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Male, 33 years old
Kentucky, Southern US

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La Mer - Dialogue of the Wind and the Sea Claude Debussy


Interests: Science / College / Books / Web-surfing / Philosophy
Homepage: Click Here
Birthday:7/4/1986 (33 Years Old)
IM Type: AIM IM Name: MisterMalletman
Occupation: Neurobiomathemastatistician
Marital Status: Dating
Sexual Preference: Gay
Religion: Other
Politics: (Decline to State)
Fav. Movie: Mononoke-hime
Fav. TV Show: The Leftovers
Fav. Book: The Dispossessed - Ursula LeGuin
Fav. Song: `Iberia` - Claude Debussy
Fav. Food: Chocolate
Fav. Car: Foz
 
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  • Is finding a yellow pencil evidence in favor of the statement "All ravens are black"?
         Posted Date: 5/6/2012 9:33:34 PM
  • Without looking, do you know the model of the processor in your computer?
         Posted Date: 6/9/2007 9:32:40 AM
  • Do you believe a truly meritocratic society will inevitably become unequal?
         Posted Date: 2/11/2007 9:22:10 AM
  • Is it realistic to decry contraception while promoting a welfare state?
         Posted Date: 12/3/2006 7:51:07 AM
  • Do existing social constructions (affirmative action, the educational system, etc.) rely upon the Tabula Rasa theory as applied to psychology?
         Posted Date: 3/3/2006 10:04:31 PM
  • Do you believe in the concept of the Noble Savage?
         Posted Date: 3/2/2006 3:22:42 AM
  • Which is more difficult to perform on stage, a hilarious comedy or an intense tragedy?
         Posted Date: 10/13/2004 10:19:31 AM
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