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8-25-2008 @ 2:00PM
Hmm.... okaaaay... I didn't know about Grek. I guess you could try out your idea -- but think real hard about it and make it plausible. How could someone with learning disabilities rise to that level of success, especially since peons are so much looked down upon? Also, you want to be very careful not to oversimplify "simple people" with learning disabilities, speech impediments and the like. Forrest Gump is a good example of a story that didn't go too far, and there are many others as well -- it works as long as these characters are *real* people, with all the complexities real people have and relate to, not just a dummy with bad grammar.
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