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Read this, Im looking for answers. by Anonymous on December 22nd, 2010, 5:49 pm
choosing roads.... its like playing Rusain Rulet you have some chances of good and some of bad but unlike R.R. you can make A LOT of bad choices and still later find good ones. but what it comes down to is... do you have the balls to pull the triger.. if not you'll just fall down and be on the lowest road.. it may not always be the worst but it weighs on you more then the others. you just have to start walking you MUST start walking or you just always wish you could have done something. im implore you start walking. have the balls to pull the triger and hope for the best because chances are you were smart. you only loaded one bullet in the chamber. and now your chances are good no matter which road you fall, or rise to.
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Patent # 1647 or 78317 or even 644077 by Anonymous on July 14th, 2014, 9:53 pm
Even when the music swells as if by the magic of some moon other than the moon… I mean even when we landed on the moon… something tells me, what a mistake that was… that celestial neighbor is the mirrored looking glass we all calibrate our inner reflections on or off of rather… and now I hear it even had a rabbit infestation…
What ever happened to green cheese… and did anyone ever think to consume lunar pebbles to make sure that our dna registers the data involved in proving a myth to be a myth by taking the bait… like a fish up close on the shore… gets just deep enough to be wrapped up in one of them there prehensile tongues of Cthulhu… I mean if chameleons have them…
Nah, that’s just in photo-shopped images of that one in profile as it slaps at a fly and the pink line it makes spirals off into the ratios of all things… maybe make a stop along the way to crawl up on the bow of a cigarette boat making a run on a corona commercial… bring some dos equis and some babes… I mean it’s a man’...

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integral proportion mogwai/gremlin remix by Anonymous on March 21st, 2014, 2:59 am
i like to think that i have some assemblance of reason albeit one skewed by an irrational sense of place... kinda like a virtual rollercoaster... you know one of those disneyland rides where the seats move on a pivot in front of a screen that signals you to manufacture the sensation of moving forward with your own imagination...
symmetry is beautiful... and when the conditions are right the detail is immaterial... what if everything they taught us in school was wrong... and it were up to us to right the course of the future of history... what if integer is more dimensional than its popular negative number conception... what if it is a volume of three values... the negative initial value ie. -19, -3480, -292... the inverse negative value -1/19, etc... and the absolute value of the integer 19, 3480, 292, ..
maybe if we entertained ourselves with knowledge more and drama less we wouldn't be in this existential crisis where no one realizes the err of their ways because the ones who did were...

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Understanding Human Behavior and Personality Types by Anonymous on April 13th, 2011, 9:35 pm
Ever wonder why your husband, wife, kids, friends, bosses... are acting the way they are? Well then you have come to the right place. The Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers) is a unique, useful, helpful, beneficial and totally fun way to look at the way the people in our lives behave. Not just a clever categorization of personality types, but a perspective that, when adopted, will let you understand why people behave the way they do and predict how they will act in any situation.

With a basic understanding of the characteristics of each group (clarks, scotts and rogers), anyone can understand everyone else! You will know how those around you will act in virtually any situation. Finally you can understand what has never made sense to you about the people you work with, live with and/or are friends with. You will have the answer to the question, 'Why on earth would you do that/say that/feel that way?'

The Wakefield Doctrine is predicated upon the idea that everyone...

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I can control rain by Anonymous on September 1st, 2011, 3:16 am
This wierd thing happens when I starts to sprinkle outside I stare outside and I make a fist and then I would whisper tornado and like five minutes later the sirens would be going off. And I can make it rain hard sprinker again and even hail. I've been able to do it my whole life.
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