Date registered: January 21, 2013
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Maybe you're right. I can't even figure out how women's minds operate, so I won't bother trying to figure out how evil spirits' minds operate.
Why would evil spirits be frightened away by drums? It seems to me that if you're truly evil it should take a lot more than drums to scare you off.
ah shut up.
Nobody is trolling. You're just trying to oversimplify a situation. The way he dresses is an issue and you expect people just to ignore it. Obviously, there's been way too much focus on it and not enough on the material he's put out, but it doesn't change the fact that the way he dresses is an issue.
Some people are bothered by the way this man dresses. They're just saying what's on their mind.
If this man reads the forum, then he'll know that some people don't really approve of the way he dresses. But then it's up to him if he wants to completely ignore other people's opinions or change the way he dresses to be more accepted by everyone.
And he very likely already knows that some people don't approve of the way he dresses and doesn't care. Which may be something to be admired because a lot of people hide their true selves to fit in and because they're afraid of being judged.
not to be offensive or defend anyone's comments, but surely anyone who dresses in an eccentric fashion realizes that it's going to elicit strong reactions from certain people.
sorry, not sure how to point out the exact location. it's basically a place on 121 street that has dozens of small computer vendor shops, together in one large space.
the girl who fixed my video card gave me her business card. that's the number on the card. looks like a mobile number. if you get a chinese friend to call, i'm sure she'll be able to point out how to get there.
i would take the drive in and try to get her to give you a free diagnosis of the problem and free estimate on the cost of repairs.
you can try going to 121 street (yi er yi da jie).
they might give you a free estimate on the cost of repair.
here's the number of a girl who helped with a video card problem. she doesn't speak much english, but we managed to communicate through google translate software. 135-2942-0809
if it's not too expensive to repair, i would get it fixed to retrieve the files (depending how important the files are), but then buy another drive.
although gutter oil may be worse than most other oils, as far as i know all cooking oils in the supermarkets are unhealthy. olive oil is healthy but not that great when heated. butter is ok for frying, but expensive and not everything can be cooked in butter for taste. as far as i know, all other oils (sunflower, vegetable, peanut etc...) are unhealthy.
i use bacon fat. i buy the fattiest bacon in the supermarket, fry a couple of strips until the fat melts and use that for cooking.
coconut oil i believe is also healthy for cooking, but extremely expensive and hard to find in china.
is that safe? anything with the word "shock" in it scares me.
The word tarot has French origins and only means one thing in the English language as far as me and the dictionary are concerned. But if you want to confuse people, go ahead and hold "Tarot" nights which have nothing to do with fortunetelling.
any of a set of 22 playing cards bearing allegorical representations, used for fortunetelling...
1590–1600; back formation from taros (plural) < Middle French <
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