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Messages - LuciferX

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I was just watching the news and they said it was St George's day - who knew? - so Happy nah, Merry nah, Memorable St George's day to you all
Cheers, to a world that's... free :horrormirth:

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Yea.  Then time fire of deeds and such.

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There is research on this, and this is not correct.

That's about par for the course.   :lulz:

I am constantly amazed at the sheer quantity of incorrect information I have stored.

Incorrect information abounds. I'm constantly finding things I have always thought were true that aren't, too. For that matter, as research progresses it's constantly disproving earlier ideas that were once thought to be true; for example, the idea that new neurons are never made after birth.

WAT

OKAY, EVERYONE STOP UNTIL I FUCKING CATCH UP.

 :lulz:

The only possible way to catch up is to pick just ONE THING.

Sad but extremely true :cry:
Okay, I pick the dominant paradigm of thinking.

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I don't have all the facts.  The plane whirled downward, however, bright to long and staggered thin.  Insult to injury.  Drama over tragedy.  Generally, I do not deal in waste management but this one caught me slightly off balance.  Meaning: someone purports to be a "nurse/caregiver", having every reason to preempt any concerns of negligence in that capacity, continually justifies the deteriorating health of her "patient" with salient disclosures of their sordid personal/private flaws.  Point being that this nurse was actually driving a wedge into her patients recovery.  Fuck it.  I don't know the facts.  Then, then, however, I come to understand that after sai patients' passing, said nurse stealthy chores an expensive personal effect of recently the deceased.  It just makes me turn; the way that gross negligence would be a euphemism in this case.  My new tenants will be awesome.  Oar, I'm open to compassionate suggestions, really, I'm an advocate for advice.

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LMNO's lack of demand sends market into deflationary spiral.  People start marauding for dogma again.  Not even the underground is safe anymore.  Elderly routinely flagellated to death with unripe bananas.  State declares 12:00 noon the only safe time to be outside.

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Techmology and Scientism / Re: Weekly Science Headlines
« on: Yesterday at 05:29:55 pm »
Time from quantum entanglement: an experimental illustration
http://arxiv.org/abs/1310.4691

From Torino, It...  What comes out of bulls and also rhymes?

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: A new currency.
« on: April 21, 2014, 09:49:42 pm »
It was easy it seemed so easy. The guy spoke English, great English. I felt like I hadnít spoken in ...

This is what death is. One day I stopped controlling myself directly and became the puppet of a previous me that hung against two eye windows who had himself one day lost control to a previous him hanging from a portrait without eyes.

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   :eek: 8) :wink: :lulz:

One day death will come to have eyes of his own.  Then release him on his own recognizance.  That would be splendidly provident for ALL necronomicoin options on futures.  Physicists predict the resultant negative entropy density to be non negligible or negotiable, like rising interest rates.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: A new currency.
« on: April 21, 2014, 09:10:15 pm »
Poor Dave.  I think he was the first to realize where the call was really coming from.  It all went from being a fun circus of creepy little mamels to a murderous horde brain of weevils, very quickly. I got mine hooked-up to a pre-amp, delay unit, overdrive distortion, and YouTube.  Yummy.
[Ed. Weevils, prepositions]

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: A new currency.
« on: April 21, 2014, 06:30:38 pm »
The suspicion is getting stronger.  Putting aside yesterday's pantomime of authority, it seems that recent operational changes are less due to transitions in upper management and more directly related to what's happening right here.  The hazmat perimeter is moving forward and closing on our building.  Small mole rats have started nesting in what's left of Paul's cranium and I'm sick of telling Dave not to eat what he repeatedly thinks are cheesy noodles being voluntarily dispensed by his other colleagues' skulls. Facebook has become invaluable to sorting all this out. 

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Comic Reviews and discussions
« on: April 21, 2014, 01:23:08 am »
That looks awesome, just came up while also reading Kenneth grant "in modern fictional fantasies designed ostensibly to while away a few hours, certain adepts have approached more closely the real secret of magic and of creative consciousness"(otct) :lulz:

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: ATTN: Roger
« on: April 20, 2014, 10:34:05 pm »
I will keel haul those eels!

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: ATTN: Roger
« on: April 19, 2014, 10:15:56 pm »
Hear too :sad:

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Fucking hell.  is everyone suck a precious snowflake that they need a unique classification to describe their personality?

It's a taxonomist's paradise.

Well... yeah? Once the school psychologist diagnoses you with ADHD, oppositional-defiant disorder, and dyscalcula because your math teacher is obnoxious, you might as well go nuts making up your own fake latin labels. It's absurd, but what isn't?

If any of these new-fangled emperor-kin turn out half as awesome as Emperor Norton, I'll be satisfied.
ADD:  Attention Demanding Deficient(1)
1: (noun)

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Biromantic means "to describe romantic attraction to more than one gender, despite the lack of sexual attraction" and with the gray in front it means "gray-romantic (grey-romantic) is a person with a romantic orientation that is somewhere between aromantic and romantic.
For example, a gray-romantic may:  Experience romantic attraction but not very often. Experience romantic attraction, but not desire romantic relationships.  Desire relationships which are not quite platonic and not quite romantic."

The only interesting thing about it is that nobody fucking cares.

Biromancy is actually the act of divination performed with a common ball-point pen, in lieu of proper sortilage.

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when you bust a nut and she keeps suckin




 :lulz:Outlook for today much better now :lulz:

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