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Old Feb 23, '12, 6:28 pm
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Default Hope for the future? Croissants and conjugations!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qle8Mk4h8S8

This video is so refreshing to discerning men like myself. Sublime words (and tone of voice!) at the beginning of it.
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This video is so refreshing to discerning men like myself. Sublime words (and tone of voice!) at the beginning of it.
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Default Re: Hope for the future? Croissants and conjugations!

Wow, very cool! Will be passing the video on.
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Default Re: Hope for the future? Croissants and conjugations!

In the spirit of that: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLwcxlIYcSw

Now if I can find out what the heck genitive, ablative and all that means.

Videos like this make me realize how cheated we are for education in American public schools (hence, why I think they should be abolished or overhauled).
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Default Re: Hope for the future? Croissants and conjugations!

You don't have to wait till you get to the seminary either.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZHRC...eature=related
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