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If people sat outside and looked at the stars each night, I bet they would live a lot differently.

Chelsea Smith
Twenty-three years of age
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Doctor Who, Disney, Dr. Horrible, Harry Potter, Skyrim, Portal, theatre, music octopi, kitties, owls, snuggles, nature, cosmos, tattoos, sleeping, pretty things, etc. DFTBA

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RinaBea

Report | 04/23/2013 1:46 pm

RinaBea

no problem love, thank you! enjoy the gold xo
signalstar

Report | 09/16/2010 2:25 pm

signalstar

cool avi
20thcentury sexy fox

Report | 05/27/2010 11:52 am

20thcentury sexy fox

your smexy
Bardolfwolflord

Report | 02/11/2010 8:44 pm

Bardolfwolflord

nice pro
Deposit Ninja

Report | 02/11/2010 4:27 pm

Deposit Ninja

nice avis and profile! :3
Vocaloid Magic

Report | 01/13/2010 8:52 pm

Vocaloid Magic

i just love this layout. glee is soo awsome. can you make a layout with artie plz.
redroosters

Report | 01/12/2010 3:39 pm

redroosters

I see. A funny little paradox, but I find it probable that paradoxes are completely plausible; it is merely beyond stock human comprehension.
redroosters

Report | 01/12/2010 3:23 pm

redroosters

Well, it appeared that you claimed to know. I'll clarify; atheist or agnostic?


Also, don't be silly. I live on debate.
redroosters

Report | 01/12/2010 2:58 pm

redroosters

The first article has a large number of logical flaws. I'd list them out for you, if you'd like. One includes making one point, then another, then a wild claim, then it begins chanting. The second article is alright. I never believed that the idea of a world-wide flood was plausible enough to have had a very high chance of occurring, considering the circumstances.

I think you see my point. There is no way to know, one way or the other. Therefore, I ask you: Why claim to know?

We're debating, by the way, because I want to.
redroosters

Report | 01/10/2010 11:21 am

redroosters

What do you see?


And, I'd also like to see your evidence. It strikes me as silly that you can prove such an almost-philosophical idea one way or the other.

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