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Posted in The Island by robyn on March 19, 2009

“I…want to…show you my…stamp collection”

Daniel Faraday, 2007

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16.

Posted in Topical by robyn on March 10, 2009

“yes, I will have a hit from that bong, jeff”

Michael Phelps, 2009

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Posted in Uncategorized by robyn on March 10, 2009

“Yo yo yo, what up what up!”

Sir Trevor MacDonald, 1991

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Posted in The Island by robyn on March 10, 2009

“Rad!”

Ben from Lost, 1981

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Posted in Uncategorized by robyn on March 10, 2009

“omg, like, whatever!”

Patrick Moore, 1972

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Posted in Uncategorized by robyn on March 4, 2009

“My mummy gave me some sweeties and then I ate the sweeties”

Macy Gray, 1999

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Posted in Uncategorized by robyn on March 4, 2009

“Cowabunga!”

Princess Beatrice, 2005

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Posted in Uncategorized by robyn on March 4, 2009

Only to the extent that man for his part is already challenged to exploit the energies of nature can this revealing that orders happen. If man is challenged, ordered, to do this, then does not man himself belong even more originally than nature within the standing-reserve? The current talk about human resources, about the supply of patients for a clinic, gives evidence of this. The forester who measures the felled timber in the woods and who to all appearances walks the forest path in the same way his grandfather did is today ordered by the industry that produces commercial woods, whether he knows it or not. He is made subordinate to the orderability of cellulose, which for its part is challenged forth by the need for paper, which is then delivered to newspapers and illustrated magazines. The latter, in their turn, set public opinion to swallowing what is printed, so that a set configuration of opinion becomes available on demand. Yet precisely because man is challenged more originally than are the energies of nature, i.e., into the process of ordering, he never is transformed into mere standing-reserve. Since man drives technology forward, he takes part in ordering as a way of revealing. But the unconcealment itself, within which ordering unfolds, is never a human handiwork, any more than is the realm man traverses every time he as a subject relates to an object.”

David Banda, November 2008

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Posted in Uncategorized by robyn on March 4, 2009

“I’m phil collins lol”

Phil Collins, March 2007

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Posted in Uncategorized by robyn on March 4, 2009

“Way aye man”

John Barnes, 1987

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