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Re: Advances in artificially made organisms
« Reply #150 on: July 26, 2012, 09:58:47 am »
Apologies for the whole trolling and dumb arguement, i just want this thread to die really and be a buried relic of what was once trollbear and detatch it from myself.

His point seems to be that by taking Nature's terms and doing what Nature directed with them, humanity has violated Nature's terms and is therefore inferior to all other animals.

Yes, finally someone can decipher my mindless babbling behind a real point, thats what i am getting at.

If you want the thread to die, say so and ignore it. Continuing with assbaggery within it will only have the opposite effect.

Im assured that it WILL die eventually, but while its alive i may as well milk it for private lulz

That will not endear you to us. Or at least me. I'd rather you have an honest conversation.

Ok then, the cards are on the table, what do you want to talk about.

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Re: Advances in artificially made organisms
« Reply #151 on: July 26, 2012, 10:06:18 am »
Apologies for the whole trolling and dumb arguement, i just want this thread to die really and be a buried relic of what was once trollbear and detatch it from myself.

His point seems to be that by taking Nature's terms and doing what Nature directed with them, humanity has violated Nature's terms and is therefore inferior to all other animals.

Yes, finally someone can decipher my mindless babbling behind a real point, thats what i am getting at.

If you want the thread to die, say so and ignore it. Continuing with assbaggery within it will only have the opposite effect.

Im assured that it WILL die eventually, but while its alive i may as well milk it for private lulz

That will not endear you to us. Or at least me. I'd rather you have an honest conversation.

Ok then, the cards are on the table, what do you want to talk about.

At the moment? It's 6 am and I got about 3 hours sleep. I'm only awake because I know if I went back to sleep, I'd be out til 11. So, not a whole lot. I was responding to your posts. You seem to have potential as someone I would have interesting conversations with as long as you're not milking them for personal lulz. Otherwise I'm ok with going with the flow.
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Re: Advances in artificially made organisms
« Reply #152 on: July 26, 2012, 10:13:08 am »
Apologies for the whole trolling and dumb arguement, i just want this thread to die really and be a buried relic of what was once trollbear and detatch it from myself.

His point seems to be that by taking Nature's terms and doing what Nature directed with them, humanity has violated Nature's terms and is therefore inferior to all other animals.

Yes, finally someone can decipher my mindless babbling behind a real point, thats what i am getting at.

If you want the thread to die, say so and ignore it. Continuing with assbaggery within it will only have the opposite effect.

Im assured that it WILL die eventually, but while its alive i may as well milk it for private lulz

That will not endear you to us. Or at least me. I'd rather you have an honest conversation.

Ok then, the cards are on the table, what do you want to talk about.

At the moment? It's 6 am and I got about 3 hours sleep. I'm only awake because I know if I went back to sleep, I'd be out til 11. So, not a whole lot. I was responding to your posts. You seem to have potential as someone I would have interesting conversations with as long as you're not milking them for personal lulz. Otherwise I'm ok with going with the flow.

Its 11 am here, and Ive been a lazy bugger sleeping in for longer than i usually should, I'm sure i do have potential and i would like to be a more "respectable" member of this community but it will be difficult changing to adapt to a new environment in which shenanigans don't earn you anything.

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Re: Advances in artificially made organisms
« Reply #153 on: July 26, 2012, 10:15:55 am »
Apologies for the whole trolling and dumb arguement, i just want this thread to die really and be a buried relic of what was once trollbear and detatch it from myself.

His point seems to be that by taking Nature's terms and doing what Nature directed with them, humanity has violated Nature's terms and is therefore inferior to all other animals.

Yes, finally someone can decipher my mindless babbling behind a real point, thats what i am getting at.

If you want the thread to die, say so and ignore it. Continuing with assbaggery within it will only have the opposite effect.

Im assured that it WILL die eventually, but while its alive i may as well milk it for private lulz

That will not endear you to us. Or at least me. I'd rather you have an honest conversation.

Ok then, the cards are on the table, what do you want to talk about.

At the moment? It's 6 am and I got about 3 hours sleep. I'm only awake because I know if I went back to sleep, I'd be out til 11. So, not a whole lot. I was responding to your posts. You seem to have potential as someone I would have interesting conversations with as long as you're not milking them for personal lulz. Otherwise I'm ok with going with the flow.

Its 11 am here, and Ive been a lazy bugger sleeping in for longer than i usually should, I'm sure i do have potential and i would like to be a more "respectable" member of this community but it will be difficult changing to adapt to a new environment in which shenanigans don't earn you anything.

Oh, they do. It's just the way you were carrying on.
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Re: Advances in artificially made organisms
« Reply #154 on: July 26, 2012, 10:17:59 am »
Apologies for the whole trolling and dumb arguement, i just want this thread to die really and be a buried relic of what was once trollbear and detatch it from myself.

His point seems to be that by taking Nature's terms and doing what Nature directed with them, humanity has violated Nature's terms and is therefore inferior to all other animals.

Yes, finally someone can decipher my mindless babbling behind a real point, thats what i am getting at.

If you want the thread to die, say so and ignore it. Continuing with assbaggery within it will only have the opposite effect.

Im assured that it WILL die eventually, but while its alive i may as well milk it for private lulz

That will not endear you to us. Or at least me. I'd rather you have an honest conversation.

Ok then, the cards are on the table, what do you want to talk about.

At the moment? It's 6 am and I got about 3 hours sleep. I'm only awake because I know if I went back to sleep, I'd be out til 11. So, not a whole lot. I was responding to your posts. You seem to have potential as someone I would have interesting conversations with as long as you're not milking them for personal lulz. Otherwise I'm ok with going with the flow.

Its 11 am here, and Ive been a lazy bugger sleeping in for longer than i usually should, I'm sure i do have potential and i would like to be a more "respectable" member of this community but it will be difficult changing to adapt to a new environment in which shenanigans don't earn you anything.

Oh, they do. It's just the way you were carrying on.

Duly noted.

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Re: Advances in artificially made organisms
« Reply #155 on: July 26, 2012, 03:26:22 pm »
Apologies for the whole trolling and dumb arguement, i just want this thread to die really and be a buried relic of what was once trollbear and detatch it from myself.

His point seems to be that by taking Nature's terms and doing what Nature directed with them, humanity has violated Nature's terms and is therefore inferior to all other animals.

Yes, finally someone can decipher my mindless babbling behind a real point, thats what i am getting at.

If you want the thread to die, say so and ignore it. Continuing with assbaggery within it will only have the opposite effect.

Im assured that it WILL die eventually, but while its alive i may as well milk it for private lulz

That will not endear you to us. Or at least me. I'd rather you have an honest conversation.

Ok then, the cards are on the table, what do you want to talk about.

At the moment? It's 6 am and I got about 3 hours sleep. I'm only awake because I know if I went back to sleep, I'd be out til 11. So, not a whole lot. I was responding to your posts. You seem to have potential as someone I would have interesting conversations with as long as you're not milking them for personal lulz. Otherwise I'm ok with going with the flow.

Its 11 am here, and Ive been a lazy bugger sleeping in for longer than i usually should, I'm sure i do have potential and i would like to be a more "respectable" member of this community but it will be difficult changing to adapt to a new environment in which shenanigans don't earn you anything.

You keep saying that but there isn't any evidence of it. So shit or get off the pot, boyo.
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Re: Advances in artificially made organisms
« Reply #156 on: July 26, 2012, 03:42:00 pm »
Apologies for the whole trolling and dumb arguement, i just want this thread to die really and be a buried relic of what was once trollbear and detatch it from myself.

His point seems to be that by taking Nature's terms and doing what Nature directed with them, humanity has violated Nature's terms and is therefore inferior to all other animals.

Yes, finally someone can decipher my mindless babbling behind a real point, thats what i am getting at.

If you want the thread to die, say so and ignore it. Continuing with assbaggery within it will only have the opposite effect.

Im assured that it WILL die eventually, but while its alive i may as well milk it for private lulz

That will not endear you to us. Or at least me. I'd rather you have an honest conversation.

Ok then, the cards are on the table, what do you want to talk about.

At the moment? It's 6 am and I got about 3 hours sleep. I'm only awake because I know if I went back to sleep, I'd be out til 11. So, not a whole lot. I was responding to your posts. You seem to have potential as someone I would have interesting conversations with as long as you're not milking them for personal lulz. Otherwise I'm ok with going with the flow.

Its 11 am here, and Ive been a lazy bugger sleeping in for longer than i usually should, I'm sure i do have potential and i would like to be a more "respectable" member of this community but it will be difficult changing to adapt to a new environment in which shenanigans don't earn you anything.

You keep saying that but there isn't any evidence of it. So shit or get off the pot, boyo.

I'm trying to shit but most of it is getting tangled up in asshairs and is excruciatingly painful.

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Re: Advances in artificially made organisms
« Reply #157 on: July 26, 2012, 03:45:03 pm »
Apologies for the whole trolling and dumb arguement, i just want this thread to die really and be a buried relic of what was once trollbear and detatch it from myself.

His point seems to be that by taking Nature's terms and doing what Nature directed with them, humanity has violated Nature's terms and is therefore inferior to all other animals.

Yes, finally someone can decipher my mindless babbling behind a real point, thats what i am getting at.

Well then, I guess there's no need for me to continue reading or replying to your posts. Bye.
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Re: Advances in artificially made organisms
« Reply #158 on: July 26, 2012, 03:46:34 pm »
Apologies for the whole trolling and dumb arguement, i just want this thread to die really and be a buried relic of what was once trollbear and detatch it from myself.

His point seems to be that by taking Nature's terms and doing what Nature directed with them, humanity has violated Nature's terms and is therefore inferior to all other animals.

Yes, finally someone can decipher my mindless babbling behind a real point, thats what i am getting at.

Well then, I guess there's no need for me to continue reading or replying to your posts. Bye.

Ta, ta!

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Re: Advances in artificially made organisms
« Reply #159 on: July 27, 2012, 02:08:38 pm »
Apologies for the whole trolling and dumb arguement, i just want this thread to die really and be a buried relic of what was once trollbear and detatch it from myself.

His point seems to be that by taking Nature's terms and doing what Nature directed with them, humanity has violated Nature's terms and is therefore inferior to all other animals.

Yes, finally someone can decipher my mindless babbling behind a real point, thats what i am getting at.

Well then, I guess there's no need for me to continue reading or replying to your posts. Bye.

Come back, i miss your ignorant ranting.  :sad:

Oh wait it was me who was being ignorant, figures.

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Re: Advances in artificially made organisms
« Reply #160 on: August 03, 2012, 06:58:32 am »
So let me get this straight, a human being is weaker than a tiger so, without the internets and the AK47, we would be extinct, right? Just like the rabbit and the duck and the slug and weasel and...

Well, fuck it then, I'm going to sell my i-Pad to a chimpanzee
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Re: Advances in artificially made organisms
« Reply #161 on: August 03, 2012, 08:18:16 am »
So let me get this straight, a human being is weaker than a tiger so, without the internets and the AK47, we would be extinct, right? Just like the rabbit and the duck and the slug and weasel and...

Well, fuck it then, I'm going to sell my i-Pad to a chimpanzee

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