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“let's do this thang!”

Since: Aug 10

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#455395 Mar 28, 2013
Kaitlin the Wolf Witch wrote:
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah, like lesbians seek out gay male self-suck porn. Puhleeze! It's so obvious that Kaitlyn's a guy.
<quoted text>
I don't think you're quite his type. But then, maybe I'm wrong...
He's so hot for me, he had to follow me here.
nano's a hot babe who actually looks like kiera knightley. i know this cuz she used to have her pic up before she got stalked by people (hope my saying so is ok:) and i trust her to be truthful much more than i can trust others.

you're welcome to be my girlfriend too if we can all learn to get along together;)

“let's do this thang!”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#455396 Mar 28, 2013
high beam wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL
Luv u2
:D
thanks hon;)

“YO BOO”

Since: Sep 07

land of BOO

#455397 Mar 28, 2013
Chess Jurist wrote:
<quoted text>
Please provide evidence of that.
A permalink would be great.
LupyLu wrote:
<quoted text>Chess nuts
You are a liar as well as an abuser, deal with it.
Please provide evidence of that.

A permalink would be great.

Have you ever lied in your life? If you say yes then that would make you a liar then.If you say no then you would be telling a lie now... In other words you are a liar...

CHECKMATE
duststorm

League City, TX

#455398 Mar 28, 2013
Chess Jurist wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe.
Deader than a doorknob regardless.
Yes. The Jews didn't count you as really dead until you had been dead 3 days.

“Are you a Problem or Solution?”

Since: Mar 09

Ann Arbor, MI

#455399 Mar 28, 2013
G_O_D wrote:
<quoted text>
I can address the plagarism and theif comments as the ignorance of the uneducated.
Plagarism is an academic policy and holds as much weight outside of academia as bad table manners.
As for the criminality of it, I suggest a good reading of the fair use clauses of the copyright laws.
All the bitchng about 'plagarizing theives' is just assinine babbling of the misinformed and under educated. It is just another stupid urban myth.
<<raises hand>> I have to tell you that I find it very irritating when someone does not site source when they plagiarize anotherís work. I call folks out on it when I see it, and yes at times it can be a simple matter of a forgotten link, or being unaware of the implication. Can you imagine working for years on a subject, just to have someone else come along and take credit for it? It is my honest opinion that here in topix-land, when you post something under your avatar you are in essence saying its your own words, unless you credit another.

What Plagiarism Is:
Plagiarism is theft. Donít steal.
-End of Article.-
EDIT: Apparently thatís not the end of this article. My editors demand more content. Fine.
Plagiarism is taking another personís ideas Ė no matter the format: images, text, sculptures, anything Ė and then presenting them as your own by refusing to give the original source credit. Let me make this perfectly clear:
Any Source Ė online or offline
And format Ė text, images or anything else (Google image search? Totally counts.)
If you didnít make it, someone else did, and you are obligated to tell the reader who that was. If you present something to your readers without giving credit, the reader assumes you came up with it all on your own. Donít steal stuff, man!
http://www.brighthubeducation.com/help-with-w...
babysan

United States

#455400 Mar 28, 2013
Huh wrote:
<quoted text>
You should start your own thread: I need a life... besides this one on Topix.
Yes I do! Need 24-hour thread coverage? I got this!
babysan

United States

#455401 Mar 28, 2013
duststorm wrote:
<quoted text>Yes. The Jews didn't count you as really dead until you had been dead 3 days.
That's what people say about both my brain cells!
babysan

United States

#455402 Mar 28, 2013
Gut Stomper wrote:
<quoted text>Haha. Internet tough guy wants to bag an ugly Brazilian. Listen, cancer boy, you couldn't beat up Gilbert Gotfried if he were in a straight jacket. Bwahahahaha.
Stompedy! Stomplarious!
Have you seen the mug on that Aussie? Are you that pathetically desperate?
Ha ha. Internet stalker so consumed with the other posters that she takes screen shots and gives round-the-clock whining commentary while simultaneously feigning indifference to this "backwater chatroom." You're a weirdo, Nancy.
babysan

United States

#455403 Mar 28, 2013
I'm a lesbian trapped in a lesbian's body. Nothing wrong with that!
high beam

Lansdowne, PA

#455404 Mar 28, 2013
New Age Spiritual Leader wrote:
<quoted text>
Long before Jesus was around, Judaism had well established Numerology in the religion, of course, some being more pronounced within the doctrines than others.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Significance_of_...
I've studied and actually participated in different activities that have to do with Numerology - and IMO, it is very telling and an interesting "art" to say the least.
Numbers, like anything have known meanings, but many unknowns to the public eye. One would have to go physically look for the information, but it exists worldly and very accessible at public libraries and retail outlets.
To give a quick shout out to Numerology fans - here are some basic fundamentals:
1 - change - beginnings (or endings that show a new star), many 1s can indicated a 'pronounced change'
2 - sharing, helping - visualize two hands shaking - reunion
3 - group involvement - could also mean delays, but a future success
4 - manifestation of an idea
5 - lucky and unlucky change or challenges - material properity - spiritual poverty
6 - the ability to transcend difficulty - indicates adjustments in thoughts or attitudes
7 - a period of introspection and solitude
8 - positive character change (rarely diluted)
9 - situations nearing completion and a new journey awaits
10 = 1 - back to the beginning.
11 = 2
12 = 3
etc...
Cheers!
Hey, thanks for that link.
What I found very interesting on #17 is that the Hebrew month Tammuz is actually named after an earlier Babylonian god.

So here you have, a supposed monotheistic Hebrew religion incorporating a pagan god into their system.
Meanwhile, there ain't supposed to be more than one god, well at least to the later Jews and the christians.

Another piece of evidence that the earlier Hebrews were actually polytheistic.
high beam

Lansdowne, PA

#455405 Mar 28, 2013
duststorm wrote:
Jesus was crucified yesterday, Nisan 14, at the third hour.(9 am)
Between the 6th to 9th hour, there was darness over the land, Jesus commended his spirit unto the father and died on the cross.
He was laid hastily in the borrowed tomb of Joseph of Arimethea, at sundown before the beginning of Passover.
Passover started on Monday.
So how can you celebrate an event that supposed have happened before Passover AFTER Passover?

“Ungood doubleplus duckspeak.”

Since: Dec 12

Earth

#455407 Mar 28, 2013
NoStress4me wrote:
<<raises hand>> I have to tell you that I find it very irritating when someone does not site source when they plagiarize another’s work. I call folks out on it when I see it, and yes at times it can be a simple matter of a forgotten link, or being unaware of the implication. Can you imagine working for years on a subject, just to have someone else come along and take credit for it? It is my honest opinion that here in topix-land, when you post something under your avatar you are in essence saying its your own words, unless you credit another.

What Plagiarism Is:
Plagiarism is theft. Don’t steal.
-End of Article.-
EDIT: Apparently that’s not the end of this article. My editors demand more content. Fine.
Plagiarism is taking another person¬ís ideas ¬Ė no matter the format: images, text, sculptures, anything ¬Ė and then presenting them as your own by refusing to give the original source credit. Let me make this perfectly clear:
Any Source ¬Ė online or offline
And format ¬Ė text, images or anything else (Google image search? Totally counts.)
If you didn’t make it, someone else did, and you are obligated to tell the reader who that was. If you present something to your readers without giving credit, the reader assumes you came up with it all on your own. Don’t steal stuff, man!
http://www.brighthubeducation.com/help-with-w...
Fair enough. According to that article, I posted something that was common knowledge to G and forgetting the link was not deliberate nor did I gain from it. By all means report me if you feel it's deserved but don't spend 3 months calling me a thief and a liar over it. This is not an academic environment either. I did not commit a crime.
Gut Stomper

United States

#455408 Mar 28, 2013
What's the gayest word in the English language? babysan!

That's right. I said it, botches!

“Are you a Problem or Solution?”

Since: Mar 09

Ann Arbor, MI

#455409 Mar 28, 2013
LupyLu wrote:
<quoted text>
Fair enough. According to that article, I posted something that was common knowledge to G and forgetting the link was not deliberate nor did I gain from it. By all means report me if you feel it's deserved but don't spend 3 months calling me a thief and a liar over it. This is not an academic environment either. I did not commit a crime.
I know it wasnít deliberate or for gainÖas you apologized for it back in December, saying that you were tired and forgot the link. I have never called you a thief or a liarÖ.I simply do not understand why anyone is trying to break it down to being anything other than dishonest and wrong to *intentionally* plagiarize.
Huh

Seymour, TN

#455411 Mar 28, 2013
Gut Stomper wrote:
<quoted text>As I marvel at the irony of the things I write under all my socks, this one is the juiciest. We have this thread, me. But you, me, know that already. We, me, you, I have nothing to do but pretend on the Internet.
Stompsophrenia!
Meltdown...
Huh

Seymour, TN

#455412 Mar 28, 2013
Gut Stomper wrote:
<quoted text>
<quoted text>Aren't I adorable? I don't even understand how ironic I am when I post!
Stompalanislikerainonmywedding dayifiwerentsopathetic!
Boom! Imploded....
Huh

Seymour, TN

#455413 Mar 28, 2013
babysan wrote:
<quoted text>Yes I do! Need 24-hour thread coverage? I got this!
Raging lunatic...
Huh

Seymour, TN

#455414 Mar 28, 2013
babysan wrote:
<quoted text>That's what people say about both my brain cells!
Note the 'two brain cell' meme.
Not hard to track this one...
Huh

Seymour, TN

#455415 Mar 28, 2013
babysan wrote:
<quoted text>Ha ha. Internet stalker so consumed with the other posters that she takes screen shots and gives round-the-clock whining commentary while simultaneously feigning indifference to this "backwater chatroom." You're a weirdo, Nancy.
Spontaneous combustion...
Huh

Seymour, TN

#455416 Mar 28, 2013
Gut Stomper wrote:
What's the gayest word in the English language? babysan!
That's right. I said it, botches!
I'm gay all day.

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