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I mean, where else can you hit Brent with a salami and not get in trouble? So come on, at least go check it out.

anywhere :lol:
I needed to dump my imagination somewhere.

I'm pretty sure I chased BOTH of you with a frying pan once...over a milkshake...in the regulat thread, but then again, I got to use my new peashooter in that thread, so Im happy. :mrgreen:

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I mean, where else can you hit Brent with a salami and not get in trouble? So come on, at least go check it out.

anywhere :lol:
I needed to dump my imagination somewhere.

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It all depends, have you been keeping that imagination out of the gutter? Don't get it on the furniture either!

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Oh, and if anyone is leaving the country since "the world is ending", can I have all your stuff?


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I asked my friend a similar question.

"Dude, the world is gonna end tomorrow!"

"...Can I have your money then?"

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Where would they go? It's not like Mexico isn't ending.

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well i suppose it depends how it ends
it might end up safe in a bunker

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Even if there is no catastrophic even tomorrow, I say we start looting anyway!

Every body will get a new pair of shoes and a new TV tomorrow!

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Discussion of illegal activity is still against the site rules, end of the world notwithstanding. = P

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Even cloning Rick Griffin? Because i'm sure the new world can't do anything without Housepets.

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Where would they go? It's not like Mexico isn't ending.

They could always ask Elon Musk if his Mars rocket is ready yet.

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Discussion of illegal activity is still against the site rules, end of the world notwithstanding. = P
I'm pretty sure they're just being silly. Not actually endorsing looting.

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Discussion of illegal activity is still against the site rules, end of the world notwithstanding. = P
I'm pretty sure they're just being silly. Not actually endorsing looting.


Thank you, Sleet. I thought I was being pretty obvious about it.

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I don't think I personally know anybody that's honestly worried about the world ending tomorrow at this point, so I've had a relatively low-key "final week". Also I was sick that helped.

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Where would they go? It's not like Mexico isn't ending.

Mexico doesn't end, that's why it's called Mexicoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo...

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So, I learned it's always good to take notes, even if you have absolutely no idea what your calculus teacher is saying.

Two days ago I just basically tried to copy down what he was writing even though I had no idea what he was doing, and between the book and my notes was able to self teach myself what we were doing.

And the funny thing is, if I hadn't been trying to write everything down, I probably would have gotten it in class and not needed the notes.



And on the end of the world, I believe that it's not going to end for one simple reason.
Tomorrow if Friday.
We all know that when the world ends, it's going to be on a Monday. No other day of the week is evil enough for the world to end on.

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I'm tired of all this apocalyptic nonsense. It's depressing.

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I'm tired of all this apocalyptic nonsense. It's depressing.

just one more day, and it's over. Cheer up!

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So, I learned it's always good to take notes, even if you have absolutely no idea what your calculus teacher is saying.

I always have my Handy dandy Notebook with me all the time alongside with Swiss army knife. silly thing about my notebook is that, I use my notebook to make a contract with my friends when it comes to my friend owning me money and etc.

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Radio Blue Heart wrote:
I'm tired of all this apocalyptic nonsense. It's depressing.

In my corner of the world, it's been mostly silliness, sorry you've had a bleaker takeaway.

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I always have my Handy dandy Notebook with me all the time alongside with Swiss army knife. silly thing about my notebook is that, I use my notebook to make a contract with my friends when it comes to my friend owning me money and etc.

Same; I keep a little pocket sized moleskine on me at all times.
Even on days I don't use it, it's nice to know that I have it.

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I always have my Handy dandy Notebook with me all the time alongside with Swiss army knife. silly thing about my notebook is that, I use my notebook to make a contract with my friends when it comes to my friend owning me money and etc.

Same; I keep a little pocket sized moleskine on me at all times.
Even on days I don't use it, it's nice to know that I have it.

I'm just gonna noodle nabble here
Good things about having notebook on me all the time.
-I don't forget my stuffs, I always write things to do on it. ex: Dec 20 -guitar meeting -English Homework -PM Jeff - Find my Scarf. (ok, I lost something there) -my friend "name" owes Josh "Last name" (myself) 5 $ ... signatures.
-It's a good map, I printed a map and glued it on to my notebook and I haven't got lost for a long time.
-Good contact list book.
-It's a good small talk starter. if there is nothing to talk about with a person that I barely know, I can pull out my Handy dandy Notebook that has cover of thinking chair, and ask him or her "Do you recognize this? Blue's Clues! ". then fire up some conversation.
-good paper source, need to start a fire? have to pass down a note to someone? here's da notebook!
-In case if I just die from hypothermia, Police will identify me easily with my notebook because it contains my basic personal information.

so what is the point? get your self a notebook!

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My friend has a little notebook he keeps on it. The random scribblings, sketches and poems in it are really bizarre, and he forgets why he did some of them after a while.

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any major disasters where you guy are?
i still have half an hour left

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Yeah, 20 minutes to go! This is so exciting!
I'll be keeping an eye on Mt. Rainier.

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well
there's still the rest of the day

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Radio Blue Heart wrote:
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Discussion of illegal activity is still against the site rules, end of the world notwithstanding. = P
I'm pretty sure they're just being silly. Not actually endorsing looting.


Thank you, Sleet. I thought I was being pretty obvious about it.

You people have no idea how to take an "= P," do you?

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No we don't. Equal pee.

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Sleet wrote:
My friend has a little notebook he keeps on it. The random scribblings, sketches and poems in it are really bizarre, and he forgets why he did some of them after a while.


I have a friend that does the same thing. Sometimes doing things stream of consciousness can be your most expressive.

Its not the apocalypse outside. Its something more inconvenient, it is snowing really hard outside right now.

If the Mayans could predict relentless civilization annihilating disasters, then how come they didn't see the white people coming?

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You people have no idea how to take an "= P," do you?

It's okay Diss, I still love you. Even though you're a ginger. :P

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You people have no idea how to take an "= P," do you?

It's okay Diss, I still love you. Even though you're a ginger. :P



Woah now I think you went too far there!

I'm actually part ginger!

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So you only have part of a soul?

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*glares at Sleet*

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Why the end of the world didn't happen.

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My chin is ginger. :U

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Diss knows that I find gingers and blondes (dirty blondes in particular) incredibly attractive.

Oh yeah. I went there.

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I'm not blond or ginger.

I must be ugly then. :(

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I'm not blond or ginger.

I must be ugly then. :(


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I'm not blond or ginger.

I must be ugly then. :(


"What woman would love us? We're freaks!"

"One of us! One of us!"

*joins* One of us!
plus, I'm a geek, so I'm a Geekyfreak with black hair

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I was pretty much a platinum blonde when I was young. Over the years, though, it's slowly gotten darker and darker. It's still not black like my dad's hair, but it is a fairly dark brown.

And my Celtic roots show through in my facial hair. I like to refer to myself as a ginger-beard. It sounds silly and rolls off the tongue. :P

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Radio Blue Heart wrote:
"One of us! One of us!"

"We accept you, we accept you. One of us! One of us! Gooble-gobble, gooble-gobble!"

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Blue eyes could be your redeeming quality, boys. Or green, green is nice.

Glasses are good too. I came to the conclusion that it's not that I don't like shy nerdy guys, I've just dated jerks. :P Nerdy guys FTW!

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I like to refer to myself as a ginger-beard.

run, run, as fast as you can.
you can't catch me, I'm the gingerbeard man

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