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  • For some reason I thought of it as a giant brain having capricous thoughts.


  • The Afghans get to live in Afghanistan with Sharia Law and capricous punishment – and guess what, its not the men who pay the price.

    Jack Layton And The Art Of Negotiation « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • The power really was in my hands, not in some capricous, mocking God.

    Occasional Superheroine

  • A society that applies the law differently to different people, or is capricous and unpredictable, where the laws are crafted for the benefit of some at the expense of others is a society that discourages productive activities and encourages predatory activities, one that is on the fast track towards tyranny.

    The Liberty Papers

  • 7 It seems very easy for a capricous or random issue like having a unit 1cm this way or that to determine victory or defeat.

    Archive 2006-09-01


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  • A regional cous-cous prepared on the island of Capri.

    September 20, 2008