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Comments on Profile Post by Sukhāvatī

  1. Blaine
    Blaine
    Aug 2, 2020
    Sukhāvatī and hoothoot brofisted this.
  2. Sukhāvatī
    Sukhāvatī
    Noice!
    Aug 2, 2020
  3. rusty_shackleford
    rusty_shackleford
    I have dozens of binders full of barely legible chicken scratch from my university days. Calligraphy is overrated.
    Aug 2, 2020
  4. Blaine
    Blaine
    Calligraphy is outdated, but then so is handwriting, which has already been almost entirely replaced by various digital methods of data entry. Calligraphy originated during a time when handwriting was important.

    Horses are no longer needed for personal or commercial transport, yet we keep them around for recreation.
    Aug 2, 2020
    Sukhāvatī brofisted this.
  5. Blaine
    Blaine
    Universities are certainly overrated, though, and overpriced, too. Ironically, they typically include a great deal of arguably useless shit in their curricula. Calligraphy at least offers psychological and recreational benefits, and as a plus, you don't get robbed to pay the salaries of welfare academics who can work only in academia because they studied useless subjects.
    Aug 2, 2020
    AArmanFV and Sukhāvatī brofisted this.

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