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My first posting crashed the second I hit the submit button - I think all of my stupid questions can filter down into the following:
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Should the size of an archetype as drawn on the S3 freehand sketch reflect :
- the size of the object in relation to it's surroundings
- the importance of the object in relation to the target

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Real-world stuff is hard .
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Origin of questions -- Since archetypes for regular boring rocks, cool pretty rocks, metals, gems are all basically still parts of the earth they all should get variations of "^" shapes - and leave it to the cue itself and the later process of designating target [x] to bring the item forth from it's surroundings.

to say nothing of the complicated nuances of using "metal discovery" versus "metallic object" in a cue..but that is another thread entirely.
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alot harder. but more exciting !!! 8)

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The first question is quite an important one (topic covered in the Learn RV DVDs): Neither scale nor perspective is represented in the S3 freehand sketch.

I would agree with you about the second question. In light(?) of what I have taught you, it may indeed be subsumed under your assigned appellation. Moreover, your 'Real-world' soliloquy is my cue to depart for the corner liquor store...

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Thank you Major, for answering my questions.

<<...sorry for driving you to the liquor store...!>>

When I worked at the coffee shop (my favorite job), there was a customer who worked in a liquor store. He said all the school bus drivers would be there waiting in the parking lot for it to open at 10:00. They always got small bottles of vodka.

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Sun Aug 27, 2006 5:41 pm
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More than likely, the poor drivers were lined up there because they had first stopped at your coffee shop for their morning java -- and conversed with you...

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Mon Aug 28, 2006 4:50 am
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:D HA !

let's see... my dad was an alcoholic, an ex-, and so are my two best friends -- so you probably got something there !!!


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<< who's horror-teacher stories involve a nun principal, band leader, art teacher, and 5th grade teacher - perhaps they all drank too ! >>

When I die, please nominate my mom for sainthood....

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