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Controversy doesn't have to be controversial at all.

By: KoritheMan , 5:12 AM GMT on April 11, 2014

Interesting as it may be to spark controversy, objectively there should be no reason that any subject should be controversial. People just make it that way.

I know it'll always be this way, but it just seems so easy to stay relaxed and not be controversial. *sigh* I just don't get it.

I realize this is a simplistic view, but simplicity doesn't diminish the effectiveness of my point.

Discuss? Or don't. I'm sure I'd get over it.


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25. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
3:54 AM GMT on May 05, 2014
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24. BaltimoreBrian
5:10 AM GMT on April 12, 2014
Sorry I can't, I'm real tired and heading for bed.
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23. Astrometeor
5:05 AM GMT on April 12, 2014
Quoting 22. BaltimoreBrian:
Yeah but I brought a cake :)


Chat?
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22. BaltimoreBrian
5:04 AM GMT on April 12, 2014
Yeah but I brought a cake :)
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21. Astrometeor
5:03 AM GMT on April 12, 2014
Quoting 20. BaltimoreBrian:


Brian, you are two minutes too late. Get on Cody's level.
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20. BaltimoreBrian
5:01 AM GMT on April 12, 2014
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19. TropicalAnalystwx13
4:59 AM GMT on April 12, 2014
Wishing you a happy birthday at 11:59 CT because why not?

Happy birthday!
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18. BaltimoreBrian
3:49 AM GMT on April 12, 2014
Getting rid of controversy doesn't sound utopian to me!

Actually the word Utopia is something of a misnomer. Thomas Moore created the term Utopia in Greek as a neologism. Eutopia, which was talked about in descriptions of ideal societies from Plato onwards (and probably before Plato) means good place.

Utopia means no place

Eu in Greek means good. Euthanasia (good death) Eugene (good genes)
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17. Astrometeor
3:44 AM GMT on April 12, 2014
Controversial: giving rise or likely to give rise to public disagreement.-Google.

If controversy didn't exist...then society wouldn't function as well. Also, I dare say that getting rid of controversy is an utopian ideal that is impossible to achieve.
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16. BaltimoreBrian
3:00 AM GMT on April 12, 2014
I'm sorry Ylee you are not correct.


11/17 = 143/221
9/13 = 153/221

For a total of 296/221 or 1 & 75/221
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15. Ylee
11:46 AM GMT on April 11, 2014
11/17+9/13=

143/221+ 133/221=

276/221= 1 55/221

Sorry, Kori.

If a subject wasn't controversial in the least, would it still be worthy of discussion?
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14. KoritheMan
6:17 AM GMT on April 11, 2014
Quoting 12. BaltimoreBrian:
11/17 added to 9/13
186/51. This one stumped me for a minute. :P
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13. BaltimoreBrian
6:04 AM GMT on April 11, 2014
right click to expand

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12. BaltimoreBrian
5:54 AM GMT on April 11, 2014
11/17 added to 9/13
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11. BaltimoreBrian
5:52 AM GMT on April 11, 2014
How many lives has Trent gone through yet Kori?
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10. Skyepony (Mod)
5:52 AM GMT on April 11, 2014
Looks right to me..
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9. Skyepony (Mod)
5:50 AM GMT on April 11, 2014
I know.. these were just starting to look too easy for you was all.. but then again.. like Brian says.. still waiting on the answer to the second problem..
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8. KoritheMan
5:50 AM GMT on April 11, 2014

Quoting 4. BaltimoreBrian:
1/8 added to 2/3
19/24.

Sorry, me and Trent are doing some FB talking.
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7. BaltimoreBrian
5:44 AM GMT on April 11, 2014
We're waiting for the solution to the second problem, Kori :)
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6. KoritheMan
5:43 AM GMT on April 11, 2014

Quoting 5. Skyepony:
This is 5th grade math in the state of FL.. Give him something harder:)
Given my background I wasn't educated in mathematics very much. My aunt was a horrible teacher.

I've just gotten to the point where I can actually do this without much effort. Took awhile, though.
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5. Skyepony (Mod)
5:40 AM GMT on April 11, 2014
This is 5th grade math in the state of FL.. Give him something harder:)
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4. BaltimoreBrian
5:28 AM GMT on April 11, 2014
1/8 added to 2/3
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3. BaltimoreBrian
5:27 AM GMT on April 11, 2014
You are correct!
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2. KoritheMan
5:26 AM GMT on April 11, 2014

Quoting 1. BaltimoreBrian:
What does 1/4 added to 2/3 equal? Want to go through this together?
I'm getting 11/12, but I'm not sure if that's right?
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1. BaltimoreBrian
5:21 AM GMT on April 11, 2014
What does 1/4 added to 2/3 equal? Want to go through this together?
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