Member Since October 16, 2009 , From United States
About PGroot:

Mathematician, computer researcher


Recent Activity by PGroot

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The Espionage Act of 1917 has not been repealed. The 1918 amendments known as the Sedition Act were repealed.

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There are 2,907 openings for Activities Director for Senior Living on indeed.com. Many of them say certification desired. If you want to find numbers who are male, African-American and certified ...

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No, it is only the density of air that decreases with elevation.

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Would you give an example of your search that is returning too much unrelated material?

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Schizophrenia is confusion about what is real, usually accepting hallucinations as real, or hearing voices. He seems to have the opposite, perhaps because he has been resisting hallucinations. And ...

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It's Little Dick again, giving lessons in politeness.

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It is, of course, a violation of Terms of Use to impersonate someone else. It is also a violation of Terms of Use to post obscenity or pornography or spam.

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Or as just demonstrated, he can create a screen name that is the same as mine, and post anything he wants. The only way you could know it's not me is that there is no profile, or the profile was ...

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Rocmike can't change your question unless he has your password, or someone at AOL Answers is making the changes.

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Someone could ask a Tadpole question anonymously, and try to get your Rocmike question deleted by AOL Answers.

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