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Tolerance

participants are welcome to contribute to this thread on the subject of
tolerance
 
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jirjis wrote:
> Tolerance
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> participants are welcome to contribute to this thread on the subject of
> tolerance
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I can't tolerate discussions about tolerance.

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Baba Nam Kevalam

Jai Bagwan

"jirjis" <jirjis@email2me.net> wrote in message
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> Tolerance
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> participants are welcome to contribute to this thread on the subject of tolerance
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Anyone here played/playing Painkiller? I am in the catacombs, and saw a
soul and a red cloud beneath a bridge, but once I get down to where they
are, I can't get back up. Any clues about how to get these without dying?
 
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you have been kind enough to join us

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> jirjis wrote:
>> Tolerance
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>> participants are welcome to contribute to this thread on the subject of
>> tolerance
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> I can't tolerate discussions about tolerance.
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> dmh
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jirjis wrote:
> you have been kind enough to join us
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1. I can't tolerant being called "kind."
2. I can't tolerate "joining."

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Killah Gorillah <th@t.bitch> wrote in
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> Any clues about how to get these without dying?

Oce you have the goodies, scoot round the little ledge to the other side,
face the wall near the bridge, and jump like a ah heck till you get to the
top.

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> 1. I can't tolerant being called "kind."
> 2. I can't tolerate "joining."
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> dmh
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I can't tolerate crossposting from an insignificant, juvenile little
newsgroup
 
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discussing a joining kind of called being

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> jirjis wrote:
>> you have been kind enough to join us
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> 1. I can't tolerant being called "kind."
> 2. I can't tolerate "joining."
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> dmh
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jirjis wrote:
> discussing a joining kind of called being
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1. I can't tolerate "discussing a joining."

2. I can't tolerate a "kind of called being"

3. I can't tolerate a "joining kind of called."

Put them all together they spell "MOTHER."

4. I can't tolerate "putting them all together."

5. I can't tolerate "MOTHER."

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On Mon, 11 Apr 2005 22:25:42 -0500, Dale Houstman <dmh7@skypoint.com>
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>jirjis wrote:
>> Tolerance
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>> participants are welcome to contribute to this thread on the subject of
>> tolerance
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>I can't tolerate discussions about tolerance.

il y a des maisons pour ça.

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UBU

pour un homme d'état, il n'est qu'une chose irréparable, l'honnêteté.
L'honnêteté est inerte et stérile, elle ignore la mise en valeur des appétits
et des ambitions, les seules énergies par quoi on fonde quelque chose de durable.

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UBUjean-jacques viala wrote:
> On Mon, 11 Apr 2005 22:25:42 -0500, Dale Houstman <dmh7@skypoint.com>
> wrote:
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>>jirjis wrote:
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>>>Tolerance
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>>>participants are welcome to contribute to this thread on the subject of
>>>tolerance
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>>I can't tolerate discussions about tolerance.
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> il y a des maisons pour ça.
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> --
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> UBU
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Hu yew Ubu, boo hoo. Tu Too too "tutu"? Nu.

Mais les maisons sont lemur, mais oui...

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"Dale Houstman" <dmh7@skypoint.com> wrote in message
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> jirjis wrote:
>> discussing a joining kind of called being
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> 1. I can't tolerate "discussing a joining."
>
> 2. I can't tolerate a "kind of called being"
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> 3. I can't tolerate a "joining kind of called."
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> Put them all together they spell "MOTHER."
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> 4. I can't tolerate "putting them all together."
>
> 5. I can't tolerate "MOTHER."
>
> dmh
>

we wouldnt call you kind
after you slapped that penniless mime

they didn't call you a human being
after you sawed off those children's feet for cheating

You wouldn't join the circus,
because you hated the smiling tutu-ed hypopottamus

When mother said you couldn't spell,
you threw her down the wishing well!

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Object Relations is a set of theories which postulate that relationships,
beginning with the mother-infant dyad, are primary, and that intrapsychic,
interpersonal, and group experiences lay the foundation for the development
of individual identity. The individual's interpretation of these
relationships- both conscious and unconscious- becomes the basis for later
relations with others, in friendship, marriage, and raising a family.


"Dale Houstman" <dmh7@skypoint.com> wrote in message
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> jirjis wrote:
>> discussing a joining kind of called being
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> 1. I can't tolerate "discussing a joining."
>
> 2. I can't tolerate a "kind of called being"
>
> 3. I can't tolerate a "joining kind of called."
>
> Put them all together they spell "MOTHER."
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> 4. I can't tolerate "putting them all together."
>
> 5. I can't tolerate "MOTHER."
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> dmh
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jirjis wrote:
> Object Relations is a set of theories which postulate that relationships,
> beginning with the mother-infant dyad, are primary, and that intrapsychic,
> interpersonal, and group experiences lay the foundation for the development
> of individual identity. The individual's interpretation of these
> relationships- both conscious and unconscious- becomes the basis for later
> relations with others, in friendship, marriage, and raising a family.
>
>
I object to relations.

I set upon theories.

I slay the foundations.

I raze the family.

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you are still talking about you
 
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Before the inundation there were seventy thousand valleys in Jahannum with
seventy six thousand hillocks in each valley. There is a valley in Jahannum
called Jabal Hazan from which this section of Jahannum seeks refuge seventy
tmes a day from the intensity of the punishment and the heat. Jahannum is so
deep that if a rock is thrown into it, it will take more than seventy years
to reach the bottom. It is also mentioned in the Mishkat-ul-Masabih that the
fire of this world that Almighty Allah blessed humanity with originated from
just one single flame of Jahannum that had to be washed seventy times before
it was brought down to earth. Just one drop of the stench of Jahannum is
enough to kill the entire human race.

blowing bubbles in a vaccum

ponderously rebuilding atlantis in the bay of bengal

the sun keeps rising

http://members.tripod.com/maseeh1/advices7/id192.htm
 
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As the sun comes over Jahannum
and the royalty are bathing in rum
we're tolerating another sunrise.

As the businessmen eat their cheese
alongside the goblins of Hades
we're tolerating another sunrise.

When the fish won't swim underwater
as the seas smell like piss and offal
we're tolerating another sunrise.

When the valleys have no leaves
and the babies are set out to bleed
we're tolerating another Jahannum sunrise.

-john
 
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john adams wrote:
> As the sun comes over Jahannum
> and the royalty are bathing in rum
> we're tolerating another sunrise.
>
> As the businessmen eat their cheese
> alongside the goblins of Hades
> we're tolerating another sunrise.
>
> When the fish won't swim underwater
> as the seas smell like piss and offal
> we're tolerating another sunrise.
>
> When the valleys have no leaves
> and the babies are set out to bleed
> we're tolerating another Jahannum sunrise.
>
> -john
>
>

We Are Tolerated


We are tolerated.
We get "tolerated".
We talk of toleration
Which is tolerated.
We accelerate.
We get "accelerated".
We talk of acceleration
As it acclerates.
No more lessons.
No less morons.
We are tolerated.

We like liberation.
We are "liberators".
We talk of liberation
As we liberate.
We seek admiration.
We are not "admired."
We buy admiration
Which is not admiration.
No more running.
Just raw money.
We are tolerated.

Just barely
And barely that.
We are tolerated
Because we're fat.
Not likely
We are unliked.
We are admired.
The wheels. The bike.

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How many times would you like to repeat the sublime

a mountain to scale

seven words prescribe yourself

rebuilding atlantis in the bay of bengal

rbldng tlnts n th by f bngl

ldng ts l

dng s

olci

ba nan a

"Dale Houstman" <dmh7@skypoint.com> wrote in message
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> john adams wrote:
>> As the sun comes over Jahannum
>> and the royalty are bathing in rum
>> we're tolerating another sunrise.
>>
>> As the businessmen eat their cheese
>> alongside the goblins of Hades
>> we're tolerating another sunrise.
>>
>> When the fish won't swim underwater
>> as the seas smell like piss and offal
>> we're tolerating another sunrise.
>>
>> When the valleys have no leaves
>> and the babies are set out to bleed
>> we're tolerating another Jahannum sunrise.
>>
>> -john
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> We Are Tolerated
>
>
> We are tolerated.
> We get "tolerated".
> We talk of toleration
> Which is tolerated.
> We accelerate.
> We get "accelerated".
> We talk of acceleration
> As it acclerates.
> No more lessons.
> No less morons.
> We are tolerated.
>
> We like liberation.
> We are "liberators".
> We talk of liberation
> As we liberate.
> We seek admiration.
> We are not "admired."
> We buy admiration
> Which is not admiration.
> No more running.
> Just raw money.
> We are tolerated.
>
> Just barely
> And barely that.
> We are tolerated
> Because we're fat.
> Not likely
> We are unliked.
> We are admired.
> The wheels. The bike.
>
> dmh
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"Dale Houstman" <dmh7@skypoint.com> wrote in message
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>
> john adams wrote:
>> As the sun comes over Jahannum
>> and the royalty are bathing in rum
>> we're tolerating another sunrise.
>>
>> As the businessmen eat their cheese
>> alongside the goblins of Hades
>> we're tolerating another sunrise.
>>
>> When the fish won't swim underwater
>> as the seas smell like piss and offal
>> we're tolerating another sunrise.
>>
>> When the valleys have no leaves
>> and the babies are set out to bleed
>> we're tolerating another Jahannum sunrise.
>>
>> -john
>
> We Are Tolerated
>
>
> We are tolerated.
> We get "tolerated".
> We talk of toleration
> Which is tolerated.
> We accelerate.
> We get "accelerated".
> We talk of acceleration
> As it acclerates.
> No more lessons.
> No less morons.
> We are tolerated.
>
> We like liberation.
> We are "liberators".
> We talk of liberation
> As we liberate.
> We seek admiration.
> We are not "admired."
> We buy admiration
> Which is not admiration.
> No more running.
> Just raw money.
> We are tolerated.
>
> Just barely
> And barely that.
> We are tolerated
> Because we're fat.
> Not likely
> We are unliked.
> We are admired.
> The wheels. The bike.
>
> dmh


Some lies
are better tolerated
never explained.

Some people
are better off
not using their brains.

Sometimes the rich
eat the poor
with a bit of shame.

Sometimes cops
beat peasants
with long canes.

Sometimes the night
is longer than
the day.

When sleep
is not had
and dreams slip into the fray.

Some lies
are better tolerated
never explained.

Some people
are better off
not using their brains.

Sometimes the rich
eat the poor
with a bit of shame.

Sometimes cops
beat peasants
with long canes.

Sometimes the night
is longer than
the day.

When the world
is dreamed through
the eyes of the tamed.

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On Tue, 12 Apr 2005 03:02:16 GMT, "jirjis" <jirjis@email2me.net>
wrote:

>Tolerance
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>participants are welcome to contribute to this thread on the subject of
>tolerance
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Okay, well, if you're referring to tolerance of some stupid one-line
message that spawns over 50 replies over 4 newsgroups, then I would
say no, no, a thousand times NO.
 
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to which clan do you belong ?

""Reb" Ruster" <rruster@rebulon.net> wrote in message
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> On Tue, 12 Apr 2005 03:02:16 GMT, "jirjis" <jirjis@email2me.net>
> wrote:
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>>Tolerance
>>
>>participants are welcome to contribute to this thread on the subject of
>>tolerance
>>
>>
>
> Okay, well, if you're referring to tolerance of some stupid one-line
> message that spawns over 50 replies over 4 newsgroups, then I would
> say no, no, a thousand times NO.
>