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We are products of our experiences . . . I have known unconditional love . . . That is very powerful . . . Once experienced the rest of the package seems possible . . .
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When did you first begin to suspect you weren't psychic and what led you to that belief?
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When did you first begin to suspect you weren't psychic and what led you to that belief?
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There was a lab test, just cards and basic measures, when I was little and I failed. To be fair I wasn't drugged at the time so I probably had test anxiety lol.
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Can dogs be trained to make good wine selections?
:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:
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Can dogs be trained to make good wine selections?
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Hmmmm.
Well, yes, to an extent.
When they are puppies if you show them care, excitement, food etc over and over again and combine it with the smell of wines you prefer then they will eventually sniff them out for you if their noses are good enough to smell through the cork. It's possible that if you train them with a wide enough selection that they might learn a general "group" and traits of higher quality wines.

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Can dogs be trained to make good wine selections?
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Hmmmm.
Well, yes, to an extent.
When they are puppies if you show them care, excitement, food etc over and over again and combine it with the smell of wines you prefer then they will eventually sniff them out for you if their noses are good enough to smell through the cork. It's possible that if you train them with a wide enough selection that they might learn a general "group" of higher quality wines.
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Do you think this would be a good business investment? Training wine dogs?

Mass appeal: wine buffs will each buy a wine dog,

wine companies can use wine dogs to decide which of their batches should be cheapest and which most expensive,

Advertising campaigns: 9/10 wine dogs approve.
:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:
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Can dogs be trained to make good wine selections?
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Hmmmm.
Well, yes, to an extent.
When they are puppies if you show them care, excitement, food etc over and over again and combine it with the smell of wines you prefer then they will eventually sniff them out for you if their noses are good enough to smell through the cork. It's possible that if you train them with a wide enough selection that they might learn a general "group" of higher quality wines.
 Quoting: skittle


Do you think this would be a good business investment? Training wine dogs?

Mass appeal: wine buffs will each buy a wine dog,

wine companies can use wine dogs to decide which of their batches should be cheapest and which most expensive,

Advertising campaigns: 9/10 wine dogs approve.
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Lol. It would probably be a limited market. You might be able to rent out the dog and handler.

I can totally see the dogs being named after their breeds and type of wine speciality. :)

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Can dogs be trained to make good wine selections?
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Hmmmm.
Well, yes, to an extent.
When they are puppies if you show them care, excitement, food etc over and over again and combine it with the smell of wines you prefer then they will eventually sniff them out for you if their noses are good enough to smell through the cork. It's possible that if you train them with a wide enough selection that they might learn a general "group" of higher quality wines.
 Quoting: skittle


Do you think this would be a good business investment? Training wine dogs?

Mass appeal: wine buffs will each buy a wine dog,

wine companies can use wine dogs to decide which of their batches should be cheapest and which most expensive,

Advertising campaigns: 9/10 wine dogs approve.
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Lol. It would probably be a limited market. You might be able to rent out the dog and handler.
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How many dogs is too many dogs?
:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:
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Hmmmm.
Well, yes, to an extent.
When they are puppies if you show them care, excitement, food etc over and over again and combine it with the smell of wines you prefer then they will eventually sniff them out for you if their noses are good enough to smell through the cork. It's possible that if you train them with a wide enough selection that they might learn a general "group" of higher quality wines.
 Quoting: skittle


Do you think this would be a good business investment? Training wine dogs?

Mass appeal: wine buffs will each buy a wine dog,

wine companies can use wine dogs to decide which of their batches should be cheapest and which most expensive,

Advertising campaigns: 9/10 wine dogs approve.
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Lol. It would probably be a limited market. You might be able to rent out the dog and handler.
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How many dogs is too many dogs?
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That depends how big your house is. They'll have to all fit in if the business fails.
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Do you think this would be a good business investment? Training wine dogs?

Mass appeal: wine buffs will each buy a wine dog,

wine companies can use wine dogs to decide which of their batches should be cheapest and which most expensive,

Advertising campaigns: 9/10 wine dogs approve.
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Lol. It would probably be a limited market. You might be able to rent out the dog and handler.
 Quoting: skittle



How many dogs is too many dogs?
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That depends how big your house is. They'll have to all fit in if the business fails.
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So, theoretically, if i had unlimited space, i could have as many dogs as i want? It would be ok to have fields full of dogs? Miles and miles of dogs?
:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:
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Lol. It would probably be a limited market. You might be able to rent out the dog and handler.
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How many dogs is too many dogs?
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That depends how big your house is. They'll have to all fit in if the business fails.
 Quoting: skittle


So, theoretically, if i had unlimited space, i could have as many dogs as i want? It would be ok to have fields full of dogs? Miles and miles of dogs?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Only if you could afford miles and miles of handlers. A well trained dog takes a lot of one on one care and attention by someone who isn't exhausted.
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How many dogs is too many dogs?
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That depends how big your house is. They'll have to all fit in if the business fails.
 Quoting: skittle


So, theoretically, if i had unlimited space, i could have as many dogs as i want? It would be ok to have fields full of dogs? Miles and miles of dogs?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Only if you could afford miles and miles of handlers. A well trained dog takes a lot of one on one care and attention by someone who isn't exhausted.
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O.k. if i had sufficient handlers, would it be ok if i named every dog jesus1, jesus2, jesus3 etc. ?
:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:
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How many dogs is too many dogs?
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That depends how big your house is. They'll have to all fit in if the business fails.
 Quoting: skittle


So, theoretically, if i had unlimited space, i could have as many dogs as i want? It would be ok to have fields full of dogs? Miles and miles of dogs?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Only if you could afford miles and miles of handlers. A well trained dog takes a lot of one on one care and attention by someone who isn't exhausted.
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Don' t forget an industrial strength pooper scooper . . . Waste processing etc.
Martin Luther King . . . Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter!

All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.
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That depends how big your house is. They'll have to all fit in if the business fails.
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So, theoretically, if i had unlimited space, i could have as many dogs as i want? It would be ok to have fields full of dogs? Miles and miles of dogs?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Only if you could afford miles and miles of handlers. A well trained dog takes a lot of one on one care and attention by someone who isn't exhausted.
 Quoting: skittle


Don' t forget an industrial strength pooper scooper . . . Waste processing etc.
 Quoting: George B


I'm sure there would be a sufficient market of odd people on ebay who would like to buy excess quantities of dog waste.
:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:
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No, you must give each dog a name that consists of its preferred wine and breed. You can give it a special middle name that lends character to the dog as long as it also goes with the theme of the wine.

The only dogs named Jesus allowed are the ones that sniff out altar wine, and they must be called "Jesus the 1st, Jesus the 2nd, etc" to keep the sanctity of the brand.
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No, you must give each dog a name that consists of its preferred wine and breed. You can give it a special middle name that lends character to the dog as long as it also goes with the theme of the wine.

The only dogs named Jesus allowed are the ones that sniff out altar wine, and they must be called "Jesus the 1st, Jesus the 2nd, etc" to keep the sanctity of the brand.
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Well i wasn't talking about winedogs any more, just loads of dogs in general. O.k. instead can I call them "the real slim shady 1" "the real slim shady 2" etc.?
:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:
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No, you must give each dog a name that consists of its preferred wine and breed. You can give it a special middle name that lends character to the dog as long as it also goes with the theme of the wine.

The only dogs named Jesus allowed are the ones that sniff out altar wine, and they must be called "Jesus the 1st, Jesus the 2nd, etc" to keep the sanctity of the brand.
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Well i wasn't talking about winedogs any more, just loads of dogs in general. O.k. instead can I call them "the real slim shady 1" "the real slim shady 2" etc.?
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Only if you promise to market their poo on ebay as belonging to the real slim shady.
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No, you must give each dog a name that consists of its preferred wine and breed. You can give it a special middle name that lends character to the dog as long as it also goes with the theme of the wine.

The only dogs named Jesus allowed are the ones that sniff out altar wine, and they must be called "Jesus the 1st, Jesus the 2nd, etc" to keep the sanctity of the brand.
 Quoting: skittle


Well i wasn't talking about winedogs any more, just loads of dogs in general. O.k. instead can I call them "the real slim shady 1" "the real slim shady 2" etc.?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Only if you promise to market their poo on ebay as belonging to the real slim shady.
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I will label them in batches, with a disclaimer: "we can only guarantee which batch of real slim shadys this specimen is from, and not offer a specific serial number for the real slim shady which provided this exact specimen".

I will also train each and every one of them to stand on their hind legs at a particular command. I will stand on a podium at the top of the field, and through a loudspeaker will command "Would the real slim slady please stand up" and all of the dogs will go up on their hind legs in synch.

There is no question as to whether or not i intend to do this. The question is: is it ethical?
:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:
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No, you must give each dog a name that consists of its preferred wine and breed. You can give it a special middle name that lends character to the dog as long as it also goes with the theme of the wine.

The only dogs named Jesus allowed are the ones that sniff out altar wine, and they must be called "Jesus the 1st, Jesus the 2nd, etc" to keep the sanctity of the brand.
 Quoting: skittle


Well i wasn't talking about winedogs any more, just loads of dogs in general. O.k. instead can I call them "the real slim shady 1" "the real slim shady 2" etc.?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Only if you promise to market their poo on ebay as belonging to the real slim shady.
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I will label them in batches, with a disclaimer: "we can only guarantee which batch of real slim shadys this specimen is from, and not offer a specific serial number for the real slim shady which provided this exact specimen".

I will also train each and every one of them to stand on their hind legs at a particular command. I will stand on a podium at the top of the field, and through a loudspeaker will command "Would the real slim slady please stand up" and all of the dogs will go up on their hind legs in synch.

There is no question as to whether or not i intend to do this. The question is: is it ethical?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


grinning

Nothing is ethical. Even the best intended actions end up with unintended negative consequences. If you want a field of slim shady dogs, do it.
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Well i wasn't talking about winedogs any more, just loads of dogs in general. O.k. instead can I call them "the real slim shady 1" "the real slim shady 2" etc.?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Only if you promise to market their poo on ebay as belonging to the real slim shady.
 Quoting: skittle


I will label them in batches, with a disclaimer: "we can only guarantee which batch of real slim shadys this specimen is from, and not offer a specific serial number for the real slim shady which provided this exact specimen".

I will also train each and every one of them to stand on their hind legs at a particular command. I will stand on a podium at the top of the field, and through a loudspeaker will command "Would the real slim slady please stand up" and all of the dogs will go up on their hind legs in synch.

There is no question as to whether or not i intend to do this. The question is: is it ethical?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


grinning

Nothing is ethical. Even the best intended actions end up with unintended negative consequences. If you want a field of slim shady dogs, do it.
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:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:
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Which argument sounds more plausible:

A. Planet X / Niburu has never been seen because it has been conveniently out of sight perfectly hidden by planetary orbits.

or

B. Planet X / Niburu has never been seen because it does not exist.

?

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:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:
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Which argument sounds more plausible:

A. Planet X / Niburu has never been seen because it has been conveniently out of sight perfectly hidden by planetary orbits.

or

B.Planet X / Niburu has never been seen because it does not exist.

?
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c) Planet X really has high level cloaking technology and is just sitting out there waiting until we perfect the best-ever glass of chocolate milk, at which point it will invade us for it. However, the people steering this planet are well aware of the cloaked Planet X, thus they set up large corporations such as Monsanto to taint all of the planet's milk products so that the best-ever glass of chocolate milk will never be created. Without the creation of the best-ever glass of chocolate milk Earth will remain safe and people can happily continue to argue over choice A or choice B without ever realizing that it was really all about the milk quality.
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Which argument sounds more plausible:

A. Planet X / Niburu has never been seen because it has been conveniently out of sight perfectly hidden by planetary orbits.

or

B.Planet X / Niburu has never been seen because it does not exist.

?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


c) Planet X really has high level cloaking technology and is just sitting out there waiting until we perfect the best-ever glass of chocolate milk, at which point it will invade us for it. However, the people steering this planet are well aware of the cloaked Planet X, thus they set up large corporations such as Monsanto to taint all of the planet's milk products so that the best-ever glass of chocolate milk will never be created. Without the creation of the best-ever glass of chocolate milk Earth will remain safe and people can happily continue to argue over choice A or choice B without ever realizing that it was really all about the milk quality.
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So what you're saying is, Hitler is actually alive and on Niburu?
:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:
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Which argument sounds more plausible:

A. Planet X / Niburu has never been seen because it has been conveniently out of sight perfectly hidden by planetary orbits.

or

B.Planet X / Niburu has never been seen because it does not exist.

?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


c) Planet X really has high level cloaking technology and is just sitting out there waiting until we perfect the best-ever glass of chocolate milk, at which point it will invade us for it. However, the people steering this planet are well aware of the cloaked Planet X, thus they set up large corporations such as Monsanto to taint all of the planet's milk products so that the best-ever glass of chocolate milk will never be created. Without the creation of the best-ever glass of chocolate milk Earth will remain safe and people can happily continue to argue over choice A or choice B without ever realizing that it was really all about the milk quality.
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So what you're saying is, Hitler is actually alive and on Niburu?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


No, he's one of the people steering this planet. He's the guy in charge of poisoning minds so that the brain sucking planet passes us by.
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skittle,

Are you being sarcastic or are you telegraphing a concept or two???
Martin Luther King . . . Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter!

All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.
Galileo Galilei, Italian astronomer & physicist (1564 - 1642)

The only thing guaranteed in life is deception. . . everything else is optional . . . George B
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skittle,

Are you being sarcastic or are you telegraphing a concept or two???
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Poison the well so the potential invaders won't want to drink out of it . . . ohno

Interesting twist . . . I never thought about that particular concept . . . Intreging to say the least . . .

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Martin Luther King . . . Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter!

All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.
Galileo Galilei, Italian astronomer & physicist (1564 - 1642)

The only thing guaranteed in life is deception. . . everything else is optional . . . George B
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skittle,

Are you being sarcastic or are you telegraphing a concept or two???
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Poison the well so the potential invaders won't want to drink out of it . . . ohno

Interesting twist . . . I never thought about that particular concept . . . Intreging to say the least . . .
 Quoting: George B


Lol, I think once we got to the land of shady dog poo I went 95% sarcastic..although there is a vague concept or two in there.
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skittle,

Are you being sarcastic or are you telegraphing a concept or two???
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Poison the well so the potential invaders won't want to drink out of it . . . ohno

Interesting twist . . . I never thought about that particular concept . . . Intreging to say the least . . .
 Quoting: George B


Lol, I think once we got to the land of shady dog poo I went 95% sarcastic..although there is a vague concept or two in there.
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I thought do. . .
Martin Luther King . . . Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter!

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In Phennommennonn's thread titled "caption this pic 7-7"

some posters have suggested the caption to read

'gimmie dem skittles'

do you think this refers to you?
Ardhanarishvara

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07/07/2012 12:22 PM
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Re: I'm not psychic. Ask me a question.
Which is better:

A life where you get to have a bunch of profound and crazy experiences, but die young and hated by everyone

or

A life where you don't get to do anything you want, but you die old and loved by some?
:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:

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