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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    FUCK.
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    everything is pissing me off, why can't people give fucking straight answers? i have no fucking clue if your coming over and it's not just you its everyone in this fucking town. i'll wait upwards of 3 hours when i could make other plans but no you decide that you don't want to do anything. if you're gonna cancel fucking cancel, don't make people wait. I'm sick and fucking tired of people saying oh maybe we'll do something just commit one or the other i hate unknowns. just fucking tell me.

    I've gotten to the point where i will bug the shit out of a person for an answer because like i said i hate not knowing.
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    Watching the news and a woman was killed on a date. How did they introduce this news story? "A local family's daughter..." How come she has to be introduced as someone's daughter? Why are women always referred to as daughters or wives or sisters? She was fucking murdered, and you can't even refer to her as being her own person? Just "someone's daughter"? She wasn't a child. Jesus christ. It's a silly little thing that I'm sure most people would just overlook but I couldn't help but get annoyed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 21lux View Post
    Watching the news and a woman was killed on a date. How did they introduce this news story? "A local family's daughter..." How come she has to be introduced as someone's daughter? Why are women always referred to as daughters or wives or sisters? She was fucking murdered, and you can't even refer to her as being her own person? Just "someone's daughter"? She wasn't a child. Jesus christ. It's a silly little thing that I'm sure most people would just overlook but I couldn't help but get annoyed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Floki View Post
    ***vote news writers***
    Ok, this made me feel 100% better LOL
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    Sick of hearing about the gorilla story. It's like the dress thing, but with 100% more anger and sanctimony. And I had no idea there were so many gorilla experts in my online circles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Sick of hearing about the gorilla story. It's like the dress thing, but with 100% more anger and sanctimony. And I had no idea there were so many gorilla experts in my online circles.
    anytime anything happens people online all of a sudden becomes experts. if a news story came out saying what you had for breakfast people online would be nutrition experts and say you were dumb and how could you do that to food? and they would never eat waffles because that's barbaric it's sad but true


    also i hate hate hate hate autoplay in people's profiles i don't care if you're expressing your self it's annoying and it interrupts my thoughts. I'm pretty sure some mass murderers think they were expressing themselves, but that doesn't mean you should shoot up a crowd of people. sometimes self expression is annoying and sometimes its dangerous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Sick of hearing about the gorilla story. It's like the dress thing, but with 100% more anger and sanctimony. And I had no idea there were so many gorilla experts in my online circles.
    I've seen surprisingly little of it on facebook actually, and the news coverage has basically said the same stuff over and over again about "regrettable but necessary", which, on the face of it, it sort of was. Probably the main sources of sanctimony and outrage have been like a couple internet comments that the news highlighted, and both sides seem to be engaging in it.

    Frankly, saying "regrettable but necessary" 5000 times on repeat is kind of pointless and boring to me, but meh. I guess it's like mourning and paying respects, which I can respect (heh) in a big way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    anytime anything happens people online all of a sudden becomes experts. if a news story came out saying what you had for breakfast people online would be nutrition experts and say you were dumb and how could you do that to food? and they would never eat waffles because that's barbaric it's sad but true


    also i hate hate hate hate autoplay in people's profiles i don't care if you're expressing your self it's annoying and it interrupts my thoughts. I'm pretty sure some mass murderers think they were expressing themselves, but that doesn't mean you should shoot up a crowd of people. sometimes self expression is annoying and sometimes its dangerous.
    World is full of backseat driver. Look at sports. And how many couch potatoe coaches. We have become a society of opinion and not really much action.
    Take what I say with a grain of salt, because that's all it is compared to the ocean of complexity when it comes to actions and real life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Sick of hearing about the gorilla story. It's like the dress thing, but with 100% more anger and sanctimony. And I had no idea there were so many gorilla experts in my online circles.
    Seconded. I felt sorry for the Gorilla.
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