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“If there is a single focus point for all these contradictions, it is in another structure found on the Euston Road, one also on the brink of obsolesence.”
“Well, we're reaping what we sowed, and are well on our way to obsolesence.”
“One thing all computrer manufacturers are still failing to address is the structural obsolesence they build into their machines.”
“How will this play out with our planned obsolesence economy?”
“We met someone once who was proud to say he made refrigerator shelves with built in obsolesence so that people would have to keep replacing them!”
“That's about the frequency of actual news amid the exhausting accounts of campaign stops, the blizzard of polls that drip toward obsolesence the minute they come out and the tortuous man-on-the-street interviews with the small town Democrat for Obama, the same small town Republican for McCain, the same small town attention junkie who's undecided and the same small town rebel who won't vote because the whole thing is fixed anyhow.”
“It is easier to understand that you face competition then obsolesence.”
“If you want the sure path to political obsolesence in the eyes of most Americans, keep heading down that road.”
“So then there are the historical-cultural readings ( "we're talking about the laws specific to the Israelites of that time and place") which are entirely valid but which tend to limit the idea of obsolesence and cultural specificity to laws, I find.”
“By the time you reach *that* stage, you'll be calling it mature obsolesence, trust me if you dare.”
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