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Hi Joe Dees -
>While there are indeed substantial commonalities, nevertheless some people
>find beauty in symmetry and some in a poignant asymmetry;
While it is perhaps an aesthetic fine point as to what separates a
poignant asymmetry and a symmetry, your point is perfectly taken. It is
also somewhat interesting, as I personally do prefer the poignant
assymetry, and, in most studies I'm aware of, that is the preference of
less than five percent of the populace.
Oh well. Weirdness is.
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