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so this i guess is the place to talk about me by Industria77 on December 1st, 2015, 2:02 pm
theres alot to me, my husband calls them facets, i am a hermaphrodite, i am an inventor, i have lived as a man and as a woman, its important to note, despite how i look, i have never been a man, i just tried to function as one in society. and in both, and every aspect of my life, i am genuine. when i was a man, i was like superman, and now as a woman, i am so fragile i can barely do housework. its not a choice, this is actually explained scientifically.
before, my body ran on adrenaline, and now, i have none at all.
while i never identified as being a man, i have been passionate in both, trying to do everything i could to be the best at whatever i did, be it dishes or laying gravel. note its not that i have ever not known i was a woman, just that i didnt understand how, and while i didnt deny that part of me, i didnt allow it to control the direction my life took. unfortunately, now, i often feel that it in fact my life went the other way, and that living trying to fit into the world as...

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Confessions of a Disgruntled Misanthrope by Anonymous on December 21st, 2011, 9:45 pm
Ludwig Wittgenstein said that explanations have to end somewhere. But, how can we know where that "somewhere" is? The horizon marks the boundary between the earth and sky; and yet, ...well the point is clear. The "somewhere" I seek may just be an artifact of perception, like the horizon. But; first things first: on a personal note I'm such a misanthrope that ordinary social considerations don't matter much to me. This affords me sufficient time to be annoyed and troubled by recondite philosophical questions. I live vicariously through the angst generated by them. Yet, however "recondite", they may be I manage to clothe such questions within my own skin. Psychoanalysts, if there are such people would probably render a dire assessment of my sexual proclivities if they knew how intimately these musings intertwine with my viscera. "Musings" and flatulence, not to mention "arousal" are sometimes hard to distinguish: each churning away under layers...

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Deforestation by kristenlenahan on April 22nd, 2014, 11:12 am
What causes deforestation?
Deforestation is still a major issue around the world. The largest cause of deforestation is agriculture. The need to produce food and provide personally for families is often met by agriculture, causing deforestation. Some agricultural companies use “cut and burn” agriculture which causes the clearing of not only the acres they need, but also a few more acres caused by the spreading fire. Another main cause is logging operations. Logging provides the world’s paper and wood products, but also to build roads. Most road building operations needlessly cut down trees, and are not careful about what vegetation is being destroyed. These operations are still in use, and a main cause of deforestation around the world.

The effects of deforestation on climate change
Forest soils have a specific amount of water and sunlight to be nutrient rich. The taller plants and trees in forests provide shade, so the soil stays wet enough to be of use to the forest. Defor...

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test entry by tk9830 on February 6th, 2011, 6:32 am
well I'm an atheist, materialist and anarchist with strong communal bias. i believe in a non-hierarchical social structure. knowledge without social consciousness is a void letter. there is no such thing as neutral knowledge. well that's a test, so bye
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Poem I by Hendrick Laursen on August 22nd, 2014, 3:19 am
Why we do know not, what is the truth.

How much I regret that, very last day of you
That my philosophy of life, was then due to.
Yours eyes wide open, directed to Sun
A thin line of tears, of your eyes had run.
Orient was dying behind the mountains
Orange was the sky, bemoaning fountains.
Western sky bloody, horizons red
Eastern sky gloomy, like the death's bed.
The truth was naked, ahead of our sight
Just death didn't give you enough might.
Hence you didn't know the prime truth then.
This was why we do, not know the truth.
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