If this statement weren't true, you'd still be confused.

Wasserpistole asked about 13 hours ago · 5 Answers
How often do you enjoy fruits? I just had some raspberries, that is why I ask.

Years ago I used to eat them all the time. But more lately I became rather disinterested in them. But even more recently I've been eating them a little more again, at least oranges and blackberries. I also had raspberries like 3 days ago.

Daniel asked about 15 hours ago · 7 Answers
"I am not vegan because my behaviour does not have a significant impact on the mass animal farming situation anyway. "-Is that a stupid argument?

"Stupid" may be an overstatement, but I don't think it's a reasonable argument. The more meat (or eggs, or milk, or whatever) you eat, the more misery you cause. Some animals are going to suffer because you're not a vegan that wouldn't have suffered otherw


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Chris Martinez asked about 15 hours ago · 6 Answers
what video game are you ashamed u never beat? :)

F-Zero GX

Not sure if I ever beat F-Zero X on Master. I think I've come close at least.

Daniel asked about 17 hours ago · 14 Answers
I am once again asking you for a random fact.

Bernie Sanders and Larry David (inventor of Seinfeld and inventor/star of Curb Your Enthusiasm) share identical DNA on three chromosomes.

Daniel asked about 18 hours ago · 7 Answers
What are the requirements for something to be a "physical object" ?

That's a tough one. I even suspect that any rigorous definition of a physical object would contradict what we know of physics, hence proving that the idea of a totally "physical" object is naive. For example, if physicality is anything, it's mechanistic. Y


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Daniel asked about 19 hours ago · 9 Answers
Capitalism-yay or nay?

Hard nay.

Daniel asked about 18 hours ago · 7 Answers
How comes that people who are prone to believe in conspiracy theories often have right-wing political views?

Distrust of government, so they want it to have less power? Or general paranoia? (Republicans have a "me against the world" mentality -- "nobody can take MY money!") Or the tendency to be out of touch with reality which is probably necessary to be a Republ


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Daniel asked 1 day ago · 9 Answers
What did you do today?


Daniel asked 1 day ago · 12 Answers
What does it say about a person when he or she learns over 100 digits of Pi by heart?

I dunno, I used to know 40 digits of it. =P I think it probably means different things depending on the person. Though maybe there's like one thing it means more often than anything else, like the person is on the spectrum.. I dunno.

Daniel asked 1 day ago · 12 Answers
What do you not like about the english language?

I'd say I don't like how nothing is spelled like it sounds and words' spellings are so arbitrary, but if the language were made totally uniform it would probably be ugly af.

Also I don't like how there's no "themself"/"theirself" so you have to say "the


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Dante asked about 22 hours ago
Tell me everything you know about wrists?

There's a specific tendon that most people have in their wrists (that you can see from looking at it) that more and more people are being born without. I forget the name of it.

Chris Martinez asked about 19 hours ago · 6 Answers
since we are all going to inevitably parish from the virus i don't want to wait to hear what kind words u will say about me. tell me what u will say at my funeral?:)

He was a true lover of women.........'s pussies. :D

Pandy asked 1 day ago · 10 Answers
Are you more or less attracted to someone who seems to attract a lot of people?

Probably more, just on a statistical level--it's not that everybody that attracts a lot of people attracts me. And it's not that I'm attracted to them because they attract a lot of people. It's just that they attract me for the same reasons they attra


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The girl of the million faces asked 1 day ago · 8 Answers
How do you feel about working from home? Is a good thing or not? Who do you think it benefits more: employees or companies?

I think it's probably good, because it's more comfortable for the employee and takes away the carbon footprint of commuting, powering an office, etc. But unfortunately not all jobs can be done from home.

I think it benefits employees more than companies


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Wasserpistole asked 4 days ago · 8 Answers
Have you ever played an Animal Crossing game or are you playing one right now as we speak?

No, I've never even seen it so I don't know what its appeal to so many people is. I'm guessing even if I did see it I still wouldn't know. =P