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Literate Chaotic / Re: What do people use pet animals for
« on: Yesterday at 10:53:30 pm »
Hey bro, just FYI this is a bad place to bloviate on scientific or political topics you don't know anything about.

http://www.livescience.com/31997-dogs-and-humans-evolved-together.html

Nonetheless still gotta agree that neutering takes away animals' slack though.


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But some viewers of Stargate:SG1 believe that the pyramids are early Earth civilization attempts to imitate Goa'uld Ha'tak motherships.

Lets not jump to any hasty conclusions here.

If Startate is involved, I say we should jump to conclusions as fast as possible. Except for the seasons after Richard Dean Anderson left.

This is very true, especially the last part.

If you want to talk about fabricated history, I vote the existence of Stargate: Universe.  Complete fabrication, never happened.

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Literate Chaotic / Re: What do people use pet animals for
« on: Yesterday at 04:08:43 pm »
They are, however, a viable xylophone.  When played with a tazer.

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But some viewers of Stargate:SG1 believe that the pyramids are early Earth civilization attempts to imitate Goa'uld Ha'tak motherships.

Lets not jump to any hasty conclusions here.

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What sort of a person walks into a college accomodation at 3:20 in the morning, wanting to ask about course details?

This isn't a rhetorical question, btw.  It's genuine.  Because the only explanations I can come up with for that, and the surrounding sequence of events, is a deeply unpleasant one.

Two men.  Locals, by the accent.  Driving a very nice car, without the diction or age to suggest they acquired it legitimately.  Stayed outside in the car for a good 15 minutes, did a sweep of the street before entering.  We don't realise they're not our students, let them in.  They start asking questions: is this a college, what courses do you provide?  When we explain it's not, just the accomodation, they start asking about the ages.  They then bugger off.  Sit in the car another 10 minutes, finally leave.

Had a friend outside, too.  Spoke to him as they walked down the street.  Friend didn't arrive in the car with them though, or leave.

IMO, they were clearly casing the joint.  Check for activity on street, CCTV.  Same for the outside, and reception, of this building.  Go inside to see what kind of personnel and security are present.  Notably they did not enter the University College London accomodation, just two buildings down from here.

Oh great. The part where they were asking about ages isn't creepy as fuck at ALL.  :horrormirth:

Oh yeah, that was fun.

Even better, the email reporting this incident was sent about, oh, 11 hours ago.

Still no response from management.

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What sort of a person walks into a college accomodation at 3:20 in the morning, wanting to ask about course details?

This isn't a rhetorical question, btw.  It's genuine.  Because the only explanations I can come up with for that, and the surrounding sequence of events, is a deeply unpleasant one.

Two men.  Locals, by the accent.  Driving a very nice car, without the diction or age to suggest they acquired it legitimately.  Stayed outside in the car for a good 15 minutes, did a sweep of the street before entering.  We don't realise they're not our students, let them in.  They start asking questions: is this a college, what courses do you provide?  When we explain it's not, just the accomodation, they start asking about the ages.  They then bugger off.  Sit in the car another 10 minutes, finally leave.

Had a friend outside, too.  Spoke to him as they walked down the street.  Friend didn't arrive in the car with them though, or leave.

IMO, they were clearly casing the joint.  Check for activity on street, CCTV.  Same for the outside, and reception, of this building.  Go inside to see what kind of personnel and security are present.  Notably they did not enter the University College London accomodation, just two buildings down from here.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: UNLIMITED Arizona Hilarity thread
« on: March 31, 2015, 09:52:54 pm »
I can see, in the American context, this leading to "broken windows" style policing of heavily ethnic areas.  Because that's just how Arizona rolls.

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PD.com: we don't always agree on much, but we agree FUCK CANCER.

I'm sorry for your loss, trippin

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: UNLIMITED Arizona Hilarity thread
« on: March 31, 2015, 09:19:32 pm »
Hey now, that movie had Tom Cruise and robots and explosions and stuff.  Isn't that everyone's American dream?

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I could make an argument for that...however, the argument is somewhat underminned by the fact that antiquity does, in fact, exist.

Says you, time-shill.

That's what ur mom said in antiquity.

By which I mean last night.

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I could make an argument for that...however, the argument is somewhat underminned by the fact that antiquity does, in fact, exist.

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Bitches and bling.

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I agree with the good Doktor.

Besides, it's perfectly possible to have a crazy ideological viewpoint without it being the result of mental illness.  Nazis manage to believe all kinds of stupid shit without being mentally ill.  Hell, Al-Qaeda members manage to believe in all kinds of crazy shit and be less mentally ill than the general population.  Her beliefs are entirely consistent with radical feminism and elements of separatist feminism.

"lolololol people who disagree with me must be crazy" is a pretty poor viewpoint to hold.  And citing the DMSV like you actually know something about diagnosing mental illness does not, in fact, make you an expert on abnormal psychology.

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Or Kill Me / Re: The trinity of dualities
« on: March 30, 2015, 12:58:22 pm »
And "I then realised PD was not impressed with my translated reposts from my Livejournal, and I would need to try harder to obtain my guru status".

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I've been doing science with the local Chinese takeaway.  Not recommended, doing experimental science with one's own stomach on the line, but I've been forced to revise my initial assessments of the place.  It turns out they can actually cook some things reasonably well.  Which things...well, that is the purpose of science, is it not? 

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