H.W.Fluks at kpn.com
Fri Aug 31 15:50:07 CEST 2001
> Donald and Daisy's relationship is
> internationally known, but of US origin. To force any story
> writer in one
> country to divorce himself of perfectly normal and regular
> customs for the
> sake of another seems restrictive in the extreme.
The US origin is irrelevant, at least to the people who are currently
producing Disney comic stories. The various editors are "forced" to make
stories in such a way that they can be published in many countries. So these
editors "force" their writers into that. Regardless of which country these
writers come from.
And of course, the term "perfectly normal and regular customs" is very
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