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    I often feel quite smart. I'm quite good at...

    I often feel quite smart. I'm quite good at problem solving but I'm pretty sure I don't use my intelligence as well as a lot of people here. How one uses his intelligence is more important, in my...
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    Musicology, what's the point of all these...

    Musicology, what's the point of all these threads?

    You provide no evidence and you claim all evidence that supports the other side is somehow false, manufactured or concocted, for which you also...
  3. It sounds like a Dan Brown book to me. ...

    It sounds like a Dan Brown book to me.

    Anyway, awesome! I always knew there was life on Mars.

    But seriously, I firmly believe life on Mars and other planets existed or still exists. I don't...
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    Yes, I know what it takes to be a hard worker....

    Yes, I know what it takes to be a hard worker. People generally don't perceive me as hard working because I haven't been working particularly hard lately. I do work a lot, but it's not hard work. I...
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    I find it hilarious but kind of surprising that...

    I find it hilarious but kind of surprising that so many people on this literature forum apparently can't read.
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    I'm just making an observation. For me, girls...

    I'm just making an observation. For me, girls were a lot more interested in the sports I practiced than in the books I read. I have a beautiful girl now who loves to swim, fight and dance and she's...
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    You run in odd circles. I'm both a brooding,...

    You run in odd circles.

    I'm both a brooding, reading type and an athlete. It was a lot, a lot easier to get the girls when I mentioned I did martial arts than when I mentioned Thoreau, Poe, or...
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    Thank you.

    Thank you.
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    See Lokasenna's post. He explains it rather well,...

    See Lokasenna's post. He explains it rather well, I think.
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    I know Anton Pieck illustrated A Thousand and One...

    I know Anton Pieck illustrated A Thousand and One Nights, A Christmas Carol and The Wonderful Adventures of Nils and some of the fairy tales by the brother Grimm, but I can't find any decent pictures...
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    Actually, Columbus wasn't the first European to...

    Actually, Columbus wasn't the first European to discover America.
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    What kind of cactus is the red one?

    What kind of cactus is the red one?
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    Very cool, Mr. Mystyry. I had the chance to...

    Very cool, Mr. Mystyry.

    I had the chance to study photography, but I didn't take it and instead I learnt all about the wonderful world of printing :Yawn: I've been thinking about picking up...
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    Or we might have had better computers, flying...

    Or we might have had better computers, flying cars and jet packs. Who knows, eh?
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    Ain't that the truth.

    Ain't that the truth.
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    Meh. Freedom of speech is overrated.

    Meh. Freedom of speech is overrated.
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    In my opinion, it's indeed about responsibility....

    In my opinion, it's indeed about responsibility. Not necessarily about helping others or putting ego aside. I think it's taking responsibility for your own actions.



    There's a sound on the...
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    Ah, sorry, my mistake. I thought Belgo's was some...

    Ah, sorry, my mistake. I thought Belgo's was some hip nickname for Belgians I had not heard yet :)

    edit: and you're right, in most pubs the staff won't bother to dry the glass on the outside. I...
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    Where in Belgium have you been? In my neck of the...

    Where in Belgium have you been? In my neck of the woods most people still know how to pour beer and if you ask them about rules, they'll probably tell you that you need the right type of glass and it...
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    The only book I can think of is the Rum Diary by...

    The only book I can think of is the Rum Diary by Hunter Thompson. I haven't read it, though. Maybe someone else can tell you whether or not it fits in this thread.
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    The first one doesn't sound so bad actually.

    The first one doesn't sound so bad actually.
  22. Thread: Dating.

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    As far as I know, people here generally don't...

    As far as I know, people here generally don't date unless they're already together. I think dating is an American thing. It certainly not common here. We just meet people in the pub, in school, at...
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    I like libraries and I'm actually thinking about...

    I like libraries and I'm actually thinking about getting a master's degree in library science.
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    Well, I never really saw reading as some sort of...

    Well, I never really saw reading as some sort of social device, in fact, I like to read because then I don't need to interact with people.

    But you're right. You're probably not the only one, so...
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    Hitler greatly admired how the Americans handled...

    Hitler greatly admired how the Americans handled native Americans (starvation, outnumbering them in battle, exposing them to the elements). It is more than likely that Hitler got some of his...
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