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Perhaps also going back to the time when the identity and character of the creator matters as much as the output. Even if you can't distinguish one wine from the other, the fact that you visited the winery where the wine you are currently drinking was made matters to you. Even if you can knock off Tommy Hilfigger clothes, they still aren't the same. Also reminds me of a Pace picante sauce commercial where a cowboy looks at the side of a bottle of sauce and says, "This stuff's made in New Jersey !!" Another cowboy says, "Get a rope."

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