In a message dated 11/24/00 2:11:56 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> Anything which cannot be shown to be hallucination, of course. Down
> Gene, you are confusing the boy.
Who's to say that a hallucination is not real?
It would most certainly be a real hallucination.
And in some cases, very real to the person
And therefore a real part of reality.
I'd say the cup is both half empty and half full.
Or completely full if you count the top half as
being filled with air.
Reality appears to be subject to manipulation
by pure thought. Make of it what you will.
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