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  1. Viviane
    01-11-2015 04:25 PM
    Viviane
    Generally isn't as long as the religion is mainstream. This is in Katoomba, think hippy'ish commune with a tag of ohhh, are they a cult ?
  2. Viviane
    01-11-2015 04:10 PM
    Viviane
    Lol, My one is in Australia. Used to be known as the common ground & managed by a local sect.
  3. Viviane
    01-11-2015 03:25 PM
    Viviane commented on Respond only with questions.
    Yes! The interior is like my favourite cafe. http://yellowdeli.com/katoomba-photos
  4. Viviane
    01-05-2015 05:05 PM
    Viviane commented on Change two words.
    LMAO!
  5. Zsych
    01-05-2015 02:39 PM
    Zsych
    In general, human happiness doesn't benefit from too much freedom of choice (funny I know)... If someone can create a good support system, and give you a decent amount of freedom after making you mostly comfortable...

    (makes me want to vomit, but whatever)
  6. Bartender
    12-25-2014 09:31 AM
    Bartender
    Yep, Chicago is one of the most violent cities in America yet has strict gun control. This is just another example of it not working.
  7. Digital Avatar
    12-22-2014 01:32 PM
    Digital Avatar
    Yeah it's a bit embarrassing honestly. The fact that the epitome of space travel in the public's eye exists for the entertainment factor rather than the actual scientific and ontological intrigue.

    Where is the dymaxion house?
  8. EchoFlame
    12-21-2014 09:07 PM
    EchoFlame
    I've never met another in real life, although I bet most people aren't quick to tell everyone they are a deist. Sort of in-between full-blown religion and atheism. I've met religious people and atheists that respect the beliefs of others, but they are in the minority.
  9. Digital Avatar
    12-21-2014 05:46 PM
    Digital Avatar
    I'm sure you heard of this? http://www.mars-one.com/mission
    The living capsules look somewhat inspired by his dymaxion housing units.

    This video is also pretty interesting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIaznEc4GnY
    I love the efficiency of the geodesic structure, but there are certain changes I would make to make it more aesthetically pleasing without diminishing too much of the structural tensegrity.
  10. Digital Avatar
    12-21-2014 03:17 PM
    Digital Avatar
    The one and only! I'm actually surprised, the majority of people have never even heard of him despite the impact his ideas had on the accreting noosphere.
  11. Digital Avatar
    12-21-2014 10:18 AM
    Digital Avatar
    yes my good sir, I believe you do
  12. Monte314
    12-20-2014 10:56 PM
    Monte314 commented on The most epic picture ever painted.
    Love it!
  13. 83276
    12-20-2014 09:43 PM
    83276
    You're not the boss of me
  14. bobabrowncoat
  15. AOA
    12-18-2014 07:49 PM
    AOA
    It's some kind of soup. That's for sure.
  16. wolkenkraetzer
    12-18-2014 04:00 PM
    wolkenkraetzer
    Were they made from raw, grated potatoes? (Some recipes call for using mashed potatoes.) Potato pancakes are a staple of many Central and Eastern European cuisines:

    http://easteuropeanfood.about.com/od...topancakes.htm

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/h...ce-recipe.html

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/b...at-recipe.html

    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/brambor...tato-pancakes/

    http://www.chipotlepotato.com/dranik...cakes-russian/

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potato_pancake

    Hope you're not too hungry after reading this!
  17. wolkenkraetzer
    12-18-2014 02:49 PM
    wolkenkraetzer commented on Respond only with questions.
    No, it just means you're NOT Jewish, or have little/no contact with people who are. A latke is (usually) a potato pancake. Latkes can be made with other veggies (zucchini, for example) and are a traditional Chanukah (which started on Tuesday evening) dish.
  18. DCI Barnaby
    12-17-2014 07:01 AM
    DCI Barnaby
    So many things. Lol. Some of them are occasional free time at my workplace and curiosity about MBTI.
  19. wolkenkraetzer
    12-14-2014 05:56 PM
    wolkenkraetzer
    Bad typing on my part. (Thought I had caught all the typos before sending.) You had better acclimate yourself back to "Coke", lest your friends and family think you've "gone Yankee" on them!
  20. wolkenkraetzer
    12-14-2014 05:02 PM
    wolkenkraetzer
    I've never been to England or the UK, except when transiting at airports. I suppose it's on my "bucket list", but as I've already seen the Magna Charta displayed in Houston earlier this year, I suppose it can wait. I've stood on only three continents thus far, so I have other plans...

    I'm guessing you're from the East since you used "soda". Whenever I say that in NE Ohio, people look at me strangely, since the term here is "pop". (In the South, the preferred term is "Coke", regardless of brand/flavor.) I guess I'll always be a transplant.

    I suppose it helps to have had an empire that lasted a few centuries in order to have the world's strongest currency today.

    Good luck with your studies--now and when you return to the US.

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