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suminonA
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Come on people, we are all Humans (except spam-bots and Superman), so we all make mistakes (except infallible deities), and yet, we never make false assumptions. [Big Grin]

Nobody ever uses absolute quantifiers. [Wall Bash]

This thread is genuinely original.

Your registration date on Hatrack is a reliable way to measure the time spent here.

What you donít know doesnít affect you.

Iím going to boss people around in this thread. [Evil]

Itís not the smiling causing the pleasure and good feeling; itís the other way around. [Kiss]

The post number is a direct indication of the number of threads you posted in, and also of how many posts you read.

People come here to offend the others.

The speed of light is a constant. [Dont Know]

Youíre better off ignoring the gremlins, they are the result of misspel:)ling.

Admit it: you are all going to enjoy this thread! [Taunt]

[Wink]

A.

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Everyone will assume my post has relevance.
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Kwea
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That is false.

Trust me.
[Wink]

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suminonA
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The bear in the TOUS logo is a "she".
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The Rabbit
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People will recognize the TOUS logo.
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suminonA
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It's very difficult to make a "Google Images" search.
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Sizes printed on the tags of childrens' clothing are a good indicator of the age at chich they will fit the child.

The more a person weighs, the less intelligent that person is.

The larger a woman's breasts are, the less intelligent she is. (More probable: The larger a woman's breasts are, the less intelligent the men become. I heard a standup comedienne say that once.)

True liberty-loving patriots are easily spotted by the American flags on their housefronts (car bumpers, lapels, etc.)

Computer technology has made our lives easier and our work more efficient.

The best way to educate a child is to send him or her to school.

A college degree will get you a good job.

Not having a college degree will condemn you to a life of mediocrity.

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suminonA
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Anybody can use computer technology efficiently, because itís easy.

ďMediocrityĒ is a non-relative term.

It is possible for all to lead a non-mediocre life simultaneously.

School teachers are responsible for the lack of education of our children.

Whatís not important for me is not important for anyone else either.

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"In and out in 4 years" is a great motto for the responsible student.

All that matters is "that piece of paper."

I'm a nice guy. Girls like nice guys. I'm totally nice.

I will be quoted even though I always post one reply without reading the thread first, and then never return to answer for or clarify myself any further.

I will create threads which are inflammatory and intellectually dishonest and patronizing, and then I will abandon them, or act like I have no idea why anyone is upset. I will do with complete impunity.

I like this thread.

The more accidentals and dissonances a piece has, the better and more intelligent it is.

Good music doesn't have a key signature.

My myspace would be cool if it were all pale yellow on white. 9 point font too.

Organic foods are good for you because they are natural.

If it says "all natural" on the label, it was made by a kindly old woman in a log cabin in equador and is good.

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The Rabbit
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A responsible student is synonymous to a good student.

Good students always make good scholars.

Their is a strong correlation between GPA and success of all kinds.

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1 + 1 != 10
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Morbo
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Losing makes your odds improve the next time "because I'm due."
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the amount of stress someone has directly relates to how efficient they are

the later that someone stays up the more stuff they have to do

studying for a test only at the last minute assures that you will succed

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quote:
Originally posted by Orincoro:
I will be quoted even though I always post one reply without reading the thread first, and then never return to answer for or clarify myself any further.


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quote:
Originally posted by Morbo:
All hail hypno-toad

Skinny people are healthy

Translating well into text is what my speaking style happens to do.

Guardian Heroes is the best Sega Saturn game made.(I actually think this, but the statement still qualifies right?)

I not only hope but know I am doing this right, and am not being the slightest bit obnoxious. Anyone who thinks so is unintelligent.

All 32-bit games have aged very well.

There is no woman anywhere that likes epic metal and Sega Saturn games.

Spell check will fix all are spelling problems.

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The Rabbit
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This thread will certainly be as popular as "begging the question".
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suminonA
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I never make false assumptions.

Humans only use 10% of their brain capacity. (an easy one [Wink] )

Public transport: In the morning, any single bus can carry an unlimited number of passengers.

ďUrban mythĒ: If an urbanization was planned for a given number of habitants, then it was planned for the same number of four-wheel vehicles too.

What matters to me matters to everybody else too.

Choosing is not involved in forming beliefs, the reasoning is always clear-cut.

I can choose what to believe, but the others canít.

We live in a three dimensional space.

The popularity of "Begging the question" can be surpassed.

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Morbo
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Isn't it preposterous to think that this thread could be more popular than "Begging the question"?
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suminonA
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People know what the theme of this thread is.

This is the only thread containing false assumptions.

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People who love each other always get along.
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suminonA
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The boss is always right.

The Universe has a way of cancelling things out: in order for me to feel good, others must feel bad.

Communication and dialogue canít solve anything.

Happiness is not contagious.

One asks questions only when confused.

We donít control the government, the government controls us.

Ignorance is intentional.

There is an ulterior motive behind every selfless act.

Any verbal agreement is more important than a written contract.

There is no need to solve a conflict when it arises, eventually it will go away by itself.

Patience is always a good thing.

There are exactly a dozen false assumptions in this post. [Wink]

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