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    "Man, you come right out of a comic book."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feryk View Post
    ...He will train for awhile with Colin in the back of his mind and the question of 'How did he DO that?' in his head...
    If i ever see him again, and he actually asks me, I'll tell him it was telekinesis - and I'll offer to train him for 50 dollars an hour.

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    "Have you ever been afraid for your life?"

    "No, but you should be right about now." ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin View Post
    *after reading threads*

    Before, I felt bad for hurting him.
    Now, I feel vindicated!
    This would be the correct response.

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    "Have you ever been afraid for your life?"

    "Yes, I've got cancer.

    I just don't know what I'm going to do.

    My wife's MS means she'll never be able to take care of the kids on her own, especially with little Johnny's behavioural problems.

    She still thinks she'll be ok, but I just haven't been able to tell her I cancelled my life insurance to get the boiler repaired, and since work stopped giving bonuses I was never able to start the payments again. I mean relying on that **** as the only thread holding the poor woman together.

    I cry. Man, I cry a lot. But I have to do it out the back or while she is sleeping... I just can't put any more pressure on her.

    I was supposed to be the one looking out for her. I was the strong one. Now it's all I can do to look at the poor woman. Sometimes I think the kindest thing would be to get us all in the car and just drive it into a river...

    Look at me being rude, leaving you out there on the porch. Come in, come in, I can't tell you how good it is just to let some of this out... sorry, I'm crying again...

    It's only through Jesus that I am managing at all. He's great isn't he, Jesus..."
    Last edited by Ignorami; 4/13/2011 10:30am at . Reason: punch-line was lacking


    When life gives you lemons... BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD!!

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    "To be defeated by your enemies, to be driven by them from the field of battle, and to hear the lamentations of your women." ermghoti

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    You must have a crush on Ignorami, don't you? Go do some pushups or something.

    Ugh... pushups..

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    I figure the guy still lives with his mom or something,
    Nobody in his right mind goes to a door saying: Have you ever been afraid of your life.
    Only a mother or imagingary friend would say: Thats a great idea.

    i think the guy will get a lot more blunt objects to the head if he goes on this way.

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    "Have you ever been afraid for your life?"

    "Of course. Humans are unique in our capacity for counterfactual and future-grounded cognition, but this same advanced ability that provides so many adaptive advantages brings with it an awareness of inevitable mortality. The human condition is paradoxically a state of being thrown into an existence that we cannot fully comprehend and did not choose, but nevertheless cannot escape the fact of our freedom and responsibility. The paradoxical nature of human existence, and our desire for life in the face of inevitable death, create a profound anxiety against which we must buffer ourselves. The very fact that I attempt to construct a life that has meaning and value is grounded in a reaction to the terror of nonexistence."

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    Did you invite him to your Akido breakfalling class?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregaquaman View Post
    This is why you should always have hash cookies to offer.
    It is only polite.
    Why reward his ridiculousness with a good time?

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