Whats on your mind?

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    Originally posted by Fountain
    Its hard and it hurts, but people always survive.
    or put a gun in their mouth and pull the trigger to be with Lucifer....

    some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com

    there are two cardinal sins from which all others spring: Impatience and Laziness. - franz kafka

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    Originally posted by Fountain
    Cannot possibly show a design unless I know what you mean by 'stupid' people. If you mean 'stupid' as in somebody thinks they can build a car out of people, then you qualify for a response.

    Besides, if you knew what fuel costs in UK, you would post less tat. Read the thread! Are you really sure that this is on your mind, ie has been bugging you for days?
    I'm talking about those annoying people, like the ones that mess up your order at McDonalds and give you the wrong change, and the ones that ask if hurricanes can form over Lake Michigan after having lived in Michigan their entire life. (the answer is "of course not). I was thinking we could burn them for fuel Aaaaannnd... I came up with this idea while being obnoxious late last night. It isn't serious So... ideas?
    Away.

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    And for those that need it...
    http://www.eff.org/IP/P2P/riaasubpoenas/
    Find out if the RIAA is going to be suing you in the near future.
    Away.

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    you basically summed it up fountain.

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    I bought 4 cds tonight; I'm happy about that.

    Radiohead - Hail to the Thief
    The Promise Ring - Very Emergency
    Jets to Brazil - Perfecting Loneliness
    Bright Eyes - Lifted Or The Story Is In The Soil, Keep Your Ear To The Ground

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    Is there anywhere to dload a zip of whole albums? Looking for nicklebacks newest.

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    I highly doubt it since zip files don't decrease mp3 file size.

    Here is a crazy thought, go buy the album.

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    >Come on, there must be something on your mind!
    I have to get up extra early tomorrow to make my Aikido class at 6am. I really hate getting up early, but I really love Aikido...what a quandary. My chess game with myself is going well, so far black has control of a greater percentage of the board, but white has a distinct advantage in that no piece is unprotected and black has no viable attack strategies. I anticipate victory on the side of white, but the fact that black knows what white is going to do makes an assured victory more difficult. I suppose I should get some sleep to prepare for the long day tomorrow, but I've got a few administration duties to handle on my box and email/forums to take care of. What a bother.
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    I can only imagine the fiery competition your chess game must have playing against yourself. Actually your game does sound fun. I would play a game, probably online, but I have hw to do.

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    >I can only imagine the fiery competition your chess game must have playing against yourself.
    It can get intense sometimes. Why just today white gave black a dirty look after an exceptionally good move from black and nearly got his ass kicked. The current situation is like so (white's turn):
    Code:
          BR EE EE BQ BK EE EE BR
          BP BP BP EE EE EE BP BP
          EE EE BN EE BB BP EE EE
          EE EE EE WP EE EE EE EE
          WP BB EE BN EE EE EE WP
          WR EE WN EE EE EE WP EE
          EE WP WP EE EE WP WB EE
    Qside EE EE WB WQ WR EE WK EE Kside
    EE - Empty
    W - White
    B - Black

    R - Rook
    N - Knight
    B - Bishop
    K - King
    Q - Queen
    P - Pawn
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    my work sucks. desperately want to get out of this mess. Am trying a lot in other companies. Failure irritates me a lot !

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    Lets see... whats on my mind.

    One of the universities I am looking at applying to refuses to respond to my e-mails. Though I've been told that almost no one here can contact them (for some odd reason), I wrote them another e-mail today.

    Lots of work... too many bloody papers to write!
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    Originally posted by Zach L.
    One of the universities I am looking at applying to refuses to respond to my e-mails. Though I've been told that almost no one here can contact them (for some odd reason), I wrote them another e-mail today.
    use a catchy subject line; I would use some thing like:

    1. I have scanned your network and here is the problem....
    or
    2. Teen XXX - cum and see it fur your self big boy/girl

    some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com

    there are two cardinal sins from which all others spring: Impatience and Laziness. - franz kafka

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    I got some stupid projects to do...both from the same class-- health...WTH am I in this class!? Anyone got any resources on violence in society/road rage?

    Besides that I am starting to get into game programming...so far I'm dealing with windows programming like resources, GDI text, etc...oh and marching band and golf...arg when does it stop!
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    I’d like to share with you what’s on my mind, I hate the idiots that work for Halton Council, the very same idiots responsible for a ridiculous journey to work I was forced to endure, a trip that should take 45 minutes took 3 hours, why? I here you ask (or maybe not but stick with it) because following the overnight roadworks on the Runcorn-Widnes Bridge, some clown FORGOT to take away the traffic cones. Leaving a 5 mile radius from the bridge gridlocked. What makes this even worse, I don’t cross the bridge my work is just by there.
    Do you think if I tell Dubya that’s were Saddam is hiding he might bomb the sh1t out of them for me.

    PS: The above refers to the aforementioned bridge across the Mersey at Runcorn and Widnes. Neither of which are particularly nice places, so no-one would miss them. This would cause a minor rewrite of the “joke”
    Two blokes in a pub,
    one says “how’d it go with that bird?”
    his mate replies “she said to me, kiss me were it smells”
    “so what did you do?”
    “I took her to Widnes”

    TTFN
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