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  • I already saw this in the "Testing Area" -- added by mod

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    Apathy

    I've always thought dolphins were intelligent.
    Verere testudinem! (Fear the turtle)

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    I would like to vote for both choices, but it will not let me vote twice.
    Wakeup in the morning and kick the day in the teeth!! Or something like that.

    "i don't want to write leak free code or most efficient code, like others traditional (so called expert) coders do."

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    Originally posted by Tom Frohman
    I've always thought dolphins were intelligent.
    Yeah... so did John Lilly, but then again he thought for some time that he was in communication with an extraterrestrial super intelligence...
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    Originally posted by Tom Frohman
    I've always thought dolphins were intelligent.
    It looks like the vote is overwhelmingly in favor: we all don't care about this thread.
    SolarFlare

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    Originally posted by galathaea

    Yeah... so did John Lilly, but then again he thought for some time that he was in communication with an extraterrestrial super intelligence...
    OK, I give up. Who is John Lilly?
    Verere testudinem! (Fear the turtle)

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    Originally posted by Tom Frohman


    OK, I give up. Who is John Lilly?
    I guess we are talking altered states galathaea...this is why I am an advocate for Acid

    In the province of connected minds, what the network believes to be true, either is true or becomes true within certain limits to be found experientially and experimentally. These limits are further beliefs to be transcended. In the network's mind there are no limits.
    ~~ Dr. John Lilly

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    Originally posted by Mick_2002
    I guess we are talking altered states galathaea...this is why I am an advocate for Acid

    In the province of connected minds, what the network believes to be true, either is true or becomes true within certain limits to be found experientially and experimentally. These limits are further beliefs to be transcended. In the network's mind there are no limits.
    ~~ Dr. John Lilly
    Bing! Yep, he was the one who invented an electrode device for testing regions of brains on monkeys to find out their function and then invented the sensory deprivation tank. He was also one of the first researchers on dolphin communication and language. The films Altered States and The Day of the Dolphins are (very loosely) based upon him. He did a lot of ketamine in his days with the tank and had some very weird trips, too... He's got some quite interesting books on metaprogramming oneself as well.
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    Originally posted by solarflare

    It looks like the vote is overwhelmingly in favor: we all don't care about this thread.
    I know I don't care about this thread.
    Verere testudinem! (Fear the turtle)

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    Thumbs down

    Like I care if you saw this in the testing area
    Verere testudinem! (Fear the turtle)

    Once you can accept the universe as matter expanding into nothing that is something, wearing stripes with plaid comes easy. -Albert Einstein

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    But what if we don't care about you're not caring about us not caring?

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    Originally posted by Tom Frohman
    Like I care if you saw this in the testing area
    Who cares what you care about? Oh, well, I'll go cross Sahara walking...who cares...
    Gabriel, CodeGuru moderator

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    I care. In fact EVERYBODY cares. Don't be afraid to admit it.
    Wakeup in the morning and kick the day in the teeth!! Or something like that.

    "i don't want to write leak free code or most efficient code, like others traditional (so called expert) coders do."

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    This is the saddest thing I've ever seen... and I've seen a lot of sad things.
    SolarFlare

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    Solar sad? Oh no!!!!

    Well lets chear him up. Did you hear the one about the world's greatest farmer? He is outstanding in his field.

    Even sadder now? well I give up.
    Verere testudinem! (Fear the turtle)

    Once you can accept the universe as matter expanding into nothing that is something, wearing stripes with plaid comes easy. -Albert Einstein

    Robots are trying to steal my luggage.

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    The word for the day is "Beslobber".
    Verere testudinem! (Fear the turtle)

    Once you can accept the universe as matter expanding into nothing that is something, wearing stripes with plaid comes easy. -Albert Einstein

    Robots are trying to steal my luggage.

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