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    1. Likes: odd humor, bartending, alcohol, camping, fishing, hiking, star gazing, wandering the city aimlessly, sex, helping people
    2. Dislikes: dependant partner, only being useful as a shoulder to cry on, whiners who don't do something about a situation, having to sit inside all the time, too many people for too long, not getting my space when I need it
    3. You'll be pleasantly surprised to know I...can cook, clean, and do laundry so I don't need anyone for these things
    4. I find squishy things oddly appealing...
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    Dreams are best served manifest and tangible.

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    I accept no responsibility, what so ever, for the fact that I exist; I do, however, accept full responsibility for what I do while I exist.

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    What is it with certain parts of my generation being fascinated by/obsessed with the German culture, language, and music (but only if it's dark and angry)? And why do these people generally enjoy saying things with shock value?

    I've always wondered about that. And I don't like these people. I think I'll give myself points for being honest.

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    It's not really shock value. It's more about internal desires...for me, at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
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    You'd be surprised to know that:
    I am smarter than you.

    Something I find oddly appealing:
    Watching other people cry...amongst other things.

    Don't think of replying if:
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    • You are not going to give me points for honesty
    You profess to enjoy science, in all your posts have proven to be ruthlessly rational, and do not like anything religious or spiritual. How do you reconcile that with narrowing your dating pool based on astrology? Isn't that a giant disconnect in your personal philosophy? Or is that just a red herring you threw in to see if people were paying attention? (If so, I win.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FMWarner View Post
    You profess to enjoy science, in all your posts have proven to be ruthlessly rational, and do not like anything religious or spiritual. How do you reconcile that with narrowing your dating pool based on astrology? Isn't that a giant disconnect in your personal philosophy? Or is that just a red herring you threw in to see if people were paying attention? (If so, I win.)
    Well, I did look up my birth chart, and it's quite accurate.

    I think astrology is the true religion. And therefore, it's rational...to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindyrella View Post
    What is it with certain parts of my generation being fascinated by/obsessed with the German culture, language, and music (but only if it's dark and angry)? And why do these people generally enjoy saying things with shock value?
    The "German culture but only if dark and angry": it sounds tough, it sounds powerful, it's different than day to day life of people, and in general is another example of a style that people find cool.

    Saying things with shock value: The attention is the big part, probably, plus the fact that someone is having an effect on something else, as compared to being friendly which often works out as the other person having an effect on you. (I'm not sure whether you were asking about shock value in terms of "dark and angry", or just in general terms, including comedians, politicians, etc.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sundowning View Post
    "Male, 24. Won't be fat when old. Will do dishes for food."
    Female, 21. Will be happy and fat when old. Will trade food for dishwashing.



    (couldn't resist)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zergling View Post
    The "German culture but only if dark and angry": it sounds tough, it sounds powerful, it's different than day to day life of people, and in general is another example of a style that people find cool.

    Saying things with shock value: The attention is the big part, probably, plus the fact that someone is having an effect on something else, as compared to being friendly which often works out as the other person having an effect on you. (I'm not sure whether you were asking about shock value in terms of "dark and angry", or just in general terms, including comedians, politicians, etc.)
    My questions were actually more rhetorical than anything. To me, the people I referenced just enjoy being antagonistic. They think it's funny to get a rise out of people by being intentionally racist and sexist, and acting as though they hold radical points of view. The one word I would use to describe it is definitely "obnoxious." I don't think it's just a "style that people find cool."

    I agree that it is absolutely a cry for attention. For whatever reason, these people felt they blended into the background too much. They were just a little too vanilla, and weren't being noticed enough. The reason they like blood and gore and hostility is because these are representations of the emotions they feel as a result of how others have treated them. Honestly, when I think of two good representatives of that whole [dark, German music, German language, etc] subculture, I think of Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris.

    I know some might disagree with me, but I don't feel that any of these people are genuinely racist, sexist, or hateful. I think it is just a reaction to/representation of how others have made them feel. The unfortunate part is that they don't think they need counseling.

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