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It's life, Jim, but not as we know it. Not as we know it, Not as we know it, It's life, Jim, but not as we know it. Not as we know it, Captain.
Give the guy a break, he's Iranian. How good is your Farsi ? Steve
I thought he was a US Marine private stationed in Iran....
Whilst it wouldn't be impossible, I would doubt there are many US marines in IraN, but there are a fair few in IraQ Steve
Hey, I was just going by what his profile said. I make no claims one way or the other regarding accuracy, either of the original information or my interpretation thereof. ;-)
im a privt e2 in the marines it fun some times ;} Im a sniper My shots are 148 out of 150 at at 500 yarde. Im geting ingage and I lover her soo much I will die for her.
Also, according to his Zombie 'ible, his name is Jacob, which I didn't think was a common name for Iranian nationals, so that's kinda where I'm coming from. All conjecture, really.
OK YOU NO WHAT GO GET A LIFE AND THINK EVERY DAY YOU MAY DIE AND NEVER SEE YOUR FRINDS AND FAIMLY AGINE SO GET OFF MY BACK!
Does the 'ible not say that your name is Jacob? Or are you just mad because I noticed that you plagiarized the entire thing and politely suggested that you remove it? Sorry, just because you're in the armed forces doesn't buy you a Get Out of Integrity Free card.
Ok but I'm still up from last monday but all and all it is good I'll be off for a week so talk to you than. over and out
a vigorous life with good fun
"Make me one with... everything!"
And when Buddha complained that he'd been short-changed, the vendor smiled and told him "change must come from within."
How true. Change must come from within. Heh. This hotdogmonger possesses much wisdom. I hadn't heard that part of the story before.
Life is a mathematical game, a cellular automaton invented by John Conway in 1970. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conway%27s_Game_of_Life ("Life. Don't talk to me about life." -- Marvin)
"42" I was going to say that!
Wrong! 42 is the answer to the question "What is the Meaning of Life, the Universe and Everything?". "42" is only the answer to "What is the Meaning of Life?" if "The Universe" and "Everything" equate to zero (if the terms are additive) or one (if the terms are multiplied). The answer to "What is the Meaning of Life?" is - I'll have to think about it . . . . . . . . . . .
I disagree. The answer is not a cumulative total, but rather a single answer to three separate questions combined in a single sentence, ie: "What is the meaning of Life?", "What is the meaning of the Universe?", and "What is the Meaning of Everything?" The answer to each is 42. Damn that Doug Adams! Perhaps he will write a posthumous novel expounding on his poorly phrased sentence. lol
"Good dentishtry and shoft toilet paper."
You have just answered your own question. The meaning of life it for you to ask "what is the meening of life?" and misspell 'meaning'. It's done. The world purpose has been fulfilled. Now we have to find a new project.
Yes, 42. Google can verify it. But you'll have to spell "meaning" correctly.