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Posted on 01-12-12 03:57 PM, in I'd just like to point out, objectively, tildes are sweet~ Link | ID: 2655
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~

"~" merely expresses the lingering afterthought which can never be "punctuated", much like "..." or other impoverished styntextual mannerisms~

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Posted on 01-15-12 09:20 AM, in Pets! Link | ID: 2936
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cats doing stuffs
cats seeing other cats
cats cats cats

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Posted on 01-16-12 09:16 AM, in Favorite thing about your apartment/house/cardboard box (rev. 2 of 01-16-12 09:17 AM by flan) Link | ID: 3045
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the bouganvalia, the rays of light which hang in the air of a lazy afternoon, a loft where I can shut out the world and a sliver of the ocean which looks tremendous at sunrise/sunset. the beach is pretty at full moon, the bioluminescent tides and the inviting new moon.

gardenia and freesia to bloom in the coming season, fresh-cut tuberoses and delicious produce and pastries every week, the pomegranate/lime/fig trees and the ocean-side bike roads which go on for miles and the local coffee shop with their blueberry muffins and delicious quiche and pies

plus i dont have to pay for it

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Posted on 01-16-12 09:43 AM, in Autism and other mental disorders Link | ID: 3046
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Posted by Mesia
Posted by GreyMaria
I personally believe that a large portion of "diagnosed" mental disorders are in fact faked.

And honestly, how hard WOULD it be to fake any number of mental disorders? I have a relative who's done just that.


There are several people in my family that have mental disorders (including my mother), and I can assure you--it's not about fake or real, it's whether that person chooses to be functioning or non-functioning. My mother is functioning, but if she stops taking her medicine for a day... holy shit. Two of my cousins are bipolar. One has a wife and a job, the other doesn't do anything but sit at home all day because his parents have money. No ambition whatsoever. Of course the severity of the illness has an influence, but a lot of it comes down to strength of will.

One might say the financial crises, unemployment, foreclosures et al are also a lack of bootstraps. If inner-city kids just had strength of will they wouldn't be stuck in poverty (or jails) for generation upon generation.

Resources and support for mental disorders aren't really a given outside of a rapidly-diminishing middle class, and I've encountered lots of (state) psychiatrists and psychologists who'll make a diagnosis without even trying to communicate with me, saying that "my gestures and posture" are sufficient to make a diagnosis. There's obviously a huge class factor not to mention that the proper medications can be inaccessible--incidentally when you're on welfare you might notice that trendy branded drugs are subsidized and time-tested (and often much less harmful) generics are not, but still cost too much to afford out of pocket.

As for me, I've gone through ptsd diagnoses to major depressive to a more helpful psychiatrist who really helped with fatigue concentration and anxiety issues in conjunction with an underlying neurological disorder.

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Posted on 01-18-12 04:35 AM, in What'd you eat? Link | ID: 3311
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i ate at beef curry lemonade and a flambee banana a Vietnamese place

they wouldn't serve me rummed lemonade

and I had brioche for breakfast

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Posted on 01-21-12 08:56 AM, in What do you sound like? Link | ID: 3608
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http://www.mediafire.com/?mfor48udw6mm150
a short excerpt from "a nursery tale"

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Posted on 01-21-12 11:56 AM, in Handwriting thread Link | ID: 3610
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Posted on 01-22-12 01:57 AM, in I feel so uncultured Link | ID: 3658
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all of this culture--and yet i am so utterly hollow
have pacified many 2hu--yet i will never graze a single bullet

OTL

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Posted on 01-22-12 07:00 AM, in Handwriting thread Link | ID: 3664
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Posted by Stark
There's no longer any such thing as fiction or non-fiction; there's only narrative. (Is there even narrative?)

Genie in a... You lost me

Flan your handwriting is the worst yet.

EDIT: Genie in a minimum security prison~

I got this.

Close: "Genre is a minimum security prison" --David Shields, Reality Hunger

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Posted on 01-22-12 07:58 AM, in What'd you eat? Link | ID: 3669
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yesterday i went to the waters and got a yellow rice pilaf mac and cheese blackberry yogurt and a green tea. i was completely exhausted and it was absolutely delicious and perfectly done. the girls who work there are infinitely nice and the ambiance is wonderful so I go there a lot. it's a few meters from the beach and a really nice smoothie place/cafe and a delicious restaurant which primarily uses locally-sourced ingredients.

there was a cute boy working there who goes to the same high school I went to, and he works there full time and does competitive swimming and is taking a pretty heavy course load..kids these days are amazing--anyways i almost passed out in the store so he helped me get back home safely.

people are so nice.

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Posted on 01-22-12 08:22 AM, in Joint pains (rev. 3 of 01-22-12 08:24 AM by flan) Link | ID: 3670
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Posted by Kiyoshi
If it gets painful, you should take a painkiller anyway. Use paracetamol (Tylenol, Panadol etc.) which is cheap and safe.


I resist pain killers naturally for some reason. Doubling up gets expensive in the long run. :/

there are a bunch of novel painkillers and sometimes you just have to go through the rigmarole of trying out every narcotic on the market--it is a tiring ordeal but i wish you the best. Usually I think you start out with vicodin but vicuprofen usually works better for joint pain in my experience. If you can afford it, pregabalin seems to work quite well, especially in conjunction with other medications (i've heard it works excellently with aleve). Otherwise is a steroid injection or some sort of pain-deadening nerve blockade been suggested or is it applicable? Tramadol is the norm these days for moderate~severe pain as it's not in the chemical class of opiates--it is quite an odd drug but it works well for some people. Tapentadol is like super-tramadol but my doctor is wary of it since it is scheduled and has an opiate component apparently--even though I already take morphine. Well he's not a bad guy, and I can understand his restraint.

If the pain is really bad, you'll probably need some opiates proper like oxycodone or morphine--or maybe just a dilaudid iv once in a blue moon if the pain is intolerable.

This isn't quite just joint pain but I have chronic neck pain along with a central nerve disorder which is sort of painful all the time. My quality of life is definitely by the grace of opium and modern medicine.

e1: alternative solution: 420 smoke weed erryday
e2: hilarious side comment but my anesthesiologist studies thc and suggested marijuana (well, synthetic thc specifically) himself

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Posted on 01-22-12 08:50 AM, in Obesity Link | ID: 3671
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Posted by Haz
Not fat at all, just came in this thread to brag about being young and having a high metabolism. Skinny as fuck.

I used to think this but even though I'm less than 120lbs now, I guess I might be a bit flabby in some places. Mostly the lack of upper body exercise has been causing me a lot of problems so being too skinny can be shit too.

i can't grasp eating as a necessity, although stuff like cycling and olympic lifting is compelling enough to make me want to go outside--but if I think about it you don't really need a lifting cage/bench for olympic events do you, and you can do pullups on rafters. I sort of like going to the Y, and taking the bus, and biking around town, so I think I'll continue with things as normal. I think I inherited a analog canon rebel dslr so I'd like to take some pictures to post around here! In the 10 or so years I've lived off the coast, I've always felt ambivalent and barely went to the beach or felt the ocean breeze. I missed out on adolescence because of my disability so I guess I just want to live--and get botox and look p moe. I'm conflicted because eye shadows are sort of neat but the forehead lines from stress have to go, no question.

The biking and powerlifting (and potentially yoga) are all to help me with my aerobics since I want to be a gymnast.

quote="Haz" id="3570"]
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Posted by Haz
Not fat at all, just came in this thread to brag about being young and having a high metabolism. Skinny as fuck.
This may change a lot by the time you are nearing your thirties.
I'll be dead by then.

can we do a double suicide together haz

i'm not sure i want to live more than 8 years more

let's do this great gatsby style, with no expense spared.

Posted by Stark
Posted by valcion
I try to work out.

keyword try.

but other than that i try to avoid drinking so much soda. i'll have one if i go out to eat with friends or something like that but other than that? nope


Freaking, you're tiny! Unless something really weird happened since I saw you :(

I used to be overweight, and now I'm healthy and active.

measurements/exercise regime please~

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Posted on 01-24-12 12:51 PM, in Anime alphabet Link | ID: 3817
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E for eternal family

F for fuujin monogatari

G for grave of the fireflies

H for haibane renmei

I for Ichi the Killer: Episode Zero

J for jojos bizarre adventure

K for kodomo no jikan

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Posted on 01-24-12 11:35 PM, in Anime alphabet Link | ID: 3851
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O for ocean waves
Image hosted by uppix.net

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Posted on 01-25-12 05:05 AM, in What's on your mind? Link | ID: 3880
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fractaleline is so awesome...how can they be so awesome

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Posted on 01-25-12 05:06 AM, in what did you catch so far? Link | ID: 3881
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i caught a cold

i didn't even click on anything

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Posted on 02-09-12 10:26 AM, in What's on your mind? Link | ID: 6063
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i wonder what blacky is doing right now

if he gets nice graduate housing here i could cook and make sure he doesn't eat cup ramen all the time

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Posted on 02-12-12 10:30 AM, in Wikis other than Wikipedia (and sisters) (rev. 3 of 02-12-12 10:48 AM by flan) Link | ID: 6319
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http://www.ncatlab.org/nlab/show/HomePage

This is a wiki-lab for collaborative work on Mathematics, Physics and Philosophy — especially from the n-point of view: insofar as these subjects are usefully treated with tools and notions of category theory or higher category theory.

it is a site for transcendent theorists

sample page on maxwell's equations

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Posted on 02-14-12 11:06 AM, in Those little pleasures in life Link | ID: 6424
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Posted by Mega-Mario
More generally I like feeling warm and fuzzy. I'm the kind who doesn't like cold.

I too am fond of opiates. They make life bearable.
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