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Inventing the new new thing

"When it seems that a new man or a new school has invented a new thing, it will only be found that the gifted among them have secured a firmer hold than usual of some old thing." Walter Sickert

Walter Sickert was a British Impressionist painter, not a TOC critic. He is perhaps most famous due to speculations that he was "Jack the Ripper".

So ends aphorism week. I need to think of a new thing for next week.

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