DeadNotSleeping

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    Is fear a choice? What do you fear and why?

    in NSFW Discussion on 19 September 2013

    Michael-5 said: DeadNotSleeping said: Michael-5 said: DeadNotSleeping said: Michael-5 said: DeadNotSleeping said: You have decided that your fears are not optional, that they are hard-wired into your mind.  Therefore, they are so.  And you will never overcome them so long as you stand by your decision.  Any attempt to confront them will...

    Write 55

    Is fear a choice? What do you fear and why?

    in NSFW Discussion on 19 September 2013

    Michael-5 said: DeadNotSleeping said: Michael-5 said: DeadNotSleeping said: You have decided that your fears are not optional, that they are hard-wired into your mind.  Therefore, they are so.  And you will never overcome them so long as you stand by your decision.  Any attempt to confront them will be challenged by the choice you have already made....

    Write 127

    What would happen to the USA if we ended prohibition right now?

    in Politics Discussion on 19 September 2013

    SlayerRondo said: DeadNotSleeping said: -There are more alcohol addicts per capita post-1933 than prohibition-era. This first one is simple a lie as the standards and detection for alcohol addiction have increased, as is common for many conditions where better detection results in apparant increases. -Alcoholism has had a massive burden on health care, organ donation eligibility....

    Write 127

    What would happen to the USA if we ended prohibition right now?

    in Politics Discussion on 18 September 2013

    snyps said: DeadNotSleeping said:More addicts, more accidents and a greater burden on the health care system. The average IQ will decrease, as will the number of eligible blood/organ donors. Criminal organization will choose to either compete with legitimate business to sell drugs, likely opting to cut corners on safety and sanitation during production to keep things competitively...

    Write 127

    What would happen to the USA if we ended prohibition right now?

    in Politics Discussion on 18 September 2013

    More addicts, more accidents and a greater burden on the health care system. The average IQ will decrease, as will the number of eligible blood/organ donors. Criminal organization will choose to either compete with legitimate business to sell drugs, likely opting to cut corners on safety and sanitation during production to keep things competitively priced, or they will supplement the lost income...

    Write 55

    Is fear a choice? What do you fear and why?

    in NSFW Discussion on 18 September 2013

    Michael-5 said: DeadNotSleeping said: Michael-5 said: DeadNotSleeping said: You keep asking me questions that you ought to be asking yourself.  You made your choices, now it is up to you to understand them.  That you continue asking me these questions when I've told you more than once to look within yourself suggests to me an unwillingness on your part to...

    Write 55

    Is fear a choice? What do you fear and why?

    in NSFW Discussion on 18 September 2013

    Michael-5 said: DeadNotSleeping said: Michael-5 said: DeadNotSleeping said: Your reasons are your own; I cannot tell you why you make the choices you make.  Not for this or anything else for that matter.  Only you can answer those questions. Well I can tell you that I don't choose to be afraid. I love roller coasters because I love moving fast, but...

    Write 55

    Is fear a choice? What do you fear and why?

    in NSFW Discussion on 17 September 2013

    Michael-5 said: DeadNotSleeping said: Michael-5 said: DeadNotSleeping said: The fear of heights is an adaptive trait.  At some point in your personal history, you have decided that there is benefit to an adverse reaction to heights. Perhaps you have decided that life and limb is more valuable than perceived risk.  The first step is to understand why you...

    Write 55

    Is fear a choice? What do you fear and why?

    in NSFW Discussion on 17 September 2013

    Michael-5 said: DeadNotSleeping said: Michael-5 said: DeadNotSleeping said:Every emotion is a choice. For efficiency's sake, the brain does not require higher thinking to generate emotional responses--a highly adaptive trait--but through force of will, emotions can be amplified, negated, or converted into a different emotion entirely. With practice and a great deal...

    Write 55

    Is fear a choice? What do you fear and why?

    in NSFW Discussion on 17 September 2013

    Michael-5 said: DeadNotSleeping said:Every emotion is a choice. For efficiency's sake, the brain does not require higher thinking to generate emotional responses--a highly adaptive trait--but through force of will, emotions can be amplified, negated, or converted into a different emotion entirely. With practice and a great deal of introspection, one can set new parameters for one's...

    Write 55

    Is fear a choice? What do you fear and why?

    in NSFW Discussion on 16 September 2013

    Every emotion is a choice. For efficiency's sake, the brain does not require higher thinking to generate emotional responses--a highly adaptive trait--but through force of will, emotions can be amplified, negated, or converted into a different emotion entirely. With practice and a great deal of introspection, one can set new parameters for one's own mind to experience those emotions, tailoring...

    Write 87

    Would you support Marijuana if everything else became illegal?

    in General Discussion on 06 September 2013

    I really wouldn't care if alcohol and tobacco became illegal. Alcohol has played a contributing factor in countless violent and/or sexual crimes--not to mention accidents--and tobacco is basically the leading cause of death in first world countries. The world would be better off without them. I accept marijuana for medicinal purposes; I'm pretty much all for any substance provided that it...

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    So If Consoles Went All Digital What Would You Do?

    in Gaming Discussion on 03 September 2013

    Buy the console--used--at the end of its cycle and stock up on discounted games that looked interesting. Play those until the next console cycle is at an end and repeat the process....

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    Remind me again why online multiplayer matters.

    in Gaming Discussion on 03 September 2013

    richardhutnik said: Edit: Note that this initial post comes from my personal bias as someone who seeks to be involved with, and build, online community for gamer, and gets sick of the whole Facebook approach of people not really knowing anyone but acting as voyeurs and exhibitionists.  People show no ability to post context in regards to what they share with others from an interest...

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    Do Gamestop Employees Even Play Games?

    in Gaming Discussion on 01 September 2013

    painmaster212 said: [Him] "Whats the name of the game?" [Me] "Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD [Him] " For which system did you want to preorder this on?"  [Me] "Its a Zelda game brother" [Him] "Yeah you said that and for which console did you want it on? Playstation, Xbox or Nintendo? (yes he said Nintendo not Wii U) [Me] "..........Hangs up" LOL   He...

    Write 68

    Women and Children First?

    in General Discussion on 26 August 2013

    insomniac17 said: ultima said: insomniac17 said: That said, I'd let pretty much everyone go first. Not because I have no value for my life, but because I don't want to see anyone else hurt if I could help them. LOL. That's quite honourable. But would you not consider how the ones who love you will feel if you disappear? I know you wouldn't be around to see that in...

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    Women and Children First?

    in General Discussion on 26 August 2013

    It would be morally praiseworthy but not morally obligatory. That said, I have an old-fashioned sense of honour. I would help everyone else I could before stepping off myself, starting with the women and children....

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    God doesn't prevent terrible things because?

    in General Discussion on 26 August 2013

    SlayerRondo said: DeadNotSleeping said: AstroGamer said:Asking why God doesn't prevent terrible things is a tad stupid, I feel. I feel the world is hardly a terrible place. The terrible things that happen are so small in comparison to what could happen. For example say there were no more earthquakes, probably the tectonic plates wouldn't be moving. Why do they move? because...

    Write 210

    God doesn't prevent terrible things because?

    in General Discussion on 26 August 2013

    Accela said: DeadNotSleeping said: AstroGamer said:Asking why God doesn't prevent terrible things is a tad stupid, I feel. I feel the world is hardly a terrible place. The terrible things that happen are so small in comparison to what could happen. For example say there were no more earthquakes, probably the tectonic plates wouldn't be moving. Why do they move? because of the...

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    God doesn't prevent terrible things because?

    in General Discussion on 25 August 2013

    AstroGamer said:Asking why God doesn't prevent terrible things is a tad stupid, I feel. I feel the world is hardly a terrible place. The terrible things that happen are so small in comparison to what could happen. For example say there were no more earthquakes, probably the tectonic plates wouldn't be moving. Why do they move? because of the shifting mantle beneath the crust. I'm not even...

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