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Anonymous asked: If you could only eat one meal every day for the rest of your life, which would it be, and why?

Something with the nutritional value and variance needed for life.  We are truly spoiled when we do not realize we eat first for sustenance, not enjoyment.

I will eat gruel and be thankful.

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Anonymous asked: What is the price of all the tea in China?

CHANGE.  Because that’s all your going to get from Nobama this year.

(Except for Socialized Health Care.  You’ll get that, too…)

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havent-got-a-prayer:

While reading through my Philosophy textbook, I came across an article on homosexuality that I found very insightful. The following is an excerpt from that article which struck me as an especially good point.

“Another technical sense of natural is that something is natural and so, good, if it fulfills some function in nature. Homosexuality on this view is unnatural because it allegedly violates the function of genitals, which is to produce babies. One problem with this view is that lots of bodily parts have lots of functions and just because some one activity can be fulfilled by only one organ (say, the mouth for eating) this activity does not condemn other functions of the organ to immorality (say, the mouth for talking, licking stamps, blowing bubbles, or having sex). So the possible use of the genitals to produce children does not, without more, condemn the use of the genitals for other purposes, say, achieving ecstasy and intimacy.”
-Richard D. Mohr: Gay Basics: Some Questions, Facts, and Values

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Apparently I need to think before I think. Haha!

I don’t know what’s funnier:  that my teacher has a towel in the backseat of her can in her example, or I’m such a city boy I thought Bank like Wachovia when she said the bank was on fire instead of a grass ledge.

Yes, now picture me imagining my teacher trying to put out a bank, building, on fire with a towel.

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The most difficult thing about teaching is taking [the students] outside of the textbook.
Judge Creole on Teaching

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The Rockpool Waterless Dishwasher uses no water or chemicals; instead it uses super critical carbon dioxide in a closed loop system. The carbon dioxide is pressurized into a liquid with excellent grease and oil fighting properties. The carbon dioxide then combines with a small amount of environmentally friendly detergent to get the dishes clean. Once the washing cycle is finished, the carbon dioxide and dirt are separated so that the carbon dioxide can be used again.
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lickystickypickyme:

Rockpool Waterless Dishwasher

The Rockpool Waterless Dishwasher uses no water or chemicals; instead it uses super critical carbon dioxide in a closed loop system. The carbon dioxide is pressurized into a liquid with excellent grease and oil fighting properties. The carbon dioxide then combines with a small amount of environmentally friendly detergent to get the dishes clean. Once the washing cycle is finished, the carbon dioxide and dirt are separated so that the carbon dioxide can be used again.

The Rockpool dishwasher takes an existing technology and puts it to good use in one of the most used appliances in the home. The closed loop system means that the carbon dioxide gets used over and over again while the dishwasher never uses a drop of water.

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This is cool as hell.