The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: 21C Man, Part 17: What do you get when you fuck with us?« on: May 04, 2015, 04:22:39 pm »
'sup, my privileged, cishet shitlords? I'm back from oppressing womyn and PoC.
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I got hired I start Monday.
More importantly: how does Obama invade a state he already owns?
That's like claiming I illegally broke into my own house. It's retarded. I know Texas likes to think it's not America, at least when a black man is in charge, but it is.
The South lost, and it really fucking needs to get over that.
When I am rich, I will have heating coils installed on the necks of giraffes.
Because their coffee is cold before it gets to their stomachs. You never thought about that, did you? No, you only think of yourselves.
There is nothing actually wrong with expressing that you are interested in a person. People do it all the time, and if it doesn't work out they get over it. It's pretty normal to be attracted to friends. The problem occurs when that is the only thing you see in that person, and when a rejection leads to resentment.
I have been there, and I would be very much surprised if most people haven't. I remain in love with a friend, and we are both aware of it, and when we see one another we enjoy each others' company and talk about trivialities like any two people do.
Your results may vary. Your male friend's advice may be the best one, because as a third party he probably has a better assessment of the situation.
Very common: http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php?topic=36875.msg1359314#msg1359314
Yeah! I think by "they get over it" I really meant "it continues to burn for years and casual conversations feel like you're screaming and puking up your soul but it's a good feeling because it's messy and it reminds you that you're human."
I really did not convey that part properly.
A lot of my friendships have an undercurrent of "I'll always be kinda in love with you". Some are exes, some are people I started to date but it didn't go, some are people I've never dated and never will.
Romantic love is not exclusive to romantic relationships.
That ad was funny you terrible bore.
He authentically doesn't get the humor, which is fine. He lacks the cognitive basis for understanding what makes it funny. Where it stops being fine and becomes insufferable is his insistence that because he doesn't find something funny, it is objectively not funny to anyone.
Sustainable LARPing? Sounds interesting, but how do you keep the larpers in the ground once you plant them there?
Fun little read about (I guess) the difference between the mind and the body and how that divide relates to those trying to find 'enlightenment' and the difficulties of quantifying such things.
It was entertaining, but ultimately I felt it was pointless.
There is no mind/body divide, the idea that there is is merely an artifact of consciousness, which is an emergent property driven by the complex interactions of our nervous system.
Did you know that if you sync up Dark Side of the Moon with the Bible it tells you precisely where Jesus's moon base is?