Old 12th July 2004, 00:44   #121
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Hehe, neither on the Pepsi/Coke question. *Gives xzxzzx a high-five*
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Now what would you say to me taming the one-eyed snake aforetime to the high-five?

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Now what would you say to me taming the one-eyed snake aforetime to the high-five?
I hit you in the head. It's called a xzxzzx-high-five.

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Old 12th July 2004, 04:45   #124
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If a person were sent to prision which would be more degrading, Having to give a man a hummer or getting reamed in the behind by that man?
Getting reamed in the behind.

Which is more degrading? Ramming someone in the ass, or having your dick bit off by an unwilling "partner"?

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Old 12th July 2004, 05:07   #125
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Have you ever- no wait.. let me rephrase that. ... How many times have you answered a question with a question?

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I don't know, many times.

Yes, I've bullshitted bullshitters.

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Old 12th July 2004, 05:35   #127
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Old 12th July 2004, 05:37   #128
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Old 12th July 2004, 06:53   #129
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You watch oz too?
I don't know what "oz" is, so probably no.

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I am 3 posts away from forum queen.

Why should people listen to you, xzxzzx?
I thought you were a guy, Mr. "Major Dude".

People should listen to me because I'm right - in other words, they should listen to the argument/statement and think for themselves. If they don't want to think for themselves, then they should listen to me anyway.

(in other words: I'M SMARTER THAN YOU ALL! HAHAHA!)

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Old 12th July 2004, 10:50   #131
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Sean Connery, Roger Moore, George Lazenby, Timothy Dalton or Pierce Brosnan, who's the better Bond? Also, Alias or 24?

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Although I'm not xzxzzx: Sean Connery!!! There is no doubt about that.

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Old 12th July 2004, 12:42   #133
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well, i've allways thought it was Roger Moore.... but anyways.... one of the two

zxxzxzxzxzxzxzzzxzxzxzxzxzxzzxzxzxzxz question: what did you think about Denmark?
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well, i've allways thought it was Roger Moore.... but anyways.... one of the two

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Old 12th July 2004, 12:54   #135
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Old 12th July 2004, 15:09   #136
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Although I'm not xzxzzx: Sean Connery!!! There is no doubt about that.

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Well, I'm all for Brosnan, even though nobody can beat the dumb face Connery makes during the car chase in Dr. No... Moore has a great sense of humour, though...

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Then it's not infinate, and nothing is.
then what's at the end of the universe, at the border?

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Old 12th July 2004, 18:18   #138
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Sean Connery, Roger Moore, George Lazenby, Timothy Dalton or Pierce Brosnan, who's the better Bond? Also, Alias or 24?
Well, when I think "Bond", I think "Pierce Brosnan". However, Sean Connery simply kicks so much ass that it's impossible to pick anyone else.

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xzxzzx question: what did you think about Denmark?
I thought the countryside was beautiful. The women were incredibly attractive - I don't mean to sound like a "chauvinist pig", but they truly were - I was just driving down somewhere in Copenhagen the first day I was there, and I just kept thinking "whoa" as I looked out the window, both at the buildings and the women. The "Scandinavian supermodel" stereotype appears to have more than a little truth in it.

It was intriguing to see buildings that were 400+ years old - I went to Kronborg, and an "Open air museum" (I can't remember the Danish name), which had a bunch of old buildings, which was really cool.

The people seemed friendly, though many of them seemed somewhat embarrassed at speaking English.

I think the public transportation systems are pretty awesome.

Tivoli was pretty cool, too. I also went to the beach, which was just... different. I got a couple awesome photos from there, though.

Many aspects of Denmark were just *different*, and I can't say that I liked or disliked them. I went to the movie theater, and was assigned a seat. I went to the movie concession stand, and it was like a mini candy shop.

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then what's at the end of the universe, at the border?
Nothing. Until you try to perceive it. Then there's something. Physicists would tell you that there is no edge, by the way.

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Haven’t heard of them. Perhaps you're referring to the Who.

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xzxzzx-san ga eiga o mimashita ka.

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how does one become happy?

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xzxzzx-san ga eiga o mimashita ka.
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how does one become happy?
Ah. This I can answer well.

Happiness is overcoming things in persuit of a goal.

Example: You are stranded on a desert island. You decide that you don't want to be stranded, and make a goal of getting off of the island, and back to civilization. If you build a raft, you will be happy. If you find things which will aid you in building that raft, you will be happy, etc.

Of course, that goal must be your goal. If someone forces this upon you, your goal might be to not do that thing - in which case, going towards that goal will not make you happy. Pick an thing you want, a state you want to achive, or any other goal, and work toward it. Making progress will make you happy. The bigger the things to overcome, the better.

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But if setting goals makes you happy and you fail to make the benchmarks to achieve your goal wouldn't that make you sad? Couldn't you find yourself more happy by not having an expectations of yourself and thusly never disappointing yourself?

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No, setting goals doesn't make you happy. Making progress toward goals (while overcoming something) makes you happy.

Example:
"I am going to walk to the store for no reason." (goal)
If you go, you're probably not really overcoming anything.

You always have goals of some sort, unless you do absolutely nothing, or you do everything because someone else wants you to, and both of those situations are not going to make you happy.

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Why does everyone accept what the physicists believe currently, and what everyone else believes currently, without pausing to think that the fact that they (the authorities) have been wrong, or misguided, in some way or another for practically all of human history and that this is the basis for making a very simple, very accurate prediction about further accuracy in the present and future?

Why do people think that they'll approach perfect knowledge from imperfect data? The human mind is highly subjective, incapable of direct thought, consideration of the quadrillions of facts necessary to come to a complete understanding, or even decent memory recall. Are they too flawed to notice?
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Why does everyone accept what the physicists believe currently, and what everyone else believes currently, without pausing to think that the fact that they (the authorities) have been wrong, or misguided, in some way or another for practically all of human history and that this is the basis for making a very simple, very accurate prediction about further accuracy in the present and future?
I don't. I study Biochemistry but I sure don't take everything for granted the professors tell me. The thought that all the quantum theories and everything we assume to know might be wrong occures to me a lot of times and I know plenty of people who think the same. Questioning things that are taken for granted shouldn't be underestimated, a lot of great ideas have derived from that

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Excellent statement, Mia, although my question was more directed to our thread-progenitor, who seems to think that keeping abreast of the latest scientific developments and understandings is keeping right.

He needs a disclaimer.
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I know but I needed to add my 2 cents to that topic since I'm an aspiring scientist.

*keeping my mouth shut from now on*

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Xzxzzx, why is the term called "2 cents" instead of some other term? I thought it was rather strange that people say "and that is my 2 cents", like Mia.
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Xzxzzx, why is the term called "2 cents" instead of some other term? I thought it was rather strange that people say "and that is my 2 cents", like Mia.
I would like to know the same thing as I just realized through horse-fly's question that I have picked up that saying through the forum, there's no equivalent to this saying in German.

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I would like to know the same thing as I just realized through horse-fly's question that I have picked up that saying through the forum, there's no equivalent to this saying in German.

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I would like to know why there is no equivalent to this saying in German.

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Well, my Merriam-Webster's dictioanry has "two cents" listed in it...

1 : a sum or object of very small value : practically nothing <said angrily that for two cents he'd punch your nose> <realized it was my mistake and felt like two cents>
2 or two cents worth : an opinion offered on a topic under discussion <giving each speaker the feeling that he is getting in his two cents worth— Dwight MacDonald>



And I found this online:

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Poker games often required a small bet to be made by a new player before they could join the game. Notionally offering two cents (or two bits) late came to be used as a way of entering your opinion in a conversation



But that's just my two-fifths of a nickel.

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And I found this online:

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Poker games often required a small bet to be made by a new player before they could join the game. Notionally offering two cents (or two bits) late came to be used as a way of entering your opinion in a conversation
Are you saying we would have the saying in Germany if we played more poker??

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Are you saying we would have the saying in Germany if we played more poker??
No, but you might have two Euro's worth...

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Are you saying we would have the saying in Germany if we played more poker??
Same thing I thought when I read the explanation...but we don't have specific sayings from "Skat" either which was played a lot a few decades ago at least. Maybe we just don't make a lot of comments and keep quiet so a saying like that never developed

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