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What do you have to offer?

Everyone (almost everyone) has something good and positive about them that they can offer society/people around them. Creativity, a positive outlook, helpfulness, etc. What's yours?

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23Mine is...
4I don't have anything to offer
4I don't know
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JessicaWoman99 Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 28-Jul-2007 8:02pm  
I can do volunteer work and I can be there for somebody if they want to talk with me, I have these Yahoo Groups:

this one is a bible study http://groups.yahoo.com/group/christiansbiblestudi...

This one has to do with hate in society Hated for Who you Are: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/hatedforwhoyouare/

A womens group: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/womenforgod/

Plus I own more Yahoo Groups like Suicide Prevention
CarlHalling
posted 28-Jul-2007 8:44pm  
Faith. Creativity, talent (acting/singing/songwriting/writing), imagination.
llamamama
posted 28-Jul-2007 8:59pm  
Currently I feel as if I'm good at nothing and have nothing to offer.
When I'm feeling better about myself, I can make others happy.
Otter
posted 28-Jul-2007 9:04pm  
Experience, humor, friendship
southernyankee
posted 28-Jul-2007 10:10pm  
Sarcasm. One of the many services I offer.
RGirl
posted 28-Jul-2007 10:50pm  
Care of animals, support of family and loved ones. I might be able to say creativity if I didn't hide it.
Cleo
posted 28-Jul-2007 11:13pm  
I have nothing to offer good...... I'm just plain evil. *evil laughter
moonstone
posted 28-Jul-2007 11:18pm  
Well right now my main focus is raising my kids and making a warm, loving, and nurturing home for my family. I guess by doing that I can send my kids into this f&*#ed up world with some sort of balance...or something.

Other than that I can offer you a cup of tea, something to eat?

Richard47
posted 28-Jul-2007 11:45pm  
IMMORTALITY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I



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mrmarm
posted 28-Jul-2007 11:47pm  
Boyish long wavey brown hair.
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 29-Jul-2007 12:28am  
Cool. How would I get it and how much would you charge for your service. Would it be an hourly fee for every hour worth of life extension.
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 29-Jul-2007 12:33am  
That's just my part time job, Snake...you know, a little money under the table. A little immortality here, and there. Just to make ends meet...pay the rent. Sometimes the heat is busted where I live. They keep it too hot here.
cabinfever
posted 29-Jul-2007 12:55am  
Not much... sometimes I'm creative... and I have a really cute kid.
Don't like surveys like this... reminds me of my shortcomings.
cabinfever
(reply to llamamama) posted 29-Jul-2007 12:56am  
You are much too young to feel that way, Llama... but I can empathize.
Liss
posted 29-Jul-2007 5:05am  
I dunno.
qdawg_07
posted 29-Jul-2007 5:28am  
i have many things to offer like im poor but ill still give to others like for a aporation or there homeless illcare about any1 i can ill see a guy scrape his knee ill go help or if a guy is in a 1 on 2 fight ill jump in to help the 1
bill Survey Central Gold Subscriber Silver Star Survey Creator
posted 29-Jul-2007 9:08am  
I am sometimes funny. I'm usually not obnoxous.
LoriJanine
posted 29-Jul-2007 10:48am  
I'm a helpful person. When I see people that need help and I can, I help them, no matter how insignificant it seems. I try to be very considerate of other people. I'm pretty understanding and forgiving.
Sparky5115
posted 29-Jul-2007 10:59am  
Caring for injured, abandoned, unwanted and abused animals.
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 29-Jul-2007 11:04am  
Would that be actual immorality or would that be just an indefinite life span. The technical term is "indefinite life span" actually, if you can die from other things that aren't old age illnesses. Anyway, would that be a fixed one time fee or would it be a continuous fee.
llamamama
(reply to cabinfever) posted 29-Jul-2007 12:06pm  
Not with my friend I'm not, but thanks.
cabinfever
(reply to llamamama) posted 29-Jul-2007 1:10pm  
What do you mean? You can PM me, remember. But is a friend of yours giving you a hard time lately?
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
posted 29-Jul-2007 1:38pm  
I'm enthusiastic and caring. I also have expertise in a specific area and the desire to teach people about it.
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 29-Jul-2007 1:57pm  
Now, if I granted you an 'indefinite life span' and you died from TB one month later, you may be able to take me to court under the Lemon Law. Needless to say ,that would certainly hinder my reputation in the business, don't you think? No, I grant IMMORTALITY (though that COULD include 'immorality, too, Snake. Who am I to judge what you do with it? wink )
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 29-Jul-2007 2:10pm  
Now, if I granted you an 'indefinite life span' and you died from TB one month later, you may be able to take me to court under the Lemon Law.

Well, my family and friends would. Actually, that would depend on whether or not you offered protection from TB in the first place. Indefinate life-span would still hold me liable for my own stupid mistakes, eg, running a red light, trying to punch someone who was armed with a gun, etc.


No, I grant IMMORTALITY (though that COULD include 'immorality, too, Snake. Who am I to judge what you do with it? wink )

But then what if I changed my mind and wanted to kill myself. IMMORTALITY would preclude that option. Or what if I killed someone else and it resulted in the death penalty. The prosecutors might change their minds and put me behind bars for the rest of eternity instead of what a "life sentence normally" normally entails, 25 years; or if not I would have to defy the laws of physics to not get killed in a execution.

Then also, what happens when the sun turns into a red giant 5 billion years from today and I am still alive and immortal. Would I burn alive on earth for whatever time the sun engulfs the earth.

On the plus side, it would be cool to see what happens to the interest rates. If I put my money in a bank account that pays interest and the interest rates beat inflation, and keep all my old change under the mattress, they will gain historic value; I'd be filthy rich AND immortal.

As for morality, cheating death, using up more of the earth's natural resources than my share, wouldn't that already be immoral in of itself.
cloudhugger Survey Central Subscriber
posted 29-Jul-2007 2:16pm  
Now...there's me and the internet me that does not translate well. I help people, some people really like me.
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 29-Jul-2007 2:41pm  
Actually, that would depend on whether or not you offered protection from TB in the first place. (No, it wouldn't be covered. TB could come under the classification of a 'a Natural Disaster', ...for an added premium, you could get additional coverage against TB and other diseases that are normally killers. I have to make a buck, (or the equivalent) too.

The prosecutors might change their minds and put me behind bars for the rest of eternity instead of what a "life sentence normally" normally entails, 25 : You'd have to be clever enough to escape. They couldn't kill you, no matter how hard that tried. That would be MY personal . guaranteeI didn't say that I was granting eguarante endless wisdom.
Then also, what happens when the sun turns into a red giant 5 billion years from today and I am still alive and immortal: No you had to stay on Earth
On the plus side, it would be cool to see what happens to the interest rates: Definitely, a perk....given the fact that there would still be banks or money.

As for morality, cheating death, using up more of the earth's natural resources than my share, wouldn't that already be immoral in of itself: I would have no control over your actions, whatever you decide to do.
Now, my friends, doesn't it sound tempting?
Oh, one smaller matter, I never said that the price would be paid in with cash or credit..................100%. (Finer print)
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 29-Jul-2007 6:09pm  
TB could come under the classification of a 'a Natural Disaster', ...for an added premium, you could get additional coverage against TB and other diseases that are normally killers. I have to make a buck, (or the equivalent) too.

I prefer actual protection than just coverage. What good would it do me for my relatives to sue you when I am dead. I assume you meant protection. Also, invent a cure for cancer, and give me protection against that. I've actually read somewheres that aging is actually a protection from cancer, so if you eliminate aging, you could get cancer very easily. Getting rid of both of these would be the way to go. Also, you would need to come up with a way to replace brain cells, as they are one of the few cells in your body that don't regenerate.


No you had to stay on Earth

I assume that was a typo and you meant "No one said you had to stay on Earth. Ok, yes, thats true. But then even before the sun turning into a red giant, we only have 3 billion years before some galaxy is supposed to crash in ours. The effects of that are unpredictable. At best, I could float in space in a space shuttle that would resemble a cruise ship, only much larger. At worse, I would float in space for a very long time in vacuum either freezing or burning alive for centuries on end until I find a nice planet.



Definitely, a perk....given the fact that there would still be banks or money.

You mean BEFORE some major event that would change the form of government.


Oh, one smaller matter, I never said that the price would be paid in with cash or credit..................100%. (Finer print)

Why, what did you have in mind?
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 29-Jul-2007 7:45pm  
Also, invent a cure for cancer...............................I can't do that! I'm not God, you know (maybe, at best, I am second in command)
3 billion years before some galaxy is supposed to crash in ours....3 billion years (for me) is a good nights sleep.
You mean BEFORE some major event that would change the form of government....the only big event that is going to change anything is, that...maybe...I will have one of my children visit in your world to take care of some business...for just a bit, to look around....just a bit.
Why, what did you have in mind?....An intelligent boy like you should be able to figure it out. I'll give you a hint: Aretha Franklin!
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 29-Jul-2007 8:56pm  
I can't do that! I'm not God, you know (maybe, at best, I am second in command)

You can't cure cancer but you can cure TB and aging. Oh yeah, that makes perfect sense.



the only big event that is going to change anything is, that...maybe...I will have one of my children visit in your world to take care of some business...for just a bit, to look around....just a bit.

I don't get it. Is that some sort of innuendo. Why not just give YOURSELF immortality too then, and visit me yourself. The type of event that I was thinking would be some famine and a massive food shortage. I would rely on my huge bank account that earned all that interest to be able to buy that super expensive food, unless the government declares a state of emergency and declares temporary communism or something.


An intelligent boy like you should be able to figure it out. I'll give you a hint: Aretha Franklin!

Is that some sort of innuendo. Aretha Franklin is an R&B singer, that made a lot of songs about love.


Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 29-Jul-2007 9:39pm  
You can't cure cancer but you can cure TB and aging. Oh yeah, that makes perfect sense:
Snake: You're not listening! I can give you added coverage (for a price) but I never said that I can cure TB. Listen...mortal boy!!!

Why not just give YOURSELF immortality too then, and visit me yourself:
Snake (my favorite name): Who said that I wasn't immortal? Am I not allowed to delegate???


Is that some sort of innuendo. Aretha Franklin is an R&B singer, that made a lot of songs about love:
You're getting warmer (hehehe)

Enigma
posted 29-Jul-2007 11:01pm  
I am a very positive person and I can see the good in people.
Enigma
(reply to JessicaWoman99) posted 29-Jul-2007 11:01pm  
That's great Jessica!
JessicaWoman99 Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to Enigma) posted 30-Jul-2007 11:49am  
> That's great Jessica!

I just have a heart for helping out somebody else if I can and thank you'
Jody
posted 31-Jul-2007 11:54am  
A masterful ability to handle details.
EyesOfCharisma
posted 31-Jul-2007 12:23pm  
uh... I am a good friend, will always help if someone needs it. I help old people, strangers... I am creative, but usually for myself.. I like doing crafty type things...
cerealkiller Survey Qualifier
posted 31-Jul-2007 2:37pm  
Creativity, love for cats. Not much else.
Irene007
posted 1-Aug-2007 8:01am  
Insight
thecomic22
posted 1-Aug-2007 3:48pm  
I have the ability to reproduce. Thats about it.
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 1-Aug-2007 10:02pm  
Snake: You're not listening! I can give you added coverage (for a price) but I never said that I can cure TB. Listen...mortal boy!!!

Coverage is pretty useless to me then.


You're getting warmer (hehehe)

I guess thats a small price to pay to get to live to be 3,000,000,025--- or 5,000,000,025 provided that we survive the Andromeda Galaxy collision. Then again, wouldn't it be just more efficient to just take cash instead and use it to buy the same thing from someone else. Econ 101, no?
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 1-Aug-2007 10:21pm  
Cash is meaningless to me. You have one very important thing that I do not have, and need if I am to continue to........................survive, and that's another big hint that I usually shouldn't have to tell people.
Oh, I'd take the coverage if I were you. You could still get cancer or TB, but you just wouldn't die from it. It wouldn't be a very pretty five billion years for you.
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 1-Aug-2007 11:37pm  
Are you trying to harvest my organs for your survival? If thats the case, it wouldn't be a very good idea to take infected organs from me.
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 2-Aug-2007 12:35am  
I guess that you are getting closer: Remember, I am immortal, I can grant immortality for a price. The price is not monetary. It is the one thing that I do not have so have to use yours to maintain immortality. One day ,I will have a son visit your world and shake things up thus initiating my reign. What do I want, Snake??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 2-Aug-2007 1:26am  
Are you talking about ACTUAL immortality, or metaphorical, though work and genes. If you were to have an actual kid, it would be through artificial insemination, but if you were really immortal, having kids would be pointless. Am I supposed to have a kid so that you can adopt him/her as one of your own?
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 2-Aug-2007 2:11am  
> Are you talking about ACTUAL immortality, or metaphorical, though
> work and genes. If you were to have an actual kid, it would be through
> artificial insemination, but if you were really immortal, having kids
> would be pointless. Am I supposed to have a kid so that you can adopt
> him/her as one of your own?


Snake,
I am SATAN. I need your soul because I do not have one of my own. With your soul, I can walk among men. You get immortality, just like me, and the possibility of never getting into Heaven, only hell. But on judgement day you will be condemned to hell. That is the price you pay for immortality!!! My child will be the anti-christ and take over the world where I will reign for 2000 years. Boy!!!




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southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 2-Aug-2007 2:29am  
Deal.

Ah, but theres a loophole. Judgment Day is supposed to happen on EARTH. If humanity figures out a way to space travel BEFORE we all getting consumed by the sun turning into a red giant, then I never die. If I never die, I can't go to heaven or hell because I am still alive. So you can have my soul.

Also, your child can have the world, since it would consist of only Earth, and nothing else. At best you will colonize the solar system. And also, 2000 years isn't very long. He can have it for the 2,000 years. Then on the 2001st year, the Argentinians will organize a coup and take over.
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 2-Aug-2007 12:55pm  
Well, it is written that Judgement day is to happen in the 21st Century, again...whatever is left in billions of years, who knows? But I am only talking about the next 2000 years. Yes, you'll have immortality and he condemned to tell...but nowhere did I say that your hell would not be on Earth, wishing that you could die...but you couldn't and that is a far greater form of hell. With your soul, I...on the other hand....can wreck havoc on the world!!!
Gomezy3k
posted 3-Aug-2007 9:36am  
I don't have anything to offer and don't want to offer it if I did..
Otter
(reply to EyesOfCharisma) posted 3-Aug-2007 9:46pm  
I like helping people too, I'll stop and change a tire for a motorist. I pushed a woman in a wheelchair around the mall and out to her car. I like being useful.
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 4-Aug-2007 2:38pm  
But again, I never asked for immortality, just an indefinite lifespan. I would still be susceptible to auto-accidents, getting shot, etc. Thats the price I am willing to pay for the option of killing myself. Besides, I don't think I would want invincibility anyway. I would prefer life to be a challenge anyway, so living "forever" but still having to be responsible about it with limits is where I want to be. For that, I will take a government job instead of a private sector job, so that I get medical coverage instead of cash, thus having to survive on modest means just like everyone else.

Anyway, like you said, you need my soul to wreck havoc on the world for the next 2000 years. But you never said what will happen after that. Once I make it out of that, I am back to living the good life that "Earth" would have to offer.
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 4-Aug-2007 3:34pm  
There is nothing in it for you, having an indefinite lifespan...for the price of your soul....but the possibility of going to your final resting ground much, much, sooner and it is probably much more probable that you would. You wouldn't be taking advantage of the entire deal. I have given you the pros and cons (and I shouldn't have even done that). I offer one thing...immortality for the price of your soul...which means that you can never die (and your wouldn't want to considering where you are going). You can make your life hell on Earth, if you want that...or you could control the Universe by single handedly murdering all of the powers that be, and create your own Heaven. I am not interested in private sectors, government jobs, any of that peanut stuff. I'm the real deal! It sounds like you are frightened now, young boy.
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 4-Aug-2007 4:11pm  
I would take your deal then, since if I NEVER die, I will never face the consequences of the said hell. In essence it will be a catch-phrase-22 on your part. You can't get my soul if I never die. You can't make me die once you give me immortality, which is the only way you can get my soul.

Looks like you're screwed.
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 4-Aug-2007 6:46pm  
No, Snake....the entire point of this deal is obtaining your soul 'while' you are alive, which is a power that I do have....and once you sign in blood on the dotted line, it's a done deal. See how easily you were convinced? As most people would be, I am sure. You can't screw me. You sign....and have a wonderful life!!!! Don't worry about your soul. You'll barely miss it. smile

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southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 4-Aug-2007 6:55pm  
But then what is the official definition of a soul? What is a soul to begin with?

Also, what constitutes blood. Blood (plasma) is technically just a bunch of different particles. What if I were to tell you that I donated and/or received blood transfusion. You would then have to prove how much of it were mine, how much is theirs. Since blood is interchangeable from one person to the next, what constitutes my blood verses someone else's. Therefore since blood can't be traced to any single individual your contract becomes invalid (but I already have my immorality), so there.

If you like to, you can report me to collections that I owe you a soul, but thats about it. At most you can sell my debt for half its value, orrrrr, get to conquer and rule the world only half-way.
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 4-Aug-2007 7:09pm  
What is a soul? How the hell (pardon the pun) should I know? I didn't invent it. All I know is that I need it You'll have to ask a Blood Bank Technologist to get the definition of blood. All I know is that it is the red stuff that comes out of your arms. i have 'friends' in your world that can collect it for me. Hey,no blood, no soul...no immortality and I go on the the next vict...I mean, person.
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 4-Aug-2007 7:23pm  
Ok then, whats the definition of my blood then.

As for my soul, if you take it from me for the purpose that your son rules the world, wouldn't then technically MY soul essentially BE your son. If I take your deal, it would become ME who would be your son who gets to rule the world, no.
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 4-Aug-2007 7:37pm  
Afraid not. This is not rocket science. Your soul=immortality............................For the price of immortality, you hand over your soul and, just as in buying an automobile, you soul is NO longer your own even if it had originally come from you. Once I take your soul.....poof, that's it. Have a good life, nothing about this deal would ever have anything to do with you in any way, shape or form...ever again. You think I am that stupid?? I've been around a little longer (give or take a few trillion light years) than you. You are less that a 'dot' on my scale.
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 4-Aug-2007 8:08pm  
You are still not getting it.

But then I am my soul. You don't own your soul, your soul owns you. So if you inherit my soul, and put it into your son, in essence I become your son. So when your son comes to take over the world, it would really be me.

The earthly equivalent of the deal would be if "I" decided to donate my brain as part of being an organ donor (assuming this was possible) with someone else because they really admire me for my intelligence for X number of money. Imagine an 85 year old version of me (with a crappy body but with high intelligence) doing a deal with a hot 21-year-old-retarded person, where I decide to donate my brain to that person because they admire it in exchange for their. Sounds like a good deal for them with me getting ripped off, no? Think about that for a second and absorb it.
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 4-Aug-2007 8:36pm  
Your good 'soul' (not you) will get you in Heaven. Think of it as a 'pass' into Heaven. You give it to me (to do with what I want) and you have no soul and you can never get into Heaven. As I said, you can make your own Heaven on Earth but you will never get into Heaven, the spiritual .dimension. You no long have that option. I don't care about your damn brain. You are a 'dot', less than a dot. I don't care about money, or your body. I could care less. You know my terms. I don't negotiate. Are you going to cave? Am I going to have to call you a coward?
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 4-Aug-2007 9:15pm  
That is still a good deal for me. My brain would be my "consciousness". So my consciousness and my memories as I remember my entire life would still be here on earth. My "soul", something else that you define would also be in heaven. So really, I would still get my paradise, only on Earth instead of heaven. Better rein in "hell" than serve in heaven, no?


I don't care about your damn brain. You are a 'dot', less than a dot.

More to my advantage. It works to my advantage to be a dot and to stay under your radar screen. The less you know I even exist, the more likely you won't interfere with my unlimited happiness on earth. I will simply pass my consciousness to someone else when you come visit me. So in essence, you would only be visiting my body.

As to the original explanation that I gave to you, allow me to put it more bluntly. You are the retarded kid in that scenario.
LindaH Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 4-Aug-2007 9:55pm  
I have surveys to offer, that inspire conversations that turn really weird.
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 4-Aug-2007 11:25pm  
> That is still a good deal for me. My brain would be my "consciousness".
> So my consciousness and my memories as I remember my entire life
> would still be here on earth. My "soul", something else that you
> define would also be in heaven. So really, I would still get my paradise,
> only on Earth instead of heaven. Better rein in "hell" than serve
> in heaven, no?

no, your soul would never be in Heaven. You gave that up.

> I don't care about your damn brain. You are a 'dot', less than a dot.
>
> More to my advantage. It works to my advantage to be a dot and to
> stay under your radar screen. The less you know I even exist, the
> more likely you won't interfere with my unlimited happiness on earth.
> I will simply pass my consciousness to someone else when you come
> visit me. So in essence, you would only be visiting my body.
>
>. You are the retarded kid in that scenario.

Hey, I think it's pretty retarded giving up you soul to live as a mortal forever instead of a bliss you could never imagine, but, it's your choice. You and your instant gratification. Shame, shame.


southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 5-Aug-2007 12:09am  
no, your soul would never be in Heaven. You gave that up.

I think you have a poor understanding of what a soul is. Its basically your consciousness once you're dead. But my consciousness would be here, so it wouldn't matter where my soul would be if I was still alive.


Hey, I think it's pretty retarded giving up you soul to live as a mortal forever instead of a bliss you could never imagine, but, it's your choice. You and your instant gratification. Shame, shame.

Now that I think about it, the idea of eternal bliss isn't that appealing anyway. It does come off a bit Brave New Worldish if you ask me. Dude, have you seen the movie Brain Candy?
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 5-Aug-2007 12:27am  
Your soul is your spiritual consciousness...again, keep it pure in this realm and it will be your pass on to the next. But you don't have to worry about that, you won't have one. BUT, you changed your mind, like I knew that you would.. Brain Candy? No.
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 5-Aug-2007 12:45am  
Your soul is your spiritual consciousness...again, keep it pure in this realm and it will be your pass on to the next.

I thought that your soul WAS you, not something that you own.


Brain Candy is a movie (made by the guys who do Kids in the Hall) about a new pill that makes you happy when you take it. The problem was that everyone was on it 24/7. I am sure you can rent it, or download if you wish. If thats what heaven is supposed to be like then no thanks. I think this would is more challenging which I think makes me fit in better. Also, perhaps its just a form of prejudice. I really like the idea of being on Earth and I probably think its the best world there can be without even bothering to see "other worlds". Therefore I would probably like Earth more with moderate amounts of happiness, which you have to hunt for, more than another world, even if its heaven.
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 5-Aug-2007 12:56am  
Then you'll sign the contract?
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 5-Aug-2007 1:12am  
Yes. Sure, why not.
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 5-Aug-2007 1:41am  
I WON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (You can't take it back)
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 5-Aug-2007 1:42am  
How so?
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 5-Aug-2007 1:49am  
No, no, no, no...The subject is closed. I reached my goal. End of topic!!! (hehehe)
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 5-Aug-2007 2:00am  
Your goal was to make me give you my soul. Ok then, you win. But I win because I get to live forever.

See, precisely why free trade is a good thing. Under a protectionist government(s), having people across worlds exchange souls and other goods and services would have been banned and no one would benefit.
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 5-Aug-2007 2:14am  
Sorry, I won. You caved. You could have walked away being the stronger, more righteous one...but, no. Let this be a lesson to you.
southernyankee
(reply to Richard47) posted 5-Aug-2007 2:40am  
Yes, but you are going under the false pretense that I want to be more righteous.
Richard47
(reply to southernyankee) posted 5-Aug-2007 2:47am  
You want to be more corrupt? What a goal!! How so??
Crayons
posted 20-Aug-2007 3:26pm  
Creativity.
Iseult
posted 1-Sep-2007 1:04pm  
I can be funny.
Zang
posted 10-Sep-2007 12:41am  
I'm very calm, tolerant and a good listener.
moviesnob
posted 13-Sep-2007 4:50pm  
Good advice that will aim for what is best for you. And a dynamite healer in WoW.
Biggles Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 29-Apr-2017 3:19am  
Pfft. I make people cry. Yay me.
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