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Posted on Mon, Mar 13, 2006 07:10

www..
If love and soulmate could be replaced by a robotic toy at $19.95, you would be a rich man soon and make alot of these people searching for the elusive mate very happy indeed.

so you are substituting virtual reality with artificial intelligence..is this your idea of evolution or human regression to robotic isolation..the emotionless man/woman.?



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Posted on Fri, Mar 10, 2006 21:00

Bonnie88 write:
I think I am not allowed to divulge on this site but it is asianfriendfinder..only for those who are interested in looking for asian male/female friends.
HOpe this gets posted. Bring your own magnet.


A good magnet helps to find the needle...

So Bonnie, where is this magical site? Or are you keeping it a secret??? :o)



Just ignore Bonnie. I have perfected the perfect robot woman. Will be for sale at Walmart soon. Only $19.95
Made in China.

lol
wwww



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Posted on Thu, Feb 16, 2006 13:39

I think I am not allowed to divulge on this site but it is asianfriendfinder..only for those who are interested in looking for asian male/female friends.
HOpe this gets posted. Bring your own magnet.


A good magnet helps to find the needle...

So Bonnie, where is this magical site? Or are you keeping it a secret??? :o)



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Posted on Mon, Feb 06, 2006 12:59

Bonnie88 write:
softspoken2006 write:
wwww123456 You have such depth of insight and great presentation. Oh that all men had this wisdom. It is difficult to find that needle in a haystack!



All you need is find that haystack with all the needles..there are such haystacks around and I found a site that had lots of needles all in one haystack recently and that is why I am not in this site so often...:)


A good magnet helps to find the needle...

So Bonnie, where is this magical site? Or are you keeping it a secret??? :o)



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Posted on Mon, Feb 06, 2006 12:40

Thanks you Soft, but I must be actually dumb as a stump. I can find no other explanation. lol


Bonnie, tell us about this new site.

wwww



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Posted on Sun, Feb 05, 2006 05:42

softspoken2006 write:
wwww123456 You have such depth of insight and great presentation. Oh that all men had this wisdom. It is difficult to find that needle in a haystack!



All you need is find that haystack with all the needles..there are such haystacks around and I found a site that had lots of needles all in one haystack recently and that is why I am not in this site so often...:)



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Posted on Sat, Feb 04, 2006 04:41

wwww123456 You have such depth of insight and great presentation. Oh that all men had this wisdom. It is difficult to find that needle in a haystack!



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Posted on Mon, Jan 30, 2006 15:05

Teaflower write:
Intellectual stimulation is something highly individual, or all the intellectuals would agree with each other. Intellectual stimulation to one person can be a turn-off for another, no?


Yes, I would guess that many intellectual subjects and conversations might turn a person off. Especially if you are that type of person that has a closed mind or if you encounter someone who knows it all and don't want to hear or need your input.



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Posted on Mon, Jan 16, 2006 12:48

I am in Houston, busy, and am not on as much. Should have more time to be bad next month.



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Posted on Sat, Jan 14, 2006 18:18

I've been checking the 360 out more this past week 5w's, but have not seen you posting. It's alot of perusing...more work it seems. More work is more time.



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Posted on Mon, Jan 09, 2006 15:34

Good to see you again Bonnie.
Sharp, I will try to do better about being on. -- I will be on 3 6 0 most, however.



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Posted on Sun, Jan 08, 2006 02:02

HI FOLKS,
Happy New Year..it is really heartwarming to know that I have been missed.. Thanks Sharon for informing me..
It has been a long time since I last read anything here..and have been too caught up with my own life to feel I have much to contribute..
My personal thoughts for the year is:
To learn to communicate better with our loved ones.. we take them for granted and assumed that they understand us intrinsically.. and often we are too presumptuous about their feelings and even our own feelings and needs.
I may be a good thought processor with theoretical issues but when it is one- to- one communication, I realise I could not pace myself to understand nor empathise with others..listening is a skill I have to learn all over again..
INtellectual stimulation requires good listening skills and internalising others' feelings is a much more intimate skill requiring great intuition and instinct that far exceeds that of a distant remote intellectual spectator. Practising what we preach and accepting criticism of our own failings is a painful learning process but nonetheless an important aspect of self-improvement and development. All a humbling process in the route to an enlightened individual.



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Posted on Sat, Jan 07, 2006 06:56

I mention it to her 5w's, but you're not on here much either, nor on the 360...
I'll tell her you miss her. :-)
You can always write her yourself you know.



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Posted on Fri, Jan 06, 2006 12:04

Someone go get that Bonnie person and make her get back on here or on 360.



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Posted on Mon, Dec 26, 2005 22:07

Bonnie88

100% with you on that one!



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Posted on Tue, Dec 20, 2005 20:07

Thanks Carol. Its actually Robert Redfords picture. lol


No, I do not consider myself a intellect. I am too practical to fill my head with useless knowledge. I do love to learn, however, -- but I am very selective because I have limited storage upstairs. lol.



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Posted on Mon, Nov 21, 2005 08:32

Bernie, I did not know that you considered yourself an intellect...now I know that I am in good company with you. But scholars are allright too.
From that scholar i.e. intellectual in Iowa that you know. By the way...good looking photo! Carol

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Posted on Wed, Nov 16, 2005 12:36

"I'm blessed just to know him."

I have a few I am blessed to know also. I am glad that you recognized the value of your friendship. Many people don't.



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Posted on Fri, Nov 11, 2005 20:16

I find myself intellectually stimulated when someone challenges my thinking, when I learn something new about myself through others and when I'm enlightened on a subject I knew nothing about. Also when someone can totally understand my thoughts by interpreting what I said exactly how I meant it, but didn't convey it as such.

I have a friend who does exactly this and I found myself drawn to this guy immensely. I fell in love with him and was in love with him for a loooooonnnnng time - we're talking about years! He was going through a break-up and I thought now is my chance to make my move. But I respect this guy so much I couldn't take advantage of his vulnerability, especially since his heart was with his family. We are still good friends and although I don't get to speak to him as much, I'm blessed just to know him.



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Posted on Mon, Oct 17, 2005 19:26


Infinitenesse write:
A relationship can't be complete without Intellectual Stimulation.
There has to be more than just physical attraction to bind two human beings into a significant and satisfying union.




I certainly agree with that. I would also add friendship.



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