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    i get called hippie and/ or stoner alot. i wonder if it's really true...doubt it. i don't smoke pot like i did a couple semesters ago by any means, and i don't see how i could be a hippie...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
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    Human beings make life so interesting. Do you know that in a universe so full of wonders, they have managed to invent boredom? -Terry Pratchett

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    This includes non-jocular attack-threads as distinct from flame-wars in The Graveyard.
    What the heck does that really mean? I must be bored if I am reading the FAQs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    Sometimes I reckon that I'm destined to see-saw between anger and despair any time I take the pulse of what constitutes moral or political discourse. Should it be opinions on a forum, collumns in a newspaper, pundits, pseudo-intellectuals or protestors. I see total moral decay celebrated as evidence of freedom and objection, let alone prohibitive law, roundly attacked from all quarters.

    I see people at their very worst or most base celebrated as the finest examples of honesty or humanity and wonder why no one else has any qualms about it, instead going so far as to attack those who do as capricious tyrants whose objections are only thin vials for some unsatisfied perverse need for control.

    Most of the time what is being discussed is actually silently or quietly recognised as reprehensible in some way so instead of discussing a particular behaviour or conduct its side stepped altogether and instead abstract concepts like freedom are argued instead.

    Whatever way this pans out, usually as some kind of pissing contest or competition to appear the cleverest or even the most militant and myopic exponent of an ideology, I cant help but think that the ideas have consequences being repeated by the impressionable, less clever and even the disturbed or maladapted with pride.

    Contemporary libertarianism has almost ruined the concept of liberty altogether, I'm either cynical or losing hope.
    Or maybe socialism isn't the only proper view of the world...
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    What exactly is the acceptable age to stop believing in Santa?

    Nine seems a bit old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Aw, darn. I was hoping for something about Santa....but this will occupy my time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairdoug View Post
    i get called hippie and/ or stoner alot. i wonder if it's really true...doubt it. i don't smoke pot like i did a couple semesters ago by any means, and i don't see how i could be a hippie...
    Consider yourself lucky. I don't know if I can be a real hippy w/o the stoner bit which doesn't interest me. Otherwise, I'm loving the relaxed attitude, the multicultural blending, and most of all the peace and love. I do *get* the Grateful Dead - especially when driving. I'm often surrounded by hippies, or hybrid-hippies. Why not more of that? The world needs hippies. I think the world should be filled with hippies.
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