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Grieg

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  1. Maybe not, my good friend and I learned of Objectivism throught the Libertarian party. A perversion of the facts could lead people to discover the truth if they're interested enough.
  2. Personality Types (Myer-Briggs)

    ENTJ first extrovert to post! Extroverted 33 Intuitive 88 Thinking 50 Judging 33 It was a toss up on quite a few of those, though.
  3. Most likely #3. He could just make a new nick and post again though. Was he banned as a result of this thread? To the point, I agree with David and DPW that dishonesty is what's wrong with sarcasm. It's completely unnecessary and it detracts from the true meaning of what's being said.
  4. Could it be similar to going to the E.R. where they save you first, and charge you later? The firemen put out your fire, and then charge you for it. There'd probably be some sort of contract saying, "In the event I need the services of the fire department, I will be willing to pay." But still, If you don't want to sign the contract, do they let your property burn and endanger the property of others?
  5. "'A Streetcar Named Marge' 402 9F18 Original Airdate: 10/01/92 Marge is cast in the role of Blanche DuBois in Oh! Streetcar, the musical version of A Streetcar Named Desire directed by the flamboyant Llewellyn Sinclair at the Springfield Community Center. Homer isn't very supportive of Marge's interest in acting, so she uses her anger towards him for inspiration in some of the play's more emotional moments. Acting opposite Ned Flanders as Stanley Kowalski, Marge gets so absorbed in her role that at one point she nearly slashes Ned with a broken bottle. Meanwhile, Maggie has been placed in day care at the Ayn Rand School for Tots and leads a rebellion against the strict teachers. Watching Marge perform in the play, Homer is moved and realizes he should have been more supportive." I've not seen it, but from the description it appears Maggie leads the revolt of the proletariat.
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