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  1. I’m not sure they we are all as non-discriminatory as we pretend. It may be true that judging a book by it’s cover may be a mistake, but if that’s true, where are the laws of natural consequences that would dissuade us from those judgements, and why do we try so hard to pretend that we don’t have this fatal flaw? Perhaps some things can be judged by their cover, accurately, but certainly Susan Boyle’s voice cannot be judged by her age or appearance. What does that say about us? How many things do we judge solely on appearance or age?


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