"As long as man remains an inquiring animal,
there can never be a complete
unanimity in our fundamental beliefs.
The more diverse our paths,
the greater is likely to be
the divergence of beliefs."
by:
Sir Arthur Keith
(1866-1927)
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Yes.
 -- John-Douglas, Nassau     
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    ummm, can I give a "da" to the observation ;-)  (-; here, if A is true, B is true also '-)
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    Yet this constant press for 'diversity' appears to be in fact the imposition of 'uniformity' with huge swaths of dialogue categorized as 'hate speech' and therefore prohibited  the 'rainbow' is getting painted over, certain colors are not welcome.  It's not a rainbow anymore, it is a shackle plated with fool's gold.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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