when i did that poster printed on a tshirt, i hung it around town and people tore it off the poles immediately and began to wear them. it ceased to be a poster at once and became a tshirt. "they" set the definition, not "us". it's called "reality."
we can attempt to alter the definition, expand it, etc. but that change happens very slowly over time. maybe some day people will look at a book and say "look at the poster". but until then, this is a book.
i can call a chicken a table, but it doesn't make it a table. it's a chicken.
seems to me your pointing out my "negativity" is rather negative of you. is that a correct analysis of the situation? you could have said "right on, art! it's about time somebody pointed out the truth!" but, you went with the sneering snide remark. a most negative approach. so sad.
not negative. just setting little ghostie straight on his/her thinking. just stating the obvious. if you go around thinking that you are inventing the wheel, then somebody has to have the nerve to point out the mistake. the emperor really does have no clothes on.
it's still not a poster. it's a book. just the facts.
(i think it's a readers digest condensed literature book, too.)