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``'They do this,' or 'They're to blame for that.' Who is this 'they' everyone talks about? 'They' accomplish such great things. Somebody had to take responsibility,'' he said.
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"..and More..." feature on just about every compilation released but I must admit I don't know any of their tracks at all...
Do you have any of their greatest hits at all?
and now for the "knock ..knock" jokes ...
The "who" is not this one, not that one, not oneself, not some people, and not the sum of them all. The 'who' is the neuter the "they" [das Man]
- M. Heidegger, Being & Time, Macquarrie trans., H.126
Basically - the rather meaningless term we use when we specify what 'everybody' does, in all its triteness and superficiality, including eschewing what 'everybody' does as trite or superficial - keeping us locked in a busy circle of self-perpetuating activity that doesn't really go anywhere.
We take pleasure and enjoy ourselves as they take pleasure; we read, see, and judge about literature and art as they see and judge; likewise we shrink back from the 'great mass' as they shrink back; we find 'shocking' what they find shocking. The "they", which is nothing definite, and which all are, though not as the sum, prescribes the kind of Being of everydayness.
H.127 - H. numbers page numbers from later German editions which you'll also find in good English translations
icq number"..and More..." feature on just about every compilation released but I must admit I don't know any of their tracks at all...
Do you have any of their greatest hits at all
I was in a band called "And Support" for a while. We never got to do a headline gig. A while after I left they got a review that said if they don't change the name they'll sink without trace. So they changed the name to "Without Trace", and managed one more gig.
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