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asterious [mod] Ask Votable
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RobertEmmet 2 weeks ago 2nd place Feb 6

My own inner voice. Cause in the end, that's really all I've got, my own truths!

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jetdrvr 2 weeks ago

But that inner voice must be cultivated and developed by extraneous knowledge from the wise and brilliant from the ages past. Refuse to assimilate that & you're a fool. Dump your i Phone and READ! The world's accumulated knowledge is at your fingertips. Ignore it at your peril!

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keithaBrownell 2 weeks ago

...and just how will the worlds knowledge help you? In the end we are all dead and forgotten.

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jetdrvr 2 weeks ago

That is a truly tragic way to look upon your life. You sound severely depressed. Seek help.

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RobertEmmet * 2 weeks ago

So what texts would you like to discuss, oh yea of knowledge and knowing banter? Sorry I'm old school just havin fun. i, what you said???

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Kween 2 weeks ago

the question was from "living person". Your reply cites "ages past".

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mearrin69 2 weeks ago

Wait. Did somebody living say something wise? I missed that. :) JK, though I find I'm having a hard time answering this one. A lot of the people I'd quote are long gone...and several are fictional, though I guess I'd just be quoting their authors.

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KaosMC [mod] 2 weeks ago

I use logic more than wisdom. Wisdom comes with age and experience, but logic can be used by anyone.

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keithaBrownell 2 weeks ago

That's a cop out. Are you going to grow up to be a politician?

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jetdrvr 2 weeks ago

Logic combined with wisdom will oftentimes ensure your longevity.

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keithaBrownell 2 weeks ago

Ted Nugent

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asterious [mod] Ask Votable
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KaosMC [mod] 2 weeks ago

Desktop for sure.

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Sylvia * 2 weeks ago

Personally, I use all kinds of devices:
PC: e-textbooks, software, spreadsheets, data, and educational videos like Lynda.com;
Tablet: e-textbooks, ppt/pdf learning material, learning apps (e.g. Chinese language apps often include interactive text, audio and video files, handwriting and speaking exercises with feedback), or the Lumosity app; less frequently educational videos (battery life);
Smartphone: audio books while jogging or driving, and (less frequently) e-books;
And, finally: plain old books (some textbooks do not have a user-friendly layout in their e-versions), pen & paper (for exercise, memorizing, and deeper learning).

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DeplorableRick 2 weeks ago

Depends on what the material is. If its spread sheets and data, a PC with 2 24" monitors. If its college or school related material, give me a good ol' book any day.

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Kween 2 weeks ago

I wonder if the comments date the users? Book then desktop for me..

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hearthwench * 1 week ago

Algebra. Passed it, but did not like it. I aced geometry. Never went further. We got this new-fangled thing called a calculator. Screw maths.

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FZapata 1 week ago

Start with adding and subtracting. It was downhill from there.

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Violetfire 1 week ago

LOL

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Kween 1 week ago

LOL

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twisty58 1 week ago

Same here. When train A left the station going 35 miles an hour, so did I.

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Violetfire 1 week ago

geometry. I hated it. But the teacher really sucked.

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Zoie 1 week ago

Yep, geometry is definitely not my strong suit!

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KaosMC [mod] 1 week ago

Trig.

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MindCraftid 1 week ago

Ooh, I love trigonometry. :D Especially when you integrate trigonometric functions. You end up with a good answer like 90% of the time.

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KaosMC [mod] 1 week ago

;-;

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MindCraftid 1 week ago

But I'm still struggling with a lot of mathematical expressions in physical chemistry. I'm currently taking a course on that subject. Struggling most with Legendre transformations.

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KaosMC [mod] 1 week ago

Wow. That sounds cool, man. College, right?

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MindCraftid 1 week ago

Almost. Uni. I'm really into this kind of stuff, but sometimes I hate myself because of wasting hours trying to understand something without getting anywhere. :P

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yrmy 1 month ago
  1. Respect for the Constitution.
  2. Humility under the hand of God.
  3. Restoration of freedoms.
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keithaBrownell 1 month ago
  • Replace Scalia
  • Build/finish the wall
  • Repeal Obama care
  • Have law enforcement enforce the current laws
  • vouchers for school of choice
  • establish a working relationship with Congress
  • repeal all of Mr. Obamas Presidential decrees
  • fix the va
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Linguistic_killshot 1 month ago

Just noticed your names not all lit up any more and was wondering what's the guts? Hemorrhoids?

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keithaBrownell 1 month ago

?

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Rebel1ne 1 month ago

What does "what's the guts" mean?

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CuriousOfTrump 1 month ago

#RuleOfLaw
#BorderControl
#AmericanJobs

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Perfidious_Albion 1 month ago

Wanna see a lot of the swamp drained. Get rid of leeches linked to foreign powers who want to control the USA and all countries financially & sociologically via anti-Caucasian anti-heterosexual propaganda.

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OvenShovel * 1 month ago

“The Federal Reserve is one of the most corrupt institutions the world has ever seen. There’s not a man within the sound of my voice who does not know that this nation is run by the international bankers” - Rep. Louis McFadden, June 10, 1932

“All the world suffers from the usury of the Jews, their monopolies and deceit. They have brought many unfortunate peoples into a state of poverty, especially farmers, working-class people, and the very poor." - Pope Clement VIII, 1592

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