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 Flying--D or IT? 
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Post Flying--D or IT?
The word "flying" popped into my head during an S4, and I lost a moment trying to decide whether it went in the Dimension column or the Intangible column. I put it in D, but now I think it should have gone in the I column.

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Technically, you placed the percept in the correct column. But, when that selfsame word-idea enters my own data stream, I usually feel more comfortable sticking it in the 'D' column. There is some wiggle room in S4, despite the required rigor -- and I also understand that goats can be flighty...

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Thank you for clearing that up.

Flighty? I've got to get the goat a better agent.

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...or at the very least ...a parachute!


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