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About Thymine

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    Illegal fun under the sun
  • Birthday 05/26/1995

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    So what about earthquakes? Earthquakes are the result of sudden energy in the Earth's crust that creates seismic waves. In some places, earthquakes can be part of everyday life, while in others it just never happens. But then again, you probably already knew that. So maybe it's that because of the sudden disaster that happened in Haiti, I wanted to ask. Have you ever lived through an earthquake? What are your opinion on earthquakes in general? Have you ever even done an Earthquake drill? Fortunately, I've never lived through an actual earthquake (However, it seems that Puerto Rico is actually overdue). I have practiced earthquakes drills all my life, though. Now that the Haiti earthquake occured, there's been an overhype for drills in my school, and I'll probably get one in a few weeks.
  2. Isn't being a Biological structure fun? :D

  3. Now some of you might be wondering what the term Ancient astronauts is, while some already know its definition. But for those who don't, I'll give a quick synopsis. The Ancient Astronaut theory rellies on the belief that extraterrestial aliens once visited Earth millions of years ago to help in our earliest phases of civilization. Usually, believers in this theory say that aliens helped to shape up our religion, culture, and even technology. Some even believe that most, if not all deites are influenced in past aliens. Most of these theories where popularized in the 1980's by writers like Erick Von Daniken, Zecharia Sitchin, Robert K.G. Temple, and David Icke. The most popular Ancient Astronaut interventions are supposedly the creation of the pyramids, the Moai in Eastern Island, and the Nazca lines. What does this mean? What do you believe? Do you really think that aliens helped shape our civilization? A lot of people believe in the Ancient Astronaut theory, and maybe between all of us, we can help and shape our ideas. Personally, I don't believe in the Ancient Astronaut theory. I think that we humans where and are capable of doing great works of art even thousand of years ago. Besides, no concrete evidence of the ancient astronaut theory has ever been reported. For example, don't you think that if pyramids where built by aliens, shouldn't we see any of their junk around the area? By contrast, we can actually see to some extent how Egypcians might have built the pyramid and we certainly knew they existed. But now I ask you, what do you think?
  4. My current avatar is of the biological structure found in DNA called Thymine. Oh fun! Biology! Since I'm a bit of a Science geek and I am currently taking Biology (Especially DNA and genetics), this is the result. I'm rooting to study something scientific once I get to college <3
  5. Possibly the first game I ever played was Sonic Triple Trouble on the Sega Gamegear. When everyone was playing the Gameboy Color and probably the early Gameboy Advance, my brother lent me his Sega Gamegear with games like Power Rangers, a puzzle game, and Sonic Triple Trouble. However, the only game I have really decent memories was of the Sonic one. I loved the game, and my favorite character was Tails (Back when I used to be younger, I absolutley adored Tails <3). This was a really nice introduction to the Sonic series, I think. I remember being in Kindergarten and telling kids that I loved Sonic XD Then a few years later I remember going to a Dennis and my grandmother bought me a Sonic Underground plushie. I think I still have it to this day, but it's actually torn up in some areas. I've never been able to forget when my grandma bought it for me, though.
  6. Because these topics are always interesting, and because I searched lightly and didn't find anything... what kind of music do you listen to, and why? Everyone listens to music, whether it's Elevator Music or Death Metal, whatever. It would be easy to see the responses, and see what kind of music people here listen to. In my case I tend to listen to a lot of different music genres. I can listen to Jazz, Classical, Country, Reggea, Rock, doesn't matter. However, my favourite musical style is Heavy metal (Especially NWOBHM and Thrash metal). I really love Heavy Metal, and to be honest, I don't even know why... I guess I just like it. Probably my favorite metal bands are Iron Maiden, Slayer, Judas Priests, and Led Zeppelin. Even then, though, I guess the band that I most like is the blues-rock act called Cream. So, what kind of music do you like, and why?
  7. Hello there thanks for the nice message, heaven knows I could do with more of those. So, nice to meet you.

  8. Thymine

    Fun in the Snow

    Wow, Snow is so pretty. Yet I've never seen any in real life =/ Guess it kind of sucks to live in a tropical island all year long sometimes. But just like some people say, 'I can't imagine christmas without snow', I can say, 'I can't imagine Christmas with snow'. I think the lowest temperature I've ever been has been like, really low seventies or something like that XDD
  9. Resident Evil 3 Unfortunately, this movie surprised me in a bad way. When I saw it (About two years ago, on theaters), I thought the movie was going to be badass. Why wouldn't it be? A movie based on a popular horror movie franchise would have probably been pretty good, right? Not really. At least I didn't like it. The movie was too bland. Frankly, I just found the movie to be pretty boring. Nothing was really thrilling, and despite the fact that I've never played the videogames, there's nothing really similar to the games other than the post Apocalyptic scenario. To top it off, the soundtrack was the same song played over and over again... geez, it was just dissapointing. Public Enemies What really surprised be about Public Enemies was that it wasn't as good as I thought it would have been. It was too average, and I expected it to be slightly better. The scenes are varied, from entertaining, to just plain boring. Sadly, I'd like to think that Public Enemies could have been the movie of the year, but for me it just landed on the 'better than average' list. Inglourious Basterds Now this movie is a real treat. I underestimated the film the first time I saw it, but I actually fell in love with it. It's a different kind of World War II movie, which makes it special. It's a comedy, and despite the fact that it is cruel, it's actually kind of funny (Even though the last scene is actually sorta hard to watch). I don't mind long movies, so this was easy to tolerate. And on the other hand, I didn't know Brad Pitt could be that funny.
  10. My God, it seems like forever since the last time I've been here. I'd like to say I've returned to the forum, and hopefully I'll stick around for a while. I really miss this place =/ For those who don't know me, I go around here by the name of Oscar Wilde. I've been registered in the SSMB community for about three, maybe four years. I joined the forum when I was ten, and now I'm actually fourteen. My real name is Ana, I'm a girl, I live in San Juan, Puerto Rico XD. I enjoy music, literature, history, science, and just studying in general. I'm a bookworm. I'm into practically any kind of music, but my favorite is Heavy Metal (Bands like Iron Maiden, Led Zeppelin, Venom, whatever). I decided to come back after thinking of all the cool people who are in this forum. But I also guess that my friend DarkJedi's comments about SSMB did make me ask myself how the forum was doing. So like I said, hope I can stay around here for a while. Don't hesitate to contact me, I'd like to get in touch with this place and get to know more people =P
  11. Happah Burv Dey


  13. Here are some others: -Philosopher and occultist Aleister Crowley had an intense rivalry with writer William Butler Yeats. -Albert Hoffman, the daddy of LSD, died on 2008 being 102 years old. -Hugh Heffner, creator of Playboy magazine, has a daughter who's pretty much the one who deals with the details of the magazine itself. -Gout is arthritis in the feet. -There's actually a communist party in the United States, however, it's so unknown, that not even Americans know it exists. -President Barrack Obama is taller than Dmitriy Medvedev (Russian President) and Nicholas Sarkozy (French President). -Charles Darwin was hated when he introduced his evolution theory more than 100 years ago. Today, millions of people still hate him. -Kids get more congestion around the ears than adults. -The Baphomet is known as the Horned God. -Anton LaVey created what is now known as LaVeyan Satanism. -Biafra doesn't exist anymore; as a matter of fact, the country lasted two years. Some legacy, huh? -The payloads for modern rockets are less than what the rocket model Armstrong used to go to the moon was. -In Cambodia, child prostitution is legal; thus enabling a lot of sex tourism.
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