Posted 13 January 2009 - 10:45 AM
(05:37 AM) Lyric of Delphi - Is it wrong to write an essay for a scholarship "from a Christian point of view" for a Christian school when you're actually...well...a heathen Hindu child doing it for laughs and money?
(05:39 AM) Lyric of Delphi - Because I do need the $750, and I would definitely win.
(05:42 AM) Lyric of Delphi - Not definitely, but there are several prizes, so there's a good chance...
(05:42 AM) Lyric of Delphi - I'm going to have to ponder the morality of this and could use some good ol' EI wisdom
(05:57 AM) Orpheus - It's an essay, not a prayer. It stands on its own as words. Any shame would belong to any true believers whose "faith" somehow failed to give them vastly superior insight into the subject, or judges who failed to perceive such insight and went for form instead.
PROUD STUDENT OF SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNVERSITY
RobL, on Jul 20 2009, 06:35 PM, said:
'I honestly cannot justify that. You see, advertising isn't an art. Appealing to the English? Use someone from Hollyoaks and diss United. Scots? Talk about how evil Thatcher was. SNP is awesome etc. Americans? Well they be thick as sh*t so short sentences and shiny things and some Jesus helps too.. French and Germans? Talk about the war. Irish? f*ck that we can't sell sh*t in Ireland. That's frankly how it all works. So what I'm trying to say is that I'm happy you're dumping all this cash into advertising... I honestly don't see what you want me to do with it. And also, that blip in the records in June was me buying monitors.-- never ask me to be 'brutally honest' about a budget.
Every time I see a political thread I fondle myself just a little bit.............
You of course realise that anything you post here is comprised of ASCII characters? Each character is 7 bits with a parity bit making 8... I guess that's fairly meaningless to you which is actually the point. At most your sentence is a few kilobytes and considering I'm doing a file transfer of over a billion bytes right now those bytes making up your words are invisible with their insignificance, which is exact what I think of your post. Insignificant.