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March 19, 2015, 12:51:05 AM
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Isn't the obvious answer, no?  Roll Eyes

Why is it that every time... Did somebody see my chain of thought?

indeed...
perhaps you should answer your own question with your new question ?  i think that would still be better chain of  question.  agree ?



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March 19, 2015, 03:52:54 AM
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Isn't the obvious answer, no?  Roll Eyes
Why is it that every time... Did somebody see my chain of thought?
indeed...
perhaps you should answer your own question with your new question ?  i think that would still be better chain of  question.  agree ?

Did I nail it?
Why is "screwing it up" the opposite of "nailing it"?

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March 19, 2015, 06:09:47 AM
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Isn't the obvious answer, no?  Roll Eyes
Why is it that every time... Did somebody see my chain of thought?
indeed...
perhaps you should answer your own question with your new question ?  i think that would still be better chain of  question.  agree ?

Did I nail it?
Why is "screwing it up" the opposite of "nailing it"?

is it the opposite ?
i thought it was the same purpose with different approach ?

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March 19, 2015, 06:58:54 AM
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Isn't the obvious answer, no?  Roll Eyes
Why is it that every time... Did somebody see my chain of thought?
indeed...
perhaps you should answer your own question with your new question ?  i think that would still be better chain of  question.  agree ?

Did I nail it?
Why is "screwing it up" the opposite of "nailing it"?

is it the opposite ?
i thought it was the same purpose with different approach ?
Could it be you "nailed it", if you succeed at failing, since your intention was to "screw it up"?

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March 19, 2015, 08:06:03 AM
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Isn't the obvious answer, no?  Roll Eyes
Why is it that every time... Did somebody see my chain of thought?
indeed...
perhaps you should answer your own question with your new question ?  i think that would still be better chain of  question.  agree ?

Did I nail it?
Why is "screwing it up" the opposite of "nailing it"?

is it the opposite ?
i thought it was the same purpose with different approach ?
Could it be you "nailed it", if you succeed at failing, since your intention was to "screw it up"?

do you know how many frog cinderella have to kiss before she kiss the prince charming ?

Dash [DASH] is a secure blockchain-based global financial network with available private transactions. Quite simply, Dash is Digital Cash! See website for info.

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March 19, 2015, 08:28:31 AM
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Isn't the obvious answer, no?  Roll Eyes
Why is it that every time... Did somebody see my chain of thought?
indeed...
perhaps you should answer your own question with your new question ?  i think that would still be better chain of  question.  agree ?

Did I nail it?
Why is "screwing it up" the opposite of "nailing it"?

is it the opposite ?
i thought it was the same purpose with different approach ?
Could it be you "nailed it", if you succeed at failing, since your intention was to "screw it up"?

do you know how many frog cinderella have to kiss before she kiss the prince charming ?
How is that an answer related to my question?

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March 19, 2015, 08:38:20 AM
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Isn't the obvious answer, no?  Roll Eyes
Why is it that every time... Did somebody see my chain of thought?
indeed...
perhaps you should answer your own question with your new question ?  i think that would still be better chain of  question.  agree ?

Did I nail it?
Why is "screwing it up" the opposite of "nailing it"?
is it the opposite ?
i thought it was the same purpose with different approach ?
Could it be you "nailed it", if you succeed at failing, since your intention was to "screw it up"?
do you know how many frog cinderella have to kiss before she kiss the prince charming ?
How is that an answer related to my question?
Perhaps because "yes" (or "no") would be an appropriate answer to both questions?

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March 19, 2015, 11:54:10 AM
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Why don't we start a quote pyramid?

Why should we?

Ok, but am I first or is ineededausername first?

Can someone ask dayfall to define first?

dayfall, can you define first?

What are the chances of dayfall defining the word 'first' in the form of a question, let alone supplying his answer within the boundries of this newly created quote pyramid?

Who is Dayfall?

I guess you didn't read the pyramid building manual, did you, netrin?

Oh shiznitz, did I fucznitz up the world's greatest pyramid?

Let's go with that for a moment, do you feel like shiznitx contemplating a fucnitz of the world's greatest pyramid? Or was it from your childhood?


Could you ask one question at a time?

can you stop expecting too much of me?
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March 19, 2015, 11:57:04 AM
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Isn't the obvious answer, no?  Roll Eyes
Why is it that every time... Did somebody see my chain of thought?
indeed...
perhaps you should answer your own question with your new question ?  i think that would still be better chain of  question.  agree ?

Did I nail it?
Why is "screwing it up" the opposite of "nailing it"?
is it the opposite ?
i thought it was the same purpose with different approach ?
Could it be you "nailed it", if you succeed at failing, since your intention was to "screw it up"?
do you know how many frog cinderella have to kiss before she kiss the prince charming ?
How is that an answer related to my question?
Perhaps because "yes" (or "no") would be an appropriate answer to both questions?

perhaps you failed to realize that screw is the mother of nail ?

edit : in case you still fail to understand... fail is the mother of success...

Dash [DASH] is a secure blockchain-based global financial network with available private transactions. Quite simply, Dash is Digital Cash! See website for info.

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March 19, 2015, 12:12:06 PM
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Isn't the obvious answer, no?  Roll Eyes
Why is it that every time... Did somebody see my chain of thought?
indeed...
perhaps you should answer your own question with your new question ?  i think that would still be better chain of  question.  agree ?

Did I nail it?
Why is "screwing it up" the opposite of "nailing it"?
is it the opposite ?
i thought it was the same purpose with different approach ?
Could it be you "nailed it", if you succeed at failing, since your intention was to "screw it up"?
do you know how many frog cinderella have to kiss before she kiss the prince charming ?
How is that an answer related to my question?
Perhaps because "yes" (or "no") would be an appropriate answer to both questions?
perhaps you failed to realize that screw is the mother of nail ?
Are you saying that people used screws for millennia, until some genius figured out that a straightened screw could be inserted much faster by banging on it with a hammer?

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March 19, 2015, 01:44:40 PM
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Isn't the obvious answer, no?  Roll Eyes
Why is it that every time... Did somebody see my chain of thought?
indeed...
perhaps you should answer your own question with your new question ?  i think that would still be better chain of  question.  agree ?

Did I nail it?
Why is "screwing it up" the opposite of "nailing it"?
is it the opposite ?
i thought it was the same purpose with different approach ?
Could it be you "nailed it", if you succeed at failing, since your intention was to "screw it up"?
do you know how many frog cinderella have to kiss before she kiss the prince charming ?
How is that an answer related to my question?
Perhaps because "yes" (or "no") would be an appropriate answer to both questions?
perhaps you failed to realize that screw is the mother of nail ?
Are you saying that people used screws for millennia, until some genius figured out that a straightened screw could be inserted much faster by banging on it with a hammer?
kinda like cash and bitcoin?
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March 19, 2015, 02:06:32 PM
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Isn't the obvious answer, no?  Roll Eyes
Why is it that every time... Did somebody see my chain of thought?
indeed...
perhaps you should answer your own question with your new question ?  i think that would still be better chain of  question.  agree ?

Did I nail it?
Why is "screwing it up" the opposite of "nailing it"?
is it the opposite ?
i thought it was the same purpose with different approach ?
Could it be you "nailed it", if you succeed at failing, since your intention was to "screw it up"?
do you know how many frog cinderella have to kiss before she kiss the prince charming ?
How is that an answer related to my question?
Perhaps because "yes" (or "no") would be an appropriate answer to both questions?
perhaps you failed to realize that screw is the mother of nail ?
Are you saying that people used screws for millennia, until some genius figured out that a straightened screw could be inserted much faster by banging on it with a hammer?
kinda like cash and bitcoin?
What do you mean, that cash was invented to overcome bitcoin's failings?

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March 19, 2015, 03:36:49 PM
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did you do your homework?

http://web.math.princeton.edu/jfnj/texts_and_graphics/Main.Content/IDEAL_MONEY.../
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March 19, 2015, 05:18:22 PM
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did you do your homework?
You never answered straight, are you a Brazilian?

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March 19, 2015, 06:31:12 PM
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did you do your homework?
You never answered straight, are you a Brazilian?
sim e você ?
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March 19, 2015, 06:36:01 PM
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did you do your homework?
You never answered straight, are you a Brazilian?
sim e você ?
I am, and you say that you are, but is he?

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March 19, 2015, 10:07:20 PM
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Answer: Is every Nash equilibrium Pareto optimal?
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March 20, 2015, 05:20:21 PM
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Answer: Is every Nash equilibrium Pareto optimal?

are you even speaking english?

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March 20, 2015, 06:10:22 PM
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Answer: Is every Nash equilibrium Pareto optimal?
Are you even speaking english?
Can't you recognize Economish when you read it?

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March 20, 2015, 08:04:58 PM
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Answer: Is every Nash equilibrium Pareto optimal?
Are you even speaking english?
Can't you recognize Economish when you read it?


"Can you sparish a few coins for this poorish ol' Economish?"

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