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Worshipped

by 1 Jurors

I have never had enough of pun, even though I'm not good at it.

Worshipped

by 1 Jurors

Good Article for everyone

Worshipped

by 1 Jurors

A new long-term study into violent media in the US could help settle the long-standing argument of whether or not violent films and video games are to blame for violence in society.
The research, led by psychologist Christopher Ferguson and published in the Journal of Communication, not only found... Click to read more

Worshipped

by 2 Jurors

Beginning about 400,000 years ago, Neanderthals began moving across Europe and Western Asia. They roamed widely for hundreds of thousands of years. Then something happened about 45,000 years ago. That’s when a new, invasive species turned up on the scene, homo sapiens—our direct ancestors. This grou... Click to read more

Loved

by 7 Jurors

The unanimous consensus is heavily in net neutrality's favor, whether you're a conservative or a liberal. Unless you're a fascist, you wouldn't want your bandwidth to be charged based on the content of your transmission, instead of the volume, right? I trust our lawmakers will come to a sensible dec... Click to read more

Loved

by 2 Jurors

Horay to Pi! Pi Day is going to be extra special this year, as 2015 stretches the symbolic March 14 celebration out a little longer to 3.1415. And if you mark pi at 9:26.53 in the morning or night, youre just a little more in line with the celebrated irrational number that never ends. To 31 decimal... Click to read more

Loved

by 3 Jurors

But as you learn more about the world, innocence will fade. If not, it'll become ignorance. The line between the two is so blurred you can't really tell one from another.

Loved

by 1 Jurors

Heterosexual sex is the best sex. The pussy throb that's clinching down and milking the cock bringing the man's orgasm to great heights is the best feeling in the entire world. Gay sex with only one small part of the hole able to clench down and lesbian sex with cold plastic or glass dildos that don... Click to read more

Loved

by 1 Jurors

I just read this article.

Christians dont seem to mind that so many beloved Christmas songs were written by Jews, and Jews tend to reel off the list with pride.
White Christmas. Let It Snow. Santa Baby. Ill Be Home for Christmas. Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire. Silver Bells. Rudolph the Red-... Click to read more

Loved

by 1 Jurors

好過美式搖滾好多

Loved

by 2 Jurors

That I'm constantly obsessed with the past makes me think about how and why nostalgia comes to be. Turns out science already has anexplanation for it.

The way we remember memories is constantly distorted. By recalling a memory of the past, you are remembering it as your brain has chosen to distor... Click to read more

Loved

by 2 Jurors

Nice quote by Brian!

Revered

by 2 Jurors

I prefer the old school long hair but Pixie cut looks really nice on some people. Alice in Twilight was the first girl who's impressive with the pixie cut.

Recently, Kaley Cuoco schooled us big time on how to be sexy with pixie cut as well. She actually looks greater with her new haircut!

I do... Click to read more

Revered

by 3 Jurors

@Tech Mod: How to improve our creativity?

Creativity is great, but is it something that can be obtained through training, or is it a born gift? I can't say for sure, but it sure helps if you're the kind of person who always think outside the box. How? Maybe you can start by thinking the opposite... Click to read more

Revered

by 1 Jurors

I believe in fate. Follower of fatalism doesn't necessarily have to be religious. I, for instance, am an atheist, but I believe predetermination. Fate has a lot to do with time and space, two of the most debated and mysterious concepts. I believe that somehow, events are eternally looping, waiting t... Click to read more

Revered

by 3 Jurors

This is pure science fiction. We dont yet have the necessary technology to make this happen. Thanks to the Coriolis force, which influences objects in a rotating system, the climber — and by consequence the cable itself — would be forced in the opposite direction of the Earth's rotation. This would... Click to read more

Revered

by 2 Jurors

It is a must, in now simple term, learn coding please. Learn OS, learn coding, learn servers, learn testing, learning IDE.

Revered

by 3 Jurors

Red hair girls are probably the most sought after girlfriend. They are a priced commodity because there are so few of them. For every 10 brunette or blonde there are only 1 redhead. I do realize they tend to have fairer skin that might be the cause of the freckles on their face. It's the reason I pr... Click to read more

Revered

by 3 Jurors

Isn't it the same as "Snowball effect"? In theory, snowballing is like investing a few dollars into a stock and wait for it to grow exponentially, but it's much more complicated than that, and it doesn't take into account all the time. That's why it's just a "theory" rather than a "law".

Lorenz d... Click to read more

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by 2 Jurors

I came in about to post something negative about ponytail based on my bad personal experience, only to see that there are so many different great ponytail styles for both men and women. It's really eye-opening and awe-inspiring.
Still doesn't change the annoying fact that ponytail can be used as a... Click to read more

Revered

by 1 Jurors

Nihilism is the belief that there is no true meaning or value of life. "Morality" is entirely a man-made concept that did not exist, and, according to Nihilists, should not.

Nihilism is most commonly associated with German philosopher Nietzsche. In the same period of practicing "realpolitik", an... Click to read more

Revered

by 16 Jurors

"There was only one thing my dad told me he wanted in his funeral no God. And in case you are thinking he said, Know God, let me set you straight. His actual words were, I am an atheist and I feel very strongly about that. These were my only marching orders when I started organizing hisfuneral.
We... Click to read more

Revered

by 2 Jurors

String theory yields many fascinating subjects for thought, but you may be wondering about the practical importance of it. For one thing, string theory is the next step in our growing understanding of the universe.
For an example of the unexpected nature of scientific progress, consider the discove... Click to read more

Revered

by 3 Jurors

"Extremely rare" fossils from a swordfish-like creature which lived 100 million years ago have been discovered in the Australian outback.Two families on holiday unearthed the prehistoric predator at a free fossil-finding site in north-west Queensland.
The remains are thought to be from the Australo... Click to read more

Revered

by 2 Jurors

Fist bump feels more brotherly than a handshake. Fist bump has almost exclusively replaced handshake when meeting people among my peers. And yes it's less physical contact than a handshake, which is often a race to see whose grip is firmer. I hate that cause I'm weak.

Revered

by 1 Jurors

I kind of miss the emotions attached with being a teenager... ages 15-17, I was falling in and out of love rapidly, and I kind of miss that. I used to feel more intensly as a teenager than I do now. That is probably part of being that age.
When the girl I was crushing on would talk to me for hours... Click to read more

Appreciated

by 2 Jurors

The music genre that combines the explosiveness of metal and the epicness of electric strings are called symphonic metal. This genre of music - popularized by Finnish band Nightwish, Dutch band Epica, Within Temptation and, to some degree, American band Evanescence - is able to produce beautiful mel... Click to read more

Appreciated

by 1 Jurors

This video helps in many decision-making processes.

Appreciated

by 2 Jurors

But what I consider "hard rock" (Shinedown, Seether, Breaking Benjamin), others would consider "rock" or even kind of soft.
I like rock music but I tend to prefer softer music with more melody and variety in the rhythm than most fans.

Appreciated

by 6 Jurors

Money makes many things.
Human life is linked with the money like the way food is for the body. One cannot survive  without food, at the same time, one cannot survive  without money.
Most of the people fail to balance between their income and expenditure. The one who can balance it properly will l... Click to read more

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