My laptop has been broken for a couple of weeks now, so I almost feel out of the loop.
Here we go again! roud:
Here we go again! roud:
I was thinking along these same lines today. If I get rid of negative thoughts, then there is more room for positive onesHaving the realization that I can choose to not be angry is nice.
Musing of the day: as someone that uses PerC, Twitter and LinkedIn I frequently see lonely people online that seek nothing more than a voice, identity or attention, does nobody seem to notice that anonymity and 'presence' add to feelings of isolation and loneliness rather than curing/eradicating the basic human need for connection and companionship?
My better artworks are mostly improv accidental :laughing:Tomorrow night I think I'll paint a bit on the Eiffel Tower and see where it goes. Maybe I'll accidentally paint something abstract! :laughing: :laughing:
Ugh. I have that strange leftover childhood dislike of escalators. I blame X-Files for that one.The normal ride down the escalator wasn't so normal this time.
This big lady in front of me with her grocery cart tripped during the short jaunt just before the mouth. You know, when you were a kid and if you had a childhood, you'd pretend to jump over it before the jagged thing pulls the strings off your clothes and eat you up...
(See, I still identify with that fear just a tiny little.)
I weigh nothing more than a stick and having only the experience of carrying dumbbells of 3 kg, my struggle in pulling the poor old lady up was UNREAL. My imagination went wild, I swear we were going to flip and flop and the rest of the people behind me would have crushed us to our graves. For some weird reason, I actually end up pulling her the last second. Sorry to say, but really, there goes my workout for the month
Woohoo! Congrats :cheers2: Sounds like a brilliant fit for an INFJ.I got my offer from a university to do Psychology, yay! :laughing:
Me in my tighty whities no less! :laughing:
Drives me crazy, honestly. And here I am... a little blue spec in a big red sea here. Makes talking politics (or even religion) a very tricky proposition. People are wholly unreasonable and lose their ever loving minds if you dare question them or not tow that particular line, whatever that particular line may be.War, I agree 1000%! Questions, answers, dialogue, research, rinse, repeat. No reason for people to get their panties in a wad or boxers in a bunch as the case may be. :wink: (For the record, I'm referring specifically to the post regarding conversations on religion, politics, etc.)
I have a cousin and she and I vehemently disagree on politics. She bashes, and is honestly mean about it. I had the misfortune of merely asking her to calm her criticisms and not use vulgar language and she got terribly ANGRY at me. :angry:
In retrospect it's quite humorous. :laughing:
(There I go again finding something quite funny that is probably inappropriate! hahaha)
Eugene Victor Tooms. Creepy little fucker.Ugh. I have that strange leftover childhood dislike of escalators. I blame X-Files for that one.
This all sounds very familiar. A majority of people here simply vote out of party loyalty, which is usually a result of birth. At the local level, both parties can only recruit the least capable and most corrupt town citizens to run for public office.warweasel said:Drives me crazy, honestly. And here I am... a little blue spec in a big red sea here. Makes talking politics (or even religion) a very tricky proposition. People are wholly unreasonable and lose their ever loving minds if you dare question them or not tow that particular line, whatever that particular line may be.
I don't get it honestly. You don't have to agree, but you don't have to be a dick about it either.
I tend to not discuss politics at all. It's just too... inflammatory most of the time. Religion is a bit different. Politics, people will actually attack you and be exceptionally foul. With religion, it's just the usual screeching of HEATHEN!:laughing: and that's about it.
We are supposed have 14 inches (35 cm) on the ground here by tomorrow evening. The 40+mph winds are just an added bonus. Unfortunately, I waited until today to do some grocery shopping. I'm sure it will be chaos. While everyone is grabbing bread and milk, I will be grabbing beer and chips.:laughing:No snow yet. It's supposed to do so, though. Fucking weather. :dry: At least it's not stupid cold outside. Cold... just not stupid cold. Tolerable cold I can deal with... stupid cold? Not so much. Well... I can, but I don't wanna.