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I don't think it's a waste of time at all. If I don't receive a thank you, I'm going to waste my time judging the person for being rude.
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we don't really need to eat meat, though. Fur gives a lot of warmth AND feels/looks great... meat gives protein AND tastes delicious. But we can eat a vegan diet without compromising protein and we can use other materials for warmth.
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What I find really interesting about this is the emphasis on symmetry when it comes to measuring beauty. Try as I might, I don't see it that way regardless of the Golden Ratio. In my opinion symmetry actually makes a face more plain - it fits into place and isn't very interesting. For example the girl who's supposedly the "most beautiful woman in Britain" - sure, she's pretty, but I wouldn't really call her beautiful because her features aren't particularly striking. Any beauty she has comes from her healthy glow in her pictures (in my opinion).

I've noticed that when a person, male or female, is truly beautiful it's not the symmetry but the features and (especially) health of the person that make them so. Something needs to be a little out of place for a person to be beautiful, or something needs to be rare. For example blue eyes and dark skin is exceptionally beautiful because it's rare, etc. That's why in certain regions of the world the rarer hair or eye color is called beautiful, while in another region a different color is preferred. Or a person is beautiful for having a "misplaced" dimple or something (I suppose because that gives a bit of individuality that makes a more personal connection). I know that's just my opinion, but I can't really believe that beauty can be quantified with a ratio.
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Wikipedia article on OE:

"Over the years, Olde English has garnered multiple awards. In 1991, 1992, 1994, and 1995 it was awarded a Gold medal in the American Malt Liquor category at the Great American Beer Festival (GABF). Olde English also took home the Gold medal in the American Style Specialty Lager category in 1997.[1] Olde English High Gravity 800 won the Bronze medal in the American Style Specialty Lager category in 2006."
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