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    _B-L-U-E_ Betazep's Avatar
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    Oh... and DA...

    That would be terribly funny.
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    >>And also guys stop maturing at 14 unless there gay or something

    All for "Stupidest comment of the year"? ::jumps back in front at all of they "aye!" being shouted::

    >>Ahhhh... the spectacular wisdom of a 15 year old! I am 27 and still maturing. Don't know what you are talking about. With years comes wisdom (in some form or another)... period. <<

    So then you're saying you're gay? I knew it!

    >>That would be terribly funny.

    Yes it would...

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    y'know of all the people you'd wonder about, i really wonder where you're gonna be in 5 years ken... just, the character like yours brings attention... hmm... is that everclear in your sig? i recognize the lyrics [and like the song] but forget who it's exactly by.

    terribly funny... yes...
    hasafraggin shizigishin oppashigger...

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    Yup, that's everclear...

    and in 5 years? Probably at UF. Care to visit?

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    Originally posted by gamegod3001
    >You said that before - what the hell are you talking about?

    IF you are a guy you no longer mature after the age of 14. If you do then you are gay or something. (nothing against gays)

    Oh yeah threre are 2 bugs in the standard "hello world"
    Oh sorry I forgot you had a degree in Pyschology. GameGod, you moron, that is a total load of bs.

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    >>>OH, yea my thery is bessed on people from school, and others arund me.


    Your theory... how can you even have a theory? You aren't even an adult yet. You live at home. You haven't travelled the world by yourself. You aren't even old enough for legal employment. You haven't been in a bar. You haven't had sex. You haven't been to war... you haven't done many things that seasons people into somber maturity. (some of these things you may have done... but you get my point)

    Only a great fool doesn't see that the future holds more wisdom for him.

    You ever hear the one about the teenager that thought he knew everything....

    Big suprise. They nearly all do. Then they become adults and realize that they really know very little.
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    I don't really want to get into this but I believe that the majority of your personality (which is being mistaken as maturity) is developed by the time you are about four years old. No doubt this is due to statistical proportions. However, I'm going to agree with Betazep that experience has a great deal to do with "real maturity" and at 15 there's just not a great deal of experience gained for most people. You constantly "mature" with time (at least you should) as your outlook on life changes with new experiences.
    If a tree falls in the forest, and no one is around to see it, do the other trees make fun of it?

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    > majority of your personality (which is being mistaken as maturity) is developed by the time you are about four years old.

    I think that should be taken ona case-by-case basis. I know my personality's not the same as when I was 4... Hell, it's not even close to how I was when I was 14.

    > anyways isn't this thread dead.

    I kinda hoped so....

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    I belive, that by around the age of 14-15 most men have developed how they are going to act, for the rest of there lives, unles they are forced not to act like it any more, by an outside force, for example GF/Wife telling you not to, a job, or other.
    Bzzzt - wrong. What says that other outside influences besides force change attitudes or the way people act? People change all the time - deal with it.

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    Ok... I can believe that. (but what does being gay have anything to do with it?)

    You put yourself in this hole dude.

    I am not against you. I have always supported you when someone makes fun of your spelling or whatever.

    I think you are a pretty smart guy... but saying things like that is mean and just not true.
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    It was around 15 when i stumbled on this life changing piece of logic out of the clear blue sky. I realized that no matter what i thought and how strongly i believed it, i would likely change my opinion at some point From that time on i became a little slower to judge, a little slower to deride others for their own thoughts, and a lot more open to change. I doubt there will ever be a point in your life where you can look back a couple of years and say "If I could go back, knowing what i know now, I would do exactly what I did then."
    "There's always another way"
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    Someone correct me if I am wrong, but wasn't the original "Hello World" program the one published in K&R? It's the oldest "Hello World" I can find in a book (not that I've looked very hard) :)

    Code:
    #include <stdio.h>
    
    main()
    
    {
    
     printf("hello, world\n");
    
    }
    There it is, verbatim. I suppose one could argue that if there is a bug in the program, its the fact that main() isn't declared to return int (which wasn't a no-no back in 1978). However, I'll give the authors the benefit of the doubt ;)
    Jason Deckard

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    >>People that are guy (you meant gay, right?) tend to be more in touch with there femine side, and as a result continue to improve the behavor with out oustside interference. <<

    Really, this is a load...And I'm sure not all gay guys are "in touch with their femenine side"

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