Mister Digits
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Hello there

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ray Daniels Apr 17, 2010. 7 Replies

I have just joined the site -- although I have enjoyed it for a couple of months now -- and am pleased to introduce myself.  I am a young fellow living in Duluth, Minnesota.  Currently I work with…Continue

 

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Mister Digits replied to Nathan DeParis's discussion A Good View
"You might take a look at William Eggleston's, Gary Winogrands, and Robert Frank's work if photographs from the mid-century (and later) will pass for "old".  There's a photo archive called Shorpy that covers a lot of…"
Sep 22, 2013
Mister Digits replied to Will's discussion Grand Unified Theory of... being left or right in the group The Great Debate
"Indeed, indeed... well, people have spent their entire careers considering this matter, so I won't feel too bad about not figuring it out tonight. But, since I can't hardly help myself, does the general Republican really think that, given…"
Apr 6, 2012
Mister Digits replied to Will's discussion Grand Unified Theory of... being left or right in the group The Great Debate
"Very interesting -- and it's certainly true that progressive theory (and practice) includes a heavy line of "I'll tell you what's good for you, and you'll like it." Have you an opinion on whether the recent SCOTUS…"
Apr 6, 2012
Mister Digits replied to Will's discussion Grand Unified Theory of... being left or right in the group The Great Debate
"If you have specific criticisms, do tell -- whether I agree or disagree, it'll be constructive."
Apr 6, 2012
Mister Digits replied to Will's discussion Grand Unified Theory of... being left or right in the group The Great Debate
"I'm working on a theory that the "generic Republican"  is, essentially, authoritarian -- they want a daddy who'll take care of them, both in terms of the President and all of those corporations that they want to support with…"
Apr 6, 2012
Mister Digits replied to John Muir's discussion Stars and Bars - Never or Forever? in the group The Great Debate
"Fact of the matter is, I can't help but aggravate people who want to argue about the nobility of the Antebellum South. One more: who many Southerners does it take to change a lightbulb? Thirteen -- one to change the bulb, and a dozen others…"
Dec 6, 2011
Mister Digits replied to John Muir's discussion Stars and Bars - Never or Forever? in the group The Great Debate
"Fair enough, but would you like to make that decision for other people?  "
Dec 6, 2011
Mister Digits replied to John Muir's discussion Stars and Bars - Never or Forever? in the group The Great Debate
"also, I wasn't about to leave an enlightening reply to your latest in our "academic" thread, so I just inserted one via edit in my previous post."
Dec 6, 2011
Mister Digits replied to John Muir's discussion Stars and Bars - Never or Forever? in the group The Great Debate
"sidebar: Are you at work and have free time on the computer or something?  You're all over this thread like a slave owner on adolescent slave girls (and probably a shocking number of boys)."
Dec 6, 2011
Mister Digits replied to John Muir's discussion Stars and Bars - Never or Forever? in the group The Great Debate
"When you're in a position where your owner allows you to live, I think it may be bad enough to make the difference academic."
Dec 6, 2011
Mister Digits replied to John Muir's discussion Stars and Bars - Never or Forever? in the group The Great Debate
"Playing "this is worse than that" can be pretty spurious, being as human lives are not variables in an equation."
Dec 6, 2011
Mister Digits replied to John Muir's discussion Stars and Bars - Never or Forever? in the group The Great Debate
"Slaves had it way better than Jews during WWII, did they?  Also, if it took it this many posts to bring in the Nazis, it's probably an internet record.  And think nothing of it, asshat. "
Dec 6, 2011
Mister Digits replied to John Muir's discussion Stars and Bars - Never or Forever? in the group The Great Debate
"It's also true that Jews participated in the operation of concentration and death camps during WWII, but I wouldn't encourage anyone to cite that in support of the Nazis.  Mostly, as in any war, I suppose it had to do with saving…"
Dec 6, 2011
Mister Digits replied to Edman68's discussion Man Potpourri
"Boot leather, motor oil, and the flop sweat of my enemies?   Anyhow, as for the tobacco, you might try the traditional method of sticking an apple slice or two in there with it.  They would need to be changed out regularly, and even so…"
Sep 13, 2011
Mister Digits replied to Anthony Schmidt's discussion Becoming more of a man through furthering the community
"If you were looking to combine working for the public interest and maybe supporting yourself doing it, then grant writing for non-profits and the like may be an option.  I'm no expert, but it certainly appears that good grant writers are…"
Jun 9, 2011
Mister Digits replied to Eric Freadhoff's discussion When are "fruity" or "Umbrella" drinks acceptable?
"Too girly for a real beer, such as an imperial stout?   Kidding, of course."
Apr 23, 2011

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Books
'Moby-Dick', 'Journey to the End of the Night'
Movies
'Two-Lane Blacktop', 'Stranger Than Paradise'
Quote
"Woe to him who seeks to please rather than to appal!" Herman Melville

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At 2:13pm on May 4, 2010, Slacker said…
Welcome to the Writers Group, MD!
At 4:25pm on April 28, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Alright! Welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us.
At 4:53pm on April 16, 2010, Michael J. Austin said…
Hello and welcome to the site, happy reading/posting !!!!
At 11:44am on April 16, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Hi there Digits. Welcome to AoM. Also, I'd like to give you a friendly invite to check out my group, The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you aboard.
 
 
 

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