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#60614 Oct 15, 2013
HughBe wrote:
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HughBe --- Learn this, your Shahab Durazi is not NEW and that makes a difference.
Shahab Durazi is a classy haute couture designer who concentrates on formal men's wear and on stylish informals for men like lounge pajamas and the like but if today he decides to make a foray into designing high quality jeans of the pret a porter or made to measure kind his products will rank among the very best from word go given his immense talent.

Durazi is a well established international designer but he has never designed jeans and so in this sense he's a newcomer where the designing and production of jeans are concerned but as explained above if Durazi decides to enter the niche market for haute couture jeans his products will rank upfront from the start itself given his terrific designing and production skills. No doubt about this.

In some ways, Durazi's clothes are better than Armani.

I have tried both designers over the years but in detailing I find Durazi better.

Anyway, cruff, you won't know any of this since you can't afford the real haute couture except for the faux stuff that sells on the roadside or in the cheap wayside stalls of Jamaica.

Stay clothed - at least your huge brass balls will not get attracted to handsome young boys like me and BTW I am 28.

You can stick to your ordinary Levis. LOL.

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#60616 Oct 15, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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Are you one of those guys that walks around with a picture of an old guy floating on his kane claiming its your yogi grand daddy?

looking for money to tell fortunes?
No, no but given my terrific good looks, I am God's gift to girls, gays and bisexuals.

ha ha ha

Chill.

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#60617 Oct 15, 2013
Cult of Reason wrote:
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Just wait a few days and try again. It's a very dynamic list.
Yes, the list of dunces here is like the plat du jour in a restaurant which keeps changing every day.

It's performance based, you know, bisexual retard (who's more gay than straight).

Your style of writing is quite effeminate and your vibes are so soft....

(wink wink wink)

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#60618 Oct 15, 2013
Rick Moss wrote:
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I'm absolutely crushed I didn't make it into the top 3.

All that training and dedication down the drain!
The list of dunces is based on daily performance.

LOL.
Voluntarist

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#60619 Oct 15, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
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No, no but given my terrific good looks, I am God's gift to girls, gays and bisexuals.
ha ha ha
Chill.
Don't tell Frijoles he might get jealous, he has not been putting out to his husband so his butt can tighten up for your little noodle.

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#60620 Oct 15, 2013
MAAT wrote:
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huh?

Throw in some phd's and were even.
What did you say?

Even if you have multiple doctorates, I'll easily outperform you in Math, Physics and Chem on any topic - even in a topic that I am not familiar with, understand. If I am in a competitive mood, I'll need just a couple of days to catch up on any topic in math/science and soundly beat you at it and where original research ideas are concerned you cannot match me. Ok, wiki, specialist?

You're not intelligent and your basics are extremely poor in these subjects, ok, then, half-time specialist....ooops I meant half-life specialist. LOL.

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#60621 Oct 15, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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Don't tell Frijoles he might get jealous, he has not been putting out to his husband so his butt can tighten up for your little noodle.
OMG.

ha ha ha.

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#60622 Oct 15, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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Its a distinction in law, I know your tiny mind can't fathom that since you spend most of your days with your face buried in a camel.
Why refer to a camel of all beasts?

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#60623 Oct 15, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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I know your tiny mind can't fathom that
Yes, I have a "tiny mind".

Yes, "tiny minds" crack the IIT JEE rank in the top 250 out of 400,000 test takers and would have ranked in the top 150 had the chem paper gone better and yes "tiny minds" are awarded gold medals for best project work at the master's level in a mathematically challenging scientific discipline and yes "tiny minds" win first prizes at science fairs/seminars and yes "tiny minds" win the first prize at national level debates and yes "tiny minds" win the rank first at national level essay competitions.

Shalom.

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#60624 Oct 15, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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In high school I had a 100 average in physics and got enrolled in the national honor society, but that doesn't mean much since most Americans are functional retards.
You have zero aptitude for Physics, Math, Chemistry, English and Logic.

Maybe, you excel at gardening or ice skating or sexual intercourse.

LOL.

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#60625 Oct 15, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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yogi
What do you know about yoga and yogis?

““You must not lose faith ”

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#60626 Oct 15, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
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What did you say?
Even if you have multiple doctorates, I'll easily outperform you in Math, Physics and Chem on any topic - even in a topic that I am not familiar with, understand. If I am in a competitive mood, I'll need just a couple of days to catch up on any topic in math/science and soundly beat you at it and where original research ideas are concerned you cannot match me. Ok, wiki, specialist?
You're not intelligent and your basics are extremely poor in these subjects, ok, then, half-time specialist....ooops I meant half-life specialist. LOL.
I consider it peculiar that people that got an education in the language they still communicate in on this forum, consider themselves so superior, when all they afterall have to do is regurgitate.

I'm perfectly fine with 'halfwaardetijd', but sometimes have to think hard about translations.
Eigenvalues is for some english-speaking people hard to understand but not when your dutch-educated.

I challenge you to continue in french.

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#60627 Oct 15, 2013
LOL. ROFL. LMAO. Dunce.

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#60628 Oct 15, 2013
MAAT wrote:
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I consider it peculiar that people that got an education in the language they still communicate in on this forum, consider themselves so superior, when all they afterall have to do is regurgitate.
I'm perfectly fine with 'halfwaardetijd', but sometimes have to think hard about translations.
Eigenvalues is for some english-speaking people hard to understand but not when your dutch-educated.
I challenge you to continue in french.
The language of math is universal.

Before knowing eigen values, master matrices that're used in eigen values:

If x is a complex cube root of unity and if matrix A =(first row : 1 x x^2, 2nd row: x x^2 1, third row: x^2 1 x) then prove that A^2 = 0.

(smiles in advance)

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#60629 Oct 15, 2013
GRADE 8 QUESTION:

If A =(1 3 5, 2 3 6, 3 4 6) find the order and elements of matrix M if A.M =(1 3 7, 2 8 9). Is such a multiplication possible? LOL.

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#60630 Oct 15, 2013
HUGH,

Ma, where are you, dear Black Ma?

Are you playing with your huge brass balls, Ma?

(smiles)

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#60631 Oct 15, 2013
BASIC MATH QUESTION:

If 1, a1, a2,.......a(n-1) are the n roots of unity, then show that:

(1-a1) x (1-a2) x (1-a3)......(1-a(n-1))= n.

(smiles)

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#60632 Oct 15, 2013
BASIC MATH QUESTION:

2 candidates attempt to solve a quadratic equation of the form: x^2 + px + q = 0. One student begins with a wrong value of p and finds the roots to be 2 and 6. The other boy starts with a wrong value of q and finds the roots to be 2 and -9. Find the correct roots.

(smiles)

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#60633 Oct 15, 2013
BASIC MATH QUESTION:

If (a+b)=(a-b) show that a perpendicular to b, where a and b are vectors.

(smiles)

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#60634 Oct 15, 2013
BASIC PHYSICS QUESTION:

The charge flowing through a circuit in the time interval between t and t + dt is given by:

dq = e^-t/T,

where T is a constant.

Find the total charge that flows through the circuit between t = 0 to t = T.

(smiles)

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