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Guild Wars Platinum - PC

Reviews Guild Wars Platinum – PC for sale

Please take a few moments to view the Guild Wars Platinum – PC. deals, in order to get an idea about the top quality and features of this product item. 235 more words

Comparing soccer and Warcraft

As one expansion ends and another begins we hit the inevitable housecleaning exercise that most raiding guilds go through and Headhunters are no different. I always find it interesting around this time to revisit the question of people’s perception of what is hardcore and what is casual, and what expectations is it fair for a guild officer to ask from their Raider communities. 521 more words

Gaming

The Nail Art Guild | Redneck

Bought By Me It is Redneck week here at The Nail Art Guild and I have a super fun mani for you that I genuinely enjoyed doing. 43 more words

Women Ideas

Providence Guild shows unity to GateHouse Media

Members of the Providence Guild already have faced layoffs and are facing more after the Providence (R.I.) Journal’s acquisition by GateHouse Media, the owner of The State Journal-Register. 713 more words

Malifaux tournament report: Not a Bad Thing (45SS); 13Sep2014

On Saturday Joe, Forkbanger and I piled into Joe’s car at silly o’clock in the morning to drive down to Sunderland and take part in the Not a Bad Thing tournament. 3,413 more words

Battle Reports

UWI Guild of Students disassociates from political forum.

 

UWI Guild of Students disassociates from political forum.

It is a great fallacy to think that approval was sought by the Guild Council to host the event entitled “The Future of the Young Professional – A Dialogue with Dr Rowley”. 414 more words

UWI

Theories of Democracy Part 6: Radical Pluralism

Radical pluralism is a democratic theory put forward by such thinkers as Chantal Mouffe, Ernesto Laclau and Claude Lefort. It opposes liberal and deliberative democracy primarily in its insistence that rational consensus cannot be achieved, but that democracy must allow for healthy political clashes between voters whose positions are deeply held and fundamentally diverge. 191 more words

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