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Jorge
Sat, Mar 21, 2020, 4:46pm (UTC -5)
Re: PIC S1: Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 1

@Gerontius
"I just can't make sense of seeing it that way. The loved stuff is still there, and it can't be damaged. Even if you hate Picard today and think he's not consistent with Picard in the old days (I don't), that doesn't have any impact on the old Picard.

It's as if people were seeing it as analogous to some kind of time travel story, where altering what happens in one time zone has drastic effects on other time zones. "

I don't know. This seems to deny part of the human psychology to link appreciation for something to past or future events connected to it. Say, for example, your favorite director or writer turned out to be a serial sex abuser. I imagine that would sour you on their works, even though it's a piece of information that has no effect on the works themselves. That's the way our minds work and it's not particularly right or wrong.
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