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January 01, 2015, 09:10:44 PM
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"Would you believe that, again, it was an accidental block posting collision, not a malicious selfish mining questioning attempt?"

And, you want us to believe you because...?
Why wouldn't we believe him?

Did you not see that he was in an elevator when he asked it?
How many posts have you made?
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January 01, 2015, 09:18:24 PM
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"Would you believe that, again, it was an accidental block posting collision, not a malicious selfish mining questioning attempt?"
And, you want us to believe you because...?
Why wouldn't we believe him?
Did you not see that he was in an elevator when he asked it?
Ha ha, if you think so, then answer this: was the elevator going up or down?

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January 01, 2015, 10:42:23 PM
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"Would you believe that, again, it was an accidental block posting collision, not a malicious selfish mining questioning attempt?"
And, you want us to believe you because...?
Why wouldn't we believe him?
Did you not see that he was in an elevator when he asked it?
Ha ha, if you think so, then answer this: was the elevator going up or down?
Can it do both?

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January 02, 2015, 12:12:09 AM
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"Would you believe that, again, it was an accidental block posting collision, not a malicious selfish mining questioning attempt?"
And, you want us to believe you because...?
Why wouldn't we believe him?
Did you not see that he was in an elevator when he asked it?
Ha ha, if you think so, then answer this: was the elevator going up or down?
Can it do both?
Is this thread really still going?

 

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January 02, 2015, 01:34:27 AM
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"Would you believe that, again, it was an accidental block posting collision, not a malicious selfish mining questioning attempt?"
And, you want us to believe you because...?
Why wouldn't we believe him?
Did you not see that he was in an elevator when he asked it?
Ha ha, if you think so, then answer this: was the elevator going up or down?
Can it do both?
Is this thread really still going?
The time between consecutive posts has an exponential probability distribution, so how long should we wait before concluding  that it has stopped?

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January 02, 2015, 01:37:49 AM
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"Would you believe that, again, it was an accidental block posting collision, not a malicious selfish mining questioning attempt?"
And, you want us to believe you because...?
Why wouldn't we believe him?
Did you not see that he was in an elevator when he asked it?
Ha ha, if you think so, then answer this: was the elevator going up or down?
Can it do both?
Is this thread really still going?
The time between consecutive posts has an exponential probability distribution, so how long should we wait before concluding  that it has stopped?
What amount of time is 'critical' to the success of our venture?

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January 02, 2015, 07:03:32 PM
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"Would you believe that, again, it was an accidental block posting collision, not a malicious selfish mining questioning attempt?"
And, you want us to believe you because...?
Why wouldn't we believe him?
Did you not see that he was in an elevator when he asked it?
Ha ha, if you think so, then answer this: was the elevator going up or down?
Can it do both?
Is this thread really still going?
The time between consecutive posts has an exponential probability distribution, so how long should we wait before concluding  that it has stopped?
What amount of time is 'critical' to the success of our venture?

IS UFO or ALIENS are real ?

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January 02, 2015, 08:32:12 PM
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can we start fresh and have an actual topic instead of random stuff like Indians and UFOs?

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January 02, 2015, 08:34:40 PM
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Did I come in at a bad time?  Roll Eyes Cool

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January 02, 2015, 09:04:33 PM
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Did I come in at a bad time?  Roll Eyes Cool

Will those who were born too soon never explore the galaxy ?

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January 02, 2015, 09:38:31 PM
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Did I come in at a bad time?  Roll Eyes Cool
On the contrary, you came at the right time, we need your opinion: which topic is most actual among indians, dice, UFOs, collisions, elevators, or self-referential questions?

EDIT: or galaxies?

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January 02, 2015, 10:32:11 PM
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Did I come in at a bad time?  Roll Eyes Cool
On the contrary, you came at the right time, we need your opinion: which topic is most actual among indians, dice, UFOs, collisions, elevators, or self-referential questions?

EDIT: or galaxies?
Why didn't you answer previous question with question?

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January 02, 2015, 10:50:19 PM
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Did I come in at a bad time?  Roll Eyes Cool
On the contrary, you came at the right time, we need your opinion: which topic is most actual among indians, dice, UFOs, collisions, elevators, or self-referential questions?

EDIT: or galaxies?
Why didn't you answer [the] previous question with [a] question?

Are you [an] articlephobic, hence omitting the 'the' and 'a'?

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January 02, 2015, 11:12:43 PM
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Did I come in at a bad time?  Roll Eyes Cool
On the contrary, you came at the right time, we need your opinion: which topic is most actual among indians, dice, UFOs, collisions, elevators, or self-referential questions?
EDIT: or galaxies?
Why didn't you answer [the] previous question with [a] question?
Are you [an] articlephobic, hence omitting the 'the' and 'a'?
Shouldn't that be "the 'the' and the 'a'"?

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January 03, 2015, 06:22:04 AM
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Did I come in at a bad time?  Roll Eyes Cool
On the contrary, you came at the right time, we need your opinion: which topic is most actual among indians, dice, UFOs, collisions, elevators, or self-referential questions?
EDIT: or galaxies?
Why didn't you answer [the] previous question with [a] question?
Are you [an] articlephobic, hence omitting the 'the' and 'a'?
Shouldn't that be "the 'the' and the 'a'"?

Perhaps, should I have asked, "Are you one of them articlephobics, hence omitting the 'the' and an 'a'?"?

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January 03, 2015, 09:37:34 AM
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Did I come in at a bad time?  Roll Eyes Cool
On the contrary, you came at the right time, we need your opinion: which topic is most actual among indians, dice, UFOs, collisions, elevators, or self-referential questions?
EDIT: or galaxies?
Why didn't you answer [the] previous question with [a] question?
Are you [an] articlephobic, hence omitting the 'the' and 'a'?
Shouldn't that be "the 'the' and the 'a'"?
Perhaps, should I have asked, "Are you one of them articlephobics, hence omitting the 'the' and an 'a'?"?
Isn't it funny how sentences with missing articles seem wrong even when articles are superfluous?

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January 03, 2015, 10:05:43 AM
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Did I come in at a bad time?  Roll Eyes Cool
On the contrary, you came at the right time, we need your opinion: which topic is most actual among indians, dice, UFOs, collisions, elevators, or self-referential questions?
EDIT: or galaxies?
Why didn't you answer [the] previous question with [a] question?
Are you [an] articlephobic, hence omitting the 'the' and 'a'?
Shouldn't that be "the 'the' and the 'a'"?
Perhaps, should I have asked, "Are you one of them articlephobics, hence omitting the 'the' and an 'a'?"?
Isn't it funny how sentences with missing articles seem wrong even when articles are superfluous?
Why would they seem wrong?

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January 03, 2015, 08:01:25 PM
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Did I come in at a bad time?  Roll Eyes Cool
On the contrary, you came at the right time, we need your opinion: which topic is most actual among indians, dice, UFOs, collisions, elevators, or self-referential questions?
EDIT: or galaxies?
Why didn't you answer [the] previous question with [a] question?
Are you [an] articlephobic, hence omitting the 'the' and 'a'?
Shouldn't that be "the 'the' and the 'a'"?
Perhaps, should I have asked, "Are you one of them articlephobics, hence omitting the 'the' and an 'a'?"?
Isn't it funny how sentences with missing articles seem wrong even when articles are superfluous?
Why would they seem wrong?

Does "It was dark and stormy night; rain fell in torrents — except at occasional intervals, when it was checked by violent gust of wind which swept up streets (for it is in London that our scene lies), rattling along housetops, and fiercely agitating scanty flame of lamps that struggled against darkness." answer your question?

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January 03, 2015, 08:23:11 PM
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Did I come in at a bad time?  Roll Eyes Cool
On the contrary, you came at the right time, we need your opinion: which topic is most actual among indians, dice, UFOs, collisions, elevators, or self-referential questions?
EDIT: or galaxies?
Why didn't you answer [the] previous question with [a] question?
Are you [an] articlephobic, hence omitting the 'the' and 'a'?
Shouldn't that be "the 'the' and the 'a'"?
Perhaps, should I have asked, "Are you one of them articlephobics, hence omitting the 'the' and an 'a'?"?
Isn't it funny how sentences with missing articles seem wrong even when articles are superfluous?
Why would they seem wrong?
Does "It was dark and stormy night; rain fell in torrents — except at occasional intervals, when it was checked by violent gust of wind which swept up streets (for it is in London that our scene lies), rattling along housetops, and fiercely agitating scanty flame of lamps that struggled against darkness." answer your question?
I have always wondered, but I am too lazy to google up: is the second sentence of that novel better or worse than the first one?

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January 03, 2015, 10:00:24 PM
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Does "It was dark and stormy night; rain fell in torrents — except at occasional intervals, when it was checked by violent gust of wind which swept up streets (for it is in London that our scene lies), rattling along housetops, and fiercely agitating scanty flame of lamps that struggled against darkness." answer your question?
I have always wondered, but I am too lazy to google up: is the second sentence of that novel better or worse than the first one?

Will this question be on the exam?

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