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    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v 1.2)

    Why my Latin teacher insists on mailing us our homework and making us print it ourselves, I will never know. Does she not know how expensive ink is? What the heck are my grandmother's taxes paying...
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    Sticky: Poll: Important Re: POLL: Membership this affects you!

    I've never used any. Not much point, at least on this forum (though automatic coloring of hyperlinks would be good, if you did implement a removal).
  3. Re: E-Cigarrettes: Are they safer? if so, is 'soft touch' regulation appropriate?

    Ahh. I suppose that's sensible.
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    I'm really not certain what possible purpose those could serve. Are they just even more impractical and use-impaired than regular E-smokes?
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    Re: Prayers for healing of a blood clot

    This saddens me, as my father died by a blood clot in his leg (which spread to his lung, because he wasn't very bright and didn't seem to think that 4 years of medical school on the part of the...
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    Re: Gods as Metaphors

    I more meant in the sense of being capable of providing energy lending, much like a metaphysical bank (they give you lots of power when you need it, you give them a slow and steady stream of power...
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    Re: Gods as Metaphors

    I have quite the opposing view; namely, that all gods ever commonly worshiped are real, as far as being metaphysical entities. They are not metaphors.

    Also, I'm fairly certain that the 'gods are...
  8. Re: E-Cigarrettes: Are they safer? if so, is 'soft touch' regulation appropriate?

    Actually, that's factually untrue on pretty much every level. See our resident sea witch for further guidance.
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    Re: Whatcha thinking about now?

    I really, really wish my foot had more sensation. It's really bothering me, so I'm just sort of rubbing it on the carpet.
  10. Re: E-Cigarrettes: Are they safer? if so, is 'soft touch' regulation appropriate?

    Well, to be fair, so are those types that can't go a day without their cup of coffee. Everything in moderation.
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    Re: Family (health) Curses

    Oh, so you didn't mean... Well, it's a valid assumption on this forum! In any case, my mother and my father both had schizoaffective disorder, my father's only discovered shortly before his death....
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    Sticky: Re: Whatcha Eatin'?

    Ahhhh, pickles. Wish I had one. Not so much the Doritos, though. I just went to Chickfille; chicken strips are as satisfying as usual. You can really tell how they stay in business without opening...
  13. Re: E-Cigarrettes: Are they safer? if so, is 'soft touch' regulation appropriate?

    I find vaping disagreeable on about the same level as I do strong coffee; it would be morally objectionable for me to do it, because it involves a mind altering chemical, but I don't normally care if...
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    Re: Family (health) Curses

    I think that oftentimes that's a sort of side effect of having a family be strong souled on the whole; it often attracts less desirable spirits that prey on the least defensible members of the...
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    Re: Dungeons And Dragons Discussion Thread

    If anyone is interested in play by post, alongside a satirical webcomic on the intricacies of the system, you have; http://www.giantitp.com/forums/forum.php, for all of your dungeons and dragons...
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    Re: Juvenile offenders & life sentances

    I don't know, my younger cousin sometimes gets this shifty look in his eyes...
    (but really, I'd consider the word 'murder' rather inaccurate until at least four or five, with an unusually mature...
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    Re: Sociopaths: Can They Be Cured

    Even if it could be cured, should it be cured? While it is certainly a detriment in modern society, should you really muck around with people's personalities like that, especially if it's a...
  18. Re: Planned Parenthood Protesters Tell 3-Year-Olds “They Kill Babies”

    I mean, it would be a tad absurd if it was otherwise.
    "If you say the F word in front of my child, I'll sue!"
    "If you show my child the dismembered body of a human fetus, I won't be able to sue!"...
  19. Re: Planned Parenthood Protesters Tell 3-Year-Olds “They Kill Babies”

    I'm fairly certain that would be considered obscenity? I'm not quite certain, though.
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    Re: Tabloid Journalism, Is It Real News

    Being apathetic is the worst thing you can do, other than doing something that actively (rather than passively) harms someone else, because it is the epitome of self harm, in my perspective. At very...
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    Re: Juvenile offenders & life sentances

    Actually, the original saying in Hebrew translates more as "No more than an Eye for an Eye"; essentially, regular vengeance is fine, but not disproportionate vengeance.

    No matter if regular...
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    Re: Tabloid Journalism, Is It Real News

    Ah, but better misinformed than apathetic ;)
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    Re: What Types of Divination Do You Do?

    I mostly roll thirty-three 'three sided dice' (in reality six sided dice with doubled numbers), or roll a three sided die thirty three times, and then count the number of threes rolled. It doesn't...
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    Re: What happens when you die?

    Reincarnation. But likely not reincarnation on this world, particularly if you're spiritually advanced. Essentially, souls kep moving up to higher forms of life, and since we're among the highest, we...
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    Re: Angry All The Time

    Actually, don't give into your anger. Doing so makes you feel good in the short term, but ends up hard wiring your brain to need release for the anger, which makes you more prone to going ballistic...
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