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    (Original post by Iluvatar)
    Then try not thinking about not thinking, because if your thinking about not thinking, your still thinking.
    And then can you not think about not thinking about not thinking?
    Because again, if your are thinking about not thinking about not thinking, your still thinking.
    My head hurts
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    (Original post by Iluvatar)
    Then try not thinking about not thinking, because if your thinking about not thinking, your still thinking.
    And then can you not think about not thinking about not thinking?
    Because again, if your are thinking about not thinking about not thinking, your still thinking.
    and I got told I think too much...
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    (Original post by Sarky)
    My head hurts
    mine too.
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    (Original post by shootingstar)
    wow...

    now. question...

    do illiterate people get the full effect of alphabet soup?

    Yes because it tastes yummy and they can make patterns.
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    (Original post by shootingstar)
    wow...

    now. question...

    do illiterate people get the full effect of alphabet soup?
    There is no known effect, beyond the obvious, of alphabet soup on any person.
    But there is no recognition of character significance in alphabet soup for people with no recognition of characters (rather than just an inability to read), but this is not a worthwhile effect to seriously concider as important.
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    (Original post by Sarky)
    My head hurts
    Yeah, mine does that too sometimes.
    A little tip, don't walk into large objects (trees, walls, vans etc.), it helps alot.
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    you think way too much...
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    (Original post by shootingstar)
    you think way too much...
    Hahahahahahaha!!!!!!!
    I wish i could think normally (well, not normally, because that would be dull but anyway) all the time, rather than too much sometimes, and not at all all the rest of the time.
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    (Original post by Iluvatar)
    Hahahahahahaha!!!!!!!
    I wish i could think normally (well, not normally, because that would be dull but anyway) all the time, rather than too much sometimes, and not at all all the rest of the time.
    I'm having to think about what you think about thinking cos I asked about thinking cos habosh thinks i think too much. I think i may have confused everyone now...
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    (Original post by shootingstar)
    I'm having to think about what you think about thinking cos I asked about thinking cos habosh thinks i think too much. I think i may have confused everyone now...
    I think that i think that i understand.
    But thinking is not confusing. Thinking about thinking is confusing, an dthinking about thinking about thinking is even more so.
    But thinking about other people thinking about thinking gets you thinking about the differences in your thinking and their thinking, and thinking about how thier thinking about the differences between the way your thinking and their thinking, and then you end up thinking about the differences between your thinking and their thinking about the differences between the way you think about the differences and the way they think about the differences.
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    I'm going to have to think about thinking about what you think you're thinking about what i think i'm thinking...
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    (Original post by shootingstar)
    I'm going to have to think about thinking about what you think you're thinking about what i think i'm thinking...
    But do you think, thinking about thinking about me thinking about thinking what you think about thinking is really thinking straight?
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    nope...

    is it possible to think straight?
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    (Original post by shootingstar)
    nope...

    is it possible to think straight?
    Think straight as in compared to an absolute concept of thinking, or think straight as in relative to the thinking of'regular' thinkers?
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    both...

    this is coming from someone with both ocd and an ability to forget what she did five minutes ago...
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    (Original post by shootingstar)
    both...

    this is coming from someone with both ocd and an ability to forget what she did five minutes ago...
    Hmm... i'm thinking that your thinking must be interesting if you can be absolutist and relativist about the same issue.
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    eh? well, I confuse a hell of a lot of people...
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    (Original post by shootingstar)
    eh? well, I confuse a hell of a lot of people...
    Not confusing, just interesting how two opposite, and i thought mutually exclusive perceptions on a single object can be taken.
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    hehe! i even confuse my counsellor...
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    (Original post by shootingstar)
    hehe! i even confuse my counsellor...
 
 
 
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