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Meng (or Da Meng) is a society of men (and some women) in Central Ohio. Da Meng was founded by Scott Hawksworth, a graduate of Saint Charles Preparatory School in Columbus, Ohio. Meng can refer to either a single person, or a group. Meng love Da Meng and are fond of Menging other Meng. In the code of ethics, Meng are always supposed to put other Meng first. Members of Da Meng created a studio album entitled "The SC Album" and also wear a signature red bracelet that reads, "Meng." St. ... Columbus is a latinized version of the Italian surname Colombo, which means Dove. ... State nickname: The Buckeye State Other U.S. States Capital Columbus Largest city Columbus Governor Bob Taft (R) Official languages None Area 116,096 km² (34th)  - Land 106,154 km²  - Water 10,044 km² (8. ...

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The Origin of Meng

The origins of Da Meng are shady at best, but it is believed to have been created by a typo on AOL Instant Messenger in October of 2004. The Evolution of Men is the process of the word Men growing into Meng and beyond. The Evolution is as follows: The AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) is an ad-supported instant messaging and presence computer program, published by AOL, which uses the OSCAR instant messaging protocol and the TOC protocol. ... October is the tenth month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar and one of seven Gregorian months with the length of 31 days. ... 2004 is a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ...

Men -----> Meng -----> Neng

Meng was created by the typo, and Neng was created because when "Meng" is said repeatedly it sounds like "neng neng neng neng." Meng and Neng was said in the halls of Saint Charles Preparatory School, and soon caught on. The Meng spread to other schools in Central Ohio such as the Columbus School for Girls (CSG), and Bishop Watterson High School.


An offshoot of Meng is the Teng. Teng refers to women who have a kinship with Da Meng. A Teng can become temporary Meng if and only if she in the presence of at least three Meng. This is called the "Meng to Teng ratio." In order for two Teng to become Meng, there must be at least 6 Corporeal Meng present.

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A Response to Paul M. Menges Regarding the Ethical Considerations of Providing Polygraph Countermeasures to the Public (2131 words)
Menges states that "some polygraph opponents have gone a step further to advocate the use of countermeasures to defeat polygraph examinations." AntiPolygraph.org does not advocate the use of countermeasures "to defeat polygraph examinations." Our suggestion to anyone suspected of a crime has always been (and remains) to refuse to submit to polygraphic interrogation.
Menges asserts that "[a]ny competent professional conducting psychometric assessments is aware of the limitations and capablilities of the technique in use." But the polygraph community is unable to state the sensitivity and specificity of any particular polygraph technique for any particular application.
Menges and any others who may be interested in the issues he has raised to discuss them on the AntiPolygraph.org message board, where a message thread has been started for this purpose.
Constantine Menges, Freedom's Quiet Warrior (2228 words)
Menges had warned Carter in 1977 that the friendly government in Iran might be overthrown, with the revolution co-opted by Islamic radicals.
In his biography of President Reagan, author Lou Cannon described Menges as one of the president's few aides who believed "that the West should be mobilized to fight communists with their own methods." Cannon called him "one of the most forceful of these polemicists" and "a principled conservative." William F. Buckley Jr.
Though the new kid on the block, Menges' knowledge of the geopolitical situation and his clear conviction that he knew exactly what must be done allowed him to outflank military and civilian leaders who wanted an "in and out" operation.
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