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Posted:9/1/2014 5:11:52 AM
Cute. But I'm sure it's not true.

I think it is possible that mirrors can trap spirits, anything is possible really, some things are just likelier than others. But why would be interesting to know. Is it that spirits get confused by them and enter them like a portal, does the material the mirror is made of have any effect on their entrapment etc.? Very interesting.

Regardless of what effect mirrors may have on spirits, I honestly don't like them. I'd prefer they be covered, not present, or in a very well lit room.

Posted:9/1/2014 5:09:39 AM
Believability 1.3/10
Fright Factor 9/10 *Ahem* Caught me off guard..

Posted:8/9/2014 8:18:22 PM
I think I should mention, Ayn Rand recieved welfare at the end of her life.

Posted:8/9/2014 8:16:26 PM
College is increasingly being made a wasted investment, even for those who go for practical degrees.

Posted:8/9/2014 8:15:54 PM
Yes, I just necroed this article

Posted:8/9/2014 8:15:05 PM
But hardwork does not necessarily equate to more money, therefore, you can not measure how hard someone works on how much money they have. Rich people have oppressed the poor before. It is not some alien concept. If they can deprive the poor of ways of fighting back and pay well those to keep the poor in the place, then they win. Why is that so hard to understand?

Posted:8/9/2014 7:59:58 PM
I'd watch a show like that.

Posted:8/9/2014 7:46:45 PM
We could find our own way much as the plants do, but humanity seems to have moral qualms about millions of people dying from hunger and conflicts over the few remaining resources. Plants don't have technology to prolong life and fight disease as we do obviously, so they are limited by available resources and other plants that compete for space and resources also. Unlike plants, we have developed to where we can just out-compete everything else to available resources. Furthermore, we have been able to expand greatly because of our scientific progress to the point where we are damaging the environment we need to sustain us, i.e. through desertification, releasing toxins into the soil and air. Eventually, all of this will catch us with us and we will find our way without artificial implements to lower population growth. However, as I said earlier, it would be much easier to use the artificial implements in the first place. All of this can be blamed on the inescapable fact that all environments have limits, some limits are just lower than others.