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    Quote Originally Posted by thealchemist View Post
    More people need to watch New Girl.

    That is all.
    Are you sure you're an INTP?


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    Dear UNGRATEFUL WASPHORNET HYBRID,

    I saved you from certain death trapped inside the window sill. I rescued you out of the goodness in my heart...

    And to pay me back you sting me?!

    You cut me deep, man. Real deep.

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    Poop.
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    Dear August in October,

    Never again will I clean out my fridge the night before garbage pick up and then forget to put the can out.

    ~ someone sad who is sitting in a house that now smells like rotting garbage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    Are you sure you're an INTP?

    Don't make me question my type more!

    Truth be told, my INFP friend got me into it and now I can't resist the Jess-Nick storyline. It was soooo obvious from the beginning (ya even to me, little emotionally-repressed INTP.

    The wedding episode was really good haha. I need to watch it again and day-dream.



    This is sickening! I hate-love it.


    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    Dear UNGRATEFUL WASPHORNET HYBRID,

    I saved you from certain death trapped inside the window sill. I rescued you out of the goodness in my heart...

    And to pay me back you sting me?!

    You cut me deep, man. Real deep.
    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    Dear August in October,

    Never again will I clean out my fridge the night before garbage pick up and then forget to put the can out.

    ~ someone sad who is sitting in a house that now smells like rotting garbage.
    Your life is really full of adventures. *envious sigh*

    NOT.

    But don't be afraid, wasps can't kill bunnehz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post

    He values books, I know that. I interpreted it as a lending thing.


    I guess...it goes to show the power of images and books which can create a world that can help keep us hanging on in this world even in situations that are unbearable. I wish people didn't have frustrations and rage and mental pain and resentments so heavy. Yet they do and I notice that books and art can be a way to stay in the world, even when you feel so embittered by it.
    Books can function as both an escape hatch from the real world and take us to places deep in the imagination, and also can function as a medium to convey information about worldly frustrations and rage too. It's perhaps one of the dangerous weapons... such information about worldly frustrations conveyed through literature. Different philosophies and the like that can spread like wildfire and cause social movements later on.

    But I much prefer the literature that promotes the overall good for the general public, rather than literature that ends up resulting in dissent. It's much more constructive this way.


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    “Thoughts are the shadows of our feelings -- always darker, emptier and simpler.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by CuriousFeeling View Post
    Books can function as both an escape hatch from the real world and take us to places deep in the imagination, and also can function as a medium to convey information about worldly frustrations and rage too. It's perhaps one of the dangerous weapons... such information about worldly frustrations conveyed through literature. Different philosophies and the like that can spread like wildfire and cause social movements later on.

    But I much prefer the literature that promotes the overall good for the general public, rather than literature that ends up resulting in dissent. It's much more constructive this way.
    I don't believe it provides merely an escape hatch from the world, I believe it enables us to stay IN the world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post

    He values books, I know that. I interpreted it as a lending thing.


    I guess...it goes to show the power of images and books which can create a world that can help keep us hanging on in this world even in situations that are unbearable. I wish people didn't have frustrations and rage and mental pain and resentments so heavy. Yet they do and I notice that books and art can be a way to stay in the world, even when you feel so embittered by it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post
    "Your cash, your gold, your credit cards really are just a bunch of trees, rocks, and oil."



    What a kind and thoughtful gesture. I know how much books mean to you, Lark. Thanks
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    I love how grooveshark has a Del Taco ad, when I live no where near one.
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    Set the quirk factor to Warp 5!
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    Mmmm.
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    @BlueFlame obviously isn't familiar with me or my circumstances.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thealchemist View Post
    More people need to watch New Girl.

    That is all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    Dear UNGRATEFUL WASPHORNET HYBRID,

    I saved you from certain death trapped inside the window sill. I rescued you out of the goodness in my heart...

    And to pay me back you sting me?!

    You cut me deep, man. Real deep.
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    Poop.
    Quote Originally Posted by CuriousFeeling View Post
    Books can function as both an escape hatch from the real world and take us to places deep in the imagination, and also can function as a medium to convey information about worldly frustrations and rage too. It's perhaps one of the dangerous weapons... such information about worldly frustrations conveyed through literature. Different philosophies and the like that can spread like wildfire and cause social movements later on.

    But I much prefer the literature that promotes the overall good for the general public, rather than literature that ends up resulting in dissent. It's much more constructive this way.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post
    I don't believe it provides merely an escape hatch from the world, I believe it enables us to stay IN the world.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post

    He values books, I know that. I interpreted it as a lending thing.


    I guess...it goes to show the power of images and books which can create a world that can help keep us hanging on in this world even in situations that are unbearable. I wish people didn't have frustrations and rage and mental pain and resentments so heavy. Yet they do and I notice that books and art can be a way to stay in the world, even when you feel so embittered by it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post
    "Your cash, your gold, your credit cards really are just a bunch of trees, rocks, and oil."



    What a kind and thoughtful gesture. I know how much books mean to you, Lark. Thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    I love how grooveshark has a Del Taco ad, when I live no where near one.
    Quote Originally Posted by CuriousFeeling View Post
    Set the quirk factor to Warp 5!
    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Mmmm.
    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairdoug View Post
    @BlueFlame obviously isn't familiar with me or my circumstances.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by thealchemist View Post
    More people need to watch New Girl.

    That is all.
    Books are for fags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post

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