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Meeting them costs a little effort and listening to really crazy stuff. Figuring out just which areas, like colors of paint, are what they have decided is the new good and bad, it varies slightly between the groups, costs a bit of time and concentration. Seeing the flaws, like figuring out what brushes they would use to paint, costs a little bit of thought, not much, but a little.Then taking just a little time to offer some suggests that force them to paint themselves into their own corner, using their favorite colors and their very own brush?Priceless. I do it as a mild distraction. Preferably face to face, personally. Y-u-m!
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