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Only four?  :( Well, hm. You. Marbles. Tonks. Could Herz and Pond count as one person?  :lol: But four are too less, there are so many wonderful users on SC I could name, right now, whom I would love

the support I've long received from my friends on here what do you hate about ShiaChat?

Salaamun alaykum! This is pretty straight forward. You pose a question and the person who posts next replies and posts another question ... What is the one thing that makes you happy every s

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1 minute ago, Marbles said:

Because its problems seem like permanent *sigh*

Which planet would you like to visit?

Probably Mars, it intrigues me a lot.

Of course I want to send Daesh and their caliphate to Pluto.

What do you think of the gas giants?

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3 minutes ago, fatemah kareema said:

Do u think man can live on planet mars??

It is something being looked into by scientists, and they are smart about it, living on Mars is a distinct possibility if Allah (swt) allows it.

6 minutes ago, fatemah kareema said:

I'd visit them if i had 2 lives.

Actually the gas giants (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune) are highly poisonous and radioactive. Are you sure, Fatemah?

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33 minutes ago, Gaius I. Caesar said:

It is something being looked into by scientists, and they are smart about it, living on Mars is a distinct possibility if Allah (swt) allows it.

Actually the gas giants (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune) are highly poisonous and radioactive. Are you sure, Fatemah?

Yeah :)

If i had two livesin this world, i can sacrifice one for my adventures... I'll have the opportunity to see the unbelievables b4 i die...:clap:plus: i'll tell stories in the 2nd life

Do you think curiosity is worth dying for??

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Could be migraines. Read about it on the internet, there are some dietary recommendations indicated for migraines. We also have got a narration addressing a practice to reduce the pain of migraines, by applying cold water to the thigs, and then hot water, and repeat. It does actually help blood circulation.

Also, meditation and visualization are great practicss to remove headache and have a better mood for the rest of the day.

 

JPG or PNG?

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PNG are higher quality (I think?). Also, PNG's can retain their layers (so that when you open one in GIMP or in Photoshop, you won't just have a flat image but you can play around with the layers as you see fit.

 

 

Do you know where the crud I can watch Majid Majidi's Prophet movie?

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5 hours ago, baradar_jackson said:

PNG are higher quality (I think?). Also, PNG's can retain their layers (so that when you open one in GIMP or in Photoshop, you won't just have a flat image but you can play around with the layers as you see fit.

 

 

Do you know where the crud I can watch Majid Majidi's Prophet movie?

:'(

Same question here.

 

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11 hours ago, hasanhh said:

I did not understand the question the first time.

Does anyone?

The jpg vs. png one? They're image formats. 

Is it weird that I come to SC almost everyday but rarely post?

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not weird at all, I sometimes do the same. I like a read on topics of interest and at times want to post in support or against but the anticipation of what others may add allows me to take a back seat. I call it OLC - ''Observant Learning Curve"

What do you do for a living?

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2 minutes ago, apofomysback said:

He was a merchant navy officer. 

what about yours?

Was an mechanic for the Air Force, later became Senior Master Sargeant. I think he now drives school buses and is also a school bus mechanic.

Does anybody eat grapes.

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5 minutes ago, Gaius I. Caesar said:

Was an mechanic for the Air Force, later became Senior Master Sargeant. I think he now drives school buses and is also a school bus mechanic.

Does anybody eat grapes.

I do. 

What should I have for breakfast?

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3 minutes ago, Gaius I. Caesar said:

Biryani, just kidding.

Whatever you feel like having

Been doubting my sanity, you?

Believe it or not, but I've had biryani for breakfast on countless occasions :grin:

I've been doubting my sanity for the past 15 years. 

What was the last show you watched on TV?

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1 minute ago, Gaius I. Caesar said:

Depends on the circumstance, but I hope not for 90% percent of the time.

Are you a feminist?

I'm all for women's right and stuff, but I'm not what you'd call a hard-core, 'you deserve to die because you don't agree with me' kind of feminist.

Do you like oatmeal with honey? 

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