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Deleted Post - Nov 3, 2004 at 7:33PM
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Chico, CA
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Re: Thoughts - Nov 05 2004 11:58AM
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Dave
San Marcos, Texas
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I was also a bit disappointed, but the election seems to have been conducted fairly, and this is what the majority of the people want.   I would like to see an administration that is a little more progressive in its thinking, both internationally and domestically.  I am also concerned about the current administration's apparent disregard for civil liberties.

Dave


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Re: Thoughts - Nov 12 2004 1:11PM
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Steve
Sacramento, CA
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Did anyone happen to notice that if you take a map of where the top 50 universities in the US are, and superimpose it on a map of which states voted for what candidate, that all 50 universities are in blue states? Disclaimer: There are only two topics that are impossible to discuss rationally, in my opinion: politics and religion, and I am starting to think that one has become the other.

P.S. Chico Sucks. Sac Rules!!!!


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Deleted Post - Nov 22 2004 3:10PM
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Re: Re: Re: Thoughts - Nov 24 2004 12:41AM
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Steve
Sacramento, CA
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Does anyone want to take a guess an the percent increase in graduate applications McGill University has seen in the past few weeks?

P.S. At least out campus initials aren't CSUC.


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Re: Thoughts - Nov 29 2004 11:44PM
apmontie
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Hey, tonight is my first time at this site and this thread is the first i've read. I hope the rest of the treads aren't as of base as this one. your political views are your own and no one is preventing you from going out and telling people but The Nucleus is about physics not Bush vs. Kerry Boxing match which i can watch on tv. I do like your question about how this all affects us though, but being a young physics student i'm not too worried about politics yet.



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Re: Re: Re: Thoughts - Nov 30 2004 1:34AM
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Steve
Sacramento, CA
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Justin is correct. As far as political dicussions go, this is very mild. It should also be noted that the gentle ribbing that I give Justin about going to such an inferior school is all in good fun. Our schools are so close to each other, we have to give each other grief.


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