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I prefer the early Duffy, when he was just crazy. Once he got bitter, I stopped liking him so much. it is funny you mention Homer Simpson in the first paragraph, because I feel the same about him and his personality transformation...
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It is these kinds of answers which make these less logic puzzles and more just-make-up-anything-that-makes-sense. I mean, you could just as easily say the donkey chewed through the rope. Or that he was a magic donkey who make the rope grow longer...
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How do we know this guy wouldn't have done a terrible job at Google - so terrible that the young company never got off the ground?

Maybe hiring this guy almost became Larry Page's most expensive mistake??
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I disagree a bit. It does say "imagine" all these things. I don't believe he is advocating for communism so much as saying that when you deal with other people and argue about, say, religion, or possessions, then think about a world without them and treat people that way. I think it strives for a better understanding of people in different situations. At least, that's the way I like to interpret it.

All this reminds me of the WKRP episode dealing with a religious leader attempting to censor the station's programming. They used this song in it.

One more note - it is funny that performers wish to exclude the "no religion" line. I mean, I see where they are coming from, but considering religion has, throughout history, been a huge source of conflict in the world, it would be totally wrong to exclude it. Good for you, Yoko!
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