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could be miniatures.
Or giants, seen very far away.
I've never been convinced by either side as to the reality of the photos and that scores one for the HB side in my mind.
And I've never been convinced that swimmers are athletes. What kind of athlete shaves their legs?
If they went to the moon they should have some mind blowing pictures
I know! How boring is this:
These things ring of fakiness.
What happened to the articulate soul who wrote this?
The larger problem is of course that this particular economy is predicated on our continually buying and selling things we do not need. Apple
is the richest company in the world, at least recently it was in terms of its capital value on the market. Half of Apple's revenue comes from selling
telephones. Phones people already have. Why buy an iphone 5 when you already have a 4? I mean I know why people do it But it is ultimately an
unreasonable thing to do. Such economic illogic is not sustainable for a dozen reasons. So your answer is no. There are not enough good jobs. The
world would need to change drastically so we'd be employed in different senses for this thing to ever work out.
Same with the astronauts. They seem unconvincing to me.
Same with you, Patrick. Not even your friends here think you believe a single word you write.
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