Amount of texts to »random« 31, and there are 31 texts (100.00%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 189 Characters
Average Rating 2.968 points, 5 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 18th 2000, 03:49:31 wrote
pazuzu about random
Latest text on Jan 8th 2007, 18:58:34 wrote
Emma Example about random
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on Nov 15th 2002, 09:50:21 wrote
hamid about random

on Jul 19th 2004, 17:33:31 wrote
$))))))))))))))))))$$E about random

on Jul 23rd 2002, 18:38:48 wrote
alexandre rossi about random

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whatevernext96 wrote on Jan 26th 2002, 21:15:04 about

random

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'You were the result of a decision that followed a random event'. I'm still trying to work this one out. It seems so cosmic in its implications – Big Bang, perhaps? Our Maker so distraught with the randomness of the initial explosion that He was rushed into the wrong decision about the evolution of the universe (this one, at any rate).

Mazzy wrote on May 19th 2000, 23:31:48 about

random

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Any truly random distribution throws up patterns, small pockets of ordered behaviour that seem to be unaccountably non-random and yet, by their very existence, help to confirm that the selection has been arrived at purely by chance.

Josef wrote on Mar 9th 2001, 07:04:29 about

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The random word of the day is »knee.« Ok, I admit it... it's not random at all. I planned it all along! And I would have gotten away with it too, if it wasn't for you pesky kids... and your dog!

pazuzu wrote on Apr 18th 2000, 03:49:31 about

random

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The essence of our existence is randominity; for life to become possible in any universe it must have perfect conditions from the very beginning, and for ours to exist there must be millions more too objective to be observed by any subjective mind. Of course, no one will ever know them, just as you will never know God, and you will never know your friends and lovers. You are defined by yourself, and thus you will never exceed your boundaries, but lucky you are to have any...

tollkirsch wrote on Dec 27th 2000, 15:53:06 about

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It is less than a random experience meeting, say, on a winter road, with one of the »alces alces« family. More friendly than a velociraptor (and considerably bigger, too), it still can caus quite a big bang, an off goes your bonnet. More of a random experience is having a room in a hotel right next to the elevator motor. Now you know a) what »whining« really means (you never dared asking your grandmother, did you) and b) what a random experience is. Some people put making love under this category, which others categorically (albeit not randomly) deny. Why? I – er – dunno.

Some random keywords

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witch
Created on Jan 1st 2001, 23:07:17 by Silberfinger, contains 21 texts

factors
Created on Nov 21st 2000, 21:55:04 by rahelab, contains 6 texts

scruffy
Created on Jul 10th 2000, 12:21:39 by Klarabella, contains 8 texts

nitez
Created on Mar 2nd 2002, 15:25:34 by sandra dawkinson, contains 5 texts

Some random keywords in the german Blaster

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Created on Feb 12th 1999, 17:11:53 by maw, contains 38 texts

HA
Created on Mar 17th 2002, 21:12:11 by Verda, contains 34 texts

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Created on Oct 19th 1999, 10:29:08 by Thomas, contains 104 texts

DerSagenumwobeneKelchDerKotze073
Created on Oct 15th 2002, 22:18:23 by Paranoiisierungspopanz, contains 11 texts


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