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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    I have no idea what sort of people could live exclusively on Bitter Kas and dark chocolate, but people who perpetually feed on cakes and honey are nourishing a totally repulsive and disgusting monster in themselves
    They were in hospital recently. The bile had flooded the rest of their wizened body.

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    Not much of anything new & exciting

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    I have always preferred the version I would listen to as a very little kid


    only you..................





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    I learnt that the song I posted above now sounds so horrible to me, that don't expect me to do anything else but just posting this one anything beyond just posting this one:

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    What I learned ? That the love/hate relationsip between USA/France is fascinating to me.
    Magna Veritas


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    Quote Originally Posted by oakpope View Post
    What I learned ? That the love/hate relationsip between USA/France is fascinating to me.
    You know something funny?

    France--out of all the other countries--ranked second highest in the category of "have a positive view towards Americans."

    I know--it surprises me, too.

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    Winston Churchill was an accomplished bricklayer.



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    "The best critic"... Good riddance.

    http://movies.yahoo.com/blogs/movie-...225253026.html

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    @ SW...Yes he was,

    didn't they coin the term 'Professional Gold Bricker'
    after his phenomenal ability?

    @ JB and mon ami Le Oakie...and we owe it all to the consumption of French Fries.
    See, supersizing does pay off.

    @ JP....I have love Puget sound and especially Seattle since I lived there in 1971-72.
    It's changed quite a bit but still one of my 5 favorite cities in the world...Uh, do we
    want to ask where you were back then? lol.

    @ Carlito B....Elvis? oh my god...please remove the sebum from your ears.

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    Seeing the exquisite performance of Darius Milhaud's "Oresteia of Aeschylus" on Thursday night in Ann Arbor...

    I learned that I can not only like opera, but feel entirely embraced by the experience.
    Capitalize when needed. Did you help your Uncle Jack off a horse, or help your uncle jack off a horse?
    AMY'S BOSS: Sorry, I need to lay you and Jack off. AMY: Can you just jack off? I feel like shit today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post

    @ Carlito B....Elvis? oh my god...please remove the sebum from your ears.
    Remove the booger from whatever you are Left for eyes: I said I would just post the link as a response, not actually listen to it-. Besides, I am posting from my notebook, and can't hear a thing from anything posted on YouTube (which means I can hear whatever comes through any other site, so that you exercise your sense of plain everday evryman's logic while you are reading a perfectly regular piece of your own mother language among my shatterish debris of yack...)

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    @Lefty, Frankfrank, and EastofEden in one spot...Oakpope, you, too, although I respect the fact that there might be a language barrier.

    May I ask you four gentlemen a question, since you all three are INFPs? My question is--does the following make sense to you? Supposedly, it's a trait that only INFPs have.

    If it makes sense, how would you put it in your own words?

    Fi is a very complex process that is hard to define in words. Even INFPs have a difficult time explaining it because it is quite intangible and happens in the viscera instead of the head. Trust your heart above all else is the motto of the INFP. It is a very complex reasoning process that remains mysterious to neuroscientists and artificial intelligence researchers. It has to do with assigning meaning, value, worth and emotions to ideas, objects, and feelings themselves. It is very subjective and every INFP has their own individual version of the function that has been shaped by their life experiences and innate tendencies. It makes INFPs strong moralists and gives them a sense of absolute right and wrong. This process is very different from that of the INTPs because it is not concerned with creating universal ethical principles but weighing ideas by the quality of their subjective feeling tones. Fi deals with abstract ideals so it is never satisfied with particular “imperfect” instances in the real world. INFPs are just as likely to judge themselves as they judge others. This may result in unrealistic grandiosity or chronic low self-esteem depending on the distance between their ideal self and actual self. Emotions are experienced as states of the self and can be internalized into the person’s self-image. They believe feelings are at their essence so they are more likely to think “I am mad” instead of “I have anger I need to deal with”
    Last edited by JohannBessler; April 5th, 2013 at 01:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post

    If it makes sense, how would you put it in your own words?

    Fi is a very complex process that is hard to define in words. Even INFPs have a difficult time explaining it because it is quite intangible and happens in the viscera instead of the head. Trust your heart above all else is the motto of the INFP. It is a very complex reasoning process that remains mysterious to neuroscientists and artificial intelligence researchers. It has to do with assigning meaning, value, worth and emotions to ideas, objects, and feelings themselves. It is very subjective and every INFP has their own individual version of the function that has been shaped by their life experiences and innate tendencies. It makes INFPs strong moralists and gives them a sense of absolute right and wrong. This process is very different from that of the INTPs because it is not concerned with creating universal ethical principles but weighing ideas by the quality of their subjective feeling tones. Fi deals with abstract ideals so it is never satisfied with particular “imperfect” instances in the real world. INFPs are just as likely to judge themselves as they judge others. This may result in unrealistic grandiosity or chronic low self-esteem depending on the distance between their ideal self and actual self. Emotions are experienced as states of the self and can be internalized into the person’s self-image. They believe feelings are at their essence so they are more likely to think “I am mad” instead of “I have anger I need to deal with”
    That described most punctually the average joe of every country and era. Shall I elaborate?

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    Moi,

    Moi is average? Fraught with emotional garbage? Pompous and yet insecure?
    Suffering from delusions of grandiosity and or low self esteem? Condemned to
    a life of shallow emotional instability, incapable of intermixing fact, experience
    and logic to parse my future agenda? Forced to live a soap opera and reality
    show existence whilst the real word passes me by?

    Let us start the inquiry with your delineation of your question...
    May I ask you four (04) gentlemen a question, since you all three (03) are INFPs?
    Please explain to this alleged INFP.

    Interesting hypothesis, specious naturally but, interesting none the less.
    You say I am an INFP. How do we know that?

    BTW, yes friend Johann, I am, somewhat, yanking your chain

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    Lefty was in Seattle in 70's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oakpope View Post
    What I learned ? That the love/hate relationsip between USA/France is fascinating to me.
    WHY couldn't you have made Liberty a Dude???

    http://www.justusboys.com/forum/signaturepics/sigpic216959_1.gif

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    ^ Alas Bartholdi was straight
    He married his wife in the US
    Magna Veritas


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    Let us start the inquiry with your delineation of your question...

    Please explain to this alleged INFP.

    Interesting hypothesis, specious naturally but, interesting none the less.
    You say I am an INFP. How do we know that?

    BTW, yes friend Johann, I am, somewhat, yanking your chain
    You told me about a year ago, puppydog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oakpope View Post
    ^ Alas Bartholdi was straight
    He married his wife in the US
    What a stupid thing to say, even as a joke: all things ideally paid respect through lip-service but outraged in fact, must be personified by those who are treated so in real life, that is, women.

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    I've come to accept that no matter what i do and no matter how much training i put my dog through

    he hates other dogs...

    a dilemma but i loves him.




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    Quote Originally Posted by PreTTy PeTe View Post
    I've come to accept that no matter what i do and no matter how much training i put my dog through

    he hates other dogs...

    a dilemma but i loves him.
    What's the dilemma, grilling him or grilling for him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    What's the dilemma, grilling him or grilling for him?
    the dilemma is when i walk the little shit he goes crazy when he sees another dog.




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    Quote Originally Posted by PreTTy PeTe View Post
    the dilemma is when i walk the little shit he goes crazy when he sees another dog.
    So you are one of those gay spinsters petting a doggie... kjwte

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    I'm going to try to watch this movie tonight.

    I hope it won't be too harrowing ( I got bored watching 'Babel'). IMBD says the directior kept the cameras away from the affluent 'Triangle' part of BCN


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    Another Bird Flu outbreak in China.

    WTF is it with these people and poultry? Do they cook it before eating it? Do they sleep with the chickens? Do the fuck them? What the cluck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrock-JD View Post
    Another Bird Flu outbreak in China.....
    Kulindahr told us last year that his university ecology course told him that diseases always spread from high-polulation areas outwards.…

    … Therefore …

    Asia has produced more disease than any other continent throughout the history of the planet. And they continue to do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    What a stupid thing to say, even as a joke: all things ideally paid respect through lip-service but outraged in fact, must be personified by those who are treated so in real life, that is, women.
    I agree it is a stupid thing to say that all ideals must be portrait as women. David is more Beauty to me than Venus
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    Quote Originally Posted by oakpope View Post
    I agree it is a stupid thing to say that all ideals must be portrait as women. David is more Beauty to me than Venus
    And where on Hell did I say anything even remotely in line with what you quoted from me?

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    ^Belamo, it was your use of the word 'ideal'.

    There was that 19th century practise of using women to representing abstract notions in statuary

    viz Liberty, Faith, Industry, Nation, etc,
    Last edited by pat grimshaw; April 5th, 2013 at 04:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    So you are one of those gay spinsters petting a doggie... kjwte
    my dog is insane and I love him





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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    And where on Hell did I say anything even remotely in line with what you quoted from me?
    "And where on Hell did I say anything even remotely in line with what YOU SAID CONCERNING WHAT you quoted from me?"

    I truly should avoid reading and posting responses on this site like I did everywhere else: the shattered English in my mind is not even focused on this shit anymore.
    I joined this place in 2005 because I felt lost and could not get focused in my studies and my "career". I may have been passing to the other side of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    ^belamo, it was your use of the word 'ideal'.

    There was that 19th century practise of using women to representing abstract notions in statuary

    viz Liberty, Faith, Industry, Nation, etc,
    Exactly: because REAL women were not worth a shit and did not have any REAL bearing on a male chauvinist world, it was easy to use their figures to represent all those conceptions that were ideally good and revered, but had equally no real bearing (not the way the concept itself purportedly conveyed) in the real male chauvinist world. Women felt flattered in their pride and men felt eased in their male chauvinist peace of mind.
    Today it happens still more about mere looks than more intellectualoid concepts, but it's all still basically and very much exactly the same.

    Although in languages other than that morphologically indigent English, there may be an excuse in that the names have genres and, therefore, those abstract concepts can be personified in anthropomorphic gender according to their linguistic gender.
    Last edited by belamo; April 5th, 2013 at 04:19 PM.

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    I've not much use for a crack pipe.

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    Just that i am wonderful, but then i knew that already.
    "You may only be one person to the world, but you may also be the world to one person"
    - anonymous quote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    ...Although in languages other than that morphologically indigent English, there may be an excuse in that the names have genres and, therefore, those abstract concepts can be personified in anthropomorphic gender according to their linguistic gender.
    Yes, I come from the morphologically indigent English, so i'm amazed that other languages split inanimate objects into genders.

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    I'm still trying to understand how this gif works.

    Can a motor car be male in one country and change gender when they're driven across the border?


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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    Yes, I come from the morphologically indigent English, so i'm amazed that other languages split inanimate objects into genders.

    As amazing as the fact that English single vowels are actually pronounced as two (Simple English version).
    As amazing as the fact that English vowels are in fact uttered as diphtongs (plain English version).

    Or the fact that people speaking a language that makes them "lisp" when pronouncing properly "thing", "path", "through" or "thumb" finds that people uttering the same sound in a different language are the ones funnily "lisping".

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    I'm still trying to understand how this gif works.

    Can a motor car be male in one country and change gender when they're driven across the border?

    I hate gendered language forms.

    I'm hoping for a Directive from Brussels to eliminate them. We'd be off to a good start.
    Americans need to keep their guns so they can protect themselves from gun violence just like Nancy Lanza did. And like Chris Kyle did. And like Gabby Giffords did. And like Tom Clements did. And like Michael Piemonte.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bankside View Post
    I hate gendered language forms. ..
    My federal government is determined to eliminate gender. (Well apart from that '9-month incident'). But apart from those 9-months, the late-21st century Australian male will be indistinguishable from the late-21st century Australian female.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    Kulindahr told us last year that his university ecology course told him that diseases always spread from high-polulation areas outwards.…

    … Therefore …

    Asia has produced more disease than any other continent throughout the history of the planet. And they continue to do so.
    Very interesting. Isolated, backwoods redneck people don't get sick as much. They die from bullet wounds, alcohol poisoning and butter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BENDERBOY View Post
    Just that i am wonderful, but then i knew that already.
    I've been saying that all along, tbaft.

    I've learned that I just missed you by minutes.

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    I learned that obfuscation as a trap doesn't work well in the long term.
    Magna Veritas


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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    I'm still trying to understand how this gif works.

    Can a motor car be male in one country and change gender when they're driven across the border?

    Gender in words in languages does not mean it has a physical sex or is the physical sex it is. It often depends on what the word's ending, prefix, suffix or infix is, so it changes according to the rules within the same group of words with the same ending, prefix, suffix, or infix.


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    Quote Originally Posted by oakpope View Post
    I learned that obfuscation as a trap doesn't work well in the long term.
    I think Abraham Lincoln is often quoted as saying ""You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time."


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    I was configuring someone's new iPad via iTunes on my laptop, and didn't realise I'd synced my photos in my Photos folder into their iPad. I was checking it after the sync and couldn't remove any of the pictures manually there. It has to be unsynced via the laptop. I don't keep compromising pics in that folder luckily


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    What Colfer "really" sounds like:

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    Quote Originally Posted by star-warrior View Post
    Gender in words in languages does not mean it has a physical sex or is the physical sex it is. It often depends on what the word's ending, prefix, suffix or infix is, so it changes according to the rules within the same group of words with the same ending, prefix, suffix, or infix.
    Lingustic gender sundering is only an invitation to a further, cultural sundering of the whole world, whether genitalized or not.

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