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Principia Discussion / Re: What degree are you?
« on: December 18, 2014, 09:18:40 pm »
I'm, like, an English Comparative Literature and Theory major, but I'm also doing a minor in Doctor Who studies.

:lulz:

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I immensely enjoyed your Portland series, Dok.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Spagbook
« on: December 18, 2014, 08:41:35 pm »
Not exactly sure what's happening in this picture, but I'm assuming I was drunk.



A lot of hotness is going on in that picture.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: COOKIES
« on: December 09, 2014, 08:13:49 am »
yes, those ones shaped like muffins with the peppermint patty inside were genius!

And how!

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Principia Discussion / Re: What degree are you?
« on: December 06, 2014, 08:11:07 pm »
I'm Dry Spray™. The new way to get superior protection. Goes on instantly dry so you can start the day with a cleaner feel.

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It's probably good to keep in mind that while the internet is a fantastic database of information both real and false, by no means is all information on the internet.

Blasphemy.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Aya
« on: December 03, 2014, 12:34:34 pm »
Surely any alternative would be the equivalent of sitting in our own filth, throwing our hands up, and collectively saying 'welp, we can't possibly clean up all this mess, so lets just take another big dump in our pants and wallow around some more instead'. Or am I missing something?

Here's what you're missing: Dodo's head is crammed so far up his ass that his mouth and anus are actually on the same non-orientable plane like a fleshy Klein bottle that speaks in polished turds.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Aya
« on: December 03, 2014, 12:02:16 pm »
"Now all it takes (which is quite a lot, really) is to think carefully and slowly about that situation to realise that the naive metaphysic embraced by the faithful of the Church of Science is unworkable," Dodo wrote, wisely, using a vast network of microprocessors to transmit his message globally in a matter of seconds.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Aya
« on: December 03, 2014, 11:45:48 am »
I've noticed a definite trend, which is that Roger says something snarky to/about Holist, and Holist promptly attacks me. I just re-scanned the thread and I said not one single derogatory or dismissive thing in response to Holist. But Roger did, and Holist promptly turned nasty on both of us. I even recall cases where I wasn't arguing with Holist but Roger was, and Holist got ugly with me and didn't address Roger at all.

Funny, that. I'll have to start pointing it out when it happens.

Yes, do. It didn't happen this time, though.

Sure as fuck did.  Not once but twice.

It did not. And neither is it a mean streak. It is plain frustration. But I called her names and you names in the same breath, you defender of the faith, you. :)

You're a socially retarded shitheel with the internet equivalent of bad breath and bad manners.

You don't even have the basic human decency and maturity to address the fact that you dumped insults at me despite the fact that I wasn't even replying to you or your posts, I was talking to and about P3nt.

And now you go to that crown jewel of all shitheel excuses: "I was frustrated". Not "I was frustrated and I got mixed up, I'm sorry". Just "I was frustrated", as if that absolves you.

"Look what you MADE me do".

I'm all done trying to facilitate your inclusion on the board or replying to you as if you deserve to be conversed with as an adult.

Excellent! But perhaps you should hang on to your socks. I called you a woman with a constant need to justify yourself. Now that could be wrong, but I don't see how it is insulting. It's an opinion. I can have one, you know. In fact, I can have several. As far as screetching insults and digging in is concerned, perhaps take a peek in a mirror. Thanks for your valiant efforts aimed at "facilitating my fitting in", but I am glad you are stopping, because it wasn't helping. For someone who demands as much respect as you do, you have a foul temper.

That goddamn uppity woman just doesn't know her place!
I am certain that she does, very well. The problem is caused by the fact that she doesn't know my place, but she's totally convinced she does.

Your place being above her, because she doesn't think slowly enough about science?

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Aya
« on: December 03, 2014, 11:07:05 am »
I've noticed a definite trend, which is that Roger says something snarky to/about Holist, and Holist promptly attacks me. I just re-scanned the thread and I said not one single derogatory or dismissive thing in response to Holist. But Roger did, and Holist promptly turned nasty on both of us. I even recall cases where I wasn't arguing with Holist but Roger was, and Holist got ugly with me and didn't address Roger at all.

Funny, that. I'll have to start pointing it out when it happens.

Yes, do. It didn't happen this time, though.

Sure as fuck did.  Not once but twice.

It did not. And neither is it a mean streak. It is plain frustration. But I called her names and you names in the same breath, you defender of the faith, you. :)

You're a socially retarded shitheel with the internet equivalent of bad breath and bad manners.

You don't even have the basic human decency and maturity to address the fact that you dumped insults at me despite the fact that I wasn't even replying to you or your posts, I was talking to and about P3nt.

And now you go to that crown jewel of all shitheel excuses: "I was frustrated". Not "I was frustrated and I got mixed up, I'm sorry". Just "I was frustrated", as if that absolves you.

"Look what you MADE me do".

I'm all done trying to facilitate your inclusion on the board or replying to you as if you deserve to be conversed with as an adult.

Excellent! But perhaps you should hang on to your socks. I called you a woman with a constant need to justify yourself. Now that could be wrong, but I don't see how it is insulting. It's an opinion. I can have one, you know. In fact, I can have several. As far as screetching insults and digging in is concerned, perhaps take a peek in a mirror. Thanks for your valiant efforts aimed at "facilitating my fitting in", but I am glad you are stopping, because it wasn't helping. For someone who demands as much respect as you do, you have a foul temper.

That goddamn uppity woman just doesn't know her place!

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: the Bowling thread
« on: December 03, 2014, 10:36:51 am »
I think we should talk about the word word.

I mean what is a word? A sequence of letters used to denote concepts and convey meaning?

How can you like, categorize a word, man?

You can't. You can only defer meaning to another word, in an infinite semantic circle jerk.

Because Derrida.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Most Wanted, #2 of ?
« on: November 30, 2014, 08:31:09 am »
:lulz:

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Most Wanted, #1 of ?
« on: November 29, 2014, 07:33:44 pm »
:lulz:

Pure gold.

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The last time someone drew me into a political argument at work, he was an unabashed supporter of UKIP, thought we should close the borders entirely, go to war with Iran and felt teachers should have their wages halved.

This is why I dont discuss politics at work.

Normally they're extremely well-behaved at work. I think I've heard a controversial topic like that come up maybe twice in the 13 months or so I've been there.

But someone had to explain why the traffic was backed up in New York City, and it snowballed into such brilliant quips as "I guess some people just don't want to accept reality, the grand jury ruled and that's that" and "they're still mad about Rodney King."

Yeah, I didn't have much of a say in it either.  I literally have to say "stfu, I don't want to talk about this and stop trying to force me" to get him to shut up.

I suggest you issue challenges to a mandingo bout. I mean, you could argue facts, but people who rely on such a blatant appeal to authority aren't really looking for an actual argument anyway.  I don't know what they are looking for, but it's hardly to be persuaded or to persuade others.

Fair enough.

I like to get these people all wound up by relentlessly questioning their assumptions by restating what they're saying until I gain agreement ad nauseam.

I have an unhealthy level of curiosity and patience towards these things. No matter how awful the precipitating statements are, they always can be goaded into saying something magnificently more awful.

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:lulz:

Classic.

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