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Leon Paul
App developer. Music and Social Media. Military Intel and training software, Ex-Fintech. Martial Artist. I also play drums.
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Leon Paul Jun 24
Replying to @memcculloch
Sure, but we can’t have students just picking random subjects to question their teachers about in class, can we? There might be 30 other kids in that room who need to learn quadratic equations!
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Leon Paul Jun 24
Replying to @memcculloch
And I doubt that the student had been experimenting with chromosomes! Let alone hormones, reproductive anatomy, psychology and the other wide range of factors which would be relevant to said experiment. I think he just wanted an arguement!
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Leon Paul Jun 24
Replying to @memcculloch
It might have been a maths class
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Leon Paul Jun 24
Replying to @memcculloch
Is anyone going to point out that students don’t get to rant about gender in the middle of a class? Sounds like he was being a cantankerous little sod to me. Accusing his teacher of wasting 30 mins of his time!? Please...
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Leon Paul Jun 24
Was this what Tesla referred to as the “Ether” - tiny vibrations which power everything?
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Leon Paul Jun 4
Replying to @memcculloch
Feel free to put shorter clips or edited highlights on here too 🙏
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Leon Paul May 29
Replying to @JohnCleese
London is definitely an English city. So can you be more clear about what you are saying about London? It sounds like there is an element in the city you PERSONALLY don’t like... is that the case? Care to elaborate?
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Leon Paul May 25
Your telling me the Arya is a more popular name than Jamie, which has been common for hundreds of years? That’s strange
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Leon Paul May 24
Replying to @memcculloch
I think the Greeks had a word for that 🤔 oh yeah DEMOCRACY
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Leon Paul May 24
Replying to @memcculloch
Decentralised currency may present a solution
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Leon Paul May 24
Replying to @TherealNihal
Nah
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Leon Paul May 21
Where there are borders or minorities there are often clashes and problems. Certain people will look at this and say “minorities cause problems!” - I do not believe that is the case. That’s a misinterpretation of the data.
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Leon Paul May 21
Has this test ever even been tried!?
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Leon Paul May 21
I love New York! ☺️
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Leon Paul May 21
But it’s not completely diverse is it? It’s somewhat segregated and there is a powerful majority. What if powerful majorities are the problem, not minorities?
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Leon Paul May 21
A completely diverse society, one composed of a random and even mix of all races and cultures, would not have any minorities. I predict that would work best! 😮
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Leon Paul May 21
Interesting theory...
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Leon Paul May 20
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Leon Paul May 20
There’s tonnes of evidence that diverse groups work better
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