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Unimaksu

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#85 - part 3: god i miss him  [+] (3 replies) 01/20/2016 on Anyone? 0
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#86 - Unimaksu (01/20/2016) [-]
part 4: i'll see you soon
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#87 - Unimaksu (01/20/2016) [-]
part 5: *shoots self in head*
#89 - Unimaksu (01/20/2016) [-]
**Unimaksu used "*roll picture*"**
**Unimaksu rolled image**that's technically 20 words
#84 - part 2: would've been 3 today  [+] (4 replies) 01/20/2016 on Anyone? 0
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#85 - Unimaksu (01/20/2016) [-]
part 3: god i miss him
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#86 - Unimaksu (01/20/2016) [-]
part 4: i'll see you soon
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#87 - Unimaksu (01/20/2016) [-]
part 5: *shoots self in head*
#89 - Unimaksu (01/20/2016) [-]
**Unimaksu used "*roll picture*"**
**Unimaksu rolled image**that's technically 20 words
#83 - zombie at my son  [+] (5 replies) 01/20/2016 on Anyone? 0
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#84 - Unimaksu (01/20/2016) [-]
part 2: would've been 3 today
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#85 - Unimaksu (01/20/2016) [-]
part 3: god i miss him
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#86 - Unimaksu (01/20/2016) [-]
part 4: i'll see you soon
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#87 - Unimaksu (01/20/2016) [-]
part 5: *shoots self in head*
#89 - Unimaksu (01/20/2016) [-]
**Unimaksu used "*roll picture*"**
**Unimaksu rolled image**that's technically 20 words
#4 - is the chick naked?  [+] (11 replies) 01/20/2016 on Yfw there ain't enough... +7
#5 - feedingwolves (01/20/2016) [-]
As of yesterday the nexus had two pages of mods total for Dragons Dogma: Dark Arisen, 5 of which were nude mods, with one only being specific too one NPC in particular.

So yeah probably.
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#19 - thesunpraiser (01/20/2016) [-]
Please don't let the NPC be Feste. Please.
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#16 - europe (01/20/2016) [-]
Which NPC specifically?
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#118 - TimUsher (01/20/2016) [-]
Quina
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#123 - europe (01/20/2016) [-]
But.. isn't the player's cousin?
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#124 - TimUsher (01/20/2016) [-]
Childhood friend. Their culture is analogous to Hawaiian culture in which everyone is a "cousin"
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#125 - europe (01/20/2016) [-]
Ah, and here I was thinking I had a big family
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#51 - erotictentacle (01/20/2016) [-]
The innkeeper! joke over
#7 - afaik (01/20/2016) [-]
They work on children
#48 - geofalke (01/20/2016) [-]
there are no children, just really tiny adventurers
#66 - afaik (01/20/2016) [-]
That's a way to put it
#7 - it's not officially named Luna  [+] (38 replies) 01/20/2016 on Shower Thoughts -46
#238 - anon (01/20/2016) [-]
The general public consensus is to call in luna
#28 - anon (01/20/2016) [-]
Luna is the Latin name for the moon. Like Terra is the Latin name for Earth. There's more than just English dude.
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#234 - Unimaksu (01/20/2016) [-]
yeah, but that's not a name, Luna is just the latin word for moon. saying luna in latin is just like saying "the moon". it's still not an official name like mercury, or mars.
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#154 - greyhoundfd (01/20/2016) [-]
Actually, "terra, -ae" means earth as in dirt and clay. "Mundus, -i" is the Latin name for the world.
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#76 - cherubium (01/20/2016) [-]
Our Moon has a name in every language so saying Luna is more correct than the Moon is incorrect because the Moon has no official title or scientific name.
#309 - iphraem (01/20/2016) [-]
**iphraem used "*roll picture*"**
**iphraem rolled image**luna is more correct just like homo sapiens is more correct than human, latin names are usually the scientific ("more correct") names.
#319 - cherubium (01/20/2016) [-]
Usually but in this scenario they aren't the scientific names.
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#322 - iphraem (01/20/2016) [-]
well, just as scientific as jupiter and saturn.
#323 - cherubium (01/20/2016) [-]
No it isn't.
#326 - cherubium (01/20/2016) [-]
It is a common misconception though because if it is in latin it must be the Scientific name.
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#325 - iphraem (01/20/2016) [-]
and why is that?
#332 - cherubium (01/20/2016) [-]
I can't remember why but one thing I read a while ago was that the local names were too well ingrained in the local languages that even the scientific community decided to scrap giving them official names but I can't remember if this was a true statement or not.
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#341 - iphraem (01/20/2016) [-]
its a "lunar eclipse" not a "moon eclipse". I could go on, but i m sure you see my point.
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#334 - iphraem (01/20/2016) [-]
that would make sense, but that just means that the scientific community likes to use the local names instead of the scientific names. just like scientist refer to us as "humans" more than "homo sapiens sapiens". its just more convenient. if the latin name pluto is scientific, there is no reason for the latin name luna not to be.
#342 - cherubium (01/20/2016) [-]
True but here we stand with Månen, the Moon and Luna all being the names for the same satellite but none more official than the other.
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#350 - iphraem (01/20/2016) [-]
homo sapiens sapiens and human is a perfect example for that. both just as official, human is the word in english speaking countries and homo sapiens sapiens in general science.
#352 - cherubium (01/20/2016) [-]
At this point you are just going "IT IS LATIN IT IS SCIENTIFIC!!"
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#348 - iphraem (01/20/2016) [-]
I agree they are both just as official, luna is still the scientific one and moon is the local one. if you meet a norwegian scientist who doesnt speak any english at all and tell him the big thing in the sky is called moon, he wont know what you are talking about, if you call it luna, he is gonna agree with you. greek/latin is the universial language in the scientific world.
#351 - cherubium (01/20/2016) [-]
But you are wrong because they are not scientific, the Scientific community took Lunar from Luna just as they took Heliograph and Selenograph < - (Related to the Moons surface) from Helios (Sun in greek) and Selene (Moon in greek)
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#354 - iphraem (01/20/2016) [-]
I dont see how that contradicts my argument that latin and greek are the universial languages of the scientific community.
#357 - cherubium (01/20/2016) [-]
They aren't? they are the common languages used for naming things yes but almost all scientific texts are written in english in modern times so english is the universal language of the scientific community.
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#360 - iphraem (01/20/2016) [-]
I agree english is used for text, but its not used for naming. naming is still done in greek/latin. if a new animal is discovered its not gonna be named in english. I m studying biology in college and I wish I just had to learn all the animal names in english. I still have to learn them in greek/latin (I cant even tell the difference most of the time tbh). I can see that changing to english in the future though, but that still needs some time.
#361 - cherubium (01/20/2016) [-]
True but regardless Luna, Sol and Terra has not been deemed as the scientific names for the Moon, the Sun and the Earth, you can argue however much you want that they should but as of now the fact is that they aren't.
#368 - iphraem (01/20/2016) [-]
I just found this and yeah I kinda have to agree with you. regarding astronomy atleast. definitely not biology though. but that wasnt the point anyway.
another interesting fact I found is that alot of astronomers call our galaxy just Galaxy and not milky way.
#371 - cherubium (01/20/2016) [-]
Great.
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#338 - iphraem (01/20/2016) [-]
also, its the "solar system", not the "sun system"
#343 - cherubium (01/20/2016) [-]
That is the best part because Solar system, Lunar cycles and so on was adopted.
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#200 - mikeypooh (01/20/2016) [-]
we should call our moon, the mega death laser of enchantia
#201 - cherubium (01/20/2016) [-]
#114 - randaxkull (01/20/2016) [-]
Google is a thing now.
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#236 - selfdestructo (01/20/2016) [-]
the moon has such beautiful names.
#126 - cherubium (01/20/2016) [-]
So you proved that the Moon's name in greek is Selene and in latin it is Luna?
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#145 - raskullquake (01/20/2016) [-]
We called the moon "the moon" or "luna" or whatever it is called in any language ever because it has been here forever and ancient people gave it a name.
When we discovered other celestial bodies that orbit bigger celestial bodies called planets, we called them moons because they worked like our own satellite, called the moon. Then we gave them a name based on godesses and gods.
Moon in fact is a given name, the scientific term for moon is "natural satellite".
#177 - cherubium (01/20/2016) [-]
Yes.
#129 - anon (01/20/2016) [-]
This conversation made me have deja vu.
I think two more faggots did the same discussion on this site.
#130 - cherubium (01/20/2016) [-]
Last time something was posted about the Moon I spent quite a bit saying that the Moon has no offical or scientific name so there is a huge chance I was one of those faggots.

Basicly every time something about the Moon is said these people with the misconception that the Moon is officially named Luna creep out from whatever dark hole they usually rest in.
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#6 - if her grades and behavior are bad the only thing she'll have …  [+] (2 replies) 01/19/2016 on how to properly father +8
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#16 - aGuy (01/20/2016) [-]
and getting back from school how? the bus every time. you dont want to be able to reach her if you have to?
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#31 - Unimaksu (01/20/2016) [-]
the school bus stops in front of my house and i work from home, so i can meet her when she gets off the bus. i didn't have a phone until i graduated high school, got a job, and bought my own. if i survived fine without one, she can as well