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    • jedi haiku (Last post by den385)
    • Quote: frograffitinsidecemberain okay, i got it, it's cool :) so, jedi haiku are not traditional haiku - I can live with that. ) in Japanese haiku got much closer to the Way because of the hieroglyphics. it was both visual and word poetry, in a way. sometimes, with beautiful illustrations. I seek the modern way to do the thing, a form for concentrated strikes of the Force through art.
    • Saw a dead baby today... (Last post by Akkarin)
    • Quote: The world's a shitty place right now - but it's hard to tell who caused what. The misery in Syria is unlikely caused by the US. It's probably more of an issue of Europe not having any balls. Does the EU honestly think it has a future without a common defense framework, a unified foreign policy and people who are actually in charge? Europe's inaction causes the major part of the problems in the region - the stream of refugees is the consequence of this. The US allowed the creation of IS: The Defence Intelligence Agency is an organisation which specialises in providing the US powers that be with military intelligence. In August 2012 this was included in one of their intelligence reports: "There is the possibility of establishing a declared or undeclared salifist principality [ultra-orthodox Sunni Muslim state] in Eastern Syria and this is exactly what the supporting powers of the opposition want in order to isolate the Syrian regime." Guess what? There is now a salifist principality operating in Eastern Syria which is at war with Assad's Syrian regime. The US saw the threat of IS and did nothing to prevent its rise. Read more. Maybe Europe shouldn't be taking in "loads" of refugees, but maybe people in Europe should get some perspective on exactly how many Syrian refugees have actually come here... *Hint* it is one refugee for every 1900 Europeans or less than 2% of the total number of Syrian refugees. Roughly 4,000,000 Syrian refugees are currently spread between the surrounding countries Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan. The countries of Europe should show some damned humanity this is hardly an "end of the world" scenario and at the cost of allowing in refugees we can actually prove our common decency towards others in a time of crisis. And while typing this David Cameron has changed his position due to mounting public pressure.
    • Never forget (Last post by RyuJin)
    • 2 brothers, all my grandparents, stepdad, all my childhood friends...
    • The Imperishable Gem (Last post by V-Tog)
    • "Every one of us is, in the cosmic perspective, precious. If a human disagrees with you, let him live. In a hundred billion galaxies, you will not find another." - Carl Sagan
    • Encouraging exceptional individuals to check us ou... (Last post by den385)
    • Business cards are interesting theme. Yet, in Russia there ain't much people who are that good in English and metaphors of Franchise are not much infused in our culture. So I'm planning a different way, personal art site which relates to the Way. If it fires up well, than maybe there'll be some point of translating totjo in Russian or whatever. Don't wanna be a missionary of any kind, I'm creating a site just to stop being so verbose on my wall and make something out of my poetry/drawing skills. Will advertise a little in few months, I hope.
    • Clothing: Boots (Last post by RyuJin)
    • so far mine seem to be pretty easy on the feet...i haven't had a chance to really put them through their paces since i recently had a back sprain, and sciatica and now bursitis in my hip....but they do feel good walking around, and even though they come up to the knees they are very flexible...
    • Current Weightloss (Last post by RyuJin)
    • correct again...of course the trick is to maintain that balance of anger and clarity...anger can be sneaky, if you're not careful it easily becomes blind rage
    • Light Saber/Universal Remote (Last post by Whyte Horse)
    • Quote: Have you looked into maybe using an arduino? They're smaller than a Pi and you can really customise it. I have one and I believe they can do PWM. They have a newer nano that is 0.73" x 1.70" which would work fine too. I moved away from arduinos because I hate writing code for the AVR micro-controller, uploading it to the arduino, running it, finding out it doesn't work, rewriting, etc. The raspberry pi lets you use any language and just kill a process, costs less, has way better hardware, includes ethernet port, hdmi video port, audio jack, 4 usb ports, camera interface, etc.
    • Rants far and wide (Last post by Goken)
    • Why do people always try to walk over the rope instead of just follow it to the exit? Everyday people trip over the ropes at work. The exit isn't that far folks, about ten feet from the spot most people try to go over. You would think that we wouldn't need a sign that says "Do not step over the ropes" as the ropes are, themselves, supposed to indicate "Do not walk across this spot. Follow to exit" but apparently we do.

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