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peace*out

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peace*out last won the day on March 30 2014

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  1. peace*out

    Tempus fugit

    Morality is interesting, and though I'm not in a place where its present on my mind, it's interesting to look at this website as a time capsule of growing up and growing older. It's odd to think that whatever traces we leave in the world, whether in real life or online, outlive us
  2. Link is dead, looks like it didn't last too long...
  3. This is so cool! Looks like the 2020 one is coming up in January...
  4. Welcome! (I reply, over three months later) You can upvote and downvote posts , in a somewhat similar manner to reddit and reddit karma. It's not something to worry about or take seriously, its just a feature i believe.
  5. Ooo, that's a good one ! I managed to get it rather quickly but only because I methodically went line by line . And welcome !
  6. That is... dedication you make a good point, but also this post is 12 years old
  7. update. its 2019 and i still havent forgotten this password

  8. proud to say I've never forgotten this password

  9. Right idea but wrong answer!
  10. So...let's see if I can still do this Christmas is gone but the gold still remains Hung in the sky for glory and pain Maples like towers and governments with planes The border between prizes is the border of Maine
  11. peace*out

    religious debate

    So to bring this back a bit perhaps, there's a cool episode of the ted radio your podcast called believers and doubters. I think its worth listening to, and its free to download as a podcast on iTunes. Also, even as an atheist, I go to catholic school now. And while religion is definitely a part of the school, I found it to be the most accepting school that I've ever been in, with around 50% of the school being non-catholic.
  12. I'm back for the next two minutes at least. My journey on brain den began when I was trying to learn how to think. But I'm eighteen now (I STARTED HERE NOT EVEN A TEENAGER AND NOW IM AN ADULT WHAT?!) and with websites like lumosity and fit brains, people can now exercise their brain without having to rely on other people for answers and questions. Its the idea of having a better brain without having to debate or argue with other people. This site doesn't promise results and the others do. And in a world where everyone wants to get a year and be the best, I don't think people see an intelligent community as enticing as something that promises to make you better, the improved you. I'm not sure how to present an argument of "we should" or "we shouldn't" do this or that. I think if we look at the sites that promise brain developments, we can see that they divide games into categories. They'll say how this game improved focus and that game improves memory and so on. If people can show that brain den can improve this or that section of the brain, we could attract those who seek to "improve their intelligence."
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