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    Re: deep thinking

    Wow, Polyester! You have inspired some deep thinking.
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    #12

    Re: deep thinking

    Or some surface thoughts on the language of deep thinking.

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    #13

    Re: deep thinking

    Quote Originally Posted by kadioguy View Post
    Do you mean the following are both correct?

    a. This difficult problem needs some deep thinking to solve it.

    b. This difficult problem needs some deep thinking to solve.
    Maybe, maybe not—I'm not that deep a thinker.

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    #14

    Re: deep thinking

    I'm not even a particularly shallow one.

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