« on: August 16, 2014, 03:25:12 pm »
Whoa! I thought that was proper Glasgow cuisine for a second there, til I realised it was just pasta and cheese and shit
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I literally have no idea how to turn that into more.
One year ago, I started working out. Quite pleased with the results so far.
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.
Daily "Jesus fucking christ" link:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-28326128QuoteMore than 650 suspected paedophiles have been arrested as part of a six-month operation targeting people accessing child abuse images online.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) said the 660 arrested included doctors, teachers, scout leaders, care workers and former police officers.
More than 400 children have been protected as a result, the agency said.
Arrests were made across the UK and the majority of those held had no previous contact with police.
The NCA said 39 were of those arrested are registered sex offenders.
Charges already brought range from possessing indecent images of children to serious sexual assault.
The NCA stressed that none of those arrested is a serving or former MP or member of the Government.
Behold the final word in the argument in UK communications monitoring. That bill has already flown through the usual process and anyone who dares decry it will be directed to this and accused of sympathising with paedophiles.
It'd almost be funny if it wasn't tragic. Terrorists and drug dealers not scary enough for you? "Well if we don't have X we won't be able to properly protect your kids"
You can't help but wonder about the bold. It seems an odd thing to emphasise to me. Last week there was some discontent over a missing dossier which apparently implicated MP's and other such government figures. Making a point about how none of them are involved seems like a rather politically motivated statement.