This extends to most of the upper-middle-class-dripping-with-entitlement advice...– SERIOUSLY
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Hard to overstate how annoyed a TED talk by the...
I needed a drink, I needed a lot of life insurance, I needed a vacation, I...– Farewell My Lovely Rousseau said Robinson Crusoe was “the one book that teaches all that books can teach,” and as such should be applied directly to (male) children’s brains in order to develop strong character. We have a difference of opinion. Philip Marlowe will teach you: how to keep your...
On the easter being ever in your favor
synchronia: "yeah my parents used to put $1s, $5s, $10s, and some $20s into our easter eggs"
synchronia: "the egg hunt got kind of intense"
DeepOmega: I look forward to hunger gamesing our kids
DeepOmega: "some of the eggs contain cash, some contain weapons you may find... useful"
synchronia: "don't underestimate the usefulness of the eggs full of water"
synchronia: "most of you will die of exposure"
DeepOmega: also the egg hunt will take three days
DeepOmega: symbolizing christ's suffering
DeepOmega: and it will be in the desert, for obvious reasons
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On the making of some things
Joe: the money quote from the paramount exec who killed it
Joe: "I don't want to be the guy that approved this and then it's a flop and sitting out there in Vegas forever."
Joe: au contraire sir
Joe: giant abandoned desert starship is the ideal outcome
DeepOmega: that's what I'm HOPING for
Joe: total lack of vision
Joe: *stares misty-eyed into the distance*
Joe: we used to MAKE THINGS in this country
Joe: and then LEAVE THEM TO DECAY POIGNANTLY
DeepOmega: the wire is really about the decline of the starship manufacturing industry, isn't it
DeepOmega: starship drydocks turned into hangouts for drug dealer kids
I am always a different man; a reinterpretation of the man I was yesterday, and...– K.J. Bishop’s The Etched City starts like a standard dumb cowboys in the desert thing, and then starts spinning faster and faster until it whirls itself to pieces and leaves its own ending up for grabs. Read it.
to this day I can’t see the word “preternatural” without...– Tully wins my heart today, even if he read too much Anne Rice in his youth. Sorry everyone else, maybe tomorrow you’ll earn my love!
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