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Rebellious_Soul
Posted: Saturday, March 7, 2015 7:01:59 AM

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Beach house, most definitely.

Ever get yelled at for no reason?

Because I can,
because I want to,
And because who are you to tell me otherwise?
Dreamcatcher
Posted: Saturday, March 7, 2015 10:24:09 AM

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yes.. by you... waaaaaaaaaaa!!

Do you think there are alien bases on the moon?

Circle_Something
Posted: Saturday, March 7, 2015 4:08:11 PM

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I think there are alien bases everywhere in this universe, including here on Earth, so yeah, definitely on the moon.

Ever sneeze so hard, it makes you fart?

Ghosts, flamingos, guitars and vodka. Don't forget Kitty and Kitten. Eclectic subjects, eccentric stories:

Humorous guide & Recommended Read =^.^= How To Make a Cup of Tea
A flash fiction series :) A Random Moment in Time
A love poem <3 Kitty & Kitten
Editors' Pick! :D I Am The Deep, Dark Woods
And another EP!: The Fragility of Age
=^.^= <3 ^.^

Guest
Posted: Saturday, March 7, 2015 4:50:01 PM

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No..lmao

Do you ever get sunburned?

rolandlytle
Posted: Saturday, March 7, 2015 6:36:18 PM

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Yes!

When I was 17 and had just joined the Navy, about three weeks after boot camp, some friends and I traveled from Orlando to Daytona Beach. We partied all night, spent all our money getting drunk, and stayed overnight in the car on the beach. I woke up at about 4am, got out of the car and fell asleep on the hood of the car. At about 9am, I was awaked by my friends. They wanted to They wanted to head to the beaches with all the girls. I got up and they all got worried looks. I asked why. My back was lobster red. The sun came up about 6:30am and I had been lying unprotected from it for two-and-a-half hours. I started getting very sick and they had to scrape their plans for the day to take me back to base to the hospital. Yes, I had sun poisoning. Fair skin does not handle sun very well. Since then I have never had more than a minor sunburn. I still have a scar on my back where I lost a chunk of skin.



How long could you survive on a deserted island alone, aka 'Cast Away' the 2000 film with Tom Hanks. (Yes, Mr. Wilson can be there too.)

You can't get there from here, because when you get there you're still here and here is now there.
CKAcres
Posted: Sunday, March 8, 2015 7:47:45 AM

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Until I died, sorry Roland just had too :D:D

Same ?

"No one knows when the final grain of sand will plummet through their own personal Hourglass." ~ CKAcres
"If you really want to make a difference, don't over think it, just do it..."
"Scars of life are deeply etched within the minds of curious old souls."
Guest
Posted: Sunday, March 8, 2015 8:10:14 AM

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As long as I could, though my spirit would be broken after awhile I think.
I'm a city girl. I might not last long and die of hunger..lol.

Same question for the next person.
Rebellious_Soul
Posted: Sunday, March 8, 2015 8:43:38 AM

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Depends on what I have with me. I know how to get fresh drinking water, and how to collect food, onky problem is, I have no weapons against preditors, so if I have a survival kit, a knife or a gun can go a long way.

What would you do if you found out you were not human?

Because I can,
because I want to,
And because who are you to tell me otherwise?
rolandlytle
Posted: Sunday, March 8, 2015 9:47:03 AM

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CKAcres wrote:
Until I died, sorry Roland just had too :D:D

Same ?


I know. I left the door open and you had to walk in. icon_biggrin



The same thing I did when I originally found out, tell no one.



My oldest son (he is very smart) tried to explain to me a crazy idea that photons have mass. No matter how much I showed him how the science worked, he would only believe this fantasy was true.
(he believed that since light has momentum, it must have mass)
What should I do? Ignore this foolishness, encourage his out-of-the-box thinking regardless of how fantastical it is, or just put him out of his misery?


You can't get there from here, because when you get there you're still here and here is now there.
Dreamcatcher
Posted: Sunday, March 8, 2015 11:27:38 AM

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Actually, light does have mass.. if it inhabits space it has mass.. whether it is relevant mass is another discussion.. so I would pat him on the back..

Does the english language really need silent letters anymore?



gypsy
Posted: Sunday, March 8, 2015 12:25:58 PM

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Dreamcatcher wrote:
Actually, light does have mass.. if it inhabits space it has mass.. whether it is relevant mass is another discussion.. so I would pat him on the back..

Does the english language really need silent letters anymore?



Yes, it does, and there aren't enough as it is now. Once the silent letters take over, the capacity for the English language to master total communication without ambiguity or misunderstanding will have been achieved.

If a text is presented to you upside down can you read it, upside down and right to left?



The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Junius



Rebellious_Soul
Posted: Sunday, March 8, 2015 1:55:54 PM

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¿noʎ uɐɔ 'sǝ⅄

Because I can,
because I want to,
And because who are you to tell me otherwise?
paulus
Posted: Sunday, March 8, 2015 2:35:54 PM

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Without any problem.



I can also write upside down, right to left, can you?


If life seems jolly rotten
there's something you've forgotten
and that's to laugh and smile and dance and sing

from Monty Python's "Life of Brian"
rolandlytle
Posted: Sunday, March 8, 2015 3:05:47 PM

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Dreamcatcher wrote:
Actually, light does have mass.. if it inhabits space it has mass.. whether it is relevant mass is another discussion.. so I would pat him on the back..



No, but I can write on a vap/chalkboard while facing my class.


I have a friend on this site that believes the crazy idea that photons have mass. He is very smart and well educated, but must have forgotten this.
(he believes if it inhabits space it has mass, despite the fact that photons do not interact with the universal Higg's Field)
What should I do? Ignore this foolishness, encourage his out-of-the-box thinking regardless of how fantastical it is, or just put him out of his misery? icon_biggrin

You can't get there from here, because when you get there you're still here and here is now there.
paulus
Posted: Sunday, March 8, 2015 3:23:57 PM

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Roland, pat him on the shoulder. It is impossible, to prove photons have no mass by any experiment mankind will be able to perform. Onthe contrary even, experimental science will show mass for photons, even if it is very little. And it may be true, that photons having mass conflicts with the leading theories about relativity, but in the course of history, so many theories have been proven wrong, or at least incomplete, the we should not assume, that we now have the theory,that covers it all. So all we have right now, is that established science believes photons have no mass, based on the theory of relativity as we know it now. Still, it is no more than that, a theory.


What is the funniest commercial you saw on tv lately?


If life seems jolly rotten
there's something you've forgotten
and that's to laugh and smile and dance and sing

from Monty Python's "Life of Brian"
Dreamcatcher
Posted: Sunday, March 8, 2015 5:38:37 PM

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rolandlytle wrote:
Dreamcatcher wrote:
Actually, light does have mass.. if it inhabits space it has mass.. whether it is relevant mass is another discussion.. so I would pat him on the back..



No, but I can write on a vap/chalkboard while facing my class.


I have a friend on this site that believes the crazy idea that photons have mass. He is very smart and well educated, but must have forgotten this.
(he believes if it inhabits space it has mass, despite the fact that photons do not interact with the universal Higg's Field)
What should I do? Ignore this foolishness, encourage his out-of-the-box thinking regardless of how fantastical it is, or just put him out of his misery? icon_biggrin


I always liked those beef jerky sasquatch commercials...

I always get a kick out of theories that are somehow relegated to factual status because that's what they were always told.. the theory is that photons have no rest mass.. but contrarily, energy and mass are related.. so as I said earlier, whether or not photons have relevant mass is yet to meet a standard.. as we know, all "known" attempts at invisibility or time travel have failed because of mass.. oops.. I'm fading.. fading.. gone...

Do you think states should govern themselves independently?

rolandlytle
Posted: Sunday, March 8, 2015 10:19:28 PM

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Yes I do.


Is darkness the absence of light or is light the absence of darkness?

You can't get there from here, because when you get there you're still here and here is now there.
Dreamcatcher
Posted: Sunday, March 8, 2015 11:10:27 PM

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I believe darkness is the natural state so light is the absence of darkness.. good question..

Do you think that all living things have a soul?

CKAcres
Posted: Monday, March 9, 2015 4:19:01 AM

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I do and if you listen you can hear their souls speak and feel theirs connect with yours.

What makes the sky blue?

"No one knows when the final grain of sand will plummet through their own personal Hourglass." ~ CKAcres
"If you really want to make a difference, don't over think it, just do it..."
"Scars of life are deeply etched within the minds of curious old souls."
Dreamcatcher
Posted: Monday, March 9, 2015 9:02:38 AM

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He is very sad at how we are treating his earth..

Is there any sport more boring than basketball?

Rebellious_Soul
Posted: Monday, March 9, 2015 2:28:50 PM

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NASCAR. Their making a left turn, and then another left turn!

who came up with NASCAR anyways?

Because I can,
because I want to,
And because who are you to tell me otherwise?
rolandlytle
Posted: Monday, March 9, 2015 4:45:04 PM

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Rednecks that like turning their steering wheel in only one direction. BTW there are tracks that are driven clockwise. (right-hand turns) At least there used to be a few years ago. My family are NASCAR nuts, I am the 'weird' one.

If a woman (or a man) has silicon implants, when she goes to very great heights, will her bust size increase? At extreme attitude, could they explode?

You can't get there from here, because when you get there you're still here and here is now there.
paulus
Posted: Monday, March 9, 2015 11:22:51 PM

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Yes, size would increase somewhat, but that would happen without implants as well, like any flexible object would, when the airpressure gets lower. The opposite happens when going under water. Explode? Unlikely, unless you'd ventire to where breathing becomes impossible, and airpressure approaches zero. Again, that would probably happen regardless of implants.


Would you join the colonization of mars, knowing that is a one-way trip?

If life seems jolly rotten
there's something you've forgotten
and that's to laugh and smile and dance and sing

from Monty Python's "Life of Brian"
Circle_Something
Posted: Tuesday, March 10, 2015 1:11:22 AM

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No way! It's like a suicide mission.

What's the longest you've gone without food?

Ghosts, flamingos, guitars and vodka. Don't forget Kitty and Kitten. Eclectic subjects, eccentric stories:

Humorous guide & Recommended Read =^.^= How To Make a Cup of Tea
A flash fiction series :) A Random Moment in Time
A love poem <3 Kitty & Kitten
Editors' Pick! :D I Am The Deep, Dark Woods
And another EP!: The Fragility of Age
=^.^= <3 ^.^

rolandlytle
Posted: Tuesday, March 10, 2015 1:35:13 AM

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paulus wrote:
Would you join the colonization of mars, knowing that is a one-way trip?


Hell yes, in a split second. Sheldon and I could share a tent/room. It has been a lifetime dream to go into space and explore the universe, as least our minute piece of it.


I fasted for six days once. Only water. The last two days were easier than days 3-4.


Would you rather have a glorious, yet painful death in public, or a quite simple death alone?

You can't get there from here, because when you get there you're still here and here is now there.
Rebellious_Soul
Posted: Tuesday, March 10, 2015 3:14:00 AM

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Simple death. Painless.

As for the Mars thing, I think I will avoid the one planet that looks to have a skull on the face of the planet thanks.




Can you not see it?

Because I can,
because I want to,
And because who are you to tell me otherwise?
paulus
Posted: Tuesday, March 10, 2015 12:18:41 PM

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To be honest, no, I don't. Looked again and now I do.


Do you see the young mans face on that photo of Mars?

If life seems jolly rotten
there's something you've forgotten
and that's to laugh and smile and dance and sing

from Monty Python's "Life of Brian"
Rebellious_Soul
Posted: Tuesday, March 10, 2015 3:09:11 PM

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No but saw a wolf howling

What do you see?

Because I can,
because I want to,
And because who are you to tell me otherwise?
paulus
Posted: Tuesday, March 10, 2015 3:44:11 PM

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I see the wolf too, beneath the skull. The face is top right, en profil, next to the skull.


Do you see it?

If life seems jolly rotten
there's something you've forgotten
and that's to laugh and smile and dance and sing

from Monty Python's "Life of Brian"
Guest
Posted: Wednesday, March 11, 2015 1:16:30 AM

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I see the face, I see the skull, I see the wolf... I think... I see more of a puppies face... I also see a frog carrying a cocktail tray with a cigar in his mouth.

Do you agree with the mission to Mars, would it not be more to the point to spend all those Billions on fixing this planet?
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