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I’m Lano. I’m a Komodo Dragon. I speak Komodo Dragon, English, and a little of a couple of other human languages. I’m also fluent in otter and gueina pig.

Where did you grow up?

A jungle far away from where ever you are.

Where do you live now?

Right about here, more or less.

What is the highest level of education you have attained?

Advanced degree, and a doctorate in Komodo Dragon law.

What subjects did/do you enjoy most at school?

I just didnt like english or math

What's your favorite sport or sports?

Staring contest and the Art of Rock, Paper, Scissors.

What kind of jobs have you held? Industries too!

Retail, data entry, philosophy

What hobbies are you into?

Gaming of all sorts, from video to boards

What causes are you concerned about today?

The cause of Truth.

If you claim a political party affiliation, which is it?

The one that is pro komodo dragon rights

Which religion (if any) do you follow?

The Komodo Dragons worship many gods which are unpronounceable for the short, deformed human tongue. They are glorious and beautiful to behold.

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Like board games?

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Want to play from a random selection of options online for free against other people? Go to this site!

Movie Rant: Fighting with My Family****SPOILERS**

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Again, spoilers for this movie.

Being a groomsman

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Any tips? Are there unwritten rules i should know about? Any thoughts at all?

I need to bring food for a party.

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But the person who was going to take care of getting the food is ill.

Sometimes in life, we are called to make great decisions.

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These are times when the Dragon Gods test us. They want to see our resolve. They want US to see our resolve. For it is written, Eke Kei Kie ai kiai keia Kie.

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Solipsism (/ˈsɒlɪpsɪzəm/ from Latin solus, meaning 'alone', and ipse, meaning 'self') is the philosophical idea that only one's own mind is sure to exist.

I think, therefore I am. But why not just, Think. Think. Think. And not bother to assume that I must be the one thinking. Maybe the thoughts belong to someone else. To assume the thoughts that appear in the head on these shoulders as these hands type are my own is just as good as to assume that the sandwhich that these eyes see in your hand is mine just because these eyes in this head see it.

There's a giveness to thoughts though-they're personal, no one else seems to hear them unless I open my mouth, and I can do it at anytime that I'm not asleep. How can the thoughts that I can hear that you cannot hear be yours and not mine? But might as well ask why the voice the deaf man cannot hear when he uses his mouth not be his and not mine when I hear it while it's just we two in the room.

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I need to bring food for a party.

I do like black pepper...everyone seemed to like it, and like that it had a lot of pepper. Whew.

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I need to bring food for a party.

I made some mushroom risotto. I put too much black pepper tho.

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I need math help

I would get 104, based on how I was taught in school the order of operations are. I think it may be things have changed since I was in school though.

I was taught PEMDAS = Parenthesis, exponents, multiplication, division, addition, subtraction. Where multiplication and division have equal priority, and addition and subtraction have equal priority.

Since there are no parenthesis or exponents, according to PEMDAS you mutliple 25x0 first. that gives you 50+50-0+2+2


And from there it's easy to see how I got 104.

Important to note that order of operations is pretty arbitrary. It's just how a bunch of academics decided that the language of math should be written.

- written - voted for by DocteurRalph
i'm tired of chasing the happiness myth

This is a great action movie one liner, but is also true in a lot of ways:

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Like board games?

Dang, look at that, i done turned into a game snob

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Like board games?

Yorick wrote:
I've been playing MTG ARENA lately, MTG was formerly a card game that came out in 1993 and has gained popularity with avid gamers.. its fun to play and gets challenging the better you become. its free to play (ignore the instore buy options)

If you are a quick learner and love competition .. do check it out

Yes, i know magic the gathering, but never played not big on deck-building type games. I'm also skeptical of games that sort of require continual financial investment in order for you to remain "good" at them. At least that is what i have heard magic is like. In the sense that new, better cards are always coming out and you gotta buy'em or you fall behind

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Like board games?

DocteurRalph wrote:
Man that's a little busy for me. I play golf online at WGT and it's a blast. The most fun is talking to strangers for an hour while you wait for the other people to hit.

There is generally little convo on this site except for "good luck" "have fun" and "good game" alot of the players are not from the usa, and besides, emotions can run high with board games.

Its wham bam thank you ma'am type gaming.

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I was born and raised in the same state my entire life.

Something that many have told me is make sure you can handle the climate whereever you move.

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Some psycho I know has hacked the computer I'm using and figured out what drives me to homicidal rage and is content on consistently doing things over and over again to screw with me that make me want

I mean, if he is, you may actually need to call the police. I don't know anything about hacking either.

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