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    Quote Originally Posted by GlowBear View Post
    That's really...depressing. You'd survive Opium =/
    Dang, for someone who spends so much time on an Internet forum, you rag on a different kind of Internet forum for lot.

    I like Facebook for its chat feature now, if nothing else I use it to easily communicate with people like my relatives in Macedonia, or some of the Internet friends I practice Spanish with.

    I'd certainly miss it if it were gone, even if the actual status/time line is shit now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatsby View Post
    Dang, for someone who spends so much time on an Internet forum, you rag on a different kind of Internet forum for lot.
    And?

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    Well balls. Not angry as such but decided to play a blu-ray in my replacement PS3 slim tonight (the old glossy brick gave up the ghost a while ago), when it's got a disc running it gives off an electronic buzz that irritates my ears. So yeah, balls.

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    Venting anger

    Is it the super slim? 'Cause mine doesn't seem too loud—or, at least, loud enough to be annoying.

    And Facebook is really invaluable for three things: organising events, chatting, and relationship statuses. The minute-to-minute postings of peoples' lives I can live without, but those three features are really useful. The site is just awful, though, Jesus. It must have money poured into it, and yet it consistently gets worse.

    On topic: circumstances have scuppered the last two attempts I've made to meet up with a friend, whom I probably won't see again for at least two months. I know he's not avoiding me, but it sure feels like it.

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    Yeah, Facebook chat is dope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brightside View Post
    Is it the super slim? 'Cause mine doesn't seem too loud—or, at least, loud enough to be annoying.
    Yeah it's that model. The drive's normal sounds are fairly quiet and what I'm hearing is hard to describe, sadly my ears are sensitive to it if an electronic device gives off that faint constant hum or buzz, this PS3 with a disc in is hitting a frequency that just plays havoc with my ears.

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    Hmm, I haven't really noticed it, but I do wear headphones. Plus, I've only played The Last of Us, and it doesn't seem to spin the disc that often.

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    Job hunting is so goddamned stressful. My degree doesn't really do anything for me other than say that I have a degree, and my skillset isn't all that spectacular. Why can't there just be a job that involves reading and talking about games (but not writing because I suck at writing), playing games, and watching porn. I would ROCK at that job.

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    Job hunting is also depressing

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    I'll put this here, even though I'm not angry or anything, just a bit perplexed. This isn't a religious debate post, so I wouldn't bother doing yo thang.

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    When I tell you I'm Catholic and you're cool with it, why is it that you're suddenly shocked when you find out I believe God created us. Where did you see a disconnection? Why are you so shocked? What on earth did you think "being a catholic meant"? Are people so unaware that there's a large population of earth that are of faith, not just political religious affiliation.
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    When I tell you I'm Catholic and you're cool with it, why is it that you're suddenly shocked when you find out I believe God created us.
    Huh. Seems like a pretty logical connection to draw.

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    Apparently not. It's happened quite a few times. It confuddles me.

    And the most common thing that people say is "why". Because is the answer, simply because, I am and will be.

    We go to our graves with unanswered question, about so many aspects of life. You not having an explanation that is in accordance with your personal methods of accepting what constitutes as a 'fact', will eat away at you and no one else.

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    Understandable. Also:
    But seriously I have to worry that someone I'm dating might do what was done before and dump me just because I of my personal faith.
    I don't have a problem with believers (no matter what religion), I consider myself agnostic, but thing is: you never seemed like a person to me that shoves the own believes down someone else's throat. So I would spontaneously believe you don't do that in real life either. So... I don't understand why anybody would have a problem with that, unless it's some kinda of hardcore atheist fedora wearing cliché idiot. *shrugs* Sure, when my girlfriend would try and drag my ass to church every sunday or something like that, it would become problematic. But as I said, you never striked me as that kind of person. So yeah, it's cool.

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    I don't do that and thanks for noticing. I don't even like to bring up religion in conversations, because it never ends well. I have strong beliefs, beliefs that help me but also confuse me. But I don't have intentions of conversion and I am in no position to be preaching when I have many flaws to work on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GlowBear View Post
    I don't do that and thanks for noticing. I don't even like to bring up religion in conversations, because it never ends well. I have strong beliefs, beliefs that help me but also confuse me. But I don't have intentions of conversion and I am in no position to be preaching when I have many flaws to work on.
    See, this is how it should be! (also I have to admit that I had some very interesting talks with religious people, because I find the motivations behind belief and how they try to get horrible things that happen in accordance with their beliefs - I don't mean that patronizing, I find it really fascinating)


    Although I can understand how someone can be turned off by (non)-believe a bit. Like I said, it wouldn't be a bit topic for me, but living after believe, especially when it's lived strongly, is a pretty big thing in the person's life. But if someone isn't even willing to give it a try to see how things work out... man fuck 'em. You said it yourself:
    Some people don't deserve me.

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    I find a lot of 'opposites' to be fascinating and will gladly listen and find things out. So long as they aren't expressed with an air of condescension.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GlowBear View Post
    I'll woo them with booze
    That's all it would take for me.

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    I don't know where else to put this but I saw this today and felt sad/wtf.

    Daft Punk Album of the Year Award

    I was PUMPED for their new album as I have all of their old stuff and I had it ready to go in my itunes cart. I then had this crazy thought "what if it sucks"...I downloaded the CD and had it deleted off my PC and out of my cart within 30 minutes. I don't get all the praise that they got for their new CD as it is nothing like their old stuff and I wanted to fall asleep when I listed to it.

    :/

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    it is nothing like their old stuff
    Guess that's called evolving.
    I will listen to it next week. I have the aim to listen to one new album every week this year.

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    I guess they did evolve but even their stuff from Tron was decent and more their style when compared to this. Derezzed was awesome and electronic, Get Lucky was pretty cool too but everything else on the CD was this jazzy slow stuff and not the electronic/house whatever it was that they used to make.

    It's like a rapper moving into blues or something, lol.

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