[Air-L] the case for critical commons
Gilbert B. Rodman
gbrodman at mindspring.com
Fri Jan 22 13:27:28 PST 2010
The Dallas/New York playoff version would have been January 2008.
And I assumed that the director turned the sound down so that the actual
dialogue (which he would understand perfectly, after all) didn't
overwhelm his ability to concentrate on the fake subtitles.
On 01/22/2010 03:03 PM, Mathieu ONeil wrote:
> Come to think of it the Democratic primary wars occured two years ago, in northern spring 2008 - so depending on when these NFL playoffs occured it may well be that Hillary raging against her fate may be the first in the series...
> Regarding the director 'turning the sound down' I assumed when I read it that it was because he was getting a bit bored with the screamed dialogue after going through 145 detournements...?
>> My first time...
>> Hitler was devastated to learn that the Dallas Cowboys had lost
>> to the
>> New York Giants in the NFL playoffs two years ago. And it
>> still makes
>> me laugh.
>> On 01/22/2010 12:09 PM, Mathieu ONeil wrote:
>>> The first time I saw it was Spring last year with the Furher
>> as Hillary Clinton ranting about superdelegates, Florida and
>> Ohio etc. Was that the first for others as well? Archaeology of
>> meme emergence...
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