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Old September 3 2012, 06:15 AM   #46
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Re: Was there ever a planet, where u said... "Surely that's good enoug

yup. Nor disagrees with my logic.
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Old September 3 2012, 07:42 AM   #47
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I always make it a habit to read between the lies...
But lies are %78 perspiration, %16 Anxiety and %9 desperation.

That's not something you want to peer into too closely without special gloves and a nose clip.

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Notice how "he" doesn't answer your assumption Alpha Flyer.

I wouldn't trust my virtue around you my dearest friend for a New York minute if you assumed I had been misleading you about my gender all these years.
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Old September 3 2012, 07:47 AM   #48
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Gender is a social construct!

Well. No. I'm just slapping you lightly, to see what happens.
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Old September 3 2012, 07:51 AM   #49
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Gently? Gently? This isn't a dainty tea party, get a good wind up, ball that little fist and show me what you're made of!
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Old September 3 2012, 08:20 AM   #50
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Let me just get into my Tsunkatse lycra..
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Old September 3 2012, 08:41 AM   #51
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Mr Toads wild ride again.

AGAIN!

Are the instruction on my t-shirt inaccurate?
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Old September 3 2012, 09:12 AM   #52
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Three things, in order of lethality.

1. Women lie about their age.
2. Women lie about everything else too.
3. Men can't tell the truth either.
#1 is untrue. I'm a woman, and I've NEVER hidden my age. I was raised by my grandparents, and they never complained about age in any other way except how it made them feel physically. To me, age is the number of trips I've made around the Sun. Physically, some days I feel twice as old as I am, but my mind and spirit are still young - much younger and more imaginative than the average kid, judging from what I've seen of the younger generation that has forgotten how to do its own imagining.

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I have a friend who refuses to tell me her age because "people judge a woman on her age." She has adult kids and if she happens to mention that it is one of their birthdays and you ask her how old the kid is she will say she cannot remember in case someone does some math based on how old she was when she got married or whatever. It gets very convoluted and I avoid any mention of age of anything around her.
That's pathetic. That's almost like she's ashamed of her own kids. My mother's family was like that - women never wanting to reveal their ages, as though they were ashamed of it. Well, my mother is going to be 69 years old tomorrow, SO TAKE THAT, MOM!!!

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Three things, in order of lethality.

1. Women lie about their age.
2. Women lie about everything else too.
3. Men can't tell the truth either.
Dear GG: Since -- given your name -- presumably you are a Guy, if 3 is correct, 1 and 2 cannot be true, right?
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Old September 3 2012, 09:37 AM   #53
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I don't think he's that smart.
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Old September 3 2012, 09:39 AM   #54
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Number 1 can't be true if number three is true, but since 1 and 3 were written by a man they have to be true if 3 is true.

it's a good thing i haven't mentioned the zeroth law.

But really, you all missed the lynching point.

I said that these laws were lethal.

How can laws be lethal?

When you break them.

How do you break a lie?

Force the truth out of some one who isn't interested in honesty.

If you allow a lie to pass, it is the truth, because a lie is only a lie if it's called upon.

I listed the three worst lies to catch some one on.

That will generate the most vengeance from a liar caught lying.

It's like I'm speaking french.

C'est comme si je parle franšais.
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Old September 3 2012, 09:40 AM   #55
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I don't think he's that smart.
Oh, I agree I'm not that smart, but she was talking about my pants.
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Old September 3 2012, 09:42 AM   #56
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Something else full of lies.
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Old September 3 2012, 09:49 AM   #57
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Actually I lie about how small it is, so "someone" down the line is pleasantly surprised.
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Old September 3 2012, 10:08 AM   #58
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That has horrible sitcom potential.

Like the time Paris told B'Elanna he was going to the holodeck to play Captain Proton even though she was sick to death of it because what he was really going to do was use all his replicator rations on an engagement ring thinking that her being disappointed in him would make the surprise of her big rock all the sweeter since she had been led to believe he would be playing with robots all evening.

And of course it backfired so bad he had to go to sickbay.
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Old September 3 2012, 11:33 AM   #59
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At least they didn't have to decompile her ring to pay for the Doctor.

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Three things, in order of lethality.

1. Women lie about their age.
2. Women lie about everything else too.
3. Men can't tell the truth either.
Dear GG: Since -- given your name -- presumably you are a Guy, if 3 is correct, 1 and 2 cannot be true, right?
1 is generally true as long as it applies in the majority of cases (and in particular to men as well, just ask statisticians), 2 is purely subjective and a matter of opinion, 3 can be true even if 1 or 2 are true or not. A lie is only a lie when a contradiction or counterexample is provided, without validations a statement or assumption can both be a lie or the truth until proven otherwise.
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