在读 Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman!
The reason why I say i'm "uncultured" or "anti-intellectual" probably goes all the way back to the time when I was in high school. I was always worried about being a sissy; I didn't want to be too delicate. To me, no real man ever paid any attention to poetry and such things. How poetry ever got written -- that never struck me! So I developed a negative attitude toward the guy who studies French literature, or studies too much music or poetry --- all those "fancy" things. I admired better the steel-worker, the shop and welder, or the machine shop man. I always thought the guy who worked in the machine shop and could make things, now he was a real guy! That was my attitude. To be a practical man was, to me, always somehow a positive virtue, and to be "uncultured" or "intellectual" was not. The first was right, of course, but he second was crazy.引自 mixing paintsThe bluffing and nothingness of mascularity......no more PRACTICAL than other phoney things. :)
The bluffing and nothingness of mascularity......no more PRACTICAL than other phoney things. :)