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1.The Corporate Dark Police Empire of Imperial Dark RomeCorporate Police State“The world's darkest hour, shall be our finest!”
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10.The Black Holy Ion Cannon of RadkicksCapitalizt“Ad Astra”
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In Prehistoric times:
Jimmy: "Look guys I found some meat!"
*meat is bits of bark and his friend*
Jimmy: "Let's eat!"
The Tribe: "Go away Jimmy."

Bob Hawke

The Free Land of New Fakeland wrote:Eyesight isn't just about Genetics, the environment can have a large impact, for example;
"For example, 30 years ago, around 25% of the teenagers in Singapore were nearsighted. That number is now around 80%. The difference isn't a change in the gene pool; it is more what the kids are doing these days."
-found on the interwebs somewhere

I would be worried about whether or not this is true.

You're all forgetting the easiest reason why some genetic issues could be passed along despite a lack of medical intervention -- recessive genes. I mean when you're dealing with evolution and "survival of the fittest", there's a whole boatload of complicated factors that go into why a particular gene or trait survives despite seeming like a detriment, including the fact that it may just not have been detrimental enough, but then there's those super sneaky recessive genes that just sneak their way through and keep cropping up.






Those soulless, GORGEOUS gingers. I can't stand it (that I don't have their hair and freckles)!


Very suspicious. Btw, have you guys seen this picture of London, it is gorgeous:

Wow, that's REALLY pretty! The reflection off that river turns it into a ribbon of bright silver, and I think the clouds help emphasize it rather than making it dreary. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

No problem :)

Beautiful picture by that guy.
Can't help but laugh a little, though. I mean, that's some grey London right there, haha.

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