In the second season, Dexter's nemesis, Sergeant James Doakes, discovers that Dexter pursued blood spatter analysis, despite being top of his class at medical school. He also notes that Dexter studied Jujutsu in college
Originally Posted by iDumb
arrey bhai, I am not talking about porashuna na kora - illiterate type. Basics - kindergarten er porashuna to kortei hobe. 10 to 12 grade pash korar por, porashunar aar kono dorkar nai really.
But Orphy, where will I get cheap slave labour, I mean grad students and postdocs, if we can't run that lovely pyramid scheme called higher education?
Originally Posted by Ajfar
Bangladeshi Ghost Hunter? 'Bhutist' lol aie naam shunle manush show ta seriously ki rokom nibe
Ajfar dekhso ....eita super low budget...emon low budget je FDC-reo haar manaise......watch the first 20 seconds of it...you will see they have a calander on the wall by 'GonoProjatontri Bangladesh Shorkaar' ....now look at the year on that....it says '1977' and it's hand written on a piece of paper and glued on the true year of the calander which is probably this year's, or recent years....Haatey lekha..hand written and that is crooked/warped/the font /even the ink color didn't match..ekta digit arekta digit-er theke mota.......Arrey bhai even amakey dileo ami er theke bhalo korey hand written likhey ditaam ato bojha jai to na..even amar art college-e jawa choto cousin-rao likhtey parto far better and for free ...it would have taken a ten minutes effort!! Shakib bhai, Suman bhai nouka dubaise...very crude ! hehheehhe~!
Hillary Rodham Clinton - Dr. Jill Stein - Cynthia McKinney - Cheri Honkala
Originally Posted by F6_Turbo
How did we(this is the Royal 'We' - so all of mankind) let the words 'elite' and 'intellectual' - become a bad thing?
The same way "liberal" has become a negative word in American politics -- via rhetorical devices that suggest that people who identify as such are "out of touch" with the needs and desires of the masses.
Now, I'll admit that the term "elite" has historically had some negative associations -- e.g. elitism due to inherited wealth is understandably seen as unfair by most people, and many postmodernist "intellectuals" make me shake my head in despair; but generally, it remains a rhetorical tool used to promulgate sound bites and avoid well-reasoned arguments.