nevim

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About nevim

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  • Birthday March 13

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    Here and There
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    Anything science, reading (mainly non fiction), learning about different cultures, anthropology.
  • College Major/Degree
    Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy), University of Liverpool
  • Favorite Area of Science
    Physics
  • Biography
    Lived in eight countries.
  • Occupation
    Rehabilitation of Self following a serious accident with life changing injuries.

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  1. Like this kind of shite? https://pacifictribune.com/2017/05/29/rita-strakosha-links-gayness-light/ I think these people just exist for our amusement . THEY are the freaks of nature! And to think, while I was innocently trying to point out where -any-study-such-as-that should hold our concern, I was probably (clearly), unbeknownst to me, speaking about the actual OP ‘PERSON’ and ‘THEIR’ tendencies... lets absolutely NOT give any personal pronouns here
  2. I would say yes, it’s likely. But sexual differentiation is not something to be concerned about. If it was a similar study but with regards to expressing socio and psychopathic tendencies instead, then there would be need to be very concerned.
  3. nevim

    How do I close my account

    I really like reading your posts/threads/questions and contributions. You come across as a nice, deep guy. Personally, I think maybe your humour was mistook for an attack earlier. Don’t leave. Please.
  4. Meredith - I wonder if you have heard of Munchausen’s Syndrome? If not, I strongly recommend you read about it.
  5. Got one of these bad boys for my birthday recently.

    So thank you to whoever posted the link to this video some months ago (maybe Moontanman? Maybe beecee?).

     

     

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    2. nevim

      nevim

      Relax @DrP and @MigL

      I don’t shoot cats. I don’t even shoot people. It was just a joke, although I see not a very funny one!

       

      i just want to shoot flies :)

      And I gave you upvotes cos your posts made me laugh and I would likely react the same if I thought someone was seriously suggesting shooting cats :o...

    3. DrP

      DrP

      Sorry nevim maybe I over reacted.

       @koti  It's not just cat violence - it's any cruelty to animals really that isn't for survival purposes. I don't want to be a hypocrite though - I hunted when I was younger and shot a bird I wasn't going to eat. I think I've learnt the error of my ways though. I also kill some bugs, flys and mozzies if they bother me.

      I don't understand some people's hatred for cats, dogs, foxes, squirrels or certain birds. They seethe with hatred for them and it is dumb imo - they are lovely animals. :-( 

       

       

       

    4. koti

      koti

      @DrP I’m with you on this 100%, I too am severely allergic to useless animal cruelty especially when its for „fun”, it brings out the worst kind of agression in me.

  6. nevim

    What Love Is

    Not really - there is platonic love: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Platonic_love
  7. If you think you are being poisoned, you should get some blood tests done.
  8. I don’t know about the research you mention above but it has been shown that depressed people use language differently. This could then illicit different responses from people they are in contact with, IMO. http://theconversation.com/people-with-depression-use-language-differently-heres-how-to-spot-it-90877 Language can be separated into two components: content and style. The content relates to what we express – that is, the meaning or subject matter of statements. It will surprise no one to learn that those with symptoms of depression use an excessive amount of words conveying negative emotions, specifically negative adjectives and adverbs – such as “lonely”, “sad” or “miserable”. More interesting is the use of pronouns. Those with symptoms of depression use significantly more first person singular pronouns – such as “me”, “myself” and “I” – and significantly fewer second and third person pronouns – such as “they”, “them” or “she”. This pattern of pronoun use suggests people with depression are more focused on themselves, and less connected with others. Researchers have reported that pronouns are actually more reliable in identifying depression than negative emotion words.
  9. nevim

    Have you ever been a troll online?

    Well, you don’t appear to be trolling today
  10. As long as you help around the home I’m sure she’s ok with it.
  11. You beat me to it! So, perhaps you can be a good listener instead?
  12. You are such a sweetheart
  13. nevim

    Can a person be hacked?

    Have you read about this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_MKUltra