saposcat12
Saposcat12
saposcat12
May 31 2016
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Bananas are basically clones already. Also, the use of BIG PRODUCE as some sort of ironic joke sort of misses the actual fact that the United Fruit Company did produce a bunch of fruit clones, and mess with the governments of Central America.

May 9 2016
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if it felt awkward and forced, that was the point. Tyrion is trying to pass the time with a little conversation in the company of two people who do not know how to hold one.

May 5 2016
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Because you have no point, you have no idea, and so you can’t. You can’t defend yourself, so now you must pillory my reading skills. You added nothing, had nothing, and will continue to have nothing. You can’t even justify yourself when asked, which should be simple to do, yet you need to resort to the insults you Read more

May 5 2016
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What valid point did you make? You ascribed an end to the article that it never claimed for itself and then faulted that the article didn’t offer what it never promised. Also, what ideas did you even propose? Calling you an idiot isn’t a sign of immaturity; it shows an understanding of who you are, and demonstrating Read more

May 5 2016
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Reviling him is precisely what should be done. “Your article seem to be leading to a recommendation, but then never makes it.” So you decide the article implies that it will make “a recommendation,” which it doesn’t promise or explicitly say it will, and then you fault the article for not following through on Read more

May 3 2016
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It’s fairly astounding. Our school bought new textbooks, and the entire point of the texts books is to have one set for the class and then one for each student to have at home. We have one set for the class. It makes it difficult to assign reading at home, which then requires lots of copies. Also, had only one copy Read more

May 3 2016
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As a public school teacher, I’d be extremely interested to see an audit of the schools in this city.

May 2 2016
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No, those sentences are about entirely different things.

Apr 20 2016
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Dude, even if they were too frightened to run away or rebel, they understood they were slaves. They understood they were not equal to their owners and they certainly understood they weren’t free. There were many that were fearful, sure, but I’m pretty sure they still understood they were slaves.

Apr 20 2016
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But see, slaves don’t really think that way because it isn’t their home, they don’t even own their own bodies. Slaves aren’t hopeless because they can see how great freedom is. They had free people whipping them and selling their families away. The quote makes absolutely no sense.

Apr 20 2016
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Yes, yes they did. See, the thing about slaves is that their existence implies there is a class of people who are not slaves, and the slaves usually provide free labor to and are tortured by those non slave people.

Apr 20 2016
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I’m not really sure you can say Ned didn’t. People seemed to regard him as a pretty just ruler. Somehow blaming him for not dealing well with the fact he uncovered his friend, the King, children were actually a result of his wife’s incestuous relationship with her brother, doesn’t seem quite fair. Even intelligent Read more

Apr 14 2016
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Even that really isn’t enough. “What is at stake is not to portray literary works in the context of their age, but to represent the age that perceives them -our age -in the age during which they arose.”- Walter Benjamin

Apr 14 2016
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It’s fun to see her all dressed up and then to think of her taking a dump in the morning. You know she secretly inhales deeply, enjoying the intense aroma and flavors of her own shit.

Mar 23 2016
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Nah, the great writer of the bureaucratic nightmare is Kafka.

Mar 22 2016
1

I do think it is reversible, but unfortunately there is no telling how far we have yet to go until we decide to reverse.

Mar 22 2016
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And yet the bastard did well for the environment. Humans are nuts.