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January 10, 2006

Lack of curiosity

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About the troubling state of lack of curiosity: In a world where everything is worth knowing, nothing is

According to students enrolled in professor Michael Rosenthal's Philosophy 101 course at Dartmouth University, that guy, Darrin Floen, the one who sits at the back of the class and acts like he's Aristotle, seriously needs to shut up

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Being a woman of small brain, i still know enough when to make no comment to prove it but rather wish you a nice day instead ;-)

Posted by: Anne at Jan 10, 2006 6:20:31 AM

the fellow who sits at the back of the philosophy class and acts like he's Aristotle reminds me of a story told about sidney morgenbesser in which a professor of linguistic philosophy, during a lecture, stated that a double negative has a positive meaning in some languages and a very negative meaning in others. he then went on to observe that in no language does a double positive have a negative meaning, at which point good old sidney, sitting floenlike at the back, piped up with a jeering 'yeah yeah...'

Posted by: burst rhino at Jan 10, 2006 8:55:26 AM

Too similar to Notpr0n (http://deathball.net/notpron) maybe? At least the first levels are exactly the same thing. Also, being "frvade" strangely similar to "fraude", the spanish word for "fraud"... let's just say it seems strange enough.

Posted by: arkham at Jan 12, 2006 8:52:48 AM

Gear up for grub with a tripleheader of pigskin, including a meeting of brothers in Dallas. Everybody knows it's been a rough year for her, but find out who else had issues

Posted by: Jessica at Nov 23, 2007 2:18:40 AM