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  1. :matte-motes-bashful-cute-2:
  2. The name of the game is Second Life, not Second Chance. 2¢ This is a fantasy, no matter how you slice it. If you can't let your mind and heart run wild with your own fantasy... Ironically, it's not so much different from our first life. No matter who you are or what you do, people will love you and people will hate you. Just be who you want to be.
  3. Prejudiced may be a strong word in this context. I have a hunch the person you quoted is speaking from a perspective of practical design, supply and demand, however aloof their expression of such concepts, if I may be so presumptuous. I feel though you have touched on an important point pertaining to polyamory. I do not perceive that any prejudice for or against it is exclusive to any singular doctrine. I'm biased, perhaps, because it's an enduring appetite of my own, despite my spirituality. Aside from any social and psychological challenges associated with the practice is the issue of practicality when discussing it in terms of this medium.
  4. Tex Monday wrote: I'm sorry...I was distracted by your ENORMOUS B00BS!!!! Were you saying something??? ...and here I was self-conscious about my freckles. :matte-motes-bashful-cute:
  5. Perrie Juran wrote: RudolphFarquhar wrote: Perrie Juran wrote: Well, didn't the UK give us Boy George? At least he could sing without the aural equivalent of photoshopping. **********Rudi********** True. I know I'd rather listen to Mogan Freeman talk me through masturbation than hearing Taylor Swift sing. So I'm guessing Boy George wouldn't be out of the question either? :smileylol:
  6. RudolphFarquhar wrote: Anjevia wrote: America does make some pretty good stuff. just need to make more of it Right, the world needs more Britneys and Mileys . . . **********Rudi********** ETA Perhaps to emphasise the sarcasm I should have inserted "civilised" into that sentence. ETA Or perhaps replaced "world" with "UK". ETA At least we have managed to get you to accept the One Direction deportees. Gosh and people think the French are rude... :matte-motes-mad: RudolphFarquhar wrote: Vania Chaplin wrote: To me regular = metric. Are you talking about that old imperial measures, used by a single country in the world? :smileytongue: You talk about regularity, when it is obvious that base ten number system is a redundantly complex antiquated basis for any serious analytical purposes? There are 10 types of people in this world, the people that use binary and the computationally handicapped. **********Rudi********** ETA There are at least two countries where imperial measures rule, even if one of them can't even get the definition of a pint right! Well, now you're just being silly. RudolphFarquhar wrote: Knowl Paine wrote: A 14mm wrench is great for a rusty 9/16 bolt and a 1/2 is great for a rusty 14mm bolt. I have a standardised set of tools for such situations. A big ******* hammer and a ******* sharp chisel. **********Rudi********** That doesn't sound like fixing... :matte-motes-silly:
  7. Knowl Paine wrote: Metric is ok but if you ever need to repair anything in the real world, you're going to need a standard and metric tool set. Then there is the question of how many sizes should there be? A 14mm wrench is great for a rusty 9/16 bolt and a 1/2 is great for a rusty 14mm bolt. I see two points worth touching on the watermelons. Mathematicians don't understand watermelons and I forget my second point. Something distracted me. America does make some pretty good stuff. just need to make more of it :matte-motes-tongue:
  8. Regular truckload or metric? =D
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