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    Jaric is probably wondering WTH you all are talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maestro Nobones
    noobs are the best thing ever.

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    I feel cheap, this sand bagging **** ain't me man, it ain't me......

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    I decided to look over thier site a little. And found this

    http://home.xtra.co.nz/hosts/Wingmak...%20Travel.html

    They acctaully believe time travel is possible.

    I'm guessing these idiots have no idea what a time paradox is.

    They acctually look more like a cult than anything because they make several references to them communicating with intergalactic life as well as being able to travel in space.

    They talk about "source codes" as gate ways to other dimentiones.

    I think we have found something that is acctually more pathetic than Ashida Kim, Phil, and Westwind all put together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dai-Tenshi
    I am sorry for asking this but, What makes you think ki does not exsist?
    I am just wondering..........
    Well there was that 10 year old girl who though of a way to see if those chi doctors where frauds. (you know those doctors who apparently move chi around to heal you)

    Anyways what she did was make a divider with two holes, large enough to put your hands in (1 in each). The person on the other side of the divider would put their hand under one of the hands of the chi doctor. Now technicaly since you can feel someones chi, they should know which hand has the person hand near it and even if they didn't they have a 50/50 chance of getting it right.

    I can't remember the exact results but they where pathetic. A large majority failed the test, I think it was over 10 tries or something.

    I'm sure you could find out more information on it, if you googled it up or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Namrepus221
    I decided to look over thier site a little. And found this

    http://home.xtra.co.nz/hosts/Wingmak...%20Travel.html

    They acctaully believe time travel is possible.

    I'm guessing these idiots have no idea what a time paradox is.

    They acctually look more like a cult than anything because they make several references to them communicating with intergalactic life as well as being able to travel in space.

    They talk about "source codes" as gate ways to other dimentiones.

    I think we have found something that is acctually more pathetic than Ashida Kim, Phil, and Westwind all put together.
    it's true most cults do beieve in such things. I went to a private school and they made us watch a video every year on cults.

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