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

Posted by Bob on February 27, 2004

In Reply to: Re: What is meant by the phrase "we live in an age of discontinuity" posted by Bruce Kahl on February 27, 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!

Exactly. And the Cubs get the nod over the Astros, because the new Houston pitchers were American Leaguers, and so never had to bat before.