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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Aya
« on: Today at 01:13:58 am »
 :lulz:

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I forget who came up with it before but it was fucking brilliant.

Something about not wanting to increase the energy of the vibes because more energetic wavelengths cause cancer, so you want to lower the frequency of your vibrations.

That's BRILLIANT.

Also maybe throw in something about how too many vibes keep your baby awake.

I wish I could remember who it was. I want to say it was Net, Junkenstein, Demolition Squid or Paes. I can't even remember the thread it was in.

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I forget who came up with it before but it was fucking brilliant.

Something about not wanting to increase the energy of the vibes because more energetic wavelengths cause cancer, so you want to lower the frequency of your vibrations.

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Best wishes, Trippin.

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I am particularly enamored of "This venereal disease of the soul".

I felt like throwing myself into the River out of sheer self disgust.

But there's no water in our river, so it would probably hurt.

You can actually swim in our river now, you know.

 :lulz:

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Mr. Language would be a hell of a lot better off if he recognized his situation and got to guarding the Crossroads. In this world he's like a colorized black-and-white film being projected onto a gossamer curtain. Imagine, never being able to taste anything... it's got to be a horrible death.

I've seen those films from the VERY BEGINNING of moving pictures.  They guy doing backflips, the guy running.  That's him.

A little flickery, trying very hard to appear solid.

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Curiously, I am fairly certain he's never met NLDM, which makes his attempt to be remembered slightly horrifying in that "all living people look alike to you, don't they?" way.

Apparently, their paths crossed once, or so Mr Language insisted.  After a moment or so, NLDM agreed that they had.

Well, if enough people agree that they've met him, that makes him feel real.

Both of these statements made my bones a little cold.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Puns Forbidden in China
« on: Yesterday at 10:55:47 pm »
Map of all territory formerly part of the British Empire


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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Puns Forbidden in China
« on: Yesterday at 10:51:12 pm »
And you know, even though their world spanning empire is gone, the UK still remains a major player in both world affairs and global economy.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Puns Forbidden in China
« on: Yesterday at 10:40:06 pm »
I think it has more to do with the fact that we supplanted the English as a world power. Americans speak English for a reason

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Puns Forbidden in China
« on: Yesterday at 10:22:03 pm »
The lack of alphabet doesn't seem to be a problem for people who can read Chinese.

Yes, but it's hard. Unlike English, which totally has consistent rules and makes sense.

I know, right? But here's the funny thing about that. There's gotta be some dude in China mocking English for similar reasons. We don't have a proper set of ideograms. We may as well since our spellings are so damn inconsistent.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Puns Forbidden in China
« on: Yesterday at 10:17:25 pm »
The lack of alphabet doesn't seem to be a problem for people who can read Chinese.

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So, I'm not sure if I mentioned, but I got accepted to a winter bridge session weeklong Biotech seminar at UMass Lowell, shuttle provided by Bunker Hill, free lunch. I'm a little on the fence because of missed work potential, but at the same time, it's extra lab experience, particularly in applied biology. The tricky part is that it effects how much I can put towards tuition for spring semester, possibly.

At the same time, I'm transferring all of my online materials from Summer Semester into various MS documents, but that's pretty tedious.

It does sound like awesome experience, though!

It does. I may just have to crunch some numbers and work a really strange work schedule. Like a twelve hour day with an eight and a half hour lunch break :lulz:

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So, I'm not sure if I mentioned, but I got accepted to a winter bridge session weeklong Biotech seminar at UMass Lowell, shuttle provided by Bunker Hill, free lunch. I'm a little on the fence because of missed work potential, but at the same time, it's extra lab experience, particularly in applied biology. The tricky part is that it effects how much I can put towards tuition for spring semester, possibly.

At the same time, I'm transferring all of my online materials from Summer Semester into various MS documents, but that's pretty tedious.

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C in physics, B- in cell.

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