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#97 - Well I mean his Carter III album did sell around 1.5 million c… 04/20/2015 on You wouldn't download a car... 0
#96 - how much of his music have you listened to? 04/20/2015 on You wouldn't download a car... 0
#3 - crazy how nature make dat 04/19/2015 on Amazing street art 0
#36 - Did you read my comment at all? He didn't know if it would gro…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/12/2015 on How to Not Lie 0
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#37 - honzo (04/12/2015) [-]
it's the difference between making an assertion and making a guess, as well as how much you know about the situation. if youre guessing that youre going to break your leg, then you were wrong. if you were saying that you were going to break your leg and you knew (somehow) for a fact that you would not, then youre lying.

since we can assume that Pinocchio's statement was made in a completely controlled environment, with no surrounding context, then we can say that he is lying because there is no evidence of him telling a lie in the near future, thus making his statement intentionally false. had he told a lie soon after making the statement, then it would be true, but since Pinocchio has complete control over whether or not his nose grows, and we have no knowledge of him telling a lie after this, then we can accurately make the assertion that he was lying.
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#47 - mrbuu (04/12/2015) [-]
For him to lie he needs to know the answer for himself or he is just wrong. 1. he knows the answer is no. his nose grows since he was lieing ,but the statement was true. be he himself new the answer was going to be no at that moment,but the growing of his nose made the statement true,but he still lied at that moment. 2. his nose doesn't grow. making the statement false ,but new new it was yes. so his nose can't grow as that wouldn't been a lie,just a false statement 3. he doesn't know the answer and his nose doesn't grow as he can not lie about something he doesn't know the correct answer to. lieing and being wrong are not the same.
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#48 - honzo (04/12/2015) [-]
i didn't say they were the same. please re-read my comment.
#34 - his nose doesn't grow, cause that isn't a lie, you can't lie a…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/12/2015 on How to Not Lie 0
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#35 - honzo (04/12/2015) [-]
but that would mean he was lying, because his nose would not have grown, so his nose would then grow. but if it grew, he would have been telling the truth
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#36 - onceman (04/12/2015) [-]
Did you read my comment at all? He didn't know if it would grow or not, since he didn't know, it wouldn't be a lie, you can't lie about something you don't know the truth to, and when he makes the statement, he wouldn't already have known if it would grow or not.

That's like me saying "I'll break my leg tomorrow" if I don't actually break my leg tomorrow, I wasn't lying, I was just incorrect
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#37 - honzo (04/12/2015) [-]
it's the difference between making an assertion and making a guess, as well as how much you know about the situation. if youre guessing that youre going to break your leg, then you were wrong. if you were saying that you were going to break your leg and you knew (somehow) for a fact that you would not, then youre lying.

since we can assume that Pinocchio's statement was made in a completely controlled environment, with no surrounding context, then we can say that he is lying because there is no evidence of him telling a lie in the near future, thus making his statement intentionally false. had he told a lie soon after making the statement, then it would be true, but since Pinocchio has complete control over whether or not his nose grows, and we have no knowledge of him telling a lie after this, then we can accurately make the assertion that he was lying.
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#47 - mrbuu (04/12/2015) [-]
For him to lie he needs to know the answer for himself or he is just wrong. 1. he knows the answer is no. his nose grows since he was lieing ,but the statement was true. be he himself new the answer was going to be no at that moment,but the growing of his nose made the statement true,but he still lied at that moment. 2. his nose doesn't grow. making the statement false ,but new new it was yes. so his nose can't grow as that wouldn't been a lie,just a false statement 3. he doesn't know the answer and his nose doesn't grow as he can not lie about something he doesn't know the correct answer to. lieing and being wrong are not the same.
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#48 - honzo (04/12/2015) [-]
i didn't say they were the same. please re-read my comment.
#300 - Ibero amrica has the root word Ibero deriving from the word Ib…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/11/2015 on GO! 0
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#301 - Fjcf (04/11/2015) [-]
Yes it is, it only takes into account iberian languages, which in the case of America, only spanish and portuguese are spoken. This way it excludes the french speaking countries and regions. If what you are trying to refer to are only the spanish speaking countries than its Hispanoamerica.
#298 - yeah latin, in quebec they speak french a latin language, but …  [+] (3 new replies) 04/11/2015 on GO! 0
#299 - Fjcf (04/11/2015) [-]
Technically it is, thats why the term latinamerica is not very accurate.Thats why I said iberoamerica, which excludes french speaking countries or regions like Haiti or Quebec.
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#300 - onceman (04/11/2015) [-]
Ibero amrica has the root word Ibero deriving from the word Iberian referring to the iberean peninsula which is spain and portugal, so it's not really any more accurate.
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#301 - Fjcf (04/11/2015) [-]
Yes it is, it only takes into account iberian languages, which in the case of America, only spanish and portuguese are spoken. This way it excludes the french speaking countries and regions. If what you are trying to refer to are only the spanish speaking countries than its Hispanoamerica.
#295 - are you tryna troll me?  [+] (5 new replies) 04/10/2015 on GO! 0
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#297 - Fjcf (04/11/2015) [-]
you dont know the history of the term latino, do you?
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#298 - onceman (04/11/2015) [-]
yeah latin, in quebec they speak french a latin language, but look it up, Quebec is not part of Latin America
#299 - Fjcf (04/11/2015) [-]
Technically it is, thats why the term latinamerica is not very accurate.Thats why I said iberoamerica, which excludes french speaking countries or regions like Haiti or Quebec.
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#300 - onceman (04/11/2015) [-]
Ibero amrica has the root word Ibero deriving from the word Iberian referring to the iberean peninsula which is spain and portugal, so it's not really any more accurate.
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#301 - Fjcf (04/11/2015) [-]
Yes it is, it only takes into account iberian languages, which in the case of America, only spanish and portuguese are spoken. This way it excludes the french speaking countries and regions. If what you are trying to refer to are only the spanish speaking countries than its Hispanoamerica.
#220 - latinamerica more like  [+] (7 new replies) 04/10/2015 on GO! 0
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#226 - Fjcf (04/10/2015) [-]
no, because its missing quebec
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#295 - onceman (04/10/2015) [-]
are you tryna troll me?
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#297 - Fjcf (04/11/2015) [-]
you dont know the history of the term latino, do you?
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#298 - onceman (04/11/2015) [-]
yeah latin, in quebec they speak french a latin language, but look it up, Quebec is not part of Latin America
#299 - Fjcf (04/11/2015) [-]
Technically it is, thats why the term latinamerica is not very accurate.Thats why I said iberoamerica, which excludes french speaking countries or regions like Haiti or Quebec.
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#300 - onceman (04/11/2015) [-]
Ibero amrica has the root word Ibero deriving from the word Iberian referring to the iberean peninsula which is spain and portugal, so it's not really any more accurate.
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#301 - Fjcf (04/11/2015) [-]
Yes it is, it only takes into account iberian languages, which in the case of America, only spanish and portuguese are spoken. This way it excludes the french speaking countries and regions. If what you are trying to refer to are only the spanish speaking countries than its Hispanoamerica.
#212 - I got 60 but I feel like I would have different results if I wasn't 16 04/06/2015 on Take the Test: Are You a... 0