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petespin

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do we live the 'real life';
« on: March 23, 2015, 06:29:57 PM »
hello my first day is too busy  relate with posting on different sections, but the title does intrigue u , what if u wake up one morning and figuring out  that almost all the things they teaching u on school , about how life could be are mostly wrong , and believe it this is the truth  that find out as i grown up after searching for years , more on the way people regards pete


 

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Re: do we live the 'real life';
« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2015, 06:44:43 PM »
'all my life  ive been looking for the answers to the  questions you never asked'            new found glory 'this disaster'my favorite group
 

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Re: do we live the 'real life';
« Reply #2 on: March 23, 2015, 06:46:15 PM »
Wow!
Great post! So open to interpretation...
 

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Re: do we live the 'real life';
« Reply #3 on: March 23, 2015, 07:04:19 PM »
kav i have to go now iam  busy but as u can understand with anythging extremely unsual like this i will face  .... some kind of mockery [did i say it right;] people they re not in a position to accept many things i llpost here, well continue tommorow cheers pete
 

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Re: do we live the 'real life';
« Reply #4 on: March 24, 2015, 01:06:21 PM »
Hi petespin,

You raise some great issues with your post. I'm one of those (few) who believe that we are being taught the wrong things about life. That our "virtues" and "sins" as defined by the society are a misunderstanding of life. Even if one is not being mocked, one definitely feels alone if one thinks freely.

Not accidentally there is a piece of Nietzsche in the site, called "The way of the Creating one".
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"He who seeks may easily get lost himself. All isolation is wrong": so say the herd. And long did you belong to the  herd. The voice of the herd will still echo in you. And when you say "I have no longer a conscience in common with you," then  it will be a plaint and a pain. Lo, that pain itself did the same conscience produce; and the last gleam of that conscience still glows on your affliction.

The point is, no matter how strong minded or free spirit someone is, the herd's teachings and values will always echo in him and hunt him.

PS: The problem is that free thinkers are not necessarily "better persons" whatever the definition of a "better person" might be. You see the mind is just part of the whole we are.
 

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Re: do we live the 'real life';
« Reply #5 on: March 25, 2015, 02:08:38 AM »
'and GOD shall wipe away all tears from their eyes and thre shall be no more ,death, neither sorrow,nor crying,neither shall there be anymore pain, for the former things are passed away' revelation 21.4. this subparagraph refers to a future world , please compare our world with that future world , from my side of view this only can be a real life , well first off u have to accept this as the truth , i know its very hard to believe that someday death will be past , its something unbielievable , from my side it is normal in a sense that people are imperfect created , so for our limited logic it sounds weird , but there are some other parameters like say ,no sorrow , no pain , meaning perfect health, eternal youth , happiness , this can be a 'real life' dont u think; wait your comments
 

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Re: do we live the 'real life';
« Reply #6 on: March 25, 2015, 04:35:14 PM »
after today s german airbus crash which costs the life in 150 innocent people , think about how weak we are all and comes in my mind those words from above again and again, and it doesn t suprised me all this silence anyway from the beginning this is for very few, probably  not even for me .cheers pete
 

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Re: do we live the 'real life';
« Reply #7 on: March 25, 2015, 05:21:19 PM »
correction, this is was for very few for those where dream a better world
 

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Re: do we live the 'real life';
« Reply #8 on: May 27, 2015, 04:00:03 PM »
I am soon 70, born after the last ugly ww11.  I was born in a Nordic country. The chance to be born is very low, and the timing and place is important.

The time goes on and  have we  have ever  seen any better time in all, time between 1947 to today in the Nordic.

I am pessimistic for the future, it may be business as usual, my lifetime was a win in a slot, two Cherry at least.

Do learn what  % is, it is double time as martingale, and will end not good. Grows economic or raw stuff is not endless, but any rise using % is. Do the math 7% is double in ten years, which means ten years use the same as all time before. Infinite can not use finite.

If you bust from martingale you may understand.
 

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Re: do we live the 'real life';
« Reply #9 on: May 29, 2015, 03:23:12 PM »
In my language (Danish) "gale" might mean "mad".
So Martingale must have been invented by MAD MARTIN! Yes, Per!
Some days ago I saw the documentary film "le sel de la terre" (Salt of The Earth).
The great German film maker Wim Wenders portraits a photographer born in Brazil.
This photographer first lived in real bad and evil World, where he took Pictures of wounded , starving and dying people in war regions. It might not be too healthy, and he broke down.
Later he focused on more positive aspects of life. Together with his Family he restored and replanted
where he was born. The dried out land was transformed into a forest; and animals came back.
A very positive film after all.
                                                            Dane
 

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Re: do we live the 'real life';
« Reply #10 on: May 29, 2015, 10:09:29 PM »
In my language (Danish) "gale" might mean "mad".
So Martingale must have been invented by MAD MARTIN! Yes, Per!


If you ask me, Martin-gale always reminds me the Nightin-gale!:-D
There is also an expression where I come from: "we have paid the cuckoo bird for nightingale..." which means that you are paying more than the value of a given good or service.
 

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Re: do we live the 'real life';
« Reply #11 on: May 30, 2015, 05:24:48 AM »
If the Martingale or Grand Martingale is a proof of anda  sure loser, then we can let the casino play it.
On a no zero a reverse martingale has hard to lose. Sometimes but rare it will need Days for Catch up.
That made some casinos to put time restrictions on theire NO Zero Wheels, and narrow the spread a few years ago, while hitting from many bots.  They had limit "free spins" before to lock out to many
negative martingalers which consume bandwidth more than play. Reverse Grand Martingale bet every spin.  After taxing winnings pro session instead of net withdraw  made it expensive to Close a game and continue next day.

If something come up which  gives a player a favour, the casino counter, for sure.
 

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Re: do we live the 'real life';
« Reply #12 on: May 30, 2015, 06:52:45 AM »
So BlueAngel too loves playing with Words!
Jesper seems to prefer the positive progression called REVERSE MARTINGALE OR PAROLI.
The problem with this: We never know exactly when to stop! So in the middle of long streak of
 hits we still don´t know for sure if the NEXT spin brings double  or nothing (back to start). Rather hard for the nervous system.
Inspired by paroli I developed this version: I bet both RED & EVEN at the same time.
And I only practiced paroli right after winning both at the same time. In all other cases: Back to start.
There is an uneven distribution: Only eight of the 18 red numbers are EVEN.
This means that in most cases  we´ll step down from the progression in a good way (winning here and losing there)!
 

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Re: do we live the 'real life';
« Reply #13 on: May 30, 2015, 09:27:32 AM »
I play one chip(often 0.05 cent, until I am back, and only use the paroli to Catch up. If 200 back I have lost for 200 spins, and the Chance it would be a run to Catch up is almost sure,
 

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Re: do we live the 'real life';
« Reply #14 on: May 30, 2015, 01:25:09 PM »
I think we have moved from the initial subject/topic, however there is another topic which is explaining all the later things we have discussed here.
The link: [size=78%]http://rouletteforum.roulette30.com/index.php/topic,272.0.html[/size]