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:sad: Well YMMV but my world feels a bit tighter and less fun today

I don't know whether he fell or whether he was pushed but he is surely going to be missed in Ankh Morpork, or not

If any US spags donate to Alzheimer's, the link in this article is through the UK and flagged my card for fraudulent charges, deactivating it. I had to verify the info through a monitoring company to get it running again. One of the drawbacks of local credit unions!

The Story section points to the Alzheimer's Association, though, which has a US donation site.

Tucson looks uncharacteristically lush and...unicorn-y.

Bring and Brag / Re: Awesome posing accident
« on: March 12, 2015, 03:12:20 am »

Nice try taking credit for this photograph of me playing volleyball.

I think I arrived too late to the naturopath party for the dianetics thing to catch on.  :sad:

But the idea may have inspired me to see if I can get my coworker that I hate to join the Church of Scientology. I think it's my new go to tactic for offensive people.

If I wasn't working for the next six hours I would offer my firm support of dianetics to see how the naturopaths deal with being lumped in with Scientology.

The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: AMERICA LOCATED
« on: March 06, 2015, 12:49:44 am »
How do they get it down for repairs?

A 2/3rds majority vote in the House or a constitutional convention called by the Senate.

You built the future Roger and it is a flawless sapphire the size of your head that will flay the flesh to the bone of the fool who touches it.

The Big Bang one is probably the one that upsets me the most. The science geeks, god bless them, think they can convince unreasonable people with reasonable arguments when all they're doing is legitimizing an absurd idea by merely giving it the time of day.

Discordianism is a lot like this elevator. It opens up to a variety of places but you probably don't go there because you get off on the same floor every day. And like the elevator it's filled with assholes.

Then you press every button.

Every ding is enlightenment. They still won't get off on a different floor.

You really should be taking the stairs anyway.

This is also why those in Hell never look back, of course.  Not because the contrast of the living world and where you are now is too depressing.  No.  Instead, because the state of your head will color those experiences as hopeless and banal, too.  Some Christians define Hell as "the absence of God", and I am uncertain as to whether I agree with that.  I feel that it is more the absence of Hell's inmates.  You have become a memory of a person, with memories of accomplishments that just don't seem important anymore AND you can't remember why you used to think they were amazing.

That, that right there is really disturbing.

Great piece.

The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Folk with Steam
« on: March 01, 2015, 10:17:58 pm »
Done! Good luck to your friend.

For those wondering about this comment on FB:

This whole comment section is lail. Not the good kind of lail though. The kind of lail that makes you laugh until your throat is hoarse, and then you feel something like a small piece of vomit at the back of your throat, and you try to swallow to make it go away but you can't stop laughing while you do so and it turns into an almost choke. And then you finally get your breath back, but the feeling is still there at the back of your throat, and no matter how much you swallow or have to drink that small feeling and vague taste of vomit just wont go away.

I'm good.  My metaphors just get...strange when I'm on odd sleep patterns.

In the context of the thread it was the most sensical reply.

"No I am not comparing progressive liberals to Nazis. I'm just saying that they do a bunch of Nazi things. I don't know how much clearer I can be."

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