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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 9:38 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 9:42 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:07 pm

Pokémon Chronicles, known in Japan as Shūkan Pokémon Hōsōkyoku (週間ポケモン放送局 “Weekly Pokémon broadcast”), is a closely related spinoff series that airs concurrently with the beginning part of Pokémon: Advanced Generation. The main episodes are stories that star various recurring characters that appeared in Pokémon, some of which account for discontinuities of the plot of Pokémon: Advanced Generation. However, instead of new episodes each week, as is the case with Pokémon: Advanced Generation, other things may air during Pokémon Chronicles, such as reruns of Pokémon episodes, television airings of the Pokémon movies, cast interviews, and live action footage.

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:07 pm

During each season of the main series, a Pokémon feature film (劇場版ポケットモンスター , Gekijōban Poketto Monsutā ?, Pocket Monsters the Movie), starring the main characters from the TV series has been released. As of 2007, there have been ten movies and one feature length TV broadcast (released outside Japan as a direct-to-video movie titled “Mewtwo Returns”), the eleventh is scheduled to be released in July, 2008 in Japan. The plot of every movie has involved an encounter with a Legendary Pokémon, although some may not conform to a strict definition of the word. The movies are also used to promote brand new Pokémon that are supposed to be in new versions of the game.

The Pokémon movies are also coupled with a short movie starring Ash and Co. pokémon. Each movie until the seventh is preceded by the animated shorts. The shorts are: Pikachu’s Summer Vacation, Pikachu’s Rescue Adventure, Pikachu and Pichu, Pikachu’s Pikaboo, Camp Pikachu, and Gotta Dance.

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:07 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:08 pm

A Pokémon researcher. Professor Ivy is first heard of in the second season of the Pokémon anime. Just after Ash Ketchum has competed in the Pokémon League, Professor Oak asks him to travel to the Orange Archipelago region and retrieve a strange Pokéball from local Pokémon expert Professor Ivy. Ash and his friends Misty and Brock make their way to Valencia Island and meet the Professor and her triplet assistants.

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:08 pm

(Odamaki-hakase) A Pokémon researcher, known for his field work. He is authorized by the Pokémon League to give new trainers one of the three Hoenn starter Pokémon: Treecko, Torchic, and Mudkip.

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:10 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:15 pm

Philosophy, belief, faith and the meaning of life

Philosophy is concerned with issues like ethics, what constitutes genuine knowledge and proper reasoning. The issue of the meaning of life has a rich tradition of thought in the history of philosophy. For example, philosophers have considered such questions as:

* "Is the question 'What is the meaning of life?' a meaningful question?"[23] (see Logical positivist views of the meaning of life);
* "What does the question 'What is the meaning of life?' mean?";[24] and "If there are no objective values, then is life meaningless?"[25] (see Existentialist views of the meaning of life and Nihilist views of the meaning of life)

Some philosophical disciplines have also aimed to develop an understanding of life that explains, regardless of how we came to be here, what we should do now that we are here. (see Humanist views of the meaning of life)

Religions are belief systems relying on the faith of their adherents. They may be defined as organized traditions of rules and orthodoxy that attempt to serve spiritual needs of their followers.[17] Religions give an answer to the question "What is the meaning of my life?", where the religious answer tends to include a certain moral demand.[26] Generally, religions play important parts in devising spiritual terms that soothe grieve in bereavements and keep humanity gentle-hearted with facing death.[27]

Spirituality is generally linked to one's deepest inwardness and innermost being and also involves awareness, sensibility and transcendence. Contemporary understandings of spirituality emphasise the dynamic quality of spirituality as lived experience; an experience linked to our bodies, to nature, to our relationships with others and society. It is an experience which seeks the fullness of life, a life that touches the spirit, in the midst of all our struggles of living. Spirituality can also be described as a different way of seeing, seeing our own lives, those of others and all life on earth in a different light and from a different perspective, the discovery of new insight and wisdom whereby we reshape the inwardness of our lives. Spirituality is always connected to an inner-awakening, a discovery and transforming of one's understanding and insight.[7] Spirituality may basically be summarized as understanding the meaning of life, all of life and reality itself.[28]

Mysticism focuses more on direct experience than religions generally do. Various forms of mysticism are associated with one or more religions, and some may form an independent movement, thus the view of mysticism varies widely according to how each speaker describes it. In general, the view is broadly that life is a happening, an unfolding, and the meaning of life is conceived as how one fits in the scheme of things. The purpose of life is mystical enlightenment, which can be defined as ending a sense of an individual self by means of mystical cultivation. It involves knowledge of the fundamental nature of reality and living a life in accordance with it.[29]

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:16 pm

Pornography or porn is the explicit depiction of sexual subject matter, especially with the sole intention of sexually exciting the viewer. It is to a certain extent similar to erotica, which is the use of sexually-arousing imagery for mainly artistic purposes. Over the past few decades, an immense industry for the production and consumption of pornography has grown, due to emergence of the VCR, the DVD, and the Internet, as well as the emergence of social attitudes more tolerant of sexual portrayals. Performers in pornography are referred to as pornographic actors (or actresses), or the more commonly known title, "porn star", and are generally seen as qualitatively different from their non-pornographic counterparts.

Pornography may use any of a variety of media—printed literature, photos, sculpture, drawing, painting, animation, sound recording, film, video, or video game. However, when sexual acts are performed for a live audience, by definition it is not pornography, as the term applies to the depiction of the act, rather than the act itself. Thus, portrayals such as sex shows and striptease may be considered similar, but not identical, to pornography.

In most countries pornography is treated as a separate entity, both culturally and legally, from depictions of naked persons in art or photography. See "nudity" for more information.
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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:17 pm

Utilitarian views of the meaning of life
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The origins of Utilitarianism are often traced back as far as the Greek philosopher Epicurus, but as a specific school of thought, it is generally credited to Jeremy Bentham.[39] Bentham found pain and pleasure to be the only intrinsic values in the world: "nature has placed mankind under the governance of two sovereign masters, pain and pleasure." From this he derived the rule of utility, that the good is whatever brings the greatest happiness to the greatest number of people. Later, after realizing that the formulation recognized two different and potentially conflicting principles, he dropped the second part and talked simply about "the greatest happiness principle."

Jeremy Bentham's foremost proponent was James Mill, a significant philosopher in his day and the father of John Stuart Mill. The younger Mill was educated according to Bentham's principles, including transcribing and summarising much of his father's work whilst still in his teens."[40]

In his famous short work, Utilitarianism, John Stuart Mill argued that cultural, intellectual, and spiritual pleasures are of greater value than mere physical pleasure, because the former would be valued more highly by competent judges than the latter. A competent judge, according to Mill, is anyone who has experienced both the lower pleasures and the higher.[41]

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:17 pm

hristian views of the meaning of life

Christians draw many of their beliefs from the Holy Bible, and believe that loving God is the meaning of life. In order to achieve this, one would ask for forgiveness of sins and receive God into their heart. Christianity believes in an eternal afterlife, and declares that it is an unearned gift from God through the love of Jesus Christ, which is to be received or forfeited by faith. (Ephesians 2:8-9; Romans 6:23); (John 3:16-21; John 3:36).

Christians believe they are being tested and purified so that they may have a place of responsibility with Jesus in the eternal Kingdom to come. What the Christian does in this life will determine his place of responsibility with Jesus in the eternal Kingdom to come. Jesus encouraged Christians to be overcomers, so that they might share in the glorious reign with Him in the life to come: "To him who overcomes, I will give the right to sit with me on my throne, just as I overcame and sat down with my Father on his throne. He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches." (Rev 3:21-22)

The Bible states that it is God "in whom we live and move and have our being" (Acts 17:28), that to Fear God is the beginning of wisdom, and to depart from evil is the beginning of understanding (Job 28:28) and that "In Christ Jesus are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge" (Colossians 2:3). The Bible also says, in Ecclesiastes 12:13 "Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man", and "Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God." Corinthians 10:31

In one of the Westminster Articles (1647), the Shorter Catechism, the first question is "What is the chief end of man?", or in other words, 'What is man's main purpose?'. The answer, according to the Catechism is "Man's chief end is to glorify God and enjoy him forever."[citation needed]

[edit] Islamic views of the meaning of life

In Islam the ultimate objective of man is to seek the pleasure of Allah by living in accordance with the Divine guidelines as stated in the Qur'an and the Tradition of the Prophet. The Qur'an clearly states that the whole purpose behind the creation of man was for gloryfying and worshipping Allah:[55] "I only created jinn and man to worship Me" (Qur'an 51:56). Worshiping in Islam means to testify to the oneness of God in his lordship, names and attributes. To Muslims, life was created as a test, and how well one performs on this test will determine whether one finds a final home in Jannah (Heaven) or Jahannam (Hell).

The esoteric Muslim view, generally held by Sufis, the universe exists only for God's pleasure. Creation works as a grand game,[56] with Allah as the greatest prize.[5

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:18 pm

aoist views of the meaning of life

The Taoists cosmogony emphasizes the need for all sentient beings and all man to return to the primordial or to rejoin with the Oneness of the Universe by way of self-correction and self realization. It is the objective for all adherents to understand and be in tune with the ultimate truth.

Within the theology of Taoism, all man were originally a being called yuanling from Taiji and Tao, the meaning in life for the adherents is to realise the temporal nature of the existence, and all adherents are expected to practise, hone and conduct their mortal lives by way of Xiuzhen and Xiushen, as a preparation for the spiritual transcendence thereafter. "Only introspection can then help us to find our innermost reasons for living...the simple answer is here within ourselves."[79]
A torii is a traditional Japanese gate commonly found at the entry to a Shinto shrine.
A torii is a traditional Japanese gate commonly found at the entry to a Shinto shrine.

[edit] Shinto views of the meaning of life

Shinto wants life to live, not to die. Shinto sees death as pollution and regards life as the realm where the divine spirit seeks to purify itself by rightful self-development. Shinto wants individual human life to be prolonged forever on earth as a victory of the divine spirit in preserving its objective personality in its highest forms. The presence of evil in the world, as conceived by Shinto, does not stultify the divine nature by imposing on divinity responsibility for being able to relieve human suffering while refusing to do so. The sufferings of life are the sufferings of the divine spirit in search of progress in the objective world.[27]

[edit] Confucian views of the meaning of life

Confucianism recognizes human nature in accordance with the need for discipline and education. Because mankind is driven by both positive and negative influences, Confucianists see a goal in achieving the good nature through strong relationships and reasoning as well as minimizing the negative energy. This emphasis on normal living is seen in the Confucianist scholar Wei-Ming's quote, "we can realize the ultimate meaning of life in ordinary human existence."[80]

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:19 pm

Death is the end of the life of a biological organism. Death may refer to the end of life as either an event or condition.[1] Many factors can cause or contribute to an organism's death, including predation, disease, habitat destruction, senescence, malnutrition and accidents or physical injury. The principal causes of human death in developed countries are diseases related to aging.[1] Traditions and beliefs related to death are an important part of human culture, and central to many religions. In medicine, biological details and definitions of death have become increasingly complicated as technology advances. Sometimes death can be caused naturally, or by other things such as violence or chronic diseases.

In animals, small movements of the limbs (for example twitching legs or wings) known as a postmortem spasm can sometimes be observed following death. Pallor mortis is a postmortem paleness which accompanies death due to a lack of capillary circulation throughout the body. Algor mortis describes the predictable decline in body temperature until ambient temperature is reached. Within a few hours of death rigor mortis is observed with a chemical change in the muscles, causing the limbs of the corpse to become stiff (Latin rigor) and difficult to move or manipulate. Assuming mild temperatures, full rigor occurs at about 12 hours, eventually subsiding to relaxation at about 36 hours; however, decomposition is not always a slow process. Fire, for example, is the primary mode of decomposition in most grassland ecosystems.[2]

Some organisms have hard parts such as shells or bones which may fossilize before decomposition can occur. Fossils are the mineralized or otherwise preserved remains or traces (such as footprints) of animals, plants, and other organisms. Fossils vary in size from microscopic, such as single cells, to gigantic, such as dinosaurs. A fossil normally preserves only a portion of the deceased organism, usually that portion that was partially mineralized during life, such as the bones and teeth of vertebrates, or the chitinous exoskeletons of invertebrates. Preservation of soft tissues is extremely rare in the fossil record.
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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:20 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:20 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:21 pm

o mai bad, didunt kno eye cud spel a speleeng eror rong.

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:22 pm

Why do Americans struggle with spelling?
I am English, but I spend a huge amount of time in the USA on business and I am utterly appalled at their awful spelling.
Here are a few examples;
HUMOUR is spelt HUMOR by Americans
COLOUR is spelt COLOR by Americans
THEATRE is spelt THEATER by Americans
SKOOL is spelt SCHOOL by Americans
STEWPID is spelt STUPID by STEWPID Americans
Why do they struggle, Its not that hard.

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Ah Sid...still striving for anarchy, I see.
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dont b stupit ese
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We don't struggle you just spell things differently.
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It's the way the American's have been taught. It's not incorrect but just different to the way we spell things here in the UK.
Some of the spelling in the UK is very poor, so we need to get our own house in order first before we criticise other people.
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becuz sum peepel don paayy atencione en ingles classo
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where is your tooth brush
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you guys and your redundant u's
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we decided to be free from the British by inventing our own version of certain words and it's correct by our standards
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well uh here in tha USA that is how we spell all them things -- where eva u from ya'll spell things different obviously !!
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No they don't struggle. Its the way the spell their words.
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"Spelt" is not a word, Ricky Retardo.
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We don't spell incorrectly, just differently. When Webster created the American English Dictionary he shortened the spelling of certain words to make them easier to spell.

While you're on your rant you forgot...
kerb...curb
tonne...ton
grey...gray
tyre...tire

Are you the same guy who was on here last week wondering why Americans don't answer their phones before 2:00 PM London time? Give it a rest.
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Centre........Center
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They might spell bad ( the crappy English language) but they have the BEST TECHNOLOGY ON EARTH.

No comments. LOL
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It is not bad spelling it is just a different convention. If it bothers you that much just stay on your side of the pond.
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have you not heard of english spelling and american spelling, it is in the spelling section of your computer. when in rome.......................................
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Just because we Americans claim to speak English, doesn't mean that we speak "pure" English. America has bastardized the English language...our "schools" teach us this, if we were to spell school...skool...we would fail the spelling bee.
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My uncle is american, they have different spellings for a lot of words,it isn't bad spelling it is just how they spell the words.
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I don't have a problem with spelling at all. Perhaps it is your point of view?
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well the next time you are in America come to Wyoming and ill show you how to spell western @ss whoopin
you smart Aborigine
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Uh, hello we aren't English dumb *** get your **** straight before you start running your mouth. Things are spelled different here, then from England. I'm pretty sure most Americans wonder why you ENGLISH people can't spell things. We respect how you guys spell stuff, and you should do the same rather then being an immature moron.
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We speak a slightly corrupted version of English with spellings to match. It's the same with all other countries who speak English and it's also why to you, we have an accent.
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i think more retards spell school like that,
its not only americans. :]

i would say the oppsotie of what you said and be like why do people from england spell the words like that?
well im not used to seeing the words like that and we spell it different. duh

EVERYONE DOESNT HAVE TO FOLLOW ENGLAND ALL THE TIME.
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YOU do a lot of traveling?? I see

You can't possibly be that educated and not know that it's just different.
please, don't embarrass yourself further by calling others stupid, you're just shooting yourself in the foot my friend
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I am beginning to wonder who is struggling with the spelling!
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Maybi lik me theyyyy have dislexick keeboards!
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Erm, excuse me, but in what language is "SKOOL" & "STEWPID" the correct spellings? Certainly not in any version of English i've ever heard of!
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We Americans are pretty popular on here arent we? lol
I spell the way I was taught in school, through the Webster dictionary. It's not wrong, just not the English way. I wouldn't dare critisize the British, I have too much respect for my husband as he is British. He has even picked up alot of my American sayings and spellings. He also wouldnt dare critisize me as I'd open a 55 gallon drum of whoop a** and pour it all over him. lol

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:24 pm

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o mai bad, didunt kno eye cud spel a speleeng eror rong.

deano hax0rzd your acc?
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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:25 pm

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Drizzt wrote:
o mai bad, didunt kno eye cud spel a speleeng eror rong.

deano hax0rzd your acc?


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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:26 pm

ohemgee laik thrz no nd 2 crii laik it wus onli a jkm ya feel me?
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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:27 pm

i geusin i b felin ya bt onli 2 a xertin xtent, kai?

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:28 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:28 pm

ye. am well god
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PostSubject: Re: Eccentricities   Thu Mar 20, 2008 10:29 pm

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