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kingnicholas

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Date Signed Up:1/24/2011
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#88 - I would like to point out that you can do fish in cycling with… 11/28/2015 on Pets aren't just for Christmas 0
#90 - Ehh, why not?  [+] (1 new reply) 11/26/2015 on True +1
#92 - anon (11/26/2015) [-]
#88 - It's over 24hrs old. Well its on the front page for me. I just…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/26/2015 on True 0
#89 - anon (11/26/2015) [-]
Still, though. Let's touch wieners.
#90 - kingnicholas (11/26/2015) [-]
Ehh, why not?
#92 - anon (11/26/2015) [-]
#85 - I finally have a chance to share something which I’ve been w…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/26/2015 on True +3
#87 - anon (11/26/2015) [-]
>post is more than 24hrs old
>writes essay
>I'm the only other one still here
>mfw we're both faggots
#88 - kingnicholas (11/26/2015) [-]
It's over 24hrs old. Well its on the front page for me. I just opened up Funnyjunk 5 minutes ago. It was like the 7th post
#89 - anon (11/26/2015) [-]
Still, though. Let's touch wieners.
#90 - kingnicholas (11/26/2015) [-]
Ehh, why not?
#92 - anon (11/26/2015) [-]
#88 - Let us not forget that they dropped out of Computer tech, not …  [+] (2 new replies) 11/18/2015 on Assorted Internets #41 0
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#92 - elcreepo (11/18/2015) [-]
This too. They were already working hard on their chosen career by getting educated about it, at least as best they could get educated.

There are some things in computer tech even back then which would prove invaluable later when it came to their ideas and inventions.

And back then you needed to have computer know-how in order to do anything with one. Personal computers would not happen without Gates. Ease and enjoyment of using one would not have happened without a large variety of people studying computers and code and then creating their websites.
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#93 - elcreepo (11/18/2015) [-]
And Steve Wozniak.

But Gates and Jobs took his idea and revolutionized it.
#19 - More like when Tetris turns you on. 11/04/2015 on When Tetris turns on you +1
#203 - I don't care much for Lewis either, but he is highly respected… 10/31/2015 on A simplified version, 0
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#103 - if your not a Christian, then i would recommend only the first…  [+] (3 new replies) 10/31/2015 on A simplified version, +1
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#168 - midkupficker (10/31/2015) [-]
You can suck on Lewis dead nuts all you want but his arguments are laughable. Writers arent philosophers.
#203 - kingnicholas (10/31/2015) [-]
I don't care much for Lewis either, but he is highly respected by many Christians, so I thought that might be an interesting point to add. I really cannot debate the merits of his philosophy as I really do not know his philosophy to any degree of depth.
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#97 - well starting with Peter Abelard in the thirteenth century, an…  [+] (5 new replies) 10/31/2015 on A simplified version, 0
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#99 - thegoblingamer (10/31/2015) [-]
I shall give it a looksie. Thanks!
#103 - kingnicholas (10/31/2015) [-]
if your not a Christian, then i would recommend only the first part so about 150 pgs or so . The book was written in response to H.G. wells outline of history. I will warn you it is most certainly a work of Christian apologetics, however since you are showing interest, I would like to believe you have the mental strength to entertain an idea without worrying about accepting it. If you are Christian, especially Catholic, then read the entire thing, most certainly. C.S. Lewis called it the best book of popular apologetics, and said that it baptized his intellect and helped lead to his conversion.
but as I said, there are many insights which are not Catholic but just plain common sense, he was often called the apostle of common sense.
And as a bonus for you here is a link to the Gutenberg version.
gutenberg.net.au/ebooks01/0100311.txt
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#168 - midkupficker (10/31/2015) [-]
You can suck on Lewis dead nuts all you want but his arguments are laughable. Writers arent philosophers.
#203 - kingnicholas (10/31/2015) [-]
I don't care much for Lewis either, but he is highly respected by many Christians, so I thought that might be an interesting point to add. I really cannot debate the merits of his philosophy as I really do not know his philosophy to any degree of depth.
#202 - kingnicholas has deleted their comment.