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Compiling Wisdom

Postby Andioje » Fri Jul 03, 2009 4:10 am UTC

I remember seeing a thread a while ago on a forum, possibly this one, in which members were asked to contribute a piece of wisdom. I recently decided to take up collecting wisdom, and started using Omegle as a way to find pieces of wisdom. However, after having nearly 40 conversations and getting only 10 pieces of wisdom, I realized that the process is a little slow on Omegle, and if I want to acquire larger amounts of wisdom I will need to expand my sources. So I ask you first, the xkcd community: Would you like to share a piece of wisdom with humanity? Just one piece that, when combined with others, will create a compendium of human ideas. The wisdom need not make sense, or be particularly useful, but must simply be at least one sentence. The only limitation I place is for wisdom to be appropriate enough to not get a normal person reported on a forum. Wisdom will be checked for appropriateness before being added to the compilation.

Please, rather than posting it here, e-mail your piece of wisdom to wisdomcompiler@gmail.com . Please feel free to bump the thread so that others can see it too however.

tl;dr: Looking for wisdom, Omegle too slow, need more wisdom. Send wisdom to wisdomcompiler@gmail.com

Thank you for your time.

Edit: Feel free to include any kind of username or identification in your e-mail to associate your wisdom with its contributor. Completely optional of course.
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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby poxic » Fri Jul 03, 2009 4:29 am UTC

It's not having what you want; it's wanting what you have.

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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby Splendid » Fri Jul 03, 2009 4:54 am UTC

There should be a rule that if you post in here (even to continue the inevitable conversation) you have to at least add a piece of wisdom.

My wisdom? Bottom line, the Sega Dreamcast was underrated.

EDIT: In case you were wanting actual wisdom, I've discovered that re: girls, I like to think of it as the 80/20 rule, 80% mental, 20% physical. That is, 4/5 of the attraction to a girl has to come from a mental connection, like humor, interests, etc. Merely 1/5 is physical because once we start to get old, the looks go away and you're stuck talking to an annoying mindless bimbo.
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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby Andioje » Fri Jul 03, 2009 5:16 am UTC

Two the first two replies: Excellent pieces of wisdom, but it would be very helpful if you could e-mail them to the address above, makes it much easier for me to deal with the pieces without having to visit the forum every day to check for new posts. Thanks.
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Postby fjafjan » Fri Jul 03, 2009 5:18 am UTC

missing package: lnglife3-6, shutting down

what? :P

okey, I will play along

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Postby poxic » Fri Jul 03, 2009 5:53 am UTC

Andioje wrote:Two the first two replies: Excellent pieces of wisdom, but it would be very helpful if you could e-mail them to the address above, makes it much easier for me to deal with the pieces without having to visit the forum every day to check for new posts. Thanks.

poxic wrote:It's not having what you want; it's wanting what you have.

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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby lulzfish » Fri Jul 03, 2009 8:13 am UTC

Piece of Wisdom:

E-mail is a pain in the ass. IM seems to be disappearing, too. Are people only communicating via text now, or is e-mail still prevalent on smartphones?

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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby Whelan » Fri Jul 03, 2009 8:36 am UTC

My favourite piece of Wisdom came from my mum, after being asked to help with some cooking "Life's too short to stuff mushrooms"
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Postby singlefin » Fri Jul 03, 2009 9:07 am UTC

Good judgment comes from experience, but experience comes from bad judgment.

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Postby Von Haus » Fri Jul 03, 2009 9:24 am UTC

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Postby GoodRudeFun » Fri Jul 03, 2009 9:41 am UTC

Splendid wrote:
EDIT: In case you were wanting actual wisdom, I've discovered that re: girls, I like to think of it as the 80/20 rule, 80% mental, 20% physical. That is, 4/5 of the attraction to a girl has to come from a mental connection, like humor, interests, etc. Merely 1/5 is physical because once we start to get old, the looks go away and you're stuck talking to an annoying mindless bimbo.


I want to expand on this. We can only expect to be "attractive" from the ages of 15 to 30. There are obviously a few exceptions, but for the most part that's all we get. That's 15 years, if we say the average person lives to be 75, that's 1/5th of our lives.

So you're pretty much spot on with that one. Looks are nice, but not really that important in the long run.



The most important question, in my opinion, is "what do you want?" Sounds simple, but its implications are far reaching. Your needs are essentially met, there is apparently no grand meaning for you to fulfill, so the purpose of your life falls upon that little question: what do you want?

Thats all the wisdom I have.

EDIT: shush >.>
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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby fjafjan » Fri Jul 03, 2009 10:27 am UTC

GoodRudeFun wrote:
I want to expand on this. We can only expect to be "attractive" from the ages of 15 to 35. There are obviously a few exceptions, but for the most part that's all we get. That's 15 years

Why are the pretty ones always so dumb?
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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby SlyReaper » Fri Jul 03, 2009 10:50 am UTC

Because they have been able to rely on their appearance rather than their minds. So the mind atrophies. There are exceptions to this of course.

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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby bbq » Fri Jul 03, 2009 11:01 am UTC

Wisdom: If you decide to bend the laws of mathematics to fit your theorem, someone will notice, more often than not, straight away.
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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby SlyReaper » Fri Jul 03, 2009 11:39 am UTC

bbq wrote:Wisdom: If you decide to bend the laws of mathematics to fit your theorem, someone will notice, more often than not, straight away.

Did your professor catch you out? :P
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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby bbq » Fri Jul 03, 2009 11:53 am UTC

GoodRudeFun wrote:
I want to expand on this. We can only expect to be "attractive" from the ages of 15 to 35. There are obviously a few exceptions, but for the most part that's all we get. That's 15 years, if we say the average person lives to be 75, that's 1/5th of our lives.

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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby SlyReaper » Fri Jul 03, 2009 12:04 pm UTC

That's not bending the laws of mathematics, that's a straightforward mistake.
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Postby sethicus » Fri Jul 03, 2009 5:24 pm UTC

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Postby Mother Superior » Fri Jul 03, 2009 5:42 pm UTC

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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby i_ll_winn » Fri Jul 03, 2009 6:11 pm UTC

Most times believing something is right is more important than that thing actually being right.
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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby Rakysh » Fri Jul 03, 2009 6:31 pm UTC

There are no causes worth dying for. You can pick up another five causes on any street corner, but you only have one life.

Not a nice thing to have to learn, but I think it's important.

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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby Indon » Fri Jul 03, 2009 6:44 pm UTC

SlyReaper wrote:Wisdom: wise truisms are rarely wise and seldom true.


A meal of any size must be eaten one bite at a time.

Except for intravenous ones.
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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby Eastwinn » Fri Jul 03, 2009 7:03 pm UTC

I sent you one. Is it okay if we submit quotes from famous people too, or is that not what you're looking for? If so, there is probably a favorite quotes thread somewhere on this site that you could dig up and use also. Cool idea anyways :D
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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby SlyReaper » Fri Jul 03, 2009 7:21 pm UTC

Indon wrote:
SlyReaper wrote:Wisdom: wise truisms are rarely wise and seldom true.


A meal of any size must be eaten one bite at a time.

Except for intravenous ones and Guinness.


Fixed.
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Postby Indon » Fri Jul 03, 2009 8:01 pm UTC

SlyReaper wrote:Fixed.


What, then, is the Guinness of wisdom?
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Postby 0xBADFEED » Fri Jul 03, 2009 9:16 pm UTC

If someone asks you if you're a God, you say "YES".

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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby SlyReaper » Fri Jul 03, 2009 9:48 pm UTC

Indon wrote:
SlyReaper wrote:Fixed.


What, then, is the Guinness of wisdom?


I don't know, I'm simply pointing out that a pint of Guinness is a meal that doesn't have to be eaten 1 mouthful at a time. You can open up your oesophagus and down it in one go.
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Postby GoodRudeFun » Fri Jul 03, 2009 11:42 pm UTC

fjafjan wrote:
GoodRudeFun wrote:
I want to expand on this. We can only expect to be "attractive" from the ages of 15 to 35. There are obviously a few exceptions, but for the most part that's all we get. That's 15 years

Why are the pretty ones always so dumb?


I was thinking about this before and had different numbers the first time. Somehow it all got mixed up. Honest mistake >.<
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Postby sethicus » Fri Jul 03, 2009 11:57 pm UTC

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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby Andioje » Sat Jul 04, 2009 2:57 am UTC

Quotes from famous people are acceptable, but please say who the quote was originally by instead of saying you said it. I will quote you as the contributor, though also quote the original person as the creator of it. However, quotes from famous people usually aren't as good because they're not the lessons that you have learned. Sure Einstein may have said something about infinite stupidity, but I want to get people's own interpretations and experiences in their wisdom, not just somebody else's.
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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby Tyrankh » Sat Jul 04, 2009 3:18 am UTC

A witty saying proves nothing.
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Postby Von Haus » Sat Jul 04, 2009 12:21 pm UTC

Andioje wrote:However, quotes from famous people usually aren't as good because they're not the lessons that you have learned. I want to get people's own interpretations and experiences in their wisdom, not just somebody else's.

But then surely you're going to be getting as much out of our bits of wisdom as we would from a famous persons quote. It's all third party, with no difference to you, the collector, if it comes from us, or from a famous person through us.
Unless we're meant to be providing explanation and in-depth analysis with our wisdom...

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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby xulaus » Sat Jul 04, 2009 1:54 pm UTC

The wise man knows he knows nothing, the fool knows he knows all.


I googled in vain to find the original author, but alas my google-fu was weak, and they were hidden well.
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Postby joek » Sat Jul 04, 2009 5:48 pm UTC

xulaus wrote:
The wise man knows he knows nothing, the fool knows he knows all.


I googled in vain to find the original author, but alas my google-fu was weak, and they were hidden well.


Methinks 'twas a Greek philosopher.

*Googles*
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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby icenine » Sat Jul 04, 2009 7:49 pm UTC

Inspirational abstract wisdom

A relevant one: "Things change the way you feel. And things change."

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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby lulzfish » Sun Jul 05, 2009 2:54 am UTC

Indon wrote:
SlyReaper wrote:Wisdom: wise truisms are rarely wise and seldom true.


A meal of any size must be eaten one bite at a time.

Except for intravenous ones.


And except for green beans, which you can swallow like pills.
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Postby emceng » Sun Jul 05, 2009 4:06 am UTC

Edited to remove stupid crap.
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to every person the most beautiful word in any language is their own name; the greatest desire of all people is to feel important; never forget that everyone you meet considers themselves your superior in some way; a person's headache means more to them than the death of a million people in an African famine; when dealing with people we are not dealing with animals of reason, but beings swayed by emotion, bigotry, prejudice, and vanity



The first and most important rule to remember is this: 95% of people only care about themselves and their own personal and mindless pursuit of pleasure.

OK, let's get to the nitty gritty. There are several 'rules' you must follow in order to win friends and influence people. When you approach a stranger, try to have a smile on your face. Smiles are disarming... no one could possibly be disagreeable with a person who is smiling! If you feel like shit, just fake it a little. No one wants to be around someone who stinks like shit.

Once you've plastered a nice horrorshow rotting smile, remember to shake hands firmly and look said stranger (who will soon be your easily influenced friend) directly in the eye. This displays honesty and confidence. If said person is disgusting, just fake it a little.

OK, we've met the person, smiled, and boldy shook hands. Start out very topical. Who wants to lunge in to politics or philosphy right away! Wait a minute, who even cares about politics and philosphy!? That's for the smarties. If you wanna be cool, act stupid. People like stupid people because they're not threatening. If you're not stupid, just fake it a little.

Once you've established contact and chit-chatted a little about unimportant and trivial things that couldn't POSSIBLY be threatening, it's time to start digging. Remembering The Most Important Rule, it's best to talk in terms of the other person's interests. Who wants to get to know you, fattie? Ask them nice and friendly questions about what interests THEM. Once they've started, follow up questions are a good thing. If you're simply not interested, just fake it a little.

At this point, said stranger who will soon be your easily influenced friend will likely warm up to you. It is also very likely that said person will feel interesting. That's sort of the point. If you show interest in their interest they think: hey, I'm not so boring! Hell, this person thinks I'm interesting. I'm the centre of the world. If they think I'M interesting, hell... I like them! Ok, once you've gotten to this point, remember to laugh at all their jokes and pay them lavish compliments. This will secure your friendship. If they're not funny, just fake it a little.

At this point, it is very easy to influence the person. If they feel liked and wanted and interesting and smart and funny and cool and hip and young and fresh, they'll listen.

That's it. That is how you win friends and influence people. That's the game. If you don't like it, just fake it a little.
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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby Splendid » Sun Jul 05, 2009 4:10 am UTC

emceng wrote:<snip>
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A few racist jokes
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Yikes.

I don't know if a ton of jokes, especially racist/sexist ones, are what the OP wanted.

EDIT: Forgot to add my wisdom in my post.
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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby GoodRudeFun » Sun Jul 05, 2009 5:27 am UTC

Yeah, I'm thinking someone didn't read what they decided to copy.


Contributes to the thread though. I think we've all learned how important it is to make sure you know what you're about to say/post before saying/posting it.
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Re: Compiling Wisdom

Postby Von Haus » Sun Jul 05, 2009 10:22 am UTC

emceng wrote: meh


And as for the wisdom: Just because you find something funny does not mean others care.

Also: A sentence can be a beautiful work of art. A sentence among thousands is 1/1000 of a beautiful work of art.
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