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Re: Sermon # Whatever: I fucking hate you. Die.
« Reply #195 on: July 25, 2012, 07:32:13 pm »
I leave for a couple days and this happens. WHY DOES THIS ALWAYS HAPPEN WHEN I'M GONE? THANKS A LOT, OBAMA! :argh!:

I poomped on the carpet again.   :sad:
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« Reply #196 on: July 26, 2012, 02:57:41 am »
It's not really a grudge if he has a wolf-something name. From a ouija board. 

It's THURPY.  :lulz:

I have anger issues.  I NEED that thurpy.

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I thought you were dishing it out?  :lol:

No, that would imply that I wanted to help wlfjstr.  I don't.  I in fact want bad things to happen to him.  A prolapse, for example.  Or maybe gall stones.

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« Reply #197 on: July 26, 2012, 02:11:38 pm »
The brown acid is a reference to a quote from the original woodstock. http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=brown%20acid

I was referring to the third definition given in the link. "3. Something that was supposed to be pleasurable but turned out nightmarish."

There was no intent to accuse you of any specific act of any kind.  I did not mean to devalue your opinion.  It is a valid opinion.

I do maintain that it is largely negative in nature.  That's ok with me, but I try to keep more positive about things.  The point of my post was to show that contrast.  I thought the brown acid metaphor was appropriate, because it addressed how people can choose to have a negative experience if they want and nobody can stop them.

I expect part of this misunderstanding is due to vastly dissimilar experiences.  I don't think that should keep us from being able to along though.

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« Reply #198 on: July 26, 2012, 02:15:31 pm »
It's not really a grudge if he has a wolf-something name. From a ouija board. 

It's THURPY.  :lulz:

I have anger issues.  I NEED that thurpy.

 :sad:

I thought you were dishing it out?  :lol:

No, that would imply that I wanted to help wlfjstr.  I don't.  I in fact want bad things to happen to him.  A prolapse, for example.  Or maybe gall stones.

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Oh, wow.

Brilliant.

Diabolical.

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« Reply #199 on: July 26, 2012, 02:23:48 pm »
I'd like to point out that you are completely misusing that metaphor. Let's just look at it, shall we? Your use of "brown acid" is to indicate that somethign was supposed to be positive and turned out negative. Okay, fine. BUT you go on to say
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   I thought the brown acid metaphor was appropriate, because it addressed how people can choose to have a negative experience if they want and nobody can stop them.
implying that it is the attitude of a person that dictates whether or not the experience was positive or negative. Well, I hate to tell you, but "brown acid" indicates the opposite of that. Unless you're saying that TDRR, or whomever else you are referring to a deliberately choosing to have negative experiences. But then, if that's the case "brown acid" is rather specific and completely inappropriate.

eta: Quote fail. Gotta watch that shit. :lulz:
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« Reply #200 on: July 26, 2012, 02:25:57 pm »
I'd like to point out that you are completely misusing that metaphor. Let's just look at it, shall we? Your use of "brown acid" is to indicate that somethign was supposed to be positive and turned out negative. Okay, fine. BUT you go on to say [quote author=wlfjstr link=topic=32870.msg1193516#msg1193516   I thought the brown acid metaphor was appropriate, because it addressed how people can choose to have a negative experience if they want and nobody can stop them.
implying that it is the attitude of a person that dictates whether or not the experience was positive or negative. Well, I hate to tell you, but "brown acid" indicates the opposite of that. Unless you're saying that TDRR, or whomever else you are referring to a deliberately choosing to have negative experiences. But then, if that's the case "brown acid" is rather specific and completely inappropriate.
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It sounds like somebody has dropped LSD into a cowpat during a music festival to me.

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« Reply #201 on: July 26, 2012, 02:57:18 pm »
The brown acid is a reference to a quote from the original woodstock. http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=brown%20acid

I was referring to the third definition given in the link. "3. Something that was supposed to be pleasurable but turned out nightmarish."

There was no intent to accuse you of any specific act of any kind.  I did not mean to devalue your opinion.  It is a valid opinion.

I do maintain that it is largely negative in nature.  That's ok with me, but I try to keep more positive about things.  The point of my post was to show that contrast.  I thought the brown acid metaphor was appropriate, because it addressed how people can choose to have a negative experience if they want and nobody can stop them.

I expect part of this misunderstanding is due to vastly dissimilar experiences.  I don't think that should keep us from being able to along though.

1.  I'm aware of what "the brown acid" is.  I have running sores older than you.

2.  What pissed me off was the incredibly condescending manner of your post, and the passive-aggressive follow ups.

3.  I'll let this go.  You might consider reading your posts from the other guy's POV before posting.  It is entirely possible to get your point across without sounding like you're talking to a 10 year old.
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« Reply #202 on: July 26, 2012, 03:59:16 pm »
1.  I'm aware of what "the brown acid" is.  I have running sores older than you.

2.  What pissed me off was the incredibly condescending manner of your post, and the passive-aggressive follow ups.

3.  I'll let this go.  You might consider reading your posts from the other guy's POV before posting.  It is entirely possible to get your point across without sounding like you're talking to a 10 year old.

I'll take you at your word that you are ancient, but I find it hard to believe that you are that much older than I.  Not that it matters.

I think these kinds of forums make it excruciatingly easy to both give and take offense.  I rarely intend to give offense, and I do my best to not take it.  I'm not always perfect at either.

I've always tried to consider both my audience and my message when writing.  Perhaps I've misread this audience, perhaps I'm much more abrasive than I thought.  But in general, I will stand by what I've written and will try to clarify if I haven't communicated my intent appropriately.  In a place where the meaning of words is debated regularly, I would imagine this is necessary frequently.  I can see how my post could have been taken that way, and it sounds like you respect that it wasn't my intention.  I'm more than happy to consider constructive criticism, and will do my best to heed your recommendations.

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« Reply #203 on: July 26, 2012, 04:33:41 pm »
1.  I'm aware of what "the brown acid" is.  I have running sores older than you.

2.  What pissed me off was the incredibly condescending manner of your post, and the passive-aggressive follow ups.

3.  I'll let this go.  You might consider reading your posts from the other guy's POV before posting.  It is entirely possible to get your point across without sounding like you're talking to a 10 year old.

I'll take you at your word that you are ancient, but I find it hard to believe that you are that much older than I.  Not that it matters.

My VD scabs have age spots.

I think these kinds of forums make it excruciatingly easy to both give and take offense.  I rarely intend to give offense, and I do my best to not take it.  I'm not always perfect at either.

It's really simple, actually.  You write your post, then read it over to make sure it says WHAT you want to say, in the WAY you planned to say it.

Forums by their nature leave out all visual cues to communication.  Sometimes people even find ME abrasive, which is funny considering that I am the kindest, most considerate bastard on the interbutt supermarket.
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« Reply #204 on: July 26, 2012, 04:35:05 pm »
1.  I'm aware of what "the brown acid" is.  I have running sores older than you.

2.  What pissed me off was the incredibly condescending manner of your post, and the passive-aggressive follow ups.

3.  I'll let this go.  You might consider reading your posts from the other guy's POV before posting.  It is entirely possible to get your point across without sounding like you're talking to a 10 year old.

I'll take you at your word that you are ancient, but I find it hard to believe that you are that much older than I.  Not that it matters.

My VD scabs have age spots.

I think these kinds of forums make it excruciatingly easy to both give and take offense.  I rarely intend to give offense, and I do my best to not take it.  I'm not always perfect at either.

It's really simple, actually.  You write your post, then read it over to make sure it says WHAT you want to say, in the WAY you planned to say it.

Forums by their nature leave out all visual cues to communication.  Sometimes people even find ME abrasive, which is funny considering that I am the kindest, most considerate bastard on the interbutt supermarket.

I'm sure that i may come across as a total arsehole when I'm not intending to be.

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« Reply #205 on: July 26, 2012, 07:03:59 pm »
1.  I'm aware of what "the brown acid" is.  I have running sores older than you.

2.  What pissed me off was the incredibly condescending manner of your post, and the passive-aggressive follow ups.

3.  I'll let this go.  You might consider reading your posts from the other guy's POV before posting.  It is entirely possible to get your point across without sounding like you're talking to a 10 year old.

I'll take you at your word that you are ancient, but I find it hard to believe that you are that much older than I.  Not that it matters.

Virtually EVERYBODY knows about the brown acid. Movies, dipschiltz. Pop culture references. Fuck, my daughter has ringtones of older shit than Woodstock.

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I think these kinds of forums make it excruciatingly easy to both give and take offense.  I rarely intend to give offense, and I do my best to not take it.  I'm not always perfect at either.

I've always tried to consider both my audience and my message when writing.  Perhaps I've misread this audience, perhaps I'm much more abrasive than I thought.  But in general, I will stand by what I've written and will try to clarify if I haven't communicated my intent appropriately.  In a place where the meaning of words is debated regularly, I would imagine this is necessary frequently.  I can see how my post could have been taken that way, and it sounds like you respect that it wasn't my intention.  I'm more than happy to consider constructive criticism, and will do my best to heed your recommendations.

I think it goes beyond semantics, but we'll see what happens. *sigh*
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« Reply #206 on: July 27, 2012, 12:05:44 am »
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Why is being quiet akin to being weak or a good doggie?

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« Reply #207 on: July 27, 2012, 02:15:23 am »
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Why is being quiet akin to being weak or a good doggie?

memamo mo mommi mi mmemi mimo oom mom ma. <-- that's the result of me not having anything to say but doin' it anyway! WOOHOO!

Being quiet isn't being weak...  Failing to speak up when some asshole is stepping on your foot is being weak.
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« Reply #208 on: July 27, 2012, 02:16:13 am »
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Why is being quiet akin to being weak or a good doggie?

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« Reply #209 on: July 27, 2012, 02:41:13 am »
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Why is being quiet akin to being weak or a good doggie?

memamo mo mommi mi mmemi mimo oom mom ma. <-- that's the result of me not having anything to say but doin' it anyway! WOOHOO!

Because I told you to THINK FOR YOURSELF.

NOW SHUT UP AND SAY SOMETHING!
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