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    She must have run into another guy better looking than you afterwards and erased you from her memory. That's how it works.


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    black people and other people with "kinky hair" be happy that you don't suffer from an ugly scraggly crotch that straight-hair people have. it hurts because the individual hair strands get pulled when you run for the hills. your crotch probably hurts less than mine too and it looks like a nice field of small bushes in a savannah after you shave it. mine? it looks like a mindfuck no matter how much i groom it. and it hurts when the sharp, pointy straight-hairs become ingrown hairs after i shave my balls for a girlfriend

    maybe I should grow my pubic hair and tie it with a soft pink bow or something as a 'surprise'

    and i thought now it was mostly black girls pressuring other black girls to straighten their hair, not white people who explicitly tell a black person to morph into a caucasian.

    i honestly dont think anyone's trying to look like a different race when they try to get something that other races usually have
    a black chick who straightens her hair wants to look like a black chick with straight hair, not a white chick (hopefully)
    and white people arent the only ones with straight hair because kinky hair (the spongy kind) is almost unique to africans. no other races have it to that much kinkiness. so yea i understand why black people would feel that straight hair is the 'norm' when everyone else has straight hairs. but if i was black and had kinky hair i'd be fucking proud because only africans have it

    i can go on FOREVER about how people of difference races want something they usually dont have (USUALLY). all races are guilty of it.

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    .... That was odd.

    My rant: girls are fucking weird. Met a girl last week, she came on to me not the other way around, she was quite flirtatious, we exchanged contact info, I sent her an email - she never responded. Ran into her again today, she was friendly but not as flirty, I asked her if she got my email to which her reply was an awkward "um... yeaah" like she was weirded out by it. My email was really standard, nice to meet you, etc. Whatever. Someday I'll possess the power of insight to be able to realize what I actually did to make her feel uncomfortable.
    thats not strange at all. i think when she's just starting to know you of course she's going to be nice and flirtatious. if you sent her an email and she never talks about it, dont mention the email until she mentions it first. maybe she didnt know what to say to the email, maybe she forgot to reply. give her room to respond on her own terms without you asking, asking her if she got the email when she didn't reply.... kind of puts her on spot so shes gonna feel trapped and awkward and a bit guilty

    this isnt advice though its just a guess lol. im pulling things out of my ass i am just trying to see from my own perspective if i was a girl in that position
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    Stragan: Race doesn't exist. Everyone is equal. Everyone is free to pursue their dreams. Everyone is different yet we are all the same. Everyone is an individual and has individual tastes. We are undivided. We are legion. We will get whatever hair we want.


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    So, if you had to fight a bear, which UNARMED martial art would work best?

    And, which techniques would be the most useful against a bear?

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    I'm pretty sure you'd have to choke a bear out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manlybrian View Post
    I'm pretty sure you'd have to choke a bear out.
    My concern is that the bear would have a rather thick neck-- lots of fur, fat and muscle-- think it would be hard to get an elbow under its "chin" so that you could use your forearm to compress its carotid artery in the classic fashion.

    Plus, standard defense, for a human, against a choke hold is to grab the forearm like a steering wheel and turn/lever the arm over top your head.

    Assuming you could get your arm around the bear's neck, it would probably counter by just shredding the crap out of your arm with its claws.

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    Ugh. I killed my car. Somehow I unwittingly put oil in my transmission.

    What a week.

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    And, which techniques would be the most useful against a bear?
    Stop hits if you're hardcore to the second power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamber Parrk View Post
    So, if you had to fight a bear, which UNARMED martial art would work best?
    But I have a right to arms against bears. If we didn't have that right, bears would take over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by s.ketch View Post
    But I have a right to arms against bears. If we didn't have that right, bears would take over.
    Now, now, that is not nice!
    I, as a true pacifist, say "Stop, drop, and roll".

    Oh, and "Scream".
    Don`t forget to scream!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamber Parrk View Post
    My concern is that the bear would have a rather thick neck-- lots of fur, fat and muscle-- think it would be hard to get an elbow under its "chin" so that you could use your forearm to compress its carotid artery in the classic fashion.

    Plus, standard defense, for a human, against a choke hold is to grab the forearm like a steering wheel and turn/lever the arm over top your head.

    Assuming you could get your arm around the bear's neck, it would probably counter by just shredding the crap out of your arm with its claws.
    I guess you could always just...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PxelSlayer View Post
    Now, now, that is not nice!
    I, as a true pacifist, say "Stop, drop, and roll".

    Oh, and "Scream".
    Don`t forget to scream!
    lol

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    Oh my god i havenít seen that show in years

    It would take me seven days with no sleep to watch them all

    I have many other things to do, Iíll draw

    Ok, one episode

    Two weeks later

    Shit
    Nothing Of Interest......Yet

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    I am bored. And I am tired of bugs being so stupid. Especially the ones that fly and make a lot of noise, namely various black and yellow ones and blowflies. Why the fuck are they able to find the smallest crack in my window to get in but when I open the entire thing they still only manage to bang against the glass. Why am I ranting about this? Just some 20 minutes ago a hornet or alike flew in and went totally nutters. Banged itself relentlessly against the ceiling and walls, fell down and repeated again. Then fell on me and stinged me even though I was perfectly still. My wrist hurts more than I would've imagined it to and is swelling up pretty nicely. I am typing this from on the stairs of my apartment building in a nightgown too scared to go inside.

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    I miss the cicadas. I love those things.

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    My mind has been blown today.

    First I learn that the character John Munch (who's always been played by Richard Belzer) has crossed over with THE X-FILES. No no, not Richard Belzer played a character in an X-Files episode, THE CHARACTER JOHN MUNCH HAS TEAMED UP WITH MULDER AND SCULLY! HOLY SHIT!

    It's the 5th season episode "Unusual Suspects".

    Also this:



    Too bad Ice T isn't there. Nice in-joke referring to Stabler by his actor's name.

    Yeah, I'm a bit of a Law and Order fan.
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