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We Are "evolved" To Be Good Dancers...and We Need Dancing

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on November 20, 2002 17:31:03 UTC

Our long legs, if not used, fail to assist the heart in circulation. We are like sea grasses
waving on the liilting motions of time. Persons
whose legs have quit on them still have the same
needs and in future I think our economic system
could provide various services and equipment. . .
Between us and that state of affairs is a lot of
inertia and passive resistance to any such advances...the inertia, like the answer, lies within.
When Frank Zappa sang, "I may be totally wrong but I'm a dancing fo-oo-oo-ool. I'm a dancing foo-oo-oo-oo-ool!" I knew he was discussing one
of the tragedies of his life....that his music
was too fast for dancing.

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