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The View from Mount Kaye
#41
RE: The View from Mount Kaye
(February 20, 2015 at 8:29 pm)SeanBean Wrote: KAYENNEH!!!!

Welcome back! I was just thinking the other day that you hadn't been here in so long! Not much has changed around here. Except usernames. Lots and lots of usernames. Ain't that right LastPoet Wink

Nap.. I mean Sean Bean!!! You should take some credit too in luring me back, Alice might have been the one to give me the final puss, but you started pestering me a lot sooner Big Grin Heart
When I was young, there was a god with infinite power protecting me. Is there anyone else who felt that way? And was sure about it? but the first time I fell in love, I was thrown down - or maybe I broke free - and I bade farewell to God and became human. Now I don't have God's protection, and I walk on the ground without wings, but I don't regret this hardship. I want to live as a person. -Arina Tanemura

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#42
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omg it's Kay! Welcome back. Love
"Well, evolution is a theory. It is also a fact. And facts and theories are different things, not rungs in a hierarchy of increasing certainty. Facts are the world's data. Theories are structures of ideas that explain and interpret facts. Facts don't go away when scientists debate rival theories to explain them. Einstein's theory of gravitation replaced Newton's in this century, but apples didn't suspend themselves in midair, pending the outcome. And humans evolved from ape- like ancestors whether they did so by Darwin's proposed mechanism or by some other yet to be discovered."

-Stephen Jay Gould
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#43
RE: The View from Mount Kaye
Hey Tonus! *grabs into a hug*
When I was young, there was a god with infinite power protecting me. Is there anyone else who felt that way? And was sure about it? but the first time I fell in love, I was thrown down - or maybe I broke free - and I bade farewell to God and became human. Now I don't have God's protection, and I walk on the ground without wings, but I don't regret this hardship. I want to live as a person. -Arina Tanemura

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#44
RE: The View from Mount Kaye
(February 21, 2015 at 8:51 am)Kayenneh Wrote: Nap.. I mean Sean Bean!!! You should take some credit too in luring me back, Alice might have been the one to give me the final puss, but you started pestering me a lot sooner Big Grin Heart

You got a final puss?
I wish I get puss until I die!
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#45
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(February 21, 2015 at 10:52 am)pocaracas Wrote: You got a final puss?
I wish I get puss until I die!

Oh dear.. Push, it's supposed to read push. I have no idea what happened there, I'm completely innocent! Big Grin
When I was young, there was a god with infinite power protecting me. Is there anyone else who felt that way? And was sure about it? but the first time I fell in love, I was thrown down - or maybe I broke free - and I bade farewell to God and became human. Now I don't have God's protection, and I walk on the ground without wings, but I don't regret this hardship. I want to live as a person. -Arina Tanemura

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#46
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Hello, Kayenneh. I joined just a month ago. It's nice to meet you Big Grin
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#47
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Hi Norman! Nice to meet you too! Smile
When I was young, there was a god with infinite power protecting me. Is there anyone else who felt that way? And was sure about it? but the first time I fell in love, I was thrown down - or maybe I broke free - and I bade farewell to God and became human. Now I don't have God's protection, and I walk on the ground without wings, but I don't regret this hardship. I want to live as a person. -Arina Tanemura

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#48
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(February 19, 2015 at 10:09 am)Kayenneh Wrote:
(February 18, 2015 at 7:38 pm)Brakeman Wrote: What job did you get?

I did what I swore I'd never do again, I'm a manager at a fast food joint. It's not too bad, at least in my part of the world I get a decent paycheck Big Grin

Like I tell my christian coworkers, "be good or when you die you'll be right back at your desk!"
Find the cure for Fundementia!
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#49
RE: The View from Mount Kaye
(February 21, 2015 at 1:04 pm)Brakeman Wrote: Like I tell my christian coworkers, "be good or when you die you'll be right back at your desk!"

Ramen! Big Grin
When I was young, there was a god with infinite power protecting me. Is there anyone else who felt that way? And was sure about it? but the first time I fell in love, I was thrown down - or maybe I broke free - and I bade farewell to God and became human. Now I don't have God's protection, and I walk on the ground without wings, but I don't regret this hardship. I want to live as a person. -Arina Tanemura

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#50
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(February 21, 2015 at 3:54 am)LastPoet Wrote: My username hasn't changed Sean Bean.

It's changed colour though Cool Shades
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