Discussion in 'Star Wars Community' started by A Chorus of Disapproval, Jun 13, 2013.
love that one, AV!
How goes it?
oops...sorry for the fly by but I gotta run for a bit...should be back later
I'm doing really well, thank you. How are you?
Glad to hear it...things have been really busy work-wise but I'm surviving Be back later tonight prob...
More work to do?
ahh, great to be British,
apparently us wise Brits have contributed over 40% of the worlds discoveries and inventions in the last 50 years alone,
and then you get:
"Thomas Edison invented the lightbulb"
poor Joseph Swan must be spinning in his grave..
what about him?
Edison stole his ideas.
so the quote should be
"genius is 1 per cent perspiration 99 per cent stealing inspiration?"
It should be "Thomas Edison is a meanie face"
he invented the electric chair,
Tesla just didn't hold patents. Edison took the unpatented ideas, and I think some of the patents were messed with during the War of the Currents.
Tesla's better looking too. Plus 10 points.
if there was one historical person i'd like to meet (besides Jesus obviously, but I don't consider him a human per say, but that's a total different theological discussion) it's him
A great choice. I would probably choose a philosopher or something (haven't decided...) but I would like to meet him as well.
if I could meet any philosopher it would be someone like St Augustine or John Locke
Justin Martyr or no one for me.
As far as dead philosophers I'd want to meet one who's ideas were not recorded or were lost. So I don't know who.
Frank: so you mean me? although i'm not dead
one of my philosophy books (I have a handful) says we're ALL philosophers, if we have the ability to think and wonder about the world around us, we are a philosopher
Myke: forgive my ignorance, but I don't know who that is
Google is a pathway to answers many would consider to be unnatural...
I don't do that
might see a trigger term..for all I know he is what is the opposite of a Christian
rather not get in the bath and wash my eyes
your sarcasm is truly noted though.