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But why is it rolling down a hill?
Posted By: Polychromatic (3/25/2011 3:19:51 PM)
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The cla$$ic millstone. The card that invented an entire new niche to kill the opponent.
Posted By: car2n (6/14/2010 2:04:43 PM)
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This is how it all started...
Posted By: VoidedNote (8/1/2010 11:20:15 PM)
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Terrible art. Misses the aesthetic completely. If you want a good intro into why the original Millstone art is better, check out Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. Its a good way to understand the Critique of Practical Judgment, which is fundamental for the Foundations of the Metaphysics of Morals. Anyway, once you browse through Kant you are nearly ready to appreciate the differences in the aesthetic underpinnings of the various Millstones.
Heidegger could be helpful, but for some people its best to skip. The same is true of Wittgenstein. Hard to tell until you ****agggggggh*****. Now you no Millstoan
Posted By: The_Erudite_Idiot (1/17/2014 4:08:18 AM)
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you wonder why they printed cards like narcomoeba, then you see this and it all makes sense!
Posted By: DaaNz (3/23/2009 5:54:29 AM)
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As is often the case, John Avon breathed new life into this card with some fantastic art. Does the classic justice, and (oddly enough) the art looks quite nice in a white-bordered card.
Posted By: Salient (12/16/2011 12:49:49 AM)
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Rolling (Mill)Stone? Get it?
Posted By: TheHandyman (3/9/2012 7:59:48 PM)
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