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    thanks sugar plum.

    i like my style too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cut the grass View Post
    and that is where we differ. i am a lover of words.
    More like where we differ is I actually had a job to get off to rather than arguing the toss over a poor choice of phrase. Meh.
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    oh cheer up, you

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    Yeah fair point. In my defence I've been up for 36 hours, and I get seriously cranky without sleep (but now I'm not tired, argh).

    Trust me, I'm restraining myself, I really am

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    wow... i'm sorry. i appreciate it.


    yes.. i know i lead a life of leisure, but i don't take it for granted.. i mean i could be playing world of warcraft? haha.

    (no i have never played it. i don't even know what it is really)

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    loves the retitillation <------ just kidding

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    Quote Originally Posted by cut the grass View Post
    the whole nature of knowingness is to throw out what is sold to you and scrap together ideas to form an opinion of your own. to discount the wtc7 mystery as merely a conspiracy is foolish.
    Not 'foolish', but 'likely' - at least until a plausible motive is uncovered, along with some credible evidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cut the grass View Post
    the whole nature of knowingness is to throw out what is sold to you and scrap together ideas to form an opinion of your own. to discount the wtc7 mystery as merely a conspiracy is foolish.
    Quote Originally Posted by cut the grass View Post
    the whole nature of knowingness is to throw out what is sold to you and scrap together ideas to form an opinion of your own. to discount the wtc7 mystery as merely a conspiracy is foolish.
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    knowingness is a word.
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    ya it''s a noun.
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    knowing |ˈnōi ng | adjective showing or suggesting that one has knowledge or awareness that is secret or known to only a few people : a knowing smile. • chiefly derogatory experienced or shrewd, esp. excessively or prematurely so : today's society is too knowing, too corrupt. • done in full awareness or consciousness : a knowing breach of the order by the appellants. noun the state of being aware or informed. PHRASES there is no knowing no one can tell. DERIVATIVES knowingly adverb knowingness noun
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    "the nature of knowingness"

    "the nature of ignorance"

    how...... was it used wrong?
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    brendan, dude man, people delete their posts dude
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    yeh i'm not too sure about this pat mcaneny fellow. but i used it as it came naturally in my train of thought. nuff said.

    (but i can go on if you can)
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    and that is where we differ. i am a lover of words.
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    thanks sugar plum.

    i like my style too.
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    oh cheer up, you
    Quote Originally Posted by cut the grass View Post
    wow... i'm sorry. i appreciate it.


    yes.. i know i lead a life of leisure, but i don't take it for granted.. i mean i could be playing world of warcraft? haha.

    (no i have never played it. i don't even know what it is really)
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    loves the retitillation <------ just kidding
    ...

    and this is how to get your post count up for anyone wondering.......knowingness...hah!

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    Too bad it wasn't laced with meaningless emoticons and rainbow colored text.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sundowning View Post
    Not 'foolish', but 'likely' - at least until a plausible motive is uncovered, along with some credible evidence.
    yeah it is likely. funny enough, and this should go in the wtc7 thread, but fuckit, why this topic sparked my interest so was due to the drama it has caused in the political candidacy of john edwards. the right wing attacks by presenting edwards with a barrage of questions about wtc7 (on the premise of his affiliation with this crazy group that believes and preaches that wtc7 is, in fact, an issue of domestic terrorism) in hopes of affecting his popularity among voters.

    THAT is why the man in the video asking the question was so persistent.
    THAT is why edwards seemed so flustered and embarrassed.

    not because he'd never thought about it before, but because it's a blatant attack on his reputation, and that wasn't the first, nor will it be the last, time it had occurred.

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