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Siiiighh... not what I meant at all. I was saying everyone has attractive qualities, and you CAN be attracted to them. Straight or Gay... -.- Nvm.. forget I said anything.

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It's not serious. Do you really think lesbians are attracted to every girl? I was being facetious...

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Oh :).. Im sure you could be, but you wouldn't really act on it.. at least I hope not!

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Honestly, not really.

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I think you gotta take into consideration that most people that play mobile games, don't actually play games anywhere else. Not that it's a bad thing.

It's a bad thing when they start giving people who game as a hobby flack because they do so.
'You never go out'
'You're so anti-social, lol!' :(
Even my friends do it and it kinda pisses me off, when they do pretty much the same thing. Some people...

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Everyone's more attractive when they don't smoke.

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AdonisBatheus AdonisBatheus

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Pffft! But dat cancer, man. Dat. Cancer. ;)

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Me and my friends made a thing out of this because it happened so much with one of our friends. Sometimes we'd just laugh until our stomach hurt because of what he watched.

And he sat there unimpressed :D

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It probably would be healthy if we didn't shove so much salt/icing sugar/caramel on it

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I live in America so of course I've grown up using the imperial system but each year we are taught at least some about the metric system & in chemistry we do conversions with it so I can at least do basic math using the metric. :)

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Yeah, most scientists prefer to use the metric system because it easier to write report and understand other countries reports easier :)

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It's awesome when you share the same name with something phenomenal, <strong>amirite?</strong>

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To only think that is just a microscopic point in the entire universe is mind boggling.

Cool name you have there! :)

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Even if it's in a desert, the radiation does 'run free' as you put it. There are animals living out there, very unique animals at that and no matter where you put that damn waste, there's ways for it to come back or harm people. Even IF it's under 100m of concrete in the ground in a European country (It's name escapes me atm) Concrete isn't fool proof and will degrade over year, e.g. crack. It's not a great way to get energy because of what it produces, sadly.

If it weren't so inefficient (From the mining stage to the actual power output) and didn't produce harmful waste, I wouldn't mind it one bit! But the fact is, it does :( and I don't see the point of bringing a burden onto yourself when there are ways around it.
Even if renewable energy isn't 100% efficient, It's still a cleaner way of producing energy. There's no waste produced and you don't need to continuously feed it with resources (Apart from natural ones that we have no control over). It's fool proof!

Besides, If we wanted fully super awesome efficient energy, we would have to increase the efficiency of every single power system in the world. Often 20% r more of the power is lost in that system (Through the generator

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Perhaps we should use Geothermal more! :P Didn't even think of it. May be expensive to install, but still only uses the heat of the earth's core to produce steam to create power (Or something along those lines)

Anyways, Nuclear energy is only 1 on the list 'Estimated Levelized Cost of New Generation Resources, 2017' of 17! and it's not even the cheapest. Although coal is also pretty awful for the environment, it still doesn't create something that plays with your genes. (Man this comment is so disjointed)

There's just so much to be discovered and so much to be improved! It's just so exciting :D Solar panels are relatively new, I guess. And imagine how efficient they could get if we put more research into them imagine the things they could do, That goes for wind turbines too. I must admit they are a lot more aesthetically pleasing than a giant nuclear power plant, It could be clean AND pretty!

We can only see what the future brings, the things that we discover can just obliterate everything we know today. Only with more research, can we find out a TOTALLY efficient energy source. :)

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I'm living in Europe now too and yes there are a lot of solar panels and wind turbines. There all you see when you drive through the country. Also electricity is way the hell more expensive than it is in the US. It's almost as if those two things are correlated.

Getting money using solar panels is possible, butI, if earning massive amounts of money were very easy using solar panels, they would be on every house and every business. The fact of the matter is that solar energy is one of the most expensive forms of energy. Nuclear power is one of the cheapest. (Coal is also pretty cheap)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Co...city_by_source

Radiation doesn't have to run free. It can be contained safely in safe places like the deserts where there haven't been earthquakes.

Honestly I'm far more afraid of the affect of the cost of energy on future generations than I am about nuclear explosions. A level 9 earthquake and a tsunami is the worst possible thing that can happen to a nuclear power plant and it wasn't as bad as everyone thought it would be.

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Even if it's in a desert, the radiation does 'run free' as you put it. There are animals living out there, very unique animals at that and no matter where you put that damn waste, there's ways for it to come back or harm people. Even IF it's under 100m of concrete in the ground in a European country (It's name escapes me atm) Concrete isn't fool proof and will degrade over year, e.g. crack. It's not a great way to get energy because of what it produces, sadly.

If it weren't so inefficient (From the mining stage to the actual power output) and didn't produce harmful waste, I wouldn't mind it one bit! But the fact is, it does :( and I don't see the point of bringing a burden onto yourself when there are ways around it.
Even if renewable energy isn't 100% efficient, It's still a cleaner way of producing energy. There's no waste produced and you don't need to continuously feed it with resources (Apart from natural ones that we have no control over). It's fool proof!

Besides, If we wanted fully super awesome efficient energy, we would have to increase the efficiency of every single power system in the world. Often 20% r more of the power is lost in that system (Through the generator

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I never knew people thought otherwise

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Maybe he means

'DAYUM, COOKING IS FIIIIIINE'

Maybe..

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It's awesome when you share the same name with something phenomenal, <strong>amirite?</strong>

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What is this called?

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It's the Carina Nebula.

This post is really awkwardly worded. I think I meant to say that it's cool when you're named after something awesome, no matter what your name is.But! I'm retarded.

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Here's the specs Alienware laptop for less than $6.5K:

3rd Generation Intel® Core™ i7-3920XM (8MB Cache, up to 4.1GHz Overclocked*)
32GB Dual Channel DDR3 at 1600MHz
1.5TB SSD RAID 0 (3x 512GB SATA 6Gb/s SSD)
Dual 2GB GDDR5 NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 680M - SLI® Enabled
Slot-Loading Dual Layer Blu-ray Reader (BR-ROM, DVD+-RW, CD-RW)

Here's the specs for a maxed out MacBook Pro:

2.7GHz Quad-core Intel Core i7, Turbo Boost up to 3.7GHz
16GB 1600MHz DDR3L SDRAM
768GB Flash Storage
Apple USB SuperDrive
(no blu-ray player)

I'm sure there's more expensive laptops out there with better specs, but that's just a brand I know of off the top of my head.

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Went into JB the other day, saw an Alien Laptop. Realised it was about 10x better than my PC. Then I was sad. Really sad. I went home and was sad.

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3/196 sounds like something out of the imperial measurement system.

I bet it would have been called something weird, like a rail. It would have been used as a small unit of length. 36 of these would have been equal to an inch.

"Three rails of vulcanised rope!" one would say. "I have a quill needing the repairs!"
"That is two pounds twenty-three," replies the shopkeeper.
And they will both go on their merry way.

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Don't forget it's the same amount of courses the Queen has at her daily meals.Or some shit like that.

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Not really. It's a more accurate scale. (I'm speaking of course of whole number intervals. I understand decimal places, I'm not retarded.)
And we've been using it for a very long time, switching so many things over would take an incredible amount of time, money, and effort for no gain whatsoever.
AND contrary to what people who don't even live here believe, we use both.

So, no. It's really not stupid.

You know, it really ticks me off when people insult other people in other countries passively with arguments like this. There is nothing to suggest that one way is better than another. Also, your country having things in place that are beyond your control doesn't make you any smarter or better than someone from another country which has different things in place beyond their control.

TL;DR
Your country having things in place that are beyond your control doesn't make you any smarter or better than someone from another country which has different things in place beyond their control.

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frogy8thefly frogy8thefly

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Yes but the point is, most country's changed the way they measured things in some UN agreement (Not quite sure about it, but I've heard about it a few times) in the same agreement, they decided that Non-English speaking countries would use English as a second language.

Also, take note that I'm not insulting you, or the people in your country. I'm saying, it's stupid, as a whole. For a country to Ignore that agreement that everyone else took seriously is odd. /shrug.

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Oh man, you guys need to move to the future. Im sitting here like 'Holy shit! People that are 200 lbs must be HUGE!' Then I googled how much it was in kilos and I was like. 'Oh... well... wat?'

I think using BMI is what determines if someone is healthy or not.. Scientist spent time to figure out a system that works, and it does. So why don't we use it?

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And I'm being serious about the future thing

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Oh man, you guys need to move to the future. Im sitting here like 'Holy shit! People that are 200 lbs must be HUGE!' Then I googled how much it was in kilos and I was like. 'Oh... well... wat?'

I think using BMI is what determines if someone is healthy or not.. Scientist spent time to figure out a system that works, and it does. So why don't we use it?

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I think if a woman was in the war, front line or not. The last thing she would worry about is her period... Plus I think the worst thing you can get from a bit of blood in your underpants is a yeast infection.. which probably wouldn't need as much attention as say, a gun shot would, or burns etc etc. I think women need to man up :P

PLUS! :P There's a contraception thing called the Implanon. It's known to stop periods for some women.

I'm sorry if I seem too serious, but I could only fight this post with logic.

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I like to think everyone has a chance with each other. Because there are couples out there are pretty much complete polar opposites, but they still work :)

But even if I found someone attractive or not I'd like to think I'd look past physical appearance like I have done in the past :)

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Happened to me at school. I had English teachers that hated me for 3 years, telling me I couldn't go on to a higher level of english. I got sick of it and asked the Head of Secondary to put me in a higher level. Then, in that level, in my last year of school. I wrote a story in an exam, expecting to fail. I come out with a 93%. My teacher, also an Author, told me she loved the story and all the ones I've written that year. In disbelief of course, because of my past marks. But yeah, That shit SUCKS! :(

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