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  1. swanny macrumors regular

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    I'm with Marx on this one, it does look like offside...
     
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    Actually unless they changed nets at halftime I'm thinkin archimedes
    scored on his own goal ... yikes what a dufus
    of course socrates had the assist or was it socrates deflection

    oh well I don't see how confiscious could have missed that...
     
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    Not sure why Martin luther put Karl Marx in..though.???
    I wonder if they could have maybe put in Carl Jung...
    I think Jung had a lot of interesting ideas....
    He would have got a goal or two...
     
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    I i like english humor more then american humor, always have always will.
     
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    Yup. some American humour is good (Friends and Scrubs) but you cant beat the good English humour.
     
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    The clip is a classic.

    Wish Heidegger had a bigger role, though.

    What bums you out about this, Swanny? Too pragmatic?

    It's not that Hegel didn't have a point, it's just that he got caught up in wonder. Which isn't great when you have to figure out an irrigation system, but is otherwise pretty great.
     
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    well just that they forgot the cheerleaders...
    Well cheerleaders are quite important part here in the west
    along with the beer and pretzels
    although I'm not a big pretzel fan
    chips and peanuts though...

    Actually what is the philosophy of cheerleading...???
    Thats sort of like???? hmmmm
     
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    Luther had to put Marx in. If he hadn't the score would have beed a real embarrassment for the Germans. Marx is the only one who could unite the team to a common effort for world victory . Substituting Jung for Nietzsche would have been a much better choice. The game might have been a draw. Every one knows that Nietzsche is not a team player.

    One observation. Why wasn't Geiger playing? Even Goethe was absent? Playing those two would have helped the Germans tremendously. Strange.
     
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    Ye Nietzsche is a bit of a loner...
    and depressed at that...
    I guess Hitler didn't make the cut...
    although he wasn't really a philospher
    more of a politition....
    can you imagine politions in this senario...

    yikes....
    jees I was eatin soup while I was watchin this not recommended

    It is sublime
    sublime I tell you...
     
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    Geiger was injured (groin strain, I believe), Goethe was suspended after reaching the yellow card limit in the previous match.

    Bloody referees. :rolleyes:
     

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