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Yeh .... nah.

May
14
comment What are the risks of posting baby pictures online?
I have to say Im not at all fond of this answer. Once those photos are free in the public/search engine domain you have lost all control to ever rein them back in - why do that? There are sites (eg SmugMug) that cater to having complete control over sharing photos (by blocking exposure to search engines, option for albums to be private, options for albums to be locked down etc) - you would be MUCH better off using one those and really limiting access (by people and search engines) to this kind of material.
May
14
comment What aspects should I look for in childrens' games?
Its a shame this question was closed :-( - it mertited more.
Jan
19
comment When do kids usually stop believing in Santa Claus?
@Kramii "I personally have more objective evidence" is an oxymoron. If its personal it isn't objective (duh).
Jan
18
comment When do kids usually stop believing in Santa Claus?
@Kramii You clearly missed the point. There IS objective evidence for the existance of Ricibob. There IS NOT object evidence for the existance of God. It is that that makes belief/faith play such a key role. That is precisely the point I was attempting to make - I clearly failed because you failed to see that.
Dec
4
comment When do kids usually stop believing in Santa Claus?
@William If I truely believe in God (in some form) then he/it exists for me (by definition). If I don't believed then for me he/it does not. There is no objective proof for the exisitance of God - so that is all we have - so in this sense I think Hairy is right. I don't think he means it in any disrespectful way. But because there is no objective evidence for the existance of god this is all we have - our own belief / faith.
Dec
4
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