politics

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a: Politics ~
b: religion beliefs and penises

What:

"Politics is like religion beliefs and penises. Great to have, but don't shove them down people's throats unless they ask"


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Writer: Not Stated
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Date: Jul 25 2016 7:35 PM



a: Politics ~
b: term papers

What:

"Politics is like term papers," says U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham. "You usually get serious right before the term paper is due. That's the downside of democracy: without friction, there is really no consensus."


Useful?
Writer: Lindsey Graham
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Date: Jul 25 2016 7:38 PM



a: Politics ~
b: Guinea Worm

What:

"Politics is like the Guinea Worm. It sneaks into your body and grows like a cyst from within"


Useful?
Writer: Hunter S. Thompson
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Where:
Date: Jul 25 2016 7:39 PM



a: Politics ~
b: a coin with 2 sides

What:


Useful?
Writer: Eran Vigoda-Gadot, Amos Drory
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Date: Jul 25 2016 7:41 PM



a: Politics ~
b: professional wrestling

Theolgian=doctor

a: Politics of medieval catholicism ~
b: politics of modern major medical center

What: "No one much cares whether a theologian may or may not be heretical, but people do care whether a physician is qualified. I tell my students that if you want to have some sense of what the politics of medieval Catholicism was like you need only hang around the major medical centres associated with universities. People no longer believe that their salvation depends on priests, but they sure as hell believe that they do not want to die and they think, usually quite unrealistically, that medicine can significantly prolong their life, which accounts for the enormous prestige and power of medicine and medical knowledges in the university. However, this prestige and power is just as likely to corrupt a flourishing intellectual life, which was the case in the past for theology, as it is to engender it."

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Writer: Stanley Hauerwas
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Date: Apr 27 2012 10:57 PM



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