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Messages - Mesozoic Mister Nigel

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FFS, this asshole on my FB Wall. Seriously, she constantly responds to shit I say, but she's just some random beadmaker who thinks we're friends.

I am not even going to look at whatever it is she's spouting about now, because I'm pretty sure it'll piss me off.

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Sooooo

for some reason, professors from two of my four classes have decided that it's completely reasonable to give homework with a two-day timeline the first week of classes.

I don't mind getting an assignment the first week. What I mind is the presumption that I have NOTHING ELSE AT ALL to do, let alone three other classes, in a two-day span.

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Just one question for you, new person:  Are you Arnold Schwarzenegger?

Also say hi to your friend Google for me and tell it I want my Skynets back.

Put da cookie daun!

No, unfortunatly I am not near as cool as our second most awesome austrian in history. But I would assume my english is at least on the same level as his  :lulz:

I will also send you regards to my friend Big G but I am afraid that the project skynet might still take a while. He has fun at the moment with his newly purchased military robotic tech.

Khezef

Do you at least believe in history?

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Random News Stories
« on: Today at 03:28:38 am »
lol Scott Walker

http://www.thenation.com/article/201817/these-republicans-want-take-away-your-weekend#

lol Party of Christianity

Yeah, it lets workers choose to "voluntarily" waive their days off, like workers choose to "voluntarily" take below-living-wage jobs and "voluntarily" give up benefits like paid vacation, medical care, etc. I mean, all they have to do if they don't like it is find another job.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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 :lulz:

 :lulz: Anyone who's raised a kid knows how perfect this is.

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What sort of a person walks into a college accomodation at 3:20 in the morning, wanting to ask about course details?

This isn't a rhetorical question, btw.  It's genuine.  Because the only explanations I can come up with for that, and the surrounding sequence of events, is a deeply unpleasant one.

Two men.  Locals, by the accent.  Driving a very nice car, without the diction or age to suggest they acquired it legitimately.  Stayed outside in the car for a good 15 minutes, did a sweep of the street before entering.  We don't realise they're not our students, let them in.  They start asking questions: is this a college, what courses do you provide?  When we explain it's not, just the accomodation, they start asking about the ages.  They then bugger off.  Sit in the car another 10 minutes, finally leave.

Had a friend outside, too.  Spoke to him as they walked down the street.  Friend didn't arrive in the car with them though, or leave.

IMO, they were clearly casing the joint.  Check for activity on street, CCTV.  Same for the outside, and reception, of this building.  Go inside to see what kind of personnel and security are present.  Notably they did not enter the University College London accomodation, just two buildings down from here.

Oh great. The part where they were asking about ages isn't creepy as fuck at ALL.  :horrormirth:

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http://www.ted.com/talks/monica_lewinsky_the_price_of_shame#

She speaks of familiar subjects that I care about greatly.
Very interesting, and strong personality.

Wow, that was really powerful, and really moving.

And she's right, the public shaming culture needs to end.

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Literate Chaotic / Re: What do people use pet animals for
« on: Today at 12:21:17 am »
Well, you have a drawing. I can't refute that.

Look at the detail! Arguments have details, so do drawings. It's really brilliant.

Pretty much seals the case.

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Very nice, Waffle! I particularly like the way the trees came out in the cemetery one.

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If anyone else is still playing, they've temporarily changed the symbols into Pac Man.



I saw that this morning.  :lulz: Slightly unnerving.

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Stonehenge was in fact a druidic prayer circle, but not in the way that most of us think. The druids were hired as contractors to build an inn for weary travelers, but once they were paid they spent it all on masonry and erected a huge useless rock formation.

They've been running the same scam for thousands of years. We just had a CVS in town open up inside of a druidic prayer circle of rock slabs because the franchise owner hired Caer Blgthrrnmgr Construction to build it.

How do you run a pharmacy out of hewn stone? There's almost no storage space and the Dunkin Donuts can see you fill your herpes medications.

Fuck druids.

Ah yes, CBC.

Type CBC into google and what's the first result you get? The Canadian Broadcast Corporation. Since when does Canada produce television? Obviously a front for Caer Blgthrrnmgr Construction.

The CEO of this so-called CBC?



Hubert T. Lacroix.

H T L

How many rocks are there in Stonehenge? 93.
The year of the CBC's 'founding'? 1936
The year of Stoneghenge's reconstruction? 1954

1954+1936+93=3983

But wait. If the CBC is going to produce media in order to crystallize the paradigm beyond subversion what tool do they need?

Copyright law.

When was copyright law enacted?

The Statute of Anne. 1710

Number of people hanged in Britain that year? 63.

3983-1710-63=2210

But I hope you haven't forgotten this motherfucker:



Hubert T. Lacroix.

H T L

Add 2 to H and you get J
Take 2 from T and you get R
Take 10 from L and you get B

J R B

J. R. B



J. R. Bob Dobbs created stonehenge, with the help of Caer Blgthrrnmgr Construction, which became the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as part of an elaborate plot to copyright all of history.

HOW DID WE NOT SEE IT SOONER?

:mittens:

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OK, so every government in the world, as well as all of the universities, are collaborating on a massive hoax to convince the public that human beings figured out how to build stuff a couple of thousand years earlier than they actually learned to build stuff.

What's in it for them?

History is written by the winners. This was done to destroy the traces of the previous non-christian civilization. Inheritance is divided between european national groups. Change of elites, a palace coup, but on a global scale. Deep history provides a claim for possession. Maybe.

Or maybe just for fun.

So wait.  Christians built monolithic pre-Christian monuments to eradicate traces of pre-Christianity?

OBVIOUSLY. Just like Nazis built the moon to eradicate traces of natural satellites. Duh.

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OK, so every government in the world, as well as all of the universities, are collaborating on a massive hoax to convince the public that human beings figured out how to build stuff a couple of thousand years earlier than they actually learned to build stuff.

What's in it for them?

History is written by the winners. This was done to destroy the traces of the previous non-christian civilization. Inheritance is divided between european national groups. Change of elites, a palace coup, but on a global scale. Deep history provides a claim for possession. Maybe.

Or maybe just for fun.

Yes, yes, I can see how this would work. Just like Christians planted all those fossils and "dinosaur" bones in order to head off any notions of evolution.

I, for one, am convinced beyond any shadow of a doubt that Mayan and Egyptian monuments were designed to implant the belief that there were never any such thing as pre-Christian civilizations.

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Sometimes I find myself missing the time when conspiracy theorists were adorably batshit. Then I find this and my heart rejoices.

http://in5d.com/how-disabling-the-moon-will-dissolve-the-matrix/

Wow.  :lol:

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My father passed away on the 22nd. It doesn't feel real and is all too real at varying intervals. After over 2 months in the hospital & rehabs, he was at least able to come back home for a month, but the chemo treatments really took a toll on him, particularly the sores in his mouth that made it difficult and painful, and sometimes impossible to eat or drink. The second round wasn't as bad and he was getting to the point of being able to eat fairly normally and had his appetite back. But a week after the third, the sores came back and it got to the point that my mom was bringing him to the hospital for saline and caloric infusions since he couldn't eat or drink. On Friday they admitted him for low blood count, by Sunday he was essentially unconscious for all/most of the day, and that evening he passed. Even that happened so quickly - when he was first in, he was essentially fine except for his mouth, and at least was able to communicate with us and talk to my sister away at grad school on the phone a bit on Saturday. He fought hard, but it was just too much. He was surrounded by friends and family who loved him and even had some of the nurses that had cared for him for so many weeks on one of the main floors come to visit him while he was in ICU. It is a relief to know he is not suffering anymore, because that was painful to watch without being able to help, but it still hurts a lot and I know it will for a long time to come.

Oh, no, I'm so sorry Trippin'. That's sad news.

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