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« Reply #1575 on: September 27, 2014, 08:59:49 pm »

My last girlfriend made me gay.. so.. there is that.

I'm not entirely sure that's how it works... but welcome to the club! Cheesy

She worked wonders.. but thanks! I still haven't gotten my blender or my membership card yet.
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« Reply #1576 on: September 27, 2014, 09:35:24 pm »

My last girlfriend made me gay.. so.. there is that.

I'm not entirely sure that's how it works... but welcome to the club! Cheesy

She worked wonders.. but thanks! I still haven't gotten my blender or my membership card yet.

Is there anyone on this forum who isn't gay at this point?
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« Reply #1577 on: September 28, 2014, 07:34:51 am »

My last girlfriend made me gay.. so.. there is that.

I'm not entirely sure that's how it works... but welcome to the club! Cheesy

She worked wonders.. but thanks! I still haven't gotten my blender or my membership card yet.

Is there anyone on this forum who isn't gay at this point?

Maybe the forum made me gay
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« Reply #1578 on: September 28, 2014, 07:56:25 am »

Have you ever hugged a throw pillow? Insta-gay.
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« Reply #1579 on: September 28, 2014, 01:28:08 pm »

...and she has a boyfriend. F**k.
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« Reply #1580 on: September 28, 2014, 01:28:39 pm »


Bill Clinton had a wife.
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« Reply #1581 on: September 29, 2014, 01:52:27 pm »

Decided this morning to quit cigarettes to get ready for a 5K on October 25th. We'll see if this holds up.
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« Reply #1582 on: September 29, 2014, 02:09:32 pm »


The problem was that I didn't want to be Monica.

Anyways, got f**ked over by one of my best friends, and that wound up hurting more than getting my heart broken.
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« Reply #1583 on: September 29, 2014, 02:13:19 pm »


The problem was that I didn't want to be Monica.

Anyways, got f**ked over by one of my best friends, and that wound up hurting more than getting my heart broken.

Really sorry to hear that, mate. Stay strong, life is tough some days, but eventually I hold out the belief that everything will sort itself.
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« Reply #1584 on: September 29, 2014, 02:25:22 pm »

I had a fun weekend. Me and my friend should definitely just pack up, move to Sweden (or Denmark), get on welfare, marry the Icona Pop duo and play kubb for a living. This whole uni semester (although it's my last one... for a short period of time) and other associated horsecrap in my life is wearing me down, and my friend is in an even direr state.
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« Reply #1585 on: September 29, 2014, 02:30:20 pm »


The problem was that I didn't want to be Monica.

Anyways, got f**ked over by one of my best friends, and that wound up hurting more than getting my heart broken.

Really sorry to hear that, mate. Stay strong, life is tough some days, but eventually I hold out the belief that everything will sort itself.

It's not related to my last post. Hell, I'm working on getting over the girl and that's going decently well, but it's gonna take a long f**king time to get over what my friend did to me. I can barely even f**king speak to him.
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« Reply #1586 on: September 29, 2014, 02:49:06 pm »

Decided this morning to quit cigarettes to get ready for a 5K on October 25th. We'll see if this holds up.

Good for you. I'm in the process of quitting for good too. Good luck.
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« Reply #1587 on: September 29, 2014, 04:06:25 pm »

Decided this morning to quit cigarettes to get ready for a 5K on October 25th. We'll see if this holds up.

Good for you. I'm in the process of quitting for good too. Good luck.
Yeah, I think I have to quit...but I don't think I'm going to be able to unless I get with a girl who is disgusted with the habbit.
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« Reply #1588 on: September 29, 2014, 04:21:11 pm »
« Edited: September 29, 2014, 04:26:30 pm by ChairmanSanchez »

The Trial of the d-bag who killed Sanchez's step-uncle saga: day 1.

The trial of the man who killed my mom's step-brother has begun today. He was murdered when I began Freshman year, and now as I start my final year the trial has just begun. I am not pro-death penalty and the killer is not likely up for the sentence, but I wouldn't shed any tears if he did get the needle. And I say that as a person who barely knew the victim or his family (I swear to God, I have relatives who met him once twenty years ago and who are basically only cousins by marriage that are more emotionally involved than I am), but I hope justice is served.

Long story not so short, (I think I posted about this when it happened shortly after I joined the forum), my step-uncle was shot dead during a burglary that he walked in on when he returned home from his son’s baseball game to get his cigarettes. He encountered the two suspects in the house and attacked them with the flag pole on his front porch and trapped them in a bathroom. Apparently, they shot him twice through the door and he was dead before he hit the ground. The defense claims that the killers were two other people who were selling him drugs when the deal went down. A small amount of cocaine was found in his body, though it is believed that it was last used six weeks prior to the killing. The killers fled the scene and were witnessed before and after the shooting by neighbors who thought they were casing the area (we believe that these same two men burglarized several houses-including three neighbors of my grandma’s a few blocks south).

The one killer was in his mid twenties, while his accomplice was only 15 at the time. The 15 year old has been trying to pin the killing on the older man, and may make a deal with the prosecution in order to get a lighter sentence. I sympathize with the kid; he comes from a blighted part of town and was part of a gang initiation. I don’t think his life should be ruined because of this, though the older man (and the man who they believed fired the gun) should rot in prison to his last dying day.

The prosecution seems fairly strong, though the sketch artists failed to get a decent image of the man. Also, the gun has never been recovered and neither suspect’s fingerprints were found on the scene. While that looks promising for the defense, the defendants alibi has been disproven as he claimed to have been in Ft. Lauderdale when a gas station across the town (the same gas station near my other relatives house that I frequent when in Vero by the way) as security camera footage proving that the two suspects were indeed together and in town on the night of the murder. I’ll continue to provide updates on the trial as it progresses, and I might go up on Friday to personally witness the trial out of morbid curiosity.

Edit: Also, the victim’s wife took the stand. She has always hated my grandmother (her step-mother-in law) and my other Aunt who lives up there. She once kicked my uncle out for making a semi racist joke in the house since she is the ultimate stereotype of a wealthy white SJW. She played the emotion card well, and has been from the start. In fact, her two children’s college trust funds are overflowing with money and she milked her way into getting their house out of foreclosure (even though it was their fault for buying such an expensive house to begin with), so this isn’t a surprise. I’d like to request that this stays off of Facebook for now, even though I am not connected with anyone remotely related to the tragedy on there.
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« Reply #1589 on: September 29, 2014, 05:05:08 pm »

I just got push polled!

First I was asked some mundane questions about myself, my interest level in the upcoming elections, and my approval rating (1-100 scale) on the following people:  Cliven Bundy, Rush Limbaugh, the Tea Party, Lucy Flores, Sharron Angle, Barack Obama, Brian Sandoval, Robert Goodman, Harry Reid and Mark Hutchison.

Then she read out a cheesy positive statement about Lucy Flores, and asked if I found that a 'convincing' influence on my decision to vote.  That was followed by a blistering attack statement on 'Tea Partier' Mark Hutchison, with the same question asked afterwards.

Then there was a series of about ten statements, all pro-Democrat and anti-Republican, each time asking me if they were 'convincing' or not.
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« Reply #1590 on: September 29, 2014, 10:28:47 pm »

Decided this morning to quit cigarettes to get ready for a 5K on October 25th. We'll see if this holds up.

Good for you. I'm in the process of quitting for good too. Good luck.
Yeah, I think I have to quit...but I don't think I'm going to be able to unless I get with a girl who is disgusted with the habbit.

Well, I f#cked up. Had a sh#tty day today (not by objective standards, but I'd been feeling like crap since about 2 PM) and bummed a cig off someone after a longass meeting about thirty minutes ago. Tomorrow is a new day, however, and not one with a meeting at 10 PM. Hopefully I can actually do this, but on this damned campus, there are always a few good sources for cigarettes. I was pretty good about resisting all day, but watching the other guy get rid of at least two during the course of such an awful meeting helped set me over the edge.
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« Reply #1591 on: September 29, 2014, 10:41:37 pm »

I thought pretty much all college campuses were smoke-free at this point.
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« Reply #1592 on: September 29, 2014, 11:10:04 pm »

I thought pretty much all college campuses were smoke-free at this point.
The no smoking signs at every college I've visited has been next to tree pots overflowing with cigarette butts. It's almost a cliche.
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« Reply #1593 on: September 30, 2014, 12:10:43 am »

I thought pretty much all college campuses were smoke-free at this point.

Being "smoke-free" at U of D started literally a week ago and I've seen next to no enforcement.
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« Reply #1594 on: September 30, 2014, 06:25:38 am »

Decided this morning to quit cigarettes to get ready for a 5K on October 25th. We'll see if this holds up.

Good for you. I'm in the process of quitting for good too. Good luck.

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« Reply #1595 on: September 30, 2014, 05:42:48 pm »

The Trial of the d-bag who killed Sanchez's step-uncle saga: day 2.

So, today the accomplice of the man charged with killing my motherís step-brother sold him down the river, as was expected. First, they showed evidence of the burglary that occurred before the killing. Again, no fingerprints have linked the suspects, but a footprint on the window (?!) fit the shoes of the suspect. As his alibi was deconstructed yesterday, we know that he was definitely in the house at some point. There is apparently no way to prove how long they have been there. The prosecution claims that the lack of finger prints is due to the presence of gloves, but wouldnít gloves leave a residue? My hunch until today was that the victim (weíll call him Bill for simplicities sake) let them in the house voluntarily to purchase drugs. After all, he did have trace amounts of it in his body. Todayís events disproved that entirely. Most relatives left the room when they began showing crime scene photos.

Later, the flag that Bill used to attack the burglars with was presented. It was splattered with blood and was found within the house. The ballistics theories are bizarre; I canít tell what happened, but it appears that the prosecution now doubts that the killer fired from inside the bathroom as the door was slightly ajar and they were believed to have fled through the bathroom window, not the house itself. Apparently due to gunshot residue on the back of his arm, Bill had his arm raised and that some of the powder flew out of the bullet on impact. This seems to indicate that he was holding the door of the bathroom in, IMO. BTW, reading the minute by minute tealeaves from the local newspaper has been entertaining. Iím enjoying this mock jury thing Iím doing here, as sad as it all was.

Various neighbors give the same circumstantial stories; two black men in hoodies on a hot day prowling the neighborhood. Points towards the defendant, but it could be anyone. Around 2:30, the defendantís alleged accomplice agreed to testify against him. He said they were fixing to rob some homes in the area, stole some bicycles from three streets down, and rode around looking for a unidentified house that they knew had a safe in. They saw Bill leaving his house, and entered shortly after they were sure he was gone for the evening. While the accomplice went out back, he heard noise and entered the house through the back window again to find the defendant barricading the door to the bathroom. Apparently Bill had returned home and found him. They fled on bikes with a bag of jewelry and a phone and took a motorcycle that had stashed under the nearby bridge all the way down to Fort Lauderdale (thatís a long drive on a motorcycle just to pawn some jewelry). The accomplice testified that in the days following the attack they searched the area but couldnít recover the gun.

Looking forward to seeing how tomorrow progresses. As I said before, I donít really have any emotional involvement but none the less the trial fascinates me and I look forward to seeing how it progresses. Itís a really interesting process.
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« Reply #1596 on: September 30, 2014, 10:16:57 pm »

So I was standing in a rather large line at my local Wal-Mart today behind a couple families that I know from when I went to church with my family in year younger. It was the only register open so there wasn't much of another option to get my 12 pack of Mountain Dew for a party I was heading to. I was wondering why the line was going nowhere when I decided to poke my head up front to see what the holdup was. It was a little old lady who didn't have enough for her groceries and she was trying to talk the cashier into letting her get away with being short. This struck me as odd until I found out she was a mere $0.21 short of her purchase. Now all these families were just staring and there was even two making fun of her. I walked up and handed my soda to the cashier, handed him a $5 and told her to keep the change. One of the middle aged women (I knew these people, so I also knew that they all make over 6 digits) grabbed her kid and yelled very loudly, "See that man? He's acting just like Jesus wants us to." For some reason this set me off, so I turned around. I haven't shaved in awhile so I'm rocking some nice scruff, a Slayer shirt, and gym shorts, so it must have been a nice sight. Very loudly, I said "Like Jesus? Ma'am I'm an atheist who makes minimum wage and I was the one who stepped up to help her? Your hypocritical Christianity is an inspiration to us all." As I stormed out, a couple of the cart boys started to whistle and cheer, soon shoppers joined in and even the cashier. I gave a wave and went off with a feeling of accomplishment.
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« Reply #1597 on: September 30, 2014, 10:18:41 pm »

So I was standing in a rather large line at my local Wal-Mart today behind a couple families that I know from when I went to church with my family in year younger. It was the only register open so there wasn't much of another option to get my 12 pack of Mountain Dew for a party I was heading to. I was wondering why the line was going nowhere when I decided to poke my head up front to see what the holdup was. It was a little old lady who didn't have enough for her groceries and she was trying to talk the cashier into letting her get away with being short. This struck me as odd until I found out she was a mere $0.21 short of her purchase. Now all these families were just staring and there was even two making fun of her. I walked up and handed my soda to the cashier, handed him a $5 and told her to keep the change. One of the middle aged women (I knew these people, so I also knew that they all make over 6 digits) grabbed her kid and yelled very loudly, "See that man? He's acting just like Jesus wants us to." For some reason this set me off, so I turned around. I haven't shaved in awhile so I'm rocking some nice scruff, a Slayer shirt, and gym shorts, so it must have been a nice sight. Very loudly, I said "Like Jesus? Ma'am I'm an atheist who makes minimum wage and I was the one who stepped up to help her? Your hypocritical Christianity is an inspiration to us all." As I stormed out, a couple of the cart boys started to whistle and cheer, soon shoppers joined in and even the cashier. I gave a wave and went off with a feeling of accomplishment.

Well done, FF. 
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« Reply #1598 on: October 01, 2014, 12:42:04 am »
« Edited: October 01, 2014, 01:25:20 am by Northeast Assemblyman Sawx for Governor »

Still a wreck. For some strange reason during the day I'm completely fine but at night I basically fall into a 20RP12-esque depression so that sucks
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« Reply #1599 on: October 01, 2014, 12:58:39 am »

Well, I've made a couple of acquisitions on the hobby front, nothing too radical Wink



(sorry for the wrinkled sheet for a backdrop, had to hide some 'illegal' activities from prying eyes)
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