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August 12th, 2003

(no subject) @ 12:17 pm

 
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From:djner
Date:August 12th, 2003 07:27 pm (UTC)

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Celtic music is much more than talking in the daed language of Gaelic. Did you know that there's dudes that still speak in Irish, which many of my songs are in or some I should say. Try this. switch your language in lj using <a href="http://www.livejournal.com/changelang.bml>This</a> link. Switch the language to Irish, weird weird crap man. But yeah there's much that is not boring stuff like that. Some of it you might not like, but some I am sure you haven't heard at all. Clients I'm saying mostly. I can't use one of the clients that talk to lots of different servers such as trillian. They tend to be very speach unfriendly meaning they don't work well with my screen reader. Its a bitch and a half. So, its very confusing when I have people talking to me on Aim and then on MSN. Oh how I'd give for trillian to be accessible to blind people. Not to be though. Doubt GAim is though I will have to check that out. Will be glad to have you as a listener, if you have winamp or windows media or something, you can listen for sure.
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From:rangoon
Date:August 12th, 2003 08:15 pm (UTC)

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When you uninstall Trillian, it gives you a form to vent and explain why you are removing it from your system. I, of course, pointed to the accessibility issues. I'm sure my comments got lost in the oblivion of the scrapheap, but it was a valient effort to try anyway. If you're an engineer, I don't think you will like fields like social work. The humanities don't have the same level of precision that engineering does, nor are they built heuristically on any definite axioms like physics and chemistry. If you want to help people, you're probably better off resorting to a more exact science like Dianetics. And if you're interested in an academic discussion of Atheism vs. Christianity, you might be interested in "Atheism Vs. Christianity, Where does the Evidence Point: The great Debate." I found it to be very engaging, even though it didn't bring me to any definite conclusion concerning the matter.
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From:lucid42day
Date:August 14th, 2003 09:12 am (UTC)

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Dianetics? LOL.

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From:djner
Date:August 14th, 2003 09:47 am (UTC)

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Wow, I actually went to that web page just now. That is kind of funny. Sorry sam, but no, not interested in dianetics :).
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From:rangoon
Date:August 19th, 2003 12:22 pm (UTC)

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Which web page did you go to? Both of them, or the one I cited, or the one Joe cited? If only one, how did you decide which one to read? J/C
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From:djner
Date:August 19th, 2003 12:41 pm (UTC)

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I went to the one that joe sited, not yours. I'll look at yours at some point today.
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From:rangoon
Date:August 19th, 2003 12:11 pm (UTC)

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It is clear to me that you obviously have not ever tried to apply the procedures of Dianetics, otherwise you would be aware that Dianetics works and that these sites are clearly intended for the purpose of attacking L. Ron Hubbard and the Church of Scientology. The author has obviously misunderstood the concepts of auditing and their purpose. Much of the imperical evidence sought by the author is provided in the book referenced in the link I provided in a previous post. You can rely on others for the truth and take their word for it, or you can find it out for yourself. The choice is yours.

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