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    Similar problem with foosball. I owned a table in...

    Similar problem with foosball. I owned a table in my early twenties, but because I was the one playing it most of the time I couldn't find any opponents that could compete with me.
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    I've always been more of a foosball than pinball...

    I've always been more of a foosball than pinball player, but I've always liked pinball and never got into it. Might be worth finding some local tables. Thanks for the thread :thumbsup:

    What about...
  3. Thanks Politesse, that's that kind of thing I had...

    Thanks Politesse, that's that kind of thing I had in mind in making this thread but clearly you know a lot more about the topic.

    Basically that the fundamental difference between the two is that...
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    That was my approach on our recent trip to Rome...

    You don't say in what capacity you're traveling, so I don't know how free you will be to move around Central America. I've never been to Nicaragua, but I have spent time in Costa Rica and Guatemala....
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    Reading travel advisories for dangerous countries...

    Reading travel advisories for dangerous countries is one of my more morbid hobbies, here's Nicaragua.

    Whatever you do, don't read the travel advisory for Central African Republic, it makes...
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    Sounds like too much work to me, but outside of...

    Sounds like too much work to me, but outside of nature and people watching likely the most fun thing you'll do there.
  7. I wouldn't say I'm bent on mixing the two, but am...

    I wouldn't say I'm bent on mixing the two, but am curious about the perspectives of others.
  8. Is that true? To me the goal of reaching heaven /...

    The religious understandings of reality, goals, and how to attain those goals between the two have nothing in common. The societal lessons necessary for a coherent civilization (don't kill, don't...
  9. So we've got the low-hanging fruit out of the way...

    So we've got the low-hanging fruit out of the way and done our rain dance on Christianity.

    So how about their similarities?

    And are they fundamentally different, or just dissimilar?
  10. Also many applications listed in the Wikipedia...

    Also many applications listed in the Wikipedia page.
  11. IMO, we're in a transitional phase with media...

    IMO, we're in a transitional phase with media right now. Previously, local media was viable as it was the only source in it's respective community. Now with an abundance of information coming from...
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    See a bit more, like local signage on the housing...

    Reminds me of the good old days of my heart swelling at the miracle of the universe. Now I'm just waiting for the universe to do something interesting.[/QUOTE]

    It's doing the same amount of...
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    Conforming is the obvious, immediate response -...

    Conforming is the obvious, immediate response - takes less effort with low odds of repercussions.

    But if someone is good at metacognition and abstraction they'll second guess the immediate...
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    In fairness, I very rarely come close to...

    Goodness, you outpace even me on the reading. Let me know if Anthropology of the Indigenous is any good.[/QUOTE]

    In fairness, I very rarely come close to finishing any of these titles.

    A topic...
  15. Perfect is the Enemy of Good: Applications of the Pareto Principle

    I was reading the Wikipedia article on the phrase Perfect is the Enemy of Good today, and interestingly enough I had always misinterpreted the meaning. What I thought was meant to dissuade someone...
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    Reminds me of the good old days of my heart...

    Reminds me of the good old days of my heart swelling at the miracle of the universe. Now I'm just waiting for the universe to do something interesting.
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    I thought there was going to be a follow-up post....

    I thought there was going to be a follow-up post. Can you repeat the question in thirty words or less?
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    The Harmless People - Elizabeth Marshall Thomas....

    The Harmless People - Elizabeth Marshall Thomas. Fascinating, narrative driven work of anthropology on hunter-gatherers in the Kalahari desert in the 50s.

    And because it's winter and the library...
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    Anymore I'm of the opinion that good critical...

    Anymore I'm of the opinion that good critical thinking skills take abstraction and the ability to meta-cognate - being able to observe and analyze our own behavior and thought patterns. But then,...
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    I've been without any type of anti-virus software...

    I disagree--these days the biggest threat is malicious ads being served up by mainstream sites.

    That's also why your best defense is an ad blocker.[/QUOTE]I've been without any type of anti-virus...
  21. Are Buddhism and Christianity fundamentally different religions?

    Having studied different religions over the past number of years I'm noticing their similarities more so than I am their differences. That is I'm of the opinion that human nature comes first, various...
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    If you and your wife are smart browsers you'd...

    If you and your wife are smart browsers you'd likely do fine going without. For most typical browsing - Google searching, social media, forums, news media, you're very rarely going to come across...
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    Strangely enough, I come from a medical science...

    Guilty as charged. Truthfully anthropology as a field has tended to struggle with the mystical elements of society. Imesn, we're interested, but our methods hsve generslly skewed toward the...
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    I'd also add that I'm not using a different term...

    I'd also add that I'm not using a different term to describe an emotional experience, that hasn't been my argument at all.



    ^^^

    This is along the lines of what I'm arguing. Spiritual is an...
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    I mostly agree, but I think this line falls...

    I mostly agree, but I think this line falls slightly shy of the mark of the meaning of the word. A spiritual experience, imo, has a very specific meaning, mainly connotating the perception of a...
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