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    posted a message on Forum Elimination
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    posted a message on Forum Elimination
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    posted a message on Forum Elimination
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    posted a message on What kind of audience does Breaking Bad have
    It has some very dark themes, and graphic content. I would probably only recommend it to a mature audience. Other than that... it really does have something for everybody. That is, some sort of lesson or nuance to take away.
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    posted a message on you can only talk in gifs or images
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    posted a message on you can only talk in gifs or images










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    posted a message on Invent a new word, the below user gives it a definition.
    The uneasy sensation of thinking there are bugs on your body, when in reality there are none.



    "senaveral"
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    posted a message on Webcomics
    My mind was fixed on story-based comics. I'm remiss in neglecting to mention my favorite funny comics, Scandinavia and the World and Poorly Drawn Lines.
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    posted a message on A question to those who can drive....
    You'll save yourself a lot of trouble if you just learn in an automatic like most people do.

    I've only been driving for a few years, but it definitely becomes second nature. Very quickly, too. Imagine how we learn to walk or run from crawling: it's just a matter of getting a feel for the mechanics of it, finding out what works and what doesn't, and getting enough practice so that it feels natural. It is more dangerous, certainly, than running around... but that's why there are strict rules and safety measures in place, looking out for us.

    For some people, driving is more than a necessity - it's fun! I count myself among these people. So I can only recommend that your put your best foot forward and go into it knowing that it doesn't have to be bad at all.
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    posted a message on Avatar/Korra :D
    The opening episodes of book 3 look very promising. The new bad guys seem interesting and fun to watch, and we haven't even gotten a full back-story out of them. One thing many people will be happy to hear is that the story leaves Republic City, so we get some very pleasant changes in scenery.
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    posted a message on Webcomics
    What are some of your favorite webcomics? The most significant might have their own topics already (such as the one for Homestuck), but there are a lot of less prominent ones we wouldn't want to lose in the clutter, either!

    I am a big fan of a few...

    Ava's Demon is a sci-fi/fantasy/adventure story following an unlikely party of people, troubled in different ways, who might have more in common than they know. Also there's a grand, overarching plot of space war and space revenge. It updates Mondays and Thursdays.

    Helvetica looks at the life and times of the skeleton population of Farwolaeth city, a shining metropolis in the land of the dead. It is a world of weird names and uncertain origins, all told around the narrative of the most recently deceased... Helvetica. It does not update. This is a fact that breaks many hearts.

    Necropolis isn't exactly a webcomic - it's a normal comic set to print in early 2015 - but its only presence in the public eye is on the web right now, so I guess it counts. It looks to be a high fantasy adventure centered on a very determined swordswoman.
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    posted a message on What are you listening to right now?
    How about a plug for Steven Universe?

    ... and Breaking Bad, because it deserves it.
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    posted a message on Introductions & Leavings
    I flew a plane for the first time this week. My career goals being coincidental with aviation, this excites me beyond comprehension.

    It is, perhaps, the most baller thing I have ever done. And I think I have done some baller things in my day!

    I normally don't post here, but the experience has me chatting about it in every outlet I can find.

    EDIT: Wait this isn't a chat thread. Sorry. I guess... it's an introduction AND a leaving?
    EDIT2: RIIIIIIGHT right, chat forum. I forgot y'all took that direction. Mixed feelings.
    EDIT3: But I'm so excited I'll probably scream about it over there too! Thank you for your time.
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    posted a message on C'FGC
    I don't really keep up with this anymore, but I do enjoy the idea that it could outlive my own influence. As best I figure, anyone can join and wave around the mystical distaff imagery. So hop in; the world's invited.

    If direction and leadership are necessary to maintain the legitimacy of a clan, I should investigate a possible change in management. Otherwise
    love & endure
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    posted a message on A Simple Evaluative Test
    Why would it hurt the guy who gave you the check?

    ...unless I don't know how checks work. Which is probably the case right now.
    Any money that you use the check to attain will be deducted from the stranger's accounts. So the stranger would be losing whatever amount of money you decide to take from him.

    1) I would not open the envelope detailing my fate, but I would store it away safely.

    2) I would sooner attempt to save both their lives, even if all outside indicators deemed it impossible. I would rather lose them both as a product of my best efforts than lose just one as a product of my neglect. (This is likely related to why I am not a world-class surgeon.)

    3) I would give the stranger an opportunity to rescind his offer, noting that my generosity does not extend to fields of finance. If he insists, I would take everything he had.

    4) It depends on whether or not I know the criminal plans to have me killed if I tell the truth. If I was sure he would kill me for my honesty, I would lie to the court to protect myself. If I didn't know or believe he would try to kill me, I would enlist the aid of the Witness Protection Program before testifying.
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