Tasting thread post counts are revealing.

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Tasting thread post counts are revealing.

by tenuki » Jun 4th, '08, 19:51

Just wanted to point that out. :D

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Re: Tasting thread post counts are revealing.

by augie » Jun 4th, '08, 21:17

tenuki wrote:Just wanted to point that out. :D


Word.

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by ABx » Jun 4th, '08, 22:37

Care to elaborate? That strikes me as a statement that could be agreed with for completely different reasons.

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by tenuki » Jun 4th, '08, 22:57

ABx wrote:Care to elaborate? That strikes me as a statement that could be agreed with for completely different reasons.


True. I'm only pointing out that it's interesting. Isn't it?

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by ABx » Jun 4th, '08, 23:18

The only thing that it says to me is that some people like to talk about tea after tasting than others. Any judgment calls on my part would be pure conjecture. I can't imagine this being particularly productive unless there's a greater point you wish to make?

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Re: Tasting thread post counts are revealing.

by Salsero » Jun 5th, '08, 02:16

tenuki wrote:Just wanted to point that out.
Too obscure for me. I am curious what you mean, and I am sure it is as interesting and provocative as I have come to count on Tenuki to be, but it is just light years beyond my level of zen awareness.

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by tenuki » Jun 5th, '08, 02:21

Something I'm learning from my 7 year old is that questions are often far more interesting than answers.

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by scruffmcgruff » Jun 5th, '08, 02:27

tenuki wrote:Something I'm learning from my 7 year old is that questions are often far more interesting than answers.


Like, "What is the point of this thread?" :lol:

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by tenuki » Jun 5th, '08, 02:29

scruffmcgruff wrote:
tenuki wrote:Something I'm learning from my 7 year old is that questions are often far more interesting than answers.


Like, "What is the point of this thread?" :lol:


lol, exactly!

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by hop_goblin » Jun 5th, '08, 08:32

Thread taste like crap... I prefer string! :D

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by Mary R » Jun 5th, '08, 09:43

Snrk! :lol:

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