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Location: England

Gender: male

Birthdate: June 11, 1988 (25 years old)


SittinWSocratesTiff wrote:
Sapientia is a hunter by nature. He is the 'eye in the sky' that no one ever expects... and then out of no where, he zips in, makes his position known, captures his prey without his talons ever touching the ground, and then he is gone.

Deep within the forest of Absurdity is where he can be found most at home, entranced with Friedrich Nietzsche, watching the fire from a tree, repeating the same question over and over again: "who, who?".

Sapientia can be as light as they come or as heavy as is ever needed. He holds a special place in the forums; one that needed filling.

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Registration Date: Jan 11, 2010

Usergroup: Sponsors

Topics Submitted: 161 topics

Total Posts: 8132 (5 per day)

Replies Received: 5679

Shouts: 2411

Total Time Online: 209 days, 0 hours and 50 minutes


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  • Sapientia [Apr 20, 2014 - 1:25 PM]: You must be quite forgiving to love the man that carved your eye out. Although, it did happen a very long time ago.
  • Sapientia [Apr 20, 2014 - 8:05 AM]: PossibleAaron, you were around when Sparticus was crucified?
  • Sapientia [Apr 19, 2014 - 9:01 PM]: I wish that Jesus existed so that I could crucify him.
  • Sapientia [Apr 18, 2014 - 7:48 AM]: Albert Camus, do you have any reason to believe otherwise? I don't see how the Trinity is illogical if it's analogous to a human with multiple personality disorder, as a brief reading of the Wikipedia article on the Trinity makes me think. The human would be each personality, but the personalities would each be distinct from each other. Where's the supposed fallacy? Oh, I see you created a topic in which you've linked to a video which is supposed to explain the problem.
  • Sapientia [Apr 18, 2014 - 7:23 AM]: Thanks Paul. Tiff, modern theme, top-right.