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Beyond the wall / Re: Who's Who on PD.com
« on: May 11, 2016, 04:00:48 am »
Hay everbody!
Is everyone still kicking?
Heya Ippie! Not many of us left but it's good to see you.

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Beyond the wall / Re: The Elephant in the Living Room, part 2
« on: May 10, 2016, 05:32:08 pm »
Hey sick box we got here guys let's piss and shit and fuck all over it until it sucks.

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So...my mother works as a matron at a boarding school (far away from the one I'm currently at).

At wakeup call this morning, she found one of the students dead.  How was not mentioned to me, but because of the age and sudden nature, there will possibly be an inquest.

Whoa. How's she dealing with it?

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Beyond the wall / Re: The Elephant in the Living Room, part 1
« on: April 30, 2016, 05:24:17 pm »
In any case, I had to say that shit.  Now I'm adjusted.

The next one will be about the "FINE THEN I'M VOTING FOR TRUMP" tards.
Trump has been courting Bernie supporters on the sly for months now. I think it's delicious that the "abstaining from the con" crowd are in fact being conned by America's greatest used car salesman. It's yuge, lemme tell ya, just wonderful.

Can I do up the bolded facebook meme style and set it loose? I think that needs to be everywhere.
Sure. Which reminds me, I don't think we're friends there. PM incoming.

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Beyond the wall / Re: The Elephant in the Living Room, part 1
« on: April 30, 2016, 03:11:50 am »
In any case, I had to say that shit.  Now I'm adjusted.

The next one will be about the "FINE THEN I'M VOTING FOR TRUMP" tards.
Trump has been courting Bernie supporters on the sly for months now. I think it's delicious that the "abstaining from the con" crowd are in fact being conned by America's greatest used car salesman. It's yuge, lemme tell ya, just wonderful.

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Beyond the wall / Re: The Elephant in the Living Room, part 1
« on: April 29, 2016, 10:25:11 pm »
Fucking RAH!

I 100% do not get the vitriol aimed at Clinton. She's not ideal, but witnessing the complete unwillingness to settle for a less than Jesus-level perfect candidate really makes the Bernie crowd sound like they're playing Baby's First Election Cycle. Sack up, kids, progress isn't winning this election but it's not precisely losing, either, unless everyone decides it's hopeless and stays home and uses none of the momentum.

But the vitriol aimed at Sanders voters since last November is just fine.  I didn't take it personally or anything.

Not what I meant at all, bud. Let the hate flow on.

I will.  This thread isn't about political realities.  It's about the way supposed friends demonstrate contempt over said politics.  It's when you find out that a "friend" of 10+ years wasn't really your friend, you were just pixels on her screen and an occasional advantage to be used.  Or an army buddy you've known since 1987 that has decided that you are scum for not riding the whole Sanders thing down in flames.

It's about the fact that most of the Jesii may forgive, but I am not any of them.

It's gotten ugly as fuck. And it sucks that the ugliness is coming from a movement I support. And it sucks that you've been a target of it.

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Beyond the wall / Re: The Elephant in the Living Room, part 1
« on: April 29, 2016, 10:04:33 pm »
Fucking RAH!

I 100% do not get the vitriol aimed at Clinton. She's not ideal, but witnessing the complete unwillingness to settle for a less than Jesus-level perfect candidate really makes the Bernie crowd sound like they're playing Baby's First Election Cycle. Sack up, kids, progress isn't winning this election but it's not precisely losing, either, unless everyone decides it's hopeless and stays home and uses none of the momentum.

But the vitriol aimed at Sanders voters since last November is just fine.  I didn't take it personally or anything.

Not what I meant at all, bud. Let the hate flow on.

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Beyond the wall / Re: The Elephant in the Living Room, part 1
« on: April 29, 2016, 09:56:06 pm »
Fucking RAH!

I 100% do not get the vitriol aimed at Clinton. She's not ideal, but witnessing the complete unwillingness to settle for a less than Jesus-level perfect candidate really makes the Bernie crowd sound like they're playing Baby's First Election Cycle. Sack up, kids, progress isn't winning this election but it's not precisely losing, either, unless everyone decides it's hopeless and stays home and uses none of the momentum.

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Beyond the wall / Re: Mother, Mother Ocean
« on: April 26, 2016, 05:00:51 pm »
Sean Daly was hired as a media liaison at my place of employment, for two weeks. He performed no duties, and was let go for reasons unknown.

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Schroedinger's news has been resolved and it's totally good.

I am currently doing an impression of an 19C miner who just struck gold covered in oil.

So then your series of shady umbrella companies is just going to be for fun?

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Discordian Recipes / Re: On Being (a Gourmand):
« on: April 13, 2016, 12:22:26 pm »
I THINK YOU COULD PULL THIS ONE OFF ROGER

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Beyond the wall / Re: Latter-Day Spags of Discordia, part 1
« on: April 12, 2016, 06:02:11 pm »
Free market hot dogs here! Get your free market hot dogs! Much tastier now that we got that pesky FDA out of the equation!

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Beyond the wall / Re: Feeling Up the 21st Century, part 2
« on: April 12, 2016, 05:55:18 pm »
This is good. Perhaps if the bartender associates xenophobia with stress, he will be conditioned against it. It's your duty to continue his lessons.

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Beyond the wall / Re: Political Memes/Cartoons you Disagree With
« on: April 12, 2016, 04:16:30 pm »
I hope you don't mind, Cain, but I threw together a Tweety Bird meme using a quote from one of your posts from the "Picking Cain's Brains" thread, slightly modified.
If you would rather I hadn't, let me know, and I will trash it. Just wanted a quick example of what something like that might look like.



Nice. Now we're getting somewhere.

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Beyond the wall / Re: Political Memes/Cartoons you Disagree With
« on: April 11, 2016, 09:27:08 pm »
Still, this correlation between Warner Bros cartoon characters and dickbag political messages is oddly interesting.
Maybe it's a generational backlash that's been, like most of the rest of the memes, ineptly executed? Like they see Spongebob and Fry used in memes and they want to show these damned kids what a real cartoon was, back in their day.

Or they're the logical conclusion of Calvin peeing on Ford logos on the back of 90's Chevy trucks.

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