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Zahal
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ok...we all know he is
lol, he can be boring and amusing, it just depends on the topic. My problem with Rush is that after he gets interesting, he gets in love with his voice and doesn't take many callers. He ends up repeating the same thing for 3 hours (or close to it).

[ May 30, 2004, 05:30 PM: Message edited by: Zahal ]

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Sorry, I don't find him amusing. I know lots of people who don't. And I am perfectly capable of enjoying artful put-downs of positions I happen to hold. You're Israeli, so maybe you know Meir Uziel? I find him hilarious. He's right wing, I'm left. I'll never forget how in 1988 he wrote "Last year we marked 20 years of occupation. This year we mark 40 years. How time flies".

(If you don't get it, do the math. It'll come to you). I think that's just a huge zinger. It's droll, it's sharp...it kills. If I laughed, at the seriously idealistic age of 18, it must be good.

Rush, however, is an oaf. His "humor" is that of the class bully, and so are his tactics. Ever wonder how come you never see him take anyone on? "Unguested confrontation" is the only kind of confrontation a craven bubblehead can survive. Read Al Franken's (truly funny) book on the subject for a complete deconstruction of the Limbaugh phenomenon.

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I'm a Canadian and an avid curler.
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No!

Not curling!

If I didn't have the non-sport of cheerleading to beat up on, I'd focus on curling (a quasi-sport).

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Give curling a try....then see how you feel after sweeping hard for 3 games in a day. [Razz] [Smile]
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shrike

That is why WP called it a quasi-sport. It does take conditioning and stuff.

How ever, I think that the two teams should be able to do full body blocks on the other teams members. They are not allowed to touch the weight thing, but the people are open seasons.

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quote:
"cheerleading"
Cheerleading is a sport, what you are talking about?
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Cheerleading is a sport, what you are talking about?
Exactly! Just because women do it doesn't necessarily mean it's not a sport!
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quote:
Cheerleaders are dancers who have gone retarded
excellent quote from one of the all time great bad movies, bring it on...
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Hi, all. First-time poster, long-time lurker.

Thought I should finally get off my duff and actually register. Suppose it's only fair.

Thanks for the great times all.

-Major Stubble

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RickyB
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Cheerleading is a sport? [Roll Eyes]
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"Cheerleading is a sport?"
Yes, and I always hate it when people totally bash the sport. First of all, one has to be able to tumble in order to even make the cheerleading squad. Seriously, if gymnastics is to be considered a legitimate sport, then cheerleading should, because both are intensive in tumbling. Plus, it takes a lot of coordination to either be a base or a flyer. Especially being a flyer, you have to have a good sense of balance and could get very hurt should you not be caught when thrown up.
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If introductions are in order, somebody should introduce me; there being no hands, I shall be obliged with some annoyance to introduce myself --disjointedly as it comes to me which may or may not reveal something to any Psych 101ers in the house.

By avocation, I am a writer: encyclopedia articles, numerous reviews, and umpteen articles; and I am an editor of numerous things.

My education has been as an educator; one never learns till one teaches, and one learns quickest not to teach.

My favorite ingenue is Margaret Rutherford.

My interests are pretty basic and ordinary: the ontogyny of consciousness and the origins of civilizations; UnNatural Selection; biographical, military, and naval history; architecture; and dogs -- but not in that order.

The greatest irritants in my life are American foreign policy; American domestic policy; the Abrahamic religions; censorship; religious hypocrisy; grammatical piety; effeminism; political propriety; motorcycles, and other fartmobiles; Mahler; postmodernist deconstructionism; random probability; semiotics; and political and religious child abuse.

My least-favorite language is French. It is the language of diplomacy and deviousness.

My loci now are New England and the Virgin Islands. New England is very civilized and reasonably safe; the Islands are neither safe nor civilized. One needs stimulating seasons or contrasts.

I hold sundry memberships in alphabet-soup orgs as befits my needs and only occasionally my interests. It's called academic dependency, and it is a form of collective mental illness. They all suck. Groups never had an idea in their lives; ideas come from individuals (in groups).

My musical preference is for law-and-order composers such as Brahms, Foote, Medtner, Prokofieff, Bartok, Hindemith, Nielsen, Stenhammer, that sort, but I should have ranked the human voice above middle C as an irritant -- especially when it is giving orders. The part of my brain responding to folk culture of all sorts has atrophied.

I am retired but I occasionally lecture.

My regular periodicals are the Economist, the Journal of Homomophilics, the Gay and Lesbian Review (which is egghead chic), The Gay Review (which is essentialist and libertarian), the Times Literary Supplement, the WSJ, and Yachting. I also read Wooden Boat and dabble in others. Magazine salesmen are wasting their time with me.

By philosophy, I am a Diogenesian Cynic -- which is to say that I prefer dogs to people.

My politics are strictly Libertarian; I do not vote for other parties at all. I am, however, also an adamant Antimonarchist, by which is implied that, when Jesus comes again, he will have to sign up for federal campaign funds like everybody else running for office. There shall be no kingdom come in this country whilst I am alive. Like many of you, I am a descendent of the founders of the Republic and that's what it is going to remain.

My position on global warming is that I am all for it.

My present projects, which because of my age must be driven in very high gear, include the imposition of Homophilics curricula in the public schools. The less the public likes of this idea the better, because it is going to come as a terrible shock to what's left of my parents' generation. If it hurts the brain, then bang the foot at the same time.

By religion I am an excommunicated Unitarian; when they refused to make me the Unit, we ceased communicating.

By sex/and/or/gender I am a masculinist, which helps to explain the religious deconversion.

My temperament, ignoring the four usual ones, tends to be tongue in nose: mucusoid perhaps; I was banned from boxing because I kept taking out my gun. As a bicyclist, I have oft been obliged to use the defense that, had I followed the rules of the road, I would long since have been dead. Civilization was not a steady progression of legislation and following rules. It was a series of revolutions -- which may be an odd thing to hear from a devout Libertarian, but civilization, being unnatural, is a paradox.

My interest in this forum, as opposed to others on the net, was its relative objectivity, keeping its mind on a topic and dissecting it. Biographs disturb that objectivity, not that they don't give clues to future arguments and adversaries. In this respect, I would admit to playing Devil's advocate on occasion but, since I am a monotheist and therefore do not believe in the Devil (nor can any other monotheist believing in God), that would be disarming without declaring peace.

I found everyone's exposition most interesting, entertaining, and offering prospects for some good mindgames henceforth; but I don't kiss referees' behinds and I've been known to boo cheerleaders.

N.B. R.B.:

Cheerleading is definitely a sport: it's hype, advertising, sitting around, jumping up and down, and all that's missing is the injury reports (of which there could be more if they took their sport more seriously). - A Braves and Patriots Fan -

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Politius
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Um...i guess. Im 25, Chinese-American (one of the few who admit it), i actually do martial arts, including Taekwondo (for 11 years [going on 12]) and kendo (less than a year). I'm a 3rd degree black belt. I love discussing philosophy and politics, and um...reading?
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RickyB
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Well, I have a problem with all so-called sports that require subjective judgement to tell the winner. Cheerleading is an athletic pursuit, but not a sport. Same goes for gymnastics.
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So the same would apply to figure skating?
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Wow. I'm gonna have to agree with RickyB here. It's not a real sport unless you have an indisputable way of determining who wins.

You know, like chess. [Smile]

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Richard Dey
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Well, to be a good sport I'll jump up and down and stand corrected; but I do sometimes find the cheerleaders more sporting than the athletes.

Welcome Politius; this group needs a few kicks (;-).

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Cheerleading: A recent amalgamation of sports. Where girls end up hurt bad. Treat it more like the sport it is, maybe it'll be safer for the kids doing it.

[ June 12, 2004, 01:51 AM: Message edited by: Zyne ]

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RickyB
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chess doesn't have the physical exertion part. It's a competitive endeavor, but not a sport.

And yes, FIJC, the same applies to figure skating, ballroom dancing, syncronized swimming, high diving...

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So boxing is only a sport when it's decided by knockout? How about team sports in general, which are all commonly decided by close calls by the officials?
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RickyB
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close calls are not the same. Boxing...is a toughie.
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I’ve been lurking on this board for over a year now, so it’s past time for me to introduce myself and start posting.
I am an eighteen-year-old female from Ohio. I just graduated from home school. I plan on starting college in the fall with an aerospace engineering major.
As far as hobbies go, I enjoy reading, writing, playing the piano, liturgical dance, and space history. My favorite authors are OSC (of course), Terry Pratchett, Tolkien, and Asimov, although I will read almost anything.
I’m Catholic and conservative, although I’m not an official member of any party. That’s one of the reasons I like this board – it’s a good place to see different ideas and opinions reasoned out.

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Terry Pratchett is the funniest man alive.
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Jondi...
Oh my, another young Catholic conservative.

Welcome to the club [Smile]

Tezcatlipoca = Catholic conservative 19-year-old guy... and did you say aerospace and Tolkien? In fact, did you say piano? Did you say you enjoyed reading?
Are you sure you're not related?

WarrsawPact = plain old Catholic conservative 19-year-old guy.

Let's take care not to become any kind of pigeonholed Flame Warrior groups.

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msquared
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How about a middle aged Catholic conservative?

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As far as I know, I've never met Tezcatlipoca. Still, online one is never quite sure. :-)
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Wow. And I always thought youngsters like me (20! hah!) were a small minority on this board.
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Ivan

I would say that most members are in their 20's. Or to put a better way, members in their 20's make up the largest single group.

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I've already posted a few times in various things, thought I should add an introduction.

I'm 21 entering my senior year as a math and physics major. I enjoy taking history classes and reading about various events in history as well. I am open to many ideas across the political spectrum. Everything from some libertarian ideas to socialist principals. It's reflected in my personality, I once took a personality test that said I was equal parts idealist and realist.

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Well I suppose I should introduce myself, I'm a 21 year Male. I'm curently enlisted in the United States Army in the Infantry. I enjoy reading history of all sorts, fiction, just about anything I can get my hands on. To be honest I can find some truth in most philosophies and ideas. Its simply which ones to choose that can be tricky at times. I also just came off a one year tour in Iraq with the 101st ABN Division 502nd INF regiment.
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I might as well introduce myself before entering debate here. I'm midway through my twenty third year working on a Manufacturing Engineering degree and I work alot on Japanese and Music as well.

I'm keeping Japanese up because my profession origanated in Japan, and I wouldn't mind working there and finding out some of their work plans and ideas about production organization.

Music on the other hand is one thing that helps keep me sane and calm. I would never do it professionally because it would lose many of its aspects that I treasure most about playing music.

I generally consider myself a moderate that stays on top of current events. Though it seems that being a moderate generally means that I have some views that makes conservatives angry and some views that make liberals angry, and some views that both can compromise towards. [Wink]

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I tend to lurk but think I might possibly post every now and again. Some of you may know me from the "other side" and I may know some of you. As we all know, I am a uniformly sweet, reasonable and kind person. I never make inopportune comments, or crack jokes that are off-color, and I certainly never make any statements without plenty of back-up documentation.

For real sports, try roofing. Starting with the tear-off and ending with clean-up. Use strict time limits and get paid by the job completion, not the hour. There's a sport for ya.

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I'm 17 and a girl, and i'm a really ignorant kid with a bad memory. I hate politics but I like knowing what's going on. Anyway I'm here to catch up on my ignorance of world affairs.

I'm attracted to the idea of doing things like working for the CIA and living under a rock in the Malaysian rainforest because if my life isn't some what on edge I get bored. Humans were designed to spend all day hunting and foraging and building and trying to survive, and next to that, being online and watching TV doesn't seem very meaningful.

I like most sports, including lacrosse, snowboarding, wakeboarding, and so on. I like Radiohead and playing guitar. I like OSC's books. And psych. What else. Art. I can sorta draw. I'm also really interested in foreign languages; right now I'm focusing on Japanese. Languages are the only thing for which I have a good memory. I would travel, but I am dirt poor.

I'm a *dumb white person*, but my school consists almost completely of people from China, Japan, Israel, Singapore, Taiwan, Germany, Mexico and so on and on. That's how I got into languages.

Nyani, of course, ain't my real name. I'm not a monkey.

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Being able to learn languages well leads me to beleive you're not really *ignorant*. You're just not the Regurgitating Scholar type.

I'd guess you're able to think in different ways more readily than most people, but that it takes something really stimulating to keep you focused and keep your brain interested in things that are mentally straightforward.

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Reading all the intros so far, you have to credit Richard Dey. I don't even have the words to describe... probably because my vocabulary struggles against all those words I'm not used to hearing.

So, RD:
A masculinist? By that do you mean you're actually a masculinist or, as I've found a number of self-described masculinists are, a gender equitist?
And it's certainly funny to find a Diogenesian Cynic. I don't suppose you have a comfortable house...

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Regurgitating Scholar type? Not as bad as the Regurgitating Bush Supporter type...
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Pardon, but what did that have to do with this?
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I always flinch when I hear some term like 'regurgitating scholar type' or 'elitist academic' or something like that because I've associated it with low-level discourse.

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But it's true. I could whip 95% of the people who scored better than I did on tests in high school, even in AP/Honors classes. A lot of these kids buy their Starbucks and study a few hours a day before a test and do study groups and all that crap.

They have been trained perfectly to remember a fact only so long as i is immediately necessary to know it. I made a game of bringing up material from earleir in the year that was related to what we were talknig about, and I participated in class discussions. What few relevant questions you hear out of most kids with near-4.0's where I come from is some veiled way of asking what's gonig to be on the test.

Does this mean I can't regurgitate? No, it just means I despise it and I never study. I either learn the concept or I don't (and the "don't" doesn't come very often). And when finals come up, I always ace the hell out of them because I've internalized what I know throughout the year, and kids who traditionally outscored me on tests during the year are suddenly in a panicked state of dread and they do fair to poor. It's how I saved a lot of my grades in high school: in-class participation and tests edged out the lack of homework.

That's why I use the word "regurgitation." They aren't digesting one iota of the knowledge, which is why professors make a habit of going back to old material that should have been locked in from last year. It's ridiculous.

Now the problem I see is when others start to see themselves as "ignorant" or -- worse, "stupid" -- just because they haven't designed their habits and thinking style to take advantage of the testing system in our schools. Thier grades may suffer because they're not just fact-gobblers who head straight for the bold words in the text and the vocabulary/summary section at the end of the chapter, or keeps a set of Cliff's Notes at their side. But it seems to me that nyani probably is fairly sharp at certain things, things that appeal to that thinking style (ask me if I can internalize a language quickly -- not a chance. I can pick up abstract concepts and strategize, I can be cunning with how I approach certain problems, but god help me if you try to feed me another language.).

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