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Generally, little people initiate some animosity. (it's in code))
Markoff Chaney
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Generally, little people initiate some animosity. (it's in code))
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Perfectly intelligent, educated citizens even orate filth since height is treasure. For unwary lazy louts or freaks, simplicity passes you when answers are ready even and notice details. Trouble reigns, only jests are neglected, seriously . Discuss?
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Aquarius
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RE: Generally, little people initiate some animosity.
Some random internet guy  Wrote: (04-11-2012 02:58 AM)
Perfectly intelligent, educated citizens even orate filth since height is treasure. Discuss?

Discuss? For starters, I would say that education does not necessarily equate intelligence.

chuckle

"Detest what is evil, cling to what is good." Romans 12:2
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RE: Generally, little people initiate some animosity.
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Markoff Chaney
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RE: Generally, little people initiate some animosity.
Aquarius  Wrote: (04-11-2012 03:01 AM)
Some random internet guy  Wrote: (04-11-2012 02:58 AM)
Perfectly intelligent, educated citizens even orate filth since height is treasure. Discuss?

Discuss? For starters, I would say that education does not necessarily equate intelligence.

chuckle

That is a given, but perhaps you didn't read between the lines.
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RE: Generally, little people initiate some animosity.
Knowledge and wisdom and intelligence.

Different things.

Physical ability, also different.

Humans naturally want the strongest, tallest people as a trait left over from hunter gatherer days.

Just like overly thin and overly thick women are less attractive (to most) than a medium woman with child bearing hips.

Yay nature!
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Markoff Chaney
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RE: Generally, little people initiate some animosity.
Ace  Wrote: (04-11-2012 03:02 AM)
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I could be referring to one such as these.
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RE: Generally, little people initiate some animosity. (hint, all is not as it may appear)
Some random internet guy  Wrote: (04-11-2012 03:04 AM)
Aquarius  Wrote: (04-11-2012 03:01 AM)
Some random internet guy  Wrote: (04-11-2012 02:58 AM)
Perfectly intelligent, educated citizens even orate filth since height is treasure. Discuss?

Discuss? For starters, I would say that education does not necessarily equate intelligence.

chuckle

That is a given, but perhaps you didn't read between the lines.

There was only one line.

chuckle

"Detest what is evil, cling to what is good." Romans 12:2
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Markoff Chaney
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RE: Generally, little people initiate some animosity. (hint, all is not as it may appear)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-11-2012 03:04 AM)
Knowledge and wisdom and intelligence.

Different things.

Physical ability, also different.

Humans naturally want the strongest, tallest people as a trait left over from hunter gatherer days.

Just like overly thin and overly thick women are less attractive (to most) than a medium woman with child bearing hips.

Yay nature!

Again, I say that you haven't quite grasped my intent and read between the lines.
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Markoff Chaney
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RE: Generally, little people initiate some animosity. (hint, all is not as it may appear)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-11-2012 03:04 AM)
Knowledge and wisdom and intelligence.

Different things.

Physical ability, also different.

Humans naturally want the strongest, tallest people as a trait left over from hunter gatherer days.

Just like overly thin and overly thick women are less attractive (to most) than a medium woman with child bearing hips.

Yay nature!

Damned double post, but read what I have written very carefully!
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Markoff Chaney
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RE: Generally, little people initiate some animosity. (hint, all is not as it may appear)
Aquarius  Wrote: (04-11-2012 03:09 AM)
Some random internet guy  Wrote: (04-11-2012 03:04 AM)
Aquarius  Wrote: (04-11-2012 03:01 AM)
Discuss? For starters, I would say that education does not necessarily equate intelligence.

chuckle

That is a given, but perhaps you didn't read between the lines.

There was only one line.

chuckle

On a physical level, yes, but...
There is a deeper layer and I'm sure everyone on here would agree. Am I wrong?
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RE: Generally, little people initiate some animosity. (hint, hidden question)
Some random internet guy  Wrote: (04-11-2012 03:04 AM)
Aquarius  Wrote: (04-11-2012 03:01 AM)
Some random internet guy  Wrote: (04-11-2012 02:58 AM)
Perfectly intelligent, educated citizens even orate filth since height is treasure. Discuss?

Discuss? For starters, I would say that education does not necessarily equate intelligence.

chuckle

That is a given, but perhaps you didn't read between the lines.

How about a couple of good lines to read between...? Generally, I get tired of hearing the same old oration, passed off as a 'new' opinion by someone who may or may not even exist, in all truth. The height of intelligence, as it turns out, may lie in the ability to put a new face on an old failure, and sell it to the same man that just rejected the last pig when the lipstick smeared.

And somehow, it works... like magic.

It does kind of gripe you, doesn't it? I mean, it could be entirely possible to read something, and not have to wring a story out of the empty spaces between the lines of a meaningless story... Right?

...what is this which is written in the Tanakh, `'The very rock which the builders rejected has become the cornerstone’?

The Light shineth in Darkness, and the Darkness comprehendeth it not...

The 'door' to my new house... http://paradisejournal.freeforums.net/
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RE: Generally, little people initiate some animosity. (hint, hidden question)
huh. I have a history/political science professor here - who is a Dr. and who is my waist height - walks in every day with her rolling suitcase of books --- and an 8" high plastic footstool so she can get up to the chair and desk. She really has a stature of 6 plus foot tall.

She knows her biz and is a force to be reckoned with - she knows her stuff. Her stature has not stopped her at all. Thinking about taking a political science course with her next semester. I've talked with her a bit and she is one very interesting person to talk too.

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Markoff Chaney
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RE: Generally, little people initiate some animosity. (hint, hidden question)
goldenfleeced  Wrote: (04-11-2012 03:26 AM)
Some random internet guy  Wrote: (04-11-2012 03:04 AM)
Aquarius  Wrote: (04-11-2012 03:01 AM)
Discuss? For starters, I would say that education does not necessarily equate intelligence.

chuckle

That is a given, but perhaps you didn't read between the lines.

How about a couple of good lines to read between...? Generally, I get tired of hearing the same old oration, passed off as a 'new' opinion by someone who may or may not even exist, in all truth. The height of intelligence, as it turns out, may lie in the ability to put a new face on an old failure, and sell it to the same man that just rejected the last pig when the lipstick smeared.

And somehow, it works... like magic.

It does kind of gripe you, doesn't it? I mean, it could be entirely possible to read something, and not have to wring a story out of the empty spaces between the lines of a meaningless story... Right?

I see you didn't understand. The words should not be taken literally, but do give a huge clue to the true meaning.

Think outside the box! Look at the words, particularly the word order!

Now, I can't be more blatant than that without totally giving it to you.
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RE: Generally, little people initiate some animosity. (hint, hidden question)
Some random internet guy  Wrote: (04-11-2012 02:58 AM)
Perfectly intelligent, educated citizens even orate filth since height is treasure. Discuss?


Piece of shit? Really?
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Markoff Chaney
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RE: Generally, little people initiate some animosity. (hint, hidden question)
Tude  Wrote: (04-11-2012 03:28 AM)
huh. I have a history/political science professor here - who is a Dr. and who is my waist height - walks in every day with her rolling suitcase of books --- and an 8" high plastic footstool so she can get up to the chair and desk. She really has a stature of 6 plus foot tall.

She knows her biz and is a force to be reckoned with - she knows her stuff. Her stature has not stopped her at all. Thinking about taking a political science course with her next semester. I've talked with her a bit and she is one very interesting person to talk too.

Sweet Tude, it is not all about height. Height is but a small, but very important fraction of what I write.
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