Joe Amethyst

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Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Joined Dec 22, 2011 at 01:39PM EST


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Commented on Harshwhinny's wall

5) OH MY FUCKING GOD YOU WATCH TED!? MARRY ME NOW. My favorite video ever from them way probably this one or this one. I enjoy the one that either cover astronomy and the universe or human psychology. Which is weird, because I hate psych, and decided to take AP European History over it this year. I’m one of only two seniors to do so. You should also watch this. More interesting than you think it would be. There is also one about the “Myth of the Gay Agenda” which was rather amusingly satirical and another where they have a camera shooting 1 trillion frames a second, literally watching light travel across the room.

6) Was delicious. Still some left in the box. Doesn’t taste like corn though.

7) You seem to come up with rather good questions randomly. Learning things about another usually come spontaneously, so don’t force it.

I’ll PM you what it is.

Dec 19, 2012 at 08:34PM EST

Commented on Harshwhinny's wall

4) I know of the topic you speak of. There seem to be two possibilities that a large quantity people bring up, those being that the universe will eventually implode upon itself again, or it will continuously and forever expand until that matter is so far stretched apart that there will be nothing left but black holes, and then after the unimaginable amount of time it takes for those blacks holes to dissipate, nothing. I personally think the universe might actually run in cycles, expanding and contracting itself over incalculable amounts of time. The universe as we know it today may only be ~14 billion years old, but it has existed much longer than that, and will continue to exist for much longer than that. I’m sure the cycle may eventually end, but there is no feasible way to ever know. Which is kind of the depressing part about trying to determine what will happen to the universe long-term. Unless we can leave the universe and make it go through its cycle extremely quickly (implying the multi-verse theory, which I also think might be true). TLDR; Lots of cycles of getting bigger and smaller, which is (presumably) never ending in a practical time scale.

Dec 19, 2012 at 08:33PM EST

Commented on Harshwhinny's wall

1) We would have a long and hard perverted and yet interesting conversation comparing our penises to the orbits of star systems within a galaxy.

2) I tend to be rather nice unless I have a specific reason to hate you. Like in Fallout, I usually play the good guy. I’ve also played a game called Catherine where you have a choice between a young girl you have a one night stand with named Catherine, or your faithful girlfriend of 5 years named Katherine. I always pick Katherine, which is seen as the good choice.

3) Define “classic” cartoons. If we’re talking like, 90’s and early 2000’s, I still love Courage the Cowardly Dog. If you want to go even further back, the only thing I enjoy that is old is Tom and Jerry of all things.

Dec 19, 2012 at 08:32PM EST

Commented on adf.jpg

Oh my fucks this is seeping with amazing.

Dec 17, 2012 at 02:51PM EST

Commented on 855.png

Not going to lie, the whole Chris Hansen thing was old about two years ago.

Dec 16, 2012 at 09:02PM EST

Commented on Bruno the Rustler's wall

The amount of fucks I give about the world “ending” is similar to this picture.

A boner inducingly small amount.

Dec 16, 2012 at 08:52PM EST

Commented on El Tsur's wall

Since when did /mlp/ start adding banners to their images? Just curious.

Dec 16, 2012 at 07:26PM EST

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