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Rating Orb FakeKraid 27 United States PhlegmaticMelancholic 40C 1F
6 years ago | (3)
What would make your parents so upset about this site, exactly, if you don't mind my asking? D:
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Rating Orb FakeKraid 27 United States PhlegmaticMelancholic 40C 1F
6 years ago | (1)
Well, it's hard to make a judgment regarding usability without being able to do anything, but the screenshots are definitely visually appealing. It looks promising to me. I'm interested to see how it works in practice, though I say it as shouldn't, perhaps, since I spend over 99% of my time here in the chatroom...
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Rating Orb FakeKraid 27 United States PhlegmaticMelancholic 40C 1F
6 years ago | (0)
Yay! I love it when I can do that for somebody! It's one of the more satisfying things in life. :D
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Rating Orb FakeKraid 27 United States PhlegmaticMelancholic 40C 1F
6 years ago | (0)
Luckily, new perspectives into life and religion and all are cheap, unlike consoles and cars. :D
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Rating Orb FakeKraid 27 United States PhlegmaticMelancholic 40C 1F
6 years ago | (2)
And now I made a late reply. It's short and insubstantial, too. I'm a bad person. ; n ;
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Rating Orb FakeKraid 27 United States PhlegmaticMelancholic 40C 1F
6 years ago | (2)
If that's your stance, then you're certainly not an intellectual by my definition. But I deny your assertion - I would far rather find a genuinely new and fruitful way of seeing the world than get a new car. My current car runs just fine, thanks. >:P
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Rating Orb FakeKraid 27 United States PhlegmaticMelancholic 40C 1F
6 years ago | (2)
Wikipedia just corrected most of what I was going to say about him/his 'religion', but here's what I was right about:

Ancient Persian philosopher, dualistic philosophy (i.e., light/dark, truth/lie, good/evil, order/chaos seen as opposite-but-equal forces creating reality)

Indeterminate time period - like, REALLY indeterminate

Apparently, his philosophy mostly survives in fragments and adaptations in Islam and Ba'hai. Ba'hai the way, was Ba'hai in your list? 'Cause that's pretty common in certain circles. D:
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Rating Orb FakeKraid 27 United States PhlegmaticMelancholic 40C 1F
6 years ago | (14)
Suggested definition: a person for whom the defining moments, life-changing events, and satisfying triumphs take place in the mind, the world of ideas, imagination, and thought, rather than in the external areas of life. A person for whom a new idea is like a new friend, a new principle is like a deposit in the bank, a new vista of mental imagery is like a trip to an exotic country. A person who greedily hoards other people's words and images the way an investment banker greedily hoards other people's money - only, unlike the latter, without impoverishing anybody else in the process. A person who would rather win a new point of view than a new car.
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Rating Orb FakeKraid 27 United States PhlegmaticMelancholic 40C 1F
6 years ago | (5)
Including Zoroastrianism is almost TOO comprehensive, I'd say. How many casual viewers would even know what that IS (dualism hasn't been a common creed in ages of ages), much less subscribe to it? I mean, go ahead; it certainly doesn't bother me. But I'd be astonished if even one person selected it out of any reason besides "hey, that looks cool".

I mean, no offense to any Zoroastrians who may read this. o_o

It's not that it would BOTHER me if somebody were a Zoroastrian dualist; I just didn't think there were any anymore.
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Rating Orb FakeKraid 27 United States PhlegmaticMelancholic 40C 1F
6 years ago | (2)
Most microbes are extremely temperature sensitive; they are conditioned to something very, very close to the normal human body temperature. Raising that temperature even by a few tenths of a degree can upset that balance and make the body a more hostile environment for the microbes, which is why it helps your immune system. The drawback is, if it goes too far, it can also damage the body's own cells.
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