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Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-11-05 10:53 PM
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8. Kick: It's so hard to keep something around long enough...
For many people to read it in this forum.
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  -A revolutionary take on the Tsunami repeater138  Jan-11-05 06:13 PM   #0 
  - It is horrifying to know that man is capable of making such a disaster  BrklynLiberal   Jan-11-05 06:36 PM   #1 
  - this is devastating  JitterbugPerfume   Jan-11-05 08:20 PM   #2 
  - I think it is really interesting...  repeater138   Jan-11-05 10:30 PM   #5 
  - Really?  Milspec   Jan-11-05 11:26 PM   #10 
  - Here's another interesting take on the tsunami  repeater138   Jan-11-05 11:32 PM   #11 
  - Excellent article. Thanks for posting this! n/t  Tinoire   Jan-11-05 10:14 PM   #3 
  - Your welcome n/t  repeater138   Jan-11-05 10:28 PM   #4 
  - So much of that rings so freakin' true.  BurtWorm   Jan-11-05 10:31 PM   #6 
  - good way to put it  repeater138   Jan-11-05 10:45 PM   #7 
  - Kick: It's so hard to keep something around long enough...  repeater138   Jan-11-05 10:53 PM   #8 
  - Maybe people are afraid of the "revolutionary" aspects of it.  BurtWorm   Jan-11-05 11:02 PM   #9 
  - Maybe I should have called it "a common-sense take"  repeater138   Jan-12-05 12:07 AM   #12 
     - People may also be feeling a little gun shy toward tsunami "takes"  BurtWorm   Jan-12-05 12:12 AM   #13 
        - What happened to DU? n/t  repeater138   Jan-12-05 12:19 AM   #14 
           - 2004 happened to DU.  BurtWorm   Jan-12-05 12:23 AM   #15 
              - but what was the bad publicity? n/t  repeater138   Jan-12-05 12:28 AM   #16 
                 - Oh. DU got mentioned in an article in the Times about kooks and blogs  BurtWorm   Jan-12-05 12:34 AM   #17 
                    - The Washington Times?  repeater138   Jan-12-05 12:38 AM   #18 
                       - No! The NY Times!  BurtWorm   Jan-12-05 12:40 AM   #19 
  - Kick!  Karenina   Jan-12-05 10:07 AM   #24 
     - kick  BurtWorm   Jan-12-05 12:09 PM   #26 
  - capitalism is part of our instinctive nature  Old Mouse   Jan-12-05 12:56 AM   #20 
  - What a silly conception of "human nature"  ConsAreLiars   Jan-12-05 02:37 AM   #22 
  - capitalism is the social conceptualization of natural greed  Old Mouse   Jan-12-05 11:31 AM   #25 
  - Freudian analysis of history is rather dated  repeater138   Jan-13-05 12:00 AM   #28 
     - nothing I said is against evolution  Old Mouse   Jan-13-05 12:15 AM   #29 
        - "latest in neuroscientific research"  repeater138   Jan-13-05 12:40 AM   #30 
           - work I was doing  Old Mouse   Jan-13-05 12:49 AM   #31 
              - Is it published?  repeater138   Jan-13-05 01:07 AM   #32 
                 - I worked on practical application  Old Mouse   Jan-13-05 01:42 AM   #33 
  - Thank you...fantastic post! n/t  Desertrose   Jan-12-05 01:23 AM   #21 
  - There are two glaring errors in this post.  cattleman22   Jan-12-05 07:55 AM   #23 
  - Error of interpretation, not an error in the article  repeater138   Jan-12-05 11:54 PM   #27 
  - Many good facts, all wrapped up in a stale rhetoric.  hunter   Jan-13-05 02:24 AM   #34 
 

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