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It would be better spent working this problem than any other cultural, religious or racial hyperrealities built to sucker us into thinking we're different from each other and don't want our spaces invaded.
All of which is a particularly funny way of looking back at the calamity that created our War on Terror, not as a narrative steeped in heroism and binarism, but as one full of mundane realities that play better as polished hyperrealities.
Within government, Slackjaw exacerbated the cyclical hyperrealities by rampant public spending
Such big picture approaches must possess the ability to adjust to new hyperrealities in real-time, both holistically and specifically.
End of the words 'football' and 'integrity' being uttered in close proximity to one another, would be our angle on your hyperrealities.
The gaming of this knowledge in the marketplace was excessive, and no insiders should be allowed to trade on hyperrealities in the markets in this manner.