RE: playing at suicide

From: Richard Brodie (
Date: Wed Jan 09 2002 - 21:15:35 GMT

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    <<Almost any mother can listen to her baby and tell you if it wants milk, a
    diaper change, or just some attention. She knows because the baby
    communicated the want or need to her. If the baby didn't know it had the
    need, it wouldn't be able to express it.>>

    Does a whistling teapot know it needs to be poured?

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