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Userpage: Rating Orb E Eleanor Rigby  
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Rating Orb Raligon 18 United States Phlegmatic 70C 2F
6 years ago | (0)
It's too sad for her I guess. "All the lonely people" five hundred times. Some people like to avoid problems. I just couldn't bring myself to purposely avoid a problem. That just seems ridiculous...
Userpage: Rating Orb E Eleanor Rigby  
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Rating Orb Raligon 18 United States Phlegmatic 70C 2F
6 years ago | (0)
Hi Eleanor,
I know we had interacted previously when I tried to start writing game reviews (I am so not disciplined enough to handle any type of thing of that nature. In fact, I'm up at this hour due to procrastination. Darn you college. Darn you! Though you are so, so, so much better than high school...)
I had always been a Beatles fan, but I've, in the last year or two, moved beyond the Strawberry fields, Come together, I am the Walrus, etc songs that I have always known... So as I first heard Eleanor Rigby, I realized what your name was about. It was one of the first things I thought of after hearing the song (I had rather liked the name before I even knew it was a reference to something I adore). Now, my thoughts as I hear the song are more about what the song is about (Look at all the lonely people; where do they all come from?), but I digress. And my girlfriend, who also enjoys the Beatles quite a bit, dislikes the song, which doesn't please me.
Thought I would finally mention that...
Poll: Is English your native language?  
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Rating Orb Raligon 18 United States Phlegmatic 70C 2F
6 years ago | (1)
Latin is a definite. However, I am interested in constructed languages. Esperanto is the most popular, but I like the theory behind Lojban the most.
Blog: Vulpin Adventure  
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Rating Orb Raligon 18 United States Phlegmatic 70C 2F
6 years ago | (1)
Have you ever played Brute Wars? It had a very similar (with none of the sarcastic game humor, such as the flaming stick thing and the bubbles) art scheme. Very kidish, but a serious game nonetheless.
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Rating Orb Raligon 18 United States Phlegmatic 70C 2F
6 years ago | (3)
I don't need it bookmarked. Even when I'm not active in the community, I check the site 2-3 times a day for new posts. Also, on Google Chrome, it remembers where you go... So typing "f"... Gives me Facebook. However, typing "fi" does give me fighunter.
Poll: If you have this website bookmarked, which page sp...  
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Rating Orb Raligon 18 United States Phlegmatic 70C 2F
6 years ago | (3)
Darn the English language. I blame it fully for this problem.
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Rating Orb Raligon 18 United States Phlegmatic 70C 2F
6 years ago | (4)
"This stick would easily succumb to the ravages of fire"
"This stick is succumbing to the ravages of fire"
Poll: Is English your native language?  
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Rating Orb Raligon 18 United States Phlegmatic 70C 2F
6 years ago | (0)
Is Esperanto simple? I currently know English and like French, and I'm about to start learning Latin. Should I try to add Esperanto? Is it a good constructed language? I really, really like the ideals behind it.
Poll: Is Gandhi burning in some kind of fiery Hell right...  
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Rating Orb Raligon 18 United States Phlegmatic 70C 2F
6 years ago | (0)
I'd guess it is less malicious than that. I mean, consider early humans, they had no idea what caused diseases and millions of other natural phenomena that we understand now. What else could be in control of it all but a god? Now, your theory would take it from there. These non-malicious nature explaining faiths morphed into vastly different things to support the rule of the people in power.
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Rating Orb Raligon 18 United States Phlegmatic 70C 2F
6 years ago | (0)
Good men should be inclined to run for office, merely by the threat of an evil man attaining it if the good man didn't run... Sadly, it doesn't seem to occur that way.
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