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- Joined on March 7th 2008, last online 3 days ago.
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I read your profile today and it was so good to me.u know that i am interested to be a friend first.i also believe that coming to you will be a probability of meeting that very love that has been lacking in my entire life. please i will like you to contact me direct to my e-mail address, (email@example.com) i dont know the posebility of remaing in forum for long time,i will give you a full introduction of my self with my pictures ok. i will be waiting for your mail to my e-mail adsdress(firstname.lastname@example.org) as you know
there is no age,race,colour n religion bar when it comes to true love,
Hmm, I can't quite figure out who is in your signature. I think it's either from Redline or from NMH. Any help?
The pic in my sig is from an old game that I played on PC (but I see it was on Amiga and Mega-CD too). Can that help?
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Munkeh111 said: While the ending was definitely nonsense, we have no real idea what happens when you get close to a black hole. We think we know, but we don't The actual time of the start of the film was quite vague, but generally assumed to be around now? I actually argued to my wife (a physicist turned designer) that since inside a back whole there's probably no space-time as...
I watched it last night in digital projection and I was sitting close to the screen. Not the best combination, the resolution lines were clearly visible. I liked it...but the ending was... not ok. Black holes are unapproachable, the event horizon is annihilation in it's purest form. No imaginary human has any business even closely approaching a thing like that and live in any imaginary story...