the seamonkey?

very philosophical question.


13 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ches
    Aug 14, 2009 @ 13:23:59

    Po…is that Nero?


  2. LadyFi
    Aug 14, 2009 @ 13:37:13

    So, Does that bearded guy have the answer?


  3. nemesis
    Aug 14, 2009 @ 13:56:41

    are u pondering what I think you're pondering po?


  4. po
    Aug 14, 2009 @ 14:14:23

    Ches: that is Plato in fact.Ladyfi: no, he is dead, but I guess his answer would be something along the lines of, the seamonkey is merely our interpretation of the form of the seamonkey, or the seamonkey is but a shadow on a cave wall….nemesis: Must be! Now, what are you pndering?


  5. Ches
    Aug 14, 2009 @ 14:38:12

    Ok. Them ancient people all look the same.Are you pondering gravity. Cause Plato, in fact, discovered it before Issac Newton…Newton just spoke better English.


  6. Tamara
    Aug 14, 2009 @ 14:56:10

    So do we get the answer at any stage?


  7. po
    Aug 14, 2009 @ 15:54:41

    Ches: I agree, them greeks and romans all look the same. Not pondering gravity, am pondering: "why the seamonkey".Tamara: but that is why I am asking you! I got no answers


  8. Ches
    Aug 14, 2009 @ 15:57:43

    Did the sea come before the monkey, or the monkey before the sea?


  9. Helen
    Aug 14, 2009 @ 16:35:35

    Your depth astounds me. Really.


  10. po
    Aug 15, 2009 @ 01:16:31

    Ches: good question! I am going with the sea. But then I am not going for the bibilical explanation of life.Helen: I am? I am! I am deep! And here I was thinking I was merely paddling pool material.


  11. Paula
    Aug 16, 2009 @ 16:17:56

    um… maybe diagrams are too higher grade for me. I thought that was Socrates; but Socrates has a friendlier face; Plato was too much of a supremecist simply because he studied under Socrates himself. Maybe thats why I got confused- you know; if people see two people around each other a lot they get confused between the two and they (the two) start to look the same.huh.


  12. po
    Aug 17, 2009 @ 02:33:04

    Paula: hehe , it is all Greek to me! (corny, I know.)


  13. SonnyVsDan
    Aug 17, 2009 @ 06:39:16

    the answer is 42!no. The real answer is "definitely, but only on Sundays"


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