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    That really is very nice music. It's so...

    That really is very nice music. It's so interesting to get a look at the instrument being played and the techniques you employ.
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    I want to see this blubbering woman, could...

    I want to see this blubbering woman, could somebody provide her name or the name of the program so I can do a search (or directly point me to a youtube clip)?
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    Please keep the updates and commentary coming. I...

    Please keep the updates and commentary coming. I mean, I don't have illusions of this dragging on for 20 consecutive days of new flashes, but reading you guys's reactions conveys more cultural...
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    Some good writers who post to this site sometimes...

    Some good writers who post to this site sometimes delete their writings when they are very dissatisfied. It's not very common (and like Calisore says, it isn't really necessary, especially for a...
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    It's a bit exciting, and I believe I'm am getting...

    It's a bit exciting, and I believe I'm am getting a strong sense of what you're saying (though I all too rarely check in on this thread...). You're a vibrant voice, and I'm heartened (perhaps more...
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    People have asked before, but I've never seen any...

    People have asked before, but I've never seen any of them get a thread deleted from the site. Maybe it's happened and I missed it or something, but the advice that's usually given is to just go to...
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    I can't help but love that Bruno Mars song, if...

    I can't help but love that Bruno Mars song, if this is at all connected to that!
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    I think you addressed my concern--"crossing...

    I think you addressed my concern--"crossing boundaries" and "boundary dissolution" can be part of "teaching" or indoctrination sometimes when people are exploring meditation and paths to...
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    You mean, you personally are of the opinion that...

    You mean, you personally are of the opinion that it is OK, as long as it's mental only? Regardless of the opinion of those who exist across the boundary? Or are you just talking about boundaries...
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    It's hard for me to take this poem out of the...

    It's hard for me to take this poem out of the context of everything else I read by Blake, so it seems to largely be a celebration of the Tyger, to me. The narrator needs to sound afraid and...
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    Interesting, I don't know much about how...

    Interesting, I don't know much about how Christians would've read it then (or now) but to me it always just seemed like he was literally talking about a lamb (and so "made" was appropriate) relative...
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    Keith is one of my favorite antagonists of all...

    Keith is one of my favorite antagonists of all time, this book was such a fun read.
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    It's common to think to oneself "Wow, what a...

    It's common to think to oneself "Wow, what a douche..." while watching Piers Morgan Tonight, but Alex Jones is the rare guest to be the target of this thought, usually it'd be Piers. He uses that...
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    I think that's fine, but I still think...

    I think that's fine, but I still think "damishly-coiffured" would be better--otherwise, your invention of the word "damish" carries with it the slightly-surprising expanded usage as an adverb without...
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    This is subjective, and the example in the OP is,...

    This is subjective, and the example in the OP is, in my eyes, a "closer call" than might often occur--a writer can make up words, but "anything goes" is pretty much a style unto itself (or a defining...
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    Your neighborhood and your local attitude towards cats seems very different than mine, so I'm not going to be able to come up with any strong advice beyond a simple "don't do the evil thing". Cats...
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    Don't be a tool, right? I mean, that'd be an...

    Don't be a tool, right? I mean, that'd be an over-simplification of how I see it, but... At least be conscious and approving of when we allow ourselves to serve some plan of another.
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    Trampled on by who? Local law enforcement? We...

    Trampled on by who? Local law enforcement? We should have a militia to fight the sheriff or the county police? Or, without a U.S. military to back them up, the State Police would have to back down...
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    In the U.S., when was the last time citizens...

    In the U.S., when was the last time citizens successfully used weapons to keep U.S. Armed Forces or local law enforcement from treating them unfairly?

    The amendment came from out of a situation of...
  21. Thread: grammar question

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    "Jet-black" is a hyphenation I'd definitely use,...

    "Jet-black" is a hyphenation I'd definitely use, so I'd end up with "jet-black-haired woman"
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    I'm not sure if this will help, please don't blame me if you think I'm way off base, but I think Nicholson Baker might be worth a look. Any student of my posts on this site will recognize that I can...
  23. Thread: grammar question

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    That's a good point, I guess it would just be...

    That's a good point, I guess it would just be "colloquially correct" without specific context (e.g. if the listener had no idea the speaker had been looking for a box, I think it could be fair for a...
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    The second sounds MUCH better to me (and yes, the...

    The second sounds MUCH better to me (and yes, the box would be a place) but both are correct. I don't like to use "in which" either (if you ever use it, be careful it doesn't sound just as you now...
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    Regarding the punctuation, I think the comma in...

    Regarding the punctuation, I think the comma in the second example is a little too much, kind of melodramatic, maybe. Other than that, they all look fine to me. The third seems more in the spirit...
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