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  1. Scylla, though I understand your trepidation, show a little compassion for me. If she does get a bigger brain, there might be room for me to crawl back inside. I'm currently sitting on the window ledge, soaked and shivering. There's not much I can do to rein her in from this side of the glass.
  2. That's the only reason Maddy's here, Solar.
  3. I'll be interested to hear @Madelaine McMasters' views on this. You want to hear her views so badly you actually mentioned her? What the hell are you thinking, Quartz?! Do you know what's going to happen when she wakes up? She's gonna see her name in lights and grow her half of our head so big I'll have to step outside. Then she'll come here and bloviate. Marissa has clearly never met Maddy. Does anyone have even the slightest clue what she talks about? I sure don't. When she gets a bee up her butt, she prattles on and on and on until she sounds like the trombone "adults" i
  4. Being the tactician is pointless if the strategist is incompetent.
  5. Nugget? As in those things I find strewn along my forest paths and under the shrubs that have been chewed down to nubs over the winter? Follow at your own risk, Love.
  6. Thank you, Jerilynn. It is the end of an era, though I can't say I'm heartbroken. It's nice to have someone to share the frustration that is Maddy.
  7. I don't see any evidence of intention on the part of Earth itself, so I question your use of "meant". I hope that human intent can eventually figure out how to support us indefinitely. Absent in many arguments about green living is that there might be a maximum sustainable population. For all of human history, we've enjoyed the promise of population growth. Our children will take care of us. The greatest challenge facing us might well be the economic, social, and psychological impact of giving up that promise.
  8. Richard Feynman told a story of suddenly getting a strong feeling that his grandmother had died. Just then, the phone rang. He answered it. It was a classmate, calling about something completely unrelated. As an anecdote, that's enough to fully cancel one human's correct feeling that their grandmother had died. I've tried to keep track of the strong feelings I've had that something had, or would, happen. I've been wrong so much that I can, to my own satisfaction, cancel out every such correct anecdote I've ever heard from others. I also like to believe certain things.
  9. I quite agree there's no need to minimize. So why did you just do it? I'm reminded of this...
  10. I only visit such places with an alt, never with a mane.
  11. There are those that use mains to do nefarious things.
  12. Be thankful you have an entire brain to yourself. I have to share one with Maddy. When I send her half to the corner, it just sits there, glaring at me, drinking root-beer... and belching.
  13. I tried that with my partner. Meh.
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