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I ment dat now!

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"People need to learn to control their anger and realise if you make mistakes and don't control your anger, terrible things can happen." - Chris Traber

http://www.bbc.com/news/video_and_audio/must_see/40380154/california-road-rage-results-in-motorway-car-crash

'Road rage' causes California crash

A witness to an apparent road rage incident in California has described the ensuing crash as being like a scene from a Hollywood action film.

Driver Chris Traber - who recorded the incident on his mobile phone - told the BBC: "People need to learn to control their anger and realise if you make mistakes and don't control your anger, terrible things can happen."

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The state-vector collapse represented by Toto’s mindless revelation of the pitiful nature of the solipsistic Wizard, our qutb/pole of the modernistic techno-spiritual panopticon, perfectly describes the dead end, the cul de sac awaiting the ‘progressive’ motivation… that dead end is a common ceiling to any narrative sacred geography when it is approached with the wrong motivation.
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Max Perutz wrote:
It is one thing for scientists to oppose creationism which is demonstrably false but quite another to make pronouncements which offend people's religious faith – that is a form of tactlessness which merely brings science into disrepute. My view of religion and ethics is simple: even if we do not believe in God, we should try to live as though we did.

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