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#93 - technique
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(08/27/2013) [-]
#85 - johnnygoldmane **User deleted account**
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If you realize that you're being lectured on modern neuroscience by a barefoot hobo with his moth-eaten penis dangling out through one of the many holes in his ripped apart pantaloons, turn to page 72
#203 - ohmygwad
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#196 - CHODYTHEBLAKGUY
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turn to page 71 just to spite the universe
#184 - megusters
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#199 to #184 - anaphase
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(08/27/2013) [-]
You would not do well reading a choose your own adventure, my friend.
#214 to #199 - megusters
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I'd let the adventure choose me.
I'd let the adventure choose me.
#177 - annogram
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(08/27/2013) [-]
To disprove this i can simply close the book
#105 - fyaq
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(08/27/2013) [-]
I turned to 69.

What does your science say about that?
#78 - madobnoxious
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(08/27/2013) [-]
the lightbulb almost got it right.
#76 - bbbegley
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#116 to #76 - ijustwantaname
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Thanks you. Perfect moment to come to this im amazed reading it
#132 to #116 - bbbegley
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(08/27/2013) [-]
I have been waiting for a relevant moment to share this with my fellow FJers.
#215 to #132 - ijustwantaname
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(08/28/2013) [-]
you did it right, and by the way now that i think you are The Chosen One. Do you know of what book is this content?
#57 - Jesusnipples
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(08/26/2013) [-]
Then who was phone
Then who was phone
#56 - SGfannr
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#45 - insanemanoo
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(08/26/2013) [-]
So close little lightbulb....so close.
#41 - mylazy
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This isn't really a revelation. I came up with this theory when I was 12. By the time I was 13 I decided to throw it out under the belief that even if this is true, unless you can use this information to predict the future (when I say this, I mean actually be able to tell me every decision I will make tomorrow, how they will make other people make a certain decision, etc.) then it doesn't matter if it is predetermined. Because I still get to choose. That choice comes from the culmination of my experience as well as the unique makeup from my brain, so of course there is no way I would have chosen anything else...but I still made the choice.
#31 - gcloud ONLINE
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u no what i frankly dont care.. it not ike ima stop what im doing curl up into a little ball,no ima continue living.
the answer to this question is irreverent
because regardless of with s true we will all live out our lives why waste time thnking about the irreverent
#33 to #31 - heartlessrobot
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Could you type that again, but in English this time?
#95 to #33 - graytimber
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"You know, quite frankly, I don't care. It's not like I'm going to stop what I'm doing, curl up into a little ball... No, I'm going to continue living.
The answer to this question is irrelevant.
Because, regardless of what is true, we will all live out our lives. Why waste time thinking about the irrelevant?"
#35 to #33 - gcloud ONLINE
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sorry ima horrable at typing

my point was, that whether its true or not is irrelevant

since its not going to change anything
#36 to #35 - heartlessrobot
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(08/26/2013) [-]
I hope to Raptor Jesus that English isn't your first language.
#40 to #36 - mylazy
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Do you know anyone who's first language isn't English that would talk like that. I refuse to acknowledge the people that claim that people who learned English as a secondary language are much better at it than those who learned it as their primary, but it is true that the people who use it as their primary language are a lot more likely to butcher it the way it is above. The people that use it as a secondary language will either do it like a normal English speaker or butcher it in a completely different way and being redundant or adding in was where is should be and other things like that.

Sorry for the unnecessarily long comment, but I figured this might help you figure out in the future whether English is someone's first language or not based off of how they butcher the language. If they don't butcher it than it could go either way. There really isn't any way to tell in those cases.
#65 to #40 - gcloud ONLINE
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no trust me im just a horrable typist, i can spell either my grammer is lacking

but when i talk i sound perfectly fine

so i apologize, i know my typing is very lacking
#34 to #31 - Funnypocalypse
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Huh?
#82 to #31 - Awesomecarrot
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I wish I could.
#44 to #31 - icefried
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#13 - galaxyguy
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I'm curious. Is there a sauce?
#14 to #13 - leonora [OP]
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I believe bolognese will go well with this one.
#17 to #14 - galaxyguy
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Myself I am more of a bernaise person.
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#147 - aenous
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BRILLIANT
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#22 - Lambda
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I think I have free will. I choose to write this post in this way. Now, it's completely possible that this "choice" is nothing but an illusion, and this is all predetermined by chemical reactions in the brain.
But there's no way to differentiate between "true" free will, and this illusion. Therefore, there is no practical difference between the two. So, in my opinion, it is completely irrelevant and I am satisfied with what I've got.