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When will we ever learn?

How many times must a man turn his head/ Pretending he just cannot see — Bob Dylan
History repeats itself because we don’t learn from it. The continued and horrifying attacks on Ga... »

How many times must a man turn his head/ Pretending he just cannot see — Bob Dylan 

How many times ...? Obviously Bob Dylan himself could find no answer ! Is it not anyway a paradox that 'stiff necked' per dictionary means "arrogantly obstinate", denoting mental state, whereas if were to mean and refer a physical condition, turning head  is virtually an impossibility, not even wildly can man dream of !!  

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Unkind burden And illogical too jorgen mcleman /

A crude anti-reforms attitude

The Gujarat government’s efforts to squeeze out more royalty from ONGC could impact production and exploration »
TIME for Introspection , Not Retrospection, OR REforms. or Regulations much less super regulatins ?

Reform or regulate- WHOM other than 'self' (Individual or Collective)
Same sort of Realization as Getting To Know what is the underlying/intended message, of the proverbial, - FOR WHOM THE (CHURCH) BELL TOLLS ?

  1. John Donne: Poems Study Guide : "For whom the bell tolls ... › John Donne: PoemsStudy Guide
    ... century by Ernest Hemingway for the title of his novel For Whom the Bell Tolls). ... Donne was Dean of St. Paul's (a very high honor in the Church of England).
  2. PERCHANCE he for whom this bell tolls may be so ill, as that he knows not it ... church is Catholic, universal, so are all her actions; all that she
    John Donne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  4. For Whom The Bell Tolls: Chapters Eight–Thirteen › ... › For Whom The Bell Tolls
    A summary of Chapters Eight–Thirteen in Ernest Hemingway's For Whom The Bell Tolls. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of For ...

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