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    a small circular forest
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    friendly animal
  • Favorite Radiohead Song
    creepy android
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    ok, computers!
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    rockn roll football

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  1. woah that dress on the top is really cool, i love like the angle of the zippers
  2. I think we need a full investigation into this issue! Audit the fums
  3. I love paranormal stuff even though there's usually a pretty reasonable explanation. Here's a fave https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/1561_celestial_phenomenon_over_Nuremberg
  4. at least for me, this seems to be caused by gifs. when i go to "new content", if one of the most recent posters on a thread has an animated avatar then it causes the white blocks problem. but if there are no gifs everything works fine. so my solution is that i click on all the threads which have gif avatar people as most recent posters. then when i go back to new content, there are no more gifs and everything looks fine.
  5. i went to a potluck to celebrate the 10th anniversary. there was a fire, and also i saw a cat.
  6. earth didn't have a drummer but now they do. sunn o))) doesn't have a drummer
  7. i dont write music but when i write poems i usually just get some paper and make myself start writing random phrases that pop into my head. i cross out a lot of things that are stupid. but eventually i'm able to write a few word in a row that sound good.
  8. tbh i cant decide whether that poem works better in a monospace font or not
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  10. remember when archimedes invented the fire death ray. great guy. also secretly invented calculus pretty much.
  11. they both have the function of going into the liquid and then coming out of the liquid a bit later.
  12. i cant tell from the british versions of those things but i think fishing weights are smaller than those corn ball cereals!!!!!!! but fishing weights come in many sizes and i dont know anything about them. the two go together very well though, since they both have basically the same function.
  13. i think we're basically saying the same thing i'm just phrasing it as "we understand and interpret our experiences through language in some way" and you're saying that languages and experiences are so tangled up in each other that it's hard to understand one without the other. also, given that anything i know of which has experiences also has some type of language, and it's hard for me to imagine something which has experiences but doesn't have language, that's more evidence that they're pretty tough to distinguish. i dont think i need to make sense of what experience is to say that animals have experiences. if "having experiences" makes sense at all, then humans have experiences, and if i think humans can have experiences, then it seems to me that animals do too, because all the reasons i know for thinking that humans have experiences apply just as well to animals. this is of course about as anthropocentric as it gets, but i suppose i can only understand anything by comparing it to myself. basically my same old argument of "i don't know if X exists or applies to humans, but everyone sure acts like it does, and i don't know of any reason why X would apply to humans and not other mammals", i guess. though, of course, things can apply to different degrees, so maybe all this talking in absolutes is complete nonsense.
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