Comment ["Q-01 What must comment on you embrace being of business by Ewan Hoyle it is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
Comment on We ["Q-02 Who must embrace being the party of business by Ewan Hoyle it is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
Ewan Hoyle ["Q-03 Who is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
Brexit ["Q-04 What by cancelling cancelling create security and hope for businesses improve the tax proceeds into the exchequer and so improve your ability to invest in public services and social security ?"] "
Comment on We must embrace being the party of business ["Q-05 What by cancelling Brexit you cancelling N and hope for businesses improve the tax proceeds into the exchequer and so improve your ability to invest in public services and social security ?"] "
Ours is the offer ["Q-06 What is Ours for the many for the few for everyone ?"] "
Ours ["Q-07 Who is the offer for the many for the few for everyone ?"] "
party ["Q-08 What are you that isn & # 039 ; t interested in class war you can govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
Ewan Hoyle ["Q-09 Who are the party that isn & # 039 ; t interested in class war you can govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
interested in class war ["Q-10 Who can govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
Ewan Hoyle ["Q-11 Who identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
Comment on We must embrace being the party of business ["Q-01 Of what must comment on you embrace being the party by Ewan Hoyle it is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
Ewan Hoyle ["Q-02 By what must comment on you embrace being the party of business is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
party of business ["Q-03 Comment on you must embrace being of what is the party of business by Ewan Hoyle it possible to be the party and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
party of business ["Q-04 Comment on you must embrace being of what is the party of business by Ewan Hoyle it possible to be the party of business and the party most vulnerable ?"] "
Comment ["Q-05 What must comment on you embrace being of business by Ewan Hoyle it is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
the party of business ["Q-06 Comment on you must embrace being what is the party of business by Ewan Hoyle it possible to be of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
Comment on We ["Q-07 Who must embrace being the party of business by Ewan Hoyle it is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
Ewan Hoyle ["Q-08 Who is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
isn't ["Q-09 ]
businesses ["Q-010 For what by cancelling Brexit you cancelling security and hope improve the tax proceeds into the exchequer and so improve your ability to invest in public services and social security ?"] "
the exchequer ["Q-011 By cancelling Brexit you create into what do security and hope for businesses improve the tax proceeds and so improve your ability to invest in public services and social security ?"] "
public services ["Q-012 By cancelling Brexit you create security and hope for businesses improve in what do the tax proceeds into the exchequer and so improve your ability to invest and social security ?"] "
Brexit ["Q-013 What by cancelling cancelling create security and hope for businesses improve the tax proceeds into the exchequer and so improve your ability to invest in public services and social security ?"] "
Comment on We must embrace being the party of business by Ewan Hoyle It is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ["Q-014 What by cancelling Brexit you cancelling N and hope for businesses improve the tax proceeds into the exchequer and so improve your ability to invest in public services and social security ?"] "
tax proceeds ["Q-015 By cancelling Brexit you create what do security and hope for businesses improve into the exchequer and so improve your ability to invest in public services and social security ?"] "
our ability ["Q-016 By cancelling Brexit you create security and hope for businesses improve what do the tax proceeds into the exchequer and so improve to invest in public services and social security ?"] "
isn't ["Q-017 ]
public services and social security ["Q-018 For what is ours the offer many for the few for everyone ?"] "
improve our ability to invest in public services and social security ["Q-019 For what is ours the offer for the many few for everyone ?"] "
Ours is the offer for the many for the few for everyone ["Q-020 For what is ours the offer for the many for the few ?"] "
Ours is the offer ["Q-021 What is Ours for the many for the few for everyone ?"] "
Ours ["Q-022 Who is the offer for the many for the few for everyone ?"] "
isn't ["Q-023 ]
isn't ["Q-024 Are you the party & # 039 ; t interested in class war you can govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
class war ["Q-025 In what are you the party that isn & # 039 ; t interested can govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
isn't ["Q-026 We are the party that isn & # 039 ; t can interested in class war you govern & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
identifying any scapegoats ["Q-027 We are the party that isn & # 039 ; t without what can interested in class war you govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit or enemies of the people ?"] "
everyone's ["Q-028 We are the party that isn & # 039 ; t interested in class war you can govern for everyone & # 039 ; of what s benefit without identifying identifying any scapegoats or enemies ?"] "
party ["Q-029 What are you that isn & # 039 ; t interested in class war you can govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
any scapegoats ["Q-030 We are the party that isn & # 039 ; t interested in class war you can govern for everyone & # 039 ; what s benefit without identifying identifying or enemies of the people ?"] "
Ewan Hoyle ["Q-031 Who are the party that isn & # 039 ; t interested in class war you can govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
interested in class war ["Q-032 Who can govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
without ["Q-033 Who identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
isn't ["Q-034 ]
isn't ["Q-035 ]
Comment ["Q-01 What must comment on you embrace being of business by Ewan Hoyle it is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
Comment on We ["Q-02 Who must embrace being the party of business by Ewan Hoyle it is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
Ewan Hoyle ["Q-03 Who is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
Brexit ["Q-04 What by cancelling cancelling create security and hope for businesses improve the tax proceeds into the exchequer and so improve your ability to invest in public services and social security ?"] "
Comment on We must embrace being the party of business ["Q-05 What by cancelling Brexit you cancelling N and hope for businesses improve the tax proceeds into the exchequer and so improve your ability to invest in public services and social security ?"] "
Ours is the offer ["Q-06 What is Ours for the many for the few for everyone ?"] "
Ours ["Q-07 Who is the offer for the many for the few for everyone ?"] "
party ["Q-08 What are you that isn & # 039 ; t interested in class war you can govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
Ewan Hoyle ["Q-09 Who are the party that isn & # 039 ; t interested in class war you can govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
interested in class war ["Q-10 Who can govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
Ewan Hoyle ["Q-11 Who identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
Comment on We must embrace being the party of business ["Q-01 Of what must comment on you embrace being the party by Ewan Hoyle it is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
Ewan Hoyle ["Q-02 By what must comment on you embrace being the party of business is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
party of business ["Q-03 Comment on you must embrace being of what is the party of business by Ewan Hoyle it possible to be the party and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
party of business ["Q-04 Comment on you must embrace being of what is the party of business by Ewan Hoyle it possible to be the party of business and the party most vulnerable ?"] "
Comment ["Q-05 What must comment on you embrace being of business by Ewan Hoyle it is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
the party of business ["Q-06 Comment on you must embrace being what is the party of business by Ewan Hoyle it possible to be of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
Comment on We ["Q-07 Who must embrace being the party of business by Ewan Hoyle it is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
Ewan Hoyle ["Q-08 Who is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ?"] "
isn't ["Q-09 ]
businesses ["Q-010 For what by cancelling Brexit you cancelling security and hope improve the tax proceeds into the exchequer and so improve your ability to invest in public services and social security ?"] "
the exchequer ["Q-011 By cancelling Brexit you create into what do security and hope for businesses improve the tax proceeds and so improve your ability to invest in public services and social security ?"] "
public services ["Q-012 By cancelling Brexit you create security and hope for businesses improve in what do the tax proceeds into the exchequer and so improve your ability to invest and social security ?"] "
Brexit ["Q-013 What by cancelling cancelling create security and hope for businesses improve the tax proceeds into the exchequer and so improve your ability to invest in public services and social security ?"] "
Comment on We must embrace being the party of business by Ewan Hoyle It is possible to be the party of business and the party of the most vulnerable ["Q-014 What by cancelling Brexit you cancelling N and hope for businesses improve the tax proceeds into the exchequer and so improve your ability to invest in public services and social security ?"] "
tax proceeds ["Q-015 By cancelling Brexit you create what do security and hope for businesses improve into the exchequer and so improve your ability to invest in public services and social security ?"] "
our ability ["Q-016 By cancelling Brexit you create security and hope for businesses improve what do the tax proceeds into the exchequer and so improve to invest in public services and social security ?"] "
isn't ["Q-017 ]
public services and social security ["Q-018 For what is ours the offer many for the few for everyone ?"] "
improve our ability to invest in public services and social security ["Q-019 For what is ours the offer for the many few for everyone ?"] "
Ours is the offer for the many for the few for everyone ["Q-020 For what is ours the offer for the many for the few ?"] "
Ours is the offer ["Q-021 What is Ours for the many for the few for everyone ?"] "
Ours ["Q-022 Who is the offer for the many for the few for everyone ?"] "
isn't ["Q-023 ]
isn't ["Q-024 Are you the party & # 039 ; t interested in class war you can govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
class war ["Q-025 In what are you the party that isn & # 039 ; t interested can govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
isn't ["Q-026 We are the party that isn & # 039 ; t can interested in class war you govern & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
identifying any scapegoats ["Q-027 We are the party that isn & # 039 ; t without what can interested in class war you govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit or enemies of the people ?"] "
everyone's ["Q-028 We are the party that isn & # 039 ; t interested in class war you can govern for everyone & # 039 ; of what s benefit without identifying identifying any scapegoats or enemies ?"] "
party ["Q-029 What are you that isn & # 039 ; t interested in class war you can govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
any scapegoats ["Q-030 We are the party that isn & # 039 ; t interested in class war you can govern for everyone & # 039 ; what s benefit without identifying identifying or enemies of the people ?"] "
Ewan Hoyle ["Q-031 Who are the party that isn & # 039 ; t interested in class war you can govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
interested in class war ["Q-032 Who can govern for everyone & # 039 ; s benefit without identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
without ["Q-033 Who identifying any scapegoats or enemies of the people ?"] "
isn't ["Q-034 ]
isn't ["Q-035 ]
john coltranetony ["Q-01 Who gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the"
blues ["Q-02 Who duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission"
ellington charles mingus ["Q-03 Who sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garage
the sun rip rig ["Q-04 Who say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garagedogspirate love johnny thunders + the heartbreakers ?"] "
the saints ["Q-05 Who come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garagedogspirate love johnny thunders + the heartbreakers ?"] "
papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand I ["Q-06 Who do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garagedogspirate love johnny thunders + the heartbreakers ?"] "
sonny vincentdont ["Q-07 Who be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garagedogspirate love johnny thunders + the heartbreakers ?"] "
ellington charles ["Q-08 Who duck Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar r N the heartbreakers ?"] "
pedro ["Q-01 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) in what gets john coltranetony wasted too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand yo
blowout juciferunsurety insecurity/breathe sliversloose ["Q-02 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken blowout what omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red
the sun rip rig ["Q-03 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken because what omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayo
2003-12-14 The Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions (alternate take) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging/me/questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater-kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity/breathe sliversloose (live) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig ["Q-04 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry l
the sun rip rig ["Q-05 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when of what come the saints marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dir
5-8busted sonny vincentdont ["Q-06 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth
5-8busted sonny vincentdont ["Q-07 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth
5-8busted sonny vincentdont ["Q-08 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth
5-8busted sonny vincentdont ["Q-09 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth
5-8busted sonny vincentdont ["Q-010 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirt
john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging/me/questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater-kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity/breathe sliversloose (live) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig ["Q-011 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) what gets john coltranetony wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year
ellington charles mingus ["Q-012 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too whom sharp cornersbackward country blues d J mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth"
2003-12-14 The Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions (alternate take) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging/me/questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater-kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity/breathe sliversloose (live) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig ["Q-013 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year
rip rig ["Q-014 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington c N mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken what omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to c N sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red cray
there because of the sun rip rig ["Q-015 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there what do because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle -
marching ["Q-016 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when what do the saints come in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth"
2003-12-14 The Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions (alternate take) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging/me/questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater-kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity/breathe sliversloose (live) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig ["Q-017 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry
5-8busted sonny ["Q-018 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of t
rip rig ["Q-019 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth
john coltranetony ["Q-020 Who gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the"
blues ["Q-021 Who duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission"
ellington charles mingus ["Q-022 Who sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garag
the sun rip rig ["Q-023 Who say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garagedogspirate love johnny thunders + the heartbreakers ?"] "
the saints ["Q-024 Who come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garagedogspirate love johnny thunders + the heartbreakers ?"] "
papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand I ["Q-025 Who do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garagedogspirate love johnny thunders + the heartbreakers ?"] "
sonny vincentdont ["Q-026 Who be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garagedogspirate love johnny thunders + the heartbreakers ?"] "
ellington charles mingus ["Q-027 Who duck Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar r N the heartbreakers ?"] "
there because of the sun rip rig ["Q-028 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there how much do because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dir
12-14 The Watt ["Q-029 ]
john coltranetony ["Q-01 Who gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the"
blues ["Q-02 Who duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission"
ellington charles mingus ["Q-03 Who sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garage
the sun rip rig ["Q-04 Who say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garagedogspirate love johnny thunders + the heartbreakers ?"] "
the saints ["Q-05 Who come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garagedogspirate love johnny thunders + the heartbreakers ?"] "
papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand I ["Q-06 Who do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garagedogspirate love johnny thunders + the heartbreakers ?"] "
sonny vincentdont ["Q-07 Who be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garagedogspirate love johnny thunders + the heartbreakers ?"] "
ellington charles ["Q-08 Who duck Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar r N the heartbreakers ?"] "
pedro ["Q-01 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) in what gets john coltranetony wasted too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand yo
blowout juciferunsurety insecurity/breathe sliversloose ["Q-02 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken blowout what omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red
the sun rip rig ["Q-03 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken because what omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayo
2003-12-14 The Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions (alternate take) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging/me/questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater-kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity/breathe sliversloose (live) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig ["Q-04 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry l
the sun rip rig ["Q-05 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when of what come the saints marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dir
5-8busted sonny vincentdont ["Q-06 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth
5-8busted sonny vincentdont ["Q-07 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth
5-8busted sonny vincentdont ["Q-08 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth
5-8busted sonny vincentdont ["Q-09 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth
5-8busted sonny vincentdont ["Q-010 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirt
john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging/me/questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater-kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity/breathe sliversloose (live) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig ["Q-011 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) what gets john coltranetony wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year
ellington charles mingus ["Q-012 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too whom sharp cornersbackward country blues d J mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth"
2003-12-14 The Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions (alternate take) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging/me/questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater-kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity/breathe sliversloose (live) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig ["Q-013 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year
rip rig ["Q-014 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington c N mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken what omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to c N sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red cray
there because of the sun rip rig ["Q-015 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there what do because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle -
marching ["Q-016 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when what do the saints come in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth"
2003-12-14 The Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions (alternate take) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging/me/questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater-kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity/breathe sliversloose (live) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig ["Q-017 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry
5-8busted sonny ["Q-018 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of t
rip rig ["Q-019 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth
john coltranetony ["Q-020 Who gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the"
blues ["Q-021 Who duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission"
ellington charles mingus ["Q-022 Who sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garag
the sun rip rig ["Q-023 Who say goodbye roky ericksonhour 2when the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garagedogspirate love johnny thunders + the heartbreakers ?"] "
the saints ["Q-024 Who come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand you do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garagedogspirate love johnny thunders + the heartbreakers ?"] "
papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dirth of tilth the red crayolaand I ["Q-025 Who do nt give a damn 5 - 8busted sonny vincentdont be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garagedogspirate love johnny thunders + the heartbreakers ?"] "
sonny vincentdont ["Q-026 Who be a dropout the fleshtoneshour 3part three of the incredible adventures of jack flandersclass war mission of burmaapogeum iancu dumitrescumemory of a liar johnette napalitanoballad of brown duck the scallywagsmoney garagedogspirate love johnny thunders + the heartbreakers ?"] "
ellington charles mingus ["Q-027 Who duck Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar r N the heartbreakers ?"] "
there because of the sun rip rig ["Q-028 2003 - 12 - 14 the Watt from Pedro Show hour 1stellar regions ( alternate take ) john coltranetony gets wasted in pedro the reactionariesme too sharp cornersbackward country blues duke ellington charles mingus and max roachchange plebsthe white seahorse ken omalleysport sliversrearranging / me / questions sliversreason to cry lucinda williamsjenny sleater - kinneymodel year blowout juciferunsurety insecurity / breathe sliversloose ( live ) stoogesshadows only there how much do because of the sun rip rig and panicnever say goodbye roky the saints come marching in albert aylerlight dream papa woody- brother matts spin cycle - dir
12-14 The Watt ["Q-029 ]
embrace ideas ["Q-01 What you need of thinking and new ways of organising ?"] "
HarmanThe ["Q-02 Who need new ways of thinking and new ways of organising ?"] "
HarmanThe ["Q-03 Who organising ?"] "
HarmanThe ["Q-04 Who have to break with old ideological formulae of the old left ?"] "
talk ["Q-05 What i h n repeatedly in the anti - capitalist and anti - war movements today ?"] "
HarmanThe ["Q-06 Who hear such talk repeatedly in the anti - capitalist and anti - war movements today ?"] "
many people ["Q-07 Who represents a welcome attempt to break from the jaded parliamentarianism of New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed in 1989 ?"] "
New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism ["Q-08 Who organising embrace ideas and methods easily as old as those they criticise ?"] "
those who talk of new ideas and new methods of organising embrace ideas and methods ["Q-09 Who criticise ?"] "
New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed in 1989.But often those who talk of new ideas and new methods of organising embrace ideas and methods easily as old as those they criticise ["Q-10 Who is true of the various forms of autonomism in the movement today ?"] "
The autonomists ["Q-11 Who hold essentially that each individual or group should protest in their own way without bowing down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
The autonomists ["Q-12 Who should protest in their own way without bowing down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
The autonomists ["Q-13 Who bowing down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
The autonomists ["Q-14 Who centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
self activity ["Q-15 Who is as valid as any other and if they are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
Any form of self activity ["Q-16 Who are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
views ["Q-17 Who do not differ essentially from the arguments used by anarchists during the time of Marx and Engels ?"] "
the arguments ["Q-18 Who used by anarchists during the time of Marx and Engels ?"] "
anarchists during the time of Marx and Engels ["Q-19 What have they been resurrected repeatedly since most recently in the movements of the late 1960s ?"] "
anarchists during the time of Marx and Engels ["Q-20 Who have been resurrected repeatedly since most recently in the movements of the late 1960s ?"] "
American radical student movement SDS ["Q-21 Who is to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
Jack Weinberg ["Q-22 Who overwhelming good d N anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
all ["Q-23 What did Action was that really counted ?"] "
Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil ["Q-24 Who was all that really counted ?"] "
non-existent irrelevant or bought off ["Q-25 What was Marxism rejected as old left ?"] "
Marxism ["Q-26 Who was rejected as old left ?"] "
Marxism ["Q-27 What the working class working as non - existent irrelevant or bought off ?"] "
Community ["Q-28 Who organising and participatory democracy were the key phrases which defined the organisation ?"] "
Community organising and participatory democracy ["Q-29 Who were the key phrases which defined the organisation ?"] "
the authorities ["Q-30 Who still rejected organisation and ideology ?"] "
Germany France and Italy ["Q-31 Where did such structurelessness fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and as well - for the first time ?"] "
situations ["Q-32 What did such structurelessness fitted of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time ?"] "
structurelessness ["Q-33 Who fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time ?"] "
students - and in Italy workers ["Q-34 Who took to the streets and occupied buildings they unbalanced the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
the streets ["Q-35 Who occupied not worry u R the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
authorities ["Q-36 Who did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
the established power structure ["Q-37 What did but none of the swarms succeeded in going beyond shaking succeeded to destroying it ?"] "
students - and in Italy workers ["Q-38 Whom did but none of the swarms succeeded in going beyond shaking the established succeeded power structure to destroying ?"] "
Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil only a few years ago SDS in its overwhelming majority was anti-centralist and anti-ideological. Action was all that really counted. Marxism ["Q-39 Who was not long before it was hitting back ?"] "
Jack Weinberg ["Q-40 Who was hitting back ?"] "
1968 ["Q-41 How much was when it began to suffer its first serious setbacks ?"] "
the movement in the US ["Q-42 Who reached its highest pitch 1968 was when it began to suffer its first serious setbacks ?"] "
the US ["Q-43 Who began to suffer its first serious setbacks ?"] "
Chicago ["Q-44 Where did Police battered protesters outside the democratic convention while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
streets and occupied buildings ["Q-45 Where did Police battered protesters outside the democratic convention in Chicago orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
protesters ["Q-46 What did Police battered outside the democratic convention in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
Police ["Q-47 Who battered protesters outside the democratic convention in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
the FBI ["Q-48 Who orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
people ["Q-49 Who began to feel the need for structures and for some understanding of the forces at work in society - for an ideology ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe ["Q-50 What N against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation exposed the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
black liberation ["Q-51 Who exposed the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-52 Who led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson ["Q-53 Who must be overthrown ?"] "
a super-idealistic childrens crusade ["Q-54 What began as a movement in what many ways resembling resembling to save the world was becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe ["Q-55 What began as a movement in what many ways resembling resembling a super - idealistic childrens crusade to save was becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation ["Q-56 What began as a movement in many ways resembling a super - idealistic childrens crusade to save what was the world becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-57 Who resembling a super - idealistic childrens crusade to save the world was becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil only a few years ago SDS in its overwhelming majority was anti-centralist and anti-ideological. Action was all that really counted. Marxism was rejected as old left. The working class was seen as non-existent irrelevant or bought off. Community organising and participatory democracy were the key phrases which defined the organisation. A massive radicalisation in 1967 saw the flowering of the Yippies and the Motherfuckers which preached confrontation with the authorities but still rejected organisation and ideology. In the student movements of Germany France and Italy there was the same stress on spontaneity. Such structurelessness fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time. As they took to the streets and occupied buildings they unbalanced the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation.But none of the swarms succeeded in g , forced the radical movement to take itself - and as a result its ideas - more seriously " ["Q-59 What had the stakes been raised ?"] "
The stakes ["Q-60 Who had been raised ?"] "
radical movement ["Q-61 What did this forced to take itself - and as a result its ideas - more seriously ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-62 Whom did this forced the radical movement to take - and as a result its ideas - more seriously ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-63 Who forced the radical movement to take itself - and as a result its ideas - more seriously ?"] "
Progressive Labour ["Q-64 Who was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction t T Pl among indigenous sdsers was extremely hostile ?"] "
PL among indigenous SDSers ["Q-65 Who was extremely hostile ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-66 Who noted Pls at least nominal possession of a coherent worldview was an important advantage ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-67 Who was an important advantage ?"] "
SDS ["Q-68 What did the established established - and thousands of followers - responded by adopting hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-69 Who established Sds leadership - and thousands of followers - responded by adopting hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
followers ["Q-70 Who responded Sds l N hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-71 Who meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson noted PLs at least nominal possession of a coherent worldview was an important advantage. The established SDS leadership - and thousands of followers - responded by adopting hard supposedly Marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ["Q-72 Who would now describe as autonomist politics was embracing one or other version of Stalinism ?"] "
autonomist politics ["Q-73 Who was embracing one or other version of Stalinism ?"] "
Germany ["Q-74 Where did the situation was very similar and Italy ?"] "
Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil only a few years ago SDS in its overwhelming majority was anti-centralist and anti-ideological. Action was all that really counted. Marxism was rejected as old left. The working class was seen as non-existent irrelevant or bought off. Community organising and participatory democracy were the key phrases which defined the organisation. A massive radicalisation in 1967 saw the flowering of the Yippies and the Motherfuckers which preached confrontation with the authorities but still rejected organisation and ideology. In the student movements of Germany France and Italy there was the same stress on spontaneity. Such structurelessness fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time. As they took to the streets and occupied buildings they unbalanced the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation.But none of the swarms succeeded in g , Very large numbers of those who had spoken of anti-authoritarianism and spontaneity in 1967 " ["Q-76 How much were turning to Maoism by the early 1970s ?"] "
Lotta Continua ["Q-77 How much trying to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party ?"] "
Lotta Continua ["Q-78 Who was by 1974 trying to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party ?"] "
The class war is a war with the other side continually trying to take advantage of weak points on our side to encourage division and fragmentation ["Q-79 What had people discovered very important things ?"] "
Lotta Continua was by 1974 trying to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party. The new had transmuted into the old almost overnight.People ["Q-80 Who had discovered the hard way some very important things ?"] "
The class war ["Q-81 What is the class war with the other side continually trying to take advantage of weak points on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
The class war ["Q-82 Who is a war with the other side continually trying to take advantage of weak points on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
The class war ["Q-83 Who continually trying to take advantage of weak points on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
people ["Q-84 Who tend to break more quickly with the established ideas of existing society than others ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson noted PLs at least nominal possession of a coherent worldview was an important advantage. The established SDS leadership - and thousands of followers - responded by adopting hard supposedly Marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist. A movement that had once had what we would now describe as autonomist politics was embracing one or other version of Stalinism.The situation was very similar in Germany and Italy. Very large numbers of those who had spoken of anti-authoritarianism and spontaneity in 1967 were turning to Maoism by the early 1970s. The most significant of the Italian spontaneist organisations Lotta Continua ["Q-85 Who established more quickly with the established ideas of existing society than others ?"] "
The mistake ["Q-86 Who was not to turn from spontaneism to organisation ?"] "
The mistake ["Q-87 Who was to turn to authoritarian top - down organisation which could not possibly relate to the ups and downs of living movements ?"] "
Jack Weinberg ["Q-88 Who became very clear once the major capitalist governments had succeeded in restabilising themselves in the mid-1970s ?"] "
major capitalist governments ["Q-89 Who had succeeded in restabilising themselves in the mid-1970s ?"] "
major capitalist governments ["Q-90 Who restabilising themselves in the mid-1970s ?"] "
big Maoist organisations ["Q-91 Who had fragmented and collapsed ?"] "
Stalinism ["Q-92 Who collapsed ?"] "
fragmentation ["Q-93 What did many activists began to glorify as autonomy ?"] "
Many activists ["Q-94 Who began to glorify this fragmentation as autonomy ?"] "
autonomy ["Q-95 What did but each of the fragments was too weak to really win for itself by its own efforts ?"] "
the fragments ["Q-96 Who was too weak to really win space for itself by its own efforts ?"] "
autonomy ["Q-97 What did it was not long before most of those who worshipped of the movements were putting their faith in parliamentarianism to achieve it ?"] "
Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil only a few years ago SDS in its overwhelming majority was anti-centralist and anti-ideological. Action was all that really counted. Marxism was rejected as old left. The working class was seen as non-existent irrelevant or bought off. Community organising and participatory democracy were the key phrases which defined the organisation. A massive radicalisation in 1967 saw the flowering of the Yippies and the Motherfuckers which preached confrontation with the authorities but still rejected organisation and ideology. In the student movements of Germany France and Italy there was the same stress on spontaneity. Such structurelessness fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time. As they took to the streets and occupied buildings they unbalanced the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation.But none of the swarms succeeded in g , autonomy of the movements " ["Q-99 Who were putting their faith in parliamentarianism to achieve it ?"] "
ideas ["Q-100 Who clarifying organisation to c V organisation to coordinate struggle that do not involve an authoritarian stalinist structure ?"] "
our side ["Q-101 What N of centralisation to create conditions in which your side is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
authoritarian Stalinist structure ["Q-102 Who means elements of centralisation to create conditions in which your side is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
our side ["Q-103 Who is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
central organisation ["Q-104 Who is unpalatable to some people ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-105 Who is that if me do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to centralised attacks on the movement will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
harsh lesson from the past ["Q-106 Who do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to centralised attacks on the movement will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
centralised attacks on the movement ["Q-107 Who will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-01 ]
thinking ["Q-02 Of what you need new ways and new ways of organising ?"] "
organising ["Q-03 Of what you need new ways of thinking and new ways ?"] "
embrace ideas ["Q-04 What you need of thinking and new ways of organising ?"] "
HarmanThe ["Q-05 Who need new ways of thinking and new ways of organising ?"] "
HarmanThe ["Q-06 Who organising ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-07 ]
ideological formulae ["Q-08 With what do you have to break of the old left ?"] "
thinking and new ways of organising ["Q-09 Of what do you have to break with old ideological formulae ?"] "
HarmanThe ["Q-010 Who have to break with old ideological formulae of the old left ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-011 ]
old ideological formulae of the old left ["Q-012 In what i hear such talk repeatedly anti - capitalist and anti - war movements today ?"] "
talk ["Q-013 What i h n repeatedly in the anti - capitalist and anti - war movements today ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris HarmanThe ["Q-014 Who hear such talk repeatedly in the anti - capitalist and anti - war movements today ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-015 ]
jaded parliamentarianism ["Q-016 And for from what does many people it represents a welcome attempt to break of New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed in 1989 ?"] "
New Labour ["Q-017 And for of what does many people it represents a welcome attempt to break from the jaded parliamentarianism and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed in 1989 ?"] "
the Stalinism ["Q-018 And for of what does many people it represents a welcome attempt to break from the jaded parliamentarianism of New Labour and the manipulative methods that collapsed in 1989 ?"] "
1989.But ["Q-019 And for when does many people it represents a welcome attempt to break from the jaded parliamentarianism of New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed ?"] "
anti-war movements ["Q-020 And for what does many people it represents to break from the jaded parliamentarianism of New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed in 1989 ?"] "
many people ["Q-021 Who represents a welcome attempt to break from the jaded parliamentarianism of New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed in 1989 ?"] "
anti-war movements ["Q-022 And for in how much does many people it represents a welcome attempt to break from the jaded parliamentarianism of New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed ?"] "
1989.But ["Q-023 And for how much does many people it represents a welcome attempt to break from the jaded parliamentarianism of New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed in ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-024 ]
manipulative methods ["Q-025 But often those who talk of new ideas and as what new methods of organising organising embrace ideas and methods easily as old criticise ?"] "
manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed in 1989.But often those who talk of new ideas and new methods of organising embrace ideas ["Q-026 But often those who talk of new ideas and what new methods of organising organising and methods easily as old as those they criticise ?"] "
New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism ["Q-027 Who organising embrace ideas and methods easily as old as those they criticise ?"] "
Stalinism ["Q-028 Who criticise ?"] "
2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-029 ]
various forms of autonomism ["Q-030 Of what is this true of autonomism in the movement today ?"] "
autonomism ["Q-031 Of what is this true of the various forms in the movement today ?"] "
movement today ["Q-032 In what is this true of the various forms of autonomism ?"] "
HarmanThe ["Q-033 Who is true of the various forms of autonomism in the movement today ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-034 ]
any centralised ["Q-035 The autonomists hold essentially that each individual or group should protest in their to what bowing own way without bowing down still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
each individual ["Q-036 That what the autonomists hold essentially or group should protest in their own way without bowing down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
individual or group should protest in their own way ["Q-037 The autonomists hold essentially in what should that each individual or group protest own way without bowing down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
bowing down ["Q-038 The autonomists hold essentially without what should that each individual or group protest in their own way down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
less hierarchical structure ["Q-039 The autonomists hold essentially that each individual or group should protest in their what bowing own way without bowing down to any centralised ?"] "
The autonomists ["Q-040 Who hold essentially that each individual or group should protest in their own way without bowing down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
each individual or group ["Q-041 Who should protest in their own way without bowing down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
The autonomists ["Q-042 Who bowing down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
The autonomists ["Q-043 Who centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-044 ]
if they are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ["Q-045 Any form of self activity is as valid as to what are any other and if they allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges that can destroy its hold ?"] "
swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ["Q-046 As what is any form of self activity as valid other and if they are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ["Q-047 If whom is any form of self activity as valid as any other and are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
different challenges ["Q-048 Any form of self activity is as valid as of what are any other and if they allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
if they are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ["Q-049 Any form of self activity is as valid as what are any other and if they allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
swarm ["Q-050 Any form of self activity is as valid as what are any other and if they allowed to develop freely can constitute or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
its hold ["Q-051 Any form of self activity is as valid as what are any other and if they allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy ?"] "
self activity ["Q-052 Who is as valid as any other and if they are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
Any form of self activity ["Q-053 Who are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-054 ]
arguments used ["Q-055 From what do such views do not differ essentially by anarchists during the time of Marx and Engels ?"] "
anarchists ["Q-056 Such views do not differ essentially by what did from the arguments used during the time of Marx and Engels ?"] "
the time ["Q-057 Such views do not differ essentially during what did from the arguments used by anarchists of Marx and Engels ?"] "
Any form of self activity is as valid as any other and if they are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ["Q-058 Such views do not differ essentially of whom did from the arguments used by anarchists during the time and engels ?"] "
views ["Q-059 Who do not differ essentially from the arguments used by anarchists during the time of Marx and Engels ?"] "
the arguments ["Q-060 Who used by anarchists during the time of Marx and Engels ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-061 ]
movements ["Q-062 In what have they been resurrected repeatedly since most recently of the late 1960s ?"] "
late 1960s ["Q-063 Of what have they been resurrected repeatedly since most recently in the movements ?"] "
the time of Marx and Engels ["Q-064 What have they been resurrected repeatedly since most recently in the movements of the late 1960s ?"] "
anarchists during the time of Marx and Engels ["Q-065 Who have been resurrected repeatedly since most recently in the movements of the late 1960s ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-066 ]
an article ["Q-067 A good description of the dominant attitude in in what is the american radical student movement Sds to be found from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
1969 ["Q-068 A good description of the dominant attitude in when is the american radical student movement Sds to be found in an article by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
two San Francisco ["Q-069 A good description of the dominant attitude in by what is the american radical student movement Sds to be found in an article from 1969 socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
San Francisco socialists ["Q-070 A good description of the d J attitude in the american radical student movement Sds is to be found in an article from 1969 by two in what Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
SDS in its overwhelming majority was anti-centralist and anti-ideological ["Q-071 A good d N of the d d N N N attitude in the american radical student movement Sds is to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
SDS ["Q-072 A good description of the d J attitude in what is the american radical student movement Sds to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
SDS ["Q-073 A good description of the d J attitude in the american radical student movement Sds is to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco what s s N N N and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
dominant attitude in the American radical student movement SDS is to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil only a few years ago SDS ["Q-074 A good description of the whose attitude in the american radical student movement Sds is to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
SDS ["Q-075 A good description of the d J attitude in the american radical student movement Sds is to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in whose overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
American radical student movement SDS ["Q-076 Who is to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil ["Q-077 Who overwhelming good d N anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
1969 ["Q-078 A good description of the d J attitude in from how much is the american radical student movement Sds to be found in an article by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil only a few years ago SDS ["Q-079 A good description of the d J attitude in by how much is the american radical student movement Sds to be found in an article from 1969 San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
SDS ["Q-080 A good d N of the how much d d N N N attitude in the american radical student movement Sds is to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-081 ]
all ["Q-082 What did Action was that really counted ?"] "
Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil ["Q-083 Who was all that really counted ?"] "
2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-084 ]
old left ["Q-085 As what was Marxism rejected ?"] "
non-existent irrelevant or bought off ["Q-086 What was Marxism rejected as old left ?"] "
Marxism ["Q-087 Who was rejected as old left ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-088 ]
non-existent irrelevant ["Q-089 As what the working class working or bought off ?"] "
Marxism ["Q-090 What the working class working as non - existent irrelevant or bought off ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-091 ]
key phrases ["Q-092 Community organising and what were participatory democracy which defined the organisation ?"] "
the organisation ["Q-093 Community organising and what were participatory democracy the key phrases which defined ?"] "
Community ["Q-094 Who organising and participatory democracy were the key phrases which defined the organisation ?"] "
Community organising and participatory democracy ["Q-095 Who were the key phrases which defined the organisation ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-096 ]
the Motherfuckers ["Q-097 A massive radicalisation in 1967 saw the flowering of the yippies and the Motherfuckers which preached what did confrontation with the authorities but still rejected and ideology ?"] "
the authorities ["Q-098 Who still rejected organisation and ideology ?"] "
2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-099 ]
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0100 ]
sudden explosive involvement ["Q-0101 Of what did such structurelessness fitted situations of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time ?"] "
spontaneity ["Q-0102 Of what did such structurelessness fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time ?"] "
spontaneity ["Q-0103 Of what did such structurelessness fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time ?"] "
Germany France and Italy ["Q-0104 Where did such structurelessness fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and as well - for the first time ?"] "
spontaneity ["Q-0105 For what did such structurelessness fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - ?"] "
situations ["Q-0106 What did such structurelessness fitted of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time ?"] "
structurelessness ["Q-0107 Who fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0108 ]
streets ["Q-0109 To what did as they took and occupied buildings they unbalanced the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
strategy tactics ["Q-0110 As they took to the streets and occupied buildings they unbalanced about what did the authorities and did not worry unduly and organisation ?"] "
buildings ["Q-0111 As they took to what did the streets and occupied unbalanced the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
unbalanced the authorities ["Q-0112 As they took to what did the streets and occupied buildings they occupied and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
students - and in Italy workers ["Q-0113 Who took to the streets and occupied buildings they unbalanced the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
the streets ["Q-0114 Who occupied not worry u R the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
authorities ["Q-0115 Who did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0116 ]
destroying it ["Q-0117 To what did but none of the swarms succeeded in going beyond shaking the established succeeded power structure ?"] "
streets and occupied buildings they unbalanced the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ["Q-0118 In what did but none of the swarms succeeded beyond shaking the established power structure to destroying it ?"] "
shaking the established power structure ["Q-0119 Beyond what did but none of the swarms succeeded in going succeeded to destroying it ?"] "
the established power structure ["Q-0120 What did but none of the swarms succeeded in going beyond shaking succeeded to destroying it ?"] "
students - and in Italy workers ["Q-0121 Whom did but none of the swarms succeeded in going beyond shaking the established succeeded power structure to destroying ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0122 ]
most of those who worshipped the autonomy of the movements ["Q-0123 Before whom did and it was not long was hitting back ?"] "
swarms ["Q-0124 And it was not long what was before it hitting back ?"] "
Jack Weinberg ["Q-0125 Who was not long before it was hitting back ?"] "
Jack Weinberg ["Q-0126 Who was hitting back ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0127 ]
1968 ["Q-0128 How much was when it began to suffer its first serious setbacks ?"] "
it was not long before it was hitting back.So the year in which the movement in the US reached its highest pitch 1968 ["Q-0129 So the year in which what did the movement in the Us reached highest pitch 1968 was when it began to suffer its first serious setbacks ?"] "
it was not long before it was hitting back ["Q-0130 So the year in which the movement in the Us reached its highest pitch 1968 was when what did it began to suffer first serious setbacks ?"] "
the movement in the US ["Q-0131 Who reached its highest pitch 1968 was when it began to suffer its first serious setbacks ?"] "
the US ["Q-0132 Who began to suffer its first serious setbacks ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0133 ]
Democratic convention ["Q-0134 Outside what did Police battered protesters in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
Chicago ["Q-0135 Where did Police battered protesters outside the democratic convention while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
streets and occupied buildings ["Q-0136 Where did Police battered protesters outside the democratic convention in Chicago orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
frame-ups ["Q-0137 Police battered protesters outside did the democratic convention in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
leaders ["Q-0138 Police battered protesters outside against what did the democratic convention in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder of the Black Panthers ?"] "
the Black Panthers ["Q-0139 Police battered protesters outside of what did the democratic convention in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders ?"] "
protesters ["Q-0140 What did Police battered outside the democratic convention in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
Democratic convention ["Q-0141 Police battered protesters outside what did the democratic convention in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
Police ["Q-0142 Who battered protesters outside the democratic convention in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
the FBI ["Q-0143 Who orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0144 ]
structures ["Q-0145 Suddenly for what did people began to feel the need and for some understanding of the forces at work in society - for an ideology ?"] "
frame-ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers. Suddenly people began to feel the need for structures and for some understanding ["Q-0146 Suddenly for what did people began to feel the need for structures and of the forces at work in society - for an ideology ?"] "
frame-ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers. Suddenly people began to feel the need for structures and for some understanding of the forces ["Q-0147 Suddenly of what did people began to feel the need for structures and for some understanding at work in society - for an ideology ?"] "
work ["Q-0148 Suddenly at what did people began to feel the need for structures and for some understanding of the forces in society - for an ideology ?"] "
society ["Q-0149 Suddenly in what did people began to feel the need for structures and for some understanding of the forces at work - for an ideology ?"] "
an ideology ["Q-0150 Suddenly for what did people began to feel the need for structures and for some understanding of the forces at work in society - ?"] "
need ["Q-0151 Suddenly what did people began to feel for structures and for some understanding of the forces at work in society - for an ideology ?"] "
people ["Q-0152 Who began to feel the need for structures and for some understanding of the forces at work in society - for an ideology ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0153 ]
Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe ["Q-0154 Struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
the understanding ["Q-0155 As Weinberg and Gerson wrotethe struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation e V the nature of to what did the american capitalist state and led that it must be overthrown ?"] "
Vietnam War ["Q-0156 Against what struggle and the struggle for black liberation e V the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
black liberation ["Q-0157 For what struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle e V the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe ["Q-0158 Struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe ["Q-0159 Of what struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation e V the nature and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
the forces at work in society - for an ideology. As Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation ["Q-0160 As Weinberg and Gerson wrotethe struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation e V the nature of that whom did the american capitalist state and led to the understanding must be overthrown ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe ["Q-0161 What N against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation exposed the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
the nature ["Q-0162 As Weinberg and Gerson wrotethe struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for what did black liberation exposed of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
the forces at work in society - for an ideology ["Q-0163 As Weinberg and Gerson wrotethe struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation exposed the nature of the american capitalist state and led to what must the understanding that it be overthrown ?"] "
black liberation ["Q-0164 As Weinberg and Gerson wrotethe struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation whose the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
black liberation ["Q-0165 Who exposed the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson ["Q-0166 Who led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson ["Q-0167 Who must be overthrown ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe ["Q-0168 E how much struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
black liberation ["Q-0169 As Weinberg and Gerson wrotethe struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation how much e e N N N the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0170 ]
a super-idealistic childrens crusade ["Q-0171 What began as a movement in what many ways resembling resembling to save the world was becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
black liberation ["Q-0172 What began as a movement in what many ways resembling resembling a super - idealistic childrens crusade to save was becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
the struggle for black liberation ["Q-0173 What began as a movement in many ways resembling a super - idealistic childrens crusade to save what was the world becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-0174 Who resembling a super - idealistic childrens crusade to save the world was becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
a super-idealistic childrens crusade ["Q-0175 Who was becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0176 ]
forced the radical movement to take itself - and as a result its ideas - more seriously ["Q-0177 What had the stakes been raised ?"] "
The stakes ["Q-0178 Who had been raised ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0179 ]
The stakes had been raised ["Q-0180 As what did this forced the radical movement to take itself - and - more seriously ?"] "
radical movement ["Q-0181 What did this forced to take itself - and as a result its ideas - more seriously ?"] "
The stakes had been raised ["Q-0182 Whom did this forced the radical movement to take - and as a result its ideas - more seriously ?"] "
The stakes ["Q-0183 Who forced the radical movement to take itself - and as a result its ideas - more seriously ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0184 ]
2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0185 ]
PL ["Q-0186 To what did it was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction among indigenous sdsers was extremely hostile ?"] "
A hardline Maoist organisation Progressive Labour (PL) had entered the American SDS ["Q-0187 Did it was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction Pl among indigenous sdsers was extremely hostile ?"] "
indigenous SDSers ["Q-0188 Among what did it was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction t T Pl was extremely hostile ?"] "
A hardline Maoist organisation Progressive Labour (PL) had entered the American SDS ["Q-0189 It was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction t t N N N Pl among indigenous sdsers was extremely hostile ?"] "
A hardline Maoist organisation Progressive Labour ["Q-0190 It was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction whose Pl among indigenous sdsers was extremely hostile ?"] "
Progressive Labour ["Q-0191 Who was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction t T Pl among indigenous sdsers was extremely hostile ?"] "
PL among indigenous SDSers ["Q-0192 Who was extremely hostile ?"] "
A hardline Maoist organisation Progressive Labour ["Q-0193 T how much did it was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction Pl among indigenous sdsers was extremely hostile ?"] "
A hardline Maoist organisation Progressive Labour ["Q-0194 It was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction how much t t N N N Pl among indigenous sdsers was extremely hostile ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0195 ]
least nominal possession ["Q-0196 But soon at what did Weinberg and Gerson noted Pls of a coherent worldview was an important advantage ?"] "
a coherent worldview ["Q-0197 But soon of what did Weinberg and Gerson noted Pls at least nominal possession was an important advantage ?"] "
PLs ["Q-0198 But soon what did Weinberg and Gerson noted at least nominal possession of a coherent worldview was an important advantage ?"] "
an important advantage ["Q-0199 But soon Weinberg and Gerson noted Pls at what did least nominal possession of a coherent worldview was ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-0200 Who noted Pls at least nominal possession of a coherent worldview was an important advantage ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson noted PLs at least nominal possession of a coherent worldview ["Q-0201 Who was an important advantage ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0202 ]
followers ["Q-0203 Of what did the established established Sds leadership - and thousands - responded by adopting hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
adopting hard ["Q-0204 By what did the established established Sds leadership - and thousands of followers - responded hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
Marxist positions ["Q-0205 The established Sds leadership - and thousands of followers - of what did responded by adopting responded hard supposedly marxist positions own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
slightly different interpretations ["Q-0206 The established Sds leadership - and thousands of followers - on what did responded by adopting responded hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
SDS ["Q-0207 What did the established established - and thousands of followers - responded by adopting hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
a Maoist ["Q-0208 The established Sds leadership - and thousands of followers - responded by adopting hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what what it meant to be ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson ["Q-0209 Who established Sds leadership - and thousands of followers - responded by adopting hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
followers ["Q-0210 Who responded Sds l N hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
Marxist positions ["Q-0211 Who meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0212 ]
autonomist politics ["Q-0213 A movement that had once had what as what you would now describe was embracing one or other version of Stalinism ?"] "
Stalinism ["Q-0214 A movement that had once had what you would now describe as of what was autonomist politics embracing one or other version ?"] "
Maoist ["Q-0215 A movement that had once had what you would now describe as what was autonomist politics embracing or other version of Stalinism ?"] "
Maoist ["Q-0216 Who would now describe as autonomist politics was embracing one or other version of Stalinism ?"] "
autonomist politics ["Q-0217 Who was embracing one or other version of Stalinism ?"] "
Maoist ["Q-0218 A movement that had once had what you would now describe as how much was autonomist politics embracing or other version of Stalinism ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0219 ]
Germany ["Q-0220 Where did the situation was very similar and Italy ?"] "
students - and in Italy workers ["Q-0221 Who was very similar in Germany and Italy ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0222 ]
Very large numbers of those who had spoken of anti-authoritarianism and spontaneity in 1967 ["Q-0223 How much were turning to Maoism by the early 1970s ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0224 ]
Lotta Continua ["Q-0225 How much trying to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party ?"] "
1974 ["Q-0226 The most significant of by what did the italian spontaneist organisations Lotta Continua was to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party ?"] "
Chinese Communist Party ["Q-0227 The most significant of on what did the italian spontaneist organisations Lotta Continua was by 1974 trying to model itself ?"] "
those who had spoken of anti-authoritarianism and spontaneity in 1967 were turning to Maoism ["Q-0228 The most significant of whom did the italian spontaneist organisations Lotta Continua was by 1974 trying to m N on the Chinese Communist Party ?"] "
Lotta Continua ["Q-0229 Who was by 1974 trying to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party ?"] "
1974 ["Q-0230 The most significant of by how much did the italian spontaneist organisations Lotta Continua was trying to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party ?"] "
by 1974 ["Q-0231 The most significant of how much did the italian spontaneist organisations Lotta Continua was by trying to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0232 ]
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0233 ]
The class war is a war with the other side continually trying to take advantage of weak points on our side to encourage division and fragmentation ["Q-0234 What had people discovered very important things ?"] "
Lotta Continua was by 1974 trying to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party. The new had transmuted into the old almost overnight.People ["Q-0235 Who had discovered the hard way some very important things ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0236 ]
the other side ["Q-0237 With what is the class war a war continually trying to take advantage of weak points on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
weak points ["Q-0238 The class war is a war with of what the other side continually trying to take advantage on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
our side ["Q-0239 The class war is a war with on what the other side continually trying to take advantage of weak points to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
The class war ["Q-0240 What is the class war with the other side continually trying to take advantage of weak points on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
the other side ["Q-0241 The class war is a war with what the other side continually trying to take of weak points on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
the other side ["Q-0242 The class war is a war with what the other side continually trying to take advantage of weak points on your side to e N and fragmentation ?"] "
The class war ["Q-0243 Who is a war with the other side continually trying to take advantage of weak points on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
The class war ["Q-0244 Who continually trying to take advantage of weak points on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0245 ]
established ideas ["Q-0246 With what and in any movement some people tend to break more quickly of existing society than others ?"] "
existing society ["Q-0247 And in any movement some people tend to break more quickly of what did with the established established ideas than others ?"] "
others ["Q-0248 And in any movement some people tend to break more quickly than what did with the established ideas of existing established society ?"] "
ideas ["Q-0249 And in any movement some people tend to break more quickly what did with the established established of existing society than others ?"] "
The class war ["Q-0250 And in any movement some people tend to break more quickly what did with the established ideas of existing established than others ?"] "
people ["Q-0251 Who tend to break more quickly with the established ideas of existing society than others ?"] "
people ["Q-0252 Who established more quickly with the established ideas of existing society than others ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0253 ]
2003280ByChris ["Q-0254 ]
organisation ["Q-0255 To what did the mistake was not to turn from spontaneism ?"] "
spontaneism ["Q-0256 From what did the mistake was not to turn to organisation ?"] "
The mistake ["Q-0257 Who was not to turn from spontaneism to organisation ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0258 ]
authoritarian top-down organisation ["Q-0259 To what did it was to turn which could not possibly relate to the ups and downs of living movements ?"] "
mistake ["Q-0260 To what did it was to turn to authoritarian top - down organisation which could not possibly relate and downs of living movements ?"] "
The mistake ["Q-0261 Of what did it was to turn to authoritarian top - down organisation which could not possibly relate to the ups and downs ?"] "
The mistake ["Q-0262 Who was to turn to authoritarian top - down organisation which could not possibly relate to the ups and downs of living movements ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0263 ]
major capitalist governments ["Q-0264 Once what did this became very clear had succeeded in restabilising themselves in the mid-1970s ?"] "
restabilising themselves ["Q-0265 This became very clear once in what had the major capitalist governments succeeded in the mid-1970s ?"] "
top-down organisation ["Q-0266 This became very clear once the major capitalist governments had succeeded in what in restabilising restabilising themselves ?"] "
top-down organisation ["Q-0267 This became very clear once what had the major capitalist governments succeeded in restabilising themselves in the mid-1970s ?"] "
top-down organisation ["Q-0268 This became very clear once the major capitalist governments had succeeded whom in restabilising restabilising in the mid-1970s ?"] "
Jack Weinberg ["Q-0269 Who became very clear once the major capitalist governments had succeeded in restabilising themselves in the mid-1970s ?"] "
major capitalist governments ["Q-0270 Who had succeeded in restabilising themselves in the mid-1970s ?"] "
major capitalist governments ["Q-0271 Who restabilising themselves in the mid-1970s ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0272 ]
fragmented and collapsed ["Q-0273 Within a couple of years all what had the big maoist organisations in Europe and North America fragmented and collapsed ?"] "
big Maoist organisations ["Q-0274 Who had fragmented and collapsed ?"] "
Stalinism ["Q-0275 Who collapsed ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0276 ]
autonomy ["Q-0277 As what did many activists began to glorify this fragmentation ?"] "
fragmentation ["Q-0278 What did many activists began to glorify as autonomy ?"] "
Many activists ["Q-0279 Who began to glorify this fragmentation as autonomy ?"] "
2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0280 ]
activists ["Q-0281 For whom did but each of the fragments was too weak to really win space by its own efforts ?"] "
autonomy ["Q-0282 By what did but each of the fragments was too weak to really win space for itself own efforts ?"] "
autonomy ["Q-0283 What did but each of the fragments was too weak to really win for itself by its own efforts ?"] "
the fragments ["Q-0284 Who was too weak to really win space for itself by its own efforts ?"] "
2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0285 ]
the fragments ["Q-0286 Of what did it was not long before most who worshipped the autonomy of the movements were putting their faith in parliamentarianism to achieve it ?"] "
the movements ["Q-0287 Of what did it was not long before most of those who worshipped the autonomy were putting their faith in parliamentarianism to achieve it ?"] "
parliamentarianism ["Q-0288 It was not long before most of those who worshipped in what were the autonomy of the movements putting their faith to achieve it ?"] "
autonomy ["Q-0289 What did it was not long before most of those who worshipped of the movements were putting their faith in parliamentarianism to achieve it ?"] "
faith ["Q-0290 It was not long before most of those who worshipped what were the autonomy of the movements putting in parliamentarianism to achieve it ?"] "
each of the fragments was too weak to really win space for itself by its own efforts. It was not long before most of those who worshipped the autonomy of the movements ["Q-0291 It was not long before most of those who worshipped whom were the autonomy of the movements putting their faith in parliamentarianism to achieve ?"] "
Many activists ["Q-0292 Who was not long before most of those who worshipped the autonomy of the movements were putting their faith in parliamentarianism to achieve it ?"] "
autonomy of the movements ["Q-0293 Who were putting their faith in parliamentarianism to achieve it ?"] "
2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0294 ]
2003280ByChris ["Q-0295 ]
always alternatives ["Q-0296 There are what ways of clarifying clarifying and developing organisation to coordinate struggle that do not involve an authoritarian stalinist structure ?"] "
always alternatives ["Q-0297 There are what ways of clarifying ideas and developing clarifying to coordinate struggle that do not involve an authoritarian stalinist structure ?"] "
always alternatives ["Q-0298 There are what ways of clarifying ideas and developing clarifying organisation to c N that do not involve an authoritarian stalinist structure ?"] "
an authoritarian Stalinist structure ["Q-0299 There are what ways of clarifying ideas and developing clarifying organisation to coordinate struggle that do not involve ?"] "
ideas ["Q-0300 Who clarifying organisation to c V organisation to coordinate struggle that do not involve an authoritarian stalinist structure ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0301 ]
centralisation ["Q-0302 Of what that means elements to create conditions in which your side is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
our side ["Q-0303 What N of centralisation to create conditions in which your side is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
centralisation ["Q-0304 That means elements of what c c N N to c N in which your side is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
authoritarian Stalinist structure ["Q-0305 That means elements of centralisation to create conditions in which whose side is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
authoritarian Stalinist structure ["Q-0306 Who means elements of centralisation to create conditions in which your side is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
our side ["Q-0307 Who is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0308 ]
movement learning ["Q-0309 To what does but the centralism has to always relate and generalising from it being an organic expression of the most active elements ?"] "
it being an organic expression ["Q-0310 From whom does but the centralism has to always relate to the movement learning and generalising organic expression of the most active elements ?"] "
the most active elements ["Q-0311 But the centralism has to always relate to of what the movement learning and generalising from it being generalising an organic expression ?"] "
organic expression ["Q-0312 But the centralism has to always relate to what the movement learning and generalising from it being generalising of the most active elements ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0313 ]
some people ["Q-0314 The idea of to what is any such central organisation unpalatable ?"] "
central organisation ["Q-0315 Who is unpalatable to some people ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0316 ]
centralised attacks ["Q-0317 But the harsh lesson from the past is to what do that if me do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction on the movement will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
The idea of any such central organisation is unpalatable to some people ["Q-0318 But that what is the harsh lesson from the past do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to centralised attacks on the movement will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
movement ["Q-0319 But the harsh lesson from the past is on what do that if me do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to centralised attacks will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ["Q-0320 But the harsh lesson from the past is that if me do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to of what will centralised attacks on the movement be the embracing of centralisation ?"] "
centralisation ["Q-0321 But the harsh lesson from the past is that if me do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to of what will centralised attacks on the movement be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms ?"] "
democratic centralisation ["Q-0322 But the harsh lesson from the past is what do that if me do not have eventual reaction to centralised attacks on the movement will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
The idea of any such central organisation is unpalatable to some people. But the harsh lesson from the past is that if you do not have democratic centralisation your eventual reaction to centralised attacks on the movement will be the embracing ["Q-0323 But the harsh lesson from the past is that if me do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to what will centralised attacks on the movement be of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
harsh lesson from the past is that if you do not have democratic centralisation your eventual reaction to centralised attacks on the movement will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ["Q-0324 Who is that if me do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to centralised attacks on the movement will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
harsh lesson from the past ["Q-0325 Who do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to centralised attacks on the movement will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
centralised attacks on the movement ["Q-0326 Who will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0327 ]
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0328 ]
embrace ideas ["Q-01 What you need of thinking and new ways of organising ?"] "
HarmanThe ["Q-02 Who need new ways of thinking and new ways of organising ?"] "
HarmanThe ["Q-03 Who organising ?"] "
HarmanThe ["Q-04 Who have to break with old ideological formulae of the old left ?"] "
talk ["Q-05 What i h n repeatedly in the anti - capitalist and anti - war movements today ?"] "
HarmanThe ["Q-06 Who hear such talk repeatedly in the anti - capitalist and anti - war movements today ?"] "
many people ["Q-07 Who represents a welcome attempt to break from the jaded parliamentarianism of New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed in 1989 ?"] "
New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism ["Q-08 Who organising embrace ideas and methods easily as old as those they criticise ?"] "
those who talk of new ideas and new methods of organising embrace ideas and methods ["Q-09 Who criticise ?"] "
New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed in 1989.But often those who talk of new ideas and new methods of organising embrace ideas and methods easily as old as those they criticise ["Q-10 Who is true of the various forms of autonomism in the movement today ?"] "
The autonomists ["Q-11 Who hold essentially that each individual or group should protest in their own way without bowing down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
The autonomists ["Q-12 Who should protest in their own way without bowing down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
The autonomists ["Q-13 Who bowing down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
The autonomists ["Q-14 Who centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
self activity ["Q-15 Who is as valid as any other and if they are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
Any form of self activity ["Q-16 Who are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
views ["Q-17 Who do not differ essentially from the arguments used by anarchists during the time of Marx and Engels ?"] "
the arguments ["Q-18 Who used by anarchists during the time of Marx and Engels ?"] "
anarchists during the time of Marx and Engels ["Q-19 What have they been resurrected repeatedly since most recently in the movements of the late 1960s ?"] "
anarchists during the time of Marx and Engels ["Q-20 Who have been resurrected repeatedly since most recently in the movements of the late 1960s ?"] "
American radical student movement SDS ["Q-21 Who is to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
Jack Weinberg ["Q-22 Who overwhelming good d N anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
all ["Q-23 What did Action was that really counted ?"] "
Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil ["Q-24 Who was all that really counted ?"] "
non-existent irrelevant or bought off ["Q-25 What was Marxism rejected as old left ?"] "
Marxism ["Q-26 Who was rejected as old left ?"] "
Marxism ["Q-27 What the working class working as non - existent irrelevant or bought off ?"] "
Community ["Q-28 Who organising and participatory democracy were the key phrases which defined the organisation ?"] "
Community organising and participatory democracy ["Q-29 Who were the key phrases which defined the organisation ?"] "
the authorities ["Q-30 Who still rejected organisation and ideology ?"] "
Germany France and Italy ["Q-31 Where did such structurelessness fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and as well - for the first time ?"] "
situations ["Q-32 What did such structurelessness fitted of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time ?"] "
structurelessness ["Q-33 Who fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time ?"] "
students - and in Italy workers ["Q-34 Who took to the streets and occupied buildings they unbalanced the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
the streets ["Q-35 Who occupied not worry u R the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
authorities ["Q-36 Who did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
the established power structure ["Q-37 What did but none of the swarms succeeded in going beyond shaking succeeded to destroying it ?"] "
students - and in Italy workers ["Q-38 Whom did but none of the swarms succeeded in going beyond shaking the established succeeded power structure to destroying ?"] "
Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil only a few years ago SDS in its overwhelming majority was anti-centralist and anti-ideological. Action was all that really counted. Marxism ["Q-39 Who was not long before it was hitting back ?"] "
Jack Weinberg ["Q-40 Who was hitting back ?"] "
1968 ["Q-41 How much was when it began to suffer its first serious setbacks ?"] "
the movement in the US ["Q-42 Who reached its highest pitch 1968 was when it began to suffer its first serious setbacks ?"] "
the US ["Q-43 Who began to suffer its first serious setbacks ?"] "
Chicago ["Q-44 Where did Police battered protesters outside the democratic convention while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
streets and occupied buildings ["Q-45 Where did Police battered protesters outside the democratic convention in Chicago orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
protesters ["Q-46 What did Police battered outside the democratic convention in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
Police ["Q-47 Who battered protesters outside the democratic convention in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
the FBI ["Q-48 Who orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
people ["Q-49 Who began to feel the need for structures and for some understanding of the forces at work in society - for an ideology ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe ["Q-50 What N against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation exposed the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
black liberation ["Q-51 Who exposed the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-52 Who led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson ["Q-53 Who must be overthrown ?"] "
a super-idealistic childrens crusade ["Q-54 What began as a movement in what many ways resembling resembling to save the world was becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe ["Q-55 What began as a movement in what many ways resembling resembling a super - idealistic childrens crusade to save was becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation ["Q-56 What began as a movement in many ways resembling a super - idealistic childrens crusade to save what was the world becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-57 Who resembling a super - idealistic childrens crusade to save the world was becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil only a few years ago SDS in its overwhelming majority was anti-centralist and anti-ideological. Action was all that really counted. Marxism was rejected as old left. The working class was seen as non-existent irrelevant or bought off. Community organising and participatory democracy were the key phrases which defined the organisation. A massive radicalisation in 1967 saw the flowering of the Yippies and the Motherfuckers which preached confrontation with the authorities but still rejected organisation and ideology. In the student movements of Germany France and Italy there was the same stress on spontaneity. Such structurelessness fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time. As they took to the streets and occupied buildings they unbalanced the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation.But none of the swarms succeeded in g , forced the radical movement to take itself - and as a result its ideas - more seriously " ["Q-59 What had the stakes been raised ?"] "
The stakes ["Q-60 Who had been raised ?"] "
radical movement ["Q-61 What did this forced to take itself - and as a result its ideas - more seriously ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-62 Whom did this forced the radical movement to take - and as a result its ideas - more seriously ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-63 Who forced the radical movement to take itself - and as a result its ideas - more seriously ?"] "
Progressive Labour ["Q-64 Who was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction t T Pl among indigenous sdsers was extremely hostile ?"] "
PL among indigenous SDSers ["Q-65 Who was extremely hostile ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-66 Who noted Pls at least nominal possession of a coherent worldview was an important advantage ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-67 Who was an important advantage ?"] "
SDS ["Q-68 What did the established established - and thousands of followers - responded by adopting hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-69 Who established Sds leadership - and thousands of followers - responded by adopting hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
followers ["Q-70 Who responded Sds l N hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-71 Who meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson noted PLs at least nominal possession of a coherent worldview was an important advantage. The established SDS leadership - and thousands of followers - responded by adopting hard supposedly Marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ["Q-72 Who would now describe as autonomist politics was embracing one or other version of Stalinism ?"] "
autonomist politics ["Q-73 Who was embracing one or other version of Stalinism ?"] "
Germany ["Q-74 Where did the situation was very similar and Italy ?"] "
Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil only a few years ago SDS in its overwhelming majority was anti-centralist and anti-ideological. Action was all that really counted. Marxism was rejected as old left. The working class was seen as non-existent irrelevant or bought off. Community organising and participatory democracy were the key phrases which defined the organisation. A massive radicalisation in 1967 saw the flowering of the Yippies and the Motherfuckers which preached confrontation with the authorities but still rejected organisation and ideology. In the student movements of Germany France and Italy there was the same stress on spontaneity. Such structurelessness fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time. As they took to the streets and occupied buildings they unbalanced the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation.But none of the swarms succeeded in g , Very large numbers of those who had spoken of anti-authoritarianism and spontaneity in 1967 " ["Q-76 How much were turning to Maoism by the early 1970s ?"] "
Lotta Continua ["Q-77 How much trying to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party ?"] "
Lotta Continua ["Q-78 Who was by 1974 trying to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party ?"] "
The class war is a war with the other side continually trying to take advantage of weak points on our side to encourage division and fragmentation ["Q-79 What had people discovered very important things ?"] "
Lotta Continua was by 1974 trying to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party. The new had transmuted into the old almost overnight.People ["Q-80 Who had discovered the hard way some very important things ?"] "
The class war ["Q-81 What is the class war with the other side continually trying to take advantage of weak points on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
The class war ["Q-82 Who is a war with the other side continually trying to take advantage of weak points on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
The class war ["Q-83 Who continually trying to take advantage of weak points on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
people ["Q-84 Who tend to break more quickly with the established ideas of existing society than others ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson noted PLs at least nominal possession of a coherent worldview was an important advantage. The established SDS leadership - and thousands of followers - responded by adopting hard supposedly Marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist. A movement that had once had what we would now describe as autonomist politics was embracing one or other version of Stalinism.The situation was very similar in Germany and Italy. Very large numbers of those who had spoken of anti-authoritarianism and spontaneity in 1967 were turning to Maoism by the early 1970s. The most significant of the Italian spontaneist organisations Lotta Continua ["Q-85 Who established more quickly with the established ideas of existing society than others ?"] "
The mistake ["Q-86 Who was not to turn from spontaneism to organisation ?"] "
The mistake ["Q-87 Who was to turn to authoritarian top - down organisation which could not possibly relate to the ups and downs of living movements ?"] "
Jack Weinberg ["Q-88 Who became very clear once the major capitalist governments had succeeded in restabilising themselves in the mid-1970s ?"] "
major capitalist governments ["Q-89 Who had succeeded in restabilising themselves in the mid-1970s ?"] "
major capitalist governments ["Q-90 Who restabilising themselves in the mid-1970s ?"] "
big Maoist organisations ["Q-91 Who had fragmented and collapsed ?"] "
Stalinism ["Q-92 Who collapsed ?"] "
fragmentation ["Q-93 What did many activists began to glorify as autonomy ?"] "
Many activists ["Q-94 Who began to glorify this fragmentation as autonomy ?"] "
autonomy ["Q-95 What did but each of the fragments was too weak to really win for itself by its own efforts ?"] "
the fragments ["Q-96 Who was too weak to really win space for itself by its own efforts ?"] "
autonomy ["Q-97 What did it was not long before most of those who worshipped of the movements were putting their faith in parliamentarianism to achieve it ?"] "
Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil only a few years ago SDS in its overwhelming majority was anti-centralist and anti-ideological. Action was all that really counted. Marxism was rejected as old left. The working class was seen as non-existent irrelevant or bought off. Community organising and participatory democracy were the key phrases which defined the organisation. A massive radicalisation in 1967 saw the flowering of the Yippies and the Motherfuckers which preached confrontation with the authorities but still rejected organisation and ideology. In the student movements of Germany France and Italy there was the same stress on spontaneity. Such structurelessness fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time. As they took to the streets and occupied buildings they unbalanced the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation.But none of the swarms succeeded in g , autonomy of the movements " ["Q-99 Who were putting their faith in parliamentarianism to achieve it ?"] "
ideas ["Q-100 Who clarifying organisation to c V organisation to coordinate struggle that do not involve an authoritarian stalinist structure ?"] "
our side ["Q-101 What N of centralisation to create conditions in which your side is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
authoritarian Stalinist structure ["Q-102 Who means elements of centralisation to create conditions in which your side is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
our side ["Q-103 Who is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
central organisation ["Q-104 Who is unpalatable to some people ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-105 Who is that if me do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to centralised attacks on the movement will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
harsh lesson from the past ["Q-106 Who do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to centralised attacks on the movement will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
centralised attacks on the movement ["Q-107 Who will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-01 ]
thinking ["Q-02 Of what you need new ways and new ways of organising ?"] "
organising ["Q-03 Of what you need new ways of thinking and new ways ?"] "
embrace ideas ["Q-04 What you need of thinking and new ways of organising ?"] "
HarmanThe ["Q-05 Who need new ways of thinking and new ways of organising ?"] "
HarmanThe ["Q-06 Who organising ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-07 ]
ideological formulae ["Q-08 With what do you have to break of the old left ?"] "
thinking and new ways of organising ["Q-09 Of what do you have to break with old ideological formulae ?"] "
HarmanThe ["Q-010 Who have to break with old ideological formulae of the old left ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-011 ]
old ideological formulae of the old left ["Q-012 In what i hear such talk repeatedly anti - capitalist and anti - war movements today ?"] "
talk ["Q-013 What i h n repeatedly in the anti - capitalist and anti - war movements today ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris HarmanThe ["Q-014 Who hear such talk repeatedly in the anti - capitalist and anti - war movements today ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-015 ]
jaded parliamentarianism ["Q-016 And for from what does many people it represents a welcome attempt to break of New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed in 1989 ?"] "
New Labour ["Q-017 And for of what does many people it represents a welcome attempt to break from the jaded parliamentarianism and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed in 1989 ?"] "
the Stalinism ["Q-018 And for of what does many people it represents a welcome attempt to break from the jaded parliamentarianism of New Labour and the manipulative methods that collapsed in 1989 ?"] "
1989.But ["Q-019 And for when does many people it represents a welcome attempt to break from the jaded parliamentarianism of New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed ?"] "
anti-war movements ["Q-020 And for what does many people it represents to break from the jaded parliamentarianism of New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed in 1989 ?"] "
many people ["Q-021 Who represents a welcome attempt to break from the jaded parliamentarianism of New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed in 1989 ?"] "
anti-war movements ["Q-022 And for in how much does many people it represents a welcome attempt to break from the jaded parliamentarianism of New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed ?"] "
1989.But ["Q-023 And for how much does many people it represents a welcome attempt to break from the jaded parliamentarianism of New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed in ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-024 ]
manipulative methods ["Q-025 But often those who talk of new ideas and as what new methods of organising organising embrace ideas and methods easily as old criticise ?"] "
manipulative methods of the Stalinism that collapsed in 1989.But often those who talk of new ideas and new methods of organising embrace ideas ["Q-026 But often those who talk of new ideas and what new methods of organising organising and methods easily as old as those they criticise ?"] "
New Labour and the manipulative methods of the Stalinism ["Q-027 Who organising embrace ideas and methods easily as old as those they criticise ?"] "
Stalinism ["Q-028 Who criticise ?"] "
2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-029 ]
various forms of autonomism ["Q-030 Of what is this true of autonomism in the movement today ?"] "
autonomism ["Q-031 Of what is this true of the various forms in the movement today ?"] "
movement today ["Q-032 In what is this true of the various forms of autonomism ?"] "
HarmanThe ["Q-033 Who is true of the various forms of autonomism in the movement today ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-034 ]
any centralised ["Q-035 The autonomists hold essentially that each individual or group should protest in their to what bowing own way without bowing down still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
each individual ["Q-036 That what the autonomists hold essentially or group should protest in their own way without bowing down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
individual or group should protest in their own way ["Q-037 The autonomists hold essentially in what should that each individual or group protest own way without bowing down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
bowing down ["Q-038 The autonomists hold essentially without what should that each individual or group protest in their own way down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
less hierarchical structure ["Q-039 The autonomists hold essentially that each individual or group should protest in their what bowing own way without bowing down to any centralised ?"] "
The autonomists ["Q-040 Who hold essentially that each individual or group should protest in their own way without bowing down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
each individual or group ["Q-041 Who should protest in their own way without bowing down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
The autonomists ["Q-042 Who bowing down to any centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
The autonomists ["Q-043 Who centralised still less hierarchical structure ?"] "
2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-044 ]
if they are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ["Q-045 Any form of self activity is as valid as to what are any other and if they allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges that can destroy its hold ?"] "
swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ["Q-046 As what is any form of self activity as valid other and if they are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ["Q-047 If whom is any form of self activity as valid as any other and are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
different challenges ["Q-048 Any form of self activity is as valid as of what are any other and if they allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
if they are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ["Q-049 Any form of self activity is as valid as what are any other and if they allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
swarm ["Q-050 Any form of self activity is as valid as what are any other and if they allowed to develop freely can constitute or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
its hold ["Q-051 Any form of self activity is as valid as what are any other and if they allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy ?"] "
self activity ["Q-052 Who is as valid as any other and if they are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
Any form of self activity ["Q-053 Who are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-054 ]
arguments used ["Q-055 From what do such views do not differ essentially by anarchists during the time of Marx and Engels ?"] "
anarchists ["Q-056 Such views do not differ essentially by what did from the arguments used during the time of Marx and Engels ?"] "
the time ["Q-057 Such views do not differ essentially during what did from the arguments used by anarchists of Marx and Engels ?"] "
Any form of self activity is as valid as any other and if they are allowed to develop freely can constitute a swarm or multitude of different challenges to the present system that can destroy its hold ["Q-058 Such views do not differ essentially of whom did from the arguments used by anarchists during the time and engels ?"] "
views ["Q-059 Who do not differ essentially from the arguments used by anarchists during the time of Marx and Engels ?"] "
the arguments ["Q-060 Who used by anarchists during the time of Marx and Engels ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-061 ]
movements ["Q-062 In what have they been resurrected repeatedly since most recently of the late 1960s ?"] "
late 1960s ["Q-063 Of what have they been resurrected repeatedly since most recently in the movements ?"] "
the time of Marx and Engels ["Q-064 What have they been resurrected repeatedly since most recently in the movements of the late 1960s ?"] "
anarchists during the time of Marx and Engels ["Q-065 Who have been resurrected repeatedly since most recently in the movements of the late 1960s ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-066 ]
an article ["Q-067 A good description of the dominant attitude in in what is the american radical student movement Sds to be found from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
1969 ["Q-068 A good description of the dominant attitude in when is the american radical student movement Sds to be found in an article by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
two San Francisco ["Q-069 A good description of the dominant attitude in by what is the american radical student movement Sds to be found in an article from 1969 socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
San Francisco socialists ["Q-070 A good description of the d J attitude in the american radical student movement Sds is to be found in an article from 1969 by two in what Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
SDS in its overwhelming majority was anti-centralist and anti-ideological ["Q-071 A good d N of the d d N N N attitude in the american radical student movement Sds is to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
SDS ["Q-072 A good description of the d J attitude in what is the american radical student movement Sds to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
SDS ["Q-073 A good description of the d J attitude in the american radical student movement Sds is to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco what s s N N N and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
dominant attitude in the American radical student movement SDS is to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil only a few years ago SDS ["Q-074 A good description of the whose attitude in the american radical student movement Sds is to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
SDS ["Q-075 A good description of the d J attitude in the american radical student movement Sds is to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in whose overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
American radical student movement SDS ["Q-076 Who is to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil ["Q-077 Who overwhelming good d N anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
1969 ["Q-078 A good description of the d J attitude in from how much is the american radical student movement Sds to be found in an article by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil only a few years ago SDS ["Q-079 A good description of the d J attitude in by how much is the american radical student movement Sds to be found in an article from 1969 San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
SDS ["Q-080 A good d N of the how much d d N N N attitude in the american radical student movement Sds is to be found in an article from 1969 by two San Francisco socialists Jack Weinberg and Jack Gersonuntil only a few years ago Sds in its overwhelming majority was anti - centralist and anti - ideological ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-081 ]
all ["Q-082 What did Action was that really counted ?"] "
Jack Weinberg and Jack GersonUntil ["Q-083 Who was all that really counted ?"] "
2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-084 ]
old left ["Q-085 As what was Marxism rejected ?"] "
non-existent irrelevant or bought off ["Q-086 What was Marxism rejected as old left ?"] "
Marxism ["Q-087 Who was rejected as old left ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-088 ]
non-existent irrelevant ["Q-089 As what the working class working or bought off ?"] "
Marxism ["Q-090 What the working class working as non - existent irrelevant or bought off ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-091 ]
key phrases ["Q-092 Community organising and what were participatory democracy which defined the organisation ?"] "
the organisation ["Q-093 Community organising and what were participatory democracy the key phrases which defined ?"] "
Community ["Q-094 Who organising and participatory democracy were the key phrases which defined the organisation ?"] "
Community organising and participatory democracy ["Q-095 Who were the key phrases which defined the organisation ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-096 ]
the Motherfuckers ["Q-097 A massive radicalisation in 1967 saw the flowering of the yippies and the Motherfuckers which preached what did confrontation with the authorities but still rejected and ideology ?"] "
the authorities ["Q-098 Who still rejected organisation and ideology ?"] "
2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-099 ]
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0100 ]
sudden explosive involvement ["Q-0101 Of what did such structurelessness fitted situations of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time ?"] "
spontaneity ["Q-0102 Of what did such structurelessness fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time ?"] "
spontaneity ["Q-0103 Of what did such structurelessness fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time ?"] "
Germany France and Italy ["Q-0104 Where did such structurelessness fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and as well - for the first time ?"] "
spontaneity ["Q-0105 For what did such structurelessness fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - ?"] "
situations ["Q-0106 What did such structurelessness fitted of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time ?"] "
structurelessness ["Q-0107 Who fitted situations of sudden explosive involvement of very large numbers of students - and in Italy workers as well - for the first time ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0108 ]
streets ["Q-0109 To what did as they took and occupied buildings they unbalanced the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
strategy tactics ["Q-0110 As they took to the streets and occupied buildings they unbalanced about what did the authorities and did not worry unduly and organisation ?"] "
buildings ["Q-0111 As they took to what did the streets and occupied unbalanced the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
unbalanced the authorities ["Q-0112 As they took to what did the streets and occupied buildings they occupied and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
students - and in Italy workers ["Q-0113 Who took to the streets and occupied buildings they unbalanced the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
the streets ["Q-0114 Who occupied not worry u R the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
authorities ["Q-0115 Who did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0116 ]
destroying it ["Q-0117 To what did but none of the swarms succeeded in going beyond shaking the established succeeded power structure ?"] "
streets and occupied buildings they unbalanced the authorities and did not worry unduly about strategy tactics and organisation ["Q-0118 In what did but none of the swarms succeeded beyond shaking the established power structure to destroying it ?"] "
shaking the established power structure ["Q-0119 Beyond what did but none of the swarms succeeded in going succeeded to destroying it ?"] "
the established power structure ["Q-0120 What did but none of the swarms succeeded in going beyond shaking succeeded to destroying it ?"] "
students - and in Italy workers ["Q-0121 Whom did but none of the swarms succeeded in going beyond shaking the established succeeded power structure to destroying ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0122 ]
most of those who worshipped the autonomy of the movements ["Q-0123 Before whom did and it was not long was hitting back ?"] "
swarms ["Q-0124 And it was not long what was before it hitting back ?"] "
Jack Weinberg ["Q-0125 Who was not long before it was hitting back ?"] "
Jack Weinberg ["Q-0126 Who was hitting back ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0127 ]
1968 ["Q-0128 How much was when it began to suffer its first serious setbacks ?"] "
it was not long before it was hitting back.So the year in which the movement in the US reached its highest pitch 1968 ["Q-0129 So the year in which what did the movement in the Us reached highest pitch 1968 was when it began to suffer its first serious setbacks ?"] "
it was not long before it was hitting back ["Q-0130 So the year in which the movement in the Us reached its highest pitch 1968 was when what did it began to suffer first serious setbacks ?"] "
the movement in the US ["Q-0131 Who reached its highest pitch 1968 was when it began to suffer its first serious setbacks ?"] "
the US ["Q-0132 Who began to suffer its first serious setbacks ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0133 ]
Democratic convention ["Q-0134 Outside what did Police battered protesters in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
Chicago ["Q-0135 Where did Police battered protesters outside the democratic convention while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
streets and occupied buildings ["Q-0136 Where did Police battered protesters outside the democratic convention in Chicago orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
frame-ups ["Q-0137 Police battered protesters outside did the democratic convention in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
leaders ["Q-0138 Police battered protesters outside against what did the democratic convention in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder of the Black Panthers ?"] "
the Black Panthers ["Q-0139 Police battered protesters outside of what did the democratic convention in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders ?"] "
protesters ["Q-0140 What did Police battered outside the democratic convention in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
Democratic convention ["Q-0141 Police battered protesters outside what did the democratic convention in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
Police ["Q-0142 Who battered protesters outside the democratic convention in Chicago while the Fbi orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
the FBI ["Q-0143 Who orchestrated a campaign of frame - ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0144 ]
structures ["Q-0145 Suddenly for what did people began to feel the need and for some understanding of the forces at work in society - for an ideology ?"] "
frame-ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers. Suddenly people began to feel the need for structures and for some understanding ["Q-0146 Suddenly for what did people began to feel the need for structures and of the forces at work in society - for an ideology ?"] "
frame-ups and murder against the leaders of the Black Panthers. Suddenly people began to feel the need for structures and for some understanding of the forces ["Q-0147 Suddenly of what did people began to feel the need for structures and for some understanding at work in society - for an ideology ?"] "
work ["Q-0148 Suddenly at what did people began to feel the need for structures and for some understanding of the forces in society - for an ideology ?"] "
society ["Q-0149 Suddenly in what did people began to feel the need for structures and for some understanding of the forces at work - for an ideology ?"] "
an ideology ["Q-0150 Suddenly for what did people began to feel the need for structures and for some understanding of the forces at work in society - ?"] "
need ["Q-0151 Suddenly what did people began to feel for structures and for some understanding of the forces at work in society - for an ideology ?"] "
people ["Q-0152 Who began to feel the need for structures and for some understanding of the forces at work in society - for an ideology ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0153 ]
Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe ["Q-0154 Struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
the understanding ["Q-0155 As Weinberg and Gerson wrotethe struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation e V the nature of to what did the american capitalist state and led that it must be overthrown ?"] "
Vietnam War ["Q-0156 Against what struggle and the struggle for black liberation e V the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
black liberation ["Q-0157 For what struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle e V the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe ["Q-0158 Struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe ["Q-0159 Of what struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation e V the nature and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
the forces at work in society - for an ideology. As Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation ["Q-0160 As Weinberg and Gerson wrotethe struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation e V the nature of that whom did the american capitalist state and led to the understanding must be overthrown ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe ["Q-0161 What N against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation exposed the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
the nature ["Q-0162 As Weinberg and Gerson wrotethe struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for what did black liberation exposed of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
the forces at work in society - for an ideology ["Q-0163 As Weinberg and Gerson wrotethe struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation exposed the nature of the american capitalist state and led to what must the understanding that it be overthrown ?"] "
black liberation ["Q-0164 As Weinberg and Gerson wrotethe struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation whose the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
black liberation ["Q-0165 Who exposed the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson ["Q-0166 Who led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson ["Q-0167 Who must be overthrown ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson wroteThe ["Q-0168 E how much struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
black liberation ["Q-0169 As Weinberg and Gerson wrotethe struggle against the Vietnam War and the struggle for black liberation how much e e N N N the nature of the american capitalist state and led to the understanding that it must be overthrown ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0170 ]
a super-idealistic childrens crusade ["Q-0171 What began as a movement in what many ways resembling resembling to save the world was becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
black liberation ["Q-0172 What began as a movement in what many ways resembling resembling a super - idealistic childrens crusade to save was becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
the struggle for black liberation ["Q-0173 What began as a movement in many ways resembling a super - idealistic childrens crusade to save what was the world becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-0174 Who resembling a super - idealistic childrens crusade to save the world was becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
a super-idealistic childrens crusade ["Q-0175 Who was becoming increasingly grim and increasingly serious ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0176 ]
forced the radical movement to take itself - and as a result its ideas - more seriously ["Q-0177 What had the stakes been raised ?"] "
The stakes ["Q-0178 Who had been raised ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0179 ]
The stakes had been raised ["Q-0180 As what did this forced the radical movement to take itself - and - more seriously ?"] "
radical movement ["Q-0181 What did this forced to take itself - and as a result its ideas - more seriously ?"] "
The stakes had been raised ["Q-0182 Whom did this forced the radical movement to take - and as a result its ideas - more seriously ?"] "
The stakes ["Q-0183 Who forced the radical movement to take itself - and as a result its ideas - more seriously ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0184 ]
2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0185 ]
PL ["Q-0186 To what did it was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction among indigenous sdsers was extremely hostile ?"] "
A hardline Maoist organisation Progressive Labour (PL) had entered the American SDS ["Q-0187 Did it was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction Pl among indigenous sdsers was extremely hostile ?"] "
indigenous SDSers ["Q-0188 Among what did it was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction t T Pl was extremely hostile ?"] "
A hardline Maoist organisation Progressive Labour (PL) had entered the American SDS ["Q-0189 It was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction t t N N N Pl among indigenous sdsers was extremely hostile ?"] "
A hardline Maoist organisation Progressive Labour ["Q-0190 It was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction whose Pl among indigenous sdsers was extremely hostile ?"] "
Progressive Labour ["Q-0191 Who was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction t T Pl among indigenous sdsers was extremely hostile ?"] "
PL among indigenous SDSers ["Q-0192 Who was extremely hostile ?"] "
A hardline Maoist organisation Progressive Labour ["Q-0193 T how much did it was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction Pl among indigenous sdsers was extremely hostile ?"] "
A hardline Maoist organisation Progressive Labour ["Q-0194 It was incredibly authoritarian hierarchical and Stalinist the initial reaction how much t t N N N Pl among indigenous sdsers was extremely hostile ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0195 ]
least nominal possession ["Q-0196 But soon at what did Weinberg and Gerson noted Pls of a coherent worldview was an important advantage ?"] "
a coherent worldview ["Q-0197 But soon of what did Weinberg and Gerson noted Pls at least nominal possession was an important advantage ?"] "
PLs ["Q-0198 But soon what did Weinberg and Gerson noted at least nominal possession of a coherent worldview was an important advantage ?"] "
an important advantage ["Q-0199 But soon Weinberg and Gerson noted Pls at what did least nominal possession of a coherent worldview was ?"] "
Weinberg ["Q-0200 Who noted Pls at least nominal possession of a coherent worldview was an important advantage ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson noted PLs at least nominal possession of a coherent worldview ["Q-0201 Who was an important advantage ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0202 ]
followers ["Q-0203 Of what did the established established Sds leadership - and thousands - responded by adopting hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
adopting hard ["Q-0204 By what did the established established Sds leadership - and thousands of followers - responded hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
Marxist positions ["Q-0205 The established Sds leadership - and thousands of followers - of what did responded by adopting responded hard supposedly marxist positions own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
slightly different interpretations ["Q-0206 The established Sds leadership - and thousands of followers - on what did responded by adopting responded hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
SDS ["Q-0207 What did the established established - and thousands of followers - responded by adopting hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
a Maoist ["Q-0208 The established Sds leadership - and thousands of followers - responded by adopting hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what what it meant to be ?"] "
Weinberg and Gerson ["Q-0209 Who established Sds leadership - and thousands of followers - responded by adopting hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
followers ["Q-0210 Who responded Sds l N hard supposedly marxist positions of their own based on slightly different interpretations of what it meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
Marxist positions ["Q-0211 Who meant to be a Maoist ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0212 ]
autonomist politics ["Q-0213 A movement that had once had what as what you would now describe was embracing one or other version of Stalinism ?"] "
Stalinism ["Q-0214 A movement that had once had what you would now describe as of what was autonomist politics embracing one or other version ?"] "
Maoist ["Q-0215 A movement that had once had what you would now describe as what was autonomist politics embracing or other version of Stalinism ?"] "
Maoist ["Q-0216 Who would now describe as autonomist politics was embracing one or other version of Stalinism ?"] "
autonomist politics ["Q-0217 Who was embracing one or other version of Stalinism ?"] "
Maoist ["Q-0218 A movement that had once had what you would now describe as how much was autonomist politics embracing or other version of Stalinism ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0219 ]
Germany ["Q-0220 Where did the situation was very similar and Italy ?"] "
students - and in Italy workers ["Q-0221 Who was very similar in Germany and Italy ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0222 ]
Very large numbers of those who had spoken of anti-authoritarianism and spontaneity in 1967 ["Q-0223 How much were turning to Maoism by the early 1970s ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0224 ]
Lotta Continua ["Q-0225 How much trying to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party ?"] "
1974 ["Q-0226 The most significant of by what did the italian spontaneist organisations Lotta Continua was to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party ?"] "
Chinese Communist Party ["Q-0227 The most significant of on what did the italian spontaneist organisations Lotta Continua was by 1974 trying to model itself ?"] "
those who had spoken of anti-authoritarianism and spontaneity in 1967 were turning to Maoism ["Q-0228 The most significant of whom did the italian spontaneist organisations Lotta Continua was by 1974 trying to m N on the Chinese Communist Party ?"] "
Lotta Continua ["Q-0229 Who was by 1974 trying to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party ?"] "
1974 ["Q-0230 The most significant of by how much did the italian spontaneist organisations Lotta Continua was trying to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party ?"] "
by 1974 ["Q-0231 The most significant of how much did the italian spontaneist organisations Lotta Continua was by trying to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0232 ]
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0233 ]
The class war is a war with the other side continually trying to take advantage of weak points on our side to encourage division and fragmentation ["Q-0234 What had people discovered very important things ?"] "
Lotta Continua was by 1974 trying to model itself on the Chinese Communist Party. The new had transmuted into the old almost overnight.People ["Q-0235 Who had discovered the hard way some very important things ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0236 ]
the other side ["Q-0237 With what is the class war a war continually trying to take advantage of weak points on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
weak points ["Q-0238 The class war is a war with of what the other side continually trying to take advantage on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
our side ["Q-0239 The class war is a war with on what the other side continually trying to take advantage of weak points to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
The class war ["Q-0240 What is the class war with the other side continually trying to take advantage of weak points on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
the other side ["Q-0241 The class war is a war with what the other side continually trying to take of weak points on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
the other side ["Q-0242 The class war is a war with what the other side continually trying to take advantage of weak points on your side to e N and fragmentation ?"] "
The class war ["Q-0243 Who is a war with the other side continually trying to take advantage of weak points on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
The class war ["Q-0244 Who continually trying to take advantage of weak points on your side to encourage division and fragmentation ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0245 ]
established ideas ["Q-0246 With what and in any movement some people tend to break more quickly of existing society than others ?"] "
existing society ["Q-0247 And in any movement some people tend to break more quickly of what did with the established established ideas than others ?"] "
others ["Q-0248 And in any movement some people tend to break more quickly than what did with the established ideas of existing established society ?"] "
ideas ["Q-0249 And in any movement some people tend to break more quickly what did with the established established of existing society than others ?"] "
The class war ["Q-0250 And in any movement some people tend to break more quickly what did with the established ideas of existing established than others ?"] "
people ["Q-0251 Who tend to break more quickly with the established ideas of existing society than others ?"] "
people ["Q-0252 Who established more quickly with the established ideas of existing society than others ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0253 ]
2003280ByChris ["Q-0254 ]
organisation ["Q-0255 To what did the mistake was not to turn from spontaneism ?"] "
spontaneism ["Q-0256 From what did the mistake was not to turn to organisation ?"] "
The mistake ["Q-0257 Who was not to turn from spontaneism to organisation ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0258 ]
authoritarian top-down organisation ["Q-0259 To what did it was to turn which could not possibly relate to the ups and downs of living movements ?"] "
mistake ["Q-0260 To what did it was to turn to authoritarian top - down organisation which could not possibly relate and downs of living movements ?"] "
The mistake ["Q-0261 Of what did it was to turn to authoritarian top - down organisation which could not possibly relate to the ups and downs ?"] "
The mistake ["Q-0262 Who was to turn to authoritarian top - down organisation which could not possibly relate to the ups and downs of living movements ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0263 ]
major capitalist governments ["Q-0264 Once what did this became very clear had succeeded in restabilising themselves in the mid-1970s ?"] "
restabilising themselves ["Q-0265 This became very clear once in what had the major capitalist governments succeeded in the mid-1970s ?"] "
top-down organisation ["Q-0266 This became very clear once the major capitalist governments had succeeded in what in restabilising restabilising themselves ?"] "
top-down organisation ["Q-0267 This became very clear once what had the major capitalist governments succeeded in restabilising themselves in the mid-1970s ?"] "
top-down organisation ["Q-0268 This became very clear once the major capitalist governments had succeeded whom in restabilising restabilising in the mid-1970s ?"] "
Jack Weinberg ["Q-0269 Who became very clear once the major capitalist governments had succeeded in restabilising themselves in the mid-1970s ?"] "
major capitalist governments ["Q-0270 Who had succeeded in restabilising themselves in the mid-1970s ?"] "
major capitalist governments ["Q-0271 Who restabilising themselves in the mid-1970s ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0272 ]
fragmented and collapsed ["Q-0273 Within a couple of years all what had the big maoist organisations in Europe and North America fragmented and collapsed ?"] "
big Maoist organisations ["Q-0274 Who had fragmented and collapsed ?"] "
Stalinism ["Q-0275 Who collapsed ?"] "
2003280ByChris ["Q-0276 ]
autonomy ["Q-0277 As what did many activists began to glorify this fragmentation ?"] "
fragmentation ["Q-0278 What did many activists began to glorify as autonomy ?"] "
Many activists ["Q-0279 Who began to glorify this fragmentation as autonomy ?"] "
2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0280 ]
activists ["Q-0281 For whom did but each of the fragments was too weak to really win space by its own efforts ?"] "
autonomy ["Q-0282 By what did but each of the fragments was too weak to really win space for itself own efforts ?"] "
autonomy ["Q-0283 What did but each of the fragments was too weak to really win for itself by its own efforts ?"] "
the fragments ["Q-0284 Who was too weak to really win space for itself by its own efforts ?"] "
2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0285 ]
the fragments ["Q-0286 Of what did it was not long before most who worshipped the autonomy of the movements were putting their faith in parliamentarianism to achieve it ?"] "
the movements ["Q-0287 Of what did it was not long before most of those who worshipped the autonomy were putting their faith in parliamentarianism to achieve it ?"] "
parliamentarianism ["Q-0288 It was not long before most of those who worshipped in what were the autonomy of the movements putting their faith to achieve it ?"] "
autonomy ["Q-0289 What did it was not long before most of those who worshipped of the movements were putting their faith in parliamentarianism to achieve it ?"] "
faith ["Q-0290 It was not long before most of those who worshipped what were the autonomy of the movements putting in parliamentarianism to achieve it ?"] "
each of the fragments was too weak to really win space for itself by its own efforts. It was not long before most of those who worshipped the autonomy of the movements ["Q-0291 It was not long before most of those who worshipped whom were the autonomy of the movements putting their faith in parliamentarianism to achieve ?"] "
Many activists ["Q-0292 Who was not long before most of those who worshipped the autonomy of the movements were putting their faith in parliamentarianism to achieve it ?"] "
autonomy of the movements ["Q-0293 Who were putting their faith in parliamentarianism to achieve it ?"] "
2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0294 ]
2003280ByChris ["Q-0295 ]
always alternatives ["Q-0296 There are what ways of clarifying clarifying and developing organisation to coordinate struggle that do not involve an authoritarian stalinist structure ?"] "
always alternatives ["Q-0297 There are what ways of clarifying ideas and developing clarifying to coordinate struggle that do not involve an authoritarian stalinist structure ?"] "
always alternatives ["Q-0298 There are what ways of clarifying ideas and developing clarifying organisation to c N that do not involve an authoritarian stalinist structure ?"] "
an authoritarian Stalinist structure ["Q-0299 There are what ways of clarifying ideas and developing clarifying organisation to coordinate struggle that do not involve ?"] "
ideas ["Q-0300 Who clarifying organisation to c V organisation to coordinate struggle that do not involve an authoritarian stalinist structure ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0301 ]
centralisation ["Q-0302 Of what that means elements to create conditions in which your side is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
our side ["Q-0303 What N of centralisation to create conditions in which your side is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
centralisation ["Q-0304 That means elements of what c c N N to c N in which your side is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
authoritarian Stalinist structure ["Q-0305 That means elements of centralisation to create conditions in which whose side is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
authoritarian Stalinist structure ["Q-0306 Who means elements of centralisation to create conditions in which your side is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
our side ["Q-0307 Who is able to advance and retreat as necessary ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0308 ]
movement learning ["Q-0309 To what does but the centralism has to always relate and generalising from it being an organic expression of the most active elements ?"] "
it being an organic expression ["Q-0310 From whom does but the centralism has to always relate to the movement learning and generalising organic expression of the most active elements ?"] "
the most active elements ["Q-0311 But the centralism has to always relate to of what the movement learning and generalising from it being generalising an organic expression ?"] "
organic expression ["Q-0312 But the centralism has to always relate to what the movement learning and generalising from it being generalising of the most active elements ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0313 ]
some people ["Q-0314 The idea of to what is any such central organisation unpalatable ?"] "
central organisation ["Q-0315 Who is unpalatable to some people ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0316 ]
centralised attacks ["Q-0317 But the harsh lesson from the past is to what do that if me do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction on the movement will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
The idea of any such central organisation is unpalatable to some people ["Q-0318 But that what is the harsh lesson from the past do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to centralised attacks on the movement will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
movement ["Q-0319 But the harsh lesson from the past is on what do that if me do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to centralised attacks will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ["Q-0320 But the harsh lesson from the past is that if me do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to of what will centralised attacks on the movement be the embracing of centralisation ?"] "
centralisation ["Q-0321 But the harsh lesson from the past is that if me do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to of what will centralised attacks on the movement be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms ?"] "
democratic centralisation ["Q-0322 But the harsh lesson from the past is what do that if me do not have eventual reaction to centralised attacks on the movement will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
The idea of any such central organisation is unpalatable to some people. But the harsh lesson from the past is that if you do not have democratic centralisation your eventual reaction to centralised attacks on the movement will be the embracing ["Q-0323 But the harsh lesson from the past is that if me do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to what will centralised attacks on the movement be of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
harsh lesson from the past is that if you do not have democratic centralisation your eventual reaction to centralised attacks on the movement will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ["Q-0324 Who is that if me do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to centralised attacks on the movement will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
harsh lesson from the past ["Q-0325 Who do not have democratic centralisation my eventual reaction to centralised attacks on the movement will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
centralised attacks on the movement ["Q-0326 Who will be the embracing of undemocratic authoritarian forms of centralisation ?"] "
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0327 ]
Autonomism for the People? Issue section Columnists7th December 2003Issue December 2003280ByChris ["Q-0328 ]
same song ["Q-01 What did fans went from eagerness for & # 8220 ; Country Roads & # 8221 ; to using as a backdrop for a year in review video showing off all the clownshoe moves ?"] "
Fans ["Q-02 Who went from eagerness for & # 8220 ; Country Roads & # 8221 ; to using that same song as a backdrop for a year in review video showing off all the clownshoe moves ?"] "
review video ["Q-03 Who showing off all the clownshoe moves ?"] "
doesn’t ["Q-04 Who go ahead and do this Fallout 1st thing which has a premium feature & # 8212 ; unlimited scrap storage & # 8212 ; that doesn & # 8217 ; t work correctly and [ & # 8230 ; ] ?"] "
doesn’t ["Q-05 Who do this Fallout 1st thing which has a premium feature & # 8212 ; unlimited scrap storage & # 8212 ; that doesn & # 8217 ; t work correctly and [ & # 8230 ; ] ?"] "
scrapbox bug ["Q-01 Fallout what does Bethesda says is a \u2018 top priority \u2019 as \u2018 class warfare \u2019 griefing claims surface Ah Fallout 76 ?"] "
class warfare\u2019 ["Q-02 Bethesda says fallout 76 as what is scrapbox bug a \u2018 top priority \u2019 surface Ah Fallout 76 ?"] "
\u2018top priority\u2019 ["Q-03 Bethesda says fallout 76 what is scrapbox bug as \u2018 class warfare \u2019 griefing claims surface Ah Fallout 76 ?"] "
scrapbox bug ["Q-04 Bethesda says fallout 76 what is scrapbox bug a \u2018 top priority \u2019 as \u2018 class warfare \u2019 griefing surface Ah Fallout 76 ?"] "
Bethesda ["Q-05 Bethesda says fallout 76 scrapbox bug is what a \u2018 top priority \u2019 as \u2018 class warfare \u2019 griefing claims griefing N ?"] "
Bethesda says Fallout 76 scrapbox bug ["Q-06 Fallout how much does Bethesda says scrapbox bug is a \u2018 top priority \u2019 as \u2018 class warfare \u2019 griefing claims surface Ah Fallout 76 ?"] "
doesn’t ["Q-07 ]
Fallout 1st ["Q-08 To what did fans went from eagerness for & # 8220 ; Country Roads & # 8221 ; same song as a backdrop for a year in review video showing off all the clownshoe moves ?"] "
eagerness ["Q-09 From what did fans went for & # 8220 ; Country Roads & # 8221 ; to using that same song as a backdrop for a year in review video showing off all the clownshoe moves ?"] "
a backdrop ["Q-010 As what did fans went from eagerness for & # 8220 ; Country Roads & # 8221 ; to using that same song for a year in review video showing off all the clownshoe moves ?"] "
a year ["Q-011 For what did fans went from eagerness for & # 8220 ; Country Roads & # 8221 ; to using that same song as a backdrop in review video showing off all the clownshoe moves ?"] "
review video ["Q-012 In what did fans went from eagerness for & # 8220 ; Country Roads & # 8221 ; to using that same song as a backdrop for a year off all the clownshoe moves ?"] "
same song ["Q-013 What did fans went from eagerness for & # 8220 ; Country Roads & # 8221 ; to using as a backdrop for a year in review video showing off all the clownshoe moves ?"] "
Fans ["Q-014 Who went from eagerness for & # 8220 ; Country Roads & # 8221 ; to using that same song as a backdrop for a year in review video showing off all the clownshoe moves ?"] "
review video ["Q-015 Who showing off all the clownshoe moves ?"] "
unlimited scrap storage — that doesn’t ["Q-016 ]
doesn’t ["Q-017 Now i go ahead do and do this Fallout 1st thing which has a premium feature & # 8212 ; unlimited scrap storage & # 8212 ; & # 8217 ; t work correctly and [ & # 8230 ; ] ?"] "
Fallout 1st ["Q-018 Now i go ahead whom do and do which has a premium feature & # 8212 ; unlimited scrap storage & # 8212 ; that doesn & # 8217 ; t work correctly and [ & # 8230 ; ] ?"] "
doesn’t ["Q-019 Now i go ahead what do and do this Fallout 1st thing which has & # 8212 ; unlimited scrap storage & # 8212 ; that doesn & # 8217 ; t work correctly and [ & # 8230 ; ] ?"] "
doesn’t ["Q-020 Who go ahead and do this Fallout 1st thing which has a premium feature & # 8212 ; unlimited scrap storage & # 8212 ; that doesn & # 8217 ; t work correctly and [ & # 8230 ; ] ?"] "
doesn’t ["Q-021 Who do this Fallout 1st thing which has a premium feature & # 8212 ; unlimited scrap storage & # 8212 ; that doesn & # 8217 ; t work correctly and [ & # 8230 ; ] ?"] "
unlimited scrap storage — that doesn’t ["Q-022 ]
same song ["Q-01 What did fans went from eagerness for & # 8220 ; Country Roads & # 8221 ; to using as a backdrop for a year in review video showing off all the clownshoe moves ?"] "
Fans ["Q-02 Who went from eagerness for & # 8220 ; Country Roads & # 8221 ; to using that same song as a backdrop for a year in review video showing off all the clownshoe moves ?"] "
review video ["Q-03 Who showing off all the clownshoe moves ?"] "
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the topper...... ["Q-01 Whom does Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-02 What does sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
Sun-Times ["Q-03 Who says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-04 Who have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-05 Who continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-06 Who coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-07 Who will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
Simeon ["Q-08 Who hurting teachers strike to e V into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned ["Q-09 What must but you say flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-10 Who must say you flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-11 Who flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-12 Who reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions ["Q-13 Who striking Ctu teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting Cps sports teams ?"] "
before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams ["Q-14 When does if the strike does not end on or \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike ["Q-15 Who does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 Cps football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-16 Who \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
2300 kids ["Q-17 Who \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled ["Q-18 What will girls tennis teams miss and Class 2a and 3a boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend ?"] "
Girls tennis teams ["Q-19 Who will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2a and 3a boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend ?"] "
Girls ["Q-20 Who scheduled tournament and Class 2a and 3a boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend ?"] "
3A boys soccer teams ["Q-21 Who had to forfeit every game this weekend ?"] "
referee I am ["Q-22 Who say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you is sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as you is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
IHSA ["Q-23 Who referee you is sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as you is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
referee I am ["Q-24 Who is sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as you is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games ["Q-25 Who have been put on hold just as you is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
referee I am ["Q-26 Who is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
Ive ["Q-27 Who always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
Ive ["Q-28 Who educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
teacher strike and about the whole collective-bargaining process ["Q-29 Who can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their Week 9 games.Its not just football. Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2A and 3A boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend.And the topper......if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship.The best solution there is stop giving them.First let me say that as a former CPS basketball coach and IHSA referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as I am with inconvenienced parents , Eric Zorn " ["Q-31 Who still have to call B ?"] "
a newspaper ["Q-32 What is this that remained silent when Mayor Rahm Emanuel & nbsp ; was slashing sports programs for all but the elite schools ?"] "
sports programs ["Q-33 What is this a newspaper that remained silent when Mayor Rahm Emanuel & nbsp ; was slashing for all but the elite schools ?"] "
B.S. ["Q-34 Who is a newspaper that remained silent when Mayor Rahm Emanuel & nbsp ; was slashing sports programs for all but the elite schools ?"] "
my players ["Q-35 What as a coach taking taking to suburban schools only six miles up the lakeshore was always a lesson in class warfare ?"] "
the elite schools ["Q-36 What as a coach taking taking your players to s N only six miles up the lakeshore was always a lesson in class warfare ?"] "
a coach ["Q-37 Who taking your players to suburban schools only six miles up the lakeshore was always a lesson in class warfare ?"] "
my players to suburban schools only six miles up the lakeshore ["Q-38 Who was always a lesson in class warfare ?"] "
My ["Q-39 Whose westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
doctor ["Q-40 What did Courtside was or at least a skilled nurse so injuries could be treated on the spot ?"] "
Courtside ["Q-41 Who was often a doctor or at least a skilled nurse so injuries could be treated on the spot ?"] "
doctor ["Q-42 Who could be treated on the spot ?"] "
Courtside ["Q-43 What had these wealthy public schools all expanded full - time nurses psychologists and well - staffed libraries ?"] "
wealthy public schools ["Q-44 Who had expanded counseling services full - time nurses psychologists and well - staffed libraries ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-45 Who was written into their union contracts but because these districts received two - to - three times the per / student allotment as did city schools ?"] "
Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their Week 9 games.Its not just football. Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2A and 3A boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend.And the topper......if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship.The best solution there is stop giving them.First let me say that as a former CPS basketball coach and IHSA referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold , Eric Zorn " ["Q-47 Who did city schools ?"] "
CPS I ["Q-48 Who was given a tiny stipend for the hours you spent each afternoon and evening after school and at games ?"] "
CPS I ["Q-49 Who spent each afternoon and evening after school and at games ?"] "
McDonalds ["Q-50 Where did you often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal or for new Nikes so your players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
CPS I ["Q-51 Where did you often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal at Mcdonalds or so your players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-52 Who often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal at Mcdonalds or for new Nikes so your players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their Week 9 games.Its not just football. Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2A and 3A boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend.And the topper......if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship.The best solution there is stop giving them.First let me say that as a former CPS basketball coach and IHSA referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold , bus fare home or for a meal at McDonalds or for new Nikes so our players wouldnt " ["Q-54 What did you asked -- often unemployed or minimum - wage workers -- to kick in for new uniforms that fit the kids ?"] "
the kids ["Q-55 What did you asked players parents -- often unemployed or minimum - wage workers -- to kick in for new uniforms that fit ?"] "
referee I am ["Q-56 Who asked players parents -- often unemployed or minimum - wage workers -- to kick in for new uniforms that fit the kids ?"] "
the unis ["Q-57 What did you even had to collect after each game and launder them at home ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-58 Whom did you even had to collect the unis after each game and launder at home ?"] "
players parents ["Q-59 Who even had to collect the unis after each game and launder them at home ?"] "
$60 book ["Q-60 What did you had to p N on first aid told to read it and then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
$60 ["Q-61 Whom did you had to purchase a book on first aid told to read and then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
$60 ["Q-62 Who had to purchase a book on first aid told to read it and then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
players parents -- often unemployed or minimum-wage workers ["Q-63 Who then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
left to my own devices with no equipment or first-aid materials (maybe ice from the kitchen) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious ["Q-64 What did you was to your own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
true-false and multiple-choice test to pass ["Q-65 What did you was then left to your own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to t N open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-66 Who was then left to your own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-67 Who came ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-68 Who was going on ?"] "
two-tier system ["Q-69 What does Cps has of highschool sports where the gap between the haves and have - nots was noticeably widened by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
CPS ["Q-70 Who has a two - tier system of highschool sports where the gap between the haves and have - nots was noticeably widened by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
have-nots ["Q-71 Who was noticeably widened by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel. He ["Q-72 Who made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us.See also How ["Q-73 Who did a Cps high school get in line for a M gym to lure a star basketball coach ? all one of Rahm Emanuel \u2019 s campaign donors had to do was ask ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel\u2019s campaign donors ["Q-74 Who had to do was ask ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers ["Q-75 Who help widen the gap by covering the high school sports star system as if it were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers ["Q-76 Who covering the high school sports star system as if it were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their Week 9 games.Its not just football. Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2A and 3A boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend.And the topper......if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship.The best solution there is stop giving them.First let me say that as a former CPS basketball coach and IHSA referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold , Sun-Times sports writers " ["Q-78 Whom as your readers k N have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
my readers ["Q-79 Who know you have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
my readers ["Q-80 Who have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
the picket line ["Q-81 Who supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers ["Q-82 Who working just d N nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
nt equate our progressive mayor with Rahm. Nor do I know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ["Q-83 What you d N progressive mayor with Rahm ?"] "
nurses social workers and librarians ["Q-84 Who do nt progressive your progressive mayor with Rahm ?"] "
nt equate our progressive mayor with Rahm ["Q-85 Whom do nor do know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ?"] "
progressive mayor with Rahm ["Q-86 Who do you know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ?"] "
Rahm ["Q-87 Who know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ?"] "
Rahm ["Q-88 Who will allow for sports programs ?"] "
Rahm ["Q-89 Who wished for a full - time nurse to treat sports injuries back then ?"] "
extra academic help ["Q-90 However you were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often sent for what your struggling struggling student / athletes to in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
my ["Q-91 However you were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often sent in what your struggling struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help to keep them eligible ?"] "
a wonderful librarian ["Q-92 However what were you lucky enough to have who you often sent your struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
student/athletes ["Q-93 However you were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often s N to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
my ["Q-94 However you were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often sent whom your struggling struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep eligible ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel\u2019s campaign donors had to do was ask.Sun-Times sports writers help widen the gap by covering the high school sports star system as if it were big-time college or the NBA or NFL.On the strike line this morning.As my readers know I have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school.I dont equate our progressive mayor with Rahm ["Q-95 Who were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often sent your struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
librarian ["Q-96 Who often sent your struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
librarian ["Q-97 Who struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
student/athletes ["Q-98 Who need one of those in every school as well ?"] "
union news conference CPS sports coaches ["Q-99 What time talked about the need for higher stipends better staffing facilities and busing for sports programs ?"] "
higher stipends ["Q-100 Who better staffing facilities and busing for sports programs ?"] "
Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their Week 9 games.Its not just football. Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2A and 3A boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend.And the topper......if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship.The best solution there is stop giving them.First let me say that as a former CPS basketball coach and IHSA referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold , Sun-Times editorial board members " ["Q-102 Who hope they get them ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel ["Q-103 Who get them ?"] "
the unions ["Q-104 Who also hope the Sun - times editorial board members get their heads out of their rear ends ?"] "
Sun-Times editorial board members ["Q-105 Who get their heads out of their rear ends ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-01 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says than what the teachers strike to end sooner of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-02 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says of what the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-03 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; if what do you have to wonder continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the coming week ["Q-04 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder through what does if the strike continues how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
standardized tests ["Q-05 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how on what will many students this school year score just a little lower of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-06 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on of what standardized tests hurting hurting their chances into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-07 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on into what standardized tests hurting their chances of getting hurting or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-08 Whom does Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-09 What does sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-010 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues what through the coming coming how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-011 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how what will many students this school year score little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-012 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on what standardized tests hurting hurting of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-013 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on what standardized tests hurting their chances of getting hurting into a top college or winning ?"] "
Sun-Times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League We have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship. -- Sun-Times editorialI expect anti-union anti-teacher rants from the likes of Greg Hinz at Crains or Kristen McQueary (and now Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their Week 9 games.Its not just football. Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2A and 3A boys soccer team , topper...... " ["Q-015 Who have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-016 Who continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-017 Who coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-018 Who will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
Simeon ["Q-019 Who hurting teachers strike to e V into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-020 ]
Eric Zorn ["Q-021 ]
home ["Q-022 But you must say you flipped out to what after reading reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close ?"] "
I ["Q-023 But you must say after what flipped you out todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Sun-Times a paper owned ["Q-024 But you must say you flipped out after reading reading todays editorial & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Sun-Times a paper owned ["Q-025 But you must say you flipped out in what after reading reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
the unions ["Q-026 But you must say you flipped out by what after reading reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part which hit too close to home ?"] "
I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned ["Q-027 What must but you say flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
reading todays editorial ["Q-028 But you must say you flipped out after what r r N N N in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-029 Who must say you flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-030 Who flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-031 Who reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
See also How ["Q-032 ]
CTU teachers ["Q-033 The editorial calls what on striking striking to return to work immediately or risk hurting Cps sports teams ?"] "
risk hurting CPS sports teams ["Q-034 The editorial calls on striking Ctu teachers to return to work immediately what N ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-035 Who striking Ctu teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting Cps sports teams ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-036 ]
before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams ["Q-037 When does if the strike does not end on or \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
some 2300 kids ["Q-038 If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 what Cps football teams \u2014 \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
Class 2A and 3A boys ["Q-039 If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 Cps football teams \u2014 some 2300 what \u2014 kids will not play Week 9 games ?"] "
Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike ["Q-040 Who does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 Cps football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
CPS football teams ["Q-041 Who \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids ["Q-042 Who \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
See also How ["Q-043 ]
Eric Zorn ["Q-044 ]
Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled ["Q-045 What will girls tennis teams miss and Class 2a and 3a boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend ?"] "
forfeit every game this weekend ["Q-046 Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2a and 3a boys what did soccer teams had to f R ?"] "
Girls tennis teams ["Q-047 Who will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2a and 3a boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend ?"] "
Girls ["Q-048 Who scheduled tournament and Class 2a and 3a boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend ?"] "
3A boys soccer teams ["Q-049 Who had to forfeit every game this weekend ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-050 ]
Eric Zorn ["Q-051 ]
Eric Zorn ["Q-052 ]
Sun-Times phony support for CPS sports teams Sun-Times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League We have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship. -- Sun-Times editorialI expect anti-union anti-teacher rants from the likes of Greg Hinz at Crains or Kristen McQueary (and now Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their Week 9 games.Its not just football. Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled to , Sun-Times phony support for CPS sports teams Sun-Times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League We have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship. -- Sun-Times editorialI expect anti-union anti-teacher rants from the likes of Greg Hinz at Crains or Kristen McQueary (and now Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams " ["Q-054 ]
Eric Zorn ["Q-055 ]
Eric Zorn ["Q-056 ]
topper...... ["Q-057 Through what does if the strike continues how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
standardized tests ["Q-058 If the strike continues through the coming week how on what will many students this school year score just a little lower of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-059 If the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on of what standardized tests hurting hurting their chances into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-060 If the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on into what standardized tests hurting their chances of getting hurting or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-061 If the strike continues what through the coming coming how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-062 If the strike continues through the coming week how what will many students this school year score little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-063 If the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on what standardized tests hurting hurting of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-064 If the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on what standardized tests hurting their chances of getting hurting into a top college or winning ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-065 ]
Eric Zorn ["Q-066 ]
coaches ["Q-067 First let me say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee to what are you sympathetic and players whose games have been put on hold just as you are with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
me say that as a former CPS basketball coach and IHSA referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as I am ["Q-068 First let that what do me say former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you are sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as you are with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
hold just as I am ["Q-069 First let me say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you are sympathetic to the coaches and players whose on what have games been put just as you are with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as I am ["Q-070 First let me say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you are sympathetic to the coaches and players whose as whom have games been put on hold just are with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
inconvenienced parents ["Q-071 First let me say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you are sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just with what are as you and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
I am ["Q-072 First let me say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you are sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just in what are as you with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be with their kids ?"] "
their kids ["Q-073 First let me say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you are sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just with what are as you with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom ?"] "
referee I am ["Q-074 First let me say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa whom r r N N N are sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as you are with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
I am ["Q-075 First let me say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you are sympathetic to the coaches and players whose what have games been put on hold just as you are with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
referee I am ["Q-076 Who say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you is sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as you is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
IHSA ["Q-077 Who referee you is sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as you is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
IHSA referee I am ["Q-078 Who is sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as you is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
coaches and players whose games ["Q-079 Who have been put on hold just as you is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
referee I am ["Q-080 Who is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-081 ]
topper......if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship.The best solution there is stop giving them.First let me say that as a former CPS basketball coach and IHSA referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as I am with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids.But Ive always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective-bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy than the ordinary ["Q-082 To what but I ve always thought educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can
their students ["Q-083 But I ve always thought to what educators t you talking about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
learning experience ["Q-084 But I ve always thought t you educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about to what can the whole collective - bargaining process provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
educators talking ["Q-085 That what but I ve always thought to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy than the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
a teacher strike ["Q-086 But I ve always thought about what educators that talking to their students and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy than the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
whole collective-bargaining process ["Q-087 But I ve always thought about what educators that talking to their students about a teacher strike and can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy than the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
authentic a learning experience ["Q-088 But I ve always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about as what can the whole collective - bargaining process provide just learning experience on democracy than the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
democracy ["Q-089 But I ve always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about on what can the whole collective - bargaining process provide just as authentic a learning experience than the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
ordinary ["Q-090 But I ve always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about can the whole collective - bargaining process provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
school building ["Q-091 But I ve always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy in what the ordinary goings - on or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
football field ["Q-092 But I ve always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy out what the ordinary goings - on in the school building or for those few days ?"] "
learning experience ["Q-093 But I ve always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy for what the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field ?"] "
ordinary ["Q-094 But I ve always thought what t t N N N educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
ordinary ["Q-095 But I ve always thought t you educators talking to their students about a t N strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy what t t N N N the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
ordinary ["Q-096 But I ve always thought whose educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
learning experience ["Q-097 But I ve always thought t you educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy whose the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
Ive ["Q-098 Who always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
Ive ["Q-099 Who educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
teacher strike and about the whole collective-bargaining process ["Q-0100 Who can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
ordinary ["Q-0101 T how much but I ve always thought educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
just as authentic a learning experience on democracy than the ordinary ["Q-0102 But I ve always thought t you educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about t how much can the whole collective - bargaining process provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
ordinary ["Q-0103 But I ve always thought how much t t N N N educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
ordinary ["Q-0104 But I ve always thought t you educators talking to their students about a t N strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy how much t t N N N the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0105 ]
flipped out after reading todays editorial ["Q-0106 What do but you still have to c N ?"] "
B.S. ["Q-0107 Who still have to call B ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0108 ]
See also How ["Q-0109 ]
Eric Zorn ["Q-0110 ]
CPS sports programs ["Q-0111 For what is this a newspaper that remained silent when Mayor Rahm Emanuel & nbsp ; was slashing sports programs but the elite schools ?"] "
a newspaper ["Q-0112 What is this that remained silent when Mayor Rahm Emanuel & nbsp ; was slashing sports programs for all but the elite schools ?"] "
sports programs ["Q-0113 What is this a newspaper that remained silent when Mayor Rahm Emanuel & nbsp ; was slashing for all but the elite schools ?"] "
B.S. ["Q-0114 Who is a newspaper that remained silent when Mayor Rahm Emanuel & nbsp ; was slashing sports programs for all but the elite schools ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0115 ]
class warfare ["Q-0116 As a coach taking your players to suburban schools only six miles up in what did the lakeshore was always a lesson ?"] "
my players ["Q-0117 What as a coach taking taking to suburban schools only six miles up the lakeshore was always a lesson in class warfare ?"] "
elite schools ["Q-0118 What as a coach taking taking your players to s N only six miles up the lakeshore was always a lesson in class warfare ?"] "
the lakeshore ["Q-0119 As a coach taking your players to suburban schools only six miles up what did the lakeshore was in class warfare ?"] "
a coach ["Q-0120 Who taking your players to suburban schools only six miles up the lakeshore was always a lesson in class warfare ?"] "
a coach ["Q-0121 Who was always a lesson in class warfare ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0122 ]
carpeted locker rooms ["Q-0123 My into what would westside kids walk in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
suburban schools ["Q-0124 My in what would westside kids walk into carpeted locker rooms that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
health-club spas ["Q-0125 My like what would westside kids walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
fancy offices ["Q-0126 My past what would westside kids walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
large athletic departments training tables ["Q-0127 My for what would westside kids walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
professional trainers ["Q-0128 My westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having by what did their ankles wrapped ?"] "
large athletic departments training tables ["Q-0129 My westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for what N where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
players ["Q-0130 My westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for what large athletic departments training training tables where opposing were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
ankles wrapped ["Q-0131 My westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where what opposing players opposing by professional trainers ?"] "
My ["Q-0132 Whose westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
their ["Q-0133 My westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having whose ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
See also How did a CPS high school get in line for a $13M gym ["Q-0134 ]
least ["Q-0135 At what did Courtside was often a doctor or skilled nurse so injuries could be treated on the spot ?"] "
injuries ["Q-0136 So what did Courtside was often a doctor or at least a skilled nurse could be treated on the spot ?"] "
the spot ["Q-0137 Courtside was often a doctor or at least on what could a skilled nurse so injuries be treated ?"] "
doctor ["Q-0138 What did Courtside was or at least a skilled nurse so injuries could be treated on the spot ?"] "
a skilled nurse so injuries ["Q-0139 Courtside was often a doctor or at least what could a skilled nurse so injuries be treated on the spot ?"] "
Courtside ["Q-0140 Who was often a doctor or at least a skilled nurse so injuries could be treated on the spot ?"] "
Courtside was often a doctor or at least a skilled nurse ["Q-0141 Who could be treated on the spot ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0142 ]
Courtside ["Q-0143 What had these wealthy public schools all expanded full - time nurses psychologists and well - staffed libraries ?"] "
wealthy public schools ["Q-0144 Who had expanded counseling services full - time nurses psychologists and well - staffed libraries ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0145 ]
union contracts ["Q-0146 Not just into what was because it written but because these districts received two - to - three times the per / student allotment as did city schools ?"] "
districts ["Q-0147 Not just because what was because it written into their union contracts but received two - to - three times the per / student allotment as did city schools ?"] "
city schools ["Q-0148 Not just what was because it written into their union contracts but because these districts received two - to - three times the per / student allotment as did city schools ?"] "
two-to-three times ["Q-0149 Not just because it was written what did into their union contracts but because these districts received per / student allotment as did city schools ?"] "
city schools ["Q-0150 Not just because it was written into their union contracts but because these districts received two - to - three times what did the per / student allotment as did ?"] "
Courtside was often a doctor or at least a skilled nurse so injuries could be treated on the spot.These wealthy public schools all had expanded counseling services full-time nurses psychologists ["Q-0151 Who was written into their union contracts but because these districts received two - to - three times the per / student allotment as did city schools ?"] "
Mayor Rahm Emanuel was slashing sports programs for all but the elite schools.As a coach taking my players to suburban schools only six miles up the lakeshore was always a lesson in class warfare. My westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health-club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers. Courtside was often a doctor or at least a skilled nurse so injuries could be treated on the spot.These wealthy public schools all had expanded counseling services full-time nurses psychologists and well-staffed libraries. Not just because it was written into their union contracts but because these districts ["Q-0152 Who received two - to - three times the per / student allotment as did city schools ?"] "
the per/student allotment ["Q-0153 Who did city schools ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0154 ]
a meal at McDonalds ["Q-0155 Back for what was at Cps you given a tiny stipend spent each afternoon and evening after school and at games ?"] "
CPS I ["Q-0156 Back at Cps you was given after what a tiny stipend for the hours you spent each afternoon and evening and at games ?"] "
CPS I ["Q-0157 Back at Cps you was given at what a tiny stipend for the hours you spent each afternoon and evening after school and ?"] "
a tiny stipend ["Q-0158 Back what was at Cps you given for the hours you spent each afternoon and evening after school and at games ?"] "
two-to-three times the per/student allotment ["Q-0159 Back at Cps you was given what a tiny stipend for the hours you s J and evening after school and at games ?"] "
CPS I ["Q-0160 Who was given a tiny stipend for the hours you spent each afternoon and evening after school and at games ?"] "
CPS I ["Q-0161 Who spent each afternoon and evening after school and at games ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0162 ]
bus fare home ["Q-0163 For what did you often came out - of - pocket or for a meal at Mcdonalds or for new Nikes so your players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
a meal ["Q-0164 For what did you often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or at Mcdonalds or for new Nikes so your players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
McDonalds ["Q-0165 Where did you often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal or for new Nikes so your players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
CPS I ["Q-0166 Where did you often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal at Mcdonalds or so your players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
our players ["Q-0167 So what did you often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal at Mcdonalds or for new Nikes would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
new Nikes ["Q-0168 I often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal at Mcdonalds or for in what would nt new Nikes so your players have to play ?"] "
our ["Q-0169 I often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal at Mcdonalds or for new Nikes so whose players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0170 Who often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal at Mcdonalds or for new Nikes so your players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
our players ["Q-0171 Who would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
See also How ["Q-0172 ]
uniforms ["Q-0173 In what did you asked players parents -- often unemployed or minimum - wage workers -- to kick that fit the kids ?"] "
nt ["Q-0174 What did you asked -- often unemployed or minimum - wage workers -- to kick in for new uniforms that fit the kids ?"] "
the kids ["Q-0175 What did you asked players parents -- often unemployed or minimum - wage workers -- to kick in for new uniforms that fit ?"] "
IHSA referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as I am with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids.But Ive always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective-bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy than the ordinary goings-on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days.But I still have to call B.S. at S-Ts sudden phony concern for CPS sports programs. This is a newspaper that remained silent when Mayor Rahm Emanuel was slashing sports programs for all but the elite schools.As a coach taking my players to suburban schools only six miles up the lakeshore was always a lesson in class warfare. My westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health-club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training ta , See also How " ["Q-0177 ]
each game ["Q-0178 After what did you even had to collect the unis and launder them at home ?"] "
the unis ["Q-0179 I even had to collect at what them ?"] "
the unis ["Q-0180 What did you even had to collect after each game and launder them at home ?"] "
players parents -- often unemployed or minimum-wage workers ["Q-0181 Whom did you even had to collect the unis after each game and launder at home ?"] "
players parents ["Q-0182 Who even had to collect the unis after each game and launder them at home ?"] "
See also How did a CPS high school get in line for a $13M gym ["Q-0183 ]
first aid told ["Q-0184 On what did you had to purchase a book to read it and then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
$60 book ["Q-0185 What did you had to p N on first aid told to read it and then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
$60 ["Q-0186 Whom did you had to purchase a book on first aid told to read and then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
$60 ["Q-0187 I had to purchase a book on first aid told to read what did it and then given online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
$60 ["Q-0188 Who had to purchase a book on first aid told to read it and then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
players parents -- often unemployed or minimum-wage workers ["Q-0189 Who then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
See also How ["Q-0190 ]
true-false and multiple-choice test to pass ["Q-0191 To what did you was then left own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
no equipment ["Q-0192 With what did you was then left to your own devices or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
the kitchen ["Q-0193 From what did you was then left to your own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice ) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
the ambulance ["Q-0194 I was then left to your own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds until what broken bones or things much more serious came ?"] "
left to my own devices with no equipment or first-aid materials (maybe ice from the kitchen) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious ["Q-0195 What did you was to your own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
true-false and multiple-choice test to pass ["Q-0196 What did you was then left to your own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to t N open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
splint broken bones ["Q-0197 I was then left to your own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to treat ankle s N open wounds what asthma attacks s N or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
professional trainers. Courtside was often a doctor or at least a skilled nurse so injuries could be treated on the spot.These wealthy public schools all had expanded counseling services full-time nurses psychologists and well-staffed libraries. Not just because it was written into their union contracts but because these districts received two-to-three times the per/student allotment as did city schools.Back at CPS I was given a tiny stipend for the hours I spent each afternoon and evening after school and at games. I often came out-of-pocket for after-practice bus fare home or for a meal at McDonalds or for new Nikes so our players wouldnt have to play in their streetwear. We asked players parents -- often unemployed or minimum-wage workers -- to kick in for new uniforms that fit the kids. I even had to collect the unis after each game and launder them at home.I had to purchase a $60 book on first aid told to read it and then given an online true-false and multiple-choice test to , Rahm Emanuel " ["Q-0199 Who came ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0200 ]
no equipment or first-aid materials (maybe ice from the kitchen) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones ["Q-0201 All what was this while the game going on ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0202 Who was going on ?"] "
See also How did a CPS high school get in line for a $13M gym to lure a star basketball coach? All one of Rahm Emanuel\u2019s campaign donors had to do was ask.Sun-Times sports writers help widen the gap by covering the high school sports star system as if it were big-time college or the NBA or NFL.On the strike line this morning.As my readers know I have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school.I dont equate our progressive mayor with Rahm. Nor do I know what the current budget will allow for sports programs. But oh how I wished for a full-time nurse to treat sports injuries back then.However we were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who I often sent my struggling student/athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible. Yes we need one of those in every school as well.Today at a union news conference CPS sports coaches , highschool sports " ["Q-0204 Of what does Cps has a two - tier system where the gap between the haves and have - nots was noticeably widened by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
haves ["Q-0205 Between what does Cps has a two - tier system of highschool sports where the gap and have - nots was noticeably widened by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel. He ["Q-0206 Cps has a two - tier system of highschool sports where by what did the gap between the haves and have - nots was noticeably widened ?"] "
two-tier system ["Q-0207 What does Cps has of highschool sports where the gap between the haves and have - nots was noticeably widened by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
noticeably widened ["Q-0208 Cps has a two - tier system of highschool sports where what did the gap between the haves and have - nots was by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
CPS ["Q-0209 Who has a two - tier system of highschool sports where the gap between the haves and have - nots was noticeably widened by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
have-nots ["Q-0210 Who was noticeably widened by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0211 ]
Simeon (see S-Ts ["Q-0212 & nbsp ; of what did he made sure that there were always plenty for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Simeon (see S-Ts ["Q-0213 & nbsp ; for what did he made sure that there were always plenty of resources like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel. He ["Q-0214 & nbsp ; like whom did he made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel. He ["Q-0215 & nbsp ; he made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why than what the teachers strike to end sooner of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel. He ["Q-0216 & nbsp ; he made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why of what the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel. He ["Q-0217 & nbsp ; he made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why for what the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not of us ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel. He ["Q-0218 & nbsp ; he made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why of whom the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest ?"] "
Simeon (see ["Q-0219 & nbsp ; what did he made sure that there were of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Simeon (see S-Ts ["Q-0220 & nbsp ; did he made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see why Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
teachers strike ["Q-0221 & nbsp ; he made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why what to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel. He ["Q-0222 Who made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0223 ]
also How ["Q-0224 See also & nbsp ; in what a Cps high school get for a M gym to lure a star basketball coach ? all one of Rahm Emanuel \u2019 s campaign donors had to do was ask ?"] "
a $13M gym ["Q-0225 See also & nbsp ; How did a Cps for what in line to lure a star basketball coach ? all one of Rahm Emanuel \u2019 s campaign donors had to do was ask ?"] "
CPS high school ["Q-0226 See also & nbsp ; How did a Cps of what in line for a M gym to lure a star basketball coach ? all one s campaign donors had to do was ask ?"] "
CPS ["Q-0227 See also & nbsp ; what high school get in line for a M gym to lure a star basketball coach ? all one of Rahm Emanuel \u2019 s campaign donors had to do was ask ?"] "
lure a star basketball coach ["Q-0228 See also & nbsp ; How did a Cps high school get in what l l N N for a M gym to l N ? all one of Rahm Emanuel \u2019 s campaign donors had to do was ask ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel\u2019s campaign donors ["Q-0229 See also & nbsp ; How did a Cps high school get in line for a M gym to lure a s N basketball coach ? all one what N had to do was ask ?"] "
also How ["Q-0230 Who did a Cps high school get in line for a M gym to lure a star basketball coach ? all one of Rahm Emanuel \u2019 s campaign donors had to do was ask ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel\u2019s campaign donors ["Q-0231 Who had to do was ask ?"] "
See also How ["Q-0232 ]
covering the high school sports star system as if it were big-time college or the NBA or NFL.On the strike line this morning ["Q-0233 By what help Sun - times sports writers widen the gap high school sports star system as if it were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
the gap ["Q-0234 Sun - times sports writers help widen as what the gap by covering covering the high school sports star system were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
Sun-Times ["Q-0235 What Sun - times sports writers h N by covering the high school sports star system as if it were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
high school sports star system ["Q-0236 Sun - times sports writers help widen what the gap by covering covering as if it were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
big-time college or the NBA or NFL.On ["Q-0237 Sun - times sports writers help widen the gap by covering what were the high school sports star system as if it or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers ["Q-0238 Who help widen the gap by covering the high school sports star system as if it were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers ["Q-0239 Who covering the high school sports star system as if it were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
NFL.On ["Q-0240 Who were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
See also How ["Q-0241 ]
Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams ["Q-0242 ]
the picket line ["Q-0243 As your readers know on what have you been out just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
picket line ["Q-0244 As your readers know you have been out of what on the picket line supporting supporting the just demands for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
better pay ["Q-0245 As your readers know you have been out for what on the picket line supporting supporting the just demands of the teachers and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
better pay ["Q-0246 As your readers know you have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for in what better pay and working conditions including working nurses social workers and librarians ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers ["Q-0247 Whom as your readers k N have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
I have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school.I dont equate our progressive mayor with Rahm. Nor do I know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ["Q-0248 As your readers know what have you been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
demands ["Q-0249 As your readers know you have been out what on the picket line supporting supporting of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers help widen the gap by covering the high school sports star system ["Q-0250 As your readers know you have been out what on the picket line supporting supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers ["Q-0251 As whose readers know you have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
my readers ["Q-0252 Who know you have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
my readers know I ["Q-0253 Who have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
the picket line ["Q-0254 Who supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers ["Q-0255 Who working just d N nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0256 ]
Rahm ["Q-0257 With whom you do nt your progressive mayor ?"] "
nt equate our progressive mayor with Rahm. Nor do I know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ["Q-0258 What you d N progressive mayor with Rahm ?"] "
nurses social workers and librarians ["Q-0259 Who do nt progressive your progressive mayor with Rahm ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0260 ]
sports programs ["Q-0261 Nor do you know what for what will the current budget allow ?"] "
nt equate our progressive mayor with Rahm ["Q-0262 Whom do nor do know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ?"] "
progressive mayor with Rahm ["Q-0263 Who do you know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ?"] "
Rahm ["Q-0264 Who know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ?"] "
Nor do I know what the current budget ["Q-0265 Who will allow for sports programs ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0266 ]
a full-time nurse ["Q-0267 But oh how for what did you wished to treat sports injuries back then ?"] "
sports injuries ["Q-0268 But oh how what did you wished for a full - time nurse to t N back then ?"] "
Rahm ["Q-0269 Who wished for a full - time nurse to treat sports injuries back then ?"] "
Sun-Times phony support for CPS sports teams Sun-Times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League We have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship. -- Sun-Times editorialI expect anti-union anti-teacher rants from the likes of Greg Hinz at Crains or Kristen McQueary (and now Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams ["Q-0270 ]
extra academic help ["Q-0271 However you were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often sent for what your struggling struggling student / athletes to in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
my ["Q-0272 However you were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often sent in what your struggling struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help to keep them eligible ?"] "
a wonderful librarian ["Q-0273 However what were you lucky enough to have who you often sent your struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
student/athletes ["Q-0274 However you were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often s N to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
my ["Q-0275 However you were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often sent whom your struggling struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep eligible ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel\u2019s campaign donors had to do was ask.Sun-Times sports writers help widen the gap by covering the high school sports star system as if it were big-time college or the NBA or NFL.On the strike line this morning.As my readers know I have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school.I dont equate our progressive mayor with Rahm ["Q-0276 Who were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often sent your struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
librarian ["Q-0277 Who often sent your struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
librarian ["Q-0278 Who struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
See also How ["Q-0279 ]
extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ["Q-0280 Yes of what you need one in every school as well ?"] "
every school ["Q-0281 Yes in what you need one of those as well ?"] "
extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ["Q-0282 Yes what you n N of those in every school as well ?"] "
student/athletes ["Q-0283 Who need one of those in every school as well ?"] "
Sun-Times phony support for CPS sports teams Sun-Times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League We have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship. -- Sun-Times editorialI expect anti-union anti-teacher rants from the likes of Greg Hinz at Crains or Kristen McQueary (and now Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams ["Q-0284 ]
the need ["Q-0285 About what did today at a union news conference Cps sports coaches talked for higher stipends better staffing facilities and busing for sports programs ?"] "
higher stipends ["Q-0286 For what did today at a union news conference Cps sports coaches talked about the need better staffing facilities and busing for sports programs ?"] "
sports programs ["Q-0287 Today at a union news conference Cps sports coaches talked about the need for higher stipends better staffing for what facilities and busing busing ?"] "
higher stipends better staffing facilities ["Q-0288 Today at a union news conference Cps sports coaches talked about the need for what higher stipends better staffing and busing for sports programs ?"] "
union news conference CPS sports coaches ["Q-0289 What time talked about the need for higher stipends better staffing facilities and busing for sports programs ?"] "
higher stipends ["Q-0290 Who better staffing facilities and busing for sports programs ?"] "
Mayor Rahm Emanuel was ["Q-0291 Who busing for sports programs ?"] "
See also How ["Q-0292 ]
Sun-Times phony support for CPS sports teams Sun-Times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League We have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship. -- Sun-Times editorialI expect anti-union anti-teacher rants from the likes of Greg Hinz at Crains or Kristen McQueary (and now Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their Week 9 games.Its not just football. Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled to , I hope they get them " ["Q-0294 I m out of the game now whom but you h N get them ?"] "
Sun-Times editorial board members get their heads out of their rear ends.  ["Q-0295 I m out of the game now but you hope whom do they get ?"] "
I ["Q-0296 Who hope they get them ?"] "
I hope they get them.I also hope the Sun-Times editorial board members ["Q-0297 Who get them ?"] "
See also How did a CPS high school get in line for a $13M gym ["Q-0298 ]
their rear ends.  ["Q-0299 I also hope out what do the Sun - times editorial board members get their heads ?"] "
Sun-Times editorial board members ["Q-0300 I also hope get their heads out of their rear ends ?"] "
Sun-Times editorial board members get their heads out of their rear ends.  ["Q-0301 I also hope what do the Sun - times editorial board members get out of their rear ends ?"] "
the unions ["Q-0302 Who also hope the Sun - times editorial board members get their heads out of their rear ends ?"] "
Sun-Times editorial board members ["Q-0303 Who get their heads out of their rear ends ?"] "
See also How did a CPS high school get in line for a $13M gym ["Q-0304 ]
See also How ["Q-0305 ]
the topper...... ["Q-01 Whom does Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-02 What does sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
Sun-Times ["Q-03 Who says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-04 Who have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-05 Who continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-06 Who coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-07 Who will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
Simeon ["Q-08 Who hurting teachers strike to e V into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned ["Q-09 What must but you say flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-10 Who must say you flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-11 Who flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-12 Who reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions ["Q-13 Who striking Ctu teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting Cps sports teams ?"] "
before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams ["Q-14 When does if the strike does not end on or \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike ["Q-15 Who does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 Cps football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-16 Who \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
2300 kids ["Q-17 Who \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled ["Q-18 What will girls tennis teams miss and Class 2a and 3a boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend ?"] "
Girls tennis teams ["Q-19 Who will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2a and 3a boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend ?"] "
Girls ["Q-20 Who scheduled tournament and Class 2a and 3a boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend ?"] "
3A boys soccer teams ["Q-21 Who had to forfeit every game this weekend ?"] "
referee I am ["Q-22 Who say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you is sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as you is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
IHSA ["Q-23 Who referee you is sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as you is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
referee I am ["Q-24 Who is sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as you is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games ["Q-25 Who have been put on hold just as you is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
referee I am ["Q-26 Who is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
Ive ["Q-27 Who always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
Ive ["Q-28 Who educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
teacher strike and about the whole collective-bargaining process ["Q-29 Who can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their Week 9 games.Its not just football. Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2A and 3A boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend.And the topper......if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship.The best solution there is stop giving them.First let me say that as a former CPS basketball coach and IHSA referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as I am with inconvenienced parents , Eric Zorn " ["Q-31 Who still have to call B ?"] "
a newspaper ["Q-32 What is this that remained silent when Mayor Rahm Emanuel & nbsp ; was slashing sports programs for all but the elite schools ?"] "
sports programs ["Q-33 What is this a newspaper that remained silent when Mayor Rahm Emanuel & nbsp ; was slashing for all but the elite schools ?"] "
B.S. ["Q-34 Who is a newspaper that remained silent when Mayor Rahm Emanuel & nbsp ; was slashing sports programs for all but the elite schools ?"] "
my players ["Q-35 What as a coach taking taking to suburban schools only six miles up the lakeshore was always a lesson in class warfare ?"] "
the elite schools ["Q-36 What as a coach taking taking your players to s N only six miles up the lakeshore was always a lesson in class warfare ?"] "
a coach ["Q-37 Who taking your players to suburban schools only six miles up the lakeshore was always a lesson in class warfare ?"] "
my players to suburban schools only six miles up the lakeshore ["Q-38 Who was always a lesson in class warfare ?"] "
My ["Q-39 Whose westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
doctor ["Q-40 What did Courtside was or at least a skilled nurse so injuries could be treated on the spot ?"] "
Courtside ["Q-41 Who was often a doctor or at least a skilled nurse so injuries could be treated on the spot ?"] "
doctor ["Q-42 Who could be treated on the spot ?"] "
Courtside ["Q-43 What had these wealthy public schools all expanded full - time nurses psychologists and well - staffed libraries ?"] "
wealthy public schools ["Q-44 Who had expanded counseling services full - time nurses psychologists and well - staffed libraries ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-45 Who was written into their union contracts but because these districts received two - to - three times the per / student allotment as did city schools ?"] "
Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their Week 9 games.Its not just football. Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2A and 3A boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend.And the topper......if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship.The best solution there is stop giving them.First let me say that as a former CPS basketball coach and IHSA referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold , Eric Zorn " ["Q-47 Who did city schools ?"] "
CPS I ["Q-48 Who was given a tiny stipend for the hours you spent each afternoon and evening after school and at games ?"] "
CPS I ["Q-49 Who spent each afternoon and evening after school and at games ?"] "
McDonalds ["Q-50 Where did you often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal or for new Nikes so your players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
CPS I ["Q-51 Where did you often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal at Mcdonalds or so your players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-52 Who often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal at Mcdonalds or for new Nikes so your players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their Week 9 games.Its not just football. Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2A and 3A boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend.And the topper......if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship.The best solution there is stop giving them.First let me say that as a former CPS basketball coach and IHSA referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold , bus fare home or for a meal at McDonalds or for new Nikes so our players wouldnt " ["Q-54 What did you asked -- often unemployed or minimum - wage workers -- to kick in for new uniforms that fit the kids ?"] "
the kids ["Q-55 What did you asked players parents -- often unemployed or minimum - wage workers -- to kick in for new uniforms that fit ?"] "
referee I am ["Q-56 Who asked players parents -- often unemployed or minimum - wage workers -- to kick in for new uniforms that fit the kids ?"] "
the unis ["Q-57 What did you even had to collect after each game and launder them at home ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-58 Whom did you even had to collect the unis after each game and launder at home ?"] "
players parents ["Q-59 Who even had to collect the unis after each game and launder them at home ?"] "
$60 book ["Q-60 What did you had to p N on first aid told to read it and then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
$60 ["Q-61 Whom did you had to purchase a book on first aid told to read and then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
$60 ["Q-62 Who had to purchase a book on first aid told to read it and then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
players parents -- often unemployed or minimum-wage workers ["Q-63 Who then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
left to my own devices with no equipment or first-aid materials (maybe ice from the kitchen) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious ["Q-64 What did you was to your own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
true-false and multiple-choice test to pass ["Q-65 What did you was then left to your own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to t N open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-66 Who was then left to your own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-67 Who came ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-68 Who was going on ?"] "
two-tier system ["Q-69 What does Cps has of highschool sports where the gap between the haves and have - nots was noticeably widened by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
CPS ["Q-70 Who has a two - tier system of highschool sports where the gap between the haves and have - nots was noticeably widened by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
have-nots ["Q-71 Who was noticeably widened by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel. He ["Q-72 Who made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us.See also How ["Q-73 Who did a Cps high school get in line for a M gym to lure a star basketball coach ? all one of Rahm Emanuel \u2019 s campaign donors had to do was ask ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel\u2019s campaign donors ["Q-74 Who had to do was ask ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers ["Q-75 Who help widen the gap by covering the high school sports star system as if it were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers ["Q-76 Who covering the high school sports star system as if it were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their Week 9 games.Its not just football. Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2A and 3A boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend.And the topper......if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship.The best solution there is stop giving them.First let me say that as a former CPS basketball coach and IHSA referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold , Sun-Times sports writers " ["Q-78 Whom as your readers k N have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
my readers ["Q-79 Who know you have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
my readers ["Q-80 Who have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
the picket line ["Q-81 Who supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers ["Q-82 Who working just d N nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
nt equate our progressive mayor with Rahm. Nor do I know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ["Q-83 What you d N progressive mayor with Rahm ?"] "
nurses social workers and librarians ["Q-84 Who do nt progressive your progressive mayor with Rahm ?"] "
nt equate our progressive mayor with Rahm ["Q-85 Whom do nor do know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ?"] "
progressive mayor with Rahm ["Q-86 Who do you know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ?"] "
Rahm ["Q-87 Who know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ?"] "
Rahm ["Q-88 Who will allow for sports programs ?"] "
Rahm ["Q-89 Who wished for a full - time nurse to treat sports injuries back then ?"] "
extra academic help ["Q-90 However you were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often sent for what your struggling struggling student / athletes to in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
my ["Q-91 However you were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often sent in what your struggling struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help to keep them eligible ?"] "
a wonderful librarian ["Q-92 However what were you lucky enough to have who you often sent your struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
student/athletes ["Q-93 However you were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often s N to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
my ["Q-94 However you were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often sent whom your struggling struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep eligible ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel\u2019s campaign donors had to do was ask.Sun-Times sports writers help widen the gap by covering the high school sports star system as if it were big-time college or the NBA or NFL.On the strike line this morning.As my readers know I have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school.I dont equate our progressive mayor with Rahm ["Q-95 Who were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often sent your struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
librarian ["Q-96 Who often sent your struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
librarian ["Q-97 Who struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
student/athletes ["Q-98 Who need one of those in every school as well ?"] "
union news conference CPS sports coaches ["Q-99 What time talked about the need for higher stipends better staffing facilities and busing for sports programs ?"] "
higher stipends ["Q-100 Who better staffing facilities and busing for sports programs ?"] "
Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their Week 9 games.Its not just football. Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2A and 3A boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend.And the topper......if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship.The best solution there is stop giving them.First let me say that as a former CPS basketball coach and IHSA referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold , Sun-Times editorial board members " ["Q-102 Who hope they get them ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel ["Q-103 Who get them ?"] "
the unions ["Q-104 Who also hope the Sun - times editorial board members get their heads out of their rear ends ?"] "
Sun-Times editorial board members ["Q-105 Who get their heads out of their rear ends ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-01 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says than what the teachers strike to end sooner of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-02 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says of what the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-03 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; if what do you have to wonder continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the coming week ["Q-04 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder through what does if the strike continues how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
standardized tests ["Q-05 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how on what will many students this school year score just a little lower of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-06 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on of what standardized tests hurting hurting their chances into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-07 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on into what standardized tests hurting their chances of getting hurting or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-08 Whom does Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-09 What does sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-010 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues what through the coming coming how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-011 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how what will many students this school year score little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-012 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on what standardized tests hurting hurting of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-013 Sun - times phony support for Cps sports teams Sun - times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League & nbsp ; you have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on what standardized tests hurting their chances of getting hurting into a top college or winning ?"] "
Sun-Times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League We have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship. -- Sun-Times editorialI expect anti-union anti-teacher rants from the likes of Greg Hinz at Crains or Kristen McQueary (and now Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their Week 9 games.Its not just football. Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2A and 3A boys soccer team , topper...... " ["Q-015 Who have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-016 Who continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-017 Who coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-018 Who will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
Simeon ["Q-019 Who hurting teachers strike to e V into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-020 ]
Eric Zorn ["Q-021 ]
home ["Q-022 But you must say you flipped out to what after reading reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close ?"] "
I ["Q-023 But you must say after what flipped you out todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Sun-Times a paper owned ["Q-024 But you must say you flipped out after reading reading todays editorial & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Sun-Times a paper owned ["Q-025 But you must say you flipped out in what after reading reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
the unions ["Q-026 But you must say you flipped out by what after reading reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part which hit too close to home ?"] "
I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned ["Q-027 What must but you say flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
reading todays editorial ["Q-028 But you must say you flipped out after what r r N N N in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-029 Who must say you flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-030 Who flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-031 Who reading todays editorial in the Sun - times a paper & nbsp ; owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home ?"] "
See also How ["Q-032 ]
CTU teachers ["Q-033 The editorial calls what on striking striking to return to work immediately or risk hurting Cps sports teams ?"] "
risk hurting CPS sports teams ["Q-034 The editorial calls on striking Ctu teachers to return to work immediately what N ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-035 Who striking Ctu teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting Cps sports teams ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-036 ]
before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams ["Q-037 When does if the strike does not end on or \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
some 2300 kids ["Q-038 If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 what Cps football teams \u2014 \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
Class 2A and 3A boys ["Q-039 If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 Cps football teams \u2014 some 2300 what \u2014 kids will not play Week 9 games ?"] "
Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike ["Q-040 Who does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 Cps football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
CPS football teams ["Q-041 Who \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids ["Q-042 Who \u2014 will not play their week 9 games ?"] "
See also How ["Q-043 ]
Eric Zorn ["Q-044 ]
Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled ["Q-045 What will girls tennis teams miss and Class 2a and 3a boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend ?"] "
forfeit every game this weekend ["Q-046 Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2a and 3a boys what did soccer teams had to f R ?"] "
Girls tennis teams ["Q-047 Who will miss their scheduled tournament and Class 2a and 3a boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend ?"] "
Girls ["Q-048 Who scheduled tournament and Class 2a and 3a boys soccer teams had to forfeit every game this weekend ?"] "
3A boys soccer teams ["Q-049 Who had to forfeit every game this weekend ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-050 ]
Eric Zorn ["Q-051 ]
Eric Zorn ["Q-052 ]
Sun-Times phony support for CPS sports teams Sun-Times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League We have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship. -- Sun-Times editorialI expect anti-union anti-teacher rants from the likes of Greg Hinz at Crains or Kristen McQueary (and now Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their Week 9 games.Its not just football. Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled to , Sun-Times phony support for CPS sports teams Sun-Times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League We have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship. -- Sun-Times editorialI expect anti-union anti-teacher rants from the likes of Greg Hinz at Crains or Kristen McQueary (and now Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams " ["Q-054 ]
Eric Zorn ["Q-055 ]
Eric Zorn ["Q-056 ]
topper...... ["Q-057 Through what does if the strike continues how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
standardized tests ["Q-058 If the strike continues through the coming week how on what will many students this school year score just a little lower of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-059 If the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on of what standardized tests hurting hurting their chances into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
topper...... ["Q-060 If the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on into what standardized tests hurting their chances of getting hurting or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-061 If the strike continues what through the coming coming how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-062 If the strike continues through the coming week how what will many students this school year score little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-063 If the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on what standardized tests hurting hurting of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship ?"] "
the topper...... ["Q-064 If the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on what standardized tests hurting their chances of getting hurting into a top college or winning ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-065 ]
Eric Zorn ["Q-066 ]
coaches ["Q-067 First let me say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee to what are you sympathetic and players whose games have been put on hold just as you are with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
me say that as a former CPS basketball coach and IHSA referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as I am ["Q-068 First let that what do me say former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you are sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as you are with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
hold just as I am ["Q-069 First let me say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you are sympathetic to the coaches and players whose on what have games been put just as you are with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as I am ["Q-070 First let me say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you are sympathetic to the coaches and players whose as whom have games been put on hold just are with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
inconvenienced parents ["Q-071 First let me say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you are sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just with what are as you and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
I am ["Q-072 First let me say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you are sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just in what are as you with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be with their kids ?"] "
their kids ["Q-073 First let me say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you are sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just with what are as you with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom ?"] "
referee I am ["Q-074 First let me say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa whom r r N N N are sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as you are with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
I am ["Q-075 First let me say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you are sympathetic to the coaches and players whose what have games been put on hold just as you are with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
referee I am ["Q-076 Who say that as a former Cps basketball coach and Ihsa referee you is sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as you is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
IHSA ["Q-077 Who referee you is sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as you is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
IHSA referee I am ["Q-078 Who is sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as you is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
coaches and players whose games ["Q-079 Who have been put on hold just as you is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
referee I am ["Q-080 Who is with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-081 ]
topper......if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship.The best solution there is stop giving them.First let me say that as a former CPS basketball coach and IHSA referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as I am with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids.But Ive always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective-bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy than the ordinary ["Q-082 To what but I ve always thought educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can
their students ["Q-083 But I ve always thought to what educators t you talking about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
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educators talking ["Q-085 That what but I ve always thought to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy than the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
a teacher strike ["Q-086 But I ve always thought about what educators that talking to their students and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy than the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
whole collective-bargaining process ["Q-087 But I ve always thought about what educators that talking to their students about a teacher strike and can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy than the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
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democracy ["Q-089 But I ve always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about on what can the whole collective - bargaining process provide just as authentic a learning experience than the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
ordinary ["Q-090 But I ve always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about can the whole collective - bargaining process provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
school building ["Q-091 But I ve always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy in what the ordinary goings - on or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
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learning experience ["Q-093 But I ve always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy for what the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field ?"] "
ordinary ["Q-094 But I ve always thought what t t N N N educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
ordinary ["Q-095 But I ve always thought t you educators talking to their students about a t N strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy what t t N N N the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
ordinary ["Q-096 But I ve always thought whose educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
learning experience ["Q-097 But I ve always thought t you educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy whose the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
Ive ["Q-098 Who always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
Ive ["Q-099 Who educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
teacher strike and about the whole collective-bargaining process ["Q-0100 Who can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
ordinary ["Q-0101 T how much but I ve always thought educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
just as authentic a learning experience on democracy than the ordinary ["Q-0102 But I ve always thought t you educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about t how much can the whole collective - bargaining process provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
ordinary ["Q-0103 But I ve always thought how much t t N N N educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy t you the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
ordinary ["Q-0104 But I ve always thought t you educators talking to their students about a t N strike and about the whole collective - bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy how much t t N N N the ordinary goings - on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0105 ]
flipped out after reading todays editorial ["Q-0106 What do but you still have to c N ?"] "
B.S. ["Q-0107 Who still have to call B ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0108 ]
See also How ["Q-0109 ]
Eric Zorn ["Q-0110 ]
CPS sports programs ["Q-0111 For what is this a newspaper that remained silent when Mayor Rahm Emanuel & nbsp ; was slashing sports programs but the elite schools ?"] "
a newspaper ["Q-0112 What is this that remained silent when Mayor Rahm Emanuel & nbsp ; was slashing sports programs for all but the elite schools ?"] "
sports programs ["Q-0113 What is this a newspaper that remained silent when Mayor Rahm Emanuel & nbsp ; was slashing for all but the elite schools ?"] "
B.S. ["Q-0114 Who is a newspaper that remained silent when Mayor Rahm Emanuel & nbsp ; was slashing sports programs for all but the elite schools ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0115 ]
class warfare ["Q-0116 As a coach taking your players to suburban schools only six miles up in what did the lakeshore was always a lesson ?"] "
my players ["Q-0117 What as a coach taking taking to suburban schools only six miles up the lakeshore was always a lesson in class warfare ?"] "
elite schools ["Q-0118 What as a coach taking taking your players to s N only six miles up the lakeshore was always a lesson in class warfare ?"] "
the lakeshore ["Q-0119 As a coach taking your players to suburban schools only six miles up what did the lakeshore was in class warfare ?"] "
a coach ["Q-0120 Who taking your players to suburban schools only six miles up the lakeshore was always a lesson in class warfare ?"] "
a coach ["Q-0121 Who was always a lesson in class warfare ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0122 ]
carpeted locker rooms ["Q-0123 My into what would westside kids walk in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
suburban schools ["Q-0124 My in what would westside kids walk into carpeted locker rooms that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
health-club spas ["Q-0125 My like what would westside kids walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
fancy offices ["Q-0126 My past what would westside kids walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
large athletic departments training tables ["Q-0127 My for what would westside kids walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
professional trainers ["Q-0128 My westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having by what did their ankles wrapped ?"] "
large athletic departments training tables ["Q-0129 My westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for what N where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
players ["Q-0130 My westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for what large athletic departments training training tables where opposing were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
ankles wrapped ["Q-0131 My westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where what opposing players opposing by professional trainers ?"] "
My ["Q-0132 Whose westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
their ["Q-0133 My westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health - club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having whose ankles wrapped by professional trainers ?"] "
See also How did a CPS high school get in line for a $13M gym ["Q-0134 ]
least ["Q-0135 At what did Courtside was often a doctor or skilled nurse so injuries could be treated on the spot ?"] "
injuries ["Q-0136 So what did Courtside was often a doctor or at least a skilled nurse could be treated on the spot ?"] "
the spot ["Q-0137 Courtside was often a doctor or at least on what could a skilled nurse so injuries be treated ?"] "
doctor ["Q-0138 What did Courtside was or at least a skilled nurse so injuries could be treated on the spot ?"] "
a skilled nurse so injuries ["Q-0139 Courtside was often a doctor or at least what could a skilled nurse so injuries be treated on the spot ?"] "
Courtside ["Q-0140 Who was often a doctor or at least a skilled nurse so injuries could be treated on the spot ?"] "
Courtside was often a doctor or at least a skilled nurse ["Q-0141 Who could be treated on the spot ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0142 ]
Courtside ["Q-0143 What had these wealthy public schools all expanded full - time nurses psychologists and well - staffed libraries ?"] "
wealthy public schools ["Q-0144 Who had expanded counseling services full - time nurses psychologists and well - staffed libraries ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0145 ]
union contracts ["Q-0146 Not just into what was because it written but because these districts received two - to - three times the per / student allotment as did city schools ?"] "
districts ["Q-0147 Not just because what was because it written into their union contracts but received two - to - three times the per / student allotment as did city schools ?"] "
city schools ["Q-0148 Not just what was because it written into their union contracts but because these districts received two - to - three times the per / student allotment as did city schools ?"] "
two-to-three times ["Q-0149 Not just because it was written what did into their union contracts but because these districts received per / student allotment as did city schools ?"] "
city schools ["Q-0150 Not just because it was written into their union contracts but because these districts received two - to - three times what did the per / student allotment as did ?"] "
Courtside was often a doctor or at least a skilled nurse so injuries could be treated on the spot.These wealthy public schools all had expanded counseling services full-time nurses psychologists ["Q-0151 Who was written into their union contracts but because these districts received two - to - three times the per / student allotment as did city schools ?"] "
Mayor Rahm Emanuel was slashing sports programs for all but the elite schools.As a coach taking my players to suburban schools only six miles up the lakeshore was always a lesson in class warfare. My westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health-club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training tables where opposing players were having their ankles wrapped by professional trainers. Courtside was often a doctor or at least a skilled nurse so injuries could be treated on the spot.These wealthy public schools all had expanded counseling services full-time nurses psychologists and well-staffed libraries. Not just because it was written into their union contracts but because these districts ["Q-0152 Who received two - to - three times the per / student allotment as did city schools ?"] "
the per/student allotment ["Q-0153 Who did city schools ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0154 ]
a meal at McDonalds ["Q-0155 Back for what was at Cps you given a tiny stipend spent each afternoon and evening after school and at games ?"] "
CPS I ["Q-0156 Back at Cps you was given after what a tiny stipend for the hours you spent each afternoon and evening and at games ?"] "
CPS I ["Q-0157 Back at Cps you was given at what a tiny stipend for the hours you spent each afternoon and evening after school and ?"] "
a tiny stipend ["Q-0158 Back what was at Cps you given for the hours you spent each afternoon and evening after school and at games ?"] "
two-to-three times the per/student allotment ["Q-0159 Back at Cps you was given what a tiny stipend for the hours you s J and evening after school and at games ?"] "
CPS I ["Q-0160 Who was given a tiny stipend for the hours you spent each afternoon and evening after school and at games ?"] "
CPS I ["Q-0161 Who spent each afternoon and evening after school and at games ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0162 ]
bus fare home ["Q-0163 For what did you often came out - of - pocket or for a meal at Mcdonalds or for new Nikes so your players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
a meal ["Q-0164 For what did you often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or at Mcdonalds or for new Nikes so your players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
McDonalds ["Q-0165 Where did you often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal or for new Nikes so your players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
CPS I ["Q-0166 Where did you often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal at Mcdonalds or so your players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
our players ["Q-0167 So what did you often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal at Mcdonalds or for new Nikes would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
new Nikes ["Q-0168 I often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal at Mcdonalds or for in what would nt new Nikes so your players have to play ?"] "
our ["Q-0169 I often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal at Mcdonalds or for new Nikes so whose players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0170 Who often came out - of - pocket for after - practice bus fare home or for a meal at Mcdonalds or for new Nikes so your players would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
our players ["Q-0171 Who would nt have to play in their streetwear ?"] "
See also How ["Q-0172 ]
uniforms ["Q-0173 In what did you asked players parents -- often unemployed or minimum - wage workers -- to kick that fit the kids ?"] "
nt ["Q-0174 What did you asked -- often unemployed or minimum - wage workers -- to kick in for new uniforms that fit the kids ?"] "
the kids ["Q-0175 What did you asked players parents -- often unemployed or minimum - wage workers -- to kick in for new uniforms that fit ?"] "
IHSA referee I am sympathetic to the coaches and players whose games have been put on hold just as I am with inconvenienced parents and teachers who long to be in the classroom with their kids.But Ive always thought that educators talking to their students about a teacher strike and about the whole collective-bargaining process can provide just as authentic a learning experience on democracy than the ordinary goings-on in the school building or out on the football field for those few days.But I still have to call B.S. at S-Ts sudden phony concern for CPS sports programs. This is a newspaper that remained silent when Mayor Rahm Emanuel was slashing sports programs for all but the elite schools.As a coach taking my players to suburban schools only six miles up the lakeshore was always a lesson in class warfare. My westside kids would walk into carpeted locker rooms in suburban schools that looked like health-club spas past fancy offices for large athletic departments training ta , See also How " ["Q-0177 ]
each game ["Q-0178 After what did you even had to collect the unis and launder them at home ?"] "
the unis ["Q-0179 I even had to collect at what them ?"] "
the unis ["Q-0180 What did you even had to collect after each game and launder them at home ?"] "
players parents -- often unemployed or minimum-wage workers ["Q-0181 Whom did you even had to collect the unis after each game and launder at home ?"] "
players parents ["Q-0182 Who even had to collect the unis after each game and launder them at home ?"] "
See also How did a CPS high school get in line for a $13M gym ["Q-0183 ]
first aid told ["Q-0184 On what did you had to purchase a book to read it and then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
$60 book ["Q-0185 What did you had to p N on first aid told to read it and then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
$60 ["Q-0186 Whom did you had to purchase a book on first aid told to read and then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
$60 ["Q-0187 I had to purchase a book on first aid told to read what did it and then given online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
$60 ["Q-0188 Who had to purchase a book on first aid told to read it and then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
players parents -- often unemployed or minimum-wage workers ["Q-0189 Who then given an online true - false and multiple - choice test to pass ?"] "
See also How ["Q-0190 ]
true-false and multiple-choice test to pass ["Q-0191 To what did you was then left own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
no equipment ["Q-0192 With what did you was then left to your own devices or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
the kitchen ["Q-0193 From what did you was then left to your own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice ) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
the ambulance ["Q-0194 I was then left to your own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds until what broken bones or things much more serious came ?"] "
left to my own devices with no equipment or first-aid materials (maybe ice from the kitchen) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious ["Q-0195 What did you was to your own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
true-false and multiple-choice test to pass ["Q-0196 What did you was then left to your own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to t N open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
splint broken bones ["Q-0197 I was then left to your own devices with no equipment or first - aid materials ( maybe ice from the kitchen ) or resources to treat ankle s N open wounds what asthma attacks s N or things much more serious until the ambulance came ?"] "
professional trainers. Courtside was often a doctor or at least a skilled nurse so injuries could be treated on the spot.These wealthy public schools all had expanded counseling services full-time nurses psychologists and well-staffed libraries. Not just because it was written into their union contracts but because these districts received two-to-three times the per/student allotment as did city schools.Back at CPS I was given a tiny stipend for the hours I spent each afternoon and evening after school and at games. I often came out-of-pocket for after-practice bus fare home or for a meal at McDonalds or for new Nikes so our players wouldnt have to play in their streetwear. We asked players parents -- often unemployed or minimum-wage workers -- to kick in for new uniforms that fit the kids. I even had to collect the unis after each game and launder them at home.I had to purchase a $60 book on first aid told to read it and then given an online true-false and multiple-choice test to , Rahm Emanuel " ["Q-0199 Who came ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0200 ]
no equipment or first-aid materials (maybe ice from the kitchen) or resources to treat ankle sprains open wounds asthma attacks splint broken bones ["Q-0201 All what was this while the game going on ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0202 Who was going on ?"] "
See also How did a CPS high school get in line for a $13M gym to lure a star basketball coach? All one of Rahm Emanuel\u2019s campaign donors had to do was ask.Sun-Times sports writers help widen the gap by covering the high school sports star system as if it were big-time college or the NBA or NFL.On the strike line this morning.As my readers know I have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school.I dont equate our progressive mayor with Rahm. Nor do I know what the current budget will allow for sports programs. But oh how I wished for a full-time nurse to treat sports injuries back then.However we were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who I often sent my struggling student/athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible. Yes we need one of those in every school as well.Today at a union news conference CPS sports coaches , highschool sports " ["Q-0204 Of what does Cps has a two - tier system where the gap between the haves and have - nots was noticeably widened by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
haves ["Q-0205 Between what does Cps has a two - tier system of highschool sports where the gap and have - nots was noticeably widened by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel. He ["Q-0206 Cps has a two - tier system of highschool sports where by what did the gap between the haves and have - nots was noticeably widened ?"] "
two-tier system ["Q-0207 What does Cps has of highschool sports where the gap between the haves and have - nots was noticeably widened by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
noticeably widened ["Q-0208 Cps has a two - tier system of highschool sports where what did the gap between the haves and have - nots was by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
CPS ["Q-0209 Who has a two - tier system of highschool sports where the gap between the haves and have - nots was noticeably widened by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
have-nots ["Q-0210 Who was noticeably widened by Rahm Emanuel ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0211 ]
Simeon (see S-Ts ["Q-0212 & nbsp ; of what did he made sure that there were always plenty for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Simeon (see S-Ts ["Q-0213 & nbsp ; for what did he made sure that there were always plenty of resources like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel. He ["Q-0214 & nbsp ; like whom did he made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel. He ["Q-0215 & nbsp ; he made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why than what the teachers strike to end sooner of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel. He ["Q-0216 & nbsp ; he made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why of what the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel. He ["Q-0217 & nbsp ; he made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why for what the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not of us ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel. He ["Q-0218 & nbsp ; he made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why of whom the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest ?"] "
Simeon (see ["Q-0219 & nbsp ; what did he made sure that there were of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Simeon (see S-Ts ["Q-0220 & nbsp ; did he made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see why Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
teachers strike ["Q-0221 & nbsp ; he made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why what to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel. He ["Q-0222 Who made sure that there were always plenty of resources for elite sports schools like Simeon & nbsp ; ( see S - ts why Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League ) Whitney Young and Phillips but not for the rest of us ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0223 ]
also How ["Q-0224 See also & nbsp ; in what a Cps high school get for a M gym to lure a star basketball coach ? all one of Rahm Emanuel \u2019 s campaign donors had to do was ask ?"] "
a $13M gym ["Q-0225 See also & nbsp ; How did a Cps for what in line to lure a star basketball coach ? all one of Rahm Emanuel \u2019 s campaign donors had to do was ask ?"] "
CPS high school ["Q-0226 See also & nbsp ; How did a Cps of what in line for a M gym to lure a star basketball coach ? all one s campaign donors had to do was ask ?"] "
CPS ["Q-0227 See also & nbsp ; what high school get in line for a M gym to lure a star basketball coach ? all one of Rahm Emanuel \u2019 s campaign donors had to do was ask ?"] "
lure a star basketball coach ["Q-0228 See also & nbsp ; How did a Cps high school get in what l l N N for a M gym to l N ? all one of Rahm Emanuel \u2019 s campaign donors had to do was ask ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel\u2019s campaign donors ["Q-0229 See also & nbsp ; How did a Cps high school get in line for a M gym to lure a s N basketball coach ? all one what N had to do was ask ?"] "
also How ["Q-0230 Who did a Cps high school get in line for a M gym to lure a star basketball coach ? all one of Rahm Emanuel \u2019 s campaign donors had to do was ask ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel\u2019s campaign donors ["Q-0231 Who had to do was ask ?"] "
See also How ["Q-0232 ]
covering the high school sports star system as if it were big-time college or the NBA or NFL.On the strike line this morning ["Q-0233 By what help Sun - times sports writers widen the gap high school sports star system as if it were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
the gap ["Q-0234 Sun - times sports writers help widen as what the gap by covering covering the high school sports star system were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
Sun-Times ["Q-0235 What Sun - times sports writers h N by covering the high school sports star system as if it were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
high school sports star system ["Q-0236 Sun - times sports writers help widen what the gap by covering covering as if it were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
big-time college or the NBA or NFL.On ["Q-0237 Sun - times sports writers help widen the gap by covering what were the high school sports star system as if it or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers ["Q-0238 Who help widen the gap by covering the high school sports star system as if it were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers ["Q-0239 Who covering the high school sports star system as if it were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
NFL.On ["Q-0240 Who were big - time college or the Nba or Nfl ?"] "
See also How ["Q-0241 ]
Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams ["Q-0242 ]
the picket line ["Q-0243 As your readers know on what have you been out just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
picket line ["Q-0244 As your readers know you have been out of what on the picket line supporting supporting the just demands for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
better pay ["Q-0245 As your readers know you have been out for what on the picket line supporting supporting the just demands of the teachers and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
better pay ["Q-0246 As your readers know you have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for in what better pay and working conditions including working nurses social workers and librarians ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers ["Q-0247 Whom as your readers k N have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
I have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school.I dont equate our progressive mayor with Rahm. Nor do I know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ["Q-0248 As your readers know what have you been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
demands ["Q-0249 As your readers know you have been out what on the picket line supporting supporting of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers help widen the gap by covering the high school sports star system ["Q-0250 As your readers know you have been out what on the picket line supporting supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers ["Q-0251 As whose readers know you have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
my readers ["Q-0252 Who know you have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
my readers know I ["Q-0253 Who have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
the picket line ["Q-0254 Who supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
Sun-Times sports writers ["Q-0255 Who working just d N nurses social workers and librarians in every school ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0256 ]
Rahm ["Q-0257 With whom you do nt your progressive mayor ?"] "
nt equate our progressive mayor with Rahm. Nor do I know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ["Q-0258 What you d N progressive mayor with Rahm ?"] "
nurses social workers and librarians ["Q-0259 Who do nt progressive your progressive mayor with Rahm ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0260 ]
sports programs ["Q-0261 Nor do you know what for what will the current budget allow ?"] "
nt equate our progressive mayor with Rahm ["Q-0262 Whom do nor do know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ?"] "
progressive mayor with Rahm ["Q-0263 Who do you know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ?"] "
Rahm ["Q-0264 Who know what the current budget will allow for sports programs ?"] "
Nor do I know what the current budget ["Q-0265 Who will allow for sports programs ?"] "
Eric Zorn ["Q-0266 ]
a full-time nurse ["Q-0267 But oh how for what did you wished to treat sports injuries back then ?"] "
sports injuries ["Q-0268 But oh how what did you wished for a full - time nurse to t N back then ?"] "
Rahm ["Q-0269 Who wished for a full - time nurse to treat sports injuries back then ?"] "
Sun-Times phony support for CPS sports teams Sun-Times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League We have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship. -- Sun-Times editorialI expect anti-union anti-teacher rants from the likes of Greg Hinz at Crains or Kristen McQueary (and now Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams ["Q-0270 ]
extra academic help ["Q-0271 However you were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often sent for what your struggling struggling student / athletes to in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
my ["Q-0272 However you were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often sent in what your struggling struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help to keep them eligible ?"] "
a wonderful librarian ["Q-0273 However what were you lucky enough to have who you often sent your struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
student/athletes ["Q-0274 However you were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often s N to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
my ["Q-0275 However you were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often sent whom your struggling struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep eligible ?"] "
Rahm Emanuel\u2019s campaign donors had to do was ask.Sun-Times sports writers help widen the gap by covering the high school sports star system as if it were big-time college or the NBA or NFL.On the strike line this morning.As my readers know I have been out on the picket line supporting the just demands of the teachers for better pay and working conditions including nurses social workers and librarians in every school.I dont equate our progressive mayor with Rahm ["Q-0276 Who were lucky enough to have a wonderful librarian who you often sent your struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
librarian ["Q-0277 Who often sent your struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
librarian ["Q-0278 Who struggling student / athletes to for extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ?"] "
See also How ["Q-0279 ]
extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ["Q-0280 Yes of what you need one in every school as well ?"] "
every school ["Q-0281 Yes in what you need one of those as well ?"] "
extra academic help in order to keep them eligible ["Q-0282 Yes what you n N of those in every school as well ?"] "
student/athletes ["Q-0283 Who need one of those in every school as well ?"] "
Sun-Times phony support for CPS sports teams Sun-Times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League We have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship. -- Sun-Times editorialI expect anti-union anti-teacher rants from the likes of Greg Hinz at Crains or Kristen McQueary (and now Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams ["Q-0284 ]
the need ["Q-0285 About what did today at a union news conference Cps sports coaches talked for higher stipends better staffing facilities and busing for sports programs ?"] "
higher stipends ["Q-0286 For what did today at a union news conference Cps sports coaches talked about the need better staffing facilities and busing for sports programs ?"] "
sports programs ["Q-0287 Today at a union news conference Cps sports coaches talked about the need for higher stipends better staffing for what facilities and busing busing ?"] "
higher stipends better staffing facilities ["Q-0288 Today at a union news conference Cps sports coaches talked about the need for what higher stipends better staffing and busing for sports programs ?"] "
union news conference CPS sports coaches ["Q-0289 What time talked about the need for higher stipends better staffing facilities and busing for sports programs ?"] "
higher stipends ["Q-0290 Who better staffing facilities and busing for sports programs ?"] "
Mayor Rahm Emanuel was ["Q-0291 Who busing for sports programs ?"] "
See also How ["Q-0292 ]
Sun-Times phony support for CPS sports teams Sun-Times says Simeon needs the teachers strike to end sooner than the rest of the Public League We have to wonder if the strike continues through the coming week how many students this school year will score just a little lower on standardized tests hurting their chances of getting into a top college or winning a scholarship. -- Sun-Times editorialI expect anti-union anti-teacher rants from the likes of Greg Hinz at Crains or Kristen McQueary (and now Eric Zorn) at the Trib. But I must say I flipped out after reading todays editorial in the Sun-Times a paper owned in part by the unions which hit too close to home.The editorial calls on striking CTU teachers to return to work immediately or risk hurting CPS sports teams.If the strike does not end on or before Tuesday all 78 CPS football teams \u2014 some 2300 kids \u2014 will not play their Week 9 games.Its not just football. Girls tennis teams will miss their scheduled to , I hope they get them " ["Q-0294 I m out of the game now whom but you h N get them ?"] "
Sun-Times editorial board members get their heads out of their rear ends.  ["Q-0295 I m out of the game now but you hope whom do they get ?"] "
I ["Q-0296 Who hope they get them ?"] "
I hope they get them.I also hope the Sun-Times editorial board members ["Q-0297 Who get them ?"] "
See also How did a CPS high school get in line for a $13M gym ["Q-0298 ]
their rear ends.  ["Q-0299 I also hope out what do the Sun - times editorial board members get their heads ?"] "
Sun-Times editorial board members ["Q-0300 I also hope get their heads out of their rear ends ?"] "
Sun-Times editorial board members get their heads out of their rear ends.  ["Q-0301 I also hope what do the Sun - times editorial board members get out of their rear ends ?"] "
the unions ["Q-0302 Who also hope the Sun - times editorial board members get their heads out of their rear ends ?"] "
Sun-Times editorial board members ["Q-0303 Who get their heads out of their rear ends ?"] "
See also How did a CPS high school get in line for a $13M gym ["Q-0304 ]
See also How ["Q-0305 ]
forensic accounting office my job ["Q-01 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to in what Be Civil Any More as you work often means dealing with members of the legal profession ?"] "
members of the legal profession ["Q-02 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to Be Civil Any More as you work in with what means a forensic accounting office your job often dealing of the legal profession ?"] "
legal profession ["Q-03 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to Be Civil Any More as you work in of what means a forensic accounting office your job often dealing with members ?"] "
a forensic accounting ["Q-04 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to Be Civil Any More as you work in what a forensic accounting office your job often m N with members of the legal profession ?"] "
my job ["Q-05 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to Be Civil Any More as you work in a forensic whose with members of the legal profession ?"] "
Pretending To Be Civil Any More As I ["Q-06 Who work in a forensic accounting office your job often means dealing with members of the legal profession ?"] "
office my job ["Q-07 Who often means dealing with members of the legal profession ?"] "
court ["Q-08 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because to what to employ a lawyer to go is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
the law ["Q-09 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to to what is court because of a serious problem relating ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
worry ["Q-10 While you understand that with what is the whole legal process by its nature replete ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
replete ["Q-11 While you understand that because what is the whole legal process by its nature replete with worry ( that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
replete ["Q-12 While you understand that that what is the whole legal process by its nature replete with worry ( because the only reason needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
serious problem ["Q-13 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to because what is court to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
urgency ["Q-14 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) of what do you do not understand why the level that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
lawyers demand ["Q-15 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) that what do you do not understand why the level of urgency demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
a lawyer ["Q-16 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because what to employ to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
nature ["Q-17 While you understand that the whole legal process by whose nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
I understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete ["Q-18 Who understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
nature ["Q-19 Who is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
a lawyer ["Q-20 Who is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
a lawyer ["Q-21 Who do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
lawyers ["Q-22 Who demand because to be so sharp ?"] "
lawyers demand needs to be so sharp.My boss had gone out to lunch and I took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care ["Q-23 What had My boss gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 ["Q-24 Whose boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
My boss ["Q-25 Who had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
My boss ["Q-26 Who took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
immediate job ["Q-27 Who running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
running screen ["Q-28 Who borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
throw bodies in front of the quarterback ["Q-29 Who can do their job unmolested ?"] "
their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 ["Q-30 Who unmolested ?"] "
The world ["Q-31 Who is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time ?"] "
people ["Q-32 Who do not need to be switched on all the time ?"] "
a dinner thing ["Q-33 Who passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-34 Who think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-35 Who is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-36 Who deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
a semi regular basis ["Q-37 Who wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-38 Who was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-39 Who then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-40 Who then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
the Berejiklian Government ["Q-41 Who was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 ["Q-42 Who was at ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-43 Who think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you is under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing which was held last week which my boss was at. I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again I am ["Q-44 Who is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you is under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
I am ["Q-45 Who is under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
manners ["Q-46 Who are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
upper class ["Q-47 Who will ignore them ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-48 While whom you then sat patiently on the phone was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-49 Who then sat patiently on the phone while you was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-50 Who was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
people like me ["Q-51 Who should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
people like me ["Q-52 Who should be happy to be servants ?"] "
society ["Q-53 Who apparently was that too many people had risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
too many people ["Q-54 Who had risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
the world ["Q-55 Who was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
the world ["Q-56 Who being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
bit my tongue ["Q-57 What you b N and remembered the inscription which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
welfare state ["Q-58 Who bit your tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
I bit my tongue ["Q-59 Who remembered the inscription which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
Vespasian ["Q-60 Who had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
Money ["Q-61 Who does not stink ?"] "
When I ["Q-62 When of what you played the recording for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
my boss ["Q-63 When for what you played the recording of the phone call after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
When I ["Q-64 When after whom you played the recording of the phone call for your boss had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
lunch ["Q-65 When you played from what had the recording of the phone call for your boss after he returned of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
shrugged ["Q-66 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned of what from lunch he sort and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
callousness ["Q-67 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned that what did from lunch he sort of shrugged and said is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
the rise ["Q-68 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said on what is that callousness ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
reflection ["Q-69 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said on what is that callousness on the rise ; which is the awful truth ?"] "
I ["Q-70 When what you played of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
awful truth ["Q-71 When you played what had the recording of the phone call for your boss after he returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
the awful truth ["Q-72 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which what is on reflection ?"] "
Sydney ["Q-73 Who played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
my boss ["Q-74 Who had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
shrugged ["Q-75 Who said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
callousness ["Q-76 Who is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
reflection ["Q-77 Who is the awful truth ?"] "
forced to rub shoulders with each other ["Q-78 What do you do not see of thing amongst your fellow commuters as you travel forth and back across this swirling conurbation you call Sydney ?"] "
callousness is on the rise; which on reflection is the awful truth ["Q-79 Who do not see this kind of thing amongst your fellow commuters as you travel forth and back across this swirling conurbation you call Sydney ?"] "
my fellow commuters ["Q-80 Who travel forth and back across this swirling conurbation you call Sydney ?"] "
my fellow commuters ["Q-81 Who swirling this kind o you Sydney ?"] "
forced ["Q-82 What are as commuters you to rub shoulders with each other ?"] "
rub shoulders ["Q-83 What are as commuters you literally forced to r N with each other ?"] "
commuters ["Q-84 Who are literally forced to rub shoulders with each other ?"] "
I am ["Q-85 Who t you sweat a C on while writing this post smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
I am ["Q-86 Who writing sweat and peppermint like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
Sydney. As commuters ["Q-87 Who flavoured like sweat and peppermint chewing gum a C the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-88 Who shared humanity ?"] "
tired we ["Q-89 What are you are all probably just as stressed as the people above us and many of us will flake on and take a nap on the train ?"] "
The people who actually run the world ["Q-90 Who are not here ?"] "
a show ["Q-91 What i m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make by riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
Im ["Q-92 Who not even talking about the political class who occasionally make a show by riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
political class ["Q-93 Who riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
pretence ["Q-94 Who are part of the people ?"] "
people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves ["Q-95 Who are driven to work and as I ve found out do nt want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
Ive ["Q-96 Who found out do nt want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
the people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves or are driven to work and as Ive ["Q-97 Who want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
Not Even Pretending To Be Civil Any More As I work in a forensic accounting office my job often means dealing with members of the legal profession. While I understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry (because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law) I do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp.My boss had gone out to lunch and I took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin ["Q-98 Who accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
matter either drive themselves ["Q-99 What is it like this which you never saw a decade ago which makes me think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
Ive found out dont want to run into us accidentally\u00b2.It ["Q-100 Who is instances like this which you never saw a decade ago which makes me think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves or are driven to work and as Ive ["Q-101 Who never saw a decade ago which makes me think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves or are driven to work and as Ive found out dont want to run into us accidentally\u00b2.It ["Q-102 Who think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-103 Who are inevitable ?"] "
three ["Q-104 How much remaining areas of Sydney buses that were still owned and operated by the government ?"] "
the Berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ["Q-105 Where being this is nt being done done wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government ["Q-106 What being this is nt being done done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ["Q-107 What being this is nt being done because the Government done to provide better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
Berejiklian Government ["Q-108 Who being done a better and m R to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
private parties ["Q-109 Who saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
private parties ["Q-110 Who simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
my experience ["Q-111 Who think that you have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
people who live off the interest of interest ["Q-112 Who have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
mechanics of government ["Q-113 What do you now have who live off the interest of interest and yet ascribe that to their own effort ?"] "
mechanics of government ["Q-114 Who now have people who live off the interest of interest and yet ascribe that to their own effort ?"] "
people who live off the interest of interest ["Q-115 Who yet ascribe that to their own effort ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 ["Q-116 Whom do you find insane that there has been a 1 ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable. Only last week it was reported that the Berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things (the good and fair people of NSW). Instances like my experience make me think that we have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy; using the mechanics of government ["Q-117 Who find it insane that there has been a 1 ?"] "
real wages ["Q-118 Who have only risen by about 0 ?"] "
Business Council of Australia ["Q-119 Who have convinced governments that a 0 ?"] "
superannuation ["Q-120 Who is unaffordable ?"] "
stage capitalism ["Q-121 Who looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend that it does nt have a class system but you is very clearly reminded that it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-122 Who does nt have a class system but you is very clearly reminded that it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
nt have a class system ["Q-123 Who is very clearly reminded that it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
Australia ["Q-124 Who does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
France ["Q-125 Where you wonder was like this before the french Revolution ?"] "
Australia ["Q-126 Who wonder if France was like this before the french Revolution ?"] "
France ["Q-127 Who was like this before the french Revolution ?"] "
no bread ["Q-128 What do if the peasants have then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
peasants ["Q-129 Who have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
peasants ["Q-130 Who then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
peasants ["Q-131 Who eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
peasants ["Q-132 Who can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
France ["Q-133 Who chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
chooses\u00b2though I ["Q-134 Who suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
chooses\u00b2though I suspect ["Q-135 Who might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
repeatedly\u00b3it ["Q-136 Who is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
forensic accounting office my job ["Q-01 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to in what Be Civil Any More as you work often means dealing with members of the legal profession ?"] "
members of the legal profession ["Q-02 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to Be Civil Any More as you work in with what means a forensic accounting office your job often dealing of the legal profession ?"] "
legal profession ["Q-03 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to Be Civil Any More as you work in of what means a forensic accounting office your job often dealing with members ?"] "
a forensic accounting ["Q-04 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to Be Civil Any More as you work in what a forensic accounting office your job often m N with members of the legal profession ?"] "
my job ["Q-05 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to Be Civil Any More as you work in a forensic whose with members of the legal profession ?"] "
Pretending To Be Civil Any More As I ["Q-06 Who work in a forensic accounting office your job often means dealing with members of the legal profession ?"] "
office my job ["Q-07 Who often means dealing with members of the legal profession ?"] "
feudalism ["Q-08 ]
court ["Q-09 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because to what to employ a lawyer to go is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
the law ["Q-010 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to to what is court because of a serious problem relating ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
whole legal process ["Q-011 That what while you understand by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
nature ["Q-012 By what while you understand that the whole legal process is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
worry ["Q-013 While you understand that with what is the whole legal process by its nature replete ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
replete ["Q-014 While you understand that because what is the whole legal process by its nature replete with worry ( that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
replete ["Q-015 While you understand that that what is the whole legal process by its nature replete with worry ( because the only reason needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
serious problem ["Q-016 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to because what is court to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
urgency ["Q-017 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) of what do you do not understand why the level that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
lawyers demand ["Q-018 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) that what do you do not understand why the level of urgency demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
a lawyer ["Q-019 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because what to employ to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
nature ["Q-020 While you understand that the whole legal process by whose nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
I understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete ["Q-021 Who understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
nature ["Q-022 Who is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
a lawyer to go to court ["Q-023 Who is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
a lawyer ["Q-024 Who do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
lawyers ["Q-025 Who demand because to be so sharp ?"] "
feudalism ["Q-026 ]
lunch ["Q-027 To what had My boss gone out and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
running screen ["Q-028 My boss had gone out to of what did lunch and you took the immediate job which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
delightful terms borrowed ["Q-029 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took of what the immediate job of running running screen which is one from american football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
American football ["Q-030 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of from what did those delightful terms borrowed and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
front ["Q-031 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of in what did those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
the quarterback ["Q-032 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of of what did those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
lawyers demand ["Q-033 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of so what did those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback can do their job unmolested ?"] "
lawyers demand needs to be so sharp.My boss had gone out to lunch and I took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care ["Q-034 What had My boss gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
immediate job ["Q-035 My boss had gone out to what did lunch and you took of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
screen ["Q-036 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took what the immediate job of running running which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
lawyers demand ["Q-037 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took what the immediate job of running running screen which is of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
throw bodies ["Q-038 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of what did those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to t N in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care ["Q-039 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw what can bodies in front of the quarterback so that they do unmolested ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 ["Q-040 Whose boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
lawyers demand ["Q-041 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do whose job unmolested ?"] "
My boss ["Q-042 Who had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
My boss ["Q-043 Who took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
immediate job ["Q-044 Who running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
running screen ["Q-045 Who borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
throw bodies in front of the quarterback ["Q-046 Who can do their job unmolested ?"] "
their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 ["Q-047 Who unmolested ?"] "
lawyers demand needs to be so sharp.My boss had gone out to lunch and I took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ["Q-048 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took how much the immediate job of running running screen which is of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-049 ]
if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life ["Q-050 At what are you pretty good because you take the attitude that if me are at lunch then you do nt care if me are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life ["Q-051 Because whom are you pretty good at this take the attitude that if me are at lunch then you do nt care if me are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life ["Q-052 I are pretty that what do good at this because you take the attitude are at lunch then you do nt care if me are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
lunch ["Q-053 I are pretty good at this because you take at what are the attitude that if me then you do nt care if me are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
I ["Q-054 I are pretty good at this because you take the attitude that if me are at lunch then if whom you do nt care are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
if you are a lawyer ["Q-055 I are pretty good at this because you take the attitude that if me are at lunch then you do nt care that whom are if me a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life ["Q-056 I are pretty good at this because you take the attitude that if me are at lunch then you do nt care if me are unless whom do a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
attitude ["Q-057 I are pretty what do good at this because you take that if me are at lunch then you do nt care if me are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-058 I are pretty good at this because you take the attitude that if me are at lunch then you do nt care what are if me or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
life threatening ["Q-059 I are pretty good at this because you take the attitude that if me are at lunch then you do nt care if me are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have what is unless it can wait ?"] "
cake?\u00b9Martin ["Q-060 ]
people ["Q-061 That what is the world already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult do not need to be switched on all the time ?"] "
difficult ["Q-062 The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and what do difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time ?"] "
The world ["Q-063 Who is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time ?"] "
people ["Q-064 Who do not need to be switched on all the time ?"] "
feudalism ["Q-065 ]
their stress ["Q-066 Lawyers especially like to offload to what their stress by passing passing it on because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-067 Lawyers especially like to offload because whom their stress by passing passing it on to others think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you"
sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-068 Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to that what others because they think is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
a semi regular basis ["Q-069 Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who with what you deal wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
a dinner thing ["Q-070 Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why at what you was nt which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-071 Lawyers especially like to offload whom their stress by passing passing on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-072 Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that s s N N N ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt"
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-073 Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer whom did and then asked why you
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing which was held last week ["Q-074 Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me"
my boss ["Q-075 Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where whose boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-076 Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt
a dinner thing ["Q-077 Who passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-078 Who think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-079 Who is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-080 Who deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
a semi regular basis ["Q-081 Who wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-082 Who was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-083 Who then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-084 Who then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
the Berejiklian Government ["Q-085 Who was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 ["Q-086 Who was at ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-087 ]
I am ["Q-088 That what you think is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you are under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
no illusions ["Q-089 I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again under what are you that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
I am ["Q-090 I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again that what are you under no illusions are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
I am ["Q-091 I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you are of what are under no illusions that manners the invention to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
I am ["Q-092 I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you are while what are under no illusions that manners the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform will ignore them ?"] "
a strange thing ["Q-093 I think what is that that to ask someone but then again you are under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
I am ["Q-094 I think what is that that a strange thing to a N but then again you are under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
the invention ["Q-095 I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you are what are under no illusions that manners of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
middle class conform ["Q-096 I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you are what are under no illusions that manners the invention of the upper class to make while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
the same time they will ignore them ["Q-097 I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you are under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at what will the same time they ignore ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-098 Who think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you is under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
I am ["Q-099 Who is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you is under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
I am ["Q-0100 Who is under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
manners ["Q-0101 Who are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
middle class ["Q-0102 Who will ignore them ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0103 ]
anyway?).I ["Q-0104 To what did you explained you had no idea t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0105 I explained to what did t you you had no idea it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
anyway?).I then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0106 I explained t you you had no idea t you it was to whom on and you was nt invited ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
a function ["Q-0107 I explained t you you had no idea t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would to what be you invited which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0108 That whom did you explained had no idea that it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
anyway?).I then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0109 I explained that whom t that you you no idea was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
thinking why would I be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway?).I then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0110 I explained that you had no idea that it was while what on and you was nt to it either ( all why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
I be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway?).I ["Q-0111 I explained that you had no idea that it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would in what be you invited to a function which people went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0112 I explained what t t N N N you had no idea t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
no idea ["Q-0113 I explained what did t you you had t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
anyway?).I then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0114 I explained what did t you you had no idea t N it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
nt ["Q-0115 I explained t you you had no idea t you it was what on and you w n to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
anyway?).I then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0116 I explained t you you had no idea t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( whom all while thinking thinking why would be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
I be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway?).I then sat patiently on the phone while I was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me shouldnt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know our place and that we should be happy to be servants ["Q-0117 I explained t you you had no idea t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would what be you invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
anyway?).I then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0118 I explained whose you had no idea t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0119 I explained t you you had no idea whose it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0120 T how much did you explained you had no idea t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0121 I explained t how much did t you you had no idea it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0122 I explained how much t t N N N you had no idea t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0123 I explained how much did t you you had no idea t N it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
feudalism ["Q-0124 ]
the phone ["Q-0125 On what you then sat patiently while you was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0126 While whom you then sat patiently on the phone was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0127 I then sat patiently like whom was on the phone while you given a lecture about why people and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0128 I then sat patiently like whom was on the phone while you given a lecture about why people like them and people should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
each other ["Q-0129 I then sat patiently on the phone while you was given a lecture about why with what people like them and people like me should nt associate other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0130 I then sat patiently on what was on the phone while you given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0131 I then sat patiently like whom was on the phone while you given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0132 I then sat patiently on the phone while you was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that that whom should people like me know your place and should be happy to be servants ?"] "
lecture ["Q-0133 I then sat patiently what was on the phone while you given about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
our place ["Q-0134 I then sat patiently on the phone while you was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that what should people like me know and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
servants ["Q-0135 I then sat patiently on the phone while you was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know what should your place and that you be happy to be ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0136 Who then sat patiently on the phone while you was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing which was held last week which my boss was at. I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again I am under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them. I explained that I had no idea that it was on and I wasnt invited to it either (all while thinking why would I be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway?).I then s , people like me " ["Q-0138 Who should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
know our place ["Q-0139 Who should be happy to be servants ?"] "
Horse ["Q-0140 ]
too many people had risen above their station in the natural order of things ["Q-0141 That what did the problem with society apparently was had risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
their station ["Q-0142 The problem with society apparently was that too above what had many people risen in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
the natural order ["Q-0143 The problem with society apparently was that too in what had many people risen above their station of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
things ["Q-0144 The problem with society apparently was that too of what had many people risen above their station in the natural order and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
the world ["Q-0145 The problem with society apparently was that too that what had many people risen above their station in the natural order of things and was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
dismantling of the welfare state ["Q-0146 The problem with society apparently was that too many people had risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly with what being being put put right again of the welfare state ?"] "
welfare state ["Q-0147 The problem with society apparently was that too many people had risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly of what being being put put right again with the dismantling ?"] "
many people had risen above their station in the natural order of things ["Q-0148 The problem with society apparently was that too what had many people risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
slowly ["Q-0149 The problem with society apparently was that too many people had risen above their station in what did the natural order of things and that the world was right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
society ["Q-0150 Who apparently was that too many people had risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
too many people ["Q-0151 Who had risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
the world ["Q-0152 Who was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
the world ["Q-0153 Who being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
Horse ["Q-0154 ]
bit my tongue ["Q-0155 I bit did your tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
bit my tongue ["Q-0156 I bit did your tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
the toilets ["Q-0157 I bit your tongue and remembered the inscription which upon what did vespasian h V placed in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
Ancient Rome Pecunia ["Q-0158 I bit your tongue and remembered the inscription which where did vespasian h V placed upon the toilets which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
bit my tongue ["Q-0159 What you b N and remembered the inscription which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
the inscription ["Q-0160 I bit what did your tongue and remembered which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
Vespasian had placed ["Q-0161 I bit your tongue and remembered the inscription which what upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
Vespasian had placed ["Q-0162 I bit your tongue and remembered the inscription which what upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means does not stink ?"] "
welfare state ["Q-0163 I bit your tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian whose placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
welfare state ["Q-0164 Who bit your tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
I bit my tongue ["Q-0165 Who remembered the inscription which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
Vespasian ["Q-0166 Who had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
Money ["Q-0167 Who does not stink ?"] "
bit my tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia non olet ["Q-0168 I bit h how much did your tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
non olet ["Q-0169 I bit your tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian how much h h N N N placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
Horse 2613 - Were Not Even Pretending To Be Civil Any More As I work in a forensic accounting office my job often means dealing with members of the legal profession. While I understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry (because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law) I do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp.My boss had gone out to lunch and I took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently , When I " ["Q-0171 When of what you played the recording for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
my boss ["Q-0172 When for what you played the recording of the phone call after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
When I ["Q-0173 When after whom you played the recording of the phone call for your boss had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
lunch ["Q-0174 When you played from what had the recording of the phone call for your boss after he returned of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
shrugged ["Q-0175 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned of what from lunch he sort and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
callousness ["Q-0176 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned that what did from lunch he sort of shrugged and said is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
the rise ["Q-0177 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said on what is that callousness ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
reflection ["Q-0178 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said on what is that callousness on the rise ; which is the awful truth ?"] "
When I ["Q-0179 When what you played of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
awful truth ["Q-0180 When you played what had the recording of the phone call for your boss after he returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
the awful truth ["Q-0181 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which what is on reflection ?"] "
Sydney ["Q-0182 Who played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
my boss ["Q-0183 Who had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
shrugged ["Q-0184 Who said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
callousness ["Q-0185 Who is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
reflection ["Q-0186 Who is the awful truth ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0187 ]
forced to rub shoulders ["Q-0188 Of what do you do not see this kind fellow commuters as you travel forth and back across this swirling conurbation you call Sydney ?"] "
servants. The problem with society apparently was that too many people had risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state.I bit my tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia non olet which when translated means Money does not stink. When I played the recording of the phone call for my boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise; which on reflection is the awful truth ["Q-0189 As whom do you do not see this kind of thing amongst your fellow commuters travel forth and back across this swirling conurbation you call Sydney ?"] "
swirling conurbation ["Q-0190 I do not see this kind of thing amongst your across what fellow commuters as you travel forth and back call Sydney ?"] "
forced to rub shoulders with each other ["Q-0191 What do you do not see of thing amongst your fellow commuters as you travel forth and back across this swirling conurbation you call Sydney ?"] "
fellow commuters as we travel forth and back across this swirling conurbation we call Sydney. As commuters we are literally forced to rub shoulders with each other ["Q-0192 I do not see this kind of thing amongst your what fellow commuters as you travel forth and back across this swirling call Sydney ?"] "
Sydney ["Q-0193 I do not see this kind of thing amongst your fellow commuters as you travel forth and back what across this swirling conurbation you swirling N ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing which was held last week which my boss was at. I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again I am under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them. I explained that I had no idea that it was on and I wasnt invited to it either (all while thinking why would I be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway?).I then s , my fellow commuters " ["Q-0195 Who travel forth and back across this swirling conurbation you call Sydney ?"] "
my fellow commuters ["Q-0196 Who swirling this kind o you Sydney ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0197 ]
Sydney ["Q-0198 With what are as commuters you literally forced to rub shoulders other ?"] "
forced ["Q-0199 What are as commuters you to rub shoulders with each other ?"] "
rub shoulders ["Q-0200 What are as commuters you literally forced to r N with each other ?"] "
commuters ["Q-0201 Who are literally forced to rub shoulders with each other ?"] "
feudalism ["Q-0202 ]
I am ["Q-0203 On what t the train that you you smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
I am ["Q-0204 The train that you are like what on while writing writing this post smells and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
I am ["Q-0205 The train that you are because what on while writing writing like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
horrible flavoured ["Q-0206 The train that you are on while writing this post smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and of what are potato chips and farts because these the smells ?"] "
The train that I am ["Q-0207 The t N what t t N N N you are on while writing this post smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
I am ["Q-0208 The train t you you are what on while writing writing smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
I am ["Q-0209 The train t you you are what on while writing writing like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
horrible flavoured ["Q-0210 The train t you you are on while writing this post smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and what are potato chips and farts because these of a shared humanity ?"] "
I am ["Q-0211 The train t you you are on while writing this post smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are what did the smells of a shared shared ?"] "
I am ["Q-0212 The train whose you are on while writing this post smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
I am ["Q-0213 Who t you sweat a C on while writing this post smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
I am ["Q-0214 Who writing sweat and peppermint like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
my fellow commuters ["Q-0215 Who flavoured like sweat and peppermint chewing gum a C the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-0216 Who shared humanity ?"] "
The train that I am ["Q-0217 The t N how much t t N N N you are on while writing this post smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ["Q-0218 ]
people ["Q-0219 We are as what did all tired you tired all probably just as stressed above us and many of us will flake on and take a nap on the train ?"] "
just as stressed ["Q-0220 We are all tired you are above whom as the people and many of us will flake on and take a nap on the train ?"] "
just as stressed ["Q-0221 We are all tired you are of whom as the people above us and many will flake on and take a nap on the train ?"] "
the train ["Q-0222 We are all tired you are all probably just as stressed as the people above us and many of us will flake on what do on and take a nap ?"] "
tired we ["Q-0223 What are you are all probably just as stressed as the people above us and many of us will flake on and take a nap on the train ?"] "
all probably just as stressed ["Q-0224 We are what did all tired you tired as the people above us and many of us will flake on and take a nap on the train ?"] "
a nap ["Q-0225 We are all tired you are all probably just as stressed as the people above us and many of us will flake what do on and take on the train ?"] "
repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ["Q-0226 ]
The people who actually run the world ["Q-0227 Who are not here ?"] "
cake?\u00b9Martin ["Q-0228 ]
political class ["Q-0229 About what I m not even talking who occasionally make a show by riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
riding ["Q-0230 By what I m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make a show on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
public transport ["Q-0231 I m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make on what a show by riding riding because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
a show ["Q-0232 I m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make because whom a show by riding riding on public transport at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
pretence ["Q-0233 I m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make of what a show by riding riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind that they are part of the people ?"] "
a show ["Q-0234 I m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make that whom a show by riding riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence are part of the people ?"] "
that they are part of the people ["Q-0235 I m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make a show by riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up of what are some kind of pretence that they part ?"] "
a show ["Q-0236 What i m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make by riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
a show ["Q-0237 I m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make what a show by riding riding on public transport because they at least have to keep of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
that they are part of the people ["Q-0238 I m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make a show by riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up what are some kind of pretence that they of the people ?"] "
Im ["Q-0239 Who not even talking about the political class who occasionally make a show by riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
political class ["Q-0240 Who riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
pretence ["Q-0241 Who are part of the people ?"] "
class warfare ["Q-0242 ]
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-0243 The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter are either drive themselves or driven to work and found out do nt want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
accidentally\u00b2.It ["Q-0244 The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves or are driven to work and as I ve found out into whom do nt want to run accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-0245 The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter what are either drive themselves or driven to work and as I ve found out do nt want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-0246 The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves or are driven to work and as I ve found want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves ["Q-0247 Who are driven to work and as I ve found out do nt want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
Ive ["Q-0248 Who found out do nt want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
Ive ["Q-0249 Who want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
Not Even Pretending To Be Civil Any More As I work in a forensic accounting office my job often means dealing with members of the legal profession. While I understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry (because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law) I do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp.My boss had gone out to lunch and I took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex , repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare " ["Q-0251 ]
accidentally\u00b2.It ["Q-0252 Like what is it instances which you never saw a decade ago which makes me think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-0253 It is instances like this which you never saw a decade ago which makes that what me think are inevitable ?"] "
accidentally\u00b2.It ["Q-0254 What is it like this which you never saw a decade ago which makes me think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
accidentally\u00b2.It ["Q-0255 It is instances like this which what you never saw ago which makes me think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves or are driven to work and as Ive found out dont want to run into us accidentally\u00b2.It ["Q-0256 It is instances like this which whom you never saw a decade ago which makes think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
Ive found out dont want to run into us accidentally\u00b2.It ["Q-0257 Who is instances like this which you never saw a decade ago which makes me think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves or are driven to work and as Ive ["Q-0258 Who never saw a decade ago which makes me think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves ["Q-0259 Who think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-0260 Who are inevitable ?"] "
repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ["Q-0261 ]
three ["Q-0262 How much remaining areas of Sydney buses that were still owned and operated by the government ?"] "
Berejiklian Government ["Q-0263 Only that what was last week it reported was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney buses that were still owned and operated by the government ?"] "
Sydney Buses ["Q-0264 Only last week it was reported that of what was the berejiklian Government going to privatise the three remaining areas that were still owned and operated by the government ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable. Only last week it was reported that the Berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government ["Q-0265 Only last week it was reported that the berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney buses that were still by what did owned and operated owned ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-0266 Only what was last week it reported that the berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney buses that were still owned and operated by the government ?"] "
Berejiklian Government ["Q-0267 Only last week it was reported that what was the berejiklian Government going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney buses that were still owned and operated by the government ?"] "
the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses ["Q-0268 Only last week it was reported that what was the berejiklian Government going to privatise of Sydney buses that were still owned and operated by the government ?"] "
Berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned ["Q-0269 Only last week it was reported that what was the berejiklian Government going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney buses that were and operated by the government ?"] "
class warfare ["Q-0270 ]
the Berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ["Q-0271 Where being this is nt being done done wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
bus services ["Q-0272 Of what being this is nt being done because the Government done to provide a better and more efficient set but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
private parties ["Q-0273 That what being this is nt being done because the Government done to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
about the people ["Q-0274 This is nt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make about what do private profits and they simply do not care who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits ["Q-0275 This is nt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make where do private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people ) ?"] "
going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ["Q-0276 What being this is nt being done done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ["Q-0277 What being this is nt being done because the Government done to provide better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
private parties ["Q-0278 This is nt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that what private parties saw potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
private parties ["Q-0279 This is nt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that what private parties saw a potential to make and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ["Q-0280 This is nt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make what do private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
Berejiklian Government ["Q-0281 Who being done a better and m R to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
private parties ["Q-0282 Who saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
private parties ["Q-0283 Who simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0284 ]
people who live off the interest of interest ["Q-0285 Instances like your experience make that whom me think have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
actual vindictiveness ["Q-0286 Instances like your experience make me think of what have that you entered a period by policy ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
policy ["Q-0287 Instances like your experience make me think by what have that you entered a period of actual vindictiveness ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things (the good and fair people of NSW). Instances like my experience make me think that we have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3.We now have people who live off the interest of interest ["Q-0288 Instances like your experience make me think of what have that you entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
a weapon\u00b3.We ["Q-0289 Instances like your experience make me think as what have that you entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics of government ?"] "
people who live off the interest of interest ["Q-0290 Instances like your experience make me think what have that you entered of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
people who live off the interest of interest ["Q-0291 Instances like your experience make me think what have that you entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
my experience ["Q-0292 Instances like whose experience make me think that you have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
my experience ["Q-0293 Who think that you have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
people who live off the interest of interest ["Q-0294 Who have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ["Q-0295 ]
mechanics of government ["Q-0296 We now have people who live to what off the interest of interest and yet ascribe that own effort ?"] "
mechanics of government ["Q-0297 Off what do you now have people who live of interest and yet ascribe that to their own effort ?"] "
mechanics of government ["Q-0298 Of what do you now have people who live off the interest and yet ascribe that to their own effort ?"] "
mechanics of government ["Q-0299 What do you now have who live off the interest of interest and yet ascribe that to their own effort ?"] "
mechanics of government ["Q-0300 Who now have people who live off the interest of interest and yet ascribe that to their own effort ?"] "
people who live off the interest of interest ["Q-0301 Who yet ascribe that to their own effort ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0302 ]
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 ["Q-0303 Whom do you find insane that there has been a 1 ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable. Only last week it was reported that the Berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things (the good and fair people of NSW). Instances like my experience make me think that we have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3.We now have people who live off the interest of interest and yet ascribe that to their own effort. I find it insane that there has been a 1.1% year ["Q-0304 I find what that there has been ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-0305 Who find it insane that there has been a 1 ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0306 ]
0.1% ["Q-0307 1 % year on year gain on labour productivity for more than a decade which is about 12 % overall yet by what do real wages have only risen ?"] "
only risen ["Q-0308 1 % year on year gain on labour productivity for more than a decade which is about 12 % overall yet what do real wages have by about 0 ?"] "
real wages ["Q-0309 Who have only risen by about 0 ?"] "
0.1% ["Q-0310 1 % year on year gain on labour productivity for more than a decade which is about 12 % overall yet by how much do real wages have only risen ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0311 ]
0.5 ["Q-0312 1 that what have % and organisations like the Business Council of Australia convinced governments ?"] "
real wages ["Q-0313 1 what have % and organisations like the Business Council of Australia convinced that a 0 ?"] "
Business Council of Australia ["Q-0314 Who have convinced governments that a 0 ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0315 ]
superannuation ["Q-0316 Who is unaffordable ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0317 ]
I am ["Q-0318 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; to what to pretend it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded t you it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0319 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend t you it does nt have to what are a class system but you very clearly reminded it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
feudalism returns?  ["Q-0320 Is this what like what late stage capitalism looks ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend that it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded that it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0321 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; that whom to pretend does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded that it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0322 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend that it does nt have that whom are a class system but you very clearly reminded does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0323 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend that it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded by what does that it does ; especially of very substantial means ?"] "
those of very substantial means ["Q-0324 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend that it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded of what does that it does ; especially by those ?"] "
I am ["Q-0325 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend what t t N N N it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded t you it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
nt have a class system ["Q-0326 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend what t you it d N but you are very clearly reminded t you it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0327 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend t you it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded what t t N N N it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0328 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend whose it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded t you it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0329 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend t you it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded whose it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
stage capitalism ["Q-0330 Who looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend that it does nt have a class system but you is very clearly reminded that it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0331 Who does nt have a class system but you is very clearly reminded that it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
nt have a class system ["Q-0332 Who is very clearly reminded that it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
Australia ["Q-0333 Who does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0334 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; t how much to pretend it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded t you it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0335 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend t you it does nt have t how much are a class system but you very clearly reminded it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0336 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend how much t t N N N it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded t you it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0337 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend t you it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded how much t t N N N it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0338 ]
France ["Q-0339 Where you wonder was like this before the french Revolution ?"] "
If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake?\u00b9Martin Skrtel ["Q-0340 I wonder like what did if France was before the french Revolution ?"] "
the French Revolution ["Q-0341 I wonder before what did if France was like this ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable. Only last week it was reported that the Berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things (the good and fair people of NSW). Instances like my experience make me think that we have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3.We now have people who live off the interest of interest and yet ascribe that to their own effort. I find it insane that there has been a 1.1% year on year gain on labour productivity for more than a decade which is about 12% overall yet real wages have only risen by about 0.1% and organisations like the Bus , France " ["Q-0343 Who was like this before the french Revolution ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0344 ]
any story ["Q-0345 If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin into what can skrtel walk chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
I ["Q-0346 If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though that whom you suspect might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
us ["Q-0347 If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect over whom might that they enjoy running deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
a weapon ["Q-0348 If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately as what is and repeatedly\u00b3it handy to have government in class warfare ?"] "
class warfare ["Q-0349 If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately in what is and repeatedly\u00b3it handy to have government as a weapon ?"] "
no bread ["Q-0350 What do if the peasants have then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
I wonder if France ["Q-0351 If the peasants have whom do no bread then let eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
chooses\u00b2though ["Q-0352 If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk whom into any story he c N suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
I suspect ["Q-0353 If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect what might that they enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
government ["Q-0354 If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately what is and repeatedly\u00b3it handy to have as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
peasants ["Q-0355 Who have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
peasants ["Q-0356 Who then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
peasants ["Q-0357 Who eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
peasants ["Q-0358 Who can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
France ["Q-0359 Who chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
chooses\u00b2though I ["Q-0360 Who suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
chooses\u00b2though I suspect ["Q-0361 Who might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
repeatedly\u00b3it ["Q-0362 Who is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0363 ]
forensic accounting office my job ["Q-01 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to in what Be Civil Any More as you work often means dealing with members of the legal profession ?"] "
members of the legal profession ["Q-02 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to Be Civil Any More as you work in with what means a forensic accounting office your job often dealing of the legal profession ?"] "
legal profession ["Q-03 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to Be Civil Any More as you work in of what means a forensic accounting office your job often dealing with members ?"] "
a forensic accounting ["Q-04 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to Be Civil Any More as you work in what a forensic accounting office your job often m N with members of the legal profession ?"] "
my job ["Q-05 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to Be Civil Any More as you work in a forensic whose with members of the legal profession ?"] "
Pretending To Be Civil Any More As I ["Q-06 Who work in a forensic accounting office your job often means dealing with members of the legal profession ?"] "
office my job ["Q-07 Who often means dealing with members of the legal profession ?"] "
court ["Q-08 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because to what to employ a lawyer to go is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
the law ["Q-09 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to to what is court because of a serious problem relating ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
worry ["Q-10 While you understand that with what is the whole legal process by its nature replete ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
replete ["Q-11 While you understand that because what is the whole legal process by its nature replete with worry ( that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
replete ["Q-12 While you understand that that what is the whole legal process by its nature replete with worry ( because the only reason needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
serious problem ["Q-13 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to because what is court to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
urgency ["Q-14 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) of what do you do not understand why the level that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
lawyers demand ["Q-15 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) that what do you do not understand why the level of urgency demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
a lawyer ["Q-16 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because what to employ to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
nature ["Q-17 While you understand that the whole legal process by whose nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
I understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete ["Q-18 Who understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
nature ["Q-19 Who is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
a lawyer ["Q-20 Who is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
a lawyer ["Q-21 Who do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
lawyers ["Q-22 Who demand because to be so sharp ?"] "
lawyers demand needs to be so sharp.My boss had gone out to lunch and I took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care ["Q-23 What had My boss gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 ["Q-24 Whose boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
My boss ["Q-25 Who had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
My boss ["Q-26 Who took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
immediate job ["Q-27 Who running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
running screen ["Q-28 Who borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
throw bodies in front of the quarterback ["Q-29 Who can do their job unmolested ?"] "
their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 ["Q-30 Who unmolested ?"] "
The world ["Q-31 Who is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time ?"] "
people ["Q-32 Who do not need to be switched on all the time ?"] "
a dinner thing ["Q-33 Who passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-34 Who think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-35 Who is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-36 Who deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
a semi regular basis ["Q-37 Who wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-38 Who was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-39 Who then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-40 Who then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
the Berejiklian Government ["Q-41 Who was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 ["Q-42 Who was at ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-43 Who think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you is under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing which was held last week which my boss was at. I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again I am ["Q-44 Who is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you is under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
I am ["Q-45 Who is under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
manners ["Q-46 Who are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
upper class ["Q-47 Who will ignore them ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-48 While whom you then sat patiently on the phone was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-49 Who then sat patiently on the phone while you was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-50 Who was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
people like me ["Q-51 Who should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
people like me ["Q-52 Who should be happy to be servants ?"] "
society ["Q-53 Who apparently was that too many people had risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
too many people ["Q-54 Who had risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
the world ["Q-55 Who was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
the world ["Q-56 Who being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
bit my tongue ["Q-57 What you b N and remembered the inscription which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
welfare state ["Q-58 Who bit your tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
I bit my tongue ["Q-59 Who remembered the inscription which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
Vespasian ["Q-60 Who had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
Money ["Q-61 Who does not stink ?"] "
When I ["Q-62 When of what you played the recording for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
my boss ["Q-63 When for what you played the recording of the phone call after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
When I ["Q-64 When after whom you played the recording of the phone call for your boss had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
lunch ["Q-65 When you played from what had the recording of the phone call for your boss after he returned of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
shrugged ["Q-66 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned of what from lunch he sort and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
callousness ["Q-67 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned that what did from lunch he sort of shrugged and said is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
the rise ["Q-68 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said on what is that callousness ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
reflection ["Q-69 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said on what is that callousness on the rise ; which is the awful truth ?"] "
I ["Q-70 When what you played of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
awful truth ["Q-71 When you played what had the recording of the phone call for your boss after he returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
the awful truth ["Q-72 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which what is on reflection ?"] "
Sydney ["Q-73 Who played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
my boss ["Q-74 Who had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
shrugged ["Q-75 Who said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
callousness ["Q-76 Who is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
reflection ["Q-77 Who is the awful truth ?"] "
forced to rub shoulders with each other ["Q-78 What do you do not see of thing amongst your fellow commuters as you travel forth and back across this swirling conurbation you call Sydney ?"] "
callousness is on the rise; which on reflection is the awful truth ["Q-79 Who do not see this kind of thing amongst your fellow commuters as you travel forth and back across this swirling conurbation you call Sydney ?"] "
my fellow commuters ["Q-80 Who travel forth and back across this swirling conurbation you call Sydney ?"] "
my fellow commuters ["Q-81 Who swirling this kind o you Sydney ?"] "
forced ["Q-82 What are as commuters you to rub shoulders with each other ?"] "
rub shoulders ["Q-83 What are as commuters you literally forced to r N with each other ?"] "
commuters ["Q-84 Who are literally forced to rub shoulders with each other ?"] "
I am ["Q-85 Who t you sweat a C on while writing this post smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
I am ["Q-86 Who writing sweat and peppermint like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
Sydney. As commuters ["Q-87 Who flavoured like sweat and peppermint chewing gum a C the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-88 Who shared humanity ?"] "
tired we ["Q-89 What are you are all probably just as stressed as the people above us and many of us will flake on and take a nap on the train ?"] "
The people who actually run the world ["Q-90 Who are not here ?"] "
a show ["Q-91 What i m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make by riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
Im ["Q-92 Who not even talking about the political class who occasionally make a show by riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
political class ["Q-93 Who riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
pretence ["Q-94 Who are part of the people ?"] "
people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves ["Q-95 Who are driven to work and as I ve found out do nt want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
Ive ["Q-96 Who found out do nt want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
the people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves or are driven to work and as Ive ["Q-97 Who want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
Not Even Pretending To Be Civil Any More As I work in a forensic accounting office my job often means dealing with members of the legal profession. While I understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry (because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law) I do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp.My boss had gone out to lunch and I took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin ["Q-98 Who accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
matter either drive themselves ["Q-99 What is it like this which you never saw a decade ago which makes me think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
Ive found out dont want to run into us accidentally\u00b2.It ["Q-100 Who is instances like this which you never saw a decade ago which makes me think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves or are driven to work and as Ive ["Q-101 Who never saw a decade ago which makes me think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves or are driven to work and as Ive found out dont want to run into us accidentally\u00b2.It ["Q-102 Who think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-103 Who are inevitable ?"] "
three ["Q-104 How much remaining areas of Sydney buses that were still owned and operated by the government ?"] "
the Berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ["Q-105 Where being this is nt being done done wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government ["Q-106 What being this is nt being done done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ["Q-107 What being this is nt being done because the Government done to provide better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
Berejiklian Government ["Q-108 Who being done a better and m R to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
private parties ["Q-109 Who saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
private parties ["Q-110 Who simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
my experience ["Q-111 Who think that you have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
people who live off the interest of interest ["Q-112 Who have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
mechanics of government ["Q-113 What do you now have who live off the interest of interest and yet ascribe that to their own effort ?"] "
mechanics of government ["Q-114 Who now have people who live off the interest of interest and yet ascribe that to their own effort ?"] "
people who live off the interest of interest ["Q-115 Who yet ascribe that to their own effort ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 ["Q-116 Whom do you find insane that there has been a 1 ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable. Only last week it was reported that the Berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things (the good and fair people of NSW). Instances like my experience make me think that we have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy; using the mechanics of government ["Q-117 Who find it insane that there has been a 1 ?"] "
real wages ["Q-118 Who have only risen by about 0 ?"] "
Business Council of Australia ["Q-119 Who have convinced governments that a 0 ?"] "
superannuation ["Q-120 Who is unaffordable ?"] "
stage capitalism ["Q-121 Who looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend that it does nt have a class system but you is very clearly reminded that it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-122 Who does nt have a class system but you is very clearly reminded that it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
nt have a class system ["Q-123 Who is very clearly reminded that it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
Australia ["Q-124 Who does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
France ["Q-125 Where you wonder was like this before the french Revolution ?"] "
Australia ["Q-126 Who wonder if France was like this before the french Revolution ?"] "
France ["Q-127 Who was like this before the french Revolution ?"] "
no bread ["Q-128 What do if the peasants have then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
peasants ["Q-129 Who have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
peasants ["Q-130 Who then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
peasants ["Q-131 Who eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
peasants ["Q-132 Who can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
France ["Q-133 Who chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
chooses\u00b2though I ["Q-134 Who suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
chooses\u00b2though I suspect ["Q-135 Who might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
repeatedly\u00b3it ["Q-136 Who is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
forensic accounting office my job ["Q-01 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to in what Be Civil Any More as you work often means dealing with members of the legal profession ?"] "
members of the legal profession ["Q-02 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to Be Civil Any More as you work in with what means a forensic accounting office your job often dealing of the legal profession ?"] "
legal profession ["Q-03 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to Be Civil Any More as you work in of what means a forensic accounting office your job often dealing with members ?"] "
a forensic accounting ["Q-04 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to Be Civil Any More as you work in what a forensic accounting office your job often m N with members of the legal profession ?"] "
my job ["Q-05 Horse 2613 - were not even pretending to Be Civil Any More as you work in a forensic whose with members of the legal profession ?"] "
Pretending To Be Civil Any More As I ["Q-06 Who work in a forensic accounting office your job often means dealing with members of the legal profession ?"] "
office my job ["Q-07 Who often means dealing with members of the legal profession ?"] "
feudalism ["Q-08 ]
court ["Q-09 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because to what to employ a lawyer to go is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
the law ["Q-010 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to to what is court because of a serious problem relating ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
whole legal process ["Q-011 That what while you understand by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
nature ["Q-012 By what while you understand that the whole legal process is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
worry ["Q-013 While you understand that with what is the whole legal process by its nature replete ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
replete ["Q-014 While you understand that because what is the whole legal process by its nature replete with worry ( that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
replete ["Q-015 While you understand that that what is the whole legal process by its nature replete with worry ( because the only reason needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
serious problem ["Q-016 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to because what is court to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
urgency ["Q-017 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) of what do you do not understand why the level that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
lawyers demand ["Q-018 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) that what do you do not understand why the level of urgency demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
a lawyer ["Q-019 While you understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because what to employ to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
nature ["Q-020 While you understand that the whole legal process by whose nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
I understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete ["Q-021 Who understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
nature ["Q-022 Who is replete with worry ( because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
a lawyer to go to court ["Q-023 Who is because of a serious problem relating to the law ) you do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
a lawyer ["Q-024 Who do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp ?"] "
lawyers ["Q-025 Who demand because to be so sharp ?"] "
feudalism ["Q-026 ]
lunch ["Q-027 To what had My boss gone out and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
running screen ["Q-028 My boss had gone out to of what did lunch and you took the immediate job which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
delightful terms borrowed ["Q-029 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took of what the immediate job of running running screen which is one from american football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
American football ["Q-030 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of from what did those delightful terms borrowed and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
front ["Q-031 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of in what did those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
the quarterback ["Q-032 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of of what did those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
lawyers demand ["Q-033 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of so what did those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback can do their job unmolested ?"] "
lawyers demand needs to be so sharp.My boss had gone out to lunch and I took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care ["Q-034 What had My boss gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
immediate job ["Q-035 My boss had gone out to what did lunch and you took of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
screen ["Q-036 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took what the immediate job of running running which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
lawyers demand ["Q-037 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took what the immediate job of running running screen which is of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
throw bodies ["Q-038 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of what did those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to t N in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care ["Q-039 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw what can bodies in front of the quarterback so that they do unmolested ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 ["Q-040 Whose boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
lawyers demand ["Q-041 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do whose job unmolested ?"] "
My boss ["Q-042 Who had gone out to lunch and you took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
My boss ["Q-043 Who took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
immediate job ["Q-044 Who running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
running screen ["Q-045 Who borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
throw bodies in front of the quarterback ["Q-046 Who can do their job unmolested ?"] "
their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 ["Q-047 Who unmolested ?"] "
lawyers demand needs to be so sharp.My boss had gone out to lunch and I took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ["Q-048 My boss had gone out to lunch and you took how much the immediate job of running running screen which is of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-049 ]
if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life ["Q-050 At what are you pretty good because you take the attitude that if me are at lunch then you do nt care if me are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life ["Q-051 Because whom are you pretty good at this take the attitude that if me are at lunch then you do nt care if me are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life ["Q-052 I are pretty that what do good at this because you take the attitude are at lunch then you do nt care if me are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
lunch ["Q-053 I are pretty good at this because you take at what are the attitude that if me then you do nt care if me are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
I ["Q-054 I are pretty good at this because you take the attitude that if me are at lunch then if whom you do nt care are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
if you are a lawyer ["Q-055 I are pretty good at this because you take the attitude that if me are at lunch then you do nt care that whom are if me a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life ["Q-056 I are pretty good at this because you take the attitude that if me are at lunch then you do nt care if me are unless whom do a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
attitude ["Q-057 I are pretty what do good at this because you take that if me are at lunch then you do nt care if me are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-058 I are pretty good at this because you take the attitude that if me are at lunch then you do nt care what are if me or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait ?"] "
life threatening ["Q-059 I are pretty good at this because you take the attitude that if me are at lunch then you do nt care if me are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that me have what is unless it can wait ?"] "
cake?\u00b9Martin ["Q-060 ]
people ["Q-061 That what is the world already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult do not need to be switched on all the time ?"] "
difficult ["Q-062 The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and what do difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time ?"] "
The world ["Q-063 Who is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time ?"] "
people ["Q-064 Who do not need to be switched on all the time ?"] "
feudalism ["Q-065 ]
their stress ["Q-066 Lawyers especially like to offload to what their stress by passing passing it on because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-067 Lawyers especially like to offload because whom their stress by passing passing it on to others think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you"
sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-068 Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to that what others because they think is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
a semi regular basis ["Q-069 Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who with what you deal wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
a dinner thing ["Q-070 Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why at what you was nt which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-071 Lawyers especially like to offload whom their stress by passing passing on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-072 Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that s s N N N ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt"
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-073 Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer whom did and then asked why you
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing which was held last week ["Q-074 Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me"
my boss ["Q-075 Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where whose boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-076 Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt
a dinner thing ["Q-077 Who passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-078 Who think that sharing is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-079 Who is caring ? one lawyer who you deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-080 Who deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
a semi regular basis ["Q-081 Who wanted to know where your boss was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing ["Q-082 Who was which you then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-083 Who then refused to answer and then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-084 Who then asked me why you was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
the Berejiklian Government ["Q-085 Who was nt at a dinner thing which was held last week which your boss was at ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 ["Q-086 Who was at ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-087 ]
I am ["Q-088 That what you think is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you are under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
no illusions ["Q-089 I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again under what are you that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
I am ["Q-090 I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again that what are you under no illusions are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
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a strange thing ["Q-093 I think what is that that to ask someone but then again you are under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
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the invention ["Q-095 I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you are what are under no illusions that manners of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
middle class conform ["Q-096 I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you are what are under no illusions that manners the invention of the upper class to make while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
the same time they will ignore them ["Q-097 I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you are under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at what will the same time they ignore ?"] "
lawyer ["Q-098 Who think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you is under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
I am ["Q-099 Who is a strange thing to ask someone but then again you is under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
I am ["Q-0100 Who is under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
manners ["Q-0101 Who are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them ?"] "
middle class ["Q-0102 Who will ignore them ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0103 ]
anyway?).I ["Q-0104 To what did you explained you had no idea t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0105 I explained to what did t you you had no idea it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
anyway?).I then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0106 I explained t you you had no idea t you it was to whom on and you was nt invited ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
a function ["Q-0107 I explained t you you had no idea t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would to what be you invited which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0108 That whom did you explained had no idea that it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
anyway?).I then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0109 I explained that whom t that you you no idea was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
thinking why would I be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway?).I then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0110 I explained that you had no idea that it was while what on and you was nt to it either ( all why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
I be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway?).I ["Q-0111 I explained that you had no idea that it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would in what be you invited to a function which people went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0112 I explained what t t N N N you had no idea t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
no idea ["Q-0113 I explained what did t you you had t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
anyway?).I then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0114 I explained what did t you you had no idea t N it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
nt ["Q-0115 I explained t you you had no idea t you it was what on and you w n to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
anyway?).I then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0116 I explained t you you had no idea t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( whom all while thinking thinking why would be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
I be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway?).I then sat patiently on the phone while I was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me shouldnt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know our place and that we should be happy to be servants ["Q-0117 I explained t you you had no idea t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would what be you invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
anyway?).I then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0118 I explained whose you had no idea t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0119 I explained t you you had no idea whose it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0120 T how much did you explained you had no idea t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0121 I explained t how much did t you you had no idea it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0122 I explained how much t t N N N you had no idea t you it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
then sat patiently on the phone ["Q-0123 I explained how much did t you you had no idea t N it was on and you was nt invited to it either ( all while thinking why would you be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway ? ) ?"] "
feudalism ["Q-0124 ]
the phone ["Q-0125 On what you then sat patiently while you was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0126 While whom you then sat patiently on the phone was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0127 I then sat patiently like whom was on the phone while you given a lecture about why people and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0128 I then sat patiently like whom was on the phone while you given a lecture about why people like them and people should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
each other ["Q-0129 I then sat patiently on the phone while you was given a lecture about why with what people like them and people like me should nt associate other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0130 I then sat patiently on what was on the phone while you given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0131 I then sat patiently like whom was on the phone while you given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0132 I then sat patiently on the phone while you was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that that whom should people like me know your place and should be happy to be servants ?"] "
lecture ["Q-0133 I then sat patiently what was on the phone while you given about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
our place ["Q-0134 I then sat patiently on the phone while you was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that what should people like me know and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
servants ["Q-0135 I then sat patiently on the phone while you was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know what should your place and that you be happy to be ?"] "
anyway?).I ["Q-0136 Who then sat patiently on the phone while you was given a lecture about why people like them and people like me should nt associate with each other on the basis that people like me should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing which was held last week which my boss was at. I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again I am under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them. I explained that I had no idea that it was on and I wasnt invited to it either (all while thinking why would I be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway?).I then s , people like me " ["Q-0138 Who should know your place and that you should be happy to be servants ?"] "
know our place ["Q-0139 Who should be happy to be servants ?"] "
Horse ["Q-0140 ]
too many people had risen above their station in the natural order of things ["Q-0141 That what did the problem with society apparently was had risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
their station ["Q-0142 The problem with society apparently was that too above what had many people risen in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
the natural order ["Q-0143 The problem with society apparently was that too in what had many people risen above their station of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
things ["Q-0144 The problem with society apparently was that too of what had many people risen above their station in the natural order and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
the world ["Q-0145 The problem with society apparently was that too that what had many people risen above their station in the natural order of things and was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
dismantling of the welfare state ["Q-0146 The problem with society apparently was that too many people had risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly with what being being put put right again of the welfare state ?"] "
welfare state ["Q-0147 The problem with society apparently was that too many people had risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly of what being being put put right again with the dismantling ?"] "
many people had risen above their station in the natural order of things ["Q-0148 The problem with society apparently was that too what had many people risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
slowly ["Q-0149 The problem with society apparently was that too many people had risen above their station in what did the natural order of things and that the world was right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
society ["Q-0150 Who apparently was that too many people had risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
too many people ["Q-0151 Who had risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
the world ["Q-0152 Who was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
the world ["Q-0153 Who being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state ?"] "
Horse ["Q-0154 ]
bit my tongue ["Q-0155 I bit did your tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
bit my tongue ["Q-0156 I bit did your tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
the toilets ["Q-0157 I bit your tongue and remembered the inscription which upon what did vespasian h V placed in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
Ancient Rome Pecunia ["Q-0158 I bit your tongue and remembered the inscription which where did vespasian h V placed upon the toilets which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
bit my tongue ["Q-0159 What you b N and remembered the inscription which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
the inscription ["Q-0160 I bit what did your tongue and remembered which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
Vespasian had placed ["Q-0161 I bit your tongue and remembered the inscription which what upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
Vespasian had placed ["Q-0162 I bit your tongue and remembered the inscription which what upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means does not stink ?"] "
welfare state ["Q-0163 I bit your tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian whose placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
welfare state ["Q-0164 Who bit your tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
I bit my tongue ["Q-0165 Who remembered the inscription which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
Vespasian ["Q-0166 Who had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
Money ["Q-0167 Who does not stink ?"] "
bit my tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia non olet ["Q-0168 I bit h how much did your tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
non olet ["Q-0169 I bit your tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian how much h h N N N placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia Non olet which when translated means Money does not stink ?"] "
Horse 2613 - Were Not Even Pretending To Be Civil Any More As I work in a forensic accounting office my job often means dealing with members of the legal profession. While I understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry (because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law) I do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp.My boss had gone out to lunch and I took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently , When I " ["Q-0171 When of what you played the recording for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
my boss ["Q-0172 When for what you played the recording of the phone call after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
When I ["Q-0173 When after whom you played the recording of the phone call for your boss had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
lunch ["Q-0174 When you played from what had the recording of the phone call for your boss after he returned of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
shrugged ["Q-0175 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned of what from lunch he sort and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
callousness ["Q-0176 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned that what did from lunch he sort of shrugged and said is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
the rise ["Q-0177 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said on what is that callousness ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
reflection ["Q-0178 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said on what is that callousness on the rise ; which is the awful truth ?"] "
When I ["Q-0179 When what you played of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
awful truth ["Q-0180 When you played what had the recording of the phone call for your boss after he returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
the awful truth ["Q-0181 When you played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which what is on reflection ?"] "
Sydney ["Q-0182 Who played the recording of the phone call for your boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
my boss ["Q-0183 Who had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
shrugged ["Q-0184 Who said that callousness is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
callousness ["Q-0185 Who is on the rise ; which on reflection is the awful truth ?"] "
reflection ["Q-0186 Who is the awful truth ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0187 ]
forced to rub shoulders ["Q-0188 Of what do you do not see this kind fellow commuters as you travel forth and back across this swirling conurbation you call Sydney ?"] "
servants. The problem with society apparently was that too many people had risen above their station in the natural order of things and that the world was slowly being put right again with the dismantling of the welfare state.I bit my tongue and remembered the inscription which Vespasian had placed upon the toilets in Ancient Rome Pecunia non olet which when translated means Money does not stink. When I played the recording of the phone call for my boss after he had returned from lunch he sort of shrugged and said that callousness is on the rise; which on reflection is the awful truth ["Q-0189 As whom do you do not see this kind of thing amongst your fellow commuters travel forth and back across this swirling conurbation you call Sydney ?"] "
swirling conurbation ["Q-0190 I do not see this kind of thing amongst your across what fellow commuters as you travel forth and back call Sydney ?"] "
forced to rub shoulders with each other ["Q-0191 What do you do not see of thing amongst your fellow commuters as you travel forth and back across this swirling conurbation you call Sydney ?"] "
fellow commuters as we travel forth and back across this swirling conurbation we call Sydney. As commuters we are literally forced to rub shoulders with each other ["Q-0192 I do not see this kind of thing amongst your what fellow commuters as you travel forth and back across this swirling call Sydney ?"] "
Sydney ["Q-0193 I do not see this kind of thing amongst your fellow commuters as you travel forth and back what across this swirling conurbation you swirling N ?"] "
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex and difficult that people do not need to be switched on all the time. Lawyers especially like to offload their stress by passing it on to others because they think that sharing is caring?One lawyer who we deal with on a semi regular basis wanted to know where my boss was which I then refused to answer and then asked me why I wasnt at a dinner thing which was held last week which my boss was at. I think that that is a strange thing to ask someone but then again I am under no illusions that manners are the invention of the upper class to make the middle class conform while at the same time they will ignore them. I explained that I had no idea that it was on and I wasnt invited to it either (all while thinking why would I be invited to a function which people in the legal profession went to anyway?).I then s , my fellow commuters " ["Q-0195 Who travel forth and back across this swirling conurbation you call Sydney ?"] "
my fellow commuters ["Q-0196 Who swirling this kind o you Sydney ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0197 ]
Sydney ["Q-0198 With what are as commuters you literally forced to rub shoulders other ?"] "
forced ["Q-0199 What are as commuters you to rub shoulders with each other ?"] "
rub shoulders ["Q-0200 What are as commuters you literally forced to r N with each other ?"] "
commuters ["Q-0201 Who are literally forced to rub shoulders with each other ?"] "
feudalism ["Q-0202 ]
I am ["Q-0203 On what t the train that you you smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
I am ["Q-0204 The train that you are like what on while writing writing this post smells and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
I am ["Q-0205 The train that you are because what on while writing writing like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
horrible flavoured ["Q-0206 The train that you are on while writing this post smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and of what are potato chips and farts because these the smells ?"] "
The train that I am ["Q-0207 The t N what t t N N N you are on while writing this post smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
I am ["Q-0208 The train t you you are what on while writing writing smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
I am ["Q-0209 The train t you you are what on while writing writing like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
horrible flavoured ["Q-0210 The train t you you are on while writing this post smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and what are potato chips and farts because these of a shared humanity ?"] "
I am ["Q-0211 The train t you you are on while writing this post smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are what did the smells of a shared shared ?"] "
I am ["Q-0212 The train whose you are on while writing this post smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
I am ["Q-0213 Who t you sweat a C on while writing this post smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
I am ["Q-0214 Who writing sweat and peppermint like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
my fellow commuters ["Q-0215 Who flavoured like sweat and peppermint chewing gum a C the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-0216 Who shared humanity ?"] "
The train that I am ["Q-0217 The t N how much t t N N N you are on while writing this post smells like sweat and peppermint chewing gum and horrible flavoured potato chips and farts because these are the smells of a shared humanity ?"] "
repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ["Q-0218 ]
people ["Q-0219 We are as what did all tired you tired all probably just as stressed above us and many of us will flake on and take a nap on the train ?"] "
just as stressed ["Q-0220 We are all tired you are above whom as the people and many of us will flake on and take a nap on the train ?"] "
just as stressed ["Q-0221 We are all tired you are of whom as the people above us and many will flake on and take a nap on the train ?"] "
the train ["Q-0222 We are all tired you are all probably just as stressed as the people above us and many of us will flake on what do on and take a nap ?"] "
tired we ["Q-0223 What are you are all probably just as stressed as the people above us and many of us will flake on and take a nap on the train ?"] "
all probably just as stressed ["Q-0224 We are what did all tired you tired as the people above us and many of us will flake on and take a nap on the train ?"] "
a nap ["Q-0225 We are all tired you are all probably just as stressed as the people above us and many of us will flake what do on and take on the train ?"] "
repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ["Q-0226 ]
The people who actually run the world ["Q-0227 Who are not here ?"] "
cake?\u00b9Martin ["Q-0228 ]
political class ["Q-0229 About what I m not even talking who occasionally make a show by riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
riding ["Q-0230 By what I m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make a show on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
public transport ["Q-0231 I m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make on what a show by riding riding because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
a show ["Q-0232 I m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make because whom a show by riding riding on public transport at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
pretence ["Q-0233 I m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make of what a show by riding riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind that they are part of the people ?"] "
a show ["Q-0234 I m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make that whom a show by riding riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence are part of the people ?"] "
that they are part of the people ["Q-0235 I m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make a show by riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up of what are some kind of pretence that they part ?"] "
a show ["Q-0236 What i m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make by riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
a show ["Q-0237 I m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make what a show by riding riding on public transport because they at least have to keep of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
that they are part of the people ["Q-0238 I m not even talking about the political class who occasionally make a show by riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up what are some kind of pretence that they of the people ?"] "
Im ["Q-0239 Who not even talking about the political class who occasionally make a show by riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
political class ["Q-0240 Who riding on public transport because they at least have to keep up some kind of pretence that they are part of the people ?"] "
pretence ["Q-0241 Who are part of the people ?"] "
class warfare ["Q-0242 ]
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-0243 The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter are either drive themselves or driven to work and found out do nt want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
accidentally\u00b2.It ["Q-0244 The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves or are driven to work and as I ve found out into whom do nt want to run accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-0245 The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter what are either drive themselves or driven to work and as I ve found out do nt want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-0246 The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves or are driven to work and as I ve found want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves ["Q-0247 Who are driven to work and as I ve found out do nt want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
Ive ["Q-0248 Who found out do nt want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
Ive ["Q-0249 Who want to run into us accidentally\u00b2 ?"] "
Not Even Pretending To Be Civil Any More As I work in a forensic accounting office my job often means dealing with members of the legal profession. While I understand that the whole legal process by its nature is replete with worry (because the only reason that anyone needs to employ a lawyer to go to court is because of a serious problem relating to the law) I do not understand why the level of urgency that lawyers demand needs to be so sharp.My boss had gone out to lunch and I took the immediate job of running screen which is one of those delightful terms borrowed from American football and which means to throw bodies in front of the quarterback so that they can do their job unmolested. I am pretty good at this because I take the attitude that if you are at lunch then I dont care if you are a lawyer the Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 any problem that you have unless it is immediately life threatening can wait.The world is already so sufficiently stressful complex , repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare " ["Q-0251 ]
accidentally\u00b2.It ["Q-0252 Like what is it instances which you never saw a decade ago which makes me think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-0253 It is instances like this which you never saw a decade ago which makes that what me think are inevitable ?"] "
accidentally\u00b2.It ["Q-0254 What is it like this which you never saw a decade ago which makes me think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
accidentally\u00b2.It ["Q-0255 It is instances like this which what you never saw ago which makes me think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves or are driven to work and as Ive found out dont want to run into us accidentally\u00b2.It ["Q-0256 It is instances like this which whom you never saw a decade ago which makes think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
Ive found out dont want to run into us accidentally\u00b2.It ["Q-0257 Who is instances like this which you never saw a decade ago which makes me think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves or are driven to work and as Ive ["Q-0258 Who never saw a decade ago which makes me think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
The people who actually run the world that is the people who make decisions that matter either drive themselves ["Q-0259 Who think that Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-0260 Who are inevitable ?"] "
repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ["Q-0261 ]
three ["Q-0262 How much remaining areas of Sydney buses that were still owned and operated by the government ?"] "
Berejiklian Government ["Q-0263 Only that what was last week it reported was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney buses that were still owned and operated by the government ?"] "
Sydney Buses ["Q-0264 Only last week it was reported that of what was the berejiklian Government going to privatise the three remaining areas that were still owned and operated by the government ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable. Only last week it was reported that the Berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government ["Q-0265 Only last week it was reported that the berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney buses that were still by what did owned and operated owned ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-0266 Only what was last week it reported that the berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney buses that were still owned and operated by the government ?"] "
Berejiklian Government ["Q-0267 Only last week it was reported that what was the berejiklian Government going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney buses that were still owned and operated by the government ?"] "
the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses ["Q-0268 Only last week it was reported that what was the berejiklian Government going to privatise of Sydney buses that were still owned and operated by the government ?"] "
Berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned ["Q-0269 Only last week it was reported that what was the berejiklian Government going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney buses that were and operated by the government ?"] "
class warfare ["Q-0270 ]
the Berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ["Q-0271 Where being this is nt being done done wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
bus services ["Q-0272 Of what being this is nt being done because the Government done to provide a better and more efficient set but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
private parties ["Q-0273 That what being this is nt being done because the Government done to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
about the people ["Q-0274 This is nt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make about what do private profits and they simply do not care who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits ["Q-0275 This is nt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make where do private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people ) ?"] "
going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ["Q-0276 What being this is nt being done done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ["Q-0277 What being this is nt being done because the Government done to provide better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
private parties ["Q-0278 This is nt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that what private parties saw potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
private parties ["Q-0279 This is nt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that what private parties saw a potential to make and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ["Q-0280 This is nt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make what do private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
Berejiklian Government ["Q-0281 Who being done a better and m R to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
private parties ["Q-0282 Who saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
private parties ["Q-0283 Who simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things ( the good and fair people of Nsw ) ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0284 ]
people who live off the interest of interest ["Q-0285 Instances like your experience make that whom me think have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
actual vindictiveness ["Q-0286 Instances like your experience make me think of what have that you entered a period by policy ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
policy ["Q-0287 Instances like your experience make me think by what have that you entered a period of actual vindictiveness ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things (the good and fair people of NSW). Instances like my experience make me think that we have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3.We now have people who live off the interest of interest ["Q-0288 Instances like your experience make me think of what have that you entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
a weapon\u00b3.We ["Q-0289 Instances like your experience make me think as what have that you entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics of government ?"] "
people who live off the interest of interest ["Q-0290 Instances like your experience make me think what have that you entered of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
people who live off the interest of interest ["Q-0291 Instances like your experience make me think what have that you entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
my experience ["Q-0292 Instances like whose experience make me think that you have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
my experience ["Q-0293 Who think that you have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
people who live off the interest of interest ["Q-0294 Who have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy ; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3 ?"] "
repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ["Q-0295 ]
mechanics of government ["Q-0296 We now have people who live to what off the interest of interest and yet ascribe that own effort ?"] "
mechanics of government ["Q-0297 Off what do you now have people who live of interest and yet ascribe that to their own effort ?"] "
mechanics of government ["Q-0298 Of what do you now have people who live off the interest and yet ascribe that to their own effort ?"] "
mechanics of government ["Q-0299 What do you now have who live off the interest of interest and yet ascribe that to their own effort ?"] "
mechanics of government ["Q-0300 Who now have people who live off the interest of interest and yet ascribe that to their own effort ?"] "
people who live off the interest of interest ["Q-0301 Who yet ascribe that to their own effort ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0302 ]
Prime Minister the Queen or Martin Skrtel\u00b9 ["Q-0303 Whom do you find insane that there has been a 1 ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable. Only last week it was reported that the Berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things (the good and fair people of NSW). Instances like my experience make me think that we have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3.We now have people who live off the interest of interest and yet ascribe that to their own effort. I find it insane that there has been a 1.1% year ["Q-0304 I find what that there has been ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron ["Q-0305 Who find it insane that there has been a 1 ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0306 ]
0.1% ["Q-0307 1 % year on year gain on labour productivity for more than a decade which is about 12 % overall yet by what do real wages have only risen ?"] "
only risen ["Q-0308 1 % year on year gain on labour productivity for more than a decade which is about 12 % overall yet what do real wages have by about 0 ?"] "
real wages ["Q-0309 Who have only risen by about 0 ?"] "
0.1% ["Q-0310 1 % year on year gain on labour productivity for more than a decade which is about 12 % overall yet by how much do real wages have only risen ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0311 ]
0.5 ["Q-0312 1 that what have % and organisations like the Business Council of Australia convinced governments ?"] "
real wages ["Q-0313 1 what have % and organisations like the Business Council of Australia convinced that a 0 ?"] "
Business Council of Australia ["Q-0314 Who have convinced governments that a 0 ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0315 ]
superannuation ["Q-0316 Who is unaffordable ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0317 ]
I am ["Q-0318 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; to what to pretend it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded t you it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0319 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend t you it does nt have to what are a class system but you very clearly reminded it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
feudalism returns?  ["Q-0320 Is this what like what late stage capitalism looks ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend that it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded that it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0321 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; that whom to pretend does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded that it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0322 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend that it does nt have that whom are a class system but you very clearly reminded does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0323 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend that it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded by what does that it does ; especially of very substantial means ?"] "
those of very substantial means ["Q-0324 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend that it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded of what does that it does ; especially by those ?"] "
I am ["Q-0325 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend what t t N N N it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded t you it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
nt have a class system ["Q-0326 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend what t you it d N but you are very clearly reminded t you it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0327 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend t you it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded what t t N N N it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0328 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend whose it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded t you it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0329 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend t you it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded whose it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
stage capitalism ["Q-0330 Who looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend that it does nt have a class system but you is very clearly reminded that it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0331 Who does nt have a class system but you is very clearly reminded that it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
nt have a class system ["Q-0332 Who is very clearly reminded that it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
Australia ["Q-0333 Who does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0334 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; t how much to pretend it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded t you it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0335 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend t you it does nt have t how much are a class system but you very clearly reminded it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0336 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend how much t t N N N it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded t you it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
I am ["Q-0337 Is this what late stage capitalism looks like before saccharine feudalism returns ? & nbsp ; Australia likes to pretend t you it does nt have a class system but you are very clearly reminded how much t t N N N it does ; especially by those of very substantial means ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0338 ]
France ["Q-0339 Where you wonder was like this before the french Revolution ?"] "
If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake?\u00b9Martin Skrtel ["Q-0340 I wonder like what did if France was before the french Revolution ?"] "
the French Revolution ["Q-0341 I wonder before what did if France was like this ?"] "
Trump Johnson Morrison Macron are inevitable. Only last week it was reported that the Berejiklian Government was going to privatise the three remaining areas of Sydney Buses that were still owned and operated by the government. This isnt being done because the Government wants to provide a better and more efficient set of bus services but rather that private parties saw a potential to make private profits and they simply do not care about the people who otherwise might own those things (the good and fair people of NSW). Instances like my experience make me think that we have entered a period of actual vindictiveness by policy; using the mechanics of government as a weapon\u00b3.We now have people who live off the interest of interest and yet ascribe that to their own effort. I find it insane that there has been a 1.1% year on year gain on labour productivity for more than a decade which is about 12% overall yet real wages have only risen by about 0.1% and organisations like the Bus , France " ["Q-0343 Who was like this before the french Revolution ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0344 ]
any story ["Q-0345 If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin into what can skrtel walk chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
I ["Q-0346 If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though that whom you suspect might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
us ["Q-0347 If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect over whom might that they enjoy running deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
a weapon ["Q-0348 If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately as what is and repeatedly\u00b3it handy to have government in class warfare ?"] "
class warfare ["Q-0349 If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately in what is and repeatedly\u00b3it handy to have government as a weapon ?"] "
no bread ["Q-0350 What do if the peasants have then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
I wonder if France ["Q-0351 If the peasants have whom do no bread then let eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
chooses\u00b2though ["Q-0352 If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk whom into any story he c N suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
I suspect ["Q-0353 If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect what might that they enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
government ["Q-0354 If the peasants have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately what is and repeatedly\u00b3it handy to have as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
peasants ["Q-0355 Who have no bread then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
peasants ["Q-0356 Who then let them eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
peasants ["Q-0357 Who eat cake ? \u00b9martin Skrtel can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
peasants ["Q-0358 Who can walk into any story he chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
France ["Q-0359 Who chooses\u00b2though you suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
chooses\u00b2though I ["Q-0360 Who suspect that they might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
chooses\u00b2though I suspect ["Q-0361 Who might enjoy running over us deliberately and repeatedly\u00b3it is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
repeatedly\u00b3it ["Q-0362 Who is handy to have government as a weapon in class warfare ?"] "
Horse 2613 ["Q-0363 ]
The Chill Hub CEVA Logistics ["Q-01 Who officially opened its new integrated end - to - end cold chain facility at Dp World London Gateway at an event attended by 50 + customers ?"] "
DP World London Gateway ["Q-02 Who attended by 50 + customers ?"] "
state-of-the-art operation ["Q-03 What is the Chill Hub strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site ?"] "
The Chill Hub ["Q-04 Who is a state - of - the - art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site ?"] "
The Chill Hub ["Q-05 Who strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site ?"] "
sqm facility ["Q-06 Who are up to 10000 pallet positions featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
10000 pallet positions ["Q-07 Who featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
all temperature ["Q-08 Who ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-09 Who means chilled frozen and temperature specific items can be accommodated ?"] "
temperature specific items ["Q-10 Who can be accommodated ?"] "
chilled frozen ["Q-11 What did Dedicated areas Dedicated fresh and frozen produce beverage products and flowers as well as other goods requiring temperature specific handling and storage ?"] "
Dedicated areas ["Q-12 Who dedicated pharmaceuticals f J pharmaceuticals fresh and frozen produce beverage products and flowers as well as other goods requiring temperature specific handling and storage ?"] "
Dedicated areas will handle pharmaceuticals fresh and frozen produce beverage products and flowers as well as other goods ["Q-13 Who requiring temperature specific handling and storage ?"] "
CEVA’s new Chill Hub ["Q-14 Who has the additional benefit of a deep - sea port on the same site as the logistics park where the hub is located ?"] "
CEVA Logistics ["Q-15 Who is located ?"] "
UK’s ["Q-16 Who has s to over 110 ports in 60 different countries and its dockside proximity to the warehouse means shunting can take as little as two hours ?"] "
warehouse ["Q-17 Who means shunting can take as little as two hours ?"] "
us ["Q-18 What will this state - of - the - art facility enable to offer a unique value proposition to your shipper customers providing a faster delivery of goods through an energy - efficient building ?"] "
CEVA Logistics and CMA CGM. This state-of-the-art facility will enable us to offer a unique value proposition ["Q-19 What will this state - of - the - art facility enable us to o N to your shipper customers providing a faster delivery of goods through an energy - efficient building ?"] "
state-of-the-art facility ["Q-20 Who will enable us to offer a unique value proposition to your shipper customers providing a faster delivery of goods through an energy - efficient building ?"] "
our shipper customers ["Q-21 Who providing a faster delivery of goods through an energy - efficient building ?"] "
full visibility ["Q-22 What you can also give and control of the entire inbound operation through the Chill Hub ?"] "
our shipper customers ["Q-23 Who can also give full visibility and control of the entire inbound operation through the Chill Hub ?"] "
Chill Hub.”CEVA ["Q-24 Who has long and well - established reputation for warehouse management in the cool chain arena and the opening of the Chill Hub with its expanded and capabilities and end - to - end service offering further cements its credentials ?"] "
DP World London Gateway ["Q-01 Ceva Logistics inaugurates at what did the Chill Hub Ceva Logistics today officially opened its new integrated end - to - end cold chain facility at an event attended by 50 + customers ?"] "
an event ["Q-02 Ceva Logistics inaugurates at what did the Chill Hub Ceva Logistics today officially opened its new integrated end - to - end cold chain facility at Dp World London Gateway by 50 + customers ?"] "
50+ customers ["Q-03 Ceva Logistics inaugurates the Chill Hub Ceva Logistics today officially opened its new integrated by what did end - to - end cold chain facility at Dp World London Gateway at an event attended ?"] "
The Chill Hub CEVA ["Q-04 Ceva Logistics inaugurates what did the Chill Hub Ceva Logistics today officially opened new integrated end - to - end cold chain facility at Dp World London Gateway at an event attended by 50 + customers ?"] "
end-to-end cold chain facility ["Q-05 Ceva Logistics inaugurates what did the Chill Hub Ceva Logistics today officially opened its new integrated at Dp World London Gateway at an event attended by 50 + customers ?"] "
The Chill Hub CEVA Logistics ["Q-06 Who officially opened its new integrated end - to - end cold chain facility at Dp World London Gateway at an event attended by 50 + customers ?"] "
DP World London Gateway ["Q-07 Who attended by 50 + customers ?"] "
50+ customers ["Q-08 Ceva Logistics inaugurates the Chill Hub Ceva Logistics today officially opened its new integrated by how much did end - to - end cold chain facility at Dp World London Gateway at an event attended customers ?"] "
50+ customers ["Q-09 Ceva Logistics inaugurates the Chill Hub Ceva Logistics today officially opened its new integrated how much did end - to - end cold chain facility at Dp World London Gateway at an event attended by customers ?"] "
CEVA Logistics inaugurates The Chill Hub CEVA Logistics today officially opened its new integrated end-to-end cold chain facility at DP World London Gateway at an event attended by 50+ customers. The Chill Hub is a state-of-the-art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site.Within the multi-temperature 10000 sqm facility are up to 10000 pallet positions featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25°C through to +16°C. ["Q-010 ]
its ability ["Q-011 The Chill Hub is through what did a state - of - the - art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit to manage all elements of the process at one site ?"] "
The Chill Hub ["Q-012 The Chill Hub is of what did a state - of - the - art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements at one site ?"] "
one site ["Q-013 The Chill Hub is at what did a state - of - the - art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process ?"] "
state-of-the-art operation ["Q-014 What is the Chill Hub strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site ?"] "
maximum customer ["Q-015 The Chill Hub is what did a state - of - the - art operation strategically located to provide through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site ?"] "
The Chill Hub ["Q-016 The Chill Hub is what did a state - of - the - art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to m N of the process at one site ?"] "
The Chill Hub ["Q-017 Who is a state - of - the - art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site ?"] "
The Chill Hub ["Q-018 Who strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site ?"] "
one site ["Q-019 The Chill Hub is at how much did a state - of - the - art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process site ?"] "
CEVA Logistics inaugurates The Chill Hub CEVA Logistics today officially opened its new integrated end-to-end cold chain facility at DP World London Gateway at an event attended by 50+ customers. The Chill Hub is a state-of-the-art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site.Within the multi-temperature 10000 sqm facility are up to 10000 pallet positions featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25°C through to +16°C. ["Q-020 ]
10000 pallet positions featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25°C through to +16°C. ["Q-021 Within the multi - temperature 10000 to what are sqm facility up independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
through to +16°C. ["Q-022 Within the multi - temperature 10000 sqm facility are up to 10000 pallet positions featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through & deg ; C ?"] "
pallet positions ["Q-023 Within the multi - temperature 10000 sqm facility are up to 10000 of what pallet positions featuring featuring seven independent chambers capable at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-024 Within the multi - temperature 10000 sqm facility are up to 10000 at what pallet positions featuring featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
through to +16°C. ["Q-025 Within the multi - temperature 10000 sqm facility are up to 10000 pallet positions featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
seven ["Q-026 Within the multi - temperature 10000 sqm facility are up to 10000 what pallet positions featuring featuring independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
sqm facility ["Q-027 Who are up to 10000 pallet positions featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
10000 pallet positions ["Q-028 Who featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
all temperature ["Q-029 Who ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
seven ["Q-030 Within the multi - temperature 10000 sqm facility are up to 10000 how much pallet positions featuring featuring independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-031 ]
chilled frozen ["Q-032 This what m m N N N and temperature specific items can be accommodated ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-033 This means chilled frozen and temperature what can specific items be accommodated ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-034 Who means chilled frozen and temperature specific items can be accommodated ?"] "
chilled frozen and temperature specific items ["Q-035 Who can be accommodated ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-036 ]
temperature ["Q-037 As what did Dedicated areas Dedicated pharmaceuticals fresh and frozen produce beverage products and flowers as well specific handling and storage ?"] "
pharmaceuticals ["Q-038 What did Dedicated areas Dedicated fresh and frozen produce beverage products and flowers as well as other goods requiring temperature specific handling and storage ?"] "
temperature ["Q-039 Dedicated areas will handle pharmaceuticals fresh and frozen produce beverage products and flowers as well as what other goods requiring requiring specific handling and storage ?"] "
Dedicated areas ["Q-040 Who dedicated pharmaceuticals f J pharmaceuticals fresh and frozen produce beverage products and flowers as well as other goods requiring temperature specific handling and storage ?"] "
Dedicated areas will handle pharmaceuticals fresh and frozen produce beverage products and flowers as well as other goods ["Q-041 Who requiring temperature specific handling and storage ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-042 ]
the Chill Hub ["Q-043 A full range of value - added services including labelling Boxing through what Re - palletising Price coding Tagging and Kitting coding all available ?"] "
Labelling Boxing ["Q-044 A full range of what including value - added services including labelling labelling re - palletising Price coding Tagging and Kitting are all available through the Chill Hub ?"] "
Re-palletising ["Q-045 A full range of value - added services including labelling boxing what re - palletising Price coding tagging Tagging and Kitting are all available through the Chill Hub ?"] "
Re-palletising ["Q-046 A full range of value - added services including labelling boxing what re - palletising Price coding Tagging and Kitting coding available through the Chill Hub ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-047 ]
deep-sea port ["Q-048 Ceva & rsquo ; s of what does new Chill Hub has the additional benefit on the same site as the logistics park where the hub is located ?"] "
CEVA’s new Chill Hub has the additional benefit of a deep-sea port on the same site ["Q-049 Ceva & rsquo ; s on what does new Chill Hub has the additional benefit of a deep - sea port as the logistics park where the hub is located ?"] "
logistics park ["Q-050 Ceva & rsquo ; s as what does new Chill Hub has the additional benefit of a deep - sea port on the same site where the hub is located ?"] "
CEVA’s ["Q-051 Ceva & rsquo ; s what does new Chill Hub has of a deep - sea port on the same site as the logistics park where the hub is located ?"] "
CEVA’s new Chill Hub ["Q-052 Ceva & rsquo ; s new Chill Hub has the additional benefit of a deep - sea port on the same site as the logistics park where what is the hub located ?"] "
CEVA’s new Chill Hub ["Q-053 Who has the additional benefit of a deep - sea port on the same site as the logistics park where the hub is located ?"] "
Nicolas Sartini Chief Executive Officer CEVA Logistics ["Q-054 Who is located ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-055 ]
the warehouse ["Q-056 The Uk & rsquo ; s number one to what does reefer hub London Gateway has to over 110 ports in 60 different countries and its dockside proximity means shunting can take as little as two hours ?"] "
110 ports ["Q-057 The Uk & rsquo ; s number one over what does reefer hub London Gateway has links to in 60 different countries and its dockside proximity to the warehouse means shunting can take as little as two hours ?"] "
60 ["Q-058 The Uk & rsquo ; s number one in what does reefer hub London Gateway has to over 110 ports different countries and its dockside proximity to the warehouse means shunting can take as little as two hours ?"] "
two hours ["Q-059 The Uk & rsquo ; s number one reefer hub London Gateway has links to over 110 ports in 60 different countries and its dockside proximity to as what means the warehouse shunting can take as little ?"] "
reefer ["Q-060 The Uk & rsquo ; s number one what does reefer hub London Gateway has to over 110 ports in 60 different countries and its dockside proximity to the warehouse means shunting can take as little as two hours ?"] "
The UK’s number one reefer hub London Gateway has links to over 110 ports in 60 different countries and its dockside proximity to the warehouse means shunting ["Q-061 The Uk & rsquo ; s number one reefer hub London Gateway has links to over 110 ports in 60 different countries and its dockside proximity to the warehouse what m m N N N can take as little as two hours ?"] "
UK’s ["Q-062 Who has s to over 110 ports in 60 different countries and its dockside proximity to the warehouse means shunting can take as little as two hours ?"] "
warehouse ["Q-063 Who means shunting can take as little as two hours ?"] "
110 ["Q-064 The Uk & rsquo ; s number one over how much does reefer hub London Gateway has links to ports in 60 different countries and its dockside proximity to the warehouse means shunting can take as little as two hours ?"] "
60 ["Q-065 The Uk & rsquo ; s number one in how much does reefer hub London Gateway has to over 110 ports different countries and its dockside proximity to the warehouse means shunting can take as little as two hours ?"] "
two ["Q-066 The Uk & rsquo ; s number one reefer hub London Gateway has links to over 110 ports in 60 different countries and its dockside proximity to as how much means the warehouse shunting can take as little hours ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-067 ]
“With ["Q-068 With what did Nicolas Sartini Chief Executive Officer Ceva Logistics said & ldquo ; excellent road and rail connections your best in class warehouse management systems and direct port access the Chill Hub is a powerful demonstration of the synergies between Ceva Logistics and Cma Cgm ?"] "
class warehouse management systems ["Q-069 Nicolas Sartini Chief Executive Officer Ceva Logistics said in what ; with its excellent road and rail connections your best and direct port access the Chill Hub is a powerful demonstration of the synergies between Ceva Logistics and Cma Cgm ?"] "
the synergies ["Q-070 Nicolas Sartini Chief Executive Officer Ceva Logistics said & ldquo ; with its excellent road and rail connections your best in class warehouse management systems and of what is direct port access the Chill Hub a powerful demonstration between Ceva Logistics and Cma Cgm ?"] "
CEVA Logistics and CMA CGM ["Q-071 Nicolas Sartini Chief Executive Officer Ceva Logistics said & ldquo ; with its excellent road and rail connections your best in class warehouse management systems and between what is direct port access the Chill Hub a powerful demonstration of the synergies and Cma Cgm ?"] "
the Chill Hub ["Q-072 Nicolas Sartini Chief Executive Officer Ceva Logistics said & ldquo ; with its excellent road and rail connections your best in class warehouse management systems and what is direct port access the Chill Hub of the synergies between Ceva Logistics and Cma Cgm ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-073 ]
our shipper customers ["Q-074 To what will this state - of - the - art facility enable us to offer a unique value proposition faster delivery of goods through an energy - efficient building ?"] "
our shipper ["Q-075 This state - of - the - art facility will enable us to offer a unique value proposition to of what your shipper customers providing providing a faster delivery through an energy - efficient building ?"] "
our shipper customers providing a faster delivery of goods through an energy-efficient building ["Q-076 This state - of - the - art facility will enable us to offer a unique value proposition to through what your shipper customers providing providing a faster delivery of goods ?"] "
us ["Q-077 What will this state - of - the - art facility enable to offer a unique value proposition to your shipper customers providing a faster delivery of goods through an energy - efficient building ?"] "
CEVA Logistics and CMA CGM. This state-of-the-art facility will enable us to offer a unique value proposition ["Q-078 What will this state - of - the - art facility enable us to o N to your shipper customers providing a faster delivery of goods through an energy - efficient building ?"] "
our shipper ["Q-079 This state - of - the - art facility will enable us to offer a unique value proposition to what your shipper customers providing providing of goods through an energy - efficient building ?"] "
CEVA Logistics and CMA CGM ["Q-080 This state - of - the - art facility will enable us to offer a unique value proposition to whose shipper customers providing a faster delivery of goods through an energy - efficient building ?"] "
state-of-the-art facility ["Q-081 Who will enable us to offer a unique value proposition to your shipper customers providing a faster delivery of goods through an energy - efficient building ?"] "
our shipper customers ["Q-082 Who providing a faster delivery of goods through an energy - efficient building ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-083 ]
inbound operation ["Q-084 Of what you can also give full visibility and control through the Chill Hub ?"] "
Chill Hub.”CEVA ["Q-085 Through what you can also give full visibility and control of the entire inbound operation ?"] "
full visibility ["Q-086 What you can also give and control of the entire inbound operation through the Chill Hub ?"] "
our shipper customers ["Q-087 Who can also give full visibility and control of the entire inbound operation through the Chill Hub ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-088 ]
warehouse management ["Q-089 & rdquo ; for what does Ceva has long and well - established reputation in the cool chain arena and the opening of the Chill Hub with its expanded and capabilities and end - to - end service offering further cements its credentials ?"] "
cool chain arena ["Q-090 & rdquo ; in what does Ceva has long and well - established reputation for warehouse management and the opening of the Chill Hub with its expanded and capabilities and end - to - end service offering further cements its credentials ?"] "
Chill Hub ["Q-091 & rdquo ; of what does Ceva has long and well - established reputation for warehouse management in the cool chain arena and the opening with its expanded and capabilities and end - to - end service offering further cements its credentials ?"] "
visibility and control of the entire inbound operation through the Chill Hub.”CEVA has long and well-established reputation for warehouse management in the cool chain arena and the opening of the Chill Hub ["Q-092 & rdquo ; with what does Ceva has long and well - established reputation for warehouse management in the cool chain arena and the opening of the Chill Hub expanded and capabilities and end - to - end service offering further cements its credentials ?"] "
further cements its credentials ["Q-093 & rdquo ; what does Ceva has long and well - established reputation for warehouse management in the cool chain arena and the opening of the Chill Hub with its expanded and capabilities and end - to - end service offering ?"] "
the Chill Hub.”CEVA ["Q-094 Who has long and well - established reputation for warehouse management in the cool chain arena and the opening of the Chill Hub with its expanded and capabilities and end - to - end service offering further cements its credentials ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-095 ]
+16°C. ["Q-096 ]
The Chill Hub CEVA Logistics ["Q-01 Who officially opened its new integrated end - to - end cold chain facility at Dp World London Gateway at an event attended by 50 + customers ?"] "
DP World London Gateway ["Q-02 Who attended by 50 + customers ?"] "
state-of-the-art operation ["Q-03 What is the Chill Hub strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site ?"] "
The Chill Hub ["Q-04 Who is a state - of - the - art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site ?"] "
The Chill Hub ["Q-05 Who strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site ?"] "
sqm facility ["Q-06 Who are up to 10000 pallet positions featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
10000 pallet positions ["Q-07 Who featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
all temperature ["Q-08 Who ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-09 Who means chilled frozen and temperature specific items can be accommodated ?"] "
temperature specific items ["Q-10 Who can be accommodated ?"] "
chilled frozen ["Q-11 What did Dedicated areas Dedicated fresh and frozen produce beverage products and flowers as well as other goods requiring temperature specific handling and storage ?"] "
Dedicated areas ["Q-12 Who dedicated pharmaceuticals f J pharmaceuticals fresh and frozen produce beverage products and flowers as well as other goods requiring temperature specific handling and storage ?"] "
Dedicated areas will handle pharmaceuticals fresh and frozen produce beverage products and flowers as well as other goods ["Q-13 Who requiring temperature specific handling and storage ?"] "
CEVA’s new Chill Hub ["Q-14 Who has the additional benefit of a deep - sea port on the same site as the logistics park where the hub is located ?"] "
CEVA Logistics ["Q-15 Who is located ?"] "
UK’s ["Q-16 Who has s to over 110 ports in 60 different countries and its dockside proximity to the warehouse means shunting can take as little as two hours ?"] "
warehouse ["Q-17 Who means shunting can take as little as two hours ?"] "
us ["Q-18 What will this state - of - the - art facility enable to offer a unique value proposition to your shipper customers providing a faster delivery of goods through an energy - efficient building ?"] "
CEVA Logistics and CMA CGM. This state-of-the-art facility will enable us to offer a unique value proposition ["Q-19 What will this state - of - the - art facility enable us to o N to your shipper customers providing a faster delivery of goods through an energy - efficient building ?"] "
state-of-the-art facility ["Q-20 Who will enable us to offer a unique value proposition to your shipper customers providing a faster delivery of goods through an energy - efficient building ?"] "
our shipper customers ["Q-21 Who providing a faster delivery of goods through an energy - efficient building ?"] "
full visibility ["Q-22 What you can also give and control of the entire inbound operation through the Chill Hub ?"] "
our shipper customers ["Q-23 Who can also give full visibility and control of the entire inbound operation through the Chill Hub ?"] "
Chill Hub.”CEVA ["Q-24 Who has long and well - established reputation for warehouse management in the cool chain arena and the opening of the Chill Hub with its expanded and capabilities and end - to - end service offering further cements its credentials ?"] "
DP World London Gateway ["Q-01 Ceva Logistics inaugurates at what did the Chill Hub Ceva Logistics today officially opened its new integrated end - to - end cold chain facility at an event attended by 50 + customers ?"] "
an event ["Q-02 Ceva Logistics inaugurates at what did the Chill Hub Ceva Logistics today officially opened its new integrated end - to - end cold chain facility at Dp World London Gateway by 50 + customers ?"] "
50+ customers ["Q-03 Ceva Logistics inaugurates the Chill Hub Ceva Logistics today officially opened its new integrated by what did end - to - end cold chain facility at Dp World London Gateway at an event attended ?"] "
The Chill Hub CEVA ["Q-04 Ceva Logistics inaugurates what did the Chill Hub Ceva Logistics today officially opened new integrated end - to - end cold chain facility at Dp World London Gateway at an event attended by 50 + customers ?"] "
end-to-end cold chain facility ["Q-05 Ceva Logistics inaugurates what did the Chill Hub Ceva Logistics today officially opened its new integrated at Dp World London Gateway at an event attended by 50 + customers ?"] "
The Chill Hub CEVA Logistics ["Q-06 Who officially opened its new integrated end - to - end cold chain facility at Dp World London Gateway at an event attended by 50 + customers ?"] "
DP World London Gateway ["Q-07 Who attended by 50 + customers ?"] "
50+ customers ["Q-08 Ceva Logistics inaugurates the Chill Hub Ceva Logistics today officially opened its new integrated by how much did end - to - end cold chain facility at Dp World London Gateway at an event attended customers ?"] "
50+ customers ["Q-09 Ceva Logistics inaugurates the Chill Hub Ceva Logistics today officially opened its new integrated how much did end - to - end cold chain facility at Dp World London Gateway at an event attended by customers ?"] "
CEVA Logistics inaugurates The Chill Hub CEVA Logistics today officially opened its new integrated end-to-end cold chain facility at DP World London Gateway at an event attended by 50+ customers. The Chill Hub is a state-of-the-art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site.Within the multi-temperature 10000 sqm facility are up to 10000 pallet positions featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25°C through to +16°C. ["Q-010 ]
its ability ["Q-011 The Chill Hub is through what did a state - of - the - art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit to manage all elements of the process at one site ?"] "
The Chill Hub ["Q-012 The Chill Hub is of what did a state - of - the - art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements at one site ?"] "
one site ["Q-013 The Chill Hub is at what did a state - of - the - art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process ?"] "
state-of-the-art operation ["Q-014 What is the Chill Hub strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site ?"] "
maximum customer ["Q-015 The Chill Hub is what did a state - of - the - art operation strategically located to provide through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site ?"] "
The Chill Hub ["Q-016 The Chill Hub is what did a state - of - the - art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to m N of the process at one site ?"] "
The Chill Hub ["Q-017 Who is a state - of - the - art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site ?"] "
The Chill Hub ["Q-018 Who strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site ?"] "
one site ["Q-019 The Chill Hub is at how much did a state - of - the - art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process site ?"] "
CEVA Logistics inaugurates The Chill Hub CEVA Logistics today officially opened its new integrated end-to-end cold chain facility at DP World London Gateway at an event attended by 50+ customers. The Chill Hub is a state-of-the-art operation strategically located to provide maximum customer benefit through its ability to manage all elements of the process at one site.Within the multi-temperature 10000 sqm facility are up to 10000 pallet positions featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25°C through to +16°C. ["Q-020 ]
10000 pallet positions featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25°C through to +16°C. ["Q-021 Within the multi - temperature 10000 to what are sqm facility up independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
through to +16°C. ["Q-022 Within the multi - temperature 10000 sqm facility are up to 10000 pallet positions featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through & deg ; C ?"] "
pallet positions ["Q-023 Within the multi - temperature 10000 sqm facility are up to 10000 of what pallet positions featuring featuring seven independent chambers capable at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-024 Within the multi - temperature 10000 sqm facility are up to 10000 at what pallet positions featuring featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
through to +16°C. ["Q-025 Within the multi - temperature 10000 sqm facility are up to 10000 pallet positions featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
seven ["Q-026 Within the multi - temperature 10000 sqm facility are up to 10000 what pallet positions featuring featuring independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
sqm facility ["Q-027 Who are up to 10000 pallet positions featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
10000 pallet positions ["Q-028 Who featuring seven independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
all temperature ["Q-029 Who ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
seven ["Q-030 Within the multi - temperature 10000 sqm facility are up to 10000 how much pallet positions featuring featuring independent chambers capable of operating at all temperature ranges from -25 & deg ; C through to +16 & deg ; C ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-031 ]
chilled frozen ["Q-032 This what m m N N N and temperature specific items can be accommodated ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-033 This means chilled frozen and temperature what can specific items be accommodated ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-034 Who means chilled frozen and temperature specific items can be accommodated ?"] "
chilled frozen and temperature specific items ["Q-035 Who can be accommodated ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-036 ]
temperature ["Q-037 As what did Dedicated areas Dedicated pharmaceuticals fresh and frozen produce beverage products and flowers as well specific handling and storage ?"] "
pharmaceuticals ["Q-038 What did Dedicated areas Dedicated fresh and frozen produce beverage products and flowers as well as other goods requiring temperature specific handling and storage ?"] "
temperature ["Q-039 Dedicated areas will handle pharmaceuticals fresh and frozen produce beverage products and flowers as well as what other goods requiring requiring specific handling and storage ?"] "
Dedicated areas ["Q-040 Who dedicated pharmaceuticals f J pharmaceuticals fresh and frozen produce beverage products and flowers as well as other goods requiring temperature specific handling and storage ?"] "
Dedicated areas will handle pharmaceuticals fresh and frozen produce beverage products and flowers as well as other goods ["Q-041 Who requiring temperature specific handling and storage ?"] "
+16°C. ["Q-042 ]
the Chill Hub ["Q-043 A full range of value - added services including labelling Boxing through what Re - palletising Price coding Tagging and Kitting coding all available ?"] "
Labelling Boxing ["Q-044 A full range of what including value - added services including labelling labelling re - palletising Price coding Tagging and Kitting are all available through the Chill Hub ?"] "
Re-palletising ["Q-045 A full range of value - added services including labelling boxing what re - palletising Price coding tagging Tagging and Kitting are all available through the Chill Hub ?"] "
Re-palletising ["Q-046 A full range of value - added services including labelling boxing what re - palletising Price coding Tagging and Kitting coding available through the Chill Hub ?"] "