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August 15, 2006


Jack Yan

Exactly, John: it is a matter of perspective. One can take a positive view of this and say that it furthers a brand, and that imitation—or editing—is a sincere form of flattery. Or one can panic and try to seize control through legal means, alienating not just the co-creators, but a cynical public tired of bullying antics.


Jack -

It all comes down to self-confidence, doesn't it?


dh762b Kudos to you! I hadn't thought of that!


Connie~I don't know if you remember me but I have painetd with you and Joy several times through the years. It has been a few years since I was out at the studio. However I would love to come and paint again! I know now until April is your busy time however, please let me know when there is any time you have a chance to paint or just visit. I think I even have a unfinished painting there.LOL it has been a long time so if it is not there anymore I understand. Can't wait to hear from you!Shala Ross


Posted on How can anyone feel safe in Mumbai uslnes such savage murderers are hanged? Only after that happens will disgusting creeps who paw women offensively on our roads or like those youth who badmouthed your wife be afraid and millions of ordinary Mumbaikars, both men and women, who work hard and (most important for politicians PAY TAX, feel a semblance of faith revive in their city again.

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