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We're not made to last 24 comments
moonshire · 2 years ago
No more
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He's gonna confuse them all 3 comments
moonshire · 2 years ago 2 · Edited 2 years ago
An example of how plants clean water 2 comments
moonshire · 2 years ago
I mean, it kind of "cleans" the water by stopping the erosion and keeping it clean... sort of. At least they half understand it.
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WRONG 36 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
To be fair, in lord of the rings, you wouldn't have anyone of a higher melatonin concentration because the genetic need for better sun resistance wasn't there. So unless they decided to add a new area to the "universe" and improve technology to the point where travel between the two places was easy enough that you would have a steady flow of people back and forth, the situation wouldn't typically arise, scientifically speaking... I think
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Kangaroo buddy 11 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
That is the cutest fucking shit ever
My handicap. 46 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
So personal philosophy time... I'm of the belief that humans could potientally improve the world, but that the chances of that happening in the long term is greatly outweighed by the human potential to destroy everything we have created and more. I also happen to believe that a large percent of people are generaly bad, or at least selfish or jelous or greedy and short sighted enough to monumentally screw up our planet. It kinda sucks when you want people to succeed so much it hurts but you don't think that they could ever be good enough to do so. Anyways, I know that there are *probably* a lot of spelling mistakes here, but please ignore them in favor of the point, if you read this at all. This is depressing
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I made this, I think it's the best yet 15 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
The three musketeers
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Bismuth fractal 7 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
I have some also. Unfortunately, part of it broke when I was transporting it home, but the main piece doesn't look that different, so I basically just have an extra mini version now too.
Black Friday Shoppers will do anything for a deal 2 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
Why would you have to buy a tent? Don't people just own them? Is it not normal to own one or more tents?
No pressure honey 6 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
To add some perspective, boys of that age were already considered men during their time periods and had not only the rights of one, but also the respect one would get. You could already marry someone by the age of 14 (It could be 12?) if you were a guy and could legally own property. Perphaps the reason they acomplised so much was becuase they had the resources, knowledge, and enviroment to do so at a young age rather than spending 1/5 of their lives preparing for the world and having far less rights than those older then them. There were 10 year old boy-kings for gods sake, that kind of thing won't fly in most modern day countries. Its not that children have become less productive as time goes on, its that our life spends have lengthened resulting in the decline of efficacy as a whole in our societies.
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Moscow in the winter 5 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
dude. this is so cool
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No words needed 8 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
Aw, down votes, really guys?
Getting lost in nature 2 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
At least you find a hate of nature in yourself before you die.
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No words needed 8 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
Literally 15 words. Obviously they were needed. (Don't get mad at me pls, I'm just sarcastically pointing out the truth)
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Cheating girlfriend 5 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
Although I don't think he is in the wrong (she definitely deserved it) I think it could have been handled better with less drama and less damage to eithers reputation if they just sat down and talked about it.
Lord help me 23 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
I think the point may have been not that hey we're complaining, but they were complaining their money caused their problems. The social pressure on the rich may be higher, but so is the financial stability. It probably depends person to person, but there are people I know who complain about things without considering the alternatives or even what their really saying. I happen to agree with you though, in your one worse things does not negate a bad one ideal, so take my words as you may. (If they make any sense, I'm writing this considerably sleep deprived)
Lord help me 23 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
To add onto this, I'm not saying they shouldn't compain about their home life as far as familial relations go, everyone needs to vent every once and a while, but those who complain that their money is causing their problems bother me. I'd like to see them get their money taken away and see how they handle it. Most, with the exception of those whose money was actually causing them problems (shopping addiction, poor financial knowledge, guilty over spending to the point of self hatred, all extremes) will probably want their money back over after a couple of weeks when they realize they can't live the way their used too.
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Lord help me 23 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
Most families I know have moderate to serious problems, at least the rich families don't have to worry so much about finance too. That can have the transportation they want, have the extracurricular activities they want, and go to almost any college they can get accepted into with marginally less worry and difficulty. In a society that operates primarily off of money, having enough to not have to monitor what you spending and decide if it's worth it all the time is quite beifical.
Now I can easily recharge my phone without electricity 12 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
Yes, but if people used it more it would lessen the demand for oil and coal, the mining of which damages the environment
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Why. Just why. 3 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
Handmade is the way to go
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Baby snail still in its egg 4 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
Hello
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This is mind-blowing: Which came first? 13 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
I neither have the time or desire to do similar research at the moment, so once again I will agree that you are ostensibly right.
This is mind-blowing: Which came first? 13 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
I'm sorry, I had not realized I was spreading falsities. I appreciate you correcting me. Regretfully, I must also question you. Both of our sources are the internet and while you are much more likely to be correct, it's possible that that's not the case. Both our sources could have been wrong, intentionally or otherwise. However, until we have verifiable information, I will concede that my facts are false.
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moonshire · 3 years ago
By the way, I didn't mean to offend you in any way by disagreeing with you. I simple felt the need to state what I thought, just as I now feel the need to make sure my comment was seen as informative and not rude.
Engaging advertisment 33 comments
moonshire · 3 years ago
How do you know? They could just not get caught. It isn't impossible, just improbable.