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« on: August 28, 2020, 10:36:38 PM »
Who are these airheads that park inches from your car in an empty lot? On what planet is it considered a good idea to make it hard for others and themselves to get in and out, and not ding the sides of another car when opening a door?
Nevermind how stupid and inconsiderate it is - I really just can't wrap my head around it; and fucking everyone does it! I've even sat in my car before with my door open, using the extra room to do things such as eating comfortably, getting fresh air, looking for something that went under the seat... and here comes some gudgeon in a minivan, asking me to move so they can park right up my ass in a huge lot with three other cars in it. I mean, I have to try real hard to find a polite way of saying, "Go shove your electric soymobile up your loose fuckhole, you stupid Californian."
Granted, I'm not unrealistic about my disdain for the practice. Like, even with slow people, I do try to be somewhat lenient considering that a ton of drivers do it, and likely don't do it solely for the purpose of being a jackass. Arguably, I'm a jackass from a certain point of view for parking in a slight diagonal angle and taking up two spots - but I only ever do it in cases where there are vast amounts of available spaces and I doubt they'll fill up while I'm there. And when I do actually interact with these people, I remain polite and docile because it's less trouble just to deal with it than to actually give an attitude to random strangers.
The only thing I do kind of regret is that while I'm extremely careful when people park next to me where there's no choice for them, I'm too annoyed to be careful with dinging cars that pull up inches from my door, where they have a hundred other roomy options; (although I am careful enough to move the car away when I realize than I've done it, hehe). And of course, I never try to do it, but I have a really heavy door (an '87 Cadillac), and it gets a tad hard to control once it gets to a certain point because it pushes itself out the rest of the way. I feel a bit bad about it at times, but in all honesty, they're kind of asking for it by doing what they're doing.
The moral of the story is just not to crowd other cars in empty lots. It's a real pain in the ass and there's no good reason to do it. Don't wait until you've been dented or you've dented to stop doing it - it's fucking stupid, so just stop. Thanks.
« on: August 17, 2020, 03:15:33 AM »
I mean one amongst all of them, not just from CE. Here's mine:
« on: August 14, 2020, 10:51:49 PM »
« on: August 12, 2020, 04:32:43 AM »
What better way to waste your time than with a good old-fashioned forum game? The premise is simple: request help for a problem you may have, and get a dose of useless nonsense in return.
I want to replace the carburetor in my boat of a sedan with a fuel injection system. How should I go about it?
« on: August 08, 2020, 12:50:33 AM »
The first game was amongst my first introductions to RPG titles and a nostalgic favorite that I've beat several times. The second game is ranking amongst my all-time favorite video games, as a restored version of II has some of the most satisfyingly well-written and atmospheric sequences, stories, and characters in any video game I've played. These games are why I have lengthily opinions on morality in Star Wars (help).
Have any of you felt the power of third person turn-based combat?
« on: August 08, 2020, 12:05:09 AM »
Anything from a bottle of ensure to a human liver with fava beans.
I have chicken. puk puk pukaaak
« on: July 30, 2020, 04:37:30 PM »
I'll give you some steaks, I'm just tired of doing it all by myself. I don't think it even fools Zeus. It feels like a cruel joke at this point.
« on: July 30, 2020, 03:14:40 AM »
At this very moment, or at least lately.
« on: July 10, 2020, 08:52:12 AM »
Bean Canneries: The 15 Types And How They OperateBean canneries are a fascinating part of sepsevenagon's history and the sep of our seven. When we first discovered the cynara bushes on Mr. Cornball's front porch, we'd been interested to discover the shadows that seemed to go under ours, but only if they also went over. We had to be careful, however, when going sideways at the bean cannery so that we didn't walk after the tin foil. Unfortunately, it was the bushes that held up the bean cannery, as well.See, the bean cannery was frozen in time in that it was going both forwards and back, but only on the latter sense of nothing. Whenst the horses were left to eat men and buildings, we died of alcohol poisoning. Point being, one must bask in April Showers to eat the flowers that wilt in January for to make the cannery produce new children. Uvak tgeg tid on forlo burr mintak tucky. Hif glun dokabon lopinak jig yig dig a fig. Regardless, people may be convinced through some types of medium that they are in fact superior to others, and because of this, they believe can get away with everything, including cheese thievery. The roots of this type of judgment can come from many places, but the most famous would be the works of Xenophanes. For the most part, it counts on the mind of those who study such works, and these mediums can persuade the reader of a message the medium is perceived to be sending, even if the author didn’t intend that message. Some might interpret the medium into something twisted, and act upon that.The beanings likely began out of fear, and simply branched off into herd mentality. During the trial of one mailman, he said this, “I was ordered to go in there and destroy the enemy. That was my job that day. That was the mission I was given. I did not sit down and think in terms of men, women, and children. They were all classified as the same, and that's the classification that we dealt with over there, just as the enemy. I felt then and I still do that I acted as I was directed, and I carried out the order that I was given and I do not feel wrong in doing so.” Whether through coercion, obligation, or simple congregation, peers can mislead people into committing atrocities they could never think of doing themselves. Through this, people forget to think for themselves, and end up with a lifetime of regret. It is through this that we come to the real point of the issue, that being the Grarbenikzo.What is the Grarbenikzo, you may ask? Simple, it is the essence of the central forces working within, without. Within the bean cannery, to be precise. Perhaps the more pertinent question is: what is the bean factory and how can it be stopped? There are no easy answers, we're afraid, which is why straw hats will continue to exist until the end of time. The greater bean factor is a complex and obtuse thing. It can lead to wondrous things, such as refried black beans, woolen caps, and anally-expelled flatus. It can also influence the body into doing terrible things; as murder, rape, and torture. It is clear that the the noodle cannery has capacity for all these, but it is a yinzek bor folla tak non ik boltog foggo lop. Winzektarusnanek un fir top hufln erpad Mexican propaganda. Giddy giggy diggob bitty, wonol-ky fir, oblokolopodapadapa, builid di-kir. Yin tek bol gen hud nugo bolon.
(My Child, the Murderer. The Guardian. N.p., 28 Oct. 2011. Web.)
(Antisocial Personality Disorder. Psychology Today, n.d. Web.)
(National Center for Biotechnology Information. U.S. National Library of Medicine, n.d. Web.)
(Washington, Simone. "Mob Mentality and Murder. N.p., n.d. Web)
("Company C Actions at My Lai." N.p., n.d. Web.)
(Dealer, Gayle Powell The Plain. "Eyewitness Accounts of the My Lai Massacre; Story by Seymour Hersh Nov. 20, 1969." N.p., 20 Nov. 2009. Web.)
(Alexander, Jeffery, A Contemporary Introduction to Sociology)
(Nietzsche, Friedrich, Also Sprach Zarathustra)
(Baatz, Simon, For the Thrill of It: Leopold, Loeb, and the Murder That Shocked Chicago)
« on: October 16, 2019, 01:52:01 PM »
There's nothing more fun than swallowing a dolly varden whole as a lake trout.