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Do many cooks in the kitchen perfect the broth?

If individual humans are imperfect and corruptible, then why do we hold governing bodies-- made up of human beings-- as if they should be able to rise above nature?

Daniel Girard

on 26 April 2010

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Transcript of Do many cooks in the kitchen perfect the broth?

Do many Cooks In The Kitchen Perfect The Broth? Let's Be honest. Have you ever read anything remotely good where the main character is Absolutely perfect? Didn't think so. Any good author knows
that a the main character should be
on that the audience can relate to. And nobody is perfect. Didn't think so. Literary characters are usually designed to be identified with. they're not perfect... Therefore, neither are we. W
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