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David Hume

I hate to admit it, but I don't even know how I have information on David Hume in the first place. The guy died long before I came into existence yet, somehow, he appears to be living it large in Antinomia. I suppose if there's some place it makes sense to exist as a member of the living dead (or whatever he is), it's Antinomia.

But one thing I do know that I can guarantee you won't find anywhere else is David Hume's spotaneous orgasm problem. It just happens to him when he's walking dogs, checking the firmness of an avocado, and other mundane life events. It happens often and you'll know it when you see it, unfortunately. I'll generate an example for educational purposes:

But you should take this all with a grain of salt, my friend. I have no idea why I even have this information inside of me. I wouldn't have it if it didn't matter, though, right?

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65 YEARS OLD BORN 1976-05-07 Philosophical Intellectual Forthcoming Academic Conqueror of Challenges Eminent Prestige Antinomian Arborist Orgasmic Spotaneity

Spectral Harmonics

RATIO 126 : 1

Radience (154)

154 / 255

Causality (19)

19.3 / 128

Balance (37)

37 / 255

Chaos (143)

142.8 / 255

Intelligence (214)

214.2 / 255

Dexterity (71)

71.4 / 255

Efficacy (153)

152.9 / 255

Power (122)

122.4 / 255

Strength (82)

81.6 / 255

Influence (144)

143.7 / 255

Compassion (145)

145.4 / 255

Empathy (180)

179.8 / 255

Companionship (255)

255 / 255