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Friday, 09 May 2008

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Adam Roberts

That double red square looks, to me, like a Tie-Fighter from Star Wars. I'm sure Star Wars deserves a place in your conclusion. (Race and American culture after all).

alkau

If your work has concluded does it mean you will walk for graduation????? Your parents want to see it before they die of old age waiting for you to finish!!!!! And your sister wants to make loud noises when you get that piece of paper so that she can justify going to grad school herself.

Jake

Yes, your thoughts betray you SEK. Your feelings for them are strong. Especially for... sister. So, you have a sister. Your feelings have now betrayed her, too. Obi-Wan was wise to hide her from me. Now his failure is complete. If you will not turn to the Dark Side... then perhaps she will...

John  Emerson

I think that you should put little Marcel Marceaus in the boxes.

Just write a complex conclusion that leaves the answer to the reader.

Jon H

Your use of 'box' is clearly a demeaning reference to the fact that I will not get tenure.

You'll hear from my lawyer.

va

But who decides which lines get drawn in red?

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