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Old 10-14-2004, 08:34 AM   #16
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they painted their windows black, spit on them, starved them, then killed my czar.
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some of my distant relatives were locked in their house and set on fire by the kosacks....how's that for atomic?
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That's pretty atomic!
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Old 10-15-2004, 12:41 AM   #19
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are the relatives distant enough so we don't have to feel too awkward.

like this didn't happen last year, I hope

I think I speak for everyone on this matter
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I just like my avatar....
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It happened in the distant past, so you can relax....
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However, can we truly say that post-modernism is the be-all-end-all for academia? Or is academia in and of itself its own be-all-end-all? For if the be-all-end-all is truly the be-all-end-all for academia, is not post-modernism the root cause of the ambiguity caused by the penal code? For yea, even though we may think that the penal code is post-modernistic, our academic outlook on the style of inns in 13th-century Wallonia serves to break all our standards of academia. Is it not better to be post-modernistic than to accept the penal code for face value, as a mere constitution of the justice system that is currently facing a downward turn?
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However, can we truly say that post-modernism is the be-all-end-all for academia? Or is academia in and of itself its own be-all-end-all? For if the be-all-end-all is truly the be-all-end-all for academia, is not post-modernism the root cause of the ambiguity caused by the penal code? For yea, even though we may think that the penal code is post-modernistic, our academic outlook on the style of inns in 13th-century Wallonia serves to break all our standards of academia. Is it not better to be post-modernistic than to accept the penal code for face value, as a mere constitution of the justice system that is currently facing a downward turn?
You talk too much
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However, can we truly say that post-modernism is the be-all-end-all for academia? Or is academia in and of itself its own be-all-end-all? For if the be-all-end-all is truly the be-all-end-all for academia, is not post-modernism the root cause of the ambiguity caused by the penal code? For yea, even though we may think that the penal code is post-modernistic, our academic outlook on the style of inns in 13th-century Wallonia serves to break all our standards of academia. Is it not better to be post-modernistic than to accept the penal code for face value, as a mere constitution of the justice system that is currently facing a downward turn?
Duh!
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you do realize that that is complete bullshit, right?
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Old 10-15-2004, 07:44 AM   #27
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Yes ... but still ... that's about 89 more words than necessary.
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some of my distant relatives were locked in their house and set on fire by the kosacks....how's that for atomic?
care to share a bit more?
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Superman saved the world by gathering up all the atomic bombs and throwing them into outer space. Which as a solution, is a bit like solving world hunger by taking all the hungry people and throwing them into outer space.
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