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    I've learnt that talking in the library is a mortal sin. Even if you're discussing theories from actual books from the very same library.

    Also, apparently it's wrong to fly into a rage when someone takes your book from your hands and tosses it at the wall. I still think that even if I had a knife and killed him, I'd probably get acquitted (though only if the jury is comprised of booklovers).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reflection View Post
    I've learnt that talking in the library is a mortal sin. Even if you're discussing theories from actual books from the very same library.

    Also, apparently it's wrong to fly into a rage when someone takes your book from your hands and tosses it at the wall. I still think that even if I had a knife and killed him, I'd probably get acquitted (though only if the jury is comprised of booklovers).
    Wow, what library do you go to?
    Our library is like, everyone talking, and it's full of beggars and con-artists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tawanda View Post
    Wow, what library do you go to?
    Our library is like, everyone talking, and it's full of beggars and con-artists.
    The university library. It's oh so elitist. I just don't understand why they have discussion tables when they don't allow any actual discussing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reflection View Post
    The university library. It's oh so elitist. I just don't understand why they have discussion tables when they don't allow any actual discussing.
    Smoke and mirrors, my dear boy. Smoke and mirrors. They are only elite because you are unable to follow 'proper' standards. You must remain the improper dog in their eyes, you see?

    Discussion tables are not for discussing, they are there to elude/allude to intellectual discourse. Actual, intelligent, conversation presents the possibility that they may be downed a rank by a primal savage such as yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reflection View Post
    The university library. It's oh so elitist. I just don't understand why they have discussion tables when they don't allow any actual discussing.
    Oh yeah...sounds like my university too. In my head I was thinking the public library. Everyone at school is so hush-hush, like the stuff they're 'group studying' for is a secret to the world, and everyone else in the group apparently, unless you're 'worthy' enough to know the information. Silly elitists.

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    Defibrillation does not "jump start" the heart and actually does the opposite, suppressing heart beat for a moment to allow natural rythms to restart.

    Therefore defibrillation is not used to resolve a flatline (certain drug injections are used for this), but is used to arrest and correct irregular rythms which may be harmful or fatal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tawanda View Post
    Oh yeah...sounds like my university too. In my head I was thinking the public library. Everyone at school is so hush-hush, like the stuff they're 'group studying' for is a secret to the world, and everyone else in the group apparently, unless you're 'worthy' enough to know the information. Silly elitists.
    Without a doubt. I learnt today that one of the "secret studies" one of those groups was making is about how cookies are called in different places of my Country.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MagnificentMind View Post
    Smoke and mirrors, my dear boy. Smoke and mirrors. They are only elite because you are unable to follow 'proper' standards. You must remain the improper dog in their eyes, you see?

    Discussion tables are not for discussing, they are there to elude/allude to intellectual discourse. Actual, intelligent, conversation presents the possibility that they may be downed a rank by a primal savage such as yourself.

    Be intimidated. Be very intimidated.
    Oh, I can definitely see that being true. "Look at us, we're so intelligent! See, we have discussion tables!" And when you actually propose an intellectual conversation, they all but run away. Or alternatively, put you down like the improper dog you are.

    "Shame! Shame!"
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