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prisoner on planet earth

Discussion in 'Mess Hall' started by Eric Alyea, Apr 23, 2010.

  1. Eric Alyea

    Eric Alyea Master Sergeant

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    I used to know the difference between Friday and Monday. Unless I have the stop at the sign post to go Believe in "something" (and I worded that carefully){maybe it’s market close’s for some) I can’t count the time with out the notch on the tree. I counted it in a foreign man’s prison, but now, I am a soul prisoner on planet earth with all of you, but I know the difference.... do you???

    I'm starting to look forward to Thursdays now for the "Felix Chapter Post"



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  2. Ricex

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    I had no idea about the rats, that is truly amazing Eric.
     
  3. cowmadagan

    cowmadagan Sergeant

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    I think it's great what the rats are doing, but I think the term 'hero' should be reserved for those who are aware of both the necessity and the danger of their actions, and do it anyways.
    I should mention that 'necessity' and 'duty' are different as duty has an ambiguous relation with morality.
     
  4. Pharaoh

    Pharaoh Colonel

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    Even if the rats don't know what's really going on (sniff, sniff, BOOM!), I don't have a problem with the hero label. They are saving people's lives and limbs, even if they only are thinking about getting a piece of cheese.
     
  5. forexnet

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    May divine intervention be on your side.


    Long Live the Kejwa
    By Robert Silverberg

    Prison Science Fiction. This short story is worth reading. The idea of escaping from one prison to only end up in another.

    This short story can be found in "IN THE BEGINNING TALES FROM THE PULP ERA
    BY ROBERT SILVERBERG

    forexnet quote: May divine intervention be on your side.
     
  6. automatedtrading

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    there's no idea about that
     
  7. JohnSkr

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    I like to the prisoner of this planet))
     

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