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Taste Vs. Ability


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14 Responses to “Taste Vs. Ability”

    • luetkemj

      Thanks John, but really it was Ira who nailed this one. I just threw some visuals on it.

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  1. Jakob Nelson

    I don’t think I’ve ever heard/read this quote before, but I read it in Mr. Glass’s voice anyway. When I got to the bottom, i realized why.
    Well illustrated! I’m going to have to share this!

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  2. Arnie

    Most definitely. I’ve learned even when time an life don’t work out the way you want, just keep fighting through it. The other biggest obstacle I had to overcome was to stop wishing I had Jim Lee’s career.

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  3. Arken

    Really important message (and a cool Characture of Ira!) especially love the image of the pages building the bridge, such a decent shorthand for the process itself. Fantastic stuff.

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  4. Arp Laszlo

    Absolutely love this bit by Ira Glass. I coincidentally wrote a little blog post on yesterday (publishing tomorrow). Wish I’d thought of the comic conceit, perhaps I need to start thinking more like a comic creator :)

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