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I know it's only March, but I hereby nominate this line for Best Political Pop Culture Reference Of The Year
:"With a record $521 billion deficit, Bush has just presented what might be called the Justin Timberlake budget, ripping off the taxpayers and pretending it wasn't on purpose."
-- Bruce Reed, http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/features/2004/0403.reed.html
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|Date:||March 30th, 2004 04:23 am (UTC)|| |
Late, but I wanted to pitch in my two cents: No, I don't think so.
I suppose it's possible to throw it away, or scrub it out of yourself, or try to make it irrelevant, but it's not something you can "lose" the way you lose change under the sofa. (And even that's assuming a conception of one's draconity as a "true" form, which isn't necessarily what all dragons believe. It's even harder to "lose," for example, a past life.)
What being a dragon *means* to you can change over time, of course, and draconity can become less important or unimportant; but I hardly think that's the same as losing it. It doesn't change who you are, just your priorities.