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Re: Squats & Romanian deadlifts
> Watson Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in article
> > @ wrote:
> > > Watson Davis <email@example.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > >> And besides that, you can't do romanian deadlifts,
> > > >> because you are not romanian...
> > > >> It's bit like with the olympics weight lifting...
> > > >
> > > >Waittasecond... do you have to be a COMPETITIVE Romanian?
> > >
> > > You wait a second! There is a large ethnic Hungarian minority
> > > in Transylvania. What are they, Romanian or Hungarian?
> > > And what if *they* compete, huh?
> > > :-]
> > Good question. Let's take a stroll through the forest of semantics. If
> > a person is of Hungarian descent but living in Transylvania, would
> > be Romanian? I say no. If they are living in Transylvania, they are
> > either prey or the living undead. The undead, being by their very
> > nature unnatural, are not constrained by the bounds of nationality and
> > ethnicity. Living humans are the only ones who actively consider
> > themselves part of a subset of humanity... except for some dogs who
> > very confused. Anyway, the question then boils down to whether or not
> > Vampires (and their prey) are competitive. I think we can dismiss prey
> > as irrelevant and unworthy of our notice although I think the case can
> > easily be made that prey competes to NOT be eaten. Vampires, by their
> > very undead nature, are competitive. They compete against each other
> > for food. Since these people are obviously competitive bloodsuckers,
> > would they then be eligible to work for the IRS as auditors even
> > they are foreignors? Again, as I pointed out earlier, Vampires
> > transcend petty human squabbles over imaginary lines. The conclusion
> > obvious and I won't belabor it.
> what design was on the tiny piece of paper you ingested an hour or so this
> was posted? this is a very important question!
You can't have any.
But thanks for asking.
Watson (the pencil neck) Davis