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    1. Farm Boy
      Farm Boy
    2. AdamCrock
      4 in a row ?! .... what do You mean ?! ... oh wait .... now it is 5 in a row ..... oh crap .......
    3. AdamCrock
      Always liked that robot buddy ... hope You do not send *him* against *me* .... hate to see Your droid all trashed up ! :D (He will probably raise an objection to that anyway :) Isn't he a lovely hk-50 He is here to put an end to the *hostilities* isn't he ?) xD
    4. AdamCrock
      Your profile picture ...
    5. AdamCrock
    6. AdamCrock
      Yes, that is right ;)
    7. Valka D'Ur
      Valka D'Ur
      We've always said 'period' when referring to the ends of sentences. The term "full stop" refers to coming to a complete stop at crosswalks and traffic lights. :confused:
    8. Tani Coyote
      Tani Coyote
      Holy moly I haven't seen you around IOT in ages!
    9. JohannaK
      I took it! But it fell from my pocket on the street just after leaving my friend's home for the club, and I had to go recover it AFTER the clubgoing because we were in a hurry.
    10. JohannaK
      Nah, its just this bisexual female friend, who loves parties and clubs and is obsessed with making me HAVe FUN! Imagine! Have fun! Her way, of course. If I had had my mobile phone, I would have asked the Taiwanese and the Chinese-Bolivian friend of his their numbers. :)
    11. Plotinus
      No, I'd tend to agree with you. I think that if the conception of God as good means anything then his behaviour has to conform to a tolerable degree to what we'd think of as good.
    12. Plotinus
      I think most people who believe things about Jesus believe him to have been what they want him to have been (not necessarily deliberately though). I don't think it's so much a matter of "proving" a theological point as just believing what fits in with their other preconceptions. Someone who believes that Jesus was divine, for example, probably believes Jesus to have been how they imagine God to be anyway, at least to some degree. At the same time, though, such people are typically constrained in what they can believe by church teachings, the Bible, etc., so it's not like it's a doctrinal free for all.
    13. Ziggy Stardust
      Ziggy Stardust
      More grey than you expected eh? :lol:

      It's my youthful exhuberance. I act like a 41 year old kid, but I don't look the part.
    14. bhsup
    15. bhsup
      Ahahahaha! No, but now I wish I'd meant that :D Naw, RLF works at a Hyundai dealership, and I know he loves Bali and that's where he was talking about not wanting to leave, so I figure "hey, just open your own dealership there."

      I'm really not as witty as you were giving me credit for there, sad to say!
    16. bhsup
      I don't recall trying any puns recently???
    17. Luckymoose
      You ain't seen nothin' yet!
    18. JohannaK
      Whose pun do you think I meant? ;)
    19. Kyriakos
      Well it sounds more natural in greek, since the "d" is a delta, which makes a very different and lighter sound than the latin "d". :)

      Most of the names ending in -eus can also end alternatively in -eas. Eg. Odysseas. I rather prefer it that way, although not in all cases. For example Bias, the sage from Priene, is called Bias o Prieneus, and it sounds better than Bias o Prieneas, probably also due to both terms then ending in -as.
    20. Kyriakos
      Tons of names end in -eus anyway. Prometheus, Epimetheus, Odysseus etc. All those are pronounced as ending in -efs. The latin pronounciation always is different, and has infested English too ;)

      I think - not sure - that the latin term for god (Deus) also comes from Zeus, in a variation of his name.
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