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There's More Than One Way to Crack a Modernist Egg 247 Views


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The Modernists thought the world had a lot of problems, and they were intent on fixing them—or at least talking about fixing them. Unfortunately, none of their ideas involved baking chocolate chip cookies. Come on, dudes.

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