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  1. girlygirl
    12-17-2014 12:08 PM
    girlygirl commented on Bigger better?
    very true!
  2. Evil Muffin
    lol so true.
  3. oberonblue
    12-03-2014 11:13 AM
    oberonblue commented on Alcoholics Anonymous
    But, looking at links of evidence contrary to the justification of my rage is lame.
  4. Monte314
    12-01-2014 06:11 PM
    Monte314 commented on Creationist
    This is an excellent and insightful post. Thanks!
  5. Tocsin
    11-24-2014 08:09 PM
  6. Tocsin
    11-24-2014 07:57 PM
    Tocsin commented on Creationist
    "I've never heard the term "labile" before." just don't confuse it with labial.
  7. Nattibo
    11-18-2014 05:36 PM
    Nattibo commented on How do you destroy a narcissist?
    So true.
  8. Polymath20
    11-17-2014 02:50 PM
    Yes. We generally go back and forth like that. It's fun.
  9. Monte314
    11-15-2014 04:25 PM
    Monte314 commented on Odd Jobs
    Hee! Hee!
  10. Desertstorm
    11-15-2014 08:07 AM
    Desertstorm commented on Do you value opinions
    it was part of that "exchange". I wouldn't pay too much attention to that.
  11. Sokami Mashibe
    11-13-2014 08:13 AM
    Sokami Mashibe
  12. IslandHead
    He is a biophysicist and head of the Allen Institute in Seattle
  13. Visum
    10-23-2014 03:53 PM
    Visum commented on Universal Reconciliation/ Salvation
    I don't have much more on that for you, other than lengthy process of reason and faith. Your challenge is a large one, in all.
  14. Visum
    10-23-2014 12:05 PM
    Certainly have me on that one. Since childhood, but maybe "coherently" for about 25-30.
  15. Visum
    10-23-2014 11:51 AM
    I did not know that much. I certainly can see how that would provide for much heart felt debate, wow.
  16. Visum
    10-23-2014 11:14 AM
    Visum commented on Christian INTJs - are they denominational?
    Yeah, that was a poor choice on my part!
  17. Underachiever
    10-22-2014 05:02 PM
    Autavias seem to be above $3500, usually.
    Though I think most of the two-register ones with the date at the bottom were military ones, so I'd imagine that originality is probably key for their value, and that's why this one's cheaper than most.

    Like I said, just toying with the idea.
    As much as I want it, I'm not sure I can justify spending that much on a watch.
    Also, it coming from Chile scares me. I've heard ebay sellers from Chile and Brazil and India tend to sell a lot of cobbled-together junk.
  18. Underachiever
    10-22-2014 04:32 PM
    This is way below market value for one of these... I have $2K, and I wasn't gonna' spend it on a watch, but what do you think? And do you have any idea what might be causing its said issue (whether it just needs lubricated or whether it may need repaired) and how much that might cost, ballpark?

    Just something I'm not pondering... I can't justify dropping that much on a watch, but... Deals like these are so rare.
  19. thebrainpolice
    10-21-2014 06:54 PM

    John Stuart Mill was a good man. Thanks for that quote. I'd love to learn more about him.

    His most famous works were Utilitarianism and On Liberty. Neither is very long and you should easily be able to find full text versions of both online. He wrote an autobiography if you'd like information about his personal life. I thought the beginning and end were interesting, but the middle of it was boring. He also wrote an essay called "The Contest in America" if you're interested in Civil War history (He sided with the Union and urged the British government not to intervene on behalf of the Confederacy). Haven't read any of his other works though.

  20. Fresh Face
    10-20-2014 02:55 PM
    Fresh Face
    Certainly. I've been reading an autobiography (a think I don't normally do) by a guy who uses letters from C.S. Lewis in the book. It's a love story, and I'm at the part where his wife has died of an unknown disease. The things that C.S. Lewis says (just like in A Grief Observed, which is about Lewis's own wife's passing -- a heart-wrenching book. It was a hard read), struck very true, and very honest.

    Just little things like his council to the author to not do things "that she would have wanted" because that quickly becomes what the author would have wanted, through a kind of sentimentality that really would only hold him onto the pass instead of making him happy. Very insightful stuff. A Grief Observed explains this particular concept better.

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