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Re: Philosophical Perversions

Postby tentative » Fri Sep 14, 2012 4:21 am

Mo_ wrote:
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anon wrote:Tentative... calling anyone or anything simplistic laughable and pathetic is simplistic laughable and pathetic in itself.

Of course! No one is above the pile of..., but it doesn't change bullshit into a basket of roses, does it? :P

The only "bullshit" here is your criticism of the thread as a whole.

Now, now... [-X I said that some people made an effort. I don't recall whether I included you in that list... :-k
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Re: Philosophical Perversions

Postby von Rivers » Fri Sep 14, 2012 4:35 am

tentative wrote:Now, now... [-X I said that some people made an effort. I don't recall whether I included you in that list... :-k

As long as you didn't include yourself, or ol'Bill W, and I'm fine.... anyone else you claim didn't make an effort, then I have an issue.
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Re: Philosophical Perversions

Postby Arcturus Descending » Fri Sep 14, 2012 3:44 pm

Mr Doom wrote:

I believe freedom is a myth or story and has no basis in reality. I build this affirmation on the lines that nothing is free from the bounds and dependencies of this world therefore nothing is free.

:evil:

That being said, I can honestly assert that I have many philosophical perversion droppings.
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