Each half of the face showing different aspect of personality?
Stephen R. Berlant
berlant at bellatlantic.net
Wed Jan 29 07:14:59 EST 1997
In article <stephan-ya02408000R2101970303220001 at news.ucla.edu>,
stephan at ucla.edu (Stephan Anagnostaras) wrote:
>In article <Pine.SCO.3.95.970120091023.10788D-100000 at lex.lccc.edu>,
>rcb1 at LEX.LCCC.EDU (Ron Blue) wrote:
>> Oh! By the way. The face we see in the mirror is not what others see.
>> The change is related to beauty. So a beautiful woman may not see
>> her self a beautiful. My daughter Allie look almost the same in the
>> mirror. Ron
>So would this be like if if you saw yourself in the mirror and thought
>you knew what you were talking about, but noone else did?
Funny. I never thought i'd find any real philosophical discussions in this
But i'm glad i did; because. when i talk to myself in the mirror, its almost
as if i know what i was going to say before i even say it. The problem i have
with these conversations, though, is that i never really tell myself anything
i don't already know. And, this gets boring after several hours. OTOH, i enjoy
these conversations alot [SIC], because i'm the only person i can talk to that
really understands me.
i don't know. Does anybody understand what i'm trying to say. If you do, would
you please let me know, 'cause i'd like to publish some more -- ya' know -- to
build up my resume. :)
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