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(Salon)   America has become a three-fold dystopia of Matrix, Orwellian, and Huxleyan ideals, claims columnist who clearly has never been to a true dystopia, like Turkey, the Sudan, Florida, or Iran   (salon.com) divider line 4
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2013-06-16 01:23:15 PM  
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Matrix, Orwellian, and Huxleyan ideals

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2013-06-16 02:48:26 PM  
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The worst part is, it's a dot Matrix dystopia, we can't even afford to upgrade to inkjet.
2013-06-16 04:04:41 PM  
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Testiclaw: megarian: xria: Seth'n'Spectrum: Is it still correct to say"the" Sudan? As in, the Ukraine, the Levante, or the Romagna?

Especially now there are two of them.

/by the way "The Ukraine" is wrong, Ukraine is an independent country, "the Ukraine" suggests it is still a possession of Russia/USSR.

This.

/Ukrainian!

So...you look like a hawt Ukrainian: if you happen to run into Milla Jovovich can you put in a good word for me, and ask her why she won't return any of my calls?

/left her 600 messages
//surely one had to have been received


Yeah. Don't worry. I got this. Unless you're the "restraining order guy" she talks about.
2013-06-16 02:55:02 PM  
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sales of one recent edition of Orwell's "1984" had spiked by almost 7,000 percent on Amazon.


Obama is doing for book sales what he did for gun and ammo sales.
 
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