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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    As this is the "random thought" thread, I don't automatically assume that this is directed at me.

    However, since it reminds me of our last interaction on the forum, I wanted to check and see if I have somehow done something to offend you. If so feel free to let me know.
    i think i may have caused it since i commented on her possibly not being an alcoholic and she didn't believe me. in the next post i gave my reasoning and also asked a few questions and now i can't access the thread. so i assume that was to me.

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    I can't see anyone else's posts except prpl's so it was clearly directed towards me.

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    INTPs rock so hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    As this is the "random thought" thread, I don't automatically assume that this is directed at me.

    However, since it reminds me of our last interaction on the forum, I wanted to check and see if I have somehow done something to offend you. If so feel free to let me know.
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    hungry and in the middle of class. it sucks.

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    I've come to the realization today that tradition technically is a negative thing; it does not help in the advancement of technology , knowledge, and better understanding of, as humanity, our existence. Keeping in tradition is limiting ourselves and humanity's ability to discover the unknown. Perhaps that is why scientists believe that thanks to the dark ages and various waves of different religions, we are 300 years behind what we could have been.

    I think I'm thinking too deeply nowadays. These kinds of thoughts are too complex for my brain to handle. I honestly got a brain cramp earlier this morning! I didn't know that was possible!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukon View Post
    I've come to the realization today that tradition technically is a negative thing; it does not help in the advancement of technology , knowledge, and better understanding of, as humanity, our existence.
    You really want your mind exploded?

    The things you mentioned are only subjectively positive. Why are they more important than tradition?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    i like it when people think they are deep so they write up a bunch of mumbo jumbo to talk themselves big but more often than not you know they don't understand what they wrote either because it was like chopping up the dictionary and then playing 52 pick up with the remnants of words and pieces of sounds and the constellations of consonants that fall around your feet like dead birds crashing to earth.
    Hahaha, reminds me of college philosophy courses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    You really want your mind exploded?

    The things you mentioned are only subjectively positive. Why are they more important than tradition?
    people who expect a change
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    those are the most terrifying of monsters

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    I find the word "redneck" to be funny. I generally think of a redneck as a person who tends to get sunburned on his/her neck. Which I suppose means that (s)he spends a lot of time outside and doesn't wear adequate sunscreen or covering on his/her neck.

    heh.

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