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11 Oct 2019, 16:25

dietschlander wrote:Sounds as toxic unpleasant situation. What about a candelite roasted roach dinner?


Well unfortunately Lucy is the under the control of some crazy people who cannot be reasoned with
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11 Oct 2019, 16:31

iwillspankyou wrote:What will you be writing about?
So far, I've been jotting down a bunch of notes.

Some of my favourite topics are:
- the way in which personality traits create social niches for particular occupations (as well as political attitudes)
- new patterns of human habitation (that are neither cities, nor rural areas)
- why a final and definitive political order is impossible, given humans' current biology
- anything related to the currently unfolding Big Reset

I might give fiction a shot too. Or maybe freestyle and remix with non-fictional topics.
I love good randomness; highly addictive.
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12 Oct 2019, 23:18

Just watched the new movie about Judy Garland. It was pretty good, although my feelings were mixed on the kind of ridiculous ending (though it's like half-earned). Extremely bleak though, it really only focuses on the last part of her life
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14 Oct 2019, 14:18

Thinking of compiling a list of my greatest threads/posts, "The Ear's greatest hits" basically. Thoughts?
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14 Oct 2019, 14:42

that'll be a great and the right thing to do. Do ask yr bf ede for permission tho
Theres going to be a dam, the great dam and we'll let the beavers pay for it - Edeholland 2016
Anyway, nuancing isn't your forte, so I'll agree with you like I would with a 8 year old: violence is bad, don't do hard drugs and stay in school Benj98
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Yesterday, 03:38

Thank you Norway, very cool

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Yesterday, 12:23

I have to take a class now. I thought I was done with this when I graduated
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Yesterday, 12:28

fightinfrenchman wrote:I have to take a class now. I thought I was done with this when I graduated


So long as you are working for someone else you will always be doing things you would rather not be doing or never thought you would be doing. At least classes are a break from what will become the mundane.
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Yesterday, 13:35

HeadKilla wrote:
fightinfrenchman wrote:I have to take a class now. I thought I was done with this when I graduated


So long as you are working for someone else you will always be doing things you would rather not be doing or never thought you would be doing. At least classes are a break from what will become the mundane.


I'm struggling to stay awake in my seat
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Yesterday, 13:42

fightinfrenchman wrote:
HeadKilla wrote:
fightinfrenchman wrote:I have to take a class now. I thought I was done with this when I graduated


So long as you are working for someone else you will always be doing things you would rather not be doing or never thought you would be doing. At least classes are a break from what will become the mundane.


I'm struggling to stay awake in my seat

Whats the company drug policy? Perhaps stimulants will take you to corporate glory.
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Yesterday, 14:39

It's really cool to make friends and hug them.
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Yesterday, 16:33

I'm just sitting. This time there's a bunch of other people in the building but they're all silent so I can't listen to podcasts.
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Yesterday, 23:56

Jam wrote:It's really cool to make friends and hug them.

agreed
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