A thesis on the subject of geo-political demographic mapping

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A thesis on the subject of geo-political demographic mapping

Post by MegaKitsune » Tue Apr 17, 2007 7:05 pm

No actually, this isn't. Sorry if I misled you, but I see topics like that here all the time.

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There is never anything interesting going on here! It always goes like this:

CORLYSS: *Boring political crap that no one reads, they just start flaming anyway*

RALPH: "My my, that's offensive! Please refrain from posting offensive material, or I will be forced to once again ask you to please refrain from posting offensive material. Thank you."

BARRY: "Here here, ol' chap!"

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This type of stuff may be fascinating to you, but it isn't to me. ._.

Can someone please remove my account? Thank you. ^_^
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Post by piston » Tue Apr 17, 2007 7:09 pm

Define "interesting."
Edit: From what you have posted, I can only guess that Sibelius' Valse Triste is interesting. Everyting else is in the Pub. Come back and do tell us more about the music you find interesting.

Brendan

Post by Brendan » Tue Apr 17, 2007 7:34 pm

Damn! I was interested in such a topic.

If you don't want to read or post here, just don't surf this way for awhile. Sometimes it's more interesting than others, of course. Hope you find something you think interesting out there. I mean, where else are you going to find something like the story of roping a deer on the same page as an advocation of Aristotle's idea of philosophical mean?

Political threads are relatively easy to avoid if you want to, IMHO.

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Post by jbuck919 » Tue Apr 17, 2007 8:13 pm

Demographic mapping is a real concept. Since it is all geo-political, this part of the phrasing is redundant. No modern scholar would call his work "a thesis on"; it is assumed to be that. 8)

Seriously, we have a very high level of literacy here and, contrary to what we may kid one another about on occasion (and on occasion be guilty of, including myself), a low level of pretentiousness. We may not satisfy deep scholars on specific subjects, but I think we are a little more than a bunch of dilettantes (or is that dilletantes?). I don't go anywhere else on the web for the level of discourse I find here. Every time I have tried, I have been disappointed. Would that there were a cafe in town.....

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Post by Harvested Sorrow » Tue Apr 17, 2007 8:14 pm

I'll say this much for ya, MegaKitsune: The game your sig picture comes from is brilliant. :D

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Post by living_stradivarius » Tue Apr 17, 2007 8:32 pm

jbuck919 wrote:We may not satisfy deep scholars on specific subjects, but I think we are a little more than a bunch of dilettantes (or is that dilletantes?). I don't go anywhere else on the web for the level of discourse I find here. Every time I have tried, I have been disappointed. Would that there were a cafe in town.....
Dilettante- d-i-l- as in diluted. I prefer being called a courtier. No Starbucks where you are? :lol: Prepare to be invaded.

Well Megakitsune, you could start an interesting topic of your own...
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Sorry, you're stuck here. For good.


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Post by Harvested Sorrow » Wed Apr 18, 2007 12:06 am

I made it to question 30 on the Impossible Quiz. I'm giving up for a while.

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