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The Shut The Fuck Up and Listen to Each Other Thread

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by cryptophreak, Aug 7, 2012.

  1. [GU]elmur_fud

    [GU]elmur_fud I have balls of Depleted Uranium

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    It was, but I deleted the comment. I know I have mentioned the lightning thing before but I but don't really talk about them that much. Plus it seemed to have killed the thread.
     
  2. DeathBooger

    DeathBooger Malcolm's Sugar Daddy

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  3. FuLLBLeeD

    FuLLBLeeD fart

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    My religious philosophy is smoke weed everyday. My role model is Snoop Lion.
     
  4. Jacks:Revenge

    Jacks:Revenge ╠╣E╚╚O

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    hey asshole.

    don't be writin' checks that your ass can't cash.
     
  5. FuLLBLeeD

    FuLLBLeeD fart

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    video games

    if you are mad at me for not smoking weed everyday and only saying it ironically im sorry i guess?
     
  6. Jacks:Revenge

    Jacks:Revenge ╠╣E╚╚O

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    yeah I'm super pissed.

    I don't tolerate liars. rage!
     
  7. FuLLBLeeD

    FuLLBLeeD fart

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    My honest opinion on weed is I'd do it occasionally if it was legal, but its not, so I don't want to risk getting my young life ruined over stupid shit. Also, people that do smoke weed everyday are insufferable and terrible to be around.
     
  8. Jacks:Revenge

    Jacks:Revenge ╠╣E╚╚O

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    I wouldn't recommend smoking every day anyway, and I love the shit.

    but it's not economical. unless you're rich I suppose.
    also, if you're smoking every day that means you probably don't have anything going for you in life. it's a bad sign either way.

    maybe if I didn't have to work or go to class AND had money to burn...
     
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  9. Sir_Brizz

    Sir_Brizz Administrator Staff Member

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    What I want to know is why do smokers get so many passes at work? I have worked for several companies where it is frowned on for regular employees to take more than two 15 minute breaks and a 30 minute lunch, but nobody cares when a party of smokers disappears for 20 minutes of every hour.
     
  10. Jacks:Revenge

    Jacks:Revenge ╠╣E╚╚O

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    I wouldn't know.
    never smoked tobacco in my life. not a puff.

    you know that Fullbleed and I were talkin' about weed, right?
     
  11. Firefly

    Firefly United Kingdom is not a country.

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    I always go for a coffee whenever the smokers go for a smoke break.
    Oddly enough they never complain. ;)
     
  12. Sir_Brizz

    Sir_Brizz Administrator Staff Member

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    Yes, I do. I was commenting on something slightly related :)
     
  13. shadow_dragon

    shadow_dragon is ironing his panties!

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    Because in the old days when smoking was cool and made you healthy you were allowed to smoke at your desk, later when it started killing folks and the nasty people in charge started saying you weren't allowed to smoke in-doors anymore I guess saying you couldn't smoke at all was considered a little too much. (Most likely as the managers were smoking too) So smoking out-doors was born and had to be done at your own leisure because you're only not allowed to do it at your desk because your self-centred colleagues don't want cancer...

    TBH I don't think it's unpopular for offices to instigate rules about how often you can take smoking breaks these days, not in my experience anyway but it is unpopular to be the guy to demand that rules be put in place.
     
  14. Agent_5

    Agent_5 Replica?

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    Dilbert has a solution for this problem. Now you just need ear mints.
     
  15. Hermskii

    Hermskii www.Hermskii.com

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    Q: How do you find your religious or nonreligious leanings improve your life?
    A: I think my religious leanings have helped me to be more patient with others and allow me to be in a generally better mood than others because I have so much hope and faith that God will see fit to give me a good life.

    Q: Do you think there are any disadvantages to your personal outlook?
    A: The only one I can think of is that I often see more good in people than they actually have. I'm often let done by people I have high hopes for. This also makes me an easy target to be taken advantage of because I have a big heart and want to help others usually provided they are following the rules.

    Q: How do you think your life might be different if you "switched sides"?
    A: This is the best of all of these questions. Wow! Without God watching I can't imagine the things I would accomplish. I'd be mean. Real mean. I'd be pretty cut throat to get ahead instead of helpful to others at all costs. I'd be a rich democrat for sure. No joke. I'd live a lot larger that I am right now. That is for sure. My life would be real different. Thank God though for my next answer!

    Q: Have you ever doubted your position? How seriously?
    A: No. Never! I have felt a special awareness of God in my life for my entire life. While I haven't always walked the path that Jesus would want me to walk, I have always known my place in God's world and have tried to enjoy it and make it enjoyable for as many others as possible. The closest thing I can relate it to is being home alone. You know the rules and often follow them even when Mom and Dad are gone. Well, for me...God is never not home. EVER! That is the way I like it too.

    I think I'm allowed to add a question right? Here it is then: You hear all of your life about how you only use a small percentage of your brain. You hear all of your life that most of our planet is still undiscovered as in the places in the ocean too deep for us to explore properly. You know that things that seem to be impossible are all around us like anything going "FOREVER" yet numbers do. A geometric line can go forever. Space in our universe goes on forever. My wedding ring has no start or end yet goes around forever. Everything can keep getting twice as big or twice as small and they can do that "FOREVER". If get half-way home forever you will ever get home forever.

    If something (anything) can go forever don't you think then that all things must eventually be possible? If so, why be hell-bent against believing in God? The odds are way better that there is more out there than here. Based on that I think the odds are far better God exists than not. So that leads to my question: Do you feel you have gained so much knowledge here "during your massive existence here on earth" that you can honestly say and feel God does not exist in the event you are a non-believer?

    Thanks for your time.
     
  16. cryptophreak

    cryptophreak unbalanced

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    Your question is really a battle-cry, straining to incite a completely vacuous debate. Please, let the floodgates hold fast.

    36 posts of non-debate and counting, gentlemen.
     
  17. Hermskii

    Hermskii www.Hermskii.com

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    My apologies Cryptophreak. Yes, let's keep this going well.
     
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  18. Sir_Brizz

    Sir_Brizz Administrator Staff Member

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    shadow_dragon is ironing his panties!

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    Not answering the question or responding to any other element of the statement but i just wanted to mention that this part is actually a misconception.
    The purpose for all parts of the brain has now been discovered for the most part.
    We might not use all of it all the time but we use the parts we need when appropriate. :)
     
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