The Long Process
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So, what you're saying is that the Superfriends isn't true? Feh! I say to that. Look, while life most often reflects Joyce's Ulysses, that doesn’t mean that we can’t try to make it reflect Tennyson's Ulysses instead. For that matter, Homer’s Ulysses captures life perfectly, he’s remembered not for the end of the story, but for the problems he encounters going through life. He’s defined through his reaction to adversity not his accomplishments, as are we all with exceedingly few exceptions.

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