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 6  14: 1:7: -0/9-/2004  JJE
 Pondering on the infamous circle.

 chris
 16: 1:3: -0/9-/2004
 When did a monument commemorating the first amendment become infamous? Why would you make a comment like that? Do you identify with your captors?
 
 JJE
 17: 1:9: -0/9-/2004
 I'm sorry, I meant famous.... Again, I'm sorry.
 
 elbubblio
 19: 2:0: -0/9-/2004
 September 17th, 2004, a day which will live in famy.
 
 SRAISKIN
 19: 2:3: -0/9-/2004
 The circle as a monument to free speech is rather inposing. I didn't ask for it to be there. I can't move it. Nor can any of use. I say we give back the airspace.
 
 chris
 20: 0:0: -0/9-/2004
 I do not understand the ridicule. Just in case you never had the chance to read the Bill of Rights, you can find it at http://www.billofrights.org/ If you want help understanding the significance of the document, please ask a friend studying political science or any professor in the department. Please do not deride that what protects us from authoritarianism.
 
 SRAISKIN
 21: 0:9: -0/9-/2004
 I am no deriding the first amandment, nor the protection it provides. I am deriding the circle which claims to memorialize.