Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Messages - LuciferX

Pages: 1 ... 32 33 34 [35] 36 37 38 ... 102
Or Kill Me / Re: One Sentence Rants
« on: June 08, 2014, 05:28:05 am »
Ei, look, we got a comedian here.  Rare form, really.

Great production value - having trouble loading after intro - good use of "Lost Boys" title song.  I hope the video is not too disturbing?
It's not lurid or gratuitous, and yeah, the production values are almost TV Standard. "Jingle jangle" *shudders

Yea, that crept up quick.

Great production value - having trouble loading after intro - good use of "Lost Boys" title song.  I hope the video is not too disturbing?

The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: A new currency.
« on: June 06, 2014, 08:32:29 pm »
I really enjoy these and try to read them carefully.  Should this be read I'm any kind of sequence with the Marrow Man posts?

Making an appointment for my first physical exam in fuck all with my new primary care doctor through the Naval Clinic. When I asked the boy if I should be aware of anything, he said, "Just remember, Department of Defense."


Eh, what's that supposed to mean?  I'm sure he meant it like, "we have very good doctors" instead of anything sinister?  Right?

[and there was no pun intended by the phrase preceding "DOD", I'm sure of that :horrormirth:]

Aneristic Illusions / Re: UK's first secret trial gets underway
« on: June 06, 2014, 07:13:57 am »
Confirming or denying that would compromise your right to privacy.

My brain just fell in on itself and gave me an anxiety attack.

Fuck this. I need to call my new doctor tomorrow for a physical anyway, may as well have him give me a referral to a shrink along with a gyno. I think it's time to medicate myself normal so others will stop being offended by my personality or some shit.

It might be a good idea. I talked to my doctor about it when the frequency and intensity increased (the temporary paralysis was kind of a selling point). I got lorazepam, it helped, and funny enough, I haven't needed a refill yet. I took most of the bottle, but I'm a bit more aware of my triggers.

I don't typically get that bad, I just suddenly feel like everybody I know is out to get me, hates me, and that everything I have said and done my entire life is terrible, and I burst into tears and don't move for a while. I was prone to this more when I worked in restaurants and it went away once I went to school and got away from the triggers. I tend to get them now with the academic and reenactment communities. If I piss one person off, or rather, THINK I pissed one person off, my brain goes to this place where it immediately blames me for breathing the same air at this human. I don't think this is how it's supposed to work.

I used to (and still somewhat do) get all that stuff.  One thing I found about the triggers is that they can have a cumulative effect, raising baseline anxiety levels, and reducing headroom for higher cognitive functions.  The anti-whatever pills can help reset that baseline anxiety so as to allow progressively dealing with triggers in an effective way.  Also some talk therapy can help untangle that cognitive process and develop positive coping strategies. 

D.D.O.S. To counter linguistic virus infiltration and side-step the plots requirement for weaponized SDA/RI's leveraged toward human exploitation...  I might just have to stay up and read that.

[it had me at Deliverator]

Or Kill Me / Re: One Sentence Rants
« on: June 05, 2014, 06:18:45 am »
I'm reporting your icon to central committee, meanwhile, is that Cosmic Trigger thing suggested reading? (I was raised by vulgate wolves that disapproved of the written word)  :aww:

It's kind of a more personal version of Prometheus Rising

if that answers your question

Awesome, I enjoyed Prometheus Rising, and used to have an original paperback :)   

Thanks for the sausage links :fnord:

Techmology and Scientism / Re: Weekly Science Headlines
« on: June 05, 2014, 05:58:33 am »
I don't understand quantums (fuck knows I've tried) so I don't understand quantum computers but I'm reliably informed they'll be much faster than silicon ones. I don't understand silicon either but I've a hundred and one ideas as to what I can do with fast. This seems like it could be big news. Maybe someone who does understand quantums could explain roughly how big
Granted it's too complicated for me, still I feel reasonably disconcerted by the possibility of quantum computing solving NP-C problems in ways that would render obsolete most encryption protocols.

Aneristic Illusions / Re: Random News Stories
« on: June 05, 2014, 05:43:53 am »

An inquest last week has revealed that a JP Morgan exec that committed suicide earlier this year was obsessed with the concept of parallel universes and a mysterious suicide pact between two American students based on the theory.

“There was a story of a double suicide in the States where two students had killed themselves,” she said. “It was to do with quantum physics and suicide, the two students were linked up to lethal injections which were operated by lottery numbers.

“So the only universe they would wake up in would be the one they both won the lottery in.

I've found no evidence his suicide was connected to this Schrodinger's Suicide Pact type thing, but it makes for a crazy headline

Sounds like maybe they were knocking on the wrong door.

Alright spags, download it while you can:
World in now a better place :)

Whatever, I wont feel at home until they serve that caviar with teat-fresh creme :taco:

I not longer care AT ALL about Chemistry,

Chemistry is unloved and alone.   :cry:

Chemistry deserves it.
Oh Chemistry, dear chemistry, let slip the bondage of your limitations.

Pages: 1 ... 32 33 34 [35] 36 37 38 ... 102