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No, it's hot and there's Latino folk.

Clearly Mexican.

I'm okay with that.

Gringo.
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HERE IS A LIST OF RANDOM HAPPENINGS WHICH CAN CATAPULT YOU INTO POVERTY.

And here is a much smaller collection of random happenings which might bring you riches.

But yeah, the latter are probably going to happen.
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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Special Snowflakism.
« Last post by Junkenstein on Yesterday at 09:50:51 pm »
No, it's hot and there's Latino folk.

Clearly Mexican.
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There is research on this, and this is not correct.

That's about par for the course.   :lulz:

I am constantly amazed at the sheer quantity of incorrect information I have stored.

Incorrect information abounds. I'm constantly finding things I have always thought were true that aren't, too. For that matter, as research progresses it's constantly disproving earlier ideas that were once thought to be true; for example, the idea that new neurons are never made after birth.

WAT

OKAY, EVERYONE STOP UNTIL I FUCKING CATCH UP.

 :lulz:

The only possible way to catch up is to pick just ONE THING.
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You live on the other side of the Atlantic, and you're not a penguin, then you're Peruvian, in my eyes. So there.
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Or Kill Me / Re: Burgers?
« Last post by Junkenstein on Yesterday at 09:48:39 pm »
Asshole or not, he was right. Credit where it's due. I'd rather get the right answer from an asshole than bullshit from a smiling group.

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What's the problem? I'm bestowing my love upon the heathen Englishmen. Or, as I call them all, Southerners.

But you're English   :?

Scottish. Although you've insisted otherwise for some time, reptile scum.

I am not quite sure what difference that makes.  It would be like me saying "No, I'm not in America, I'm in Arizona", or Waffles spouting his nonsense about which part of Belgium he lives in.

American clarification for ignorant crumpet-suckers:  IF YOU ARE ON AN ISLAND OFF OF EUROPE, AND YOUR NAME ISN'T SVEN OR NILS, YOU ARE ENGLISH.

Belgian districts are important, Roger the Peruvian.

Not Peruvian.  I have never been at risk for llama-maulings.
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There is research on this, and this is not correct.

That's about par for the course.   :lulz:

I am constantly amazed at the sheer quantity of incorrect information I have stored.

Incorrect information abounds. I'm constantly finding things I have always thought were true that aren't, too. For that matter, as research progresses it's constantly disproving earlier ideas that were once thought to be true; for example, the idea that new neurons are never made after birth.

WAT

OKAY, EVERYONE STOP UNTIL I FUCKING CATCH UP.
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Or Kill Me / Re: Burgers?
« Last post by The Good Reverend Roger on Yesterday at 09:45:27 pm »
What happened was science started disproving large chunks of biblical myth?

Heresy means "contradicting interpretation without being able to prove your case".  The Catholic church has always amended interpretation in the face of evidence.  In October/November of 1998, for example, they acknowledged evolution as the mechanism by which man (and everything else) arrived where we are.

The Lutherans and the Calvinists (at least back in the day) were exactly the same way.  Hell, half of the founders were rabid presbyterians from some Northern bit of the British Isles, but they didn't see the need to involve their faith with science or politics.

That's all fairly recent.
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There is research on this, and this is not correct.

That's about par for the course.   :lulz:

I am constantly amazed at the sheer quantity of incorrect information I have stored.

Incorrect information abounds. I'm constantly finding things I have always thought were true that aren't, too. For that matter, as research progresses it's constantly disproving earlier ideas that were once thought to be true; for example, the idea that new neurons are never made after birth.
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