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Liam S. replied to Pale Horse's discussion Strangers Like Us
"Again - still missing the point."
16 hours ago
Liam S. replied to Pale Horse's discussion Strangers Like Us
"Still missing the point."
17 hours ago
Liam S. replied to Pale Horse's discussion Strangers Like Us
"Dig a little deeper. It's not the language, per se. "
yesterday
Liam S. replied to Pale Horse's discussion Strangers Like Us
"It's not that you used disrespectful language, it's that the website you linked repeatedly made a point about being respectful. Something you agreed, people here already knew.  Except you.  Nobody was offended by anything but…"
yesterday
Liam S. replied to Native Son's discussion Ukraine. in the group The Great Debate
"How is that Malaysian Air's fault? That is the standard commercial route and most airlines were not re-routing."
yesterday
Liam S. replied to Jack Brenner's discussion Colleague out of line?
"He can think what he wants... doesn't make it so. And you can tell him so if he ever tries to exert authority over you. "
yesterday
Liam S. replied to Jack Brenner's discussion Colleague out of line?
"I'd disagree with raising it in an open meeting first. Too many ways for that to go sour. There may also be unknowns - maybe he's been told by the "real manager" that he is on track to be assistant, or some other information…"
yesterday
Liam S. replied to Harry Mcgrath's discussion Finding a Taylor
"Expand your search to terms including "alterations" and "seamstress" - you should be able to find someone nearby you can reliably bring things to. "
yesterday
Liam S. replied to Harry Mcgrath's discussion Finding a Taylor
"If you are only looking for minor alterations, check at Dry Cleaners (or many department stores either provide, or recommend people).  If you are looking to actually have clothing and suits made from scratch (bespoke) or made to measure then…"
yesterday
Liam S. replied to Steve Dallas's discussion Studies in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"And with all that said, there are several extensive discussions in the Christian Men's group, which deal with the topic in more depth. Personally, they are both (Mainstream/Traditional Christian and LDS) fairly equally implausible - the…"
Monday
Liam S. replied to Steve Dallas's discussion Studies in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"You can argue that they don't fit within the definitions of many Christian sects, but they are nonetheless, Christian. Most of the arguments you lay out for why they would not be considered so, could be leveled at many denominations (and have…"
Monday
Liam S. replied to An Idle Dad's discussion 10 Questions for Atheists in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"Good point re: #10. "
Monday
Liam S. replied to Nathan DeParis's discussion Speed Reading Question
"Nice - I might have to give it a go. Currently, my brain compartmentalizes a good bit - it would probably be good to force it to play nicely with other inputs."
Sunday
Liam S. replied to Nathan DeParis's discussion Speed Reading Question
"It depends on how much time I have... sometimes I only have 20 minutes on the train, or sometimes I have an evening to myself (though that is rare these days). I don't set a particular limit or goal though. I read until I either need to do…"
Sunday
Liam S. replied to Nathan DeParis's discussion Speed Reading Question
"While I have not specifically learned any speed reading techniques, I am a fast reader (always have been). I typically have three books going at a time."
Saturday
Liam S. replied to Ben Birchenough's discussion First Handgun 1911? in the group Riflemen
"Sig Sauer makes a good number of 1911 variants, all of which are high quality, and many of which are below 1K, depending on features.  If I ever go back to pistols, I plan on getting one of their compacts. "
Jul 17
Liam S. replied to Regular Joe's discussion Nice Looking Pens That Won't Break The Bank
"Rotring makes drafting tools, but they have several lines of milled aluminum bodied pens and pencils that are very nice and not super expensive. More functional then luxury, but in the same way a Land Rover is a step up from a rusted out Isuzu…"
Jul 17
Liam S. replied to An Idle Dad's discussion 10 Questions for Atheists in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"1. Process of elimination. 2. I don't know, but all the evidence points to decomposition. 3. What if you're wrong, and the Muslims had it right all along? Whoops! (E.g. nobody knows)4. Morality is complex but does not need a…"
Jul 16
Liam S. replied to Daniel's discussion What is a cheap skill/trade to learn that is high in demand?
"Define cheap. Compared with an MBA or another Bachelors, they are a bargain. "
Jul 16
Liam S. replied to Hey Man's discussion What Are Your Favorite Hair Styling Products?
"I don't use many, but when I do, it's either:American crew pomade Groom & Clean Depending on what my intent is. "
Jul 16

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Mid-thirties, with a wife and 18 month old son, living and working in Chicago. I'm a graphic designer/art director for a large consulting firm, and also run my own architectural and product photography business.

I am an atheist, a kalderash rom (gypsy), whiskey drinker, cigar smoker, kilt wearer, do-it-yourselfer, and poet... I am a casual (and perpetual) student of languages, go player, philosophy, physical sciences, mythology, literature and psychology.

I write articles for and work in roma-rights, as well as volunteering and acting as a committee member for other charities and service organizations.
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At 12:32pm on July 15, 2014, Karl Helweg said…

Roma-rights is ethnic focused rather than regaining rights to a traditionally migratory/transient lifestyle in the modern world? 

At 6:18pm on July 14, 2014, Karl Helweg said…

I have to ask what exactly, say in bullet points, would "roma-rights" include? 

At 4:08pm on July 3, 2014, Josh Allen said…

Thanks for joining the Airships group!

At 1:04pm on March 17, 2014, Pale Horse said…

I did not approve your statement because I would rather not have a pitched battle on my profile. Feel free to respond on yours or a forum post, though. I would gladly join in. Thanks anyway for your input.

At 11:51pm on February 19, 2014, Lucius Artorius Castus said…

John wont approve my comments there, so I had to tell you here. 

That was hilarious. Whether it was intended to be or not.

At 7:38pm on December 20, 2012, Steve G said…

Liam, thanks judging by the video it looks like it brews a good cup of coffee, I'll check it out!

At 11:58pm on October 20, 2012, Lukus Albin said…

T'aves baxtalo. Me paaniboskiero, arta tume?

At 2:38am on August 3, 2012, Lukus Albin said…

Te aves Baxtalo, I was discussing the use of Gypsy as a Slur and though raised where it was I fear I've become desensitized to it as the infantry turned it to a nickname. How do you feel about it in your life?

At 2:21pm on December 29, 2011, peter Griffingreenbordanve said…

Thank you! ^^ though im still rather on the fence of atheism or believing in something. So agnostic might be the way i go. In either case. Thank you an i shall look around, as this is MUCH better then facebook, as this has more a purprose.

At 10:59pm on December 9, 2011, Ryan Tucker said…

I think so too. Thank you for the welcome.

 
 
 

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"your all comments are useless because i didn't seen anything verifiable or tangible which is supported by solid or strong basics. all that i have seen is bogus opinions and nonsense personal experience. for which who cares ?"
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Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Jaya Jagannath's discussion Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life, Purpose of Human Life, philosophical/religious facts, theories etc.
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Paul replied to Jaya Jagannath's discussion Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life, Purpose of Human Life, philosophical/religious facts, theories etc.
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Ryan Kiefer commented on Chad's group Interpreters and Translators
"Hey guys. I just joined the group, but I'm not a translator or interpreter. I'm currently an English teacher in Indonesia and am interested in becoming a translator. I speak Spanish and a very little bit of Bahasa Indonesia. "
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