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July 09, 2014, 03:55:25 AM
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Not certain of fitting the socially acceptable profile of an academic but despite my best efforts, I do have enemies and is such a situation not common?
Aren't enemies like beacons, in that, although you very much want to keep clear of them, you are glad they are there because they show you whether you are in the right path?
Isn't it always the ones you don't see that get you though?
Surely you include the ones that you see, but do not recognize as such, don't you?
But would that not require one to know the exact amount of enemies one may have?

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July 09, 2014, 04:14:59 AM
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Not certain of fitting the socially acceptable profile of an academic but despite my best efforts, I do have enemies and is such a situation not common?
Aren't enemies like beacons, in that, although you very much want to keep clear of them, you are glad they are there because they show you whether you are in the right path?
Isn't it always the ones you don't see that get you though?
Surely you include the ones that you see, but do not recognize as such, don't you?
But would that not require one to know the exact amount of enemies one may have?


I suppose that dendends on whether or not one follows the teachings of Sun Tzu. then, doesn't it?

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July 09, 2014, 09:31:49 AM
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Not certain of fitting the socially acceptable profile of an academic but despite my best efforts, I do have enemies and is such a situation not common?
Aren't enemies like beacons, in that, although you very much want to keep clear of them, you are glad they are there because they show you whether you are in the right path?
Isn't it always the ones you don't see that get you though?
Surely you include the ones that you see, but do not recognize as such, don't you?
But would that not require one to know the exact amount of enemies one may have?
I suppose that depends on whether or not one follows the teachings of Sun Tzu. then, doesn't it?
Sorry, which teaching specifically?

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July 09, 2014, 11:19:43 AM
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Not certain of fitting the socially acceptable profile of an academic but despite my best efforts, I do have enemies and is such a situation not common?
Aren't enemies like beacons, in that, although you very much want to keep clear of them, you are glad they are there because they show you whether you are in the right path?
Isn't it always the ones you don't see that get you though?
Surely you include the ones that you see, but do not recognize as such, don't you?
But would that not require one to know the exact amount of enemies one may have?
I suppose that depends on whether or not one follows the teachings of Sun Tzu. then, doesn't it?
Sorry, which teaching specifically?

Studies in The Art of War; isn't that obvious?

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July 09, 2014, 03:00:36 PM
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Not certain of fitting the socially acceptable profile of an academic but despite my best efforts, I do have enemies and is such a situation not common?
Aren't enemies like beacons, in that, although you very much want to keep clear of them, you are glad they are there because they show you whether you are in the right path?
Isn't it always the ones you don't see that get you though?
Surely you include the ones that you see, but do not recognize as such, don't you?
But would that not require one to know the exact amount of enemies one may have?
I suppose that depends on whether or not one follows the teachings of Sun Tzu. then, doesn't it?
Sorry, which teaching specifically?
Studies in The Art of War; isn't that obvious?
Can you believe that I confused him with Lao-Tzu?

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July 09, 2014, 03:36:48 PM
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Not certain of fitting the socially acceptable profile of an academic but despite my best efforts, I do have enemies and is such a situation not common?
Aren't enemies like beacons, in that, although you very much want to keep clear of them, you are glad they are there because they show you whether you are in the right path?
Isn't it always the ones you don't see that get you though?
Surely you include the ones that you see, but do not recognize as such, don't you?
But would that not require one to know the exact amount of enemies one may have?
I suppose that depends on whether or not one follows the teachings of Sun Tzu. then, doesn't it?
Sorry, which teaching specifically?
Studies in The Art of War; isn't that obvious?
Can you believe that I confused him with Lao-Tzu?


Yes, that would be easy to do especially if one were not wide awake at the time, would it not?

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July 09, 2014, 04:12:12 PM
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why is your post just a quote without a question?
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July 09, 2014, 04:16:07 PM
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why is your post just a quote without a question?
Perhaps because the end-of-quote mark ended up in the wrong place?

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July 09, 2014, 04:56:35 PM
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I wouldn't know that, I just registered Cheesy

Are there any more fun games around here? Cheesy
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July 09, 2014, 05:00:29 PM
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I wouldn't know that, I just registered Cheesy

Are there any more fun games around here? Cheesy

Primedice.com is very fun if you can afford some recreational gambling. Have you tried it yet?
Note: Only risk what you can afford to lose, and enjoy the good times.

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July 09, 2014, 05:05:40 PM
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I did Cheesy

I lost some money but I quadripled my investment until I got it back Cheesy

do you think doubling when you lose is a smart idea?
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July 09, 2014, 05:09:22 PM
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I wouldn't know that, I just registered Cheesy
Are there any more fun games around here? Cheesy
Primedice.com is very fun if you can afford some recreational gambling. Have you tried it yet?
Is there anything more annoying than spam?

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July 09, 2014, 05:10:50 PM
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[ ... ]?
I wouldn't know that, I just registered Cheesy
Are there any more fun games around here? Cheesy
Primedice.com is very fun if you can afford some recreational gambling. Have you tried it yet?
Is there anything more annoying than spam?
Sockpuppets, maybe?

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July 09, 2014, 06:12:56 PM
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[ ... ]?
I wouldn't know that, I just registered Cheesy
Are there any more fun games around here? Cheesy
Primedice.com is very fun if you can afford some recreational gambling. Have you tried it yet?
Is there anything more annoying than spam?
Sockpuppets, maybe?

Is that a statement or a question ?

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July 09, 2014, 07:24:32 PM
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when a sentance ends with maybe it's usually a question, maybe?
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July 09, 2014, 07:31:58 PM
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[ ... ]?
I wouldn't know that, I just registered Cheesy
Are there any more fun games around here? Cheesy
Primedice.com is very fun if you can afford some recreational gambling. Have you tried it yet?
Is there anything more annoying than spam?
Sockpuppets, maybe?
Is that a statement or a question ?
How could it be a statement, given that it has a question mark at the end?

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July 09, 2014, 07:47:26 PM
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[ ... ]?
I wouldn't know that, I just registered Cheesy
Are there any more fun games around here? Cheesy
Primedice.com is very fun if you can afford some recreational gambling. Have you tried it yet?
Is there anything more annoying than spam?
Sockpuppets, maybe?
Is that a statement or a question ?
How could it be a statement, given that it has a question mark at the end?


perhaps the author missed a letter and pressed the wrong button?
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July 09, 2014, 07:49:06 PM
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[ ... ]?
I wouldn't know that, I just registered Cheesy
Are there any more fun games around here? Cheesy
Primedice.com is very fun if you can afford some recreational gambling. Have you tried it yet?
Is there anything more annoying than spam?
Sockpuppets, maybe?
Is that a statement or a question ?
How could it be a statement, given that it has a question mark at the end?


perhaps the author missed a letter and pressed the wrong button?

I've done that and hasn't almost everyone?

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July 09, 2014, 07:54:04 PM
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I haven't done that all my life
how abour the rest of you?
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July 09, 2014, 07:57:56 PM
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I haven't done that all my life
how abour the rest of you?
Was that "abour" your first time ever then, or are you being facetious?

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