Igor Roz

Досье Igor Roz

Адрес: США, New York City
Происхождение: Minsk
Сайт: offline
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Нам не известно когда родился Igor Roz. Он был рожден в городе Minsk. Также, мы выяснили, что сейчас он проживает в городе New York City, США. Igor придерживается умеренных политических взглядов.

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Вот, что рассказывает Igor о себе:
Rules for being my Friend:
- No liars (unless you are flirting)
- No flaky people
- No granny panties! (unless you are actually a grandma :) )
- No psycho stalker chicks! I don't care how hot you think you are!
- No BORING PEOPLE ... You must be fun



Q: Why?
A: Because.

Q: We seem to have so much in common! Wanna meet?
A: Well, for starters, maybe you could point out at least one thing we have in common.

Q: I like your profile. Checkout mine?
A: Nobody has time to look at 50 profiles a day. If you have a good intro or picture I am certain to read your profile.

Q: I live [out-of-area] but will be in New York for like 15 minutes, wanna meet?
A: No. Try an escort service.

Q: Do you have haterz?
A: Yeah.

Q: Do they annoy you?
A: They provide ceaseless entertainment for my friends and I.

Q: Blah.
A: I know how you feel.

Q: Do you deliver?
A: Depends.

Q: Huh?
A: It's not important.

Q: Who is your current girlfriend?
A: I don't have one.

Q: Seriously?
A: For once, yes, seriously.

Q: Do you like me?
A: It's based on a point system.

Q: How do I earn points?
A: Worship me, wash my car, or become my hater.

Q: Be serious.
A: Ok. By asking a stupid question, I already hate you. It's irrevocable.

Q: Ouch.
A: You deserve it.

Q: Up or down?
A: Sideways.

Q: Why do all living things have to die?
A: First and foremost, living things do not necessarily have to die; at least not until the end of the universe. So why do all living things die before that happens? The simple answer is simply that death must be an important part of a species' survival—the survival of individuals within a species is irrelevant, as far as evolution is concerned.

I could take a guess:

In order for the evolution of a species to occur, the "newer models," so to speak, must replace the older ones. When a new generation of a species crops up, it is in their best interest for the old generation to die out, because they use up valuable resources. Without death, the older generations would prevent newer, fitter generations from competing with other species in the battle of survival. The death of individuals within a species raises the odds that the species will survive. There have quite possibly been species where the individual lives forever (and there might be now, for all I know), but it's an evolutionary disadvantage to the species, so the species might lose that "ability" after so many generations.

Q: What the hell?
A: Yeah, I know.

Q: Prick.
A: Please frame your insults in the form of a question.

Q: That was a long response.
A: Yes it was.