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Agnes by Tony Cochran for March 02, 2012

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    rolleg  almost 8 years ago

    Wise beyond her years.

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    J Short Premium Member almost 8 years ago

    A capital offense.

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    magicwalnut Premium Member almost 8 years ago

    Atta girl, Agnes!

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    rshive  almost 8 years ago

    Agnes does indeed raise savoring to an art form.

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    tigre1  almost 8 years ago

    There are those things you know, things you know you don’t know,things you don’t know you don’t know, and…part of a

    well-rehearsed patter from NLP training, pretty much as used by Rumsfeld, as also taught by Gingrich’s teachers…

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    tigre1  almost 8 years ago

    Also part of a pretty good checklist used by some planners…

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    comicgirl1001  almost 8 years ago

    teachers .. just dont understand creativity .

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    David Huie Green  almost 8 years ago

    I actually like the idea about knowing and not knowing.- If you know, all is well. .If you know you don’t know, you can find out if possible or simply allow for your ignorance. That’s the reason you don’t pass on hills or curves; you know you don’t know what might be about to come around the curve at you.- If you think you know but are wrong, that can bite you in the rear. Things like, “I know there’s no buried IEDs ahead,” when there might be. Things like, “I’m sure the seals on the shuttle won’t be affected by cold weather,” when they will..I didn’t like Rumsfeld, but that’s another matter, too much like McNamara for my taste.

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    wowzo  almost 8 years ago

    Yep another invitation

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    Hunter7  almost 8 years ago

    Just remember the cosmos has a wicked sense of humour. Which is why Agnes is savouring the moment and the Principal is considering his place in the Great Cycle and how he can avoid savouring the moment with Agnes.

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