Three Perfect Sentences

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Three Perfect Sentences

Post  Nicholas Riha on Fri Dec 14, 2012 8:45 am

In the raging sea of ID, writers haphazardly toss their bait, lines of one-hundred are really sixty, content with simplicity, beaming over minnows caught, never venturing deeper. "The old Man and the Sea" shows that many writers are fine with simple ideas by comparing them to fishermen who are fine with catching many small fish instead of gambling with one big fish. Because of how profoundly deep this book is, I now look for complex meanings in simple things.

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