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Re: How is Rock Art aged?
Dec 17, 2012, 22:53
Rhiannon wrote:
If you can't learn anything from anybody, do you expect the opposite ie for anyone to be able to learn anything from you?

Or is it that we can learn from your thoughts and experiences? Just not the other way round?

Just to clarify, which of these are you saying?
(you can ignore this completely if you can't decide)

of course people learn things from people, i just like it face to face [i know if they're lying then], and nobody is going to learn anything here because everyone seems to [think they] know everything anyway, and the only question i pose is "how do i know the things i do if it doesn't come from books?[after middle school]" the answer lies in experience, and yes if you learn something from me it's only me passing on what i have learned from the experience, so yes i suppose the experience is teaching us, it's certainly not me.
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