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    13 year-old model or not, NYT used a bad photo for the story.

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    Default Re: Save the imaginary children?

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    When I read your post I suddenly feel like I am so far away from being crazy.
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    It's festivals days like these on which I really try really hard to make up for not partying in college.
    yeah, because who needs free flowing drugs and alcohol fueling adventorous sex with taut, lithe young bodies when you could wander around a dying town in the freezing cold with a can of asahi super dry in your hand while some toothless old farmer shouts at you.

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    That's fucking ridiculous.
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    But what if we reverse the polarity of the quantum string theory? According to uncertainty principle there are infinite worlds out there, so it stands to reason schrodinger's cat is alive in one of them.


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    U da real mvp.

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    Default Re: Save the imaginary children?

    WTF? What the hell is wrong with people!?
    Numbers and colors are my bread and butter

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    Default Re: Save the imaginary children?

    Pants-on-head retarded.

    Unfortunately, it sounds like there was a little retardation on his part as well - these days, you never, ever, show the faces of young school kids on the internet (if you're from the USA, UK, etc, anyway). Hell, most school websites blur out their own kids. If he'd done that, he'd probably be in a lot less trouble.

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