I don’t know what you’re talking about.”
Cameron’s response? He had his friend draw a bunny and then ask him a question. After several attempts he had his friend draw a bunny and then ask him a question so he and his friend both drew a rabbit, then a panda and then a tiger, then an elephant and a human. Then the rabbit was asked a question, Cameron asked him “Where did you draw the bunny?” and he drew one, and then asked him a question but did not give an answer. The person he was speaking to did not know what Cameron was talking about, but when asked what he drew Cameron would say the person “did a nice job” and then explain that “you’ve drawn a panda.”
In fact, these types of questions made me laugh out loud. I had never realized how much fun it can be answering these little “amateur” questions, and they are still going on these days. It is all fun and games on the internet, but these kinds of questions can be used to get in trouble and get you in big trouble. The Internet is a place where everyone has access to everything—people are constantly talking, sharing and sharing all the time. The more questions, the more attention there is to get, the more attention that person is given and the more attention that person is given. People are drawn to the attention, and you can never really escape it.
This kind of question makes it really easy to have access to the person you are speaking to and see if it is really true that that person just drew a bunny. If you have trouble drawing it, you can ask somebody else who has more experience. A question like “Where did you draw the panda?” can really catch a teacher off guard.
A teacher is often afraid to admit that someone did not draw the panda.
It takes a few quick questions of whether the person has actually drawn the rabbit, or whether the question could easily be misconstrued as drawing the rabbit, before you find a teacher who will simply say “no,” because teachers don’t like to draw that. If you ask them to draw, they often say, “I can’t remember.” Then they’ll try to walk you through what they did, but they always make it sound like a very poor, terrible, crappy effort. It is hard to explain what they did wrong or what they used their imagination to do, and even hard to know where to begin trying to explain to
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