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Unread 01-19-2013, 06:17 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by EgnirysFaye View Post
Can't really treat series/cosplays as fads or have expiration deadlines and title them as dated. Nor can you just throw them away after they "Had their moment" - obviously a good quality form of entertainment sticks with people meaningfully which leads to a reason to preserve them, otherwise you wouldn't have classics like To Kill a Mockingbird, Les Miserables, Swan Lake, Sound of Music and The Godfather, and existing large fanbases for authors like Jane Austen, Shakespeare and Charlotte Brontė, or musicians like Mozart, Strauss and Beethoven, or artists like Titian, Leornado da Vinci and Édouard Manet. Many things that people still love today can be made a couple decades ago, a few hundreds ago, and in the cases of ancient classics (Homer's Odyssey or Mahabharata for example) a few thousand years ago.
Very moving words O.O. As a history and book lover you got me with those sentences.
They are so true.

And now I go to bed with a good feeling xD.
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