Imagination vs. Logic
Quote from Chesterton:
"Poets do not go mad; but chess-players do. Mathematicians go mad, and cashiers; but creative artists very seldom. I am not, as will be seen, in any sense attacking logic: I only say that this danger does lie in logic, not in imagination."

Interesting thought... considering the number of INTJ's we have running around here! :)
ROUS  Annette Collins, Thursday, 9-18-03 10:16 AM
Poets and artists
Poets and artists are frequently mad to start with.
ROUS  David , Thursday, 9-18-03 3:08 PM

Anonymous, Monday, 10-6-03 11:20 PM
Vincent Van Gough
William Blake
Edgar Allan Poe

I rest my demented case :-)
Anonymous, Monday, 10-6-03 11:20 PM
logic leads to boredom and depression
while imagination leads to madness.


Anonymous, Wednesday, 10-8-03 11:52 AM
I'd rather be...

Anonymous, Wednesday, 10-8-03 1:31 PM
stupid board interface...
I'd rather be an rational madman than a mad rational man. :-) It's more fun that way!
Lokmer, Wednesday, 10-8-03 1:32 PM
I think the problem
Is occurring between the chair and the keyboard. ;)
Annette, the Board Programmer, Friday, 10-10-03 9:09 PM
quite possible
I must speak to my hands about that...
Anonymous, Sunday, 10-12-03 3:39 AM
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