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Was talljasperman but I don’t live in Jasper national park anymore so I get a new name.

This sorta explains my time travel 10 dimensions YouTube video 11 minutes long

I found this series Faster Than Light ep02: Tachyons and Time Travel

Don’t be offended if I don’t take your advice right away. I have problems reading Wall-o-text answers from my medication. I ask questions over and over because I’m searching for a better answer. I have a high school diploma.

It is taking a long time to get over my teen-age angst.

My favorite Pokémon is PsyDuck

Don’t hurt me!! I stay safe in my apartment like the PsyDuck in his pokeball.

My picture is of a PsyDuck with a headache. It wouldn’t stay still so I could not take a good picture.

my stats from What Kind of D&D Character Would You Be?

You Are A

Neutral Good Human Sorcerer (10th Level)

Ability Scores:
Strength- 9
Dexterity- 15
Constitution- 12
Intelligence- 13
Wisdom- 18
Charisma- 11
Everyone is a genius
But if you judge a fish on it’s ability to climb a tree
It will live it’s whole life believing it is stupid

I would rather have questions that can’t be answered than answers that can’t be questioned.”
― Richard Feynman

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“You are not lost if you don’t care where you are going” – Unknown

The beatings will continue until morale improves.- unknown Describes my school experience.

for fun 8 second YouTube video.

funny YouTube video

Robert Reich

In politics stupidity is not a handicap. Napoleon Bonaparte

I am curious about spiritual gifts. Mainly Visons. I have had them ever since I was 4. Bible quotes are as follows
Romans 12: 6–8
Corinthians 12: 8–10
Corinthians12: 28
Ephesians 4:11
Peter 4: 11
I would have liked this device for my childhood.

The brain and the heart are discussing who is in charge. The brain said that If he goes then the body dies. The heart said the same. Then the rectum said that he has all the power. The brain and the heart laughed at him and said you can’t kill the body. The rectum said no but If I close myself then the body will get full of shit and I can keep it up until you both surrender to me. Moral of the story is that the asshole has the greatest power in an organization.

My career search flavor of the week is Industrial-Organizational Psychologist master degree at Adler School of Professional Psychology

My interest is now on faster than light computing with tachyonic particles. For fun

Need 8 liters of milk, a 2–4 pack of aaa and aa batteries for remotes, need fruit and pop.

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I learned how to knit from a book with pictures. That was way before You-tube was invented. I imagine you find a video online.

3 days ago

Yellowdog's avatar Yellowdog said

Thanks for your answer about Gary Gygax, the inventor of Dungeons and Dragons, in the Great Man Theory question. Roleplaying games really added a dimension to my life I was badly needing in my college- and post-college years. I played, ran, and combined many roleplaying games in my campaigns, but it all started with Dungeons and Dragons, which someone introduced me to when I was just 15 years old.

Sometime In my early 30s, time and fatigue won and I sorta gave them up, But those games, and preparing them, really can color and enrich one’s world and perspective. They help one think and perceive like an artist, writer, or adventurer. They help in seeing things and patterns in buildings, architecture, and literature—my entire college education was influenced by the games.

3 weeks ago


I think it might be that I have very little clue about how (or if) other people think. I never notice things like fashion or looks, so it doesn’t bother me.
I also believe in the Golden Rule in everything I do. I am not religious, but rather a situational moralist. And, yes, being smart means I can see a lot more ways to resolve issues than most people.
There are very few people like me, but I did meet a lot of them in Mensa. Right now, I have zero friends outside of the internet, but my family is all I need.

August 19th, 2018


Each chapter is different, depending on the members. I was very happy with the group in Santa Barbara where I first joined, and my move to San Diego was even better because the group was bigger and there were a lot more activities.
Mensa is a volunteer organization, so activities depend entirely on the members. The best advice is, if you want an activity, volunteer to do it.
I have become an inactive member, reading the monthly publication is the extent of my participation.
In past years, I was very active, attending events on a weekly basis, and travelling all around the country to major events.
Mr former husband and I both joined together, and after we were divorced, I met my current husband in the group. We married at a Mensa event 43 years ago.
If you don’t enjoy your local group, there are still many groups that are available online.

August 17th, 2018

ARE_you_kidding_me's avatar ARE_you_kidding_me said

I think Yarnlady would be a good resource.

August 17th, 2018