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Wed, Jun. 14th, 2006 12:33 pm
A cup of tea

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imomus
imomus
imomus
Wed, Jun. 14th, 2006 04:34 pm (UTC)
Re: Ecletism

Extraordinary -- this has been proclaimed both my worst and my best post ever! Who knew tea was so controversial? No wonder it sparked a revolution in America! This stuff is... gunpowder!


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insomnia
insomnia
Insomnia
Wed, Jun. 14th, 2006 05:01 pm (UTC)
Re: Ecletism

For those that missed it, that was a relatively obscure tea pun we just saw there...


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insomnia
insomnia
Insomnia
Wed, Jun. 14th, 2006 05:08 pm (UTC)
Re: Ecletism

I wouldn't call it your worst or best post.

There are a lot of interesting ways you can view tea. Its implications are imperialist, revolutionary, counterrevolutionary, artistic, mainstream, etc.

If you can't find a conversation amongst the leaves, you're obviously steeping them in tepid water.


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imomus
imomus
imomus
Wed, Jun. 14th, 2006 06:31 pm (UTC)
Re: Ecletism

A nice metaphor: blogging is "reading the tea leaves".


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(Anonymous)
Wed, Jun. 14th, 2006 06:59 pm (UTC)
Boston Tea-Party

we brits should never have lost the war of independence.
why should people who think you can make tea in cold, salty water have the right to self-government?


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(Anonymous)
Wed, Jun. 14th, 2006 09:02 pm (UTC)
Re: Ecletism

Furthered the metaphor: "blogging is reading; the tea leaves".


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stanleylieber
stanleylieber
Stanley Lieber
Thu, Jun. 15th, 2006 07:19 pm (UTC)
Re: Ecletism

'Extraordinary -- this has been proclaimed both my worst and my best post ever!'

Isn't almost every post?


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