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Messages - Reginald Ret

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Five word horror
« on: Today at 11:36:11 am »

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I think you missed the most important one:

1. Treat her like a human being.

Thanks, I couldn't put my finger on the problem with that post.

Uhm, I mean:
NO DAMMIT! WOMEN ARE SLOTMACHINES!
IF YOU THROW THE COIN IN JUST RIGHT AND PULL THE LEVER IN JUST THE RIGHT WAY THEY WILL PUT OUT!
(Don't forget to put on your lucky underwear!)

Right? What men need are more step-by-step, detailed, practical tips for unlocking the combination to women's vaginas. Because we're all the same, so the same combination will work on all of us once you know it.



Am I doing it right?

NOPE!
(It ends in A then B, silly)

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Well fuck.
I was thinking of playing a heavily modded version of Skyrim soonish but now I won't bother.

I can do without that particular headache.

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I think you missed the most important one:

1. Treat her like a human being.

Thanks, I couldn't put my finger on the problem with that post.

Uhm, I mean:
NO DAMMIT! WOMEN ARE SLOTMACHINES!
IF YOU THROW THE COIN IN JUST RIGHT AND PULL THE LEVER IN JUST THE RIGHT WAY THEY WILL PUT OUT!
(Don't forget to put on your lucky underwear!)

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Five word horror
« on: Yesterday at 09:27:29 pm »
I keep finding myself gravitating towards four word ones instead of five. I haven't even kept track of how many I had to give up on because there was no way to add a word without spoiling it.
I'm willing to stretch the rules, shall we do four words for now?

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I've had waffles on the brain for a while.

The Bee's Knees
Honeycomb, brie and chopped walnut, garnish with edible flowers of some kind

That sounds delicious!

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In other words, I don't think that it is a case of

A. The most socially adept people immediately building a social network, resulting in better exchange of information and therefore better grades,

or

B. The smartest and best students happening to naturally also be the most sociable,

or

C. The smartest and best students forming a clique and deliberately excluding the poorer students.

I think it's largely that people who are really into a subject and may not have the best social skills tend to find it easy to bond over studying, and so quickly form tight-knit nerd clusters which mostly talk about nerd shit, which reinforces the curriculum. Meanwhile, the less studious among the class kind of avoid the nerds, and engage in more social activity outside of academia, until they realize they're struggling with the class and try to join study groups or get tutoring from the nerds, who naturally are kind of put off by the sudden attempt to engage and recognize that they're not being approached due to shared interests, but primarily being used for their knowledge.
Huh, very interesting!

Here's what I thought, I see that it is similar to your thoughts now that I typed it out:

D. Learning is improved by social interactions with peers (people who are studying the same thing at the same time) because you are engaging with the subject matter in different ways and integrating it into your culture. After that it is a simple case of time is limited and social interactions take time.

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AND SHE HAS A HAIRY WRIST!

 :oops:

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It occurs to me that if you put a cat in a space station, it will spin endlessly, trying to get its feet aimed "down".

You could make some kind of turbine out of that.
That is a very good idea.

I just had an idea: A buttered toast turbine.

We just need to suspend the space station above a carpeted part of earth.

But never mix the two.  If you strap buttered toast to a cat's back and throw it in free fall, it's like dividing by zero.
Quite right, old chap.

Free energy is all well and good, but infinite free energy causes some horrid containment issues.

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It occurs to me that if you put a cat in a space station, it will spin endlessly, trying to get its feet aimed "down".

You could make some kind of turbine out of that.
That is a very good idea.

I just had an idea: A buttered toast turbine.

We just need to suspend the space station above a carpeted part of earth.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Where I am
« on: April 21, 2015, 08:10:04 am »
Quit or fired?

Gonna quit.  I don't see why I should spend an hour packing my stuff when I finally leave.

Enjoy.

And 5/5 for forethought.

ECH - Great piece. If you're utterly fucked I hear there's some kind of maintenance gig opening in Tucson.
:horrormirth:

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: BIG MAN PLANS
« on: April 21, 2015, 08:08:41 am »
When i am rich i shall pay someone to weaponize the SJW generator by integrating it into spambots that will create their own tumblr accounts and pick fights with random SJW blogs in the least coherent manner possible...forever
Maybe this already happened, how would we know?
Did you 'borrow' Nigel's timemachine?

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I'm fairly sure the squirrelgirl is satire, because she says the most amazingly stupid things on such a regular basis.

http://squirrrelygirly.tumblr.com/post/109141423371/s-o-to-the-starving-children-in-africa for example

"Africans are different; maybe they're apekin."



I'm dying over here.
Heh, that reminds me of something i read in a pretty decent science magazine. (EOS)
Non-Africans all have Neanderthal DNA, about 2%.

Hang on, hunting for correct linky...
The researchers, under the direction of Svante Pääbo of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, found that 2.5 percent of the genome of an average human living outside Africa today is made up of Neanderthal DNA. The average modern African has none.

It's not the Africans that have a history of a disturbing connection with another species...

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Literate Chaotic / Re: ITT: Original Story Ideas
« on: April 16, 2015, 09:24:05 pm »
Bartholomew, struggling under the weight of his student loan and a failing job market, turns to selling burned DVDs in pubs. His infringement into their territory sees him and his band of copyright-hating brothers embroiled in a vicious turf war with the japanese Yakuza.

Pirates vs Ninjas.
:lulz: That was painfully bad! I would watch that movie.

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Five word horror
« on: April 16, 2015, 09:23:21 pm »
Morale Improvement Measures now active.
:nope:

The courtroom has become obsolete.

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