John's missing tooth makes cameo in JV Fall 2007 Slideshow

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John's missing tooth makes cameo in JV Fall 2007 Slideshow

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it's not lazy...it's memey. :)
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it's philosophical in a way: can something that's missing make an appearance?
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Oh yes, very zen. It's certainly generating a lot of buzz, for an empty nothingness.
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Liesbeth wrote:it's philosophical in a way: can something that's missing make an appearance?


Great now Liesbeth's gonna make me think hard and my brain's gonna bleed out my nose.
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Liesbeth wrote:it's philosophical in a way: can something that's missing make an appearance?


I thought about that when I initially started the Sing Again thread, and I'm about to go all linguistics-nerd on everyone, but it felt more natural to refer to the long-gone missing tooth itself than to the subsequent gappy grin. I mean, when I hear "missing tooth" the first image that comes to mind is a mouth that's missing a tooth, not the actual tooth itself. Semantics!
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