We, at The Ink Society, do not stand for "Chronologic Snobbery" even in the recent past. Therefore, it seems only fitting to recognize that what was written before might be even more seasonable and felicitous today. With this principle before us, we offer the following from the annals of The Ink Society:
My brother, Phillip Tippin in a previous Ink Society post cogently examined the concept that memories are mortal and, “That memories are simply reminders of . . . current realities.” He also claimed that clinging to the past, especially through modern technology can be potentially dangerous. I applaud his brilliant treatment of this subject and ask you to read his post here but certainly not here.
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