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love
#1
love is the antidote of fear

when a bad storm is bearing down, our concern for the well being of even one other being is enough to enable us to post-pone our fear.

with luck, this procrastination of fear can continue until the moment of death

where do i get off, suggesting this profoundity?

why wouldn't I?

it's the only gift i have.

and i accept your gifts on a regular basis.

maybe your dividend checks from Titanic Brass Polish, inc. have been short this month.

what if i could polish the wax poetic?

what if i could explain love in a science forum?

would i be skilled enough to dodge pretentiousness?

i don't know.

I'm here to hone my skills.
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#2
love is a privilege that we are given the option to allow.

I'd like to put this into a formula with numbers.

I'm good with numbers.

3 is a favorite
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#3
TA's is 42.
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#4
(He's a slut.)


Love you, Alan!
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#5
I like 666.

It helps me detect the superstitious and irrational folks that walk among us.

Saw a deli clerk refuse to ring up an order once when the price on the label after weighing the product came to, $6.66.

I stopped shopping there after that.
"Who's with me?." - stanky
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#6
Approximately 7 million people have the number of the beast.

I'm one.

Yet, if you reduce 666 to a single number, as in 3x6=18 1+8= 9 you get 9

and that is 3 squared

which is why i like 3

But, as irony would have it, a 3 dimensional object requires at least 4 sides.

I wonder why you don't often see tetrahedrons? They're so cool.

They're like the "not pyramid".

I want one made of chocolate.
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#7
Does it remain a tetrahedron with a bite taken out of it??
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#8
(05-18-2017, 11:11 PM)stanky Wrote:  love is the antidote of fear

when a bad storm is bearing down, our concern for the well being of even one other being is enough to enable us to post-pone our fear.

with luck, this procrastination of fear can continue until the moment of death

where do i get off, suggesting this profoundity?
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Alas, not news, mate.

Those bits in the movie when the young bloke bleeding his guts out and dying calling for his mom are the way it is in real life, so I'm reliably informed.

(05-19-2017, 06:01 AM)grayman Wrote:  I like 666.

It helps me detect the superstitious and irrational folks that walk among us.

Saw a deli clerk refuse to ring up an order once when the price on the label after weighing the product came to, $6.66.

I stopped shopping there after that.

I glyphosate 666 in friendly numbers six feet high every Halloween. A bloke said to me last year "Isn't that offensive to Christians?"

"Yep!" was my response.

Fuck them and their idiotic superstitions.
Love is... that one person whose freshly-warm toilet seat you don't find disgusting.
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#9
love can also dissipate sorrow. fear or sorrow. something about sharing an emotional state dilutes it.

I spent yesterday with an old friend. Hadn't seen her in a while. She recently lost both legs above the knee and several fingers. She's a mess.
She needed my help to see a doctor. Took all day. Mostly waiting.
We laughed our asses off. She's a guileless old dyke; ex-junkie; crazy person. No need to pull any punches.
I cursed her out for wrecking my complaining about physical ailments; told her I'd kill her if she wanted.
We love each other. She's the most ribald person i know. Wickedly honest. Nothing left to hide.
She told me about people with 'stump' fetishes. They get off on amputated parts.

She was really pissed when the surgeon wouldn't let her keep her feet, as souvenirs. They were considered medical waste.
That sucks. They probably could have been made safe; at least put in a jar of formaldehyde for her.

strangely refreshing day.
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#10
Quote: Wickedly honest. Nothing left to hide.

There lies the path to true personal freedom.   Unfortunately it's something we can't afford to indulge until we get nearer the end of the journey, it's too bloody hard to buck the system earlier in life.
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