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Re: Chinese Funeral Paper (aesthetics)

I would argue this as being a little more serious. Maybe along the lines
of someone neither culturally nor emotionally tied to Judiasm telling
Holocaust jokes, or thin people telling fat jokes. Sure it's forgivable in
some contexts, but no matter how innocent your intentions, it's still thin
ice, so to speak.


> water globe, in which the Declaration of Independence was printed on
> transparency film and then cut up and placed in the globe. As you shake
> the globe, the words swirl around. It is not labeled as the Declaration
> of Independence, but it is very recognizable. "Indivisible" seems to
> clue people in. It's by William Harroff, if he is on list, perhaps he
> could respond to people's reaction. I wasn't offended, quite the
> contrary.

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