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    Poll: The first one, actually. Turns out Cotton didn't...

    The first one, actually. Turns out Cotton didn't start that one, was just heavily active in it.
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    Fax from Sarajevo? I haven't read it, but I think...

    Fax from Sarajevo? I haven't read it, but I think that's the one.

    EDIT: Nope, that's Joe Kubert. D'oh!
  3. I hate the idea that "living language" is driven...

    I hate the idea that "living language" is driven mostly by ignorant people getting things wrong. :frown:
  4. It's probably unfair to take Kurosawa to task for...

    It's probably unfair to take Kurosawa to task for this, as he as much as admits it's an irrational reaction in the post.
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    http://www.comicbookreligion.com/img/t/r/Triumph_MacIntyre.jpg

    "That's not me! I was never there!"

    "And you wouldn't remember me being there even if I was!"
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    Poll: You're a better man than I am, edhopper, to try...

    You're a better man than I am, edhopper, to try and draw some sense out of all this. I gave up when I read that Whitehead posited that there's something like 30,000 "experiences" to a quark. ...
  7. She was a poor assassin. He'd have been dead...

    She was a poor assassin. He'd have been dead except she forgot to load a bullet into the chamber.
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    Poll: Agnostism is a valid position. I'll stick with...

    Agnostism is a valid position. I'll stick with "I see no reason to believe it" myself.
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    Poll: Again, sometimes that's true, sometimes that...

    Again, sometimes that's true, sometimes that isn't.
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    Poll: I knew you'd like the call-back. :tongue:

    I knew you'd like the call-back. :tongue:
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    Poll: Sometimes it is, actually. Just a few months...

    Sometimes it is, actually. Just a few months back this came up in Cotton's Bigfoot thread. Absence of evidence in that case actually is evidence of absence.
  12. Ugh. Sandler's like half a step above Tom Green...

    Ugh. Sandler's like half a step above Tom Green in the "can make normally funny things completely unfunny" category.
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    It's a remarkably stupid argument anyway. ...

    It's a remarkably stupid argument anyway. Amounts to "they'll find away around it, so we shouldn't bother regulating them".
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    Well, that's a question of specifics it boils...

    Well, that's a question of specifics it boils down to ("necessary"). And they get nothing "in return", they get to not jack prices up beyond a certain amount of profit, in the same way we now...
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    My argument against that is that I believe an...

    My argument against that is that I believe an unregulated free market is a bad thing that only leads to corporate control over everything (the "little guy" the free market is supposedly so in favor...
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    Heck, Colbert constantly calls him that.

    Heck, Colbert constantly calls him that.
  17. Lighter fluid would be a closer guess. :biggrin:

    Lighter fluid would be a closer guess. :biggrin:
  18. Both gold! :biggrin:

    Both gold! :biggrin:
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    Poll: When it comes to explaining the physical world...

    When it comes to explaining the physical world around us? Correct.



    Not at all. I only reject it as an explanation of the physical world.



    The ideas that were used to form...
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    Well, I'm not Michael, but I'm going to throw a...

    Well, I'm not Michael, but I'm going to throw a wild guess out there that he feels "fuck free market business" in cases like this. I know I do.
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    Poll: It's too abused a WORD to define by scientific...

    It's too abused a WORD to define by scientific examination. I loved my wife. I love my mom. I loved my cat. I love chile con queso. I love the Batman: The Brave and the Bold cartoon. All "love",...
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    Poll: I believe philosophy is valid as an examination...

    I believe philosophy is valid as an examination of how people think and believe. It's not valid explaining the roots of the physical universe. And Panpsychism isn't even good philosophy, it's just...
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    House Marsh: ...

    House Marsh:

    http://www.westeros.org/Graphics/Heraldry/her_marsh.gif

    http://www.comicbookdb.com/graphics/comic_graphics/1/63/27258_20060421161334_large.jpg
  24. Nah, screw that. "Being grateful" for super-hero...

    Nah, screw that. "Being grateful" for super-hero related stuff leads to the kind of crap we got in the '70s. If it sucks, complain.
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    I think what Michael is suggesting is a change to...

    I think what Michael is suggesting is a change to what is "above board".
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