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The use of "one" was meant to be ironic. 
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My newest piece of work. Still has no title. A bit of swearing, in case that makes you uncomftorable
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Ok, +Emma Gajewski that sounds like a great way to keep the pages turning.  I would say, though, try to work on a little bit more of a hook at the beginning of the story-- I don't know, a sentence about how the person was immortal or whatever to make the reader form questions in their heads.
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I was at Disney for the past week, and hadn't a chance to check on here or get on. 
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well at least i said it with exclamation points:)!!!
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So, I used to have a profile, and then I sorta stopped going on. So, here is the revised one: 
Name: Emma
Age:14
Godly Parent: Athena
Looks: blonde hair, usually in a ponytail or just free. And bluish grey eyes. Glasses. Usually wearing a green pendant for protection. Jeans and t-shirt. Grey converse, or leather boots. 
Weapon Of Choice: bow and a small dagger
Likes: books, trees, internet, food, singing, writing
Dislikes: unintelligent people, spiders, meat
Bio: was claimed when 8 years old and brought to Camp, after using wits to save a son of Aphrodite. Was blessed with charmespeak from Aphrodite after that. Ran about the countryside for a few years, fighting monsters. Helped with the Titan battle. And (Egyptian for anyone who's read the Kane Chronicles) hosts the god Set and works at the Fifth Nome. 
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A quick little poem I wrote: 
There will always be a place, a place to play.
 Where thoughts and time just fade away.  
These places are not easy to find,
 but going there will sooth your mind.
Into the wind, will your thoughts stray,
 and go not to you while you play.
But mind you, do not stray,
or that wind will carry you away.
As you bundle flowers into a bouquet,
do think not of your troubles, that seem far away.
The trees rise high and the grass sways.
A gentle kiss of the breeze brings you back,
and as you reset, your mind at ease,
 the thoughts of the place come rushing back.
These places to not go away,
but linger often the more you stay.  
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Good poem
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Anyone have any theories on what would happen if humans were capable of using 100% of our brain capacity?  
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+Selena Cook That's probably the clearest thought I've seen on this topic yet. Why on Earth we you awake at 4? 
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The patterns and swirls of the gold against the shimmery pearl pink of the vest. How it complimented the fine jewels of diamonds and crystal stones. And O! how the full skirt came cascading down from her hips, and dragged the train across the ballroom floor as she danced. If only she saw the beauty of her smile against her clear cheeks. And her gold hair falling in curls down her back and over her shoulders. How her red lips complimented her smile. And as she bowed, the crystal tiara did not budge from her head. The beauty that the ball procession saw was not the same as she, the beautiful, saw. In the looking glass she saw a monster, but that be not her, but how she hath seeth herself in the looking glass.  


This is a paragraph I started writing earlier this year and it was just meant to be a poem at the time and now it's sorta spiraled out of control from this to a super long sonnet and I have no idea how it happened.
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Exactly . 
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So, writing fantasy can be tricky. But I found this website on tumblr earlier this month. It has ready made descriptions and names that are 100% legal to use, so no copyrighting on the words or anything. Anyway, I've found it helpful so decided to share. 
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Agreed. I'm not really working on anything fantasy at the moment, but it's still helpful. 
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Name: Emma or (in Elvish) Gilrean Fallassion. 
Race: Silvan Elf
Land: Mirkwood
Weapons: bow and sword
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I have a question that involves neuroscience, which is traditionally a branch of biology. I'm trying to write on what would happen if humans had the ability to use 100% of our brain capacity on a daily basis. There is much controversy on this matter, and am trying to get any and all opinions that I can get. Any thoughts?  
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Asking if we could use 100% of our brain capacity is a little like asking if we could use 100% of our muscle capacity.  Doing what and how?  To do anything muscles co-ordinate with each other.   The question itself is a flawed understanding of how the system. works.  There's not a "muscle capacity" like an accelerator on a car pushed to the maximum.  Muscles are specialized to tasks, and different muscles work together differently based on the task, and even how you've chosen to do the task.   Even something as simple as lifting a bar-bell involves a lot of muscles, not all of which are used at capacity.  The muscles in your feet keep you upright and are essential, but you wouldn't really be able to lift the barbell any better if you strained them more.

The brain is similar in that there's very different systems at play.
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Okay, this has to do with an idea I have. I want to ask some opinions and thoughts. What do you think humans could do if we used 100% of our brain capacity. 



There is some controversy with this matter, so I want to see the most common argument 
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This is an awesome idea! I kind of agree with you. Human brains are pretty powerful so who knows what they can do at 100%
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AP student at CCHS and clarinet in the marching band. Amateur writer who gets distracted by the internet way too often. I don't do anything with my life other than sit around eating and taking crappy selfies. Still has second hand-embarrassment from 12 year old me. Currently the most hated person at my school due to terrible jokes and puns that I yell at unsuspecting passer-by's. 


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fluent in American sign language, plays clarinet, level 79 in LOTRO
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