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2015-08-16 @ 17:32:29
People still use FaceBook?
2015-07-28 @ 22:14:31
All facts not in evidence, Dude. Strawman, much?
2015-07-28 @ 22:12:13
2015-07-28 @ 22:07:11
Webmaster, your argument starts with flawed reasoning. Lack of an attribute is not a different kind of that attribute. Just as not being a plumber is not an occupation.
Makes sense when you go on to twist yourself into logical knots with an argument against atheism. Ah, a mind on religion (drugs) is a terrible waste.
Your sense of justice evolved in you as a socially cooperative being. You and ants.
2015-07-28 @ 21:53:56
First of all, shyness isn’t cowardice!
However, it is commonly a result of low self-esteem – just the opposite of vanity.
2015-07-28 @ 21:46:53
You get your identity from the names and numbers that other people give you (including any you give yourself). If you mean self image, you get that from bumping into the world. Watch a toddler.
2015-05-25 @ 18:24:08
Porn and fast food are poor examples. The most basic instincts to reproduce and survive are why we are alive, in the first place. Sexual mates and calorie-rich foods in our recent past were in scant supply, and when discovered exploited while they lasted.
Our old brains not being able to keep up with modern convenience isn’t a character flaw, it’s a brain fart. As far as hanging out with the wrong (criminal) crowd, unless they are psycho-paths, people commit crimes almost entirely because of unequal access to resources – that is a dysfunction of society, not the individual.
Next time you find yourself disenfranchised, tell me how the warrior in you won’t steal a loaf of bread for you child, even in cahoots with other hungry parents. It’s not negative, it’s a normal reaction to a state of inequity. Experiments on chimps prove it is very, very basic.
2015-05-25 @ 18:13:47
Huh? The plug is not free of gravity when you move it away from the drain. It is free of suction.
2015-01-19 @ 14:50:01
• Aldous Huxley’s “Island” Read this novel that depicts an entire culture using psychedelics for spiritual development
• Leary, Alpert, Metzger, “THE PSYCHEDELIC EXPERIENCE – A manual based on THE TIBETAN BOOK OF THE DEAD” http://www.lycaeum.org/languages/finnish/acid/data/psychexp.html
• Moksha: Aldous Huxley’s Classic Writings on Psychedelics and the Visionary Experience
2015-01-19 @ 14:43:01
Aldous Huxley’s “Island”