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"Tell the chef, the beer is on me."
I have one of these electrical toothbrushes from Braun. It is blue/white, has a timer function (it rhythmically stops vibrating each 2 minutes) and not much else.
I remember paying something around 25 Euros for it. Unfortunately, my toothbrush stopped loading its battery after several years. You can buy the service of replacing them for 20 Euro on Ebay but where is the fun in that and where is my sovereignty?
This is how I opened mine:
1. Discourse: Talky talky
2. Hermeneutics: What I mean
3. Logic: Why I’m right
4. Apologetics: Why you’re wrong
5. Fallacy: Why you don’t even know you’re wrong
6. Epistemology: How I know I’m right and you’re wrong
7. Existential: Don’t feel bad: everyone is wrong
8. Post-modern: Who cares if I’m right or wrong
9. Systemic: Your wrongness goes deep
10. Neo-: You’re as wrong as those old guys
11. Crypto-: I’m the only one who knows your wrongness
12. Paradoxical: It only looks like I’m wrong
13. Hyper-: You’d be right if you could learn to state things paradoxically
14. Grand meta-narrative: He thinks he’s right about everything
15. Paleo-: You’re as wrong as that new-fangled stuff
16. phenomenal: I only seem wrong
17. transcendental: If anyone’s right, I must be
18. false consciousness: Deep down you know I’m right
19. subjugated/subaltern: They’re right, but everyone says they’re wrong
20. bourgeois: They pay good money to be right
21. proletariat: We’re wrong now, but wait for the revolution!
22. deconstruction: w/ri(gh)t(e)
23. Platonism: I know the very Form of rightness
24. Thomism: 1. It would appear that you are right.
25. Categorical imperative: If you’re right, let’s make it a universal law
26. Problematize: I’ll show you how wrong you really are
27. Cartesianism: cogito ergo rectitudo
28. ontological argument: I am so right that none greater can be conceived
29. epiphenomenon: This sentence is neither right nor wrong, as it is the product of a chemical reaction.
30. post-: Now we’re finally right
31. eclectic: You are wrong in a lot of different ways
32. synthesis: You are so wrong that you are right
33. exegesis (cf. hermeneutics): I know what it means and I can discourse all day about it
34. presuppositional: I’m right and I won’t even discuss it with you
35. -istic: You started with something good and made it really stupid
36. dialectic: I’m right, but then again, I may be wrong
37. weltanschauung: How you see the world when your brain has been made into mush by German philosophy
38. deconstruction: If I grind you up I can show that even your molecules are wrong
39. bayesian: I’ll give you even money that I’m right
40. teleological: You’ve got everything backwards
41. a priori: We’ll just assume that I am right
42. a posteriori: Having seen who won, I can assure you I was on that side all the time
Diese Anleitung wurde mit einem Smartphone mit Android 4.0.4 Cyanogenmod 9.1.0 am 12.12.2012 ausprobiert.
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