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Friday, 7 December 2012
The Fifth Circle Of Hell, Or, That Day I Read No Further
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From a self-description of a university in Alberta:

"MacEwan is a vibrant, innovative institution focused on comprehensive student learning."

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Posted on 12/07/2012 6:21 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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7 Dec 2012
Sacka Jew Ayah

Had you allowed a freefall into the 6th Circle a description of the University's Coat of Arms would have informed that the

"circle is a symbol of the never-ending process of learning and the principle of inclusiveness. The circle also represents the medicine wheel, an important symbol of the earliest inhabitants of the area, the First Nations peoples."

Amoebas dissed again.

 You're welcome.



7 Dec 2012
Send an emailMary Jackson

No doubt delivers student-centric solutions.



9 Dec 2012
Eli

For inquiring minds, a sacka Jew ayah is the equalivant of three bagsa Bedouin fazzou.



11 Dec 2012
Send an emailreactionry
Growing The American Pi
 
While there have been real and imagined attempts*to pass legislation making pi equal three, Marco Rubio, while speaking at the Jack Kemp Foundation Dinner & Circle Jerk (not to be confused with the Republican post-election circular firing squads), managed to used the word, "vibrant" three times in four square sentences:
 
"The existence of a large and vibrant American middle class, that goes to the very essence of America's exceptional identity. See, every country in the world has rich people. But only a few places have achieved a vibrant and stable middle class. And in the history of the world, none has been more vibrant and more stable than the great American middle class."
 
Btw., Republican "outreach" to the Lebensraum For La Raza Reconquista Hispanic "community" has little more prospect for success than an Israeli effort to constructively engage the Hamas Right-Of-Returners. Regarding the latter, I watched Fareed Zakaria gush in recent weeks on CNN that if Israel took steps to ensure the prosperity of Gaza, it could enjoy the same sort of peace which now exists between Israel and the West Bank "Palestinians." I later found the transcript online but the devil take me if could find it again tonight.
 
 
Tags: don't be a square and attempt to square the cricle, Gazans just want three squares a day, Fareed Zakaria, Global Public Square, GPS, Zakaria couldn't find his arse in the dark with both hands, a slippery, slick, soft-spoken Muslim who at least won't rock the cash bar or speak-easy's of the Middle East, The West, all in all, Fareed don't like it, missiles smuggled with an end run in a Near East squeeze play, No sex please, we're UK Squeeze
 




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