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should we bill countries for the cost of the invasions and occupations?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdAZ79AhcfY
http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/3190955#ixzz35W2QnN38
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7fQaj31Wtko
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WgT9gy4zQA
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I’ve felt the same as a monkey… its like a trap to catch monkeys… you put a small hole in a coconut and tie it to a stake in the ground and fill with tasty rice. The monkeys will not let go of the rice and are easy to catch…seeing that the rice won’t come out of the coconut. You might be in a similar situation you need to let go and move on. or you will be caught like the monkey.

I wanted to be a master of all skills and I tried so hard in High school to pass the university stream… I broke down and was hurt when I only had a 61% average… I took off and worked for minimum wage in Jasper National Park as a chamber maid and laundry personnel and then came back the next year and went to summer school and passed everything except physics…I wanted to be a scientist inventor and I became obsessed with diploma exams for 12 years and I ended up on disability from my obsession with getting into the university of Alberta. Every year around test time I search for my calculator and I leave some room on my MasterCard and miss the deadline to apply to rewrite my exams.

I made it to an Augustana university college in Camrose Alberta , when they required a 60% average, and Started dating weird girls and screwed up my life, from my perspective. I went home after two years and went to work night shifts at a convenience store and later went on disability for not being able to let things go from my past.

I now live in Red Deer Alberta and I Fluther and Answerbag for fun and It is the center of my life… I am living on my own for the first time. I have radio and YouTube. I take frequent naps and showers/baths when ever I want to. I also drink name brand cola at will. I don’t smoke or drink alcohol ,tea or coffee. I am 197 cm tall and 272lbs.

I might end up being a writer, or a comedian. It gives me joy to teach and learn and share through writing and whimsy… My grammar is atrocious, and I still get their and there wrong. My mom thinks I would make a good judge in the future from all of the life experience I have.

I love Third and first editions of Advanced Dungeons and Dragons and I currently have none to play with.. I tried World of Warcraft and I don’t like being stuck and forced on to a regular path with no room for creativity.

I believe in psychic time travel and belief people can send messages from time to time, to their younger or older self.

I have spiritual gifts, and I can’t answer if I believe in God or not, I believe in the supernatural. I wanted to be a Roman Catholic priest but I don’t believe in celibacy and I want to be finically rich one day, and the oath of obedience won’t do. I might be tempted to be a educational trustee, or writer in the future.

I want to be super smart from psychology and super wise from philosophy and very charismatic from religion…. How can I get this power? So I can have fun playing again.

I am interested in raw ability, skills and power. I would like to have the freedom to obtain absolute control and power, over myself and have the freedom to be creative.

Answerbag http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/3082169#ixzz2q3rim9od
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZhjhHuMKqgs
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I am immortal human stuck in an ever expanding universe. reincarnating and time traveling though the life of an average Canadians body . Fascinated with magic and the infinity gauntlet to move on to the future.

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RikhardRavindraTanskanen's avatar RikhardRavindraTanskanen said

I understand, sir. There is no need to apologize. But I do hope for the best for myself.

1 month ago

RikhardRavindraTanskanen's avatar RikhardRavindraTanskanen said

Regarding your answer: I do apologize again, sir, for you being reluctant to read my question again – I don’t blame you. I didn’t mean to sound rude just now, for before with my third question – I wasn’t insulting you, I was apologizing for my mistake. I will try to write shorter questions next time, and to use spaces between paragraphs. When I read “Yahoo Answers” questions that are really long (I don’t use that site, nor answer questions on it – you need a mobile cellular telephone in order to have an account on that site, and, I presume, although I haven’t checked, to answer questions on that site, and besides, it is filled with Internet trolls), I do not like reading them either. Once again, I do apologize.

1 month ago

RikhardRavindraTanskanen's avatar RikhardRavindraTanskanen said

Regarding your answer: I thank you for trying to answer my question again, but it was not that. What I saw was traditional animation, not computer animation, and also, I saw this from the timeframe 2001–2003, while Planet 51 premiered in theatres in 2009 – unless you’re talking about an animated television series that it was based off, but I have never heard of such a series before, although I was never interested in looking up Planet 51 (although my Grade 8 were watching it back in 2010 during our mathematics exam, before the teacher turned it off since people weren’t working – While it is true that I did little work when the film was on, that was only because I have little knowledge of mathematics at that time, and therefore the work was hard, although I presume that would understand the mathematics now, due to me being older).

1 month ago

RikhardRavindraTanskanen's avatar RikhardRavindraTanskanen said

Regarding your answer: I thank you for trying to answer my question, sir, but it was not that. I have never read “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court” by Mark Twain (although I have heard of it for a few years and have read the Wikipedia article on it – although I can’t remember most of it), but I do not believe that the events of what I saw in the television show happened in the book, nor do I believe that I happened in any film or television adaptation, although I might be wrong.

1 month ago

RikhardRavindraTanskanen's avatar RikhardRavindraTanskanen said

—Regarding your answer thank you again, sir, for attempting to answer my question. And I do apologize for the fact that you were unwilling to answer my question – I don’t blame you, it being so long! Once again, I do apologize. But it wasn’t Stargate. The Stargate franchise (which I only heard of a few years ago, and I have watched, other than having a look at the beginning of the 1993 Stargate film and bits of some of Stargate Sg-1 episodes) is live-action – the Stargate film, Stargate SG-1, Stargate: Atlantis, and the recent Stargate series, those name I forgot), but what I saw was animated. I haven’t checked any Wikipedia articles for the Stargate franchise for a few years – in fact, I suspect that I have only checked one, the one about the aliens with human DNA who evolved into a humanoid state because of this), but I can’t remember hearing if there was an additional series or more, one that could possibly have been animated. As a side note, I now realise that the name of the recent show could be “Stargate: Universe”. Is it? Can you tell me please?

1 month ago