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  1. seyleigh commented on Non Sequitur 6 days ago

    Truth can be relative. Human memory, knowledge, and senses are fallible. Something can be true to one person, and not be to another.

  2. seyleigh commented on Luann 11 days ago

    Aww, that is so sweet.

  3. seyleigh commented on Luann 15 days ago

    Memorial day President’s day, Thanksgiving, and the Fourth of July are all secular holidays. Christmas is a time for friends, family, and cookies.

  4. seyleigh commented on Luann 15 days ago

    I am agnostic and celebrate Christmas. All of the Jews, atheists, and agnostics I know celebrate Christmas. It is a very secular holiday.

  5. seyleigh commented on Luann 16 days ago

    “Here’s a novel idea, how about a church? You know, to join together in that institution established by God.”

    Marriage is a legally binding contract. Our government has a separation of church and state. So in this country, marriage has nothing to do with religion unless the couple wants it to. That is why atheists, hindus, and muslims are allowed to get married.

    I haven’t heard Brad or Toni mention any religious leanings. They may not be considering a church for that reason. That being said, getting married in a church is a good idea if they are religious. Some of them are very pretty.

  6. seyleigh commented on HUBRIS! 24 days ago

    Slamming into each other is dangerous, people don’t realize that until they are dealing with the after affects.

  7. seyleigh commented on Luann 27 days ago

    Bernice isn’t being mean by holding up the image of Luann with two faces. She is just implying that the drawing fits Luann’s cluelessness right now.

  8. seyleigh commented on Luann 27 days ago

    Yes, and in a year or two Quill, Bernice, and Delta may change their minds. Its called actually understanding the pros and cons of each career path, shifting priorities, and maturing.

    Luann is not the only clueless one in her friend group, she is just the only one who isn’t clueless about being clueless.

  9. seyleigh commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    Yup! Algae is efficient enough you may be able to, but there are too many kinks for algal-fuel to be sold commercially anytime soon.

  10. seyleigh commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    If I remember correctly from a previous class, if the parts of corn that are unused for ethanol are used as power to heat up the corn to turn it into ethanol, it actually creates more energy than it burns (naturally, the USA doesn’t allow this). But, I could be wrong. It is still inefficient though.

    Another thing I learned in class was that algae were more productive at making bio-fuels than other plants. However, algae that isn’t easily harvest-able tends to take over the algae pond because the easily harvest-able stuff is… harvested. Unless we are desperate, algae is better used for making fish food and pharmaceuticals.

    Sorry, end of nerdy rant.