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Author:  G-Core [ October 1st, 2010, 6:56 pm ]
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What the fuck?!

http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_upshot/20 ... xperiments

I feel so disgusted, and that's a good word for it.

Author:  Fresnokila [ October 3rd, 2010, 2:15 pm ]
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Better than testing on animals :whistle:

Author:  G-Core [ October 3rd, 2010, 2:25 pm ]
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Fresnokila wrote:
Better than testing on animals :whistle:

...I'm gonna pretend i didn't hear that. :wtf:

Author:  42317 [ October 4th, 2010, 2:57 pm ]
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Quote:
Guatemala experiments

... and I would like to emphatically point out that the perpetrators were from the "single greatest country in the world", home of the brave, land of the free, all freedom and liberty and all men are created equal and so on, and not some bad-ass f*ucked-up Nazis or tinkering evil Soviet scientists. Lots of people should eventually come down from their high horses and consider the mass graves and atrocities of their own nation before passing judgment on others just because they're from the wrong place.

Author:  Fresnokila [ October 5th, 2010, 10:08 am ]
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G-Core wrote:
Fresnokila wrote:
Better than testing on animals :whistle:

...I'm gonna pretend i didn't hear that. :wtf:


And I'm going to pretend you're laid-back = relaxed, calm, casual, at ease, easy-going, unflappable (informal), unhurried, free and easy...but no I forget you're always...tense, wound-up (informal), edgy, jittery (informal), uptight (informal), on edge, jumpy, twitchy (informal), keyed-up, antsy (informal)...

Yes I used google for all that... :gatsu:

So ease up a bit...I've seen how you explode in a lot of posts...try getting out more often and meet a girl maybe...

Author:  42317 [ October 7th, 2010, 6:38 pm ]
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Fresnokila wrote:
ease up a bit...I've seen how you explode in a lot of posts...try getting out more often and meet a girl maybe...

I smell a fuse burning... :roll:

Author:  Fresnokila [ October 7th, 2010, 7:49 pm ]
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Ha trying to bring him more down to earth :whistle:

Author:  G-Core [ October 7th, 2010, 8:04 pm ]
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I'm somewhat calm already, so no need to worry about me. Let's just keep being civil towards each other and everything will run smoothly at least.

Author:  Fresnokila [ October 8th, 2010, 11:08 am ]
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Ha it's not like I was angry...I really looked all those words up in google...more like bored :shifty:

On another note....its been raining like crazy here in PR....hell the water sometimes gets up to my ankle..and in my room...water coming in from everywhere since its been non-stop....seems there is a storm which is passing by at 3 mph...so...this is going to continue :doh:

Author:  G-Core [ October 8th, 2010, 12:04 pm ]
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I agree with you on that. I could hear the rain drops last night when i was at bed. And when i woke up, it's been all gray. Not a hint of blue sky nor sunlight that was traceable.

Author:  G-Core [ October 8th, 2010, 12:51 pm ]
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Because i was stung by one in the 4th grade and have had a huge fear of them since, i don't know whether to feel sorry or to celebrate... :whistle:

http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2010/10/ ... 286419509/

Author:  42317 [ October 8th, 2010, 2:03 pm ]
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Fresnokila wrote:
it's been raining like crazy here in PR....hell the water sometimes gets up to my ankle..and in my room...

If something like that happens here the government will declare a state of disaster emergency. How often does that happen, you know, room floors under water and stuff?
I thought that only happens in third world countries that have no proper drainage system...

G-Core wrote:
Because i was stung by one in the 4th grade and have had a huge fear of them since, i don't know whether to feel sorry or to celebrate... :whistle:

Well, my bee-plagued friend, if the collapse of bee hives goes on remember this:
Honey con be imported but pollination cannot.
A fatal decrease in bee population would trigger a major ecological disaster because many plants would not be able to procreate.

Author:  G-Core [ October 8th, 2010, 2:06 pm ]
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Well then, thank you. I'll be sure to make a note of that. I don't mind bees when they're doing their job but if one is scoping you out for a sting operation, i run like the wind.

Author:  Fresnokila [ October 8th, 2010, 9:11 pm ]
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Well its rare for it to happen in my room...but since its been raining for almost 3 days straight non-stop (with maybe like 15 mins of no rain every one in a while) than it starts seeping through the walls...though I've always been suspicious of the poor work done making my room ha...

But yes in a way it is in a state of emergency...http://www.elnuevodia.com/estadodeemergenciaentodalaisla-794673.html..rain is good and all....but powerful when it won't cease :gatsu:

Ah the link is in spanish but I'm sure google can translate

Author:  42317 [ October 10th, 2010, 4:54 pm ]
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G-Core wrote:
I don't mind bees when they're doing their job but if one is scoping you out for a sting operation, i run like the wind.

Honey bees are usually not aggressive, unless you come too close to their hive.
When I was five I was stung by a wasp and instead of developing a phobia I learned a strange thing from it:
If a wasp lands on you the stupidest thing you can do is lose your nerve and try to remove it in a violent fashion. So if one landed on my face I just held still and let it be, and after a few seconds it'd just take off again without doing harm. Some self-discipline goes a long way. I was only once again stung by a wasp and that was because while watching TV it was accidentally buried underneath my foot.
Got me hell of a big foot for a week. :sweat:

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