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September 17, 2016, 01:36:06 AM
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I learned that there's a chance that Hilary Clinton is dead. But I think it's more likely that she has a body double.



Okay, I'm convinced. Now, about that flat Earth theory.

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September 17, 2016, 01:48:45 AM
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I learned that there's a chance that Hilary Clinton is dead. But I think it's more likely that she has a body double.



Okay, I'm convinced. Now, about that flat Earth theory.

I try to be open minded about it. Not passionate. But if she was really sick with so much at stake, why not.

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September 17, 2016, 02:10:25 AM
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I learned today that hard-work, even if it's through a temporary labour  agency, is better than competing with third world countries as a programmer. I don't mind working at temporary labour jobs as a construction worker if it means I will be paid the same as a person living in India as a programmer. I'm strong and can move things around.
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September 17, 2016, 03:28:35 AM
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I learned today that hard-work, even if it's through a temporary labour  agency, is better than competing with third world countries as a programmer. I don't mind working at temporary labour jobs as a construction worker if it means I will be paid the same as a person living in India as a programmer. I'm strong and can move things around.

I want to be a programmer. How much is the pay? And do they really prefer someone in a foreign country to do the work?

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September 17, 2016, 04:36:06 AM
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In Resident Evil 7 will be playing on the PlayStation 4 Pro in 4K. The developers have promised that the Resident Evil 7: Biohazard will be much worse than all the previous games.

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September 17, 2016, 06:29:21 AM
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I learned today that hard-work, even if it's through a temporary labour  agency, is better than competing with third world countries as a programmer. I don't mind working at temporary labour jobs as a construction worker if it means I will be paid the same as a person living in India as a programmer. I'm strong and can move things around.


"I'm strong and programmed to move shit around."

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September 18, 2016, 02:24:57 AM
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ANY QUESTIONS?

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September 18, 2016, 02:47:54 AM
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I learned commercial music festivals are not really worth it any more. Went to Future Music yesterday and just could not get into it, no matter how hard I tried. The muppet factor was high in the crowd and most of the sets were just droning and repetitive. Bit of a waste of $175.

Might go to Blazing Swan in the Western Australian wheatbelt late next month, it's like a local Burning Man festival.
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September 18, 2016, 04:16:44 AM
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I learned commercial music festivals are not really worth it any more. Went to Future Music yesterday and just could not get into it, no matter how hard I tried. The muppet factor was high in the crowd and most of the sets were just droning and repetitive. Bit of a waste of $175.

Might go to Blazing Swan in the Western Australian wheatbelt late next month, it's like a local Burning Man festival.

That commercial music festivals are not really worth it any more. Went to Future Music yesterday and just could not get into it, no matter how hard I tried. The muppet factor was high in the crowd and most of the sets were just droning and repetitive. Bit of a waste of $175.

Might go to Blazing Swan in the Western Australian wheatbelt late next month, it's like a local Burning Man festival.

That commercial music festivals are not really worth it any more. Went to Future Music yesterday and just could not get into it, no matter how hard I tried. The muppet factor was high in the crowd and most of the sets were just droning and repetitive. Bit of a waste of $175.

Might go to Blazing Swan in the Western Australian wheatbelt late next month, it's like a local Burning Man festival.

I've learnt that there's some funny shit goin' on.

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September 18, 2016, 03:55:09 PM
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That sometimes I like bigger spreads

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September 19, 2016, 12:21:48 AM
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I've learned that Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory is actually married to a guy in real life.

Yes, he is gay.


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Well... I learn today that I am really jealous.

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September 19, 2016, 03:28:44 AM
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I learned commercial music festivals are not really worth it any more. Went to Future Music yesterday and just could not get into it, no matter how hard I tried. The muppet factor was high in the crowd and most of the sets were just droning and repetitive. Bit of a waste of $175.

Might go to Blazing Swan in the Western Australian wheatbelt late next month, it's like a local Burning Man festival.

That commercial music festivals are not really worth it any more. Went to Future Music yesterday and just could not get into it, no matter how hard I tried. The muppet factor was high in the crowd and most of the sets were just droning and repetitive. Bit of a waste of $175.

Might go to Blazing Swan in the Western Australian wheatbelt late next month, it's like a local Burning Man festival.

That commercial music festivals are not really worth it any more. Went to Future Music yesterday and just could not get into it, no matter how hard I tried. The muppet factor was high in the crowd and most of the sets were just droning and repetitive. Bit of a waste of $175.

Might go to Blazing Swan in the Western Australian wheatbelt late next month, it's like a local Burning Man festival.

I've learnt that there's some funny shit goin' on.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=57457;sa=showPosts


Where they done one right after the other. Perhaps parodying each other?
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September 19, 2016, 03:31:17 AM
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A couple weeks ago I witnessed a blue jay (the bird) pick an acorn from an oak tree then went to a wider limb to roost on so to place the acorn beneath its claw so to peek at it like a woodpecker to get at the nut, discarding the husk. A few minutes later, the same or another blue jay landed not too far from me and surveyed the ground, then he walked over to an acorn, picked it up, then flew to a limb above me and ate at it in the same fashion as described previously.

Today, while looking out my window, I witnessed a blue jay with a good-sized acorn in its beak. I watched it in hopes of seeing it eat at it like described above. That fucker disappointed me in that regard, but what he really did with the acorn surprised the hell outta me. He (was a male - I know the difference due to its feather colors) found a soft spot in the ground, scratched out a hole (if you could call it that), placed the acorn in it, scratched dirt over it, stumped on it, then covered that up by scratching a couple leafs over the dirt, then flew away.

Conclusion: Blue jays and squirrels are the same creature.

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September 19, 2016, 01:12:30 PM
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I learned how to cook a delicious potato pancakes. And for the first time I am riding on a motorcycle. On the passenger seat. Grin

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September 19, 2016, 07:19:02 PM
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I learned how to cook a delicious potato pancakes. And for the first time I am riding on a motorcycle. On the passenger seat. Grin

I'm curious as to what your passenger seat looks like. Does said motorcycle also have a hood and trunk?


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September 21, 2016, 09:42:15 PM
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A group of scientists was able to implement quantum teleportation over a distance of 30 kilometers, which is a world record in this area. With the help of quantum teleportation was transferred information encoded in light particles. The transfer was carried out immediately.

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September 22, 2016, 03:55:09 PM
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The supercomputer is designed to control an army of robots, created by specialists of the concern "Vega", included in the united instrument-making corporation. Her representative reported on the development of such a powerful computer.

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September 22, 2016, 08:03:10 PM
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I just learnt that postal workers who deliver the mail are intelligent human beings. I just overheard my mailman talking on the phone:

Mailman: And I just started trading stocks on the exchange. My ... what do you call them? ... Investments. My investments look like they'll do good this year.

Boy, what I would give to be his broker.

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September 23, 2016, 09:30:54 PM
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Modern medical technologies have provided doctors to transplant many organs of the body, prolonging the life of people suffering from chronic or incurable diseases. But apparently now conducted the study, which will give an opportunity to transplant organs with the body. I'm not just surprised. I am amazed.

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September 24, 2016, 12:35:46 AM
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I learned that from 20 feet away teenage girls look like women, but their teenage male friends look like kids.
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