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About JeffXeno

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    New Orleans, LA - USA
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    real profile.
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    Muscle, Science & Tecnology, German Cars, and other stuff...
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    6'5" (196cm) 235 pounds (106kg)
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    Replacement site for the original Evolution Forums.
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    Peter Molnar, Dennis Wolf, Ronny Rockel, Stuart Core, Kevin Levrone, Matt Mendenhall, others...
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    The Profile is real, but my profile image is not me.

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  1. Hey dude. Checked out your flickr ... very impressive collection. Kudos for all the work you put into it.

  2. Surely this belongs here.
  3. Heard this one on the 70s Channel in the car the other day. Seems appropriate for this thread. Bad, Bad, Leroy Brown by Jim Croce.
  4. Sing it Brother Trae! Can I get a hallelujah?
  5. I have never had any artistic skill when it comes to drawing, or arts and crafts type things. My art is deep understanding of technology, and my ability to explain it to the technology challenged. What I want could potentially become a new internet meme. I want a scrawny, geeky man sitting at his computer, furiously playing a game. I want a team of people sneaking up behind him in a team uniforms or t-shirts, carrying a full grown saguaro cactus which they intend to fully insert, pointy end first, into his ass. Frame one is them sneaking up on him, and frame two is the insertion and obvious look a excruciating pain and surprise on the game player's face. The objective is to annoy the enemy, and create laughter and camaraderie among team mates. I can't really afford to pay anything significant for this art work, but I can see this potentially getting passed around in Internet game chat rooms for years to come. Any takers?
  6. I have long been of the opinion that the desire for monogamy is obviously against our basic animal nature. The question becomes, does setting the expectation for monogamy help or hurt our society? I really don't know. It could be it doesn't matter too much one way or the other. Perhaps we will figure it out someday. I'm inclined to think skeptically about the value of monogamy because throughout my life, religious conservatives have been wrong about everything, so I doubt they got this one right.
  7. I'm always fascinated when someone reads the same thing I read, but comes away with a different understanding. Yes, they did seem to have a non-traditional marriage, but it did sound like they loved each other, I thought. She now seems to have spent some time since his death trying to understand what happened to him toward the end. Now she wants others to understand what happened.
  8. This article from Neurology.org explains what happened in the final months of Robin Williams life. It was a physical brain desease that pushed him over the edge. http://www.neurology.org/content/87/13/1308.full
  9. I want to be sensitive to other people's concerns, but in this day and age, some folks do seem to go out of their way to be offended by one thing or another. I think I'd want to see the entire movie before I make a judgement about the character development.