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  1. sospiro's Avatar
    Not easy when Creationism is regarded as science.
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  2. Polednice's Avatar
    I hadn't spotted that particular article, but I know all about Rhys Morgan from recent blogosphere arguments! I came across Dr. Burzynski - a Polish-Texan quack stealing hundreds of thousands of pounds from vulnerable cancer patients - and followed the whole debacle including high-profile bloggers such as Morgan, and eventually the likes of Cancer Research UK weighing in (on our side of course :p ).

    I think all this is an excellent example why of we are in dire need of better critical thinking lessons in schools. And, for goodness' sake, in all our Physics, Chemistry, and Biology lessons, can't someone somewhere devote an hour or two to explaining how the scientific method actually works and how research is supposed to be conducted?!?!
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  3. sospiro's Avatar
    Excellent.

    Did you see this?
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  4. rattzzable's Avatar
    Wow, the three story's sound like a happy Jesus story with a Jungian personality theory widely missed with a Freudian linguistic downfall of modern society due to couch based web wisdom
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  5. mwaseem's Avatar
    i see your site and like him very much
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  6. jdavid's Avatar
    Great stuff, Po, if asked to relate the story or else, I'd be better off shooting myself, but I laughed all the way through!
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  7. Aramis's Avatar
    Here is fourth: a guy wants to cap a druphark but he reaches ancient city of Virk-Verk where they call him OOOO DEAR, DEAR, COME and he comes but there is only empty cup and he drinks from it wine that he brought with himself, it's red and warm and when it touches his lips he learns that it is the wine hhe brought here and it doesn't come from the cup and the cup was empty it brings him mad and he runs around but the cup is gone it lives near the sea where the other cups, less shining but which served as model for this cup live as well and at the sea they live and the cup doesn't even bear the traces of his lips with which he was drinking from it the wine he brought with himself
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  8. Polednice's Avatar
    :D I'm glad you liked it! Yes, I did write it myself - fairly recently, and based on the factual shenanigans of my strange older brother. :p
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  9. clavichorder's Avatar
    LOL. This is my kind of humor. You wrote this? It reminds me of a blunter version of this book I read recently called "about a boy" by David Hornby, you've got the british thing going! "not a woman beating chav at all, just just a meat beating late adolescent" It had a happy ending.
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  10. samurai's Avatar
    Polednice, I am so sorry to learn of your continuing physical and emotional travails. I wish I could say that I believed in God so that I could say a prayer for your quick and complete recovery; however, I'll say a prayer in my own secular way.
    Hang in there, buddy, we are all pulling for you!
    Sincerely,
    Steve Marcus
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  11. Sid James's Avatar
    i also hope you get better. you are young & your body can recover quickly. don't worry too much about study/work, health is the most important, once you deal with that, you will be on the right path. just "hang in there" as pierre says above...
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  12. Potiphera's Avatar
    Hi Polednice,

    Sorry to hear you are going through a rough patch. I hope you will be feeling much better soon.
    Best wishes
    Potiphera.
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  13. Polednice's Avatar
    The internet has been a great saviour, actually. I wouldn't get it anywhere else - I have it here just because it's a teaching hospital, and I'm a student at the university :D
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  14. itywltmt's Avatar
    At least, you have Internet access at the hospital - that has to be something of a comfort...

    I hope this doesn't sound too hollow, but get well soon and hang in there, buddy.

    Pierre
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  15. Huilunsoittaja's Avatar
    This is really neat!

    The Water Goblin is another really cool tone poem.
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  16. Edward Elgar's Avatar
    Amazing! I might start enjoying Dvor√°k as a consequence of those videos! I'm definitely excited about the Manfred Symphony on your channel!
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  17. emiellucifuge's Avatar
    *head explodes*

    Perhaps you can also integrate:
    Flickr/Picasa/etc... for easy posting of images
    Twitter - for easy tweeting of posts
    Blogging website for synchronised blog posts
    Google stuff: they have everything.

    etc........
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  18. Polednice's Avatar
    [QUOTE=Frederik Magle;bt13]Tsk tsk...

    Just wait till I activate the facebook intergration system... :p[/QUOTE]

    NOOOOOO!!!!! :p
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  19. Frederik Magle's Avatar
    Tsk tsk...

    Just wait till I activate the facebook intergration system...
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  20. Meaghan's Avatar
    It is a little facebooky-looking, isn't it? But I like this feature, and look forward to reading people's posts. I will be interested to see what impact, if any, the presence of blogs will have on the character of the threads.
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