On a serious note, I did participate a bit in Occupy London and felt a lot of sympathy for the organisation but I’ve seen what a lot of the people have gotten up to now and I feel that it’s lost a lot of its original intent. The problem with these kinds of protests is sometimes you get hangers-on who are there just because they like to kick up a…[Read more]
@korno 543073 wrote:
Saying that though Mezz, if the tea was stopped or banned then there would be huuuge protests and riots around Britain!
Tbf, protesting is about educating the dumber people in society who are oblivious to what’s happening.
When the occupy stuff was happening in every city i remember getting hounded by a lot of people walking…
Why would I post my ideas in a plotting murder thread? That would really give it away.
That said, it might be a good idea to write a book on how to murder and get away with it. Get one of my dad’s friends who are lawyers to give me good tips on what constitutes valid defences, and other sound advice like don’t murder white middle class blonde…[Read more]
@The Psyentist 543028 wrote:
I’m a happy drunk too when I choose to drink. Compared to all other drugs it is crap. Imagine if you’d been born in a time where all drugs were available as freely as alcohol is now. Each produced under government guidelines and to meet strict quality control standards, much like how pharmaceuticals are made. But each…
1. What do you love?
2. happy birthday to p0ly
3. saving up to buy a car
4. cutting expenses
5. drug wars
6. boston marathon
7. bought 20 boxes of vinyls on ebay
8. Oh, America
9. Free will
10. Is everything around us art?
11. gay marriage
12. black friday
13. noise levels at live events.
14. black friday
15. men steal 65k worth of frozen…[Read more]
@The Psyentist 542630 wrote:
That’s a mouthful of a name, I understand why he became just Socrates. Wonder what Cher’s full name is lol.
Also why on earth did I think he was a Greek philosopher? Probably shouldn’t admit that on a thread discussing intelligence but who the hell am I confusing him with, or am I simply fabricating all information I…
@The Psyentist 542625 wrote:
And I thought you were a wise man lol.
Some of them are anyway!
He was a medical doctor and one of the greatest footballers!
@cheeseweasel 542617 wrote:
I’m definitely down with that. If intelligence is somehow a measure of our mind’s ability to make sense of things, then an IQ test seems like a pretty poor way to assess it. I think the IQ test has a lot to answer for, as it has shaped our idea of intelligence to fit this very narrow range of mental skills. I think the…
@The Psyentist 542608 wrote:
a very interesting read. I think many people with Autism display these multiple intelligences to be true. Your average mainstream person’s brain develops evenly so the degree of difference in each of these areas is relatively low. Whereas I’ve known an individual with Autism who was completely lacking in their ability…
@korno 542601 wrote:
it’s saying the average score of the population is around 100 give or take some, and i got 99 so i should just leave PV now :hopeless:
This sucks, i’m really not happy with my score beings it’s the lowest out of everybody here !
Anywho for my blame…cos i need something, i blame my parents.
Don’t stress it too much tbh. IQ…[Read more]
@korno 542579 wrote:
Maybe it was a coincidence… Like the same time coal-gas phased out and suicide rates dropped was maybe around the same time a major turn occurred for whichever country you’re referring to?
The trends follow too closely to be coincidences.
@korno 542393 wrote:
That’s so unfair hey, the suiciders will just find somewhere else to go do the business, but then is this a tourist spot? cos spose that’ll give it a ‘bad name’.
Interestingly enough, if you take away an easy method for people to commit suicide, you reduce the number of suicides. Like when they phased out coal-gas ovens the…[Read more]
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