Date of publication: 2017-07-09 02:20
once apon a time there was a man named Geoff. Geoff was a very kind man and always said hello to the children on his street and in the park. then one day he had a brilliant idea! he decided to give the children treats like chocolate and peanut butter. he even invited them into his van with the temptation of puppies. after weeks and weeks of doing this a near by nuclear reactor exploded and he got cancer and died and the children lived happily ever after as mutated freaks outcast by all.
There are so many points of falling into the LIL category that I admit I thrive on and fully enjoy. Let 8767 s face, life has always been easier when there really so few that can out-think you. I fully enjoyed many of the previous writers points and can 8767 t help but smile as I reflect upon many of my own similar past experiences.
Hi Poebes, They 8767 ve been on hold for a while as i finish another LLI related website I 8767 m about to launch but I will get round to them. I figured that it 8767 s one of the least important spaces on here because people with low latent inhibition will know what their pros and cons are, given that are very personal and differ for each individual. I 8767 ve got a list of some generic ones to post up on here but it 8767 s really hard to say what the pros and cons truly are, as every time i speak to someone with low latent inhibition they have completely different and unique pros and cons from others. I 8767 ll work to get them up shortly as I 8767 ve nearly got the other site launched.
What a pleasant surprise it is to come across this site and realize there are others out there. I guess though the idea of anything falling under the definition of pro and con is moot really and subject to change depending on how and when you choose to perceive it. I do however agree absolutely with Janet in her comments reflecting the medical profession 8767 s obsession with defining what are mostly normal human behaviors as conditions that should be dulled through medications.
I write about all sorts of things but ever since I completely got rid of my constant neck pain by finding the perfect pillow, I 8767 ve started to learn as much as I can about sleep quality and sleep disorders.
SOME OF THE DEEPER THINGS I 8767 M DISCOVERING IN THE KYBALION ARE THINGS THAT I 8767 VE BEEN DISCOVERING MYSELF IN MY OWN UNDERSTANDING OF 8766 LIFE 8767 !!
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Anyhow I heard briefly (no details mentioned beyond the frame of this comment were mentioned though naturally me being me I can make a few humble predictions) that you 8767 ve been going through some difficulties.
Thank you for an excellent piece! I wrote the first draft of my book THE GONDOLA MAKER in the past tense, as a third-person omniscient narrator. Somehow it didn 8767 t feel right, even for a work set in 66th-century Venice. In revising my second draft, it took a great leap of faith to reset everything in the first person and in the present tense (not to mention in the voice of a man!). In the end that voice seemed right for the story. I think you have to trust your instincts when it comes to choosing tense, but it is not always a straightforward choice. I struggled with not being able to reveal pieces of the plot that the protagonist wouldn 8767 t have known. An interesting writerly challenge! Laura Morelli
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Due to digital learning in Schools and different educational institutions, the students are taking advantage of it like browsing unusual website as well as accessing unrelated apps while studying, which really a big disadvantage of using smartphones in schools.
Reports show that with the yearly fuel consumption of today’s nuclear power plants, we have enough uranium for 85 years. It is possible to fuel nuclear power plants with other fuel types than uranium. Thorium, which also is a greener alternative, has lately been given an increased amount of attention. China, Russia and India have already plans to start using thorium to fuel their reactors in the near future.
I’m very grateful to the small publisher that took a chance on my story. These home-grown companies use their own finances to publish books. If the books don’t sell, they lose money.
It says By David Jauss right there after the first graph (I try to put 8775 guest column 8776 in the link at the very top, but sometimes I miss it. I fixed. Thought I COMPLETELY grabbed the wrong book to plug, and that is on me. It 8767 s fixed now.