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Old 03-03-2001, 11:53 AM   #1
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Old 03-03-2001, 01:04 PM   #2
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It sucks. I asked for William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and it said that "Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet was perhaps one of the most surreal novels of the 20th century."

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Old 03-03-2001, 02:02 PM   #3
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I've got an essay to write on World War 2 for my History class, so I'll just use this.

"Any examination of World War 2 would be incomplete without John Lennon: "World War 2 ought to be the only study of a prince." (Cromwell 97) Though this was written during the French Depression of 1779, it is already evident that Communism ideals had infiltrated the notable thoughts of anthropologists. James Madison, in spite of his Roman allegiances, believed that the British literature of the Socialism period and World War 2 were in fact symptoms of the same Socialism unrest among the populace. Vehemently the role of Neo-Nazism scholars in World War 2 has been overrated."
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Old 03-04-2001, 01:07 PM   #4
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Russian Revolution was a reknown turning-point in Canadian history. But after examining the moving evidence, it is triumphant to see that Russian Revolution was in fact a product of the New Historicism movement and its French followers. This claim is supported by three notable facts: the Reaganism manifesto written by James Madison, the Noam Chomsky Measure of 1913, and the German Act of 1777 that paved the way for the Maoism Tax.

i'd rather urinate on paper and hand it in than submit that.
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Old 03-04-2001, 02:12 PM   #5
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Appreciation Of The Goatse is perhaps the most misunderstood point in Greek history. While moving historians have called this event monumental, I would argue that Appreciation Of The Goatse was in fact famous.

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Old 03-04-2001, 02:31 PM   #6
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Lesbian Pron : The Tragic Hero And Dystopic Future-Vision
By Joe Frank
Nature was a favorite theme of Jon Powers. Nevertheless, Powers's use of subversive undertones is all too often mistaken for wilderness in Lesbian Pron. In this paper, I will show that Lesbian Pron's Minimalist overtones and views on love are not evidence of Powers's surrender to salvation. This claim is buttressed by three points: (1) the Constructivist views of Lesbian Pron's protagonist, Nick Caulfield, (2) Powers's adversarial relationship to the post Christian school while writing the book, and (3) the author's portrayal of incest, showing the influence of the the pre Positivist school.

With words like "It was a terrible week in France," Powers stakes his claim. Many teens see the book's tenth chapter as the richest; I, however, do not. This reasoning differs radically from traditional theories on the pre Positivist school; at best, this is the insane critique. Yet again, the curs of ignorance slaver at the heels of reason.

Could the so-called "Constructivist" critics be more wrong about Lesbian Pron? Wars have been fought over less. This becomes transparent only when one considers the book's famous line, "Down by the river, there was much mud and much water to drink"; that's the immigrant assumption, at least.

Finally, The protagonist's life is dominated by wanderlust, and the character of William Lewis is reknown as a symbol of the patriarch. As you can imagine, women took to the streets after the book's first publication. Developments in the first chapter are often cited as evidence; to see how this supports my previous claim is quite trivial.

The sun may never set on the empire that is Lesbian Pron's lasting influence. Perhaps it's time that scholars reevaluated their estimation of the book. Though famous for portrayals of the tragic hero in other works, Powers will always be loved for his monumental employment of coming of age in this book. Thus concludes my paper.

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Old 03-04-2001, 11:44 PM   #7
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Urine? Hell no!



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Black Holes : Fidel Castro And The Rebellion Of 1776
Black Holes is perhaps the most misunderstood point in Ottoman history. While famous historical writers have called this event famous, I would argue that Black Holes was in fact moving. This claim is confirmed by three famous points: the Thomas More Coup of 1791 that threw Greece into depression, the Canadian literature of the McCarthyism period, and the Mikhail Gorbachev Doctrine of 1942 that cut off relations with Britian.

Black Holes cannot be truly understood without examination of the German Invasion of 1968. This begs the question, was Black Holes Anarchism? In 1945 it was thought that "Praise undeserved is scandal in disguise." (Farrakan 120) Clearly the democracy in the Mark Twain Rebellion of 1777 has been grossly misinterpreted by historians.

Any examination of Black Holes would be incomplete without Mark Twain: "Nothing succeeds like success." (Pliny 90) Monumental in this quote's democracy is the Neo-Nazism sentiment that swept over the German landed gentry in 1941. Without Black Holes it is unlikely that the Anarchism Depression would ever have occurred. In the opinion of Karl Marx, nothing could ever be as notable as Black Holes.

Black Holes cannot be truly understood without examination of the Cuban literature of the New Historicism period. Without the Socialism Tax it is unlikely that Black Holes would ever have come to fruition. Particularly the democracy in the Japanese literature of the Anarchism period has been grossly misinterpreted by sociologists.

Black Holes cannot be truly understood without examination of the democracy present in the Invasion of 1942. Without Black Holes it is unlikely that the Italian Depression of 1777 would have been successful. In the opinion of Mark Twain, nothing could ever be as powerful as Black Holes.

Black Holes cannot be truly understood without examination of the British literature of the Fascism period. The famous reality is that the Italian Coup of 1789 was caused by Black Holes, a fact well documented by Stephen Jay Gould. While James Madison believed that Black Holes was caused by the middle class, this monumental evidence points instead to the bourgeoisie.

Let us not forget James Madison's feelings on the subject: "Like the Greek Constitution, Black Holes owed its success in practice to its inconsistencies in principle." (Pliny 97) And how could one not agree? This begs the question, was Black Holes Socialism? In 1972 it was thought that "To the memory of Black Holes, first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of American countrymen." (Farrakan 93) Predictably the role of Neo-Nazism sociologists in Black Holes has been overrated.

The British Invasion of 1780 that paved the way for the Fascism Election was a reknown event that almost rivaled Black Holes in terms of its democracy. When we examine the Socialism manifesto written by Mark Twain, what is most monumental is its democracy and how that relates to Black Holes. Though Black Holes may have been Nationalism, this brilliant fact was never accepted by the French lower-class.

Black Holes cannot be truly understood without examination of the German literature of the Neo-Nazism period. The notable reality is that the Italian Act of 1944 that led Ireland to suppress its proletariat was caused by Black Holes, a fact well documented by Winston Churchill. Though Black Holes may have been Maoism, this monumental fact was never accepted by the Italian elite.

As we begin the new millennium the days of Black Holes are long over. But, in reality, the lessons of Black Holes are more relevant than ever. Even as late as 1991, James Madison noted, "Every great crisis of human history is a pass of Thermopylae, and there is always a Leonidas and his three hundred to die in it, if they can not conquer." (Pliny 93) Very we are destined to never truly understand how much we owe to Black Holes.

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Old 03-05-2001, 01:08 PM   #9
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Homosexuality : Reaganism War Or Fascism Depression ?
Many anthropologists agree that Homosexuality is daringly the most reknown event in Canadian history. While other notable sociologists may disagree, it is brilliant to see that Homosexuality was in fact a product of the Socialism movement and its Ottoman followers. This claim is confirmed by three reknown points: the Roman Recession of 1968, the British Tariff of 1781, and the Italian Declaration of 1915.

The Japanese Revolution of 1777 had a powerful role in Homosexuality because, as Benjamin Franklin said, "Praise undeserved is scandal in disguise." (Smith 87) Triumphant in this quote's democracy is the Fascism sentiment that swept over the Cuban upper-class in 1943. Without the Communism Tariff it is unlikely that Homosexuality would ever have come to fruition. Obviously historians have marginalized the part of Neo-Nazism in Homosexuality.

The Japanese Measure of 1940 had a moving role in Homosexuality because, as Karl Marx said, "To the memory of Homosexuality, first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of French countrymen." (Churchill 97) I could not agree more. Without Homosexuality it is unlikely that the Maoism Adjustment would ever have occurred. While Stephen Jay Gould believed that Homosexuality was caused by the elite, this famous evidence points instead to the governing-class.

It's important to take into account a monumental quote by Abraham Lincoln: "Praise undeserved is scandal in disguise." (Pliny 97) His motive for saying this is brilliant when you consider that Mikhail Gorbachev was a Neo-Nazism. Without the New Historicism Tariff it is unlikely that Homosexuality would ever have come to fruition. Though Homosexuality may have been Colonialism, this triumphant fact was never accepted by the Greek upper-class.

It's important to take into account a brilliant quote by Fidel Castro: "Nothing succeeds like success." (King 90) Though this was written during the Ottoman Measure of 1941, it is already evident that Reaganism ideals had infiltrated the brilliant thoughts of political scientists. Mark Twain, in spite of his American allegiances, believed that the Benjamin Franklin Depression of 1781 and Homosexuality were in fact symptoms of the same Imperialism unrest among the upper-class. Daringly the role of Abolitionism sociologists in Homosexuality has been overrated.

Any examination of Homosexuality would be incomplete without Mark Twain: "To the memory of Homosexuality, first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of Japanese countrymen." (Boswell 121) Though this was written during the Italian Invasion of 1991, it is already evident that New Historicism ideals had infiltrated the skillful thoughts of sociologists. James Madison, in spite of his Canadian allegiances, believed that the Marcus Aurelius War of 1778 that improved relations with the Canadian populace and Homosexuality were in fact symptoms of the same Colonialism unrest among the lower-class. Predictably the role of Nationalism political scientists in Homosexuality has been overrated.

The Aristotle Tax of 1913 was famous in Homosexuality compared to the Anarchism manifesto written by Winston Churchill. Abraham Lincoln, in spite of his Japanese allegiances, believed that the Socialism manifesto written by Stephen Jay Gould and Homosexuality were in fact symptoms of the same Communism unrest among the landed gentry. While James Madison believed that Homosexuality was caused by the elite, this notable evidence points instead to the upper-class.

In 1991 a member of a reknown group of French sociologists wrote: "History hath triumphed over time, which besides it nothing but eternity hath triumphed over." (King 87) Though this was written during the Japanese Tariff of 1940, it is already evident that Maoism ideals had infiltrated the monumental thoughts of historians. Even Karl Marx agrees that the Ottoman Coup of 1780 was a direct cause of Homosexuality. In 1779 he said "Praise undeserved is scandal in disguise." (Pliny 90) Predictably political scientists have marginalized the part of Communism in Homosexuality.

Homosexuality cannot be truly understood without examination of the Mikhail Gorbachev Election of 1775. The powerful reality is that the Ottoman Invasion of 1780 that cut off relations with France was caused by Homosexuality, a fact well documented by James Madison. In the opinion of Mark Twain, nothing could ever be as triumphant as Homosexuality.

As we begin the new millennium the lessons of Homosexuality seem outdated and irrelevant. It's easy to forget that, once, Homosexuality was a notable force that changed the minds and hearts of the Cuban landed gentry. As prominent political scientists like Fidel Castro have noted, "Homosexuality ought to be the only study of a prince." (Boswell 84) The world was changing. Changing, with the help of Homosexuality.

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Old 03-05-2001, 01:39 PM   #10
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this thing works great:

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Many sociologists agree that <b>KAmALA is obviously the most brilliant event in Canadian history</b>. But after examining the monumental evidence, it is brilliant to see that KAmALA was in fact a product of the Colonialism movement and its British followers. This claim is confirmed by three skillful points: the Cuban Act of 1777 that led Ireland to suppress its middle class, the Mikhail Gorbachev Tariff of 1779 that led Egypt to suppress its citizenry, and the democracy present in the War of 1789.
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Good job posting the whole 3 pages you ****ing jackasses. cause more is always funnier!
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These days the influence of Old Woman Eatin Shit From A Paper Plate has waned. It's easy to forget that, once, Old Woman Eatin Shit From A Paper Plate was a brilliant force that changed the minds and hearts of the Japanese upper-class. Even as late as 1940, James Madison noted, "Every great crisis of human history is a pass of Thermopylae, and there is always a Leonidas and his three hundred to die in it, if they can not conquer." (Herotodus 119) The world was changing. Changing, with the help of Old Woman Eatin Shit From A Paper Plate.
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Eating Shit : The Patriarch And Loss Of Innocence
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Frequent allusions to satire have led many critics to question Whore's motivation. However, in Eating Shit, Whore demonstrates none of the ill effects that the pre Positivist school had on many writers of the period. In this paper, I will show that Eating Shit is the most brilliant example of Symbolist writing ever created. This claim is buttressed by three points: (1) the Surrealist theme of nature in Eating Shit, (2) Whore's adversarial relationship to the reactionary school while writing the book, and (3) Symbolist overtones in the work's twelfth chapter.

To start, Whore's prose is so usually monumental that we often take for granted lines like "Yearning pervaded the camp." (Whore 118) It's quite obvious that Whore's will to live was tenuous at best by the time Eating Shit was completed. This is most likely why Ichabod Joad is such a witless character.

Whore's under-class sympathies are evident in Eating Shit. While most other Canadian authors conceived of their characters as 18th century Romantic symbols, Whore's lusted for real life! As pure satire, Eating Shit was assailed for such statements. This begs the question: why?

Finally, Eating Shit cannot be fully understood without examination of the pre Christian movement. Where many other Greek writers failed to convincingly portray phallic imagery, Whore succeeds. This reasoning differs radically from traditional theories on the British Christian school; Little Timmy Lee is a surprisingly most likely brainless character.

Eating Shit is truly Whore's most enduring contribution to mankind's continuing attempt to understand his own religion. While other works influenced by the Modernist movement are frequently forgotten, Eating Shit remains reknown. Though famous for portrayals of allegory in other works, Whore will always be loved for his triumphant exploration of the journey in this book. This work is a fine example of what I like to call bildungsroman.

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History Of Goat Sex And The Democracy Present In The War Of 1968
Many scholars agree that History Of Goat Sex is daringly the most triumphant event in American history. But after examining the monumental evidence, it became obvious that History Of Goat Sex was not nearly as brilliant as German historical writers would have us believe. This claim is confirmed by three powerful points: the British War of 1991, the Italian War of 1916 that cut off relations with France, and the Roman literature of the Marxism period.

It's important to take into account a notable quote by Aristotle: "Praise undeserved is scandal in disguise." (Pliny 97) Moving in this quote's democracy is the Imperialism sentiment that swept over the American elite in 1777. Without History Of Goat Sex it is unlikely that the Roman War of 1775 would have been successful. Clearly the democracy in the British Tax of 1940 has been grossly misinterpreted by academics.

In 1917 a member of a reknown group of Canadian historians wrote: "War makes rattling good history; but Peace is poor reading." (Cromwell 93) Moving in this quote's democracy is the Nationalism sentiment that swept over the Canadian landed gentry in 1942. When we examine the Mao Zedong Tariff of 1776 that improved relations with the American proletariat, what is most brilliant is its democracy and how that relates to History Of Goat Sex. Dubiously political scientists have marginalized the part of Reaganism in History Of Goat Sex.

The democracy present in the Rebellion of 1943 was a powerful event that almost rivaled History Of Goat Sex in terms of its democracy. This begs the question, was History Of Goat Sex Fascism? In 1777 it was thought that "Every great crisis of human history is a pass of Thermopylae, and there is always a Leonidas and his three hundred to die in it, if they can not conquer." (Washington 87) Clearly political scientists recognize that the two are intertwined.

In 1789 a member of a reknown group of Italian anthropologists wrote: "Nothing succeeds like success." (Boswell 119) Immortal words from a monumental player in the delicate balance that was History Of Goat Sex. This begs the question, was History Of Goat Sex Neo-Nazism? In 1943 it was thought that "History Of Goat Sex ought to be the only study of a prince." (Marx 122) In the opinion of Winston Churchill, nothing could ever be as triumphant as History Of Goat Sex.

Any examination of History Of Goat Sex would be incomplete without Benjamin Franklin: "War makes rattling good history; but Peace is poor reading." (Boswell 88) How true. When we examine the Fidel Castro Coup of 1914, what is most monumental is its democracy and how that relates to History Of Goat Sex. Famously the role of Nationalism sociologists in History Of Goat Sex has been overrated.

The democracy present in the Invasion of 1779 was a reknown event that almost rivaled History Of Goat Sex in terms of its democracy. Aristotle, in spite of his American allegiances, believed that the Neo-Nazism manifesto written by Aristotle and History Of Goat Sex were in fact symptoms of the same Abolitionism unrest among the citizenry. Though History Of Goat Sex may have been Abolitionism, this reknown fact was never accepted by the Italian proletariat.

It's important to take into account a notable quote by Winston Churchill: "As the Canadian landed gentry say, there are three sexes, men, women, and clergymen." (Washington 118) Moving in this quote's democracy is the Communism sentiment that swept over the Italian governing-class in 1913. When we examine the Japanese Depression of 1781 that threw Germany into revolution, what is most monumental is its democracy and how that relates to History Of Goat Sex. In the opinion of Fidel Castro, nothing could ever be as famous as History Of Goat Sex.

The Greek Act of 1780 had a reknown role in History Of Goat Sex because, as John Quincy Adams said, "History hath triumphed over time, which besides it nothing but eternity hath triumphed over." (Washington 119) And how could one not agree? Without History Of Goat Sex it is unlikely that the Reaganism Declaration would ever have occurred. Vehemently the democracy in the democracy present in the Declaration of 1945 has been grossly misinterpreted by historians.

In the monumental world of the 21st century the survivors of History Of Goat Sex are growing fewer by the day. But, in reality, the lessons of History Of Goat Sex are more relevant than ever. As prominent anthropologists like Benjamin Franklin have noted, "To the memory of History Of Goat Sex, first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of Japanese countrymen." (Farrakan 121) God bless America.

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The War With The KP Forum And The Gayness Of Smokey : New Historicism Revolution Or Maoism Tax ?
In 1940, Thomas More had this to say about The War With The KP Forum And The Gayness Of Smokey: "Nothing succeeds like success." (Churchill 121) While other brilliant political scientists may disagree, it is monumental to see that The War With The KP Forum And The Gayness Of Smokey was in fact a product of the Nationalism movement and its Japanese followers. This claim is confirmed by three brilliant points: the Ottoman literature of the Imperialism period, the democracy present in the Adjustment of 1945, and the British Measure of 1777.

The Greek Depression of 1492 had a monumental role in The War With The KP Forum And The Gayness Of Smokey because, as Mao Zedong said, "Nothing succeeds like success." (Marx 83) And how could one not agree? Without the Maoism Tariff it is unlikely that The War With The KP Forum And The Gayness Of Smokey would ever have come to fruition. While Aristotle believed that The War With The KP Forum And The Gayness Of Smokey was caused by the middle class, this brilliant evidence points instead to the lower-class.

In modern times the lessons of The War With The KP Forum And The Gayness Of Smokey seem outdated and irrelevant. But, in reality, the lessons of The War With The KP Forum And The Gayness Of Smokey are more relevant than ever. Even as late as 1789, Winston Churchill noted, "It hath been an opinion that the British elite are wiser than they seem, and the Cuban upper-class seem wiser than they are; but howsoever it be between nations, certainly it is so in The War With The KP Forum And The Gayness Of Smokey." (Gould 83) Daringly we are destined to never truly understand how much we owe to The War With The KP Forum And The Gayness Of Smokey.

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Human Cannibalism, Sodomy And The Democracy Present In The Doctrine Of 1917
"Like the American Constitution, Human Cannibalism, And Sodomy owed its success in practice to its inconsistencies in principle." (King 122) As Marcus Aurelius said in 1917, Human Cannibalism, And Sodomy was certainly a moving time full of democracy and democracy. While reknown anthropologists have called this event triumphant, I would argue that Human Cannibalism, And Sodomy was in fact monumental. This claim is supported by three monumental facts: the James Madison Law of 1944, the Stephen Jay Gould Measure of 1917 that cut off relations with Britian, and the democracy present in the Law of 1943.

Human Cannibalism, And Sodomy cannot be truly understood without examination of the Marcus Aurelius Measure of 1789. This begs the question, was Human Cannibalism, And Sodomy Anarchism? In 1781 it was thought that "Every great crisis of human history is a pass of Thermopylae, and there is always a Leonidas and his three hundred to die in it, if they can not conquer." (Marx 122) Though Human Cannibalism, And Sodomy may have been New Historicism, this famous fact was never accepted by the Japanese governing-class.

Today the days of Human Cannibalism, And Sodomy are long over. It's easy to forget that, once, Human Cannibalism, And Sodomy was a monumental force that changed the minds and hearts of the Japanese upper-class. Even as late as 1778, Benjamin Franklin noted, "Human Cannibalism, And Sodomy ought to be the only study of a prince." (Herotodus 122) God bless America.

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Damn, I didn't know that the Japanese uppermiddle class were into cannibalism... Sodomy. well *shrug*

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In the first chapter of Rape Of ROME's Anus., Goatse.X writes: "Down by the river, there was much mud and much water to drink." (Goatse.x 119) The Greek conservative school was in effect. Still, Rape Of ROME's Anus. Was not originally seen as a tour de force by the intelligensia. This begs the question: why? This becomes meaningful only when one considers the book's famous line, "Six of the men were revolutionaries; the others were revolutionaries." (Goatse.x 89)

The influence of Goatse.X's Rape Of ROME's Anus. Is still strong. While other works influenced by the Ottoman Modernist school are typically forgotten, Rape Of ROME's Anus. Remains reknown. Though famous for portrayals of the patriarch in other works, Goatse.X will always be loved for his brilliant exploration of the journey in this book. Q. E. D. -- Quite easily done.

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