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  1. 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. On 11/20/2019 at 2:58 AM, Darky said:

    This aren't really brain teasers but jokes. As the awnsers of these "wally tests" are often illogical or well known jokes.

    *edit* yes i made a account just to say this. It was driving me insain that these were called Logic/Math Puzzles instead of jokes.

    That is... dedication 
    you make a good point, but also this post is 12 years old

  3. 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.

  4. Okay some more ideas to increase activity:

    Special events, like holiday events, contests and the like. I have no programming skills but I'd be happy to help with the creative portion ^_^.

    More achievements...everyone loves achievements ;P! No, but 99% seriously, so many addictive games and whatnot have achievements b/c they themselves are somewhat addictive. Right now there is only the member title 'achievements', but I think there can be some more that can be added without challenging the core of what the place is about. Especially with the new ability to attribute solutions to a particular person, it shouldn't be too hard to add achievements associated with that: number of puzzles solved, etc. And adding achievements for puzzle makers too might be nice ;).

    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."

  5. **note: i didn't make this riddle up. I saw it, and i saw the answer and i liked it. :)

    A married leader and a single slave
    The toothless elder now gone to his grave
    The death for which the younger took the blame
    Committed by the one he could not name
    They've ten between them, ten that do not see
    Now name the leader and his enemy.

    It's a Harry Potter riddle

    This is relevant to the second book.

    The basilisk and Aragog (Hagrid's spider)

    "Aragog married Mosag and now leads the spiders in the forest. The basilisk lived alone and worked for the heir of Slytherin.
    Aragog's still alive, but the basilisk was killed by Harry and lost a tooth in the process.
    Aragog was blamed for Myrtle's death and refused to tell Hagrid that it was really the basilisk.
    And Aragog has eight eyes, which have gone blind with old age, while the basilisk had two which were pecked out by Fawkes."
  6. Personally, i find it both dangerous and freeing. Trusting people on the internet is something that has never been a problem for me, although i would never meet up with someone alone and without knowing who they are.

    My name is Jenny. This is not an alias, and I'm perfectly fine with using my own name. I use it often. I trust a lot of people on the internet with my personal information. Im friends with a lot of denizens on fb.

    However, i dont think any of them know my address. They could, I'm sure, but I know who I friend. I make sure theres a life behind the profile.

    In the end, i believe in the right of it. But its a power that has to be wielded carefully. Trust wisely.

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  7. Typical Slick. :lol: Wasn't there a mega-huga one Peace had?

    oh wow. its a combination of the blonde the brunette and the redhead going to the warehouse...


    ready, aim, fire

    ...the blonde, the brunette and the redhead going up a set of stairs while god told them a joke...

    i just got the first joke!

    ...and the blonde brunette and the redhead eating 100 of their favorite fruit


    ...ill attempt to write it out later :)

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  8. take pictures of your roommate while they sleep, and then slowly put them in her school books, adding more and more with each day.

    while shes at classes, sign onto her computer and leave it on porn or some weird image.

    speak about yourself in 3rd person

    narrate everything you do.

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  9. New round signups:

    1. Thalia

    2. Peace


    4. 'Cat'astrophe



    **does anyone know when this will start? cause ill be in W. DC for a week starting wednesday...and i may be limited computer wise.

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