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2005/4/28-30 [Recreation/Dating, Science/Physics] UID:37408 Activity:nil
4/28    I'm surprised this hasn't been posted yet. Husband and Wife physics
        professors fillibuster Frist: http://mcdfa.org/?q=frist2
        I recognize that Griffiths book from Physics h7a!
        \- Do you know who Ed Witten is?
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Philibuster from CapitalistImperialistPig on Thu, 2005-04-28 20:45 Ed Witten filibusters at the Frist with Griffith's Elementary Particles. from Preposterous Universe on Thu, 2005-04-28 18:12 Okay, this is truly funny. From Not Even Wrong, Princeton professors stag e "filibuster" against the anti-filibuster machinations of alumus Bill F rist. Frist Filibuster from Not Even Wrong on Thu, 2005-04-28 15:44 For the last couple days students at Princeton have been protesting the R epublican's plan to invoke the "nuclear option" and stop Democrat's from filibustering a small number of Bush's judicial nominees.