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Re: What is meant by the phrase "we live in an age of discontinuity"

Posted by Bruce Kahl on February 27, 2004

In Reply to: What is meant by the phrase "we live in an age of discontinuity" posted by Manju on February 26, 2004

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: I would like to know the meaning of this phrase "we live in an age of discontinuity". I hope someone will giv me correct meaning of it.

: Thanks

Discontinuity means a lack of cohesion which leads to turbulence and mistrust all brought to you with the complements of Ashcroft, idiot Bush and used to be good guy Blair.
Blame it all on Nader!