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“In the irony of a person being angry at a stranger for accidentally interrupting his meditation about universal, unconditional love, this man demonstrated the disturbing, alluring and all-too common phenomenon of "spiritual narcissism.”
“Suicide has become the number one cause of death among young people in China, and gruesome tales of woe--from murder to self-mutilation--have become all-too common for Chinese students.”
“It's all-too easy to forget something in these old colleges that is still worth cherishing and emulating at other institutions.”
“In fact, one of the children of evangelism is an all-too important institution that seems to have similar characteristics to another perverse system currently under fire globally -- the obscene yet hidden face of capitalism -- currently being unmasked as the system that thinks for us.”
“It looks as if around 75% of Becta's 200-strong workforce will face redundancy, and in Coventry, that's an all-too familiar story.”
“Still, a loose cannon like this is an all-too familiar sight.”
“Frequent conference-goers have become all-too familiar with bland hotel carpet patterns and convention stadium lighting.”
“French writer Pierrette Fleutiaux's ironic - – or all-too serious - – text entitled “Man's dignity requires him to wear the burqa” was re-posted by at least a dozen blogs.”
“And read this all-too familiar story of the competence of government run healthcare in the U.S.”
“It was time to leave, so Carolyn and I took the ferry from Heraklion to Piraeus, hitched to Patras and from there took another ferry to Brindisi to continue the all-too easy hitch north.”
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