and they pick their noses in pictures, and they believe in their heart that the weather being cold in winter means global warming is fake.

not-met people are MADE for thinking poorly of. you are emotionally and socially apt enough that if for some reason such person becomes known, you can give any benefit of the doubt you need.

i.e. they drool, you rule.

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