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Kira Posted: Sun Nov 9 22:47:13 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I don't have a myspace.

I'm not on facebook.

I've never played Rockband.

I've never played Wii.

I don't watch reality TV. Period.

I hate text messaging.

I'm not worried about the economy.

I didn't vote for St. Obama.

I only recycle aluminum.

I'm not worried about the environment.

I have a deep and abiding mistrust for ALL NEWS SOURCES and am consequently uninformed.

I don't pick up after my dogs if they go in the trees.

I think people listen to WAY TOO MUCH music.

I've never seen Casablanca.

I think Harry Potter is a bigot and a prat.


 
mat_j Posted: Mon Nov 10 05:37:41 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I don't care


 
addi Posted: Mon Nov 10 06:43:39 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I care that you don't care.


 
FN Posted: Mon Nov 10 07:18:38 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Kira said:
>I've never played Wii.
I did once

>I'm not worried about the economy.
You should be

>I've never seen Casablanca.
Aw, you should, you'll like it

Other than that you can count me in.



I'll add some of my own:


I think superstituous people *are* stupid, mentally weak and need to get a hobby instead of telling others what (not) to do (if they just mind their own business then they're just stupid without any harm done for all I care)

I sometimes just don't pick up my phone or reply to text messages when I want to be left alone, and when asked why make up farfetched excuses through which everybody knows I didn't feel like answering them and don't feel the need to apologize for it

I dislike the way our modern school system works and believe the time in which degrees can be achieved could and should be halved or at least severely reduced to allow people to get actual useful skills in a work enviroment instead of wasting their time on useless trivia

I think a lot of people should be prevented from reproducing and in some (a lot?) of cases just shot to get it over with (I'm looking at you, "gangsta's" and those of similar stock)

I respect everybody's right to say what he/she thinks but keeping in mind what the population is made up of I rarely respect what is said or the person that's saying it

I have no affectionate disposition towards sporting events or other stuff I have absolutely nothing to gain or lose from

I'm in favour of companies paying their employees or CEO's or similar whatever the hell they want

I mistrust government with a vengeance, but would like to get into it anyway to either do my part to dismantle it from within as much as possible or at least know that there's not some incompetent asshole calling the shots over my life by any degree

I could never work for an employer my entire life, but I can see why it's appealing to some

I think slave morality is one of the greatest evils in the world

I don't believe in democracy, which relies on the reality tv-watching masses being capable of making serious decisions

I don't believe in "multiculturalism" and am convinced that the preaching of it has caused more racism than any racist propaganda could ever hope to

I don't believe in religious institutions being funded by tax payer's money (aside from existing *church* buildings as part of historical cultural heritage)

I somtimes spend several minutes waving my hand in front of a mirror because I still can't wrap my head around the concept of "reflection"

I think a lot of people deserve a smack on the head when they talk about stuff they have absolutely no clue about with a righteous look on their face as they rehash what's been spoonfed to them by people who either don't know diddly squat about it themselves or have something to gain by stirring up the masses (popular stuff: economy, anything historical and especially WWII related,...)

I think this is enough for now.


 
Ahriman Posted: Mon Nov 10 08:43:41 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  My feet are cold.


 
ifihadahif Posted: Mon Nov 10 09:04:29 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I liked the movie The Notebook


 
~Just Imagine~ Posted: Mon Nov 10 09:49:12 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I did too :)


 
~Just Imagine~ Posted: Mon Nov 10 09:49:52 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  btw hif
Very nice picture! cute


 
addi Posted: Mon Nov 10 11:57:04 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I think it's high time I responded directly to you, Christophe...because I know how much you value my opinion. : )


Christophe said:

>I think superstituous people *are* stupid, mentally weak and need to get a hobby instead of telling others what (not) to do (if they just mind their own business then they're just stupid without any harm done for all I care)

I'm superstitious about Belgians that think supertitious people are stupid.


>I sometimes just don't pick up my phone or reply to text messages when I want to be left alone, and when asked why make up farfetched excuses through which everybody knows I didn't feel like answering them and don't feel the need to apologize for it

I know what you mean. Sometimes I don't reply to posts here when I want to be left alone.

>I dislike the way our modern school system works and believe the time in which degrees can be achieved could and should be halved or at least severely reduced to allow people to get actual useful skills in a work enviroment instead of wasting their time on useless trivia

Depends on the major I say. I don't want a future doctor skimping on class time. And I must add that if you visited the American school system for a short time you'd thank your lucky stars you got educated over there.

>I think a lot of people should be prevented from reproducing and in some (a lot?) of cases just shot to get it over with (I'm looking at you, "gangsta's" and those of similar stock)

I'm with you here. If only there was some practical fair way to impliment a system like that. The first group I'd vote for being sterilized is the "Palin in 2012" folks.

>I respect everybody's right to say what he/she thinks but keeping in mind what the population is made up of I rarely respect what is said or the person that's saying it

I feel a deep sense of pride that I'm one of the few people whose opinion you respect so much. I guess I raised you right.

>I have no affectionate disposition towards sporting events or other stuff I have absolutely nothing to gain or lose from

I'm with you...except for college football. I'm a nut case about that :(

>I'm in favour of companies paying their employees or CEO's or similar whatever the hell they want

Spoken by an employee that isn't making $5.90 per hour with a CEO pulling in 3 million annually...and running the company into the ground.

>I mistrust government with a vengeance, but would like to get into it anyway to either do my part to dismantle it from within as much as possible or at least know that there's not some incompetent asshole calling the shots over my life by any degree

A paraphrase of the above: Someday I hope to be supreme dictator of the world. : )


>I could never work for an employer my entire life, but I can see why it's appealing to some

Don't know about over there, but it rarely happens here anymore.


>I think slave morality is one of the greatest evils in the world

Not sure what slave morality is. You'll have to explain more what you mean by it.

>I don't believe in democracy, which relies on the reality tv-watching masses being capable of making serious decisions

With you on this. I'm all for an enlightened oligarchy myself..as long as I'm one of the Garchys. : )

>I don't believe in "multiculturalism" and am convinced that the preaching of it has caused more racism than any racist propaganda could ever hope to

Hatred, fear, mistrust of anyone different doesn't lead to better options. Deal with it. : )

>I don't believe in religious institutions being funded by tax payer's money (aside from existing *church* buildings as part of historical cultural heritage)

yup.

>I somtimes spend several minutes waving my hand in front of a mirror because I still can't wrap my head around the concept of "reflection"

at least you can see your reflection. Vampires can't...and that's why so many of them walk around with bad hair or blood on their cheeks that they aren't aware of. So when others point and laugh they don't have a clue about why, and that pisses them off so they go bite a perfectly well groomed person's neck.

>I think a lot of people deserve a smack on the head when they talk about stuff they have absolutely no clue about with a righteous look on their face as they rehash what's been spoonfed to them by people who either don't know diddly squat about it themselves or have something to gain by stirring up the masses (popular stuff: economy, anything historical and especially WWII related,...)

Amen. Preach on brother! Thankfully I'm in the group that knows what it's talking about.

>I think this is enough for now.

No. I think I'll tell you when it's enough, young man.


 
FN Posted: Mon Nov 10 12:37:47 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Yeah, democracy sucks but it's better than a dictatorship where I'm not in charge; so until that day...

Anyway,

if that employee who makes 5.90 an hour doesn't like it he should start his own company where he can call the shots.

As for slave morality, instead of typing it out myself I proof-read the wikipedia entry on it before linking it here, it isn't too long and, although in a very summarized way, gives some insight in what it means:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master-Slave_Morality


That half page of text doesn't do the concept justice though. "On the Genealogy of Morals" isn't too big a book and explains it much more in depth.


Probably should add Nietzsche to the list of stuff people talk about without having a clue. In fact, a few months ago it got to the point that I ended up actually taking the time of writing a letter to a weekly magazine I read in reaction to an interview with a socialist politician who claimed her socialist sentiment was in part caused by her reading nietzsche at the local library at age 14 (based on all kinds of BS she attached to it). Long story short: an ass was thoroughly kicked in public, and it wasn't mine.


 
Kira Posted: Mon Nov 10 19:16:32 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'm not a big fan of democracy either, although damned if I can think of anything better.

I heard about mentally handicapped people being taken to the polls to vote last week and about blew a fuse.


 
ifihadahif Posted: Mon Nov 10 20:39:51 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Kira said:
>I'm not a big fan of democracy either, although damned if I can think of anything better.
>
>I heard about mentally handicapped people being taken to the polls to vote last week and about blew a fuse.
>
Gotta love those ACORN pukes.


 
Kira Posted: Mon Nov 10 21:53:02 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  mat_j said:
>I don't care

Mat you probably didn't intend it this way but it just occurs to me that this was a really nice thing to say. I find that both funny and reassuring and feel not so foolish for having yet again posted something pointless in a fit of boredom.

IN YOUR FACE.







(But if it was intentional, hugs a million.)


 
FN Posted: Tue Nov 11 08:04:37 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Aren't you forgetting somebody


 
Kira Posted: Tue Nov 11 13:26:28 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  And um Christophe is awesome?


 
DanSRose Posted: Wed Nov 12 08:56:49 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Last night, I made a great meal (stuffed pepper) and even though my finance loved and had two, I couldn't anything all night, save the 2 bites (and around 1:30, a Trader Joe's ice cream sandwich) because thought of eating food was as appetizing as the thought of eating wood. Like having parts and gears and boards for meal.

I donated $20 to ACORN yesterday because the more I read about them, the more of a great organization they seem to be. I got a bonus from work (and a very late birthday card) and besides wanting to help an organization that is underfunded and getting a bad rap from liars & assfaces, I'm looking for a drop good karma, as my dad went down to FL to start to break up my grandparents' estate. You know, now that they're both dead.

My kitten is awesome. Awesome but dumb. I spent 10 minutes on Tuesday teasing him, making shadow puppets against the wall, watching him smash his lil' head against the wall attacking the fake duck.

I own 7 Vonneguts and 2 Highsmiths. I've read 4 of one and a half the other. I'm in the middle of the first Ripley and I'm starting Breakfast of Champions next week.

A game shop opened in Park Slope and I'm thinking about taking chess lessons because I want to play to be good and to win.


 
FN Posted: Wed Nov 12 10:05:51 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Breakfast of Champions isn't too bad; not what it's hyped up to be though. Same goes for Slaughterhouse-Five. But I did enjoy Cat's Cradle a lot.


 
ifihadahif Posted: Wed Nov 12 11:37:17 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  DanSRose said:

>I donated $20 to ACORN yesterday because the more I read about them, the more of a great organization they seem to be. I got a bonus from work (and a very late birthday card) and besides wanting to help an organization that is underfunded and getting a bad rap from liars & assfaces, I'm looking for a drop good karma, as my dad went down to FL to start to break up my grandparents' estate. You know, now that they're both dead.
>
My condolences for your grandparents.

Calling me an assface will not get you a lot of good karma.

You might think ACORN is a good organization, but only if you don't believe in democratically elected government.

Actually I don't care that they only recruit and encourage those who would vote democrat, it's the fact that they get 40% of their funding from taxpayer money. And I don't really like the voter fraud they seem to perpetuate as well.


 
addi Posted: Wed Nov 12 13:06:48 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  ifihadahif said:
>You might think ACORN is a good organization, but only if you don't believe in democratically elected government.

right, cuz we all know the republicans would never ever stoop so low as to manipulate or tamper with election count results.
I suggest you take 15 minutes and do a little research on some eye opening irregularities found after the previous two elections, that had a direct effect on the outcome of both...or does your loyalty to the party completely blind you to the facts?

http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/10432334/was_the_2004_election_stolen

http://www.usccr.gov/pubs/vote2000/report/ch9.htm


*I've never personally had the pleasure of seeing your handsome face, but I'm sure no one would ever confuse it with an ass : )


 
Kira Posted: Wed Nov 12 15:13:58 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Addi I like your photo! The border works really well.

Hif is a stone fox. The envy of all Bonds past and present.


 
addi Posted: Wed Nov 12 17:18:47 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  thanks, K.
I like nature shots and critters and stuff, like you. Saw this branch in my back yard while I was taking a shot of the canadian geese in the lake and thought it was worth a try. Ended up manipulating it in photoshop (something I try not to do too much) because it made it almost have an impressionist painting quality about it.


I should have probably stopped at "thanks"


 
ifihadahif Posted: Wed Nov 12 17:28:57 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addi said:
>ifihadahif said:
>>You might think ACORN is a good organization, but only if you don't believe in democratically elected government.
>
>right, cuz we all know the republicans would never ever stoop so low as to manipulate or tamper with election count results.
>I suggest you take 15 minutes and do a little research on some eye opening irregularities found after the previous two elections, that had a direct effect on the outcome of both...or does your loyalty to the party completely blind you to the facts?
>
>http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/10432334/was_the_2004_election_stolen
>
>http://www.usccr.gov/pubs/vote2000/report/ch9.htm
>
I'm not saying that there are no irregularities on the conservative side of things, but a lot of those allegations were never proven, though some were legit, many of the charges were just anectdotal, particularly the stories of disenfranchised voters in Florida. None of those were ever coroborated. In any case this is off the subject. This stuff happens with every election on BOTH sides. ACORN is different.
My beef with ACORN is they are taxpayer funded and they have been proven to be an organization that pushes a leftist agenda with fraudulent and illegal tactics. All with taxpayer money.

I have two ex-wives that might confuse my face with an ass by the way.
:-)


 
DanSRose Posted: Wed Nov 12 19:42:07 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  There is a difference between voter registration fraud and voter fraud . Voter registration fraud is when a person is put on the voter register who isn't supposed to be there, either because of elligibility (eg. age, like your 7 year old needing to be a part of things so they fill out a registration), having someone's name being put on the register more than once, or even that they don't exist. Voter fraud is when either someone votes and then their vote is changed, tossed away, or not counted.
In the first scenario, nothing happens. Either a person who isn't supposed to there does not or cannot come. Also if it there is a question in regards to their their eligibility, they can simply fill out a written ballot and their status is checked later; if they're good, their vote gets counted, and if not, not. It becomes a problem of paperwork.
The second is a crime. The second denies a person of their natural right of effecting government. If a few people at ACORN made more paperwork because ? then okay. If what the rumors coming out of GA and Alaska are true (massive voter fraud is Georgia and mystically magically there are less votes in Alaska in this election then '04), then that is just wrong.

ACORN's mission statement is to fight predatory lending, save homes from foreclosure, increasing civic participation, Gulf Coast recovery, a campaign for a living wage and increasing the minimum wage, and universal health care.
What the hell! Those sons of bitches!


 
DanSRose Posted: Wed Nov 12 20:58:42 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  hif, thanks for the condolences. It, well, kind of sucked.
I handled each death (uncle just after Thanksgiving, grandpa before Chanukah, grandma at the beginning of August) increasingly worse. Flying back from Fort Lauderdale (or trying to, because going north on East Coast flight sucks assface- it is the word of the day, it is the rules), I kind of had a 'going crazy' session and yelled at everyone and got the whole family pissed at me (no one was well but I had the nerve to show a emotion, though they were not good or appropriate emotion, especially in the middle of the airport). Not a good year.

And hif, remember- it's that I don't like you; your pretty awesome. It's that what you stand for and believe in disgusts me. *high five*


 
ifihadahif Posted: Wed Nov 12 21:02:58 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  DanSRose said:
>There is a difference between voter registration fraud and voter fraud . Voter registration fraud is when a person is put on the voter register who isn't supposed to be there, either because of elligibility (eg. age, like your 7 year old needing to be a part of things so they fill out a registration), having someone's name being put on the register more than once, or even that they don't exist. Voter fraud is when either someone votes and then their vote is changed, tossed away, or not counted.
>In the first scenario, nothing happens. Either a person who isn't supposed to there does not or cannot come. Also if it there is a question in regards to their their eligibility, they can simply fill out a written ballot and their status is checked later; if they're good, their vote gets counted, and if not, not. It becomes a problem of paperwork.
>The second is a crime. The second denies a person of their natural right of effecting government. If a few people at ACORN made more paperwork because ? then okay. If what the rumors coming out of GA and Alaska are true (massive voter fraud is Georgia and mystically magically there are less votes in Alaska in this election then '04), then that is just wrong.
>
>ACORN's mission statement is to fight predatory lending, save homes from foreclosure, increasing civic participation, Gulf Coast recovery, a campaign for a living wage and increasing the minimum wage, and universal health care.
>What the hell! Those sons of bitches!
>
Seems to me that you can put any damn thing you want in a mission statement and most likely you aren't gonna include fraud and embezzlement there.

Google Acorn voter fraud and you will get more than a million hits.
A pattern has been established with Acorn's behavior.

If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck . . . .


 
ifihadahif Posted: Wed Nov 12 21:05:05 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  DanSRose said:
>hif, thanks for the condolences. It, well, kind of sucked.
>I handled each death (uncle just after Thanksgiving, grandpa before Chanukah, grandma at the beginning of August) increasingly worse. Flying back from Fort Lauderdale (or trying to, because going north on East Coast flight sucks assface- it is the word of the day, it is the rules), I kind of had a 'going crazy' session and yelled at everyone and got the whole family pissed at me (no one was well but I had the nerve to show a emotion, though they were not good or appropriate emotion, especially in the middle of the airport). Not a good year.
>
>And hif, remember- it's that I don't like you; your pretty awesome. It's that what you stand for and believe in disgusts me. *high five*
>
No prob Dan, just remember without guys like me, your kind might just get to be in charge of everything, and that would just be . . . . well it would just be awful.
:-)


 
ifihadahif Posted: Wed Nov 12 21:07:53 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Kira said:
>Addi I like your photo! The border works really well.
>
>Hif is a stone fox. The envy of all Bonds past and present.
>
Why thank you Kira !

She's right you know, and very very bright as well.
:-)


 
mat_j Posted: Thu Nov 13 14:48:43 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Kira said:
>mat_j said:
>>I don't care
>
>Mat you probably didn't intend it this way but it just occurs to me that this was a really nice thing to say. I find that both funny and reassuring and feel not so foolish for having yet again posted something pointless in a fit of boredom.
>
>IN YOUR FACE.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>(But if it was intentional, hugs a million.)

I didn't really think about it, i guess i was just being fatuous, like you were i guess, so it all balances out.

I certainly didn't mean any offence.

Rock on you mad mad maniac.




 
Mesh Posted: Sat Nov 15 00:19:34 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I really hate the colouring of my beard as it is these days. Used to be basically just a dark blonde through and through. But it started changing some time ago. Now it's a mixture of blondes, browns, and this reddish coloring. And of course, those few pesky grays. Boo!

Other people seem to think it looks good the way it's all mixed together. Me? Not so much. What is with that, anyways? Hair colouring changing? That's just dumb.


 
addi Posted: Sat Nov 15 06:22:53 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Wisenheimer said:
>Now it's a mixture of blondes, browns, and this reddish coloring. And of course, those few pesky grays. Boo!

Meshie and the Amazing Technicolor Dreambeard

Mine is that way too, at least it was when I had facial hair, which wasn't very often. Some folks have a face structure and personality that makes beards look good on them...I don't. If I tried to grow anything now it would all come in grey, even with my mostly brown hair. Go figure. I know "Just For Men" makes a dye for beards and such. I always thought it looked kinda dumb to do that, but to each their own.



*Keeping my perfect record going of seeing every Bond movie made in a theatre I went to the latest last night.
I liked it actually.


 
ifihadahif Posted: Sat Nov 15 10:02:48 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Mine is all white now.
I kind of like it that way.


 
addi Posted: Sat Nov 15 14:35:47 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  ifihadahif said:
>Mine is all white now.


I wonder if Just For Men makes one for the nether region. My pubic hair is coming in white and I don't care for it. You never know when some beautiful nurse is going to make you drop your shorts during an examination, and it would be unpleasant to have her see me like that.


 
ifihadahif Posted: Sat Nov 15 16:20:33 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addi said:
>ifihadahif said:
>>Mine is all white now.
>
> You never know when some beautiful nurse is going to make you drop your shorts during an examination, and it would be unpleasant to have him see me like that.
>
Nah, I don't think he'd mind at all.
:-)


 
mat_j Posted: Sat Nov 15 19:48:48 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addi said:
>ifihadahif said:
>>Mine is all white now.
>
>
>I wonder if Just For Men makes one for the nether region. My pubic hair is coming in white and I don't care for it. You never know when some beautiful nurse is going to make you drop your shorts during an examination, and it would be unpleasant to have her see me like that.



Just get rid of it old chum, give the wife a surprise/shock


 
Kira Posted: Sat Nov 15 20:10:45 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  When I was growing up, my mother's hair was at least six different colors. It was silver, smoke, ivory, light brown, dark brown and pale gold... I always thought it was the most beautiful hair I'd ever seen, and I hope I'm half as fortunate when I start turning grey.

I bet your beard is striking, Mesh.


 
addi Posted: Sat Nov 15 22:24:16 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  mat_j said:

>Just get rid of it old chum, give the wife a surprise/shock

Get rid of what?


 
misszero Posted: Sun Nov 16 04:58:00 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  you know, since this is the confession thread, i'll confess...

i'm really envious of men's ability to grow beards. sometimes, i tie my hair up in front of my face so it sorta looks like a beard, and then i admire it from many angles. until my housemate busts me and asks me what the fuck i'm doing.


 
addi Posted: Sun Nov 16 06:22:10 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  misszero said:
>i'm really envious of men's ability to grow beards. sometimes, i tie my hair up in front of my face so it sorta looks like a beard, and then i admire it from many angles. until my housemate busts me and asks me what the fuck i'm doing.

perfectly normal, miss jizzy red.
I get envious of women's breasts so sometimes I'll stick two grapefruits under my shirt and admire my new pouting bosoms from many angles, until my wife wife busts me, and says, "What the fuck are you doing, you disgusting pervert?!"


 
Mesh Posted: Wed Nov 19 00:53:42 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I once thought I had gonorrhea.


 
FN Posted: Wed Nov 19 08:30:26 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I once thought you had gonorrhea as well




Anyway, I'm sure most of us have had the delightful experience of wondering whether you just catched an STD haha


 
addi Posted: Wed Nov 19 11:17:21 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Christophe said:
>I once thought you had gonorrhea as well

lol!

>Anyway, I'm sure most of us have had the delightful experience of wondering whether you just catched an STD haha

I've found it works better to catch an STD if you use live bait, as opposed to artificial lures. Something about the wiggling motion is a real turn on.


 
Mesh Posted: Thu Nov 20 21:59:51 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Heres a good one. I ate five roast beef sandwhiches and curly fries from Arbys for lunch today. Yesterday I ate four tacos for lunch and some sides. The day before between lunch and dinner I had two double cheeseburgers and pumpkin pie, with sides of course..


Three day eating binge breakaway from eating healthy.


The best part is I'm still a pound and a half lighter than I was on Tuesday morning. In your face! Working out is awesome.


 
Nikki Posted: Mon Nov 24 12:43:24 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  soldier boy speaks again!


 
mat_j Posted: Thu Nov 27 04:06:52 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addi said:
>mat_j said:
>
>>Just get rid of it old chum, give the wife a surprise/shock
>
>Get rid of what?

The mirkin old beef.


 
Kira Posted: Thu Dec 11 01:17:18 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I watched Casablanca, and liked it, very much.

New confession ummm,,, I cry at the drop of a hat. Over the most ridiculous, petty, meaningless things.


 
Kira Posted: Thu Dec 11 01:20:54 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Oops. Those are commas.


 
FN Posted: Thu Dec 11 13:08:23 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Kira said:
>I watched Casablanca, and liked it, very much.

I think that's only normal

>New confession ummm,,, I cry at the drop of a hat. Over the most ridiculous, petty, meaningless things.

Well, you're a woman, what's the surprise? :)


*gets arrested by the racism police*
It's not sexist or racist to tell the truth damn it!
*gets beaten to a bloody pulp for not being openminded*


 
Kira Posted: Thu Dec 11 18:03:14 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Ha. Would that I only got weepy as much as the average chick, life would be so much simpler! Obviously everyone tears up sometimes, women more often than men, but still, I bet I could make you cry if I kicked in the right place. ;)

Which I won't, 'cause I'm a lady.


 
ifihadahif Posted: Thu Dec 11 20:06:33 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Kira said:
>Ha. Would that I only got weepy as much as the average chick, life would be so much simpler! Obviously everyone tears up sometimes, women more often than men, but still, I bet I could make you cry if I kicked in the right place. ;)
>
>Which I won't, 'cause I'm a lady.
>
Absolutely she's a lady.
:-)


 
Mesh Posted: Sat Dec 13 00:21:02 2008 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I cried from happiness the other night. For the first time. All my life, I've never understood happy crying. Even thought it was ridiculous and stupid and made absolutely no sense at all. How can being happy possibly bring tears to your eyes? What the hell is that? Crying was always something I only felt the urge to do in times of extreme emotional pain (never understood crying from physical pain either.) Now I finally understand.


 



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