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Polymath257
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Polymath257

Think & Care, Male, 56

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Pondering math Oct 19, 2019

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    1. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the pair of likes on Polyamory lifestyle
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    2. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the frube on Why I Could Never Be An Atheist
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    3. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the winner on Chris joins the mile high club
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    4. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the frube on Evolution & Creationism are both Faith & Supernatural based
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    5. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the frube on Summer in China!

      Edit : frubeS

      When i first read this thread i read it as summer in Chennai. I had a long reply written before i read it as China.
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    6. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the frube on Monistic Atomism
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    7. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for the frog pond frubal.
      And for flurbing the missing decimal point.
      And for the avoiding of Talibanism frubism.
      And for froobing a Chinese greeting best avoided.
      And for the failed impeachment froobment.
      And for furballing the entertainment value of balls & strings.
      And for the meeting new people fruble.
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    8. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the frube on How did Christianity kill longstanding paganism in Europe?
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    9. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the funny on Nonviolence or Pacifism?
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    10. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for froobing what some believers believe.
      And for the economics of castle building frubing.
      And for fruballing the threatening guy in the mirror.
      And for the greasy morality frubity.
      And for the Moon landing frubing.
      And for flurbing not so many atheists.
      And for the division by zero frubo.
      And for foorlbing how to make an entrance.
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    11. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the frubes on touch Touch

      And thank you for the like on What is something kind and practical that you can do for someone today?
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    12. IndigoChild5559
      IndigoChild5559
      Example of intuition. In another room, someone had an esoteric idea. I had a bad feeling, like the guy was just a bit too off the wall. I decided he was probably unsound and better to just leave alone. He has just posted that he is an archangel and the messiah. That is intuition.
      1. Polymath257
        Polymath257
        I see this all the time. I attribute this to intuition based on experience. Sometimes there are clues in what is written that show some underlying thought process that is warped.
        Mar 26, 2019
      2. IndigoChild5559
        IndigoChild5559
        Exactly. That doesn't make it any less intuition. The thought process is not conscious, is not analysis.
        Mar 26, 2019
      3. IndigoChild5559
        IndigoChild5559
        Hope you don't mind that I'm doing this private. I don't believe in embarrassing the mentally ill publicly.
        Mar 26, 2019
    13. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the frube on Is there such a thing as eternal love?
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    14. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the like on Chew On This, Creationists
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    15. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the funny on Possibly Confused and Saying Hello
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    16. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thank you for frubaling the 4 minute man on Difference in ages between partners in a relationship. Your thoughts.
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    17. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the frube on Meanwhile, this guy.
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    18. Dan From Smithville
      Dan From Smithville
      Thanks for the frube on the Oldest profession thread.
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    19. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for conjuring up a funny for turning copper into gold
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    20. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for froobing the real reason man started farming.
      And for the royal frubal.
      And for fruballing renewable energy.
      And for the theories vs whims fruble.
      And for the several flurbings on spiritual discernment.
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    Gender:
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    Birthday:
    Feb 7, 1963 (Age: 56)
    Occupation:
    Math Professor
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    A little learning is a dangerous thing
    Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring:
    There shallow draughts intoxicate the brain,
    And drinking largely sobers us again.

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