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hashtag elaborate revision compiles over 70,000 miles by Anonymous on July 15th, 2014, 8:58 am
where ealier this month i mentioned the idea of additional point(*s) should be standard tools of measurement, this is to clearify what was implied... after all, i can only expect you to do all the work i need done for what i want to be true if you're gonna do what you need to do for what you want to be true... its really the ideal stoic epiphany: everyone subscribes to cynicism, and for whatever the choice to double down on it is, we have no choice in the matter...
anywho... the idea is simple... put a point, a dot... a place to stand... outside of the area of the 2D image of the shape... to imagine looking at the shape from that place to stand... you would see a line... if you proport the relationship of the length of the shape and the distance of the point from the shape... then you can relate a rational depth to the image of a shape... you just have to remember that the 2D shape is one of an infinite number of slices of that loaf...
regulators... mount up... what if you add other exotic...

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FUUUUUUUUUUUDGE by Anonymous on January 29th, 2012, 9:53 am
Really though....censoring on private messages?! lame lame LAME.
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The End Of Peace -1914 by Anonymous on February 12th, 2014, 3:18 pm
Margaret MacMillan, author of the block buster book Paris 1919, has come out with a new book, The War That Ended Peace. It Is about the first world war, which ended the peace that had endured through most of the nineteenth century and into the beginning of the twentieth century. However, I'm wondering how peaceful were things in the world if it ended in a world war?

One of McMillan's arguments is that WWI was not necessarily inevitable, that it didn't have to happen. Well, I don't think it was a random event or an accident. It happened for a reason. The world, especially Europe, had reached a tipping point centered around issues that nations were incapable of addressing in a peaceful or political manner. As a result unresolved tensions had built up. The result was a violent confrontation between nations and societies, like that of tectonic plates crashing into each other, releasing tension, eventually causing a seismic event.

Wars are made up of underlying currents like the weather,...

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Philosophers Stone by Anonymous on March 9th, 2014, 11:24 pm
I believe I can composite the nucleus for a philosophers stone,given the proper time,help & common sense believability?... My theory derive's from the polarization of planetary magnetization of our solar system's gravitation pull into the sun,as well as the composite nucleus of the chemical compositions I've derived too make this metamorphous happen,& comments would be greatly welcome?...
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What's it coming to? by Anonymous on November 10th, 2015, 3:12 am
So i want to start off by saying, I am new at this. I was talking to a buddy of mine, and they said, "Why not find a discussion board and vent". Lol, i thought why not? So basically, I sit here everyday, and see the world around me. It is like everyone is controlled or manipulated. Everywhere you turn, there is a brand, a group, or random people telling you to, "live like this, act like this, look like this". I am not sure who it got to be this way, but it is absolutely ridiculous. I mean come on! This is suppose to be a "free country" That is absolutely a crock of S#@%! The only thing "free", is..... well nothing. There is a price for everything. I am only 32 yrs. old, so as some people say I am still a young one. Well young or not, I am by far not ignorant. I see how things are. I am not blind to my surroundings. The only place you actually can find some kind of "freedom", is your own mind. Only problem with that is, it has started to...

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