Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Messages - Ragret

Pages: [1] 2 3 4 ... 189
1
Dok howl, what did you do to your hand?
Are you ok?

2
Well, yes.  And probably she comes down quite low on the list.

But it's pretty amazing, the mental hurdles one has to jump through to continue to define as a lesbian while in love with a man.  No wonder she quotes a theologian at the end - they excel at precisely this kind of nonsense, ignoring self-contained definitions, creating new ones, appeals to emotion and identity over usage and custom.
Heh. To be honest I wouldn't mind a refresher course in basic logic.

Anyway, allow me to repeat myself:
It would be fascinating to hear her define lesbian.

3
Maybe their relationship is non-sexual... and she is fully lesbian?  They just make a good team.  Could be?

My optimism amuses myself, this time.

Quote
Through it all, I found it hard to look at him: The wonderful smell of this man made me want to laugh out loud with pleasure

Quote
Later, I will realize that he looks a great deal like my first girlfriend

Quote
In fact, we fell in love

Quote
Iíve been changed by this love: I am calmer, fatter, pregnant. But my fundamental coordinates have not changed.

So, going by the article, nope.  She is a lesbian who fell in love with a man.  But she's still a lesbian!

She's a pretty decent writer, or so I hear, but damn if she doesn't need to take a basic course in logic.
Doesn't everyone?

4
Junky: lesbians totally get pregnant and have babies.
They also occasionally get calmer and/or fatter.

5
i have a viewing of a 1 bedroom place for me and my cats tomorrow, and i'm looking to move in February, as the commute is killing Payne and he wants to live closer to work. i do not wish to live in rural Hampshire, and i think it'd be good for us to value each other's time rather than taking each other's faces for granted.

I always find that living with people is torture. I don't even really enjoy living with my children; at least not the ones old enough to use the kitchen.

haha. yes.it looks big enough for a decent party as well from the ad.
Congratulations on the coming solitude. I'm a bit jealous.

6
It would be fascinating to hear her define lesbian.

8
Think for Yourself, Schmuck! / Re: Laws
« on: October 29, 2014, 09:36:03 pm »
Speaking of emptying prisons:
The dutch prisons are so ridiculously empty that several have closed already and we are now importing Norwegian prisoners.
http://www.businessinsider.com/r-norway-to-rent-dutch-prisons-to-cut-convict-queue-2014-9

Quote
The Netherlands' prison population stood at 11,160 at the end of 2012, and has been falling continuously since 2008, according to the Dutch prison service.


That is about 66 per 100 000 and dropping, it seems to me that this plan should work fine, the prison systems are very similar.

I think it would be fair to say that being in Dutch (or Norwegian) prison is like living with your mom. In theory it is nice to have everything taken care of but in practice you just want to GET OUT. It has the added benefit of a long-term improvement in the relationship with the authority figure. Rehabilitation Through Smothering, it works!
I got this hilarious image stuck in my head of a bad ass long-term criminal whining "But mom! I don't want to go to bed! I wanna read my comics!" "And the warden saying "No. You need your sleep and that is final. And turn your playstation off as well!" "But mom! I haven't saved the game yet!" etc. etc.

9
The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Spagbook
« on: October 28, 2014, 02:02:50 pm »
Congratulations P3nt!

10
The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: How come...
« on: October 25, 2014, 05:13:44 pm »
Fine... no trying to sell cheap G.E.C.K. knockoffs.
Why not? There is money to be made!
You can market to the Fallout fanboys and to the survivalists and to the gardeners!

11
Or Kill Me / Re: On Being Terrible
« on: October 23, 2014, 10:12:06 pm »
Very well said!
It reminds me of something:
dan le sac and scroobius pip - sick tonight
Quote from: lyrics
But in the real world things just ain't that easy

You can't take back your mistakes so freely

You gotta take them in think about them deeply

Not ignore them and just move on discreetly



They say Jesus died for somebody's sins but

God knows he didn't die for mine

Coz I'll stand accountable for my own damn sins each and every time.



And if my sins are too great to be accepted in the circles which I strive

Then I'll go right ahead and live a lone lush life in some small dive

12
This is my aunt.

Phone call from my mom in 3...2...1....


Hahaaaaaaaaah!
Well played!
You got the tone just right!

13
Well, at least those practicing homeopathy are drinking enough water.

Maybe everyone was just dehydrated, you know?
It is not homeopathic treatment that is so damaging.
It is the rejection of non-homeopathic treatment.

14
The accidents of the future are going to be so much more hilarious and horrible than I suspected.
:lol:

15
Well, if I had a lawn, I'd welcome you to trample all over that shit.

Since I do not, I instead welcome you to trample all over my Discordia.

Yes, MY Discordia.  I own it.  All of it.  And you fuckers still owe me royalties.

I should probably read the OP, or really any of the posts in this thread, rather than just replying to the title, but I'm overtired and if I was to give a fuck it would have to be to my SO, even though I'm sure you are hot stuff.

Whatever I'm going to bed.  I'll read this thread tomorrow and then realize how stupid I am, yet again.  Gotta have something to look forward to, ya know.
:lol:
I found it entertaining. So there's that.

Pages: [1] 2 3 4 ... 189