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Acts of Religion
Acts of Religion
by Jacques Derrida
Edition: Hardcover
Price: $127.11
33 used & new from $80.00

4 of 106 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Derrida Not Dead Another Death, August 2, 2006
This review is from: Acts of Religion (Hardcover)
Derrida, who passed away on Oct 10 2004. His last thoughts were to his dearly departed friend, Giles de Leuze. Most of you know that the Oxford philosophical committee wanted to reject him for an honorary award, because they considered his "work" "useless". It is precisely because of Derrida that one was able to question and in this subtle work he traces the steps of "Igmar", who was a religious fanatic who existed in 700 AD with a large following in Persia. Devotees were said to wrap used loin clothes around their head and weep to an ancient statue which was later discovered to be a sign post.
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Ethics, Institutions, and the Right to Philosophy (Culture and Politics Series)
Ethics, Institutions, and the Right to Philosophy (Culture and Politics Series)
by Jacques Derrida
Edition: Paperback
Price: $22.95
48 used & new from $4.10

2 of 14 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Ono and Mono, August 2, 2006
Derrida contributes to the form of focus with his unveiling of new philosophical concepts. In this book, the Sum Lata Dumo is further evaluated, a common theme in meso-constructionist ethics. Derrida argues that all life began in one of two categories, the "Racha" which has all of life including insects and the "Dena" which only includes those things with palpable cognitive abilities such as crickets and hamsters. This book is dense and tough going but it is definitely a continuation of all Derrida's plasmatic themes and even has some of his more congested ones.


Leatherman Wave with Deluxe Leather Belt Sheath
Leatherman Wave with Deluxe Leather Belt Sheath

0 of 17 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A Tool Only for Die Hard McGyver Fans, August 2, 2006
This 1000+ tool doesn't really do much because it weighs 10 lbs and is rather awkward, most of the tools are difficult to pull out and you need instructions because they are so compact and held together by a balstan ring which makes it hard to turn at angles. I took this with me to the mountain ranges of Oslo and threw it away because it was so burdensome to carry around. Suffice it to say that I eventually needed it to cut down a tree which fell upon my hut.


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0 of 9 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars I Know Why the Cage Bird Smokes, August 2, 2006
Creutoue's large bird cage makes a wonderful gift to spoiled and haughty aristocrats who live in the Southern regions of France, away from any sense of reality or civilization. You can compile an odd assortment of birds in these cages, they are rust free and "poop mere" which translates as "bird feet without rust".
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Star Wars Trilogy (A New Hope / The Empire Strikes Back / Return of the Jedi) (Widescreen Edition with Bonus Disc)
Star Wars Trilogy (A New Hope / The Empire Strikes Back / Return of the Jedi) (Widescreen Edition with Bonus Disc)
DVD ~ Mark Hamill
Offered by theorem
Price: $99.99
23 used & new from $40.93

0 of 16 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Spirit of the Dead, August 2, 2006
If you saw this film when you were in your teens then you are in luck, for you will think it was a wonderful curiosity. For so many years, the film stayed inside my head and I wondered what ever became of it. Finally, it was on cable one night and I managed to see it all over again. Of course, being older, one is more likely to dismiss it as 'amateurish' but it really is a special kind of film. The premise deals with a lost book of the dead called the "Necrominicon" and how it suddenly affects a group of students out for a picnic in a backwoods forest. They encounter an eerie park ranger who wants the book back for his own sinister ends. Also included are plenty of monsters that are really quite good for the time and the budget involved. Take a look at the flying demon, even though you can see the wires on the wings, he's still pretty evil looking. This isn't really 'bad' at all and doesn't deserve to be on any banal shows that exploit that realm. It is a great little horror film done with patience and wit.
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Pork Chocs TM - Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Dipped Pork Rinds
Pork Chocs TM - Sugar Free Milk Chocolate Dipped Pork Rinds

2 of 14 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A Chicken is a Pork Storker!,, August 2, 2006
I got the wrong order for one, they sent me "Chicken gizzards dipped in vinegar oil"! And on top of that it cost me $49.99 for shipping charges, not to mention the sprained back the post office man got when he lifted up my order. I'm not particular to vinegar but I tried them anyways and I have to say they weren't that bad.
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Everyone Poops (My Body Science Series)
Everyone Poops (My Body Science Series)
by Gomi Taro
Edition: Paperback
48 used & new from $4.52

19 of 101 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Should Be Banned By Decent People!,, August 2, 2006
This obnoxious subject, poop, not only denigrates human beings but teaches children that poop comes in all sizes and all colors. Most scientists would distinguish between say for example, horse poop and human poop but these cultural re-visionists would have us believe that all poop is equal!
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Spa To Go
Spa To Go

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Working at the Car Wash!,, August 2, 2006
This review is from: Spa To Go (Kitchen)
Enjoy your very own hair follicles and sputum within the confines of your own home. Tired of using other spas which have grease marks and strange substances floating within them? Well then, try this portable spa! Fits right inside your living room and all it needs is 900 gallons of water. Be careful with needles and sharp objects and do not use around electrical appliances or battery operated hand-saws.


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