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Discussion in 'Philosophy' started by Cos Mic, Nov 26, 2008.

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  1. yeah, as its been said in other terminology,

    the map is not the terrain.




    and as much as the terrain will always be there, we all still have to keep looking to draw the map a new. having mistakes on your map will likely have you crash into things, as would not using a map at all i imagine. but to the point raised earlier in the thread:
    not having experienced that for certain, i couldnt possibly make that claim. sure driving around with a map you know might get u in trouble might be exciting, but who knows what it'd be like with a perfect map.

    even with a perfect map, you still have to traverse the terrain.

    and thats the fun stuff right?

    :)

    ...once u have the legend.

    ;)
     
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