Why I read old books

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Why I read old books

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And that is precisely why those who know history and have paid attention for all their lives are hurting so badly now -- because it's all happened before and could have been trivially avoided.
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crfriend wrote:
Tue Oct 19, 2021 9:58 pm
And that is precisely why those who know history and have paid attention for all their lives are hurting so badly now -- because it's all happened before and could have been trivially avoided.
"Stupid is as stupid does!"
A wise old saying that no one remembers. Nobody worries about what has happened so they forget it (or try to remove it from history/try to change it).
We reap what we sow, and we are sowing some bad SH!T as we speak.
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