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Topic: John Nash Objectification
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f8ckplutonium

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Re: John Nash Objectification
Posted: Jan 18, 2013 7:38 PM
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> I don't know that any sensible person has a problem
> with 'gay'... but
> 'objectification of gay'? What does that mean?
> Hmmm... John Nash is a
> mathmatician who has experimented with
> homosexuality... I, on the
> other hand, would never consider the idea of
> experimenting with
> homosexuality...



Why don't you experiment with a gun.. open your mouth, shoot, and see what happens? Or, else, get the fuck of
sci.math, unless you want to do MATHEMATICS,you worthless FUCK.

It is unfair to characterize John
> Nash as being in
> pursuit of the gay agenda... John Nash is someone who
> has the
> confidence and trust of the gay or homosexual
> community...
> 'objectification of gay' implies that there are very
> serious problems
> in our society so who is in the fore to address the
> serious issues
> that 'objectification of gay' implies that our
> society is having? John
> Nash has the potential to be a real asshole towards
> the people who
> have trust and confidence in him... Do you see what
> I'm getting at? If
> you mischaracterize John Nash given the value he has
> to my team, that
> doesn't imply that you have any leverage on either me
> or John Nash. To
> mischaracterize John Nash simply means that you're
> objectified as
> being on the team that is aligned against me.




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