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Deep_Thought76
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    Birthday:
    September 9
    Location:
    Ohio
    Occupation:
    Scientist ok, grad student..
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    random quotes: "It is common to observe that children playing tend to look very much like children playing, especially when they are doing something as common and ordinary as splashing around in a fountain. But it is still a foolish observation because usually people make it as a way of condemning prejudice. And that's ridiculous. The observation that we all begin pretty much alike does not condemn hatred, it invites it. To see that we all start out the same means that the detested Other is much too close to ourselves; it reminds us that they could have chosen to be like us - after all, we did - and that they express contempt for our choice by choosing another road. Is that not completely unforgivable? An intolerable criticism, the number of people who are at every moment choosing not to be us? You can forgive a bird for not being a mammal, a mouse for not being a primate, and even a monkey for not being a man, because none of them had any choice, but how can you forgive a man for choosing to worship false gods, ignoring basic duty, and keeping filthy customs?" -from Earth Made of Glass, John Barnes