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  • n. The condition of being properly placed, as opposed to ectopia.


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  • There's too many special interest ideology and economic groups trying to enforce their personal eutopia on the rest of us.

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  • Bastions of capitalist eutopia like Haiiti and Jamaica where you can live in a luxury tin shack in a pond of sewerage lol.


  • It wur a eutopia, but any disobedience, intentional or NOT, was punished by death.

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  • Why don't you just go to one of the many places in this vast world where they have the eutopia that you so long to live in?

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  • If anything it is just a dream of eutopia in a place they see as home and already love.

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  • Second, that the reason why organisations did not get the advantage of their women practitioners is that they don't give them the power they need to develop eutopia now, we all knew that already, didn't we...

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  • You saying that the Germans were worse because they had the intent to exterminate European Jewry, whereas Stalin and Mao simply viewed the slaughter of 20-50 million of their countrymen as a necessary evil on the path to eutopia?

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  • And that almost word for word was a genuine conversation but as you say I. G it goes against the bleeding heart liberals eutopia. on June 8, 2008 at 4: 15 pm | Reply Bob shallot@9, The only problem with your comment is that in my experience discussion/debate in the current climate is O. K as long as you agree with the bleeding heart liberals/elite from the outset. on June 8, 2008 at 6: 57 pm | Reply Right wing tosser shallot@9

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  • It isn’t “eutopia,” which would mean “good place.”



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  • Very nice. Thanks, John.

    October 3, 2007

  • A eutopia is a perfect place. It differs from a utopia in that it's not fictional.

    Also the title of a poem by Francis Turner Palgrave:

    There is a garden where lilies

     And roses are side by side;

    And all day between them in silence

     The silken butterflies glide.

    I may not enter the garden,

     Though I know the road thereto;

    And morn by morn to the gateway

     I see the children go.

    They bring back light on their faces;

     But they cannot bring back to me

    What the lilies say to the roses,

     Or the songs of the butterflies be.

    (from Poet's Corner)

    October 3, 2007