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The Timeless Bonds of “Me Too” Friendship

Andrew Son of Peter dares to question modern art. And then shares a poem by Billy Collins that is a delight. Read it if you dare and see if you don’t have an “Oh, yeah, me too,” kind of reaction. This is the consistent AP experience, and that of many artists we love to like and like to love.
“Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another: What! You too? I thought I was the only one.”
C. S. Lewis


So I am sure that you, like me, have many friends who are not really friends. Kind of like Facebook. I number among my friends John Donne, William Shakespeare, J.R.R. Tolkien, Thabiti Anyabwile, Ray Bradbury, P.G. Wodehouse, Jerome K. Jerome, and C.S. Lewis. “Me Too” friends.
You too?


  1. So is this two-way? I mean, if you, hypotetically, were the object of anyone’s me-too-friendship, how would that work out? Maybe like twitter followers?

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