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    .~ *aĉa virino* ~. Array Totenkindly's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystic Tater View Post
    Question of the year.
    I thought the comment was kinda black and white, myself.

    Is that double points, or did it just negate itself in an explosive blast of cosmic typological energy?
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    I dunno, I mostly see typology as a tool. Its validation is its usefulness to me, not necessarily its completeness and total accuracy as a system. Kind of like a flat bladed screwdriver, they really are perfect for unscrewing certain things, and they're pretty good for prying other things open, and are marginally good for self defense, and are terrible at removing splinters.

    Maybe there's a forum of people who love them so much that enjoy the challenge of using a screwdriver for everything, maybe there are people who are screwdriver fanatacists and argue that no other tool is necessary but a screwdriver. Maybe there are screwdriver detractors whos only interest in the screwdriver forum is to tell people how much they suck. And maybe I just happen to find the people who like screwdrivers interesting.

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