Totally Tubular Vol.#1

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From Totally Tubular #1 –

“Aristotle, as is well known, considered motion to be a necessary (though not sufficient) condition for tubing. But this rigid view has been called into question of late.  Thus, where a doctrinaire Aristotelian might simply posit: “we are not-tubing on the shore by virtue of not moving,”– I reply: we certainly consider it to be tubing when we are sitting motionless in a still lake on a humid August afternoon, smoking a pipe, sucking back a cool Amstel Lite and humming the 1812 overture.”

So there…