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The Resident - sleeping frogs
« le: 30 juin 2013 à 03:01:46 »
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We've watched this coming for a long time but we're close to seeing the sleeping frogs become fully boiled now.

Read the rest and see the video here...


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« Réponse #1 le: 30 juin 2013 à 21:31:19 »
I didn't know you are a Zen Gardner fan. Will wonders never cease?

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« Réponse #2 le: 01 juillet 2013 à 00:31:00 »
I didn't know you are a Zen Gardner fan. Will wonders never cease?

I'm not, first time I went on that website. A guy on one of the chans pointed to this post and I thought why not paste it here? He also posted this one which seems actual http://anoncentral.tumblr.com/image/53474298924

About the Zen Gardner link the guy said he is cautious about the content, however he looked a bit amazed that the US citizens could be all regarded as potential terrorists.

Else, I know about the story of the frogs in water starting from cool to boiling… It has long run around.

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Will wonders never cease?

wonders as in wonderland, or wonder as in "to wonder about something"?



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« Réponse #3 le: 01 juillet 2013 à 05:11:34 »
however he looked a bit amazed that the US citizens could be all regarded as potential terrorists.
Yeah, unfortunately, it's true. Our government agencies can't find any real terrorists, so they are creating some by altering the definition.

wonders as in wonderland, or wonder as in "to wonder about something"?
"Will wonders never cease?", translated, I meant "What a coincidence" or "Isn't that amazing?" or "I am surprised". "Will wonders never cease?" is more tongue-in-cheek. Not sarcasm, more of a play on words.