Sorry, John Calvin

“The mind may prefer perfection . . ., but greatness with a few flaws . . . is what speaks to your soul.”  — Road & Track, August 2013.

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3 responses to “Sorry, John Calvin

  1. George Lamplugh

    Big Guy, Easy to see what you’re reading on your summer break (or, more likely, the rest of the school’s summer break, while you slave away in your office). GL

    On Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 5:14 PM, past is not past wrote:

    > ** > admiral17 posted: “”The mind may prefer perfection . . ., but greatness > with a few flaws . . . is what speaks to your soul.” — Road & Track, > August 2013.”

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    • Boss,
      One must read widely and outside one’s areas of specialization to have reasonable grasp of whatever approximates reality. I still live in the fantasy world that believes in the Renaissance ideal.

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  2. Great line!

    Sent from my iPhone

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