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    Today, 12:03 AM
    Nah, I thought U were mad bro. Ur acting cranky often.
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    Yesterday, 10:20 PM
    I Imagine land mine deaths are relatively rare, uncle Oyarde. Probably mostly from mines people forgot about when they left the fronts in the 40s.
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    Yesterday, 10:17 PM
    Then you should've used that instead of the silly anime-ish term "hara kari",yes?:)
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    Yesterday, 07:04 PM
    "hara kiri" is just used in comics. The word traditionally used by samurai and classical(pre-modern) Japanese military is seppuku. The disgraced soldier would cut open his belly and his second would cut off his head for the final death blow assurance.
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    Yesterday, 06:34 PM
    IDR who it was that said that affluence and lack of real struggle and strife would corrupt the youth(probably some Greek), but they seem to have been right. :P
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    Yesterday, 05:13 PM
    Yeah,but he was too lazy to do honest work and Engels sponsored everything he wrote.:p ETA: someone beat me to it-
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    Yesterday, 04:49 PM
    This has never helped me-and I'm ridiculously active. :( Perhaps it's the lack of variety? (I'm active in relatively few things, but very much so when I do them) I'll try this too. ~hugs~
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    Yesterday, 03:01 PM
    Check out the related thing krugmanator posted earlier in the thread. It's interesting: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/history-says-home-real-estate-is-a-bad-investment/
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    Yesterday, 02:44 PM
    You'd think eduardo would be nice enough to ice it down...I guess he's more selfish than the average Catholic boy...
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    07-26-2017, 11:47 PM
    +rep Great piece everyone should read^^
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    07-26-2017, 11:27 PM
    Who'dathunkit? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diddl DiddlFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Diddl is a German comic strip created by German artist Thomas Goletz in 1990. Diddl is a white Jumping Mouse, with big ears and large pink-soled feet allowing him to jump large distances. Diddl and his friends are featured on various sorts of products such as stationery and collectibles, and also in a range of plush dolls and toys manufactured by Depesche. In Austria, Diddl was a highly popular cartoon character, together with its host of characters. List of charactersedit]The series' characters reside in the fictional 'Cheesecakeland', where the soil, rocks and walls are made of cheese but otherwise seems very similar to Earth with deserts, rivers, and even a moon.
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    07-26-2017, 11:21 PM
    WHY ARE YOU DODGING THE QUESTION? WHO ARE YOU PROTECTING?
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    07-26-2017, 10:59 PM
    WRT LIFESKILLS-CONTINUING WORK ON VECTOR HAIR ILLUSTRATION TOADY. IT'S A TRICKY ONE. THERE'S NO ONE WAY TO DO IT, SO I'M EXPERIMENTING A LOT. ALSO, PAYING BILLS.
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    07-26-2017, 10:55 PM
    Well? Who was it, Texan? You're cranky. :(
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    07-26-2017, 10:52 PM
    They're mostly gibberish words-they mean the same as in English, except for Danke.
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    07-26-2017, 10:50 PM
    +1
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    07-26-2017, 10:24 PM
    Nigerian? What Nigerian?We've got a Greek for sure,but IDK of a Nigerian...
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    07-26-2017, 10:19 PM
    I bet that's danke. Sounds like the way he expresses his bountiful love for us. <3 :)
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    07-26-2017, 10:14 PM
    LOL.:D I added the last line about 30 seconds later. Dayumn, who threw sand in your vagina? ETA... @TheTexan still hasn't reveled the thrower of sand in his vagina...this is a mystery we must solve because we can't have our Texan being cranky all the time like this...
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    07-26-2017, 10:10 PM
    He's not on mine anymore.:( Do you think he doesn't love me anymore?:eek::(:'(
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    07-26-2017, 07:27 PM
    HIS NAME MEANS "THANK YOU" IN GERMAN, SO IT'S PRETTY POPULAR. THE PHRASE "DANKE FUR ALLES" MEANS "THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING".
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    07-26-2017, 04:46 PM
    Nestorianism is a heresy, for one. https://orthodoxwiki.org/Nestorianism Nestorianism is a Christological heresy which originated in the Church in the 5th century out of an attempt to rationally explain and understand the incarnation of the divine Logos, the Second Person of the Holy Trinity as the man Jesus Christ. Nestorianism teaches that the human and divine essences of Christ are separate and that there are two persons, the man Jesus Christ and the divine Logos, which dwelt in the man. Thus, Nestorians reject such terminology as "God suffered" or "God was crucified", because they believe that the man Jesus Christ suffered. Likewise, they reject the term Theotokos (Giver of birth to God) for the Virgin Mary, using instead the term Christotokos (giver of birth to Christ) or Anthropotokos (giver of birth to a man). Origins of NestorianismNestorian ideas were first developed in the writings of Diodore of Tarsus against the heresy of Apollinarius. In refuting Apollinarianism, Diodore wrote that at the time of the Incarnation and after the Incarnation, the Divine and human natures of Jesus Christ were divided to such an extent that there was complete independence of natures and no union whatsoever. These ideas were further developed by Theodore of Mopsuestia (c.350-429), a scholar in the Antochian tradition. Theodore taught that the human and Divine natures of Christ were so completely separate that there was only contact between them, but no union of any kind. In developing his ideas, Theodore wrote that the Man Jesus was born of the Virgin Mary completely naturally and with all faults of men, and that God the Logos (Word), having foreknown the Man's triumph over sin, chose to redeem the human race through Him by becoming united with Him by Grace from the time of His conception. Because of His triumph over sin, the Man Jesus was made worthy of being called Son of God at the time of the Theophany. Then, after His complete triumph over sin during His passion, He was united even more closely with the Divine Logos, becoming God's tool for the salvation of mankind. Based on these ideas, Theodore was the first to be opposed to the use of language applying to God as a description of Jesus Christ. Thus, he was opposed to the terms "God was crucified", "God suffered", or "God was born", because, he believed, only the Man Jesus was born and God dwelt in the Man Jesus. For this reason, Theodore called Jesus the Theophoros (Bearer of God). He was also opposed to the term Theotokos (Giver of birth to God) for the Virgin Mary, because, he taught, she gave birth only to the Man Jesus. Theodore's beliefs were quite heretical, since, if taken to their logical conclusion, they deny redemption and salvation; if only the Man Jesus suffered on the Cross and died for the sins of men, then how does the suffering of a man redeem the human race? Nestorianism as a public teachingNestorian ideas were originally confined to the writings of Diodore, Theodore of Mopsuestia and their close followers in Antioch. However, in 428, Emperor Theodore II called the Antiochian Priest-monk Nestorius, known for his zeal, to come to Constantinople. Nestorius, who brought with him the Priest Anastasius was made Archbishop of Constantinople. In a series of homilies in Constantinople, Anastasius denied the existence of one Theandric Person (The Godman) in Jesus Christ, teaching in Him a division of persons, and attacked the use of the term Theotokos, using instead the term Anthropotokos. This was quite controversial, since the Constantinopolitan faithful were acustomed to using the term Theotokos for the Virgin Mary. To defend Anastasius, Nestorius also said a series of homilies, preaching the teachings of Theodore of Mopsuestia, though using the term Christotokos instead of Anthropotokos. Constantinopolitan theologians rose up against the teachings of Nestorius and accused him of preaching the heresy of Paul of Samosata (see Antitrinitarianism). Nestorius then...
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    07-25-2017, 11:23 PM
    Well,what else do you hope to get? Killing the killer won't bring yourloved one(s) back to life. It just makes you a killer, and no justice is done. Justice=compensating a victim. Nothing more, nothing less. (except, as we discussed prior, those instances such as when a person is demonstrably so dangerous they have to be institutionalized to protect specific people or society generally)
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    07-25-2017, 09:31 PM
    I prefer Dosoevsky myself.I didn't find War and Peace particularly interesting and never finished it. Tolstoy's the most over-rated of the well-known Russian writers IMHO and I'd SWAG either Bulgakov or Akhmotova to be the most under-rated.
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    07-25-2017, 05:53 PM
    Rosie Palm doesn't count as a girl. ;) Now you know you're still a virgin.
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    07-25-2017, 04:45 PM
    Been having a lot of problems sleeping lately and IDK why. :/ And when I do fall asleep I typically wake up at around 4 AM for no reason. :eek: No pharma drugs, plz. Thnx. ~hugs~
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