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"From Http://Members.Aol.Com/Lassailly/Tunuframe.Html" wrote:

> Dans un courrier dat=E9 du 12/05/99 14:13:00  , Nik Taylor a =E9crit :
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> << > And no less "non-utilitarian" either.  What "practical" use is the=
re for
>  > music or fiction-writing?
> Everybody enjoys music and reading. Only conlangers enjoy conlanging.
> Conlanging is a weird hobby. I never deny it.

Well, let's be honest here:  not everybody even enjoys music and reading.
There are plenty of people I've met, whether here in the US or online in
other parts of the world, who have no really strong interest in reading o=
r
music.  Reading is, I think, for a large number of people just a utilitar=
ian
skill, not something that should be wasted on such things as novels.  Mus=
ic?
That's right out.

There are lots of very shallow and closeminded people in the world.
We should all take care to nurture otherwise in them.


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