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    (Original post by PhilosopherQueen)
    If something is properly stored than no matter how much something is read, wear and tear can never be visible.
    do you have a protective plastic jacket ?
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    (Original post by namename)
    Is it hard to be always nice and friendly, don't you ever want to be mean and rude?

    All the time- but you know somethimes- being friendly is ruder than being rude. There are many people who for whatever deep personal issues, like to externalize their anger, insecurities and aggressions, onto other people and they want you to be rude to them. Not to be rude, is very rude in a situation like this.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    do you sometimes wear a ponytail ?

    :beard:
    Of course I wear ponytails- sometimes
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    (Original post by macromicro)
    I don't find you deplorable, just another pseudo-intellectual on TSR.

    P.S. Don't compare yourself to Chomsky; he has earned the right to describe himself in the highest regard - you haven't, no matter how much you ostensibly enjoy discussing "intellectual" topics over coffee LOL
    I see, well firstly I wasn't comparing myself to Noam Chomsky, but you asked a general question 'Who would call themselves an intellectual and activists' and I answered.

    Secondly, I am uninterested it whether or not you regard me as a pseudo-intellectual ,I do not know of the process in-which you attempt to prove or disprove pseudo-intellect from 'real' intellect, but from what little I can infer of you, my initial suspicions indicate a rather faulty process. But that's your problem and not mine.
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    (Original post by PhilosopherQueen)
    Surely a penis is quite limiting, after all which of the two genders can have multiple orgasms?
    Aha! Men can have multiple orgasms too!

    You just need the 'know-how'
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    (Original post by inachigeek21)
    Your interests?
    Where do you see yourself in 10 years time?
    Your greatest passion & why?
    My interests are varied and wide. I like physical stuff like dance to sport (table tennis), books, museums, art to music.

    In 10 years time, I will either be rich or dead trying ..

    I think my greatest passion is art, because through art I can express parts of my soul that are muted by words.
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    (Original post by PhilosopherQueen)
    All the time- but you know somethimes- being friendly is ruder than being rude. There are many people who for whatever deep personal issues, like to externalize their anger, insecurities and aggressions, onto other people and they want you to be rude to them. Not to be rude, is very rude in a situation like this.
    But you can't know for certain, isn't that what you said?

    What if they actually wanted a friendly, mother archetype to nurture them into emotional & mental well-being? lol
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    (Original post by Eboracum)
    Is holding hands and kissing on the lips acceptable for a second date?

    Is sex acceptable for a third date? If I ask a girl over to stay at mine for a third date, will she assume I mean sex?

    Do you see yourself as a female version of Plato?

    For some holding hands and kissing is acceptable on a second date, for others, its not and we cannot impose universal social norms without knowing the full range of circumstances in-which these two got together.


    Each girl, will determine when sex is acceptable and when its not. I would think that most girls would assume that you want sex.

    I do not see myself as the female version of Plato, just the full female version of me, myself and I.
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    (Original post by PhilosopherQueen)
    My interests are varied and wide. I like physical stuff like dance to sport (table tennis), books, museums, art to music.

    In 10 years time, I will either be rich or dead trying ..

    I think my greatest passion is art, because through art I can express parts of my soul that are muted by words.
    So you don't like movies, video games, TV shows or anything else the 'plebs' enjoy?
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    (Original post by the bear)
    do you have a protective plastic jacket ?
    Of course, what girl doesn't?
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    (Original post by Cremated_Spatula)
    But you can't know for certain, isn't that what you said?

    What if they actually wanted a friendly, mother archetype to nurture them into emotional & mental well-being? lol
    But the context here is not murder.. thus the level of certainty does not to be as exact. After all there is a world of difference between stabbing someone and calling them an a hole.
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    (Original post by Cremated_Spatula)
    So you don't like movies, video games, TV shows or anything else the 'plebs' enjoy?

    I like all those things too
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    (Original post by PhilosopherQueen)
    I see, well firstly I wasn't comparing myself to Noam Chomsky, but you asked a general question 'Who would call themselves an intellectual and activists' and I answered.

    Secondly, I am uninterested it whether or not you regard me as a pseudo-intellectual ,I do not know of the process in-which you attempt to prove or disprove pseudo-intellect from 'real' intellect, but from what little I can infer of you, my initial suspicions indicate a rather faulty process. But that's your problem and not mine.
    Sorry I would reply in full but I have to rush to the fedora shop and then meet some down-and-out writers for coffee in Shoreditch.
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    (Original post by macromicro)
    Sorry I would reply in full but I have to rush to the fedora shop and then meet some down-and-out writers for coffee in Shoreditch.
    That good, even down-and-out writers need people to shine their shoes..
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    (Original post by PhilosopherQueen)
    For some holding hands and kissing is acceptable on a second date, for others, its not and we cannot impose universal social norms without knowing the full range of circumstances in-which these two got together.

    Each girl, will determine when sex is acceptable and when its not. I would think that most girls would assume that you want sex.

    I do not see myself as the female version of Plato, just the full female version of me, myself and I.
    For yourself, is it acceptable? If there was good chemistry, would you allow kissing on date 2 and sex on date 3?

    What do you think of Nietzsche. Was he right that Gott ist tot? (forgive the spelling).
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    (Original post by Eboracum)
    For yourself, is it acceptable? If there was good chemistry, would you allow kissing on date 2 and sex on date 3?

    What do you think of Nietzsche. Was he right that Gott ist tot? (forgive the spelling).

    For Nietzsche, God isn't dead, but I fear that the enlightenment and its intellectual spirit is dead, may god have mercy on its soul.

    I could be persuaded if I were dating, but currently in a relationship, so at this time- its a no.
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    (Original post by PhilosopherQueen)
    That good, even down-and-out writers need people to shine their shoes..
    They pawn all their belongings, including their shoes, for typewriters and first editions. Anyway, really must rush now, I don't want to miss the opening discussion: "The Brothers Karamazov: Plural Reflection of the Soul and Society, The Great Russian Marriage."
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    (Original post by PhilosopherQueen)
    But the context here is not murder.. thus the level of certainty does not to be as exact. After all there is a world of difference between stabbing someone and calling them an a hole.
    I disagree, you have much less certainty in this situation.

    Calling them an A-hole for the purpose of being friendly on the assumption that they will like it:

    It can only be an incredibly vague and unfounded assumption that would lead you to believe this, therefore the certainty is far less than the hypothetical situation in which I 'knew' with enough certainty that he was the saboteur.


    But what would you murder for then?

    Self-defense?
    Riches?
    Power?

    (Original post by PhilosopherQueen)
    I like all those things too
    I'll take your word for it, but you have to admit, they don't sound as impressive as the ones you mentioned.

    Do you watch porn?
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    (Original post by PhilosopherQueen)
    For Nietzsche, God isn't dead, but I fear that the enlightenment and its intellectual spirit is dead, may god have mercy on its soul.

    I could be persuaded if I were dating, but currently in a relationship, so at this time- its a no.
    Thanks for that. Will be sure to go for it on date 2.

    But Nietzsche thought God is dead?

    You're in a relationship. I would have thought a male would find it hard to live up to your status, you must think he is a Ubermensch.
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    (Original post by macromicro)
    They pawn all their belongings, including their shoes, for typewriters and first editions. Anyway, really must rush now, I don't want to miss the opening discussion: "The Brothers Karamazov: Plural Reflection of the Soul and Society, The Great Russian Marriage."
    Wow, I never encountered such deep intellectual insecurity as this.
 
 
 
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