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    Sometimes, I am really really glad I am a feeler. The world is a cruel cold place and none of asked to exist, so we might as well make it as pleasent as possible and understand and comfort others in the face of errors and failure. It amazes me and depresses me to see there are people out there that don't have this mentality, or worse, see the mentality, disagree with it, and actively try to be as harsh and cold as possible. Sometimes, we need to against objective logic and understand the human aspect behind our efforts, and remember that there are real honest people on the other side trying to make something great.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Anaximander View Post
    At Fourth of July, found out a childhood friend died last year in child birth, leaving her husband to raise a newborn alone. It's been getting to me.

    I've cried maybe 3 times in my adult life and that was one of them.

    She was my underage drinking buddy when I would visit my grandparents.

    This life is short and that's comforting in the face of this sort of pain and loss. Wish I could find a way to help or reach out to her family.

    I am so sorry. For your sadness and the 'absence' her family will now have to endure.


    I found a simple note from people who knew my husband to be invaluable. Especially if they knew him before "us".

    It didn't have to be anything earthshaking or a poem or anything like that. The communications that meant the most to me just let me know that people were remembering times had with him, and he had mattered in their life.

    Funerals (and Babies!) present innumerable ongoing costs. If you feel like it or feel it's appropriate, even $10-20 can pay for things like death certificates or the associated paperwork that crops up for the initial year or so.

    I have great faith in fools. My friends call it self-confidence.

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    Well, you'd probably not identify someone like me for quite some time if you ever see me in person - I still don't have a driver's license yet, and I'm 24.
    My wife got her license at around 24 but didnt start driving regularly until after 30! Many people put it off so don't worry about it
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    Screw it. I'm going to let my inferior Se win and get myself a nice piece of chocolate cake after work that's totally unhealthy and equally delicious.

    #yaaaaassss

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    Both Trump's and Clinton's voices make me cringe. They could be delivering the best policies on the planet in a speech and I'd still have to cover my ears. Jesus Christ, I swear that they're both harpies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theforsaken View Post
    Screw it. I'm going to let my inferior Se win and get myself a nice piece of chocolate cake after work that's totally unhealthy and equally delicious.
    I picture you making that face in the gif in your sig when you write this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bush Did 9/11 View Post
    Both Trump's and Clinton's voices make me cringe. They could be delivering the best policies on the planet in a speech and I'd still have to cover my ears. Jesus Christ, I swear that they're both harpies.
    Word. That's why we have Gary and Jill. Gary is the voice of the slightly goofy but lovable uncle while Jill is the voice of the kind and matronly hippie grandma.

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    LOL at 3:05. Roger drops an F bomb.


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    I love Twenty One Pilots so much.
    I don't mean to pry, but why would you even make the eyes?


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