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    1. Lessons at Janus started again last month, but they are still meaningless and boring

    2. What's going on? The sonic war against me is getting more and more unbearable day by day and I just can't stand it any more! For some strange reason, I am surrounded by all kinds of noise pollution: Every morning, at 7:30 am, my father gets out to the yard and keeps himself busy with meaningless tinkering and hammering at pieces of wood or metal for hours! When I return from work at 4:00 in the afternoon and lie in bed so as to have a brief nap, dad goes upstairs, to Alice's half-built penthouse, and starts hammering at stuff again till 5:30 that I leave for the gym! He doesn't really repair anything, he just enjoys the noise! The yard and the penthouse are full of rusty tools, old dilapidated furniture and all kinds of junk dad finds on the road and carries home! I often complain about the noise and the piggery but he never listens; on the contrary, he swears like a trooper!

    3. He’s saying the results are meaningless when the instrumentation violates accepted theory

    4. say, in effect: "What you just said was meaningless!" Such is only sensed as

    5. That left me to hear Johnny babble on about meaningless shit

    6. meaningless battle of egos! A Marathon, on the other hand, is a fun competition that

    7. meaning to the meaningless, and how it

    8. “This simple contraption makes it so that millions of meaningless words, phrases, verses and images pass by in the human subject’s brain in an endless loop,”

    9. “We are interested in learning what this primitive simian mind attributes to this meaningless computer-generated phrase,”

    10. The days of the week had become meaningless

    11. the closest he would come was a meaningless Council

    12. The easy initial victory had buoyed the villager’s spirits and, although Axel and his fellow officers knew that the victory was almost meaningless, they said nothing to hurt morale

    13. And because of it, there would be no miracle victory, only another meaningless defeat

    14. Whatever end the Dead Tree had in store for him was meaningless

    15. ’ Meaningless only to the fettered—

    16. A seemingly meaningless world confronted by humans who want meaning creates the absurd

    17. that will end up as meaningless?

    18. Leonard, despite his apparent (professional) concern for any problem presented to him, had grown to resent the constant influx of clients who felt their life to be meaningless

    19. And that evening he researched this scientist’s work, even looking at the then meaningless equations, determined that one day he would solve the conundrum of how to create a stable channel for information to pass

    20. The spectrally elongated stars continued to shift their position, the meaningless overlaid symbols changed, but nothing else seemed to be happening

    21. When he opened his eyes he saw shapes that were meaningless for a few seconds, until they then became recognised as flowers and trees, like a garden, only bigger

    22. Danny usually tried to avoid this half hour of sound-bites, vox-pop, politicians' meaningless answers and recitals live on locations where there was nothing to see, but today he was forcing

    23. Therefore if it is in fact true that five out of six American voters think that incumbents should be evicted, excluding their own incumbent, the exercise becomes meaningless

    24. Had I ever thought to question that? But it was also his lack of bad luck: never was there any meaningless happenstance – always in the right place at the right time, coincidence always being advantageous even if not immediately

    25. To her they were meaningless almost symbolic of herself

    26. This will end time: future and past becomes meaningless

    27. In a period of hyperinflation, Forge’s fortunes would become meaningless

    28. If one allows that worldly values are the off-springs of worldly customs, (alone); that is to say, restricted to non-spiritual matters, and that eternal values are necessarily eternal in meaning; neither limited by space nor time, which would otherwise render them meaningless and incomprehensive in form; universal or eternal Values must necessarily embrace all existence, including the ―Material‖ that (always) was, is and will become, without exception; the expression or starting point of God‘s own Creation, in His own Image consonant with His own laws or (Eternal Values), whose impressions have been (indelibly) stamped on all things potentially eternal

    29. Following this line of reasoning, a practicing Christian, for example, may perform charitable works for the sake of his or her (own) Salvation (counting in his or her favor) or a mother may selflessly place her (own) life in danger in order to save the life of her child whose absence would (otherwise) render that mother‘s life meaningless and without purpose

    30. NATO is unsuited for rogue nations lest it (too) devolves into a meaningless and (utterly) ineffective organization similar to the United Nations, for example, that has transformed itself over the years into an assembly characterized by corruption and (political) intrigue, parochialism, (national) self-interest, political posturing, factionalism and unstable alliances with openly hostile, refractory nations opposed to Freedom

    31. ‖ Many individuals susceptible to teeming influences extending beyond their capacity to assimilate what is being conveyed and in what manner and why, for that matter, entirely dependent has the public become on its media ―mouthpieces‖ commissioned to do their thinking for them in a fruitless attempt at sorting out unintelligent pieces of information that, taken collectively, are even more meaningless, thereby frustrating further efforts to attain (true) knowledge while unsettling core beliefs

    32. amused how easily he could suffer this, to him totally meaningless, gibberish

    33. The de-emphasizing of Christ‘s Divinity by nominal ―Christians,‖ (Protestants and sadly, Catholics alike), stressing His good works and moral teachings (only); that is to say, His ―Humanism‖ in contrast with His Divinity, is troubling to traditional believers who correctly understand that without the Resurrection, the redemption of sin occasioned by His own self-sacrifice is meaningless

    34. In this manner, the vital link establishing a connection between integrated parts has been severed, thereby rendering each impression or idea, uncertain or meaningless by having assigned the essential character of that whole to each (constituent) part

    35. It is a meaningless hodgepodge of (disconnected) images that courts subconscious impressions and private interpretations of what an observer believes he or she sees or tries to see or believes is seen that is oftentimes something other than what is actually seen; that is to say, it indulges an uncertain mood at an uncertain moment of consciousness that produces an uncertain effect on the mind

    36. As a soldier myself with as much experience as any can hope to amass over the years, I can only share with you a rough guideline on how to live long enough to write your own manual: Avoid the meaningless battles, and especially politics

    37. “I thought life was meaningless on Earth

    38. Out here among the stars, that’s where it’s meaningless

    39. Only last night, he had thought that the worst fate could have in store for him was horrible and meaningless torture at the hands of the Patriarch

    40. Meaningless abstractions, but that was all I was then

    41. ‘This is like wandering around a battlefield when the fighting is over; it’s sheer meaningless destruction; nothing but cold-blooded disrespect of another’s life

    42. ‘Try to think of it this way then: my ego, my emotions, my feelings, my philosophical and theoretical ideas are all meaningless to him

    43. ’ Even small children know that self-esteem not based on real merit is artificial—the blue ribbons for all participants, regardless of the quality of the performance, or the meaningless A, when every student gets one

    44. But—he felt his mouth curling at the thought—I’ve had nothing but time, and have pretty well learned to speak in the parables of a supposedly meaningless dogma

    45. Had history ever yielded an example of a utopia—a place where power was meaningless

    46. Without him, all our lives would be meaningless

    47. those crazy Japanese T-shirts that had meaningless English scribbled all over it; this one

    48. “Just a meaningless doll, is it?” Sierra said

    49. the intervening period since Moses wrote it, and is therefore meaningless, is also

    50. The questions “When did God begin?” and “Where did He come from?” are meaningless

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