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Posted by Legolover-361 , in Philosophy Sep 20 2012 · 2,624 views

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Hey, all the cool kids are doing it.

Ask me questions, I will answer the questions, and all our brains will be filled with a little bit more useless information. :)

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Cosmic Titan
Jul 20 2012 04:19 PM
How did you pick your screen name?
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Jean Valjean
Jul 20 2012 04:25 PM
:kaukau: 1. If you could change your fate...Whudjha?

2. What's the coolest trenchcoat you've ever seen in a movie?

3. Are you a pathological liar?

4. Do farm animals dream of you?

5. Are you my mummy?

6. Do you prefer Marvel or DC Comics?

7. What is the broader impact that Superman has had on society as a whole outside of the comic-book fanbase?

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Jul 20 2012 05:08 PM

Do you dream of urban city animals?

I don't dream of animals, period.

My little bro is obsessed with trying to be 'cool'. Why do kids feel this need to conform to society? I'm guessing it's because they're the ugly ones on the inside, but I'm not sure.

I don't think it's that. There are two reasons I think people generally want to be seen as "cool":

1. When you're surrounded by people doing things a certain way, generally you'll want to adapt. The strength of that urge to fit in depends on your maturity, experience, and personal circumstances.

2. Attention. People like being idolized. This is related to reason numero uno because if you live in any form of society, whether said society is a country or a schoolyard, the best way to gain a reputation is to do things other people compliment.

Plese write a college level thesis on the following question: Is Human Nature on a downgrading slope?

Sorry, professor, I didn't register for your class. I only take math.

In all seriousness, I'm not sure whether humanity could be construed to be steadily declining. It's definitely a danger, and technological advancement is forcing us to walk a knife's edge between societal betterment and self-destruction, but I can't say we've been going steadily downward especially when we've taken leaps upward -- ending slavery, the women's suffrage movement, etc.

How did you pick your screen name?

When I was really young, eight or nine years old if I recall correctly, I made an account on Lego.com. Since I loved LEGO Bricks, I decided to use the username "Legolover"; when I found the name was already taken, I changed it to "Legolover574".

After at least a year away from the internet, I returned to Lego.com at thirteen and found I'd forgotten my old password. Not willing to give up my old online handle, I retained "Legolover" and, after much consulting of the name availability feature, added "-361" to the end. I joined BZPower about a year afterward and remained as Legolover-361 just in case anyone else on this site was from the Lego Message Boards.

Considering I must have some small reputation attached to my current username, I'm not willing to give it up yet.

:kaukau: 1. If you could change your fate...Whudjha?

2. What's the coolest trenchcoat you've ever seen in a movie?

3. Are you a pathological liar?

4. Do farm animals dream of you?

5. Are you my mummy?

6. Do you prefer Marvel or DC Comics?

7. What is the broader impact that Superman has had on society as a whole outside of the comic-book fanbase?


1. Well, I'm not certain fate really exists, but assuming it does... well, it depends on my fate and on the knowledge I have of said fate, including how I reach it. I don't want to find out my fate is to become a rich and famous author, celebrate, and be too distracted to write the novel that makes me rich and famous. Fates are convoluted enough that I doubt I could really handle knowing mine, let alone changing it.

2. Neo. The Matrix. Enough said.

3. If Wikipedia isn't lying to me, no. I won't say I've never told a fib before, but I don't like the idea of habitually lying.

4. No farm animals give me funny looks when I pass, so I don't think so.

5. I think we both know I'm your second cousin's uncle's sister's friend's third cousin's son five times removed. (Alternatively, if that was a reference... *reference flies over head and into left field bleachers for a home run*)

6. The only comics I've ever read with some semblance of regularity are the Bionicle comics. On the basis of character output, however, I greatly enjoy Justice League and Justice League Unlimited, and I also like the Iron Man and Captain America films and Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy, so I would say they're about tied in my eyes as of this writing.

7. I would need to do a lot of research to give a more in-depth answer, though I would say that the advent of Superman and subsequent creation of other superheroes helped provide role models (albeit unrealistic ones) for people to look up to. Superman was utterly heroic; he was the Man of Steel, bulletproof, super-strong; it's hard not to treat him as the sort of hero you wish you could be.
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Let's Henshin!
Jul 20 2012 05:32 PM
Do you think Society needs a modern day Hero?
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Jul 20 2012 06:48 PM
I would daresay we already have them. They're in the army, in public service; they're otherwise normal people who risk their limbs and lives for the good of others. Selfless actions like those are ones we should admire, reward, and emulate.

Sadly, not all soldiers, firefighters, police officers, and the like are as honest as we would wish they were. That only means we should admire those who truly care for the good of the people even more.
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Why does everyone always repeat the farm animal dream question? It stopped being funny after the fifth hundredth time.

(This is a question)

edit: wait. I just noticed Merida's The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances reference. His usage of the FAD question is forgiven.

Also wow that acronym is surprisingly appropos.
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Aug 02 2012 09:11 PM

Why does everyone always repeat the farm animal dream question? It stopped being funny after the fifth hundredth time.

I suppose other people still find it funny.

(This is a question)

(This is an answer.)
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How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
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Ramona Flowers
Aug 03 2012 06:04 AM

- Vorex
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Aug 03 2012 09:24 AM

How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?



See above.
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Let's Henshin!
Aug 03 2012 10:39 AM

Vorex: Keeper of Time, on , said:


See above.

You're wrong here LL, it's OVER 9000!!

*is shot.*
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Aug 03 2012 09:58 PM
Onarax, that is not a question.
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Why are you

a traitorous sandraker

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Aug 16 2012 05:44 PM
I'm not.

Not yet.
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Does this look contagious?
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Padishah Mehmet II
Sep 20 2012 12:43 PM
Do you agree that this is a biased question?

Do you think Society needs a modern day Hero?

... Was that a Devil on G-String reference?
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Sep 20 2012 04:24 PM

Does this look contagious?

I would suggest not scratching for at least a month and avoiding any form of contact with other humans, mammals, reptiles, insects, public restrooms, open air, or any connections to sewers till about New Year's.

Do you agree that this is a biased question?

I believe the only answer I could provide would be biased in return.
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What's wrong with this statement?

Who put the bomp in the bomp bah bomp bah bomp?

What's the difference between a duck?
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Sep 25 2012 07:47 PM
1. Everything.

2. Jazz.

3. A goose.
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June 9, 2009

11 / 27 / 1995

Under Lego, I have Mindstorms NXT, Bionicle (duh!), and a ton of other sets. Then outside of Lego there's writing, drawing, writing music, creating and editing images with GIMP, and a bunch more.

Christian if you squint and tilt your head just so. Maybe Christian-esque deist.

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Living Things

The Fray
How to Save a Life
The Fray
Scars & Stories

Origin of Symmetry
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New Way to Be Human
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Counting Crows
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I intolerate tolerance of tolerance of intolerance of tolerating intolerance when intolerating tolerance is the same as tolerating intolerance when you tolerate tolerance of intolerance of tolerance, but most people tolerant of intolerance are intolerate of tolerance intolerant of their tolerance.

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if you were true fans to bionicle you would support it's return you are not fans if you don't want it to come back even if you followed the entire story and loved them and bought every set and had joined a website with a large fanbase for them and made tons of friends and talked about bionicle every day and then when it ended you moved on to hero factory and don't want bionicle to come back you aren't a fan then because you thought it was going downhill and didn't like every single little aspect of it and you don't want it to come back and you aren't petitioning lego like mad and throwing temper tantrums left and right and aren't carrying on bionicle's revolutionary legacy means you are all traitors to those who want their most favorite toy back we know our fantasy will come true because we are here we are waiting and we want our bionicle and if star trek fans had as a group said no point in talking about this anymore it's never going to come back it never would have come back and lego is pushing their poorly designed and overpriced hero factory in little kids faces bionicle didn't need it so we have evidence to prove that our toy line which we simply cannot live without is going to come back because we will hold our breath and storm denmark if we don't get our way which we will because we always get our way and get what we want even if it comes back in ten years we can ask for the entire new line of bionicle for our thirtieth birthday and when bionicle comes back we'll have plenty of money to buy them because we didn't betray bionicle and buy hero factory like you all did you annoying little black hearted meanies who call yourselves fans when you're not you stinky shoe wearing snobs who don't agree with the movement to bring bionicle back

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"You'e seian what?"
-- Me talking to a friend about DBZ...

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You scare me, Chols.

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I said that, so it's totally a quote.

You should put this in your quote block.

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[12:50:19 PM] Gravity: "Lightning."
[12:50:23 PM] Gravity: "Forms."
[12:50:36 PM] Gravity: "That I did not sign completely!"
[12:50:46 PM | Edited 12:51:19 PM] Legolover-361: "I deliberately misspelled my name on those forms!"
[12:50:47 PM] Legolover-361: "..."
[12:50:52 PM] Legolover-361: "Er, accidentally deliberately."
[12:50:53 PM] Gravity: "On purpose!"
[12:51:01 PM] Legolover-361: "By mistake."
[12:51:19 PM] Gravity: "Mistakingly on purpose."
[12:51:56 PM] Legolover-361: "Unintentionally, believe me."
[12:52:00 PM] Dovydas: This is really amusing to read.
[12:52:00 PM] Legolover-361: "Er, I mean intentionally."

[5:42:52 PM] Tyler St. Francis: Until very, very recently, I was under the impression that platypuses were ducks and beavers mixed together.
[5:42:53 PM] Tyler St. Francis: They're not.

5:11:21 PM me XD
5:11:24 PM me Because it is!
5:11:34 PM me It's the ciiiiiiircle of life.
5:11:46 PM me It's the wheeel of fooortuuuuune...
5:11:49 PM Aderia but circles are not competive
5:12:29 PM me Um...
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4:16:47 PM Aimee/Aderia Hey [GSR], Mr. Microsoft, if you're around, would it hypothetically be possible for a Makuta with very very precise control over Electricity and Magnetism to manipulate computers/technology through those powers? aside from makign them explode
4:39:40 PM onarax I doubt it, as I doubt any being could learn how to control such circuts with such a precise speed and size, plus not all computers have the same circuts so it'd be even more complicated.
4:44:44 PM Will ...then again, Makuta aren't real. Technically they could do whatever they wanted. xD
4:45:28 PM onarax They're antidermis aren't they, why not just possess the thing.
4:46:02 PM Legolover-361 *blue screen of death*
4:46:07 PM Will They also have Rahi/Insect Control abilites, which is basically controlling robotic brains.
4:46:19 PM Will (and lolz)
4:46:21 PM Legolover-361 *you are seeing this screen because your computer had to be shut down...*

10:10:33 PM onarax Quick what's 3+3?
10:10:38 PM Zarayna hmm
10:10:39 PM Legolover-361 122!
10:11:05 PM onarax Congratulation to LL, he wins the grand prize of 1 Million Dollars, now if only we could count it out for him.

[7/4/2012 10:51:34 PM] Tyler: I just tried to figure out the radius of a triangle. ._.
[7/4/2012 10:52:37 PM] Legolover-361: ...Did you succeed in finding the radius of a triangle? I'm curious.

Kal Grochi takes a large amount of Nick's blood in order to start brewing with.
Zarayna takes his blood back
[10:26:45 PM] Kal Grochi Hey!!

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