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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby LittleChrist » Thu May 01, 2008 3:14 am UTC

Confession: I just fell down the stairs and mildly hurt myself. It wouldn't be so bad, but I'm home alone so I can't tell anyone how much it hurts.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby SecondTalon » Thu May 01, 2008 3:27 am UTC

Fat Tony wrote:
Torvaun wrote:@I_D: Ok, that sounded weird. Fictional characters -have- to be interesting, generally speaking. That's their purpose.


Exception: Napoleon Dynamite.
That's why I hate that freaking movie; I don't get at all why people think it's so amazing (or even decent [or even possible to sit through the entire thing]) at all.

Fixed your quote tags for you! -tf


If I may ask.. where are you from?

I ask simply because one of the reasons I enjoyed the movie as much as I did has to do with seeing reflections and caricatures of people I know and grew up around. I'm not sure if one can get a similar effect in a large city.

And in my head, I still think of a large cities starting at around 50,000 people. Places that barely qualify as towns to some people.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby Aluminus » Thu May 01, 2008 3:38 am UTC

I used to live on 25 acres of hills, grass, shrub and forest. Now, I live in a town of 5,000 people, yet I go to school in the heart of downtown Montreal (3.6 million people). Culture shock much?

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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby Teh Russians » Thu May 01, 2008 4:29 am UTC

Confession: Although I am really pissed off at Rockstar for not releasing GTA IV on PC, it's probably a good thing because otherwise I would fail all my APs.

It better come out this year though.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby benjhuey » Thu May 01, 2008 5:07 am UTC

Fat Tony wrote:
Torvaun wrote:@I_D: Ok, that sounded weird. Fictional characters -have- to be interesting, generally speaking. That's their purpose.

Exception: Napoleon Dynamite.
That's why I hate that freaking movie; I don't get at all why people think it's so amazing (or even decent [or even possible to sit through the entire thing]) at all.

In response to Torvaun: Not necessarily. The situation around fictional characters can also lead to interesting results (results may vary). It all depends on the delivery. Some authors (assuming we're talking about stories or scripts) choose to use otherwise ordinary characters in extraordinary situations or extraordinary characters in ordinary situations (or any combination of the two).

Confession: That was an irrelevant (probably incorrect) tangent. I do that all too often.

In response to Fat Tony: A good exception, but I believe people were drawn to him because he acts out of the ordinary and often idiotically. People love feeling smart in comparison to others.

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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby The Skoot » Thu May 01, 2008 9:21 am UTC

Confession: Every time I take a break from work, when I return I have to fight the urge to just get up and walk out. It's the realisation that I'm back doing this stupid shitty work that doesn't actually matter at all and won't tax me in the slightest. The only reason I don't act on the impulse is the fact that I doubt there's a job out there where I won't feel this, and I'm sick of flitting between jobs meaninglessly.

I honestly wonder how people can survive in a 9-to-5 job their whole lives, because after six years of it I can feel it eating away at me.

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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby SilentSigil » Thu May 01, 2008 9:47 am UTC

Confession: I think that I_D is probably the person closest to developing telepathic powers on the planet. If they had any idea how smart they were, they would probably dominate the planet within a few years.

I've been listening to 'Scotty Doesn't Know' quite a bit lately.

It IS rather catchy.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby michaelandjimi » Thu May 01, 2008 10:18 am UTC

You know what I f***ing hate? When I try to have a proper discussion with people (read: my family) about their and my beliefs, and they use personal attacks rather than actually supporting their claims or refuting mine.

"You're going to have a very uninteresting life"
"You just aren't open to anything higher than yourself"
"Why do you have to reduce everything to small concepts? There are more ways of looking at it than just binary opposites and evolution.*"

*Would have been useful had they given reasons why I couldn't.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby Insignificant Deifaction » Thu May 01, 2008 10:47 am UTC

@SilentSigil:

I give you the Doctor's (David Tennant's) 'What'

:shock: Wot?

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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby michaelandjimi » Thu May 01, 2008 10:58 am UTC

Oh goody.

I'm going to assume you mean logical OR.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby I Am Raven » Thu May 01, 2008 11:00 am UTC

Confession: Never seen 300... :shock:
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Postby tryptanymph » Thu May 01, 2008 11:04 am UTC

Insignificant Deification wrote:@SilentSigil:

I give you the Doctor's (David Tennant's) 'What'

:shock: Wot?

Ohh! *claps*

Now do the, "Ahh, yes." when he's feeling smug!
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby michaelandjimi » Thu May 01, 2008 11:07 am UTC

I discovered today that 300 was very historically inaccurate. Including the startling revelation that they should have been wearing breastplates. And that Xerxes was too lazy to come to the battle.

"...On the other hand, what if we gave a war and everybody came!"

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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby Fat Tony » Thu May 01, 2008 11:41 am UTC

SecondTalon wrote:
Fat Tony wrote:
Torvaun wrote:@I_D: Ok, that sounded weird. Fictional characters -have- to be interesting, generally speaking. That's their purpose.


Exception: Napoleon Dynamite.
That's why I hate that freaking movie; I don't get at all why people think it's so amazing (or even decent [or even possible to sit through the entire thing]) at all.

Fixed your quote tags for you! -tf


If I may ask.. where are you from?

I ask simply because one of the reasons I enjoyed the movie as much as I did has to do with seeing reflections and caricatures of people I know and grew up around. I'm not sure if one can get a similar effect in a large city.

And in my head, I still think of a large cities starting at around 50,000 people. Places that barely qualify as towns to some people.

I live in Florida in a city/town/place whose existence makes little to no sense. It's like somebody didn't want there to be a big city and then the country, so they made the entire place suburban. It's pretty pathetic. Our downtown consists of, like, four blocks, a parking garage, and a giant statue of a wheel.
Technically, I live in the country outside this city, but I live in a neighborhood where almost everyone works in the city and just lives there 'cause it's nice. You have to go a few streets down before you can marry your sister.
Anyways, I didn't like the movie at all just because...it was boring. The main character wasn't interesting, wasn't somebody I wanted to be like, and wasn't someone who was fun/easy to laugh at (he was just a loser; they aren't funny, they're just...lame).
I don't like any of those kinds of movies where, instead of a good plot line, it's just life through someone in an odd situation's eyes. Examples would be Napoleon Dynamite, Cheaper By The Dozen (the original), etc.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby felltir » Thu May 01, 2008 11:59 am UTC

Confession: I have been away, and missed my forums so much it's scary.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby I Am Raven » Thu May 01, 2008 1:12 pm UTC

Felltir wrote:Confession: I have been away, and missed my forums so much it's scary.

*Pat pat* There, shush.
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Postby felltir » Thu May 01, 2008 1:42 pm UTC

I Am Raven wrote:
Felltir wrote:Confession: I have been away, and missed my forums so much it's scary.

*Pat pat* There, shush.

Heh, thanks Raven.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby Delalyra » Thu May 01, 2008 2:26 pm UTC

I Am Raven wrote:Confession: Never seen 300... :shock:

I didn't either... and it was a first date... :oops:

I guess that's a confession. >.>
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby Nimz » Thu May 01, 2008 3:46 pm UTC

I just tried the sto0pid tester in I Am Raven's sig. I got a 0%. As such, my status is "???"

I also didn't go to bed last night, when I told myself I would by...nearly 9 hours ago. I'd probably be getting up by about now if I had gone to bed.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby I Am Raven » Thu May 01, 2008 3:59 pm UTC

Felltir wrote:
I Am Raven wrote:
Felltir wrote:Confession: I have been away, and missed my forums so much it's scary.

*Pat pat* There, shush.

Heh, thanks Raven.


Finally someone's referring to me as "Raven" instead of the stupid "I Am Raven". I mean, how lame does "Heh, thanks I Am Raven." sound... :shock:



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I Am Raven wrote:Confession: Never seen 300... :shock:

I didn't either... and it was a first date... :oops:

I guess that's a confession. >.>

How 'bout we watch it together, huh? :mrgreen:
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby felltir » Thu May 01, 2008 4:04 pm UTC

I Am Raven wrote:
Felltir wrote:
I Am Raven wrote:
Felltir wrote:Confession: I have been away, and missed my forums so much it's scary.

*Pat pat* There, shush.

Heh, thanks Raven.


Finally someone's referring to me as "Raven" instead of the stupid "I Am Raven". I mean, how lame does "Heh, thanks I Am Raven." sound... :shock:


Really? I would have thought it was obvious to do that..

(Actually, I remembered you complained about it before.)
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby Fat Tony » Thu May 01, 2008 4:58 pm UTC

Confession:
Your Score Summary

Overall, you scored as follows:

93% scored higher (more stupid),
2% scored the same, and
5% scored lower (less stupid).

You are 5% stupid. This means...

You are our next Einstein. Wow! Keep up the great thinking.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby I Am Raven » Thu May 01, 2008 5:32 pm UTC

Confession: 5 minutes ago I kicked some boy's ass with chess badly, and although I'm almost twice as old as he is, I still feel brilliant... :mrgreen: / :o
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Postby SecondTalon » Thu May 01, 2008 5:33 pm UTC

I Am Raven wrote:Finally someone's referring to me as "Raven" instead of the stupid "I Am Raven". I mean, how lame does "Heh, thanks I Am Raven." sound... :shock:


No worse than any other handle, really. Now watch this drive.

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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby Quixotess » Thu May 01, 2008 8:03 pm UTC

Confession: I have a silly-sounding laugh. Some have called it an extremely silly-sounding laugh.

A couple of months ago, I was having a conversation with my sister Mozell and my brother Nathan. At one point I started to record the conversation for some reason. Later, one of them said something that made me laugh. Nathan imitated my laugh. This made me laugh. He mocked that too. That made me laugh. The cycle continued. Mozell started to laugh.

This moment is now preserved, for posterity, on Putfile. http://media.putfile.com/Laughter-77

Confession: I just kind of wanted to share this. Probably doesn't have much relevance to the thread.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby cypherspace » Thu May 01, 2008 8:06 pm UTC

That's brilliant. You do have a silly-sounding laugh, but it's one of those that would probably make me smile every time I heard it.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby ThorFluff » Thu May 01, 2008 8:33 pm UTC

Remember how i said that i was happy before? just generally all round good?
well...
Confession:
Now I'm fucking delerious with happyness and the whole damned world is made of win and fluffy pink clouds.
It seems i got my stupid ass in love again. And guess the fuck what?
The feeling was mutual.
Now I'm going to prance back to bed and be fucking extatic.
Goodbye confessional thread!
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Postby Quixotess » Thu May 01, 2008 8:57 pm UTC

cypherspace wrote:That's brilliant. You do have a silly-sounding laugh, but it's one of those that would probably make me smile every time I heard it.

Aww, thanks. *smile*
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby schumi_girl » Thu May 01, 2008 11:53 pm UTC

Confession: I left the forums because I had nothing good to say anymore. For some bizarre reason I have returned, and I still have nothing to say. I think I shall just lurk.

Confession 2: I feel like a kid who has gone to school one day, and found out that every student got transferred to another school but me.


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Postby Torvaun » Fri May 02, 2008 12:07 am UTC

Confession: If, in the course of my life, I kill one person, no more, no less, I really want it to be my boss. I can deal with his relentless pessimism. I can deal with his attempts to cause me to become a relentless pessimist (which are almost certainly working, by the way). I do get sick of hearing about every mistake I make three times, more if it involves any of his big clients. I get sick of being called an idiot simply because he's been working with computers longer than I've been alive. I get sick of having requests for information dismissed by his claim that he doesn't have time for hand-holding. I get sick of the fact that the only time I get clear information is after the fact when I'm hearing what I did wrong. And I am absolutely done with having him insult my intelligence based on his perception of what happened, even when he doesn't know a damn thing about it.

How many of you, given a time crunch involving a $100,000 computer system, would remember off the top of your head that Windows NT doesn't have USB support?
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby Aluminus » Fri May 02, 2008 12:34 am UTC

Torvaun, may I introduce you to whack your boss dot com?
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Postby Torvaun » Fri May 02, 2008 12:37 am UTC

Aluminus wrote:Torvaun, may I introduce you to whack your boss dot com?

No, you can not. I've already been there, so this has to be a reminder, not an introduction.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby Fat Tony » Fri May 02, 2008 12:50 am UTC

Confession: Remember that sophomore chick I thought was kinda diggin' me? Well today she just told me that next year...she's going to be the captain of the cheerleading team.
Cheerleaders aren't supposed to like rocker-geeks. What is this world coming to?
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby cypherspace » Fri May 02, 2008 1:18 am UTC

Get in there quick before she realises.

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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby Torvaun » Fri May 02, 2008 1:23 am UTC

cypherspace wrote:Get in there quick before she realises.

I'm pretty sure that's illegal.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby Aluminus » Fri May 02, 2008 1:29 am UTC

Confession: I want Tim Minchin's hair. I gonna ask TMT for some advice.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby SecondTalon » Fri May 02, 2008 1:33 am UTC

Fat Tony wrote:Cheerleaders aren't supposed to like rocker-geeks.

Sez whom?
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby Fat Tony » Fri May 02, 2008 2:05 am UTC

Torvaun wrote:
cypherspace wrote:Get in there quick before she realises.

I'm pretty sure that's illegal.

Hahahahaha!
Confession: Before I saw your name, I immediately assumed this post was made by TMT =D
Anyways, she knows I'm a rocker (she's asked me to play guitar for her before [heh, she was amazed when I could mimic the synth part on the crappy rap song {"Lollipop", I think it was} on her friend's computer]). As for the geek...it's not like I've ever really tried to hide it. I mean, she knows that I sit with geeks at lunch, and she knows my favorite movie ever created is The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across The 8th Dimension (heh, it was in theaters for all of a week...almost [20 years ago {this movie is obviously closely followed by the two Bill and Ted movies}]) =D
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Fat Tony wrote:Cheerleaders aren't supposed to like rocker-geeks.

Sez whom?

The same guy who sez quarterbacks are sexier than science fair champions.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby Alpha Omicron » Fri May 02, 2008 2:06 am UTC

SecondTalon wrote:
Fat Tony wrote:Cheerleaders aren't supposed to like rocker-geeks.

Sez whom?

You mean "Says (or Sez, if you really want) who?" Since the 'who' in question are doing the saying, and not being said to, you don't use "whom".

In other news: who cares, FT? Damn you for lucking out.
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Re: Confessional Thread - A black hole of emu

Postby Fat Tony » Fri May 02, 2008 2:19 am UTC

Alpha Omicron wrote:
SecondTalon wrote:
Fat Tony wrote:Cheerleaders aren't supposed to like rocker-geeks.

Sez whom?

You mean "Says (or Sez, if you really want) who?" Since the 'who' in question are doing the saying, and not being said to, you don't use "whom".

You don't know how hard I fought not to say exactly that ('cept I wasn't gonna call him out on the "sez") =D
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