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    I don't get it.

     
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    A Boston professor wouldn't say, 'Who's for the Bruins?"

    It would be "Who's a B's fan?"

    So, you're stupid.

    So is your "joke".

     
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    A Boston professor wouldn't say, 'Who's for the Bruins?"

    It would be "Who's a B's fan?"

    So, you're stupid.

    So is your "joke".




    As a an actual professor I would have to concur with your assessment.

    That is all.

     
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    You may have said this before, jm, but ... of what?

     
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    You may have said this before, jm, but ... of what?




    I specialize in public and social policy.....yes I know, boring as hell. Get more than a few consulting contracts (government and NGO's), however, allows me to travel frequently which makes life a little more exciting.

     
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    You may have said this before, jm, but ... of what?

     




    I specialize in public and social policy.....yes I know, boring as hell. Get more than a few consulting contracts (government and NGO's), however, allows me to travel frequently which makes life a little more exciting.

     

     


    From a sociology, poli-sci, or human geography approach? My better half does social policy as well, but she's in geography.

     

     
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     From a sociology, poli-sci, or human geography approach? The wife does social policy as well, but she's in geography.

     



    Geography? Interesting, not as popular as the other two approaches. I am affiliated with both the Departments of Soc. and PSCI out here. I come from government initially and that's where the bulk of the consulting comes from. Many places and orgs on this planet are looking for ways to toward good governance. Some good times and some not so good times.

     
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    Geography? Interesting, not as popular as the other two approaches. I am affiliated with both the Departments of Soc. and PSCI out here. I come from government initially and that's where the bulk of the consulting comes from. Many places and orgs on this planet are looking for ways to toward good governance. Some good times and some not so good times.

     

     



    Most of her work policy wise focuses on issues like gentrification, urban development, immigrant communities, and displaced populations (ie the homeless) so for her area geography seems to be an effective approach - agreed it's not as common.

     

     
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    Most of her work policy wise focuses on issues like gentrification, urban development, immigrant communities, and displaced populations (ie the homeless) so for her area geography seems to be an effective approach - agreed it's not as common.

     



    Makes a lot of sense. More than a few social scientists here try to encorporate these in their analysis but their approaches (I like to call them agendas) tend to limit their scope. Kudos to you wife. I wish her luck in the field.

     
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    From a sociology, poli-sci, or human geography approach? My better half does social policy as well, but she's in geography.

     



    Geography as taught in Canada

    Points to Canada:  This is us.

    Points to the US:  This is our protector.

    Points to England:  This is our owner.

    Points to Russia:  This is where Hendo scored the goal.

    Test on Monday!

     
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    From a sociology, poli-sci, or human geography approach? My better half does social policy as well, but she's in geography.

     

     

     



    Geography as taught in Canada

     

    Points to Canada:  This is us.

    Points to the US:  This is our protector.

    Points to England:  This is our owner.

    Points to Russia:  This is where Hendo scored the goal.

    Test on Monday!




    As taught in the US:

    Points to Russia: This is us.

    Points to China: This is where take-out comes from.

    Points to Canada: This is all snow.

    Points to Mexico: This is also us.

     
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    See what you started JW. No more hockey talk. Thornton scores off a dream-world rebound, and Fluto, who garners all of Thorny's insider comments, applauds. No one wants to knock it, but it shows how miserable others are playing when Thorny can look good, for the moment.

     
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    bogie Thornton and his line have been playing well. Regardless of what you say you can't take results away from them. Just because you think anyone could have done it doesn't make the goal count any less. He did it, he made it happen, no one else did.

     
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    See what you started JW. No more hockey talk. Thornton scores off a dream-world rebound, and Fluto, who garners all of Thorny's insider comments, applauds. No one wants to knock it, but it shows how miserable others are playing when Thorny can look good, for the moment.




    This thread was going nowhere anyway...:)

     

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