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eclair-lumiere wrote:


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But but... it's magical and innovative.


But it's mostly made up. Seriously...there's like no difference


Yeah. One small step for consumers, one giant step for price tags. Oh Apple...
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Yeah. One small step for consumers, one giant step for price tags. Oh Apple...



I don't buy Apple stuff so I don't really care. I just find it funny how people queue up for days to spend a hell of a lot of money on a phone they pretty much already own.
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Hm...I am most skeptical about the United States Government...They are surely watching over everyone right now...and what if they created this world and it is all one big Conspiracy!?


I like to look up videos of flying airplanes on the Internet then start howling about how the illuminate is chemtrailing America.


Oh, yes, most certainly! I had never heard of that before, but I can see that actually being a thing...
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Lord_Jordan wrote:


52infinity wrote:


Lord_Jordan wrote:

Hm...I am most skeptical about the United States Government...They are surely watching over everyone right now...and what if they created this world and it is all one big Conspiracy!?


I like to look up videos of flying airplanes on the Internet then start howling about how the illuminate is chemtrailing America.


Oh, yes, most certainly! I had never heard of that before, but I can see that actually being a thing...


Lol
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That the NHS can continue the way it's going.
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I'm skeptical about my ability to love people. I'm pretty damn apathetic to a lot of things, so I feel that sense of apathy might extend to my love life. I'm too lazy for my own good...
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Pretty much anything involving technology. Normal dvd's and blu-ray look exactly the same. And you're seriously telling me there's a big difference between every new iphone and every new game console? Rubbish. Gullible tech-zombies will buy anything.


Don't hate me but I found myself reading this in a British accent.
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Public Relations ( Term was actually 'invented' by a guy who worked in propaganda and told women smoking was a positive sign of feminism while working for a cigarette company.)

Humanity will survive but alway at the cost of the innocent and powerless.
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Medication adverts on TV

If they're so great why would they need to get people to ASK THEIR DOCTOR to prescribe a specific medication??....... If it's actually good then the doctors would prescribe them by themselves without their patients asking!
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Anything and everything. Out of a year, I probably spend about a cumulative week as a literal solipsist before my skepticism of my skepticism kicks back in and I start thinking that maybe, just maybe, actual stuff does exist outside my mind. Then I'm back to normal.

Like, when I think about some of the most basic things that people regard as true, like, a=a for instance, I ask, "why is that true?" And I think something along the lines of, "how could it not be true?" I can't even imagine what a true a=not(a) would be like. But am I to say that's true because of a lack of imagination? Am I really OK with saying something is true because I can't imagine it being not true? That starts a bit of a loop that, when I'm in the right mood, really puts a damper on my conviction of reality. But those conditions don't happen too often.
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Don't hate me but I found myself reading this in a British accent.


I don't hate you for that. I actually find that pretty cool. To be fair if I said it out loud, it would be in a british accent because I do indeed have one
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I'm skeptical towards politics, and towards the other things people are saying to me which I find them to be as not true.
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Posted 2/21/16

eclair-lumiere wrote:




Don't hate me but I found myself reading this in a British accent.


I don't hate you for that. I actually find that pretty cool. To be fair if I said it out loud, it would be in a british accent because I do indeed have one

So cool and thank you.
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