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    Quote Originally Posted by fast View Post
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    See, hysteria.
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    That’s just your inner Bugs Bunny talking.
    Adorable. Irrelevant and off topic, but adorable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fast View Post
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    See, hysteria.
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    That’s just your inner Bugs Bunny talking.
    I didn't say "listeria".
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    Apparently the difference in Canada is a scientific balm.

    Just breaking in.

    There certainty isn't any certainty in JTB because the three legs are attempts to reduce uncertainty. The question posed is answered with a simple No. End if topic.

    But as the many posts preceding this one give lie to whether there is certainty about that. Where is the emptiness theorem when it's needed.

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