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Posted on Sun, Oct 31, 2010 12:34 AM

the wearing of amazing hats as you WELL know Bern is genetic. Its also a sign of extreme intelligence even reflecting the deep inner beauty of the wearer. In some countries its also a sign of great social standing and enormous wealth, those who wear the most outlandish creations are to be considered rare exotic creatures. They should be revered and put on a pedestal. Got that Bern ?? ROFLMAO

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Posted on Sat, Oct 30, 2010 11:05 PM

Quoting Curious2078:

UH OH!!! .....



Yea, she asked for it. I probably can think of a thousand questions to ask her. lololol

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Posted on Sat, Oct 30, 2010 08:58 PM

Quoting wwww12345:

That's right. Something or someone has to start you thinking about a subject and until you think about a subject it is a complete unknown area to you. If I ask you if the moon is made of green cheese you will probably say no, but in the process of saying no you had to recall all you know about the moon. If you knew nothing, then hopefully you would research the subject before saying no. Conversations or reading another persons view on things usually makes us shape and firm up our view and thinking. Questions trigger a good type of brain activity.


Shaping up and firming - also a gym activity, with a whole lot less room for disagreement. No?

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Posted on Sat, Oct 30, 2010 07:45 PM

Quoting Tinkerbelle:

lol Bern sentient beings are thinking all the time regardless of whether questions are asked or not. Ok heres the test. Ask me a question lol and ill tell you what i think. You could be on dangerous ground here [wink]

Ok, I have a question or two for you. Do you think people who wear crazy hats were born that way, or did they get a lick on their head at some time in the past. Do you think crazy hats runs in families (genetic) or just limited to certain individuals. Is the disorder curable?

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Posted on Sat, Oct 30, 2010 06:58 PM

Quoting Tinkerbelle:

lol Bern sentient beings are thinking all the time regardless of whether questions are asked or not. Ok heres the test. Ask me a question lol and ill tell you what i think. You could be on dangerous ground here [wink]


UH OH!!! .....


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Posted on Sat, Oct 30, 2010 06:56 PM

Quoting Conyersguy:

Come on, Dubs, you know that 98% of the time we guys don't care what you OR I think. We hust want something to eat.....or to be eaten, depending upon which happened last. :) -CG-


Now I'm ROFLMAO.


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Posted on Sat, Oct 30, 2010 08:29 AM

Quoting rmac22:

You are saying that one cannot know waht they think about a given question unless they or someone else asks them that question? rmac


That's right. Something or someone has to start you thinking about a subject and until you think about a subject it is a complete unknown area to you. If I ask you if the moon is made of green cheese you will probably say no, but in the process of saying no you had to recall all you know about the moon. If you knew nothing, then hopefully you would research the subject before saying no. Conversations or reading another persons view on things usually makes us shape and firm up our view and thinking. Questions trigger a good type of brain activity.

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Posted on Sat, Oct 30, 2010 08:10 AM

Quoting Conyersguy:

Come on, Dubs, you know that 98% of the time we guys don't care what you OR I think. We hust want something to eat.....or to be eaten, depending upon which happened last. :) -CG-


LOL... CG. I do believe you have captured the essence...


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Posted on Fri, Oct 29, 2010 11:54 PM

lol Bern sentient beings are thinking all the time regardless of whether questions are asked or not. Ok heres the test. Ask me a question lol and ill tell you what i think. You could be on dangerous ground here [wink]

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Posted on Fri, Oct 29, 2010 08:13 PM

Sounds rhetorical, B....  But on reflection, a very interesting question.  Back to Philosophy 101--or should I say 202?  [I never got that far...don't know what the number should be]

 

Not to sound flilppant--I honestly don't mean to.  Considering the question as not being rhetorical, I can think now, at this moment, of only one answer to the second question:  I know because I keep a journal--which, of course, means I've asked the question of myself...

 

As for the first question:  That seems impossible for me to answer--unless, of course, you have asked the question of yourself and written the answer in your own journal...


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Posted on Fri, Oct 29, 2010 09:28 AM

You are saying that one cannot know waht they think about a given question unless they or someone else asks them that question? rmac

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