It's possible. I'm not holding my breath.
here are my favorites: https://babynames.com//namelist/view.php?VNLID=9861263
sweet, sensitive, extremely shy/terrified of people, felt that everyone in the world hated my guts, ultra-logical, wanted girls more than anything, super smart, super lazy/loathed mental labor or probably any other kind of labor, very deep and philosophical, my mom tells me I didn't talk about things kids usually talk about, but she doesn't remember what I'd talk about. Sorry, I'm not good at poetry/art. =P
Have you ever used The Internet Archive (archive.org) or its WayBack Machine? If so, what's your favorite thing that you've discovered there?
(If you haven't used it, I recommend taking a visit now and browsing around a bit, it's my favorite site on the Internet)
I've used it many times (over the years), but not really that often in the scheme of things. I don't usually "discover" things on it, just find things I already knew once existed, or follow links people give to webpages on it. But I guess a couple interesting things I (sort of) discovered were my old website from back in the '90s and my friend's old website from the same time period.
Part of the hearing aspect is that our voices sound deeper to us when we're speaking than they do in recordings, because we hear it not only through the air but through our own skulls, and lower-frequency sounds travels through mediums better than higher-frequency ones, and also the sound resonates in certain cavities within the skull. I don't know about video, except that obviously when we look in mirrors we only see ourselves head-on. And we don't normally see our own mannerisms and such. Maybe we interpret our own mannerisms uncharitably due to poor self-image.
Hand tossed pizza from Domino's with extra tomato sauce, double banana peppers, pineapple, black olives, bacon, mushrooms, garlic, tomatoes, and a few other toppings I can't think of atm. And smothered in garlic butter dipping sauce. I get so many toppings that one pizza costs around $40.
94th Aero Squadron, but I think it only has the buffet for special occasions, not sure.
No, I don't remember ever having that problem. If I'm trying to communicate by giving hints rather than being direct, that's my fault.
A WW2 bomb has been found in Plymouth (England). The neighbourhood has been evacuated and now angry commentators are like this: Why did they bury a bomb in their garden in the first place? Send the bill to Germany! Let it stay where it is as it hasn't blown up since many years now it will not do so now! Will improve Plymouth if it goes off! - What do you think?
The commenters just make me think of the hoi polloi. Remove the bomb and I guess evacuate the neighborhood in the meantime if they deem that necessary.
Not to be one of the people talking about random discourse here but don't you hate it when someone has a totally valid point but one of the "facts" they use to justify it is wrong but you can't point it out without making it look like you disagree with their whole point?
When I want to point out that an argument used for a particular position that I agree with is flawed, I just say something like, I agree that blah blah blah, but.. or I mention that I agree with it at the end.
I am. Besides, there's so many things to have views on, you'll never find someone who shares your views on everything. Well, maybe that's wrong...it seems most liberals believe absolutely everything most liberals believe and ditto for conservatives.
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