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It seems like it was just yesterday that I came out of the womb and then went to high school and now  suddenly I'm 29. I still feel relatively young, and still look relatively young, like 20ish. I don't feel like there's any reason I should be getting old yet. However, what I dont get is all of my peers my age that I've known since they were young suddenly look really old, compared to me. They look like they're 35 or so. I don't do anything in particular to stay looking young or do any kind of beauty treatments. All I do is exercise, eat healthy, get 6 hours of sleep, have lots of sex, and refrain from highly irresponsible behavior like multiday drinking/drug binges and smoking. It shouldn't be that hard. Yet it seems like other people WANT to look old, and try to look old, as if looking old is in, and looking gross too. They are proud to have 'matured' into a gross man/woman on their way into the grave. On top of looking naturally old, the men grow gross facial hair and the women plaster their faces with so much ugly makeup they look like corporations or something. It's grossing me out. What is up with that? Is anyone else experiencing this? I'm dreading opening up the veritas pics thread and seeing what all of you starry eyed 14 year olds have morphed into in the last 14 years. I hope you aren't following down this morbid path.

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Main Hall / Re: Nightlife
« on: August 12, 2014, 12:58:13 PM »
Who hasn't had their fair share of "Sex, drugs, and rock n roll"? I used to be a huge raver and also trolled anywhere I could for sex. I was partaking 2-3 times per week. After 1,000 times, it starts to get boring. Now it only seems fun if I'm drunk/high/etc, which being such is not a huge part of my lifestyle. Otherwise, it seems like a waste of time. Like a game you play that doesn't save your progress and you play the same levels every time. I always feel like there is something I should be doing at home instead like building a company that could make me a billionaire. Then once I'm a billionaire, the doors would open to an entirely new form of nightlife that entertains me anew. Sometimes I get so caught up in business projects that I don't really go out for months. When dubstep got popular, I hated it and didn't go to a rave for nearly a year. Nowadays, I go to a rave about twice per month.

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Main Hall / Re: Medium/Heavy Caffeine Addiction :/
« on: August 10, 2014, 05:46:36 PM »
I recently went on a trip to South America for two weeks. Halfway through my trip, I ran out of energy drinks, and there were no energy drinks sold in the country. After that, I booked an Ayahuasca ceremony which included multiple days of preparation and various body cleansings including a complete cessation of caffeine, drugs, pills, vitamins, artificial foods, etc... everything. Then of course there was the ceremony itself ("the purge") in which I felt like I literally (almost) died due to a sudden low blood pressure (or high, I'm not sure), blacked out most of my visions, and suffered temporary catatonia (don't try this at home kids).

Since this ordeal, I am completely cured of my caffeine addiction. Whether this is the direct result of Ayahuasca and south american shamanism is inconclusive. It is equally likely to be due to all of the rigourous preparation I did, as well as the good sleep schedule I set during my vacation. Nevertheless, the result is the same: I am now not tempted to drink any caffeine at all, and have completely stopped taking sleeping pills as well. Occasionally I brew a small glass of green tea, but mostly because I like to sip on a hot beverage. Sometimes lately I forget even this and I drink literally 0mg in a day.
 
Now I am wondering: Should I really be as extreme as to take 0mg in a day? I have read articles and studies on the internet which linked a moderate caffeine consumption to a decreased risk of cancer, heart disease, etc. Is taking 0mg actually dangerous and should I try to aim for that cup of tea in the morning or what?

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Psionics / Re: Optimizing productivity
« on: August 04, 2014, 10:30:01 PM »
Flouride is a toxin that causes calcification in the Pineal gland and inhibits DMT production. Both of these have a direct relationship with human consciousness and our visionary capabilities.

Some of the best advices for productivity involve controlling your diet.

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Psionics being difficult is necessary to maintain the model of the world we live in. Imagine what the world would be like if psionics were easy.

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Main Hall / Re: Why am i so tired?
« on: May 29, 2012, 10:11:33 PM »
I have kissed hundreds of people and never gotten mono or herpes (I have recent blood tests). Am I immune?

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Main Hall / Re: Why am i so tired?
« on: May 28, 2012, 11:01:16 PM »
Many things in your diet can cause this to happen to you. I recently started cutting back on wheat, dairy, red meat, and refined sugar, and eating 3 times as much fruit. Now I feel like a whole new person.

Another culprit is allergens. Check your environment for mold and read reports on the seasonal allergens in your area. I flunked my first year of college because I lived in a dormitory with mold. After moving somewhere else, I resumed getting straight As.

I doubt it has to do with psionics.

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Main Hall / Re: Dentists are scary :/
« on: May 28, 2012, 10:35:05 PM »
There's nothing to be afraid of while going to the dentist. They are licensed professionals who should know what they're doing.
WRONG.

Choosing the right dentist is everything. Choose the wrong dentist and they may:
-Put mercury in your mouth, which will put toxins in your body and cause your tooth to eventually rot.
-Miss areas of decay when doing fillings.
-Do unnecessary damage to healthy tooth structure with the drill.
-Not numb you properly and traumatize you with a torture session with the drill, making you never want to go to a dentist again.
-Prescribe unnecessary root canals, which means ripping out your nerves and blood vessels and leaving a dead tooth in your body which will eventually get infected and start causing frequent infections and autoimmune diseases 10 years later.

I recently went to a dentist and walked out with a $16K treatment plan to perform 5 root canals and 13 crowns. I had NO PAIN. I knew something was wrong here. After visiting 5 dentists for their opinions, I finally found a laser dentist who could fix all of my decay with NO root canals and a few crowns.

Before I found the laser dentist, I actually had one of the root canals done, and it was the worst thing ever. It took 4 appointments just to do the root canal (not including the core buildup or crown). On the second appointment, the dentist couldn't find one of my canals, and kept jabbing a 2-inch drill into my gum trying to find a canal. The root canal failed and I had to be referred out. I felt like I had been stabbed with a knife and a sped out of the dentist to find the nearest pharmacy to fill my Vicodin prescription. The last two appointments were performed by a private endodontic specialist who charged $1200 to re-do the procedure. After the 4th appointment, I got a nasty infection around the tooth and had to take antibiotics for 10 days while feeling like I'd been punched in the jaw.

NEVER get a root canal unless your tooth is throbbing with consistent pain, and even in that case you may want to consider just getting the tooth extracted instead of root canaled... If a dentist tells you that you need a root canal because on xrays "decay looks like it's close to the nerve", but you don't have any pain, DONT BUY IT. ITS A SCAM. Go to a laser dentst. They can burn and disinfect the exposed area with a laser and fix your tooth without doing a root canal.

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Main Hall / Re: Medium/Heavy Caffeine Addiction :/
« on: October 01, 2011, 08:48:19 PM »
So I'm down to 180mg/day now. 100mg is embedded in my daily multivitamin (GNC Mega Men Energy & Metabolism), and the other 80mg is a 5-hour-energy I drink before my workouts. I've been very happy at this level. Is there a need to further reduce?

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Psionics / Re: Telekinesis...useless?
« on: August 08, 2011, 11:40:40 AM »
So basically a graphic designer and programmer hybrid who uses a prestigious title to sound important?
Actually I wasn't trying to sound important. What I'm trying to say is that due to my occupation, I am forced to use mostly Java rather than other programming languages. Most companies that are hiring now are looking for Java-related skill-sets. Many web architectures use some form of Java. The Google Web Toolkit uses Java. The DoD is converting many of its systems to Java. Most web services / APIs being built to interact with other web services are programmed using Java. Comared to Java, the web presence of C++ is extremely small.

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Psionics / Re: Telekinesis...useless?
« on: August 05, 2011, 01:22:52 PM »
I am a web engineer.

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Psionics / Re: Telekinesis...useless?
« on: August 05, 2011, 10:47:36 AM »
Iterator<Accomplishment> iter = kobok.getAccomplishments().iterator();
[offtopic]
Please tell me you're not programming in Java... :P
[/offtopic]

I am, and when kobok mentioned "iterating" his accomplishments, this is the first thing that came to mind.

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Psionics / Re: Telekinesis...useless?
« on: August 04, 2011, 07:55:01 PM »
I don't engage in iterating my accomplishments

kobok I would appreciate it if you would please engage in iterating your accomplishments. Thank you.

kobok.engage();
Iterator<Accomplishment> iter = kobok.getAccomplishments().iterator();
while(iter.hasNext()) {
    Accomplishment accomplishment = iter.next();
    veritas.post(accomplishment);
}

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The Cafeteria / Re: Most unnerving "Psychology Test"
« on: July 31, 2011, 04:28:51 PM »
These questions didn't make any sense to me. I had to completely guess at every one - like eni meni mini mo. The results were very accurate though...

You have a poetic sensibility and an ability to see beyond the day to day. You often seem to be living in a higher realm, or to be not-of-this-earth. Occasionally you imagine interior lives for friends and associates that are near-complete fabrications based on your fears or hopes for the future. You are often not aware of your own feelings. You have a strong sense of right and wrong, and because of this are often disappointed. Despite what can sometimes be a destructive inward-turning anger, you are very gentle. You are sometimes a bit out of touch with the ebb and flow of modern life. If your behavior is out of synch with your moral values, a severe psychic disturbance can result. Because connectivity is so important to you, you can become quiet and sulky if you feel that others around do not understand your point of view.

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Main Hall / Re: Question about that chinise symbol on the site
« on: July 20, 2011, 12:32:46 AM »
Here's more!













Sometimes I get confused about kobok too:





http://www.kobok.com/

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