We Are the Best Imitators in the World. And That’s a Good Thing.

It's common for artists to want to be true originals with their work, but how often is that really the case? And do they really need to be? Jim has written on this topic of originality before. He wrote: "Half of Broadway’s content is from other sources, according to this article. And you know what? I don’t care! ... Hey, Shakespeare cribbed Ovid, Plutarch and folk tales from all over Europe, and if it’s good enough for him, it’s good...

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