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Bring and Brag / Re: WEIRDOVERSE
« on: Today at 05:35:16 am »
Good stuff!

I always enjoy your work, Bobby.

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I can see benefits to both sides... Personally, I don't tell most people as it isn't really a topic that comes up in conversation. I've actually only told one person I know about my personal philosophy, and it's only because she has a very similar philosophy. My inner circle of friends has a pretty limited grasp of my indifference, but that's only because they've known me for years and things sometimes come out inadvertently.

What about you guys? Does your family know? I'm sure it would make for a nice dinner conversation with some more conservative parents.

"Telling" people about your philosophy is pointless.  You might as well dance your sculpture.  You might as well sing your cooking.

The simple best advice for writing also applies to philosophy: show, don't tell.

Live your philosophy.  Be your philosophy.

If they are receptive, by your own actions, they will learn.

Well said.

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THE QUESTION PLAGUING THE GREATEST MINDS OF THE AGE: CAN CAINAD EAT MORE SMORES THAN HIS COMPETITOR CAN ORANGES?

 :aaaah:

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In the absence of dignity, discretion will suffice.

:lulz:

(At the whole post, but especially that little nugget.)

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Unless the full range of my mental faculties have left me, and let me tell you, it certainly feels that way these days, I have been rejected as unworthy to volunteer for Alaskan Democrats for lack of devotion to a certain Senator.

My dissapointment is a truck full of bees.

It's a badge of honor.  I've been drummed out of both parties.

My favorite part was:

"Uh, aha, well Zach will call you and set something up that, uh, will work with that you'd like to do."

Me:
Awesome.

Dude:
*gets up to escort me out the door*

Me:
Do you have my number.

Dude:
Oh. Yes. What's your number.


 :lulz: :lulz: :lulz:

FEAR ME.

Get 'em.

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Awesome photos/story about your trip Twid!

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Congrats to Ian, Roger.

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Sorry to hear about your granny, Suu.

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Hello, friends. Here's a quick update:

Should be getting internets Thursday or Friday.

New roommate is awesome local comedian and radio DJ.

Commuting 10 miles by bicycle in 100° weather isn't actually as bad as it sounds.

Found out I didn't default on my student loans, they had approved me for forbearance.

Going back to school for computer science (physics and calculus: wheeeeee!).

Health insurance finally kicked in and paid 100% of the costs for my asthma inhaler—thought I was going to die there for a minute.

Got fired from previous job without cause and immediately found a better job at a seedy internet TV station (one show actually airs on real TV). I make my own hours. 8)

Things are generally looking up.

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My new place doesn't have internet access, so I'm finna be even more sparse around here.

FML FML FML

:crankey:

Where are you, Tierra Del Fuego?

Up shit creek, w/o paddle. I'm not going to say due to likely lawsuit (that I'm likely to win).

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My new place doesn't have internet access, so I'm finna be even more sparse around here.

FML FML FML

:crankey:

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:lulz:


What I don't get about the crying part of breaking up is why it requires so much energy. The amount of force my body puts into squeezing out tears and snot is just incredible. Especially the straining part of the process, where your face gets all wrenched up and you make the quiet "eeeeee" noise. Face, neck, torso: What are you guys even straining against? I mean, if I'm using that many muscles at once, at least I could be evacuating my bowels or coughing up a nice blob of phlegm—you know, something useful. I don't get it....

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