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>Personally, I'm not always an optimist. Look at
>our presidents, the products we buy, the movies
>we produce, the food we eat, the dominant OS...
>As a culture we're *driven* to achieve mediocrity.
My culture isn't and personal satisfaction DOES have everything to do
with it. I cannot control any of the things you itemized, so I don't
bang my head on the wall trying. I can only control my little piece of
the world and that by doing what I do how I do it, I sleep at night, I
walk the hallways with my head up, and I'm never ashamed to place my
name on anything for which I'm responsible.
Anything I produce may not be perfect, but it's always better than they
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