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Posted by  Huh again? on August 14, 2003 at 07:58:19:

In Reply to:  virtual scholl of architecture. posted by kamel dj. on August 13, 2003 at 06:55:54:

Camel Dung for Brains is what we need to call you Kamel for posting such insults. You must think that the profession is completed by mail order or on line through some mystical magical critique of your work. Thats one of the problems today with the profession, in that it all seems to be heading towards the no thought, no process, no meaning, and no intelect method of design by non thinkers like you. Go back to your scholl as you call it and learn to read, write (and spell), draw, visualize, draw again, compute, draw again conceptualize, paint, draw again and continue to do so until you can't keep your eyes open any longer. Then and only then will you ever learn what it is to be considered accepted into a School of Architecture.

 
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