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Re: Word of the day

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Sculptor wrote: Sun Dec 26, 2021 5:14 pm
Walker wrote: Sun Dec 26, 2021 10:04 am
Sculptor wrote: Fri Dec 24, 2021 3:39 pm Tasteless bad comedy.
Speaking of that …

That Cringe White House Video with Dancing Nurses Has a Really Dark Backstory
https://trendingpolitics.com/that-cring ... tory-knab/
I am always astounded by the shit you read.
And amazed by the degree to which you gullibly swallow the garbage you read on 3rd rate infotainment web pages.

"Just Look UP!"
The Dance of the Nurses fits right in with not only your expressed interest in tasteless comedy, but your tasteless and humourous manifestations of personal reactions that you try and pass off as dialogue to the world, as if the world cares about your belly aching, which is one of the reasons why Buddha didn't advise seeking refuge in the world.

However, the Ring Around The Rosie dance has a more honest message than those nurses trained in science who declared ... It's my body, my choice to dance away all your troubles. All you gots to do is dance our tune, and if you don't no soup for you, but you can't say you didn't have a choice, just like all those science-trained nurses had a choice to get fired for not submitting to the jab against their better judgement. They probably figured that the nursing shortage gave them some job security and the Bosses would blink.

Their fundamental assumption, that proved to be wrong, is that their firing is suddenly a matter of health because the nursing shortage is a matter of healthcare.
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Re: Word of the day

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Invalidation

There's valid invalidation, and there's invalid invalidation.

Such is language.
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Re: Word of the day

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Walker wrote: Wed Dec 29, 2021 12:29 pm Invalidation

There's valid invalidation, and there's invalid invalidation.

Such is language.
There is:

valid validation
Invalid validation
valid invalidation
and
invalid invalidation.
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Re: Word of another day

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Validation

There’s valid validation, and there’s invalid validation.

Such is language.
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