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Things youve learnt to do to stave off Alzheimers?

UNITED STATES / MAR 24, 2017 5:30 AM EST

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You will never learn what I am thinking. And those who boast most loudly that they know my thought, to such people I lie even more.

UNITED STATES / MAR 9, 2017 11:56 AM EST

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Greetings. So recently in my history class we started learning about the amendments. I have a question but was too nervous to ask my teacher. The 5th amendment states that no person can be tried for the same crime twice. What happens if someone already went on trial and "proved" not guilty but they did do it. If new evidence was found would they be able to go away unpunished or is there some way around it? I apologize if this is an idiotic question.

UNITED STATES / MAR 5, 2017 10:35 PM EST

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Do you Google someone's online handle as soon as you learn what it is from snapchat/instagram?

UNITED STATES / FEB 17, 2017 6:16 PM EST

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When is white man going to learn?

UNITED STATES / FEB 5, 2017 9:27 PM EST

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My first language is English. I've taken French Immersion for 12 years, and I want to continue througout university. However, I want to learn a new language and my universify offers Spanish and German too. Which of those two should I take with a major in French? (Is Spanish too similar, so I would get it confused with my French grammar rules, spelling etc? Or is German silly to take because it's not as widely used? Should I even take two at once? Thanks.)

CANADA / FEB 3, 2017 3:51 PM EST

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Things I've learned from Hollywood: That's racist! I'm offended! White rich males! Sex! Islam is love, everything else is hate! Hate speech! To be transgender is normal! Sex! Feminism is progress! Racist! Minorities can't be racist! To say bluelives matter is hate speech! Offended! Say no to family! Sex! Socialism! Oy vey, it's another Holocaust! Free speech is hate speech! Racism!

UNITED STATES / JAN 15, 2017 12:46 PM EST

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[a group or collection of distinct meaningful elements of writing worded or conveyed in words so as to evoke or extract things that are indisputably the case made available for use or learned about a thing or person that is unspecified or unknown.]

UNITED STATES / JAN 13, 2017 8:48 AM EST

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[a set of words worded or expressed so as to evoke or draw out facts provided or learned about something or someone]

UNITED STATES / JAN 13, 2017 8:44 AM EST

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So my mom doesn't want me to be a teacher because she thinks the university courses to become one will be too hard for me because I have a learning disability.But becoming a teacher would make me so happy.What are your thoughts on this?

UNITED STATES / JAN 11, 2017 7:12 PM EST

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How can I get more comfortable with being myself in front of others. I am a teenager, and like most I am struggling to learn about who I am and what kind of person I want to be. I feel like I should appear a certain way in front of other people, and I don't know if I am being myself anymore. Any advice for helping me feel more open to others and sharing my real feelings?

UNITED STATES / JAN 9, 2017 10:24 PM EST

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Im 12 years old, and im homeschooled. i want to go to highschool but my mom wont send me cause she thinks ill get beaten up and all that. when its a really friendly school and i have no friends so i wanna go make some, and i wanna learn subjects like chemistry and english, and many more, and i wanna be able to get into college, i kind of want to go and see if i can sign myself up or see if they can talk my mom into it but they might get social services involved and i dont want that, opinions?

GERMANY / JAN 9, 2017 11:55 AM EST

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I'm learning 2 different languages, Spanish and Portuguese but I don't know if whether I should focus on improving one of them or study them both. Help me decide.

UNITED STATES / JAN 6, 2017 3:26 AM EST

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how do i learn to love again

UNITED STATES / JAN 5, 2017 4:33 AM EST

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WOAH! I can't believe it has been exactly a year since I began to post about my Uncle Melvin on JC! I saw him yesterday and I feel like I have learned alot through my experiences with JC! Sometimes I come back just to see if anyone still remembers and I laugh about how silly I was in 2016!

UNITED STATES / JAN 1, 2017 5:59 PM EST

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Why can't you learn some manners/grammar and make use of them? Did your mother teach you nothing?

UNITED STATES / DEC 14, 2016 8:00 PM EST

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Previously, I used to rub my penìs on the bathroom tiles walls, so some amount of semen may get onto it. When I learned that this is haraam, I stopped doing it. Now I want to make my bathroom tiled walls pure once again. So what do I do? I washed it but then the washed water got into my tub which was kept just below it. What should I do?

UNITED STATES / DEC 1, 2016 10:37 AM EST

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I've developed an obsessive internet LOVE over someone whom literally has absolutely no idea of my existence. He's 17 years older than me and I know it'll never happen. I find all GUYS coming in second to him, and I want it to stop. I wanna learn how to be happy without having to force myself to date guys who I don't find attractive. I want to learn how to be attracted to other people on the same level as this guy.

UNITED STATES / NOV 28, 2016 9:57 PM EST

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Hallo my name is deanna i am from germany and would like to learn english from a guy. Please pm deanna at gp.

UNITED STATES / NOV 27, 2016 9:10 PM EST

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If you are a paraplegic male, you can learn to have intercourse using the "stuffing" technique. The man can assume the top position and, with his fingers, tuck his flaccid, soft penìs into the vagìna. By thrusting her hips and using the muscles of her vagìna, his partner takes the soft penìs into her vagìna with a sort of pulling, suçking movement. While the flaccid penìs gives a sensation of penetration that can be very satisfying in itself, the motion will often cause a reflex erection.

UNITED STATES / NOV 27, 2016 3:40 PM EST

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