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Postby Codebear on Wed Mar 23, 2005 3:55 pm

so im not sure if you all have heard but there was a shooting at a locval high school by where i go to school. so my ponderence is more or a question to you all how much of this latest shooting do you believe is goin to be blambed on music, movies, and violent video games?
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Postby Toawa on Wed Mar 23, 2005 5:00 pm

codebear wrote:so im not sure if you all have heard but there was a shooting at a locval high school by where i go to school. so my ponderence is more or a question to you all how much of this latest shooting do you believe is goin to be blambed on music, movies, and violent video games?


There's already been articles about the kid's interest(s) in "zombies, Nazis, and death." Thus, I predict backlashes against RPG gamers, LARPers, history buffs, and goths. (Granted, 3 of those 4 are usually targetted when this happens anyway.) There have been people admonishing other people over "letting their vigilence wane." (quotes paraphrased.)
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Postby Codebear on Sun Mar 27, 2005 10:52 am

good news on that shooting most news people arent blaming the video games ot the goths anymore so woo for that. but i saw that they were tryin to blame a movie. those bastards.
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Postby Codebear on Wed Mar 30, 2005 1:45 pm

so moving on with something else. i have come to find out that i like shakespeares play henry the 4th and the odd thing is that i find myself understading Hal the most. so who knows. but my ponderence is what are others favs?(of shakespeares work)
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Postby Codebear on Sat Apr 23, 2005 3:13 pm

OK OK OK.

so how come when ever i where my hoody that says ALASKAN ASSASSIN, on the back do i get hiot on my the old ladys? this is something that has been bugging me for awhile and i need to kno whow to rectify this. i need younger(sp) women to hit on me so i can be my flirty happy self. HELP HELP HELP
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Postby SpasticSage on Sun Apr 24, 2005 9:00 am

codebear wrote:OK OK OK.

so how come when ever i where my hoody that says ALASKAN ASSASSIN, on the back do i get hiot on my the old ladys? this is something that has been bugging me for awhile and i need to kno whow to rectify this. i need younger(sp) women to hit on me so i can be my flirty happy self. HELP HELP HELP


Well, I'm neither old nor a woman, but I can take a guess.

The old ladies think you're cute.

You're too old for the younger women to think you're cute (in a dateable sort of way)

This applies only in reference to the hoodie.
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Postby Codebear on Fri Apr 29, 2005 1:21 pm

damn me and my cutness. but i like the ladies around my age. sad face :(
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Postby ZhanNeel on Sat Apr 30, 2005 10:40 am

You want younger women to look at you, I recommend streaking. Then LOTS of women will look at you. And men. Men will look too.

As far as them hitting on you... may I recommend this pick up line, "Hey Baby, my pants fill so empty without you in them" That oughta get women to hit on you. :lol:
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Re: Advice from a Goddess

Postby Sleepsheep on Sat Apr 30, 2005 11:12 am

ZhanNeel wrote: "Hey Baby, my pants fill so empty without you in them"

Ya know "filled with emptyness" has so many possibliltys. That could be while you are looking at the person. It should be noted that telling someone you are filling your pants thinking of them won't always play in Peoira, but it could work with a more "friendly" sort.
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Postby Codebear on Fri May 06, 2005 12:23 pm

well ok i used that pick up line. and two things happened.... One. i got my ass grabed and then two... I got a free beer. but no action. so that one doesnt work to the best of me..

give me more aqnd i might try them if i m drunk enough.
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Postby SpasticSage on Fri May 06, 2005 1:27 pm

codebear wrote:well ok i used that pick up line. and two things happened.... One. i got my ass grabed and then two... I got a free beer. but no action. so that one doesnt work to the best of me..

give me more aqnd i might try them if i m drunk enough.


Well, that would be more than I would expect. Evidence of an expert delivery. I congratulate you!
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Postby CJBurgandy on Fri May 06, 2005 2:24 pm

you did get a butt grab though. That's good.
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Postby Sleepsheep on Sat May 07, 2005 7:13 pm

codebear wrote:well ok i used that pick up line. and two things happened.... One. i got my ass grabed and then two... I got a free beer. but no action. so that one doesnt work to the best of me..

Free beer! I'd say that worked better than any line I ever used!

Oh that that hurts. :cry:
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Postby Codebear on Tue May 10, 2005 4:49 pm

ok ok... i know most plays and books are open to opion but am i wrong for thinking that hamlet was scitsphrenic(sp)?
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Postby SpasticSage on Fri May 13, 2005 3:03 pm

codebear wrote:ok ok... i know most plays and books are open to opion but am i wrong for thinking that hamlet was scitsphrenic(sp)?


No. No, you're not wrong. So said my HS English teacher.

He sees "ghosts" of dead people, and talks to them.
He talks like a nut.
He talks to himself (but this can be chalked up to soliloqy (sp?))
etc. etc. etc.

And if you're still not sure, tell me this: when has Mel Gibson played a sane character?

At the very least, yes, it's open to interpretation, but one can make a very good case for him being schitzo.
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Postby CJBurgandy on Mon May 16, 2005 12:21 am

scitsphrenia (I can't spell it either) is more like... ummm... what Golum had in LOTR. There is some one else in golum's head talking to him, telling him to do things, and telling him that others say things behind his back.
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Postby SpasticSage on Mon May 16, 2005 2:29 pm

I thought that was dissociative disorder (aka multiple personalities).
Though granted, I only took psychology in high school.

Lessee...
schizophrenia...

did I get it right? (checks dictionary.com...)

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Postby RantinAn on Mon May 16, 2005 5:58 pm

SpasticSage wrote:I thought that was dissociative disorder (aka multiple personalities).
Though granted, I only took psychology in high school.

Lessee...
schizophrenia...

did I get it right? (checks dictionary.com...)

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NOpe spastic, and believe me, MPD and DD get argued about so much and combined and seperated et al that anyone who suffers something like this is frankly comtemptueous of the DSM-IV
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Postby SpasticSage on Mon May 16, 2005 7:15 pm

RantinAn wrote:NOpe spastic, and believe me, MPD and DD get argued about so much and combined and seperated et al that anyone who suffers something like this is frankly comtemptueous of the DSM-IV


I bow to greater knowledge...

I thought MPD and DD were the same, and I don't know what DSM-IV is (unless I just don't recognize the abbrev.) Clearly my knowledge isn't straight.

.... Except about the spelling of "schizophrenia".
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Postby RantinAn on Mon May 16, 2005 7:48 pm

heh its ok, noone's knowledge is that great. and DSM IV is the current diagnosis manual for mental illnesses.
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