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and now a word from Michelangelo Buonarroti...


Not historically accurate, but very truthy. There was no love lost between the two.

Comments (3)


And his spaghetti sauce was TERRIBLE!


Wasn't even aware of the drama between them. Just spent a bit of time scanning their individual histories & an enthusiasts' discussion board. My conclusion: It's depressing how people go out of their way to make so much of life adversarial. As people become specialized (i.e., expert, genius), they tend to become isolated--& the brain is at its foremost a social organ. Imagine if the two had collaborated.

This may seem to contradict the spirit of some of my former comments, but I have attempted to direct my sardonic wit at those who command we conform to a mass "diverse unity" while trying to squash much of our personal diversity & individual liberties. One does not have to preclude the other.

John Cox:

Hey T

I enjoy your insight when it's on point and not about the Obama administration.

Thanks for addressing your target practice.

Your comment about what could be deemed a colossal waste of creative energy is well-made. I was merely making light of two supreme egos.


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