Renaissance-style approach to antiX

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    stevesr0

      Brian,

      CD=certificate of deposit (I assume?)

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      Brian Masinick

        Brian,

        CD=certificate of deposit (I assume?)

        This is precisely why I detest acronyms and abbreviations UNLESS their meaning is explained first. Then it’s fine.

        This article IS a good example of power corruption. To me, nevertheless it is a poorly written piece. Multiple times of reading finally helped; that shouldn’t be necessary unless obscured content IS the primary intent and that appears to be the case.

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        Brian Masinick

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        Robin

          CD=certificate of deposit (I assume?)

          Funny and interesting. I didn’t even know about this other meaning of CD „certificate of deposit” (it is not common here), and have read the comment in the meaning (Audio-) Compact Disc, containing these 32 tracks. This is also what the Article itself implies:

          Housed in an ornate silver box, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin – recorded in secret by the Wu-Tang Clan over six years – was designed to be a piece of fine art. Only a single CD copy exists.

          Not sure how one could think of something different, when commenting in this context and using the acronym CD. This was why I had said, you will have fun with the comments on it only when reading it carefully.

          Windows is like a submarine. Open a window and serious problems will start.

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