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message 1: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
This organization was started by me and the website for it is www.familyxin.net I know, weird name, but I'm hoping it will change sooner or later.


message 2: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments I assume that the cause is environmentalism.


message 3: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Opa Gangnam Style.


message 4: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Interesting.


message 5: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
Yeah


message 6: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
Didn't know you liked it, I think it's weird having your family name in public. I'm very paranoid. That's why you never see me wear jewelry.


message 7: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
Never mind


message 8: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
metal is yucky, makes me sick


message 9: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Metal makes you sick? Cool.


message 10: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Kggelen wrote: "But the iron can help protect against the fey..."

It can. Werewolves are a type of fairy.


message 11: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
Yeah


message 12: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
Ok then


message 13: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments What isn't cool?


message 14: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
I don't know, but ever since I was young I never wore jewelry unless plastic because it made me sick


message 15: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
I would get a headache then nauseous and so on. I would try wearing something but I always took it off.


message 16: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
Also, necklaces might choke you, paranoia.


message 17: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Kggelen wrote: "Hehehe, no, not fairy. Faerie."

No, fairy.


message 18: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Kggelen wrote: "Metal making someone sick."

It is, medically.


message 19: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Because metal is awesome.


message 20: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments In my language, faerie is fairy.


message 21: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
Yeah, metal is disgusting. It smells bad and tastes bad too


message 22: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Also, I may have different faerie/fairy terms.


message 23: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Yeah, I guess so.


message 24: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments I mean, the smell and taste.


message 25: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Especially tin-foil.


message 26: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
Fairy and faery are two different things. Fairies are winged creatures and fairy tales refer to the magical stories and stuff like that. Faery or the fey are a separate type. They are immortal creatures that can do magic and live in a parallel universe.


message 27: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Which probably isn't even real metal.


message 28: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
I just know that from monkey bars and the thing in our school weight room. It is this metal bar you hang on and they time you for how long you can stay up.


message 29: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
Tin foil is factory made, mostly chemicals and scrap metal


message 30: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Rinasa1234 wrote: "Fairy and faery are two different things. Fairies are winged creatures and fairy tales refer to the magical stories and stuff like that. Faery or the fey are a separate type. They are immortal crea..."

1. If faeries live in an alternate universe, then fairies live in an alternate universe. Or at least Quantum Physics says that.
2. If they both exist, they both use magic.


message 31: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
Yeah they both do.


message 32: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Yes, meaning that faeries and fairies are both dofferent and same, and that I am a faerie, fairy, and am not typing this.


message 33: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
Ok then


message 34: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
Talking about faery/fairy I do have abnormally shaped ears


message 35: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments You, too.


message 36: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Faeries and fairies both do and do not have abnormally shaped ears.


message 37: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
Hahahaha


message 38: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Kggelen wrote: "I'm just plain abnormal..."

That is impossible.


message 39: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments I mean, in this universe.


message 40: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Laszlo wrote: "Kggelen wrote: "I'm just plain abnormal..."

That is impossible."


Physically impossible.


message 41: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments This equation explains it:
w×u≠a


message 42: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments It works if you let w represent 'world' and u represent 'unique'. If every person in the world has their own unique qualities, then everyone is abnormal, or a, and if everyone is abnormal everyone is normal.


message 43: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments So, the full equation is this:
w(p)×nu=epa≠a


message 44: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
Interesting


message 45: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Yes. This equation explains that:
uq×ln(oe)=a(≠a)


message 46: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments So, here is the revised equation so far:
w(p)×nu=epa≠a(uq×ln(oe)=a(≠a))


message 47: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Wait, lets go back to
uq×ln(oe)=a(≠a)
This equation explains to holes in that equation:
t{×=cw}×u{n≠cw}(pe(s)t=00.00000000..... 1[b pro.](con.= dov)


message 48: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments So,
w(p)×nu=epa≠a(uq×ln(oe)=a(≠a))(t{×=cw}×u{n≠cw}(pe(s)t=00.00000000..... 1[b pro.](con.= dov))(con.= dov)
Understand?


message 49: by Laszlo (new)

Laszlo (steampunk) | 246 comments Why not?


message 50: by Rinasa1234, Super Awesome Bookworm (new)

Rinasa1234 | 913 comments Mod
I understood it when you first started but about half way through you lost me


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