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Today was my first day with new immune suppressant: "Stelera" an injectable med. SOOOOO... Off to Gastro Doc to be trained in self administering that is, injecting myself. I gave myself first dose under watchful eye of Nurse Practitioner. You know what oddest part of self injection is? I mean besides holding needle thing poised over your belly......
You know what oddest part of self injection is? I mean besides holding needle thing poised over your belly... The oddest thing is how hard you have to push to actually penetrate the skin. OTOH it's barely possible I'm worlds biggest baby... - WarLord
Steve and 4 other people
RT @JamesFallows: Scottish turnout super high in part because *every vote counts equally*. Reason #625 to dump Electoral College in US.
Mebbe, but I doubt if our turnout would go up appreciably if we dumped the Electoral College for most elections. Apathy is apathy. If we had a vote in California about seceding from the U.S., I bet California's turnout would be record-breaking too. - Stephen Mack
Quite. Here in the UK, we've been voicing our disgust with the whole system by staying away from the polling booths and saying "We choose not to vote because you're ALL equally shit for different reasons". The parties have all ignored us. Only now that a couple of million Scots turned out and voted to keep things exactly as they are have the parties responded with "We get it, England wants change." I want some of whatever drugs our politicians are on. - Slippy
Of course, some of that apathy is deliberately encouraged. It's not like we deliberately set aside time as a society to do this, or expect that work or commerce should briefly halt to see it accomplished. Polling places are often extraordinarily inconvenient for large parts of the population, portions of which are at massive disadvantage when attempting to even register to vote. - Jennifer Dittrich
Jennifer, it's a good point. I'd love to see us implement a national voting day holiday (which other countries have had for years). - Stephen Mack
Certain segments of the political spectrum encourage apathy with such statements as "they're all the same" etc and by making voting a more arduous task then it needs to be.... Make Sunday polling day and tell them that football doesn't start tell the votes are tally'ed.... - WarLord
I'd love to see a voting holiday (a real holiday, as in only emergency personnel have to work, and people get paid leave) as well as a lot more polling places (with special emphasis on currently underserved areas, like reservations and very poor neighborhoods.) - Jennifer Dittrich
I support Stephens call for a national drinking^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H voting holiday! (which is apparently how some folks in countries with such holidays respond... :/ ) - Ken Gidley
A holiday is interpreted as a "travel and get away" day. So that would conflict with voting. - Louis Gray
We vote on a Saturday. Works for us. - Johnny from iPhone
You vote on a Saturday? How do you get people to show up? They can't put a TV show on Saturdays. - Eric - Poppa Large from iPhone
Also, voting is done at almost every public school (close, easily accessible by public transport), there is pre-polling options like electoral officers taking voting stations to nursing homes and hospitals. - Johnny from iPhone
Eric. We have compulsory voting (which I wholeheartedly support) but they also have a sausage sizzle and jam stores so you do it on the way out or back from your weekend stuff and grab a snack. - Johnny from iPhone
Victor Ganata
So we mainly pay taxes to ensure defense contractors profit and cops and rebel groups have the newest killer tech. #FuckYeahAmerica
The MIC and Wall Street run this country like a private country club with restricted membership (but I repeat myself) - WarLord
How to Tell if You’re in a MFA Workshop Story -
How to Tell if You’re in a MFA Workshop Story
"You sit at the bar and have a drink. When you finish your drink you have another. You drink in a way that is simple and direct and not at all in imitation of Hemingway or Carver, and if it is then it’s an homage, a subtle, searingly thought-provoking homage, and the bartender is a charming old gent who calls you “hoss” and not a college girl with a swallow tattoo on her breastbone." - Jessie from Bookmarklet
"Her laugh was like the jangle of a charm bracelet, or like the wind whispering in the branches of an aspen, or like waves crashing on the beach, or like something else that doesn’t really sound at all like laughter, or even any sound a human can make, to be honest." - Jessie
"There is an ethnic person nearby, but they are dispensing with excellent advice. Their voice is cracked and earthy, like the earth. If they were your father they would say they loved you, to your face and to your heart. “Chile,” they say, “sho nuff, this crazy world goes on a-spinnin’ and don’t nobody know where it gon’ stop.” You nod sagely. It is good to take the G Train." - Jessie
"The love of a good woman will save you. A good woman will place her cool hand upon your feverish brow and not like the bands you don’t like. A good woman will know she is a metaphor, and accept it." - Jessie
"And even through the buffer of this short story, female readers are probably becoming barren just by encountering the power of your thoughts, right at this minute, right now." - Victor Ganata
....and if it is then it’s an homage, a subtle, searingly thought-provoking homage.... - WarLord
Hahahahahaha the comments: "In my one graduate level writing course a woman wrote a non-fiction story about the time she got into a car accident (in the US) after visiting a bakery and how the bagels she had bought spilled onto the road and the professor chewed her out for a painfully long time about the careless and racist way she had invoked images of Palestinian terrorism, so. " - Jessie
Also: "The other day a friend read me a sentence from a writing workshop piece (not his) that said, hand to god: "She cupped her chin in her girlish fingers and stared at me with penstemon-sparked eyes." I had to look up penstemon; apparently it's a flower, alternately called beardtongue. Sexy. " - Jessie
I guess everything really is a metaphor :D #darmok - Victor Ganata
fire! - WarLord
Trying to get my eating habits regular is going to be impossible for the next 5 days. I have almost no appetite on prednisone. - Heather
Morton Fox
Well, it’s my birthday and also National Cheeseburger Day! Although a cheeseburger with a candle on it might be a bit weird. :)
Happy birthday! - L.A.M.B. tbh from Android
You could always get one of those cakes they sell at Martin's/Giant grocery stores (not sure if you have those out your way - if not, one of your grocery stores might have them) that looks like a cheeseburger. They look like they're crazy-heavy on the icing, though. - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
My nephew had a cheeseburger cake last year. It was yummy! - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Happy birthday!! - Gabrielle from FFHound(roid)!
w00t! :) - Steven Perez
Happy birthday! - Kevin Johnson from Android
Happy Cheesebirthday! - Steve C Team Marina
Happy birthday! - John (bird whisperer)
We must all observe this. - m9m, Crone of FriendFeed
Happy Cheezburger to you - WarLord
Happy birthday! We're having the Sacramento Burger Battle today so I shall raise a burger high in your honor! - Corinne L
L.A.M.B. tbh
What song is currently running through your head?
Mine: "Mary Jane's Last Dance" by Tom Petty. - L.A.M.B. tbh
"She don't use jelly" by The Flaming Lips - Pete : Team Marina
The one that my current work password is based off of. That's a drawback of using lyrics. - ellbeecee
"Crystal Cat" by Dan Deacon - Meg VMeg
"Rusted Pipe" by Suzanne Vega - Big Joe Silence from Android
First Cut is the Deepest, Cheryl Crow. Not helpful we always sang 'First Slut is the Cheapest' :0 - Janet from FFHound!
"Real World" by Matchbox Twenty, courtesy of the Pandora station running in the house last night. - Jenica
"Golden brown", the stranglers - Selkie from FFHound(roid)!
"ESB" by White Liars... long story - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
525,600 Minutes . . . - Friar Will
This one and I'm mad cos I don't even like the damn song. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
"How Many More Years" by B. B. King. - Hookuh Tinypants
Oddly, the theme to Super Chicken - MoTO: Team Marina from Android
this is turning into an epic friendfeed mix tape - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
"Short People" by Randy Newman - Spidra Webster
Midnight City by M83 - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
"Creep" by Radiohead. - Me
"Baby Got Back". It's all Pete's fault. - Steven Perez
Although I did give everyone in the office an earworm of Blue Oyster Cult's "Godzilla". I had to go on a taco run for my penance. - Steven Perez
"10538 Overture" by ELO - Brent Schaus
"Teenage Wasteland" by Wheatus (thanks to Hookuh). - Stephen Mack
This one: (It's April's fault.) - Betsy
"Every Sperm is Sacred" - Montgomery Python - Spidra Webster
One hand in my pocket with a side of No one is too blame and don't think twice its alright - WarLord
Fort Atlantic's Let Your Heart Hold Fast - Lola Bean (Penguin) from iPhone
You can't always get what you want - Eric - Poppa Large from iPhone
@Bunneh: OH NO! THERE GOES TOKYO! GO GO, GODZILLA!! - Big Joe Silence
Theme music to Fargo (Carter Burwell). - Jenny H. from Android
"Otherside" - RHCP - Brixie
Ordinary World by Duran Duran. - Corinne L
Now it's "Things That Scare Me" by Neko Case (thanks to - Jenny H.
"Uncomfortably Numb" - Graveyard - Sarita! from iPhone
"Shake It Off" - Taylor Swift - (Curtis) Alan Jackson from Android
"Teach your children" Crosby, Stills and Nash. - Eric Logan from FFHound!
"Killer Queen" - Queen (The astrophysics' solo it's the real earworm) - Xabaras (G.O.)
Mr. Jones - Counting crows - Fabrizio Casu
The Moldau - Todd
Andrew C (✔)
RT @chansteele: This is one of the most devastating and dismissive art reviews I have ever read. I love it.
RT @chansteele: This is one of the most devastating and dismissive art reviews I have ever read. I love it.
Yeah, it's fucking great. - Meg VMeg
Haven't read the whole article--yet--but, geez, if the "artist" who makes Thomas Kinkade look profound by comparison is worthy of a Whitney exhibition, it's too late for me to try being an art lover. - Walt Crawford
What a take down wow - WarLord
Two guards stand at a fork in the road, and only one way leads to paradise. One guard always lies, the other likes big butts and cannot lie.
I ask if the other guard likes to stay and play. - Steele Lawman
LOL, the Epimenides/Sir Mix-a-lot paradox? - Victor Ganata
Well that makes that puzzle easier. - Arlan K.
The unstated assumption is that you only get one question, right? Because otherwise my first question is "How many fingers am I holding up?" or some other statement whose truth value I already know. - Deborah Fitchett
Bridgekeeper: Stop. Who would cross the Bridge of Death must answer me these questions three, ere the other side he see. - WarLord
Without my permission, no one may cross. - Betsy
I just say, "I'm going to paradise" and cross, because I know the other brothers can't deny. - Stephen Mack
What's the most reliable automobile you've ever owned?
Saturn SL1 - Meg VMeg
A BMW me ex had was very reliable. Never had an issue at all. - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
Hyundai Elantra (2003) - Jennifer Dittrich
All three of my recent cars have been very reliable: Ford Focus, Scion TC, and now a Toyota Yaris. Nary a problem with any of them. - Friar Will
Dodge colt that was essentially a Mitsubishi. - Joe from iPod
This 20 year old Voyager I'm driving now. But my favoritest car was my always-needing-maintenance 93 Cutlass SL. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Our Honda Civics. All of them, except for the transmission problem on the '95. (Now down to just one, our new 2005.) - Walt Crawford
Joe reminded me of the Colt that I had as well. Yes, it too was very reliable. - Friar Will
Hondas, 12 of them in the immediate family over the years. - Anne Bouey
My Volvo XC99 - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
1965 Ford Mustang and 1950 GMC panel truck. - Greg GuitarBuster
Citroen AX Lx - obe
2007 Volkswagen Beetle. - Steven Perez from Android
!984 Oldsmobile Cutlas Ciara, that we named Betsy. But the most reliable I ever paid for was a friend's used Toyota cargo van that had over a million miles on it before he retired from the courier biz and sold it to another courier driver. - April Russo
I'm still driving my 1992 Honda Civic. - Marie from iPhone
Toss up between my '97 Civic EX and my '80 Ford Fairmont Sedan. That thing was a friggin' BEAST. My current Civic is too new to really sing the praises of but it's not let me down yet, so. - Hookuh Tinypants
Any of my Chevy Pickups - WarLord
My old Hyundai Excel was pretty reliable. In 18 years I had to replace the clutch twice and that was the worst of it. My Subaru Baja has been pretty reliable over the 10 years I've had it. - vicster: full-bodied
Subaru Forrester - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Toyota Tundra - 14 years now. Two trips total to the mechanic. - Steve C Team Marina
Honda Civic. Love it - Prometa
Honda Accord. My son inherited it and it's still cruising after 14 years and 300K+ miles. - Jenny H. from Android
The doctor said I should be able to dance again, but not for a year. I can get through this but I feel grief like a part of me has died, albeit temporarily. BF telling me 10min later I should be glad I'm not paralyzed. Can I be sad, FF?
I mean it's only my #1 coping mechanism AND way to get in touch with my emotions, plus my favorite mode of self-expression, not to mention the only activity that has consistently brought me joy at all times of my life. - Lo from Android
You can be sad. And you can certainly grieve a loss, even if you know it's temporary. - Anne Bouey
YES. I'm so sad for you. I've been out of dance for a month with mono and am heartbroken, I can't even imagine what you're going through other than knowing it sucks times ten million. :-( Sending dance love <3 - Lola Bean (Penguin) from iPhone
I recognize that it's good to look at the positive, and I am making a big effort, but that felt so invalidating of my feelings, I do believe some reassurance might be in order. He sounds right, but it feels so shitty. - Lo from Android
On the actual bright side, I've found five ways (so far!) to enjoy the magic of dance despite my limitations. Fuck those restrictions! - Lo from Android
Could you expand your dance to choreography during your down time? - Janet from FFHound!
Lo, you get to feel any and every way that you feel about not being able to dance. Or about anything else, for that matter. *sends speedy healing love* - vicster: full-bodied
I hope you're better soon. Losing a creative outlet really sucks. *hugs* - John (bird whisperer)
Absolutely!!! I'll be sad with and for you, in fact. *hug* - Lisa L. Seifert from iPhone
I figure we feel sad when bad things happen because it's part of how we grieve - you can still be grateful about other things, but still sad about those. I hope that your recovery is swift, but it feels totally understandable to be down a little about your situation now. - Jennifer Dittrich
Thanks guys :) It's a real boost, since I see so few people these days. - Lo from Android
Thanks for the dance love, Penguin! First thing I did after that discussion was text a dance friend... you get it! I also really appreciate the choreography suggestion, I've had a multi-year project on the back brain burner for a long time, and that sounds great. I was discouraged about not being able to do much even mentally for a while, but it's getting better with less painkillers. - Lo from Android
The grief of "what might have been" is part of our physical limitations the grief of :"what if" and "what now" I hope you can find solace in music and movement that is perhaps not dance but something else that is you escaping your sadness and static place. Know perhaps that your feeling now could enrich your palette of emotions for a dance you build in your mind that others may share. I send you peace and empathy and healing thoughts and the knowledge that this to shall pass - WarLord
Emotions are seldom an either/or, strictly one emotion affair. We feel many things at once. They are all valid. Hope and positivity for the future and grief and sadness for the now often live comfortably (and uncomfortably) together. - Michael W. May
Honest Question: Is Google Glass still a thing? Is it on a slow boil or has that flame kinda dwindled.
I see some being worn in these parts. But I think they're still cooking up what they want it to be. - Stephen Mack
They just started selling them to the general public last week. - Kevin Fox
Physical thing doesn't mean it's a thing. There's been plenty of tech that's gone for public sale that's missed it's time or failed to engage. - Johnny
I was thinking about it before. While I'm not in the market for either device, Google Glass verse a smartwatch, I'd go smartwatch all the time. I get the concept of Glass but I am still in the camp of passive tech. I don't mind looking at my wrist rather than having it always in my peripheral (and intrusive to those I interact with). - Johnny
Until I see someone sporting Glass in the wild here in flyover land I'm going to say NO not a thing. Given that Google choose not to counter program against the big watch announcement I'm going to say on the verge of being "waved" - WarLord
One of the things that's gone wrong with music is people forgetting how good the blues are.
It's where rock 'n roll came from. Pop is a saccharin version of it. We're left with so much watered down emotion and soul. - Cristo
Just listen to Red House by Jimi Hendrix. - Cristo
Listen to Johnny Winters sing "Come Back Baby" be reminded #dabluz - WarLord
Blues merged with Rythm awhile back. It's hard to tell that Blues can be good from that. - Eivind from Android
Roger Daltrey has recently recorded a blues album with Wilko Johnson, and it's freaking awesome. There's still some good blues out there, but yeah, it's hard to get anyone under 40 to appreciate it. - Slippy
Ohh Slippy, thanks for the heads up on this. - Janet
There used to be a fantastic Prince cover of Red House on YouTube, but I can't find it now. (edit: Ah, the videos was better, but I remembered I posted this a while back - Ken Morley
I like the blues, but they always make me feel sad - Glen Campbell
Oh, Glen ... - MoTO: Team Marina
Judging by the flood of words surging across The Intertubz I may be the only Minnesotan who hasn't picked a side in Adrian Peterson "switching" indictment. I never found anything edifying or admirable about corporal punishment I received hence I was never much good dispensing rough justice As with much I experienced in my youth It's a practice b
As with much I experienced in my youth It is perhaps a practice better wreathed in nostalgia then actually used in actual discipline..... - WarLord
Uber Drivers "Strike" — And Switch To Lyft — Over Fares And Conditions -
Uber Drivers "Strike" — And Switch To Lyft — Over Fares And Conditions
Uber and Lyft cannot last and good riddance the sharing economy is a another wall street scam at expense of workers #sweatshopbyanothername - WarLord
Andy Bakun
"so frivolous & asinine…it makes its lackluster predecessors look like Hewlett-Packard & Fairchild Semiconductor" ~
"so frivolous & asinine…it makes its lackluster predecessors look like Hewlett-Packard & Fairchild Semiconductor" ~
Why DOES Silicon Valley so despise working people? - WarLord
Job creation, folks, right here. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Kevin (aka ThreadKilla)
A Watch Guy's Thoughts On The Apple Watch After Seeing It In The Metal (Tons Of Live Photos) — HODINKEE - Wristwatch News, Reviews, & Original Stories -
A Watch Guy's Thoughts On The Apple Watch After Seeing It In The Metal (Tons Of Live Photos) — HODINKEE - Wristwatch News, Reviews, & Original Stories
A Watch Guy's Thoughts On The Apple Watch After Seeing It In The Metal (Tons Of Live Photos) — HODINKEE - Wristwatch News, Reviews, & Original Stories
"Apple got more details right on their watch than the vast majority of Swiss and Asian brands do with similarly priced watches, and those details add up to a really impressive piece of design." - Kevin (aka ThreadKilla) from Bookmarklet
This: "... The Apple Watch is absolutely the best smart watch on the planet. That much I'm sure of. But are we sure that wearable technology is something we really want? In the same way those who publicly wore blue-tooth headsets five years ago and those who wore Google Glass one year ago, will smart watches ever become a thing that people genuinely want? If anyone can make it happen, it's Apple. It's going to take a lot of time, and a lot of test cases when this thing launches next year ..." - WarLord
I think the secret sauce here isn't the watch itself, but the (as yet unproven) ability of the watch to reduce friction in things like payments and IoT integration. - Kevin (aka ThreadKilla)
With genetic testing, I gave my parents the gift of divorce - Vox -
With genetic testing, I gave my parents the gift of divorce - Vox
"At first, I was thinking this is the coolest genetics story, my own personal genetics story. I wasn't particularly upset about it initially, until the rest of the family found out. Their reaction was different. Years of repressed memories and emotions uncorked and resulted in tumultuous times that have torn my nuclear family apart. My parents divorced. No one is talking to my dad. We're not anywhere close to being healed yet and I don't know how long it will take to put the pieces back together. After this discovery was made, I went back to 23andMe and talked to them. I said, "I'm not sure all your customers realize that when they participate in your family finder program, they're participating in what are essentially really advanced paternity tests."" - rönin from Bookmarklet
Person with "Hereditary Inclusion Body Myositis" discussed this very issue at our Reno Conference. Should you test for H-IBM and discover in addition all kinds of "dirty laundry" paternity and more. Or perhaps find in addition Huntington's or.... Be careful the questions that you ask - WarLord
Stephen Mack
POLL: Do you have paper maps in your car?
(Image credit: Vintage 1968 Texaco Paper Road Map of Oregon, on sale for $3 on Etsy: - Stephen Mack
My answer: Nope. Not for at least five years now. - Stephen Mack
Yes - one of WA, one of the US and Canada. - Jennifer Dittrich from FFHound!
Yes, many from all over the place. - Todd Hoff
I still use paper maps. - John (bird whisperer)
yes. I keep one of Michigan roads just in case. I haven't needed it often. But the few times I have, it's been invaluable. - MoTO: Team Marina
Of course. I didn't get a smart phone till a year ago and I much prefer a paper map. - Betsy
Nope - Glen Campbell
Nope. They're under my bed. - Anika
yes. - Lnorigb
Nope. - Louis Gray
Yes. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
For the record my car also has a tape deck. - Steve C Team Marina
probably ones I printed out from Google and neglected to throw away. - Steele Lawman
yes, I keep an atlas of the US in there - ellbeecee
Yes, several. - Anne Bouey from iPhone
Not anymore. I do have an atlas at home for getting a general sense of places I might want to visit. - Amit Patel
I should add, part of the reason I have a couple of paper maps are the couple of times I've been stuck somewhere needing directions when either my phone has died, or there's no service. - Jennifer Dittrich
Yes, mostly for CA, but I have east coast ones at home in the file cabinet. I think there are a few AAA guidebooks in the car, too, come to think of it. - Corinne L
Yes, absolutely, city maps where we drive frequently. CSAA even mails maps (since the nearby office closed). - Walt Crawford
I still have some Hagstrom county books from the 90's, but no car. :P - April Russo
I don't think so. It's entirely possible there are still one or two atlases in the ex-wife's car, though (which used to be mine). - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
I didn't realize it but yes, we do. Joy actually pulled one out of the glove box the other day and began using it! - Jim: with more caffeine!
I have a small Yellow Pages which has a local street directory, and I think we have a Gold Coast map in there somewhere. - Melly - #TeamMarina
Yes. - joey
Yes I do. - Stefano.
Nope. Last time was in 2010. - Kevin Johnson from Android
yes - Tamara J. B.
I did when I had a car. I never used them, but I liked them being there. Before GPS went crazy, I used maps religiously. :) - Jenny H. from Android
Nope. - Yvonne Renee from FFHound!
Yes (only for Rome. but wasn't opened in ages) - Xabaras (G.O.)
At home. GPS in car. - Janet from FFHound!
I've never owned a car. - Eivind
Yes paper maps still rock but then so does Onstar - WarLord
Ken Morley
Zucchini... Zucchini for everybody!
"But we're sick of zucchini dad." - Ken Morley from email
Zucchini noodles? - Corinne L
Ooh, good idea Corinne. These zucchini noodles look fairly delicious! - Ken Morley
I highly recommend checking out She has been obsessed with zucchini noodles this summer (and she also has just a fantastic collection of zucchini recipes in general). She also did a really great zucchini roundup back in July (I've tried about a third of those recipes and they're pretty good) that might give you some extra ideas! - Hookuh Tinypants
bread! grilled or broiled - GRANDMAFORSCARLETT
Grill the zucchini then add to stir fry. Grilled or griddle added to salads - WarLord
Tons of great ideas here thanks Amanda! The Pizza Bites look like a good one for the zucchini that get a little too large... plus zucchini and marinara sauce seem like a delicious combo. :) Grilling or stir-frying in olive oil with onions is my go-to method, but I have everything here for the zucchini alla scapece, so I'm having that for lunch. Thanks Lorenzo! - Ken Morley
Zucchini is one of the things that makes it hard for me to learn how to eat seasonally. I just enjoy it so much during the summer that over winter I can't help but buy all the imported zukes to quell my cravings. - Hookuh Tinypants
I know what you mean. It kills me to pay for zucchini. :) - Ken Morley
Heard from a comedian: my town was so small, we never locked the doors to the house or the car. Except in August. If you didn't lock your car in August, you'd come back to a back seat full of zucchini. - Betsy
^HA HA HA! Ken, I am a fan of this Asian-influenced zucchini noodle dish: - Corinne L
How is your plum wine is coming along Ken??!! :-) - Sepi ⌘ سپی
Sepi, I'll be doing my 2nd racking next weekend and will sample it then. Fingers crossed. :) - Ken Morley
Fingers crossed at this end too :-) - Sepi ⌘ سپی
If the kids are fed up of zucchini, just tell them you've swapped them for courgettes! ;-) - Halil
^ hahaha - Spidra Webster
I can't believe I've never heard the word "courgette" before. - Ken Morley
Andrew C (✔)
RT @lolgop: Would the libertarian movement disband completely if the NSA devoted itself to releasing nude celebrity pics?
There would still be taxes and safety regulations to rail against. - John (bird whisperer)
Legalizing Pot will be death knell of modern Libertarian Party - WarLord
Simply Caroline
I feel so peaceful and happy right now. I'm really lucky. Good night.
Good night soft dreams - WarLord
Thanks - Simply Caroline from iPhone
Sarah G.
Between finding out that Hello Kitty is not a cat and that most IKEA catalog photos are fake, this week has been Hell on my trust issues.
Wait, what's this about the IKEA catalog?? - Andrew C (✔) from Android
Oh Noes next you'll tell me the most interesting man in the world isn't..... - WarLord
Melly - #TeamMarina
A Not-To-Do List for the Chronically Ill | Psychology Today
A Not-To-Do List for the Chronically Ill | Psychology Today
Turn off that awful internal critic with its malicious self talk. Don't say anything to yourself you wouldn't say to a friend or even a stranger - WarLord
#8 is the worst for me. I'm always thinking about what I used to be able to do. - Heather
Me too, Heather. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Cornel West: “He posed as a progressive and turned out to be counterfeit. We ended up with a Wall Street presidency, a drone presidency” via @Salon
No, the thing is he posed as a progressive and turned out to be counterfeit. We ended up with a Wall Street presidency, a drone presidency, a national security presidency. The torturers go free. The Wall Street executives go free. The war crimes in the Middle East, especially now in Gaza, the war criminals go free. And yet, you know, he acted as if he was both a progressive and as if he was concerned about the issues of serious injustice and inequality and it turned out that he’s just another neoliberal centrist with a smile and with a nice rhetorical flair. And that’s a very sad moment in the history of the nation because we are—we’re an empire in decline. Our culture is in increasing decay. Our school systems are in deep trouble. Our political system is dysfunctional. Our leaders are more and more bought off with legalized bribery and normalized corruption in Congress and too much of our civil life. You would think that we needed somebody—a Lincoln-like figure who could revive some democratic spirit and democratic possibility. - WarLord
nd we ended up with a brown-faced Clinton. Another opportunist. Another neoliberal opportunist. It’s like, “Oh, no, don’t tell me that!” I tell you this, because I got hit hard years ago, but everywhere I go now, it’s “Brother West, I see what you were saying. Brother West, you were right. Your language was harsh and it was difficult to take, but you turned out to be absolutely right.”... more... - WarLord
I don't necessarily understand but it looked cool on the back of his coupe... #ijustshootthepictures
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We passed a semi truck yesterday, a giant one, and painted on the side in 5 foot letters was "Jesus Christ is Lord Not a Swear Word." Apparently Jesus doesn't care much for the environment or gas mileage. - Steve C Team Marina
The cross as "timing lights" for a drag race as a metaphor.... umm #notseeingit - WarLord
t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
I just got laid off. Fuck.
Aw, shit. (((t-ra))) - Spidra Webster
(hugs) I'm sorry. - Steve C Team Marina
:( - Todd Hoff
:( - Amit Patel
(((t))) - Julian
Damn. Sorry to hear it. - Jim: with more caffeine!
I'm so sorry. - Jed
Oh, no. :( *huggle* - Alix May
Well hell. - Kirsten
:( - Amir
Oh, crap. I'm so sorry :((( - Jennifer Dittrich
:(((. so sorry to hear that - WarLord
thanks y'all. I'm just... I dunno, kinda shocked really. I knew something was wrong, but didn't want to believe it was that bad. dang. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
Damn. Sorry to hear that. Hope something better works out for you. - SAM
Oh jeez. - Joe
ow. so sorry to hear - MoTO: Team Marina
That sucks. - Steele Lawman
Aw, hell. I'm sorry t-ra. *hugs and hugs* - vicster: full-bodied
Oof, I'm sorry. - Anika
Oh, I'm sorry! - Katy S from iPhone
Oh no. - Marie
Sorry - Rodfather
aw man. sorry to hear that. - holly #ravingfangirl
Damn it. I'm sorry. - Betsy
:( So sorry to hear that. (((t-ra))) - Anne Bouey
:((( *hugs* - Tamara J. B.
I'm sorry. - Eric - Poppa Large
sorry to hear that - Shevonne
:( Sorry to hear - Me
:( I'm sorry, T-Ra. - Stephen Mack
oh wow, you gais! you are so sweet. thanks for all your comments. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
I'm sorry, t-ra. Entirely their loss. - Brent Schaus from FFHound!
I hope this is a only a temporary setback for you. - Mark H
😢 - Steven Perez from Android
crap-o-potamus. - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
Oof. Bummer. Hope things turn around fast. - RepoRat
Sorry, t. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
So. very. Sorry! :( - CarlC
:( That sucks. - rönin
I am sorry - Patrick aka Damexican
Crap. - Meg VMeg from Android
wha??? *HUGS* is there anything we can do to help? - Sir Shuping is just sir
:( - imabonehead from Android
So very sorry :( - Janet from FFHound!
Oh no, sorry to hear that! - Stephan #TeamMarina from iPhone
Oh no! I am sorry to hear this news! - Hedgehog from Android
Shit. I'm sorry, honey. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
I'm so very sorry about this! - Galadriel C. from Android
oh shit (((((t)))) - GRANDMAFORSCARLETT
Thanks again, everyone. Y'all are so good to me. I truly appreciate being part of this community. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
Just saw this. Dammit, dammit, dammit. May the sucky part end soon and lead to something truly awesome. - Corinne L
(╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ Stuff 'em, they don't deserve you - Mo Kargas
Oy. I hope it's because the universe needed to free you up for the effing fantastic plans in store for you soon. - Kristin
*hugs* - Michael W. May from Android
Damn. ((((hugs)))) - J. Marie B
Ugh! I'm so sorry :( - Jen
I hope this turn of events proves to be an opportunity to pursue something new and exciting. I know you will rock, whatever else you do. - Bren
Thank you, boo. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
:-(. I'm so sorry. - Shannon - GlassMistress
Oh, no. :( - Lisa L. Seifert from iPhone
Sorry to hear, let's talk I may have a project that might be interested in. - Eric Logan from FFHound!
oh Fuck! that sucks! - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
How hilarious would it be if my rock n roll good timin lifestyle ended up landing me a new job?
Networking happens everywhere. :) - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
True. So true. I mean, at the very least I have demonstrated absolute loyalty in the face of 'never going to get signed even though we're the best band ever' department. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
Do what you love the money will follow - WarLord
So if there's a drinking beer, going to shows, helping people, and working towards utopia gig out there, I am solid. Also riding bicycles and playing with websites. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
My hatred of people may be a hindrance to a possible career as a publican.
If you can transform it into grumpy disdain, it might still work. - Jennifer Dittrich
Yeah it could become a thing think "soup nazi" - WarLord
There was a bar in the Haight famous for its mean and intolerant bartender. - Kevin (aka ThreadKilla)
Todd Hoff
Water consumption used to be batch, now it's streaming. You would get a bucket of water from the well, to wash your face you would pour water from a pitcher into a bowl, baths were filled bucket by bucket. Now we have a streaming model where it flows continually into hoses, faucets, sinks, baths. Is streaming more wasteful?
It allows people to be more wasteful, certainly. I often witness other women in the women's room who run the water while looking at themselves in the mirror, while rubbing their hands together with soap, while brushing their teeth. They don't only use it when they actually need it. Furthermore, if people had to go to the effort of getting a bucket of water, it would be more precious to... more... - Spidra Webster
Preciousness is a good theme. Streaming makes thing common. - Todd Hoff
OTOH buckets of water encourage overlooking some cleanliness issues in favor of not carrying heating that heavy bucket so #tradeoffs - WarLord
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