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Would you perhaps favour synthetically produced food in pill form then?

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I prefer synthetic hormones, as they help with my symptoms of menopause.

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I prefer synthetic hormones, as they help with my symptoms of menopause.

Was that a question or a statement on your menopause?

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Did you not find the lack of a question mark helpful in drawing a conclusion?

(good to see you back O.F :D)

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Should we not be too hasty in jumping in to conclusions, regardless how apparent they may be?

 

(Thanks for the welcome, Poppy. Work has been crazy lately.)

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Is it possible to draw and paint in negative light? Would that not be like ...dark?

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As the first light would be defined as the time the darkness starts getting dispelled, wouldn't any time before that be considered the darkest, by definition?

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Do you wish to dispute the veracity of English theologian and historian Thomas Fuller's claim in his religious travelogue A Pisgah-Sight Of Palestine And The Confines Thereof, 1650, that 'It is always darkest just before the Day dawneth?

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Is Thomas Fuller not the sage who foresaw the rise of the Apple Appstore and Freemium app revenue model, by proclaiming "Nothing costs so much as what is given us"?

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Are you suggesting that Thomas Fuller predicted the proliferation of digital apps some four centuries ago?

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Don't people credit Nostradamus with such predictions even earlier than four centuries ago?

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Do you really think those Rorschach-inkblot-like verses of Nostradamus mean anything other than he was smoking something really strong at the time?

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But don't you think that all Rorscach inkblots, verse or otherwise, look like the product of a fevered imagination, most likely under the influence of some mind altering substance?

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Is it really that the ink blots and verses are the product of a fevered imagination, or is it their interpretation by your over-imaginative mind that make them appear so?

 

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:D

 

Are you questioning the validity of my Rorschach inkblot results which states that far from having a fevered or over-active imagination, I approach things rationally???

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What were the circumstances leading to you being psychologically evaluated with Rorschach inkblot tests?

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