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No, those two things are totally different. I had said this because my boyfriend said so-and-so was going to bell for being gay, and I was like well then that's just another reason to have equal right. Pedophiles are terrible people and they do some really bad things. Are you implying being gay is bad?

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No.. I'm not. Look in my comment, I said that I support gay rights so obviously not. This is what I'm saying:

You say "if the homosexuals are going to hell," so, since in this hypothetical situational they're going to hell that would imply that being gay is wrong (that's why they'd be going to hell). You could also say that if pedophiles are going to hell (implying that being a pedophile is wrong, which I agree with) then that can be used in the same logical process that you gave; let them have a good time on earth before going to hell.
I don't support that of course, but that's the reasoning that you're using in this post.

To make it more clear,
they have done wrong things (hypothetically) > they will go to hell > may as well let them enjoy their life before going to hell

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I agree that they should have equal rights, but does this logic seem off to anyone else? You could say "pedophiles are going to hell, we may as well let them run around and have all the kids they want so that they can have a good life on earth."

(I'm not religious, as a disclaimer)

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Your parents are better off not knowing what you do. If you're a parent, would you really want to know that your kid smoked since the age of 12, lost their virginity at 15, and got genital warts at 16. No? I didn't think so. It would just make you feel like a **** parent, letting your kid get away with stuff like that.

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Pretty much what I was going to say. Don't see why people would want to do this..?

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Even for atheists I think it's confusing... well I guess that idea that you have to grasp might be "not existing," maybe that doesn't count

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Somebody doesn't understand what a metaphor is...

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Somebody doesn't understand what a joke is...

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But lightning strikes will be larger than others, meaning that the sound they produce will be louder [bigger]. So... it could be either

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No, it puts you talking to other actual people and it switches who you're talking to occasionally.

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"Cleverbot is an AI web application that learns how to mimic human conversations by conversing with humans. It was created by AI veteran Rollo Carpenter who also created a similar web application called Jabberwacky" from Wikipedia

"PLEASE NOTE: Cleverbot learns from real people - things it says may seem inappropriate - use with discretion, and at YOUR OWN RISK" from the Cleverbot website. *learns*

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Do you mean you're talking to a piece of software which learns from people?

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Unless your's is not covered in skin than skin would still be the largest organ. Just saying.

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Anonymous

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Not true, the skin is more or less just the surface area while the whole thing is the volume; the thing would increase at a larger rate than the skin that covers it.

And guys.. chill.. haha, I'm just joking around

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I wouldn't be so sure of myself there.

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Well I'm sorry to hear that's not true for you, but I can be quite sure of myself.

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Or in my case, second largest*

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It's a compliment because atleast she thinks you're that big...

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Good point. Maybe just embarrassing if she's never seen it before she bought them?

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And as he typed a comment, he thought to himself, "Why is Morgan Freeman's voice stuck in my head..?"

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I don't agree with the exact phrasing, but if a girl is actually pretty then she doesn't need (and in my opinion shouldn't wear) makeup. I think that natural beauty is more attractive than beauty "enhanced" by makeup.

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i tried ubutu 10.04. it took me like an hour to get flash to work so i just said f it and reinstalled windows. it needs more support from the big companies like that to make more people want to use it.

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I'm surprised you had that much trouble.. usually that just entails installing a package using your package manager (so, aptitude)?

I agree that support of larger software companies would be beneficial, but the only main sectors I can see this is needed are professional creativity software (ie Adobe CS) and games. There's Linux-available software in both of these categories, but not enough or high functionality enough software to suit creative professionals and gamers (yet). So for those people I recommend dual-booting between Linux and OS X/Windows.

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the biggest problem with Ubuntu is that it doesn't work with all computers, the computer i'm using right now for instance is not compatible with Ubuntu so i'm using windows xp, but my laptops which are old use Ubuntu before that i used windows but when i switched the computers literally doubled in speed

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I know that you're replying to an Ubuntu comment, but Linux really does tend to have good compatibility with most hardware, even if you need to take a couple extra steps to install some additional software (for Linux, so by extension, Ubuntu).

In any case what's nice about Linux is the huge community of people who are willing to help you if you have problems with something like this, and in most cases someone has probably already devised a solution to your problem (say, your hardware incompatibility). Even if it Windows may have greater out-of-the-box hardware compatibility (which I don't believe is true), ultimately you'll find greater support for hardware from Linux.

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