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Response to soryang (Reply #5)

Thu Mar 25, 2021, 04:02 PM

6. Yes

Through the section of the video where he explained his process, and was then showing how the grasses transformed, the horizontal lines didn't change. I only played around with Hanyu. I'm an armchair cultural anthropologist; what people do because we are people cumulatively - advance of civilizations, how things like agriculture influenced one side of our development, and the establishment of written guidelines also necessary for larger civilizations. It has been in our lifetime the the matriarchal society of native tribes has been replaced by commerce and modern lifestyles.

Oh, the auto noise cancelling is just a way of saying I didn't listen to the parts I didn't like. Those were the sentences following her first question. I believed she asked something relevant and he responded about himself and how difficult something was,,,so when she spoke I listened again and it was obvious that my attention span was exceeded.

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