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April 29, 2008

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Is it:

I think (there's a fucking razor in this muffin) therefore I am (not going to eat the damn thing)

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More affectionately known as the Cogito Ergo Sumbitch!


From the many people you don't like, you have to CHOOSE which one you want to give the muffin to; and then you have to accept RESPONSIBILITY for your actions. To participate in the world, you must accept that DIRTY LIPS will result; you must revel in this, though in a restrained philosophical way. And most importantly, you must be ACCOUNTABLE for your muffin, before moving on to LOGICAL POSITIVISM in your syllabus.

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