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Comment on Top 10 Copycat cars by Dennis Resurreccion

Wed, 02 Aug 2017 03:55:27 +0000

Automotive mass production started with Ford. They did not have to copy that from Europe. The biggest names in the IT industry, like IBM, Oracle, and Apple started out in the US. It just so happens that Americans are Europeans who migrated to the American continent. Americans are Caucasians, unlike the original inhabitants of the continent.

Comment on Age 10 to 60 – through Make-up & Photography by Lynn M. Perkins

Mon, 26 Dec 2016 13:14:54 +0000

Looking so pretty!! Perfect, I love these makeup photography! :)

Comment on Pinocchio Paradox by Anonymous

Thu, 04 Aug 2016 03:52:51 +0000

Either way his nose grows

Comment on Pinocchio Paradox by Taylor

Wed, 25 May 2016 11:44:10 +0000

That looks like a paradox, but it isn't. The assertion is so vague that it is true even if Pinocchio's nose doesn't grow immediately. Even if he says: "My nose will grow immediately" that's a vague assertion, when does "immediately" start and end as a time lapse? If he is more specific and states: "My nose will grow in the next five minutes" then the nose can make a suspension of disbelief, if he tells a lie in those five minutes then the nose will grow and the first assertion will be true, if he doesn't then the first assertion will be proved as false and if falsehood is considered as a lie then the nose will grow after the five minutes. Everything that is false is a lie? That depends on some definitions, but if Pinocchio says something that is false and a mistake then the nose may (or may not) consider that Pinocchio is implicitly stating to be sure about something that he is not sure and actually wrong, hence a lie. That may be a question for Geppetto. Nothing is true or false until it is. If Pinocchio succeeds in creating a paradox (either the liar's paradox or some other paradox) then the nose will not react to that. A paradox is something that cannot be true and cannot be false and the nose grows on falsehood, right?

Comment on Donn won Braun by Nami Lyon

Wed, 18 May 2016 17:14:12 +0000

Is this available in USA? Cost?

Comment on Toy-a-Day by Blen

Sat, 14 May 2016 17:10:22 +0000

Hello,I would like to have the pdf to make the toys in a special class but i doña find they . Do you have some ? Or were can I find They? Sorry for my english and thaks very much

Comment on Pinocchio Paradox by Bassem

Tue, 03 May 2016 09:51:15 +0000

removing the word "now" solves the paradox.

Comment on Top 10 Copycat cars by Anonymous

Mon, 02 May 2016 11:31:08 +0000

More powerfull?? hahahah, european brands have cars with 2.0 liters, 4 cilinders and 360hp. Our 4 liters have 600hp and over. Grow up.

Comment on Top 10 Copycat cars by Anonymous

Mon, 02 May 2016 11:26:57 +0000

You got to be kidding, right? So why in US is symbol of status to have Bimmers, Mercs, Ferraris, Porsche, Maseratis, Rolls Royce, Bentleys and so on? Any sport car made by any of the above brands beats any of the ones mentioned by you. And you can pick the type of beating: track, road, handling, safety, etc, etc, etc.

Comment on Pinocchio Paradox by Anonymous

Tue, 29 Mar 2016 14:43:53 +0000

His nose would grow as he verbally lies before the physical truth can happen, the two actions don't happen simultaneously.