[Clayart] Minneapolis has turned into a night mare city.

Edouard Bastarache edouardb at colba.net
Fri Jan 7 21:27:56 UTC 2022

Go ask the conquerors,hehe

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De : Clayart [mailto:clayart-bounces at lists.clayartworld.com] De la part de
David Woof
Envoyé : 7 janvier 2022 11:36
À : Clayart international pottery discussion forum
Objet : Re: [Clayart] Minneapolis has turned into a night mare city.

Well, I'll be shucked cousin Vinchenzo, if your "correction" to Wayne is

A statement so profound likely comes from the ancient city of Babylon
located 50 odd miles from present day Baghdad, Iraq.

Hummm???........ wonder why Babylon is in total ruins today when it was so
ideally located for world domination in matters of power and commerce.

Perhaps being on the watch for a history repeat would be a self preservation

Be well,
From: Clayart <clayart-bounces at lists.clayartworld.com> on behalf of
vpitelka at dtccom.net <vpitelka at dtccom.net>
Sent: Friday, January 7, 2022 7:49 AM
To: 'Clayart international pottery discussion forum'
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Subject: Re: [Clayart] Minneapolis has turned into a night mare city.

Hi Wayne -
Always good to hear your "voice" on Clayart.  But a small correction:
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” – George
Santayana, The Life of Reason, 1905. From the series Great Ideas of Western

Vince Pitelka
Potter, Writer, Teacher
Chapel Hill, NC
vpitelka at dtccom.net

-----Original Message-----
From: Clayart <clayart-bounces at lists.clayartworld.com> On Behalf Of W Seidl
Sent: Friday, January 7, 2022 7:15 AM
To: clayart at lists.clayartworld.com
Subject: Re: [Clayart] Minneapolis has turned into a night mare city.

Mike, Mel and all,

Humans, especially American humans, seem to be losing memory capacity as
generations change.

Ceaser said it best: "Those who do not remember the past are condemned to
repeat it".

Does anyone remember the Watts riots in L.A. in the early 70's? I lived
through those, got burned out of the apartment block I was living in. People
then were "sticking it to the man" by burning "the man's"
property.  Problem was, those buildings were the apartments and stores and
neighborhoods that the people doing the protesting depended on. My neighbors
and I watched it happen, lost everything.  We were not protesting, we were
shaking our heads, trying to save what little we had.  But I digress.

This is nothing new, It has happened many times before, it
(unfortunately) will happen again.

Wayne in Maine

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