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  • The opportunity to learn, explore and share wine experiences I believe not only adds to our wine-ophilia, but more than almost any product, wine brings people together to learn, share and explore more.

    Get Your Hands Dirty: Bloggers Planting Forum « California Life: Better Than Happy Hour

  • About a third of the way through the semester in a college-level class on ethical theory, a subject on which I am nominally an expert, all of my students are moral nihilists, one of the black guys wants to be a plantation slave, and another black guy shows an inordinate appreciation for both slavery and carrion-ophilia.

    My World Crumbles . . . « Lean Left

  • Yep, it's not just the menfolk--those pesky Canadian Jihadists who planned to storm parliament and cut off the head of the Prime minister-- who suffer from bomb-the-infidel-ophilia

    Wives of Canadian Terrorists Back Hubbies Blowing Up Canuck and Western Infidels

  • Neither is being an atheist or pagan since ped-ophilia is present in all walks of life.

    CNN.com

  • Neither is marriage as 50% of those men convicted of ped-ophilia are married.

    CNN.com

  • Cable's "crash" - ophilia, in this instance, isn't likely a case of conscious sensationalism so much as it's a case of the unconscious: TV, in breaking-news coverage, traffics in spur-of-the-moment commentary from its narrators, and therefore is more susceptible than print to the vagaries of human emotion.

    CJR

  • Reaction #1: orgasmic all-things-airplane-ophilia bug-eyed geek out, and immediate desire to hop aboard the next A380 that comes within range.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

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