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"We can't allow things that are inaccurate to stand." — The Word of Our Dan, February 19, 2008.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Zeitgeist

Some things that the editorial staff of The Telegram have on their minds of late:

Government transparency.

The corrosion of legislative process.

Ethnic demagoguery.

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At 11:11 AM, September 15, 2010 , Blogger Polly said...

Though not a student of Sorel's philosophies , this passage denotes for me a parallelism with that of the psyche of the average Newfoundlander with regards Danny Williams ,the Demigod . "

"Sorel argued, the revolutionary myth may, like religion, continue to thrive in "the profounder regions of our mental life," in those realms unreachable by mere reason and argument, where even a hundred proofs of failure are insufficient to wean us from those primordial illusions that we so badly wish to be true".~~Georges Sorel~~

 
At 11:29 PM, September 15, 2010 , Blogger Cain said...

Though not a student of Polly's ramblings, this passage denotes for me a parallelism with the Wonderful Grand Band's epic tome UIC.

Jaymie Snider stated, "... as you're lighting up the fireplace with your Bachelor of Arts."

 
At 10:32 AM, September 16, 2010 , Blogger Polly said...

I thought I detected that distinctive odour of burning sheepskin in the air ...

 

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