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April 29, 2014, 01:51:57 AM
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why did you break the chain and not post an answer with a question?

My only mistake was not quoting LostDutchman, he didn't ask a question prior to the edit.
Didn't you notice?   Tongue

Well, we all make mistakes from time to time, do we not?

it would be hard to put all the blame on you; you are wearing an eye patch after all. do you often notice things going past your eye?

My good eye has become exceptionally sharp and sensitive to all sorts of motion and is this not what happens when an eye must compensate?

yeah, but don't you think that, much like testicles, it's better to have two than one?

GEnearlly speaking yes but I was not given a choice in the matter so making the best of things is the right thing to do, isn't it?

I'm confused, for was your post supposed to spark a light bulb above my head or unravel my chromosomes?
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April 29, 2014, 01:57:44 AM
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Didn't you know that it wasn't Thomas Edison or GE that invented the light build and it is just another misinterpretation being spread as the truth?
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April 29, 2014, 02:00:59 AM
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Didn't you know that it wasn't Thomas Edison or GE that invented the light build and it is just another misinterpretation being spread as the truth?

But Edison created a light bulb that lasted and did a successful job of marketing that bulb, did he not?

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April 29, 2014, 02:05:40 AM
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Didn't you know that it wasn't Thomas Edison or GE that invented the light build and it is just another misinterpretation being spread as the truth?

But Edison created a light bulb that lasted and did a successful job of marketing that bulb, did he not?


Isn't that common knowledge?

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April 29, 2014, 02:08:48 AM
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Didn't you know that it wasn't Thomas Edison or GE that invented the light build and it is just another misinterpretation being spread as the truth?

But Edison created a light bulb that lasted and did a successful job of marketing that bulb, did he not?


Isn't that common knowledge?

How can it be common knowledge?
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April 29, 2014, 02:11:20 AM
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Didn't you know that it wasn't Thomas Edison or GE that invented the light build and it is just another misinterpretation being spread as the truth?

But Edison created a light bulb that lasted and did a successful job of marketing that bulb, did he not?


Isn't that common knowledge?

How can it be common knowledge?

Considering the present state of education in this country it probably cannot be considered common knowledge, can it?

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April 29, 2014, 02:15:59 AM
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Considering the present state of education in this country it probably cannot be considered common knowledge, can it?

Why do you say "this country" as if we're all from the same country?
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April 29, 2014, 02:17:53 AM
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Considering the present state of education in this country it probably cannot be considered common knowledge, can it?

Why do you say "this country" as if we're all from the same country?

I was referring to my own country, the USA and why should I not have?

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April 29, 2014, 02:22:40 AM
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Considering the present state of education in this country it probably cannot be considered common knowledge, can it?

Why do you say "this country" as if we're all from the same country?

I was referring to my own country, the USA and why should I not have?

it all makes sense now. if you are a lost dutchman, you could be.. an american. right?
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April 29, 2014, 02:24:21 AM
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Considering the present state of education in this country it probably cannot be considered common knowledge, can it?

Why do you say "this country" as if we're all from the same country?

I was referring to my own country, the USA and why should I not have?

it all makes sense now. if you are a lost dutchman, you could be.. an american. right?

Yes, actually I am but is not that status merely an accident of birth?

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April 29, 2014, 02:26:29 AM
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Considering the present state of education in this country it probably cannot be considered common knowledge, can it?

Why do you say "this country" as if we're all from the same country?

I was referring to my own country, the USA and why should I not have?

it all makes sense now. if you are a lost dutchman, you could be.. an american. right?

Yes, actually I am but is not that status merely an accident of birth?

perhaps so. as part of the dutch diaspora, do you feel upset that prostitution is illegal and so are many drugs?
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April 29, 2014, 02:30:09 AM
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Considering the present state of education in this country it probably cannot be considered common knowledge, can it?

Why do you say "this country" as if we're all from the same country?

I was referring to my own country, the USA and why should I not have?

it all makes sense now. if you are a lost dutchman, you could be.. an american. right?

Yes, actually I am but is not that status merely an accident of birth?

perhaps so. as part of the dutch diaspora, do you feel upset that prostitution is illegal and so are many drugs?

The term "Dutchman" or "Dutch" is often used in this country to describe any person of Germanic descent and why should it not be?

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April 29, 2014, 02:33:32 AM
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Considering the present state of education in this country it probably cannot be considered common knowledge, can it?

Why do you say "this country" as if we're all from the same country?

I was referring to my own country, the USA and why should I not have?

it all makes sense now. if you are a lost dutchman, you could be.. an american. right?

Yes, actually I am but is not that status merely an accident of birth?

perhaps so. as part of the dutch diaspora, do you feel upset that prostitution is illegal and so are many drugs?

The term "Dutchman" or "Dutch" is often used in this country to describe any person of Germanic descent and why should it not be?

maybe i am misunderstanding, but i thought "dutch" people are just netherlanders?
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April 29, 2014, 02:35:50 AM
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Considering the present state of education in this country it probably cannot be considered common knowledge, can it?

Why do you say "this country" as if we're all from the same country?

I was referring to my own country, the USA and why should I not have?

it all makes sense now. if you are a lost dutchman, you could be.. an american. right?

Yes, actually I am but is not that status merely an accident of birth?

perhaps so. as part of the dutch diaspora, do you feel upset that prostitution is illegal and so are many drugs?

The term "Dutchman" or "Dutch" is often used in this country to describe any person of Germanic descent and why should it not be?

maybe i am misunderstanding, but i thought "dutch" people are just netherlanders?

For the most part you are correct but that below sea level country is not the origin of my name but whould you like to know what is?

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April 29, 2014, 02:37:44 AM
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Considering the present state of education in this country it probably cannot be considered common knowledge, can it?

Why do you say "this country" as if we're all from the same country?

I was referring to my own country, the USA and why should I not have?

it all makes sense now. if you are a lost dutchman, you could be.. an american. right?

Yes, actually I am but is not that status merely an accident of birth?

perhaps so. as part of the dutch diaspora, do you feel upset that prostitution is illegal and so are many drugs?

The term "Dutchman" or "Dutch" is often used in this country to describe any person of Germanic descent and why should it not be?

maybe i am misunderstanding, but i thought "dutch" people are just netherlanders?

For the most part you are correct but that below sea level country is not the origin of my name but whould you like to know what is?

what is?
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April 29, 2014, 02:50:08 AM
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Considering the present state of education in this country it probably cannot be considered common knowledge, can it?

Why do you say "this country" as if we're all from the same country?

I was referring to my own country, the USA and why should I not have?

it all makes sense now. if you are a lost dutchman, you could be.. an american. right?

Yes, actually I am but is not that status merely an accident of birth?

perhaps so. as part of the dutch diaspora, do you feel upset that prostitution is illegal and so are many drugs?

The term "Dutchman" or "Dutch" is often used in this country to describe any person of Germanic descent and why should it not be?

maybe i am misunderstanding, but i thought "dutch" people are just netherlanders?

For the most part you are correct but that below sea level country is not the origin of my name but whould you like to know what is?

what is?

I am a miner of crrypto currency, controlling a few hundred Mhz of Scrypt hashing power and I chose my name because of the Lost Dutchman Mine, so if you were to google that, you would find out, would you not?

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April 29, 2014, 04:39:33 AM
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Considering the present state of education in this country it probably cannot be considered common knowledge, can it?

Why do you say "this country" as if we're all from the same country?

I was referring to my own country, the USA and why should I not have?

it all makes sense now. if you are a lost dutchman, you could be.. an american. right?

Yes, actually I am but is not that status merely an accident of birth?

perhaps so. as part of the dutch diaspora, do you feel upset that prostitution is illegal and so are many drugs?

The term "Dutchman" or "Dutch" is often used in this country to describe any person of Germanic descent and why should it not be?

maybe i am misunderstanding, but i thought "dutch" people are just netherlanders?

For the most part you are correct but that below sea level country is not the origin of my name but whould you like to know what is?

what is?

I am a miner of crrypto currency, controlling a few hundred Mhz of Scrypt hashing power and I chose my name because of the Lost Dutchman Mine, so if you were to google that, you would find out, would you not?

Do you think I would?

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April 29, 2014, 05:48:48 AM
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If you don't tell us, would we know that?
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April 29, 2014, 07:45:40 AM
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If you don't tell us, would we know that?

Reappears after not visiting here for a while so what would we know the answer too?
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April 29, 2014, 08:54:54 AM
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If you don't tell us, would we know that?

Reappears after not visiting here for a while so what would we know the answer too?

Were one to google "Lost Dutchman Mine", one might find:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost_Dutchman%27s_Gold_Mine

and finding that would one not gain a greater understanding of LostDutchman?

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