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musn't be too quick to condemn

By Diogenes (articles ) | May 26, 2005

An NCR artiste finds a hunger for faith in the international land-mine sales community. Or something.

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  • Posted by: - May. 27, 2005 10:06 AM ET USA

    This guy is training to be priest ?!? How did the Jesuits let him slip by?

  • Posted by: patriot6908 - May. 26, 2005 12:25 PM ET USA

    Mr. Sison is a master of I. "I" is everywhere. There is more I to the story than you or him, her, them, or it. I is the curse of the talentish...the Norman Mailers and assorted possessors of exquisite navels. It is a room of mirrors where even the outer world is condensed within a pound or so of cognitive matter. If Martin Buber was a devotee, his work would have been entitled, "I and Me." Though not exclusively so, it seems to largely inhabit those living on the left edge of the world.

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