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Re: Notes on Being the Villain, part I
« Reply #15 on: April 04, 2012, 07:13:21 pm »

If it's not that, it might be like that story about Yahveh and Satan making bets about how much shit Job could take.

Which I'm pretty sure is malevolent.
"Man, there's nothin' to do in this stupid town rope swing's busted, stinking cops always kicking me out of the park manager of the 7-11 always says "get off my curb you good for nothing" all the girls already know I'm a bad kisser so they don't come anywhere near me I don't know how many times I've been to TGIF a kid can eat an onion bloom only so many times bowling's boring, the skating rink's been taken over by 12 year olds there ain't no good movies out, blockbuster never has any good games in I don't want to play Bombad Racing, I mean what the heck is that? I'm sick of all my records and every time I walk into a record store, I forget what I want to get and their ain't nothing on TV, not a stupid thing! There ain't nothing to do 'cept take naps and wait patiently for death!"
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Re: Notes on Being the Villain, part I
« Reply #16 on: April 04, 2012, 07:29:54 pm »
And when called on his bullshit, JHVH basically said, "fuck you, I've got the power."






And then he said, "It's getting, it's getting, it's getting kind of hectic."
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Re: Notes on Being the Villain, part I
« Reply #17 on: April 04, 2012, 07:31:54 pm »
And when called on his bullshit, JHVH basically said, "fuck you, I've got the power."






And then he said, "It's getting, it's getting, it's getting kind of hectic."

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Re: Notes on Being the Villain, part I
« Reply #18 on: April 04, 2012, 07:34:09 pm »
If I don't want to deal with a problem, I tend to distract myself with people or things I actually LIKE, which might be another side of the same coin. Or not, since most of the shit I worry about is pretty unfixable and I really don't care to run my blood pressure up.

I've found that sometimes not dealing with the problem is actually the best course of action to take in that my lack of attention allows the problem to solve itself.

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Re: Notes on Being the Villain, part I
« Reply #19 on: April 04, 2012, 10:05:37 pm »
Do YOU have a drug?  Is there some person or thing in your life that you project all your problems onto, to avoid the drudgery of actually trying to figure out what's going on?  Can you admit - to yourself - that you have this sort of addiction?  And if so, can you bring yourself to walk away from it, or are you merely going to spend the rest of your life in the monkeyhouse?

Huh.  I am thinking about this, and I'm either coming up with "I blame myself for every little thing," or nothing at all.
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Re: Notes on Being the Villain, part I
« Reply #20 on: April 04, 2012, 10:33:59 pm »
Do YOU have a drug?  Is there some person or thing in your life that you project all your problems onto, to avoid the drudgery of actually trying to figure out what's going on?  Can you admit - to yourself - that you have this sort of addiction?  And if so, can you bring yourself to walk away from it, or are you merely going to spend the rest of your life in the monkeyhouse?

Huh.  I am thinking about this, and I'm either coming up with "I blame myself for every little thing," or nothing at all.

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Re: Notes on Being the Villain, part I
« Reply #21 on: April 04, 2012, 11:30:53 pm »
Do YOU have a drug?  Is there some person or thing in your life that you project all your problems onto, to avoid the drudgery of actually trying to figure out what's going on?  Can you admit - to yourself - that you have this sort of addiction?  And if so, can you bring yourself to walk away from it, or are you merely going to spend the rest of your life in the monkeyhouse?

Huh.  I am thinking about this, and I'm either coming up with "I blame myself for every little thing," or nothing at all.

Dok I hardly even know you, but when you go on fizzygrizzly, everyone there looks up to you, you're that one grown up badass that has an awesome sense of humor. Even when you dont amuse us, we forgive you. Not everyone can be a badass 100% of the time.

Fizzygrizzly just outclassed a bunch of older people that should know better.
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Re: Notes on Being the Villain, part I
« Reply #22 on: April 05, 2012, 01:21:04 am »
roger - i noticed you didn't include in your categories "people that hate you because you hate them"

allow me to elaborate:

i get the feeling you hate me.

often times, you will respond to one of my posts with something that i will interpret as a poke or a stab.  i'm never sure if you're just being a prick to me because you don't like me - or if you just want to tussle.

sometimes i will attempt to "walk away" - other times i will "step up" and things escalate. 

so - do you like to fight or fighting's sake - or do you genuinely despise me?

oh shit, that's right - this is the internet, so no matter what you say, i won't be sure if it's genuine or not



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Re: Notes on Being the Villain, part I
« Reply #23 on: April 05, 2012, 01:23:56 am »


oh shit, that's right - this is the internet, so no matter what you say, i won't be sure if it's genuine or not

Then there's no point in me answering, is there?

"Man, there's nothin' to do in this stupid town rope swing's busted, stinking cops always kicking me out of the park manager of the 7-11 always says "get off my curb you good for nothing" all the girls already know I'm a bad kisser so they don't come anywhere near me I don't know how many times I've been to TGIF a kid can eat an onion bloom only so many times bowling's boring, the skating rink's been taken over by 12 year olds there ain't no good movies out, blockbuster never has any good games in I don't want to play Bombad Racing, I mean what the heck is that? I'm sick of all my records and every time I walk into a record store, I forget what I want to get and their ain't nothing on TV, not a stupid thing! There ain't nothing to do 'cept take naps and wait patiently for death!"
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Re: Notes on Being the Villain, part I
« Reply #24 on: April 05, 2012, 01:31:04 am »
i guess not
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Re: Notes on Being the Villain, part I
« Reply #25 on: April 05, 2012, 01:32:07 am »
i guess not

Right, then.  Now bugger off and call someone else a liar, kid.  It doesn't get under my skin anymore, you've done this shit too often.
"Man, there's nothin' to do in this stupid town rope swing's busted, stinking cops always kicking me out of the park manager of the 7-11 always says "get off my curb you good for nothing" all the girls already know I'm a bad kisser so they don't come anywhere near me I don't know how many times I've been to TGIF a kid can eat an onion bloom only so many times bowling's boring, the skating rink's been taken over by 12 year olds there ain't no good movies out, blockbuster never has any good games in I don't want to play Bombad Racing, I mean what the heck is that? I'm sick of all my records and every time I walk into a record store, I forget what I want to get and their ain't nothing on TV, not a stupid thing! There ain't nothing to do 'cept take naps and wait patiently for death!"
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Re: Notes on Being the Villain, part I
« Reply #26 on: April 05, 2012, 01:35:21 am »
 i called you a liar?
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Re: Notes on Being the Villain, part I
« Reply #27 on: April 05, 2012, 01:36:54 am »
i called you a liar?

Yeah.  The last sentence of your post.

You asked me a straightforward question, then implied that my answer would be a lie.

Seriously, kid...Go indulge your aspergers on someone else.
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Re: Notes on Being the Villain, part I
« Reply #28 on: April 05, 2012, 01:39:25 am »
kind of a stretch to imply that i was preemptively calling you a liar.

so, is this fisticuffs for fun? or is it for keepsies?
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Re: Notes on Being the Villain, part I
« Reply #29 on: April 05, 2012, 01:41:09 am »
kind of a stretch to imply that i was preemptively calling you a liar.


So what DID it mean? 
"Man, there's nothin' to do in this stupid town rope swing's busted, stinking cops always kicking me out of the park manager of the 7-11 always says "get off my curb you good for nothing" all the girls already know I'm a bad kisser so they don't come anywhere near me I don't know how many times I've been to TGIF a kid can eat an onion bloom only so many times bowling's boring, the skating rink's been taken over by 12 year olds there ain't no good movies out, blockbuster never has any good games in I don't want to play Bombad Racing, I mean what the heck is that? I'm sick of all my records and every time I walk into a record store, I forget what I want to get and their ain't nothing on TV, not a stupid thing! There ain't nothing to do 'cept take naps and wait patiently for death!"
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