I may forget what you said, BUT i will never fo...

I may forget what you said, BUT i will never forget how you made me feel !! Thanking all who helped me !

Score: 7 Votes: 7
Score: 7 Votes: 7
Score: 7 Votes: 7
Score: 7 Votes: 7
Score: 7 Votes: 7
Draw
Deal Colonel
10
1,179
51982
1042

47 Comments  |  
14 Dimers
Draw
Deal Colonel
10
1,179
51982
1042

This has been the journey of 5 years, i have completed 50000 posts too.

At least i can recall 100 people, who have some impact on me,

First of all , i will recall @cancob bro ,
for calling me on and off, for guidance and discussion.

Images %281%29
Entertainer
8
1
23510
223

And then she said to Pinnochio, “If you keep lying to me, I will feel much much better.” biggrin

Draw
Deal Colonel
10
1,179
51982
1042

Sorry for tagging u, @Achilles

but you have beaten me left and right, when u felt,but ultimately helped me a lot and tolerated too, as ex mod and dimer too.. I tried to meeting u in 2012, but it could not possible.

Draw
Deal Colonel
10
1,179
51982
1042

@Magus always on my side , when he is not in opposite side.

Draw
Deal Colonel
10
1,179
51982
1042

Its nice to have rep points 45000 from all dimers.

ad bot
1
1
1
1
Ad Bot

I found this sponsored content on one of the ad networks.

Draw
Deal Colonel
10
1,179
51982
1042

I must thank @kage01,
Who helped me with my initial phase !

Open uri20161119 27009 2xv7rv
Deal Captain
0
276
10781
160
@Plato wrote:

And then she said to Pinnochio, “If you keep lying to me, I will feel much much better.” biggrin


Who is the ‘she’ , i wonder!

Draw
Deal Colonel
10
1,179
51982
1042

Draw
Deal Colonel
10
1,179
51982
1042

@Plato

Draw
Deal Colonel
10
1,179
51982
1042

Pt58xqmpc
Deal Lieutenant
1
168
6137
61

@[email protected]_0_0_D sir thank you so much for making me a better person by your inspirational lessons, seriously speaking in present you are the person who inspired me most , keep posting your posts smile

Draw
Deal Colonel
10
1,179
51982
1042

Achilles armour
Dimer Of The Year 2012
27
2,079
56006
1065
@[email protected]_0_0_D wrote:

Sorry for tagging u, @Achilles

but you have beaten me left and right, when u felt,but ultimately helped me a lot and tolerated too, as ex mod and dimer too.. I tried to meeting u in 2012, but it could not possible.


cool biggrin
Let’s meet when you come next time, I am staying nearby your quarters only

Draw
Deal Colonel
10
1,179
51982
1042
@[email protected]_0_0_D wrote:

Sorry for tagging u, @Achilles

but you have beaten me left and right, when u felt,but ultimately helped me a lot and tolerated too, as ex mod and dimer too.. I tried to meeting u in 2012, but it could not possible.



Life seems busy with @Achilles

Lucky to get reply after one month.

Draw
Deal Colonel
10
1,179
51982
1042

Was
Steven James
Artist at Selt Employed, Linux Master , Free sofware advocate, Computer repair , web content writer,Drummer Reggae fan

“Time Stood Still”

“Time Stood Still”
Time stood still when you said
you would fill
my heart with love
When my heart is empty
When I have no strength within it
When you have fears and there
are many tears
I will comfort you and make you
smile
And give you a lift because
you are a gift to me
Time stood still when you said
you cherish my heart
And keep it safe
When I have some fear within it
Time stood still when you said
you would fill my heart with love
When you miss me and and you get lonely
i will give my love to you only
I will comfort you and make you smile
And give you a lift because you are a
gift to me

Written by

Steven James

Draw
Deal Colonel
10
1,179
51982
1042

</a

Dimers meet up!

Draw
Deal Colonel
10
1,179
51982
1042

Vipers
Deal Hunter
57
33
11124
281

First of all sorry for being so late , today only I came across this thread and delighted to see my name on top smile , thanks a lot brother and I wish you all the very best in life , I am equally thankful to God for giving me wonderful friend like you.
My best wishes and support are always with you keep doing good.
Thank you.

@[email protected]_0_0_D wrote:

This has been the journey of 5 years, i have completed 50000 posts too.

At least i can recall 100 people, who have some impact on me,

First of all , i will recall @cancob bro ,
for calling me on and off, for guidance and discussion.


Draw
Deal Colonel
10
1,179
51982
1042

@A2Zdeals

The retweet is a major social currency of our time. Even if we generally aren’t reading the stuff we’re retweeting, it seems harmless enough to share whatever grabs a sliver of our interest.

But then again, maybe it’s not so harmless. So argues a new study (link is external) by a research team from Cornell University and Beijing University. The researchers wondered if retweeting and otherwise sharing information online steals away mental resources that could aid in comprehending, recalling, and maybe even beneficially using the content.

Think of it as a reposting tax on your brain.

To test the theory, the researchers presented two groups of students with messages from Weibo, the Chinese equivalent of Twitter. After reading each message, one group had the option of either reposting it or going on to the next message. The other group wasn’t able to repost and could only move on to the next message. Both groups were then given a test on how well they comprehended and recalled the content of the messages.

People in the repost group had twice as many wrong answers as the non-repost group and significantly worse comprehension of the content. The comprehension results were especially bad for the messages they reposted even if they could remember the topics.

In a follow-up experiment, two groups were again presented with Weibo messages and the same repost or no-repost conditions. Then both groups read an unrelated article from a science magazine and took a test on its content. The group that reposted messages performed significantly worse on the comprehension test than the read-only group.

So what’s happening that would lead the reposters to perform worse than non-reposters in both experiments? The researchers think it comes down to “cognitive overload”—it’s not the content but the decision to share it or not that drains mental resources.

“The sharing leads to cognitive overload, and that interferes with the subsequent task,” said Qi Wang, professor of human development in the College of Human Ecology at Cornell University.

The additional mental drain might be small in each “to share or not to share” case, but cumulatively it’s not so small. Consider how many times in any given day (or in any given hour of any day) we make these choices. That little tax adds up, and the new research suggests that it takes a toll on anything else we need our cognitive faculties to accomplish.

“In real life when students are surfing online and exchanging information and right after that they go to take a test, they may perform worse,” added Wang.

I’m not sure if this result amounts to an endorsement for mindlessly sharing stuff (which presumably requires less thought), but it’s interesting to consider how even tiny brain drains add up and draw away juice from other things. Something to think about —after you retweet this post.​

​David DiSalvo
David DiSalvo Neuronarrative​ psychologytoday.

Draw
Deal Colonel
10
1,179
51982
1042

Missing