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About zapatos

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  • Birthday October 11

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    St. Louis
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    BS, MBA
  • Favorite Area of Science
    Cosmology
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    Scientific and Medical Publishing

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  1. Yeah, that's the point I didn't realize. I naively assumed it was like throwing more wood on top of a fire.
  2. Why is it that there are such colorful descriptions of all things sex? Maybe there should be a thread on that... 🍑🍆😆
  3. Not me. You are the one who made the claim. Don't ask me to collect evidence to support the veracity of your claim. Asking someone detailed questions about their onanistic practices is not on my "to-do" list. Did you observe them shucking corn or did you ask them if they'd been badgering the witness?
  4. I should have been more direct. What evidence do you have that masturbation is helping to avoid cheating? It sounds like you are just making that claim because it seems right to you, not because it is necessarily true.
  5. So I guess masturbating doesn't cause people to avoid cheating after all. Thanks for clarifying.
  6. Interesting. I've known a number of people who cheated, but I didn't realize they also didn't masturbate.
  7. Pretty good, but not for the person wearing it. Its main benefit is for slowing the spread of COVID when an infected person wears it.
  8. I suspect that once Jupiter is brought to the sun, gravity will be able to handle the transfer just fine.
  9. A short while after starting the fire there is a bed of hot coals that will ignite the wood when turned over. I could remove all the sticks and logs then just place one fresh piece on top of the coals and it will be in flames within a minute or so.
  10. In my experience as a fire sits undisturbed, the flames slowly reduce and the heat level goes down. Given enough time the majority of logs will be consumed. If I want more flame and thus more heat I turn the logs over. Perhaps we are talking about different aspects of the burning process, but I see people 'instinctively' picking up a long stick to poke at the fire and expose more of the unburned fuel to the coals.
  11. I'm a bit confused by this. If you turn a log over, instead of one side of the log burning you now have two sides of the log burning. Even if the originally burning side slows combustion, the newly burning side will soon be burning at the rate of the originally burning side (even faster for a while).
  12. Then it shouldn't matter much whether you flip or not. Just make sure you maintain plenty of air flow to allow for complete combustion. As long as you have good airflow the only thing flipping the wood does is change how quickly the heat is generated.
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