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Esposito's Speech reveals what he thinks about his school of thought- read again what he said.

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Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Sep 26, 2008 at 17:47

Esposito Gap in speech reveals his nature and what he thinks about himself.

No wonder why so easily he elevates Dr. Pipes.

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Esposito said:

"…You have myself and others who think: roughly …in the same school of thought"…

According to http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=roughly, may I make a simple observation based upon the nature of the "innocently" used adverb by Esposito?

He does not have problems with English, meaning that he really means what he has in mind and understands the nature of the words, right- he is a "teacher"?

"…You have myself and others who think:

Irregularly –unevenly-with violence characterization-with infraction of the rules-violently disturbed –violently agitated as in a violently irregular motion- tempestuously- harshly-unmannerly – rudely- disorderly or riotously like a mob and yet,

Unpleasantly- untastely-in a lack of culture or refinement- without refinements-requiring exertion or strength rather than intelligence or skill-not elaborated, perfected, or corrected; unpolished-made or done without any attempt at exactness, completeness, or thoroughness…

"…Myself and others….in the same school of thought…"

"..And you have a second school of thought"…

Good Job Esposito. He does not even need to attack Dr. Pipes to make others think whether or not they want to be your students. Who would want in sane mind to take classes with a "master of thought" with any of the above characteristics?

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