All you can say in this site's defence is that it, rather than reality, occupies the warped minds of some of the planet's most twisted people; gods know what they would get up to if it wasn't here. In these arguably insane times, any lessening or attenuation of madness is maybe something to be thankful for.
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This is uncanny. I said fuck it and timed the commercials. They are almost precisely 10 minutes apart (+/- 30 seconds), and there are exactly 1 per commercial break, last commercial, 6 per hour.
The level of saturation is HUGE. The Koch Brothers must be spending a few hundred thousand in Southern Arizona alone.
All these labels and descriptors to box ourselves in. Why can't we all just be Transhuman?
I can now actually describe myself as something that no one has ever described themselves before.
So I got to go to the hospital today. Thanks, vodka!
Glad you're presumably ok. And vodka will do that.
I'm working on clarifying the difference between a legitimate activist and an SJW.
So far, an activist wants to make things better. An SJW wants to trumpet butthurt at the expense of making things better.
An activist is interested in advancing their cause. An SJW *IS* The Cause.
It's them's that's missing the point.
He used "afraid of life" as an argument about "miserable bastards".
Oh, okay. I was worried that I was missing something obvious.QuoteAlso, no mention of "illegitimate" prior to his own post, so that's a clear misuse of language on his side.
I dismissed that as incomprehensible jargon. I THINK it means "not accepted by this group".
Jesus, they're little savages.
This just in: TGRR defeats Verthaine at Full Contact Milk.
WHAT IN THE EVERLOVING FUCK IS GOING ON IN THAT VIDEO?
I want in on it.
You know, when you're not being a provocative asshole, you're really quite eloquent.
Also, there's something about the Portland mannerism that really fucks up communications with people who aren't from here. People from San Francisco and Oakland kind of get it, but from anywhere else, it's a trainwreck of crossed wires waiting to happen. In person, people think we're too nice, passive, and polite. In writing, people think we're giant dicks who put things way too bluntly. People who are from here tend to say whatever they're thinking, but somehow the delivery softens it too much and nobody can hear it, or they get confused by the gentleness of the delivery and accuse us of being passive-aggressive. I think it's because we talk slowly and tend not to be very loud. That and talking in newscaster english probably confuses people. Keep on fucking that chicken!
Makin' harpoons today.