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    By the time I read Ishmael, I had already been thinking most of the ideas in Ishmael anyway, and I felt really vindicated to see them independently in print. So I came here mainly to follow up, in case I was missing out on things. But I've been disappointed with the lack of practical applications of DQ's ideas, and I was hoping to find more of that sort of thing here. I try to think of things myself, but I work much better with others for that sort of brainstorming. Brilliant ideas happen when you steal mediochre ideas from lots of sources.

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    Ishmael shouldn't be directly made into a movie, because it would be nearly impossible to get an audience to take a talking gorilla seriously. Look at Congo.

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