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  1. my partner is also an owner of my group but cannot set media or other things on the land i own, does anyone know why this could be?
  2. Void Singer wrote: a letter on a card helps determine the size or presence of a "pistol"? I'm not sure which is more impressive, the leap of illogic or the failure of the metal detector. and when (or where) did they start allowing "typical" photos for ID? last I checked they all required largely unadorned headshots, current at the time of issue. well i'll try to explain, oh actually i wont bother, you just wouldnt get any of it anyway.
  3. Ima Rang wrote: Dogboat Taurog wrote: Ima Rang wrote: Dogboat Taurog wrote: Ima Rang wrote: Dogboat Taurog wrote: Melita Magic wrote: She said she had it, not that it defines her completely. No need to be this rude, Dogboat. there are people dying in africa and im sure they are a tad unhappy too. i've known a few self labelers, the majority are spoilt kids. You need to pull your head out of your ass, you have apparently depleted your oxygen supply again and assumed the role of your **bleep**. my upbringing was different to yours. i lost my parents and only brother and frankly i'm pretty tough. self pity and self labeling irritates me I'm sorry for your losses. Having a condition is not a form of self-pity. Just like having a **bleep** does not necessitate that you act like one. telling strangers on line is an obvious sign of self pity. im not a "bleep" as you put it, i had to go through a lot and i dont have time for self pitying people who dont know how lucky they are. and invent problems. we all get moody. If you did not indeed have time for self-pity, you would not have, at any point, have utilized "i lost my parents and only brother" in any reply. It is a pity statement intended to evoke a sympathy that prevents individuals from holding you responsible for your less than stellar behavior. it wasnt meant for sympathy it was fitting in this thread, i dont need to act in a "stellar" way its the truth as i see it. when tyour kids are acting up do you say oh they are so adhd or whatever the current phrase is or do you punish them by taking away their toys? you should try it sometime.
  4. Ima Rang wrote: Dogboat Taurog wrote: Ima Rang wrote: Dogboat Taurog wrote: Melita Magic wrote: She said she had it, not that it defines her completely. No need to be this rude, Dogboat. there are people dying in africa and im sure they are a tad unhappy too. i've known a few self labelers, the majority are spoilt kids. You need to pull your head out of your ass, you have apparently depleted your oxygen supply again and assumed the role of your **bleep**. my upbringing was different to yours. i lost my parents and only brother and frankly i'm pretty tough. self pity and self labeling irritates me I'm sorry for your losses. Having a condition is not a form of self-pity. Just like having a **bleep** does not necessitate that you act like one. telling strangers on line is an obvious sign of self pity. im not a "bleep" as you put it, i had to go through a lot and i dont have time for self pitying people who dont know how lucky they are. and invent problems. we all get moody.
  5. Ima Rang wrote: Dogboat Taurog wrote: Melita Magic wrote: She said she had it, not that it defines her completely. No need to be this rude, Dogboat. there are people dying in africa and im sure they are a tad unhappy too. i've known a few self labelers, the majority are spoilt kids. You need to pull your head out of your ass, you have apparently depleted your oxygen supply again and assumed the role of your **bleep**. my upbringing was different to yours. i lost my parents and only brother and frankly i'm pretty tough. self pity and self labeling irritates me
  6. Ishtara Rothschild wrote: Josephina Bonetto wrote: Thanks for the thread Scylla but people are being so rude I won't be replying anymore. I don't know if I would refer to the person who was rude to you as "people". I'm very supportive of consolidating the genera Pan and Homo and listing Pan troglodytes as a human species, but I won't extend the same courtesy to this anonymous creature that has time and time again proven to have no respect whatsoever for human beings. Just ignore it like we all do. its called honesty, let them carry on thinking that everyone cares if you like but they will be fat lonely 60 year olds before they know it. thats exactly what happens and i have seen it happen several times, and your life is over bar the shouting.
  7. Melita Magic wrote: She said she had it, not that it defines her completely. No need to be this rude, Dogboat. there are people dying in africa and im sure they are a tad unhappy too. i've known a few self labelers, the majority are spoilt kids.
  8. Josephina Bonetto wrote: I would explain but you have pre judged me so I have consigned you to the loser bin. I have not labelled myself, what an ignorant statement to make. but you just did, a rapid type 2 cycle or something. that immediately makes me think you are a 16 year old emo. i dont suppose you will ever explain, its typical.
  9. Josephina Bonetto wrote: The irony can be that when it is *you*, you don't always feel like being the trailblazer educating them through example LOL. I guess it never hurts to show people that you can hold down a full time job and not need to take copious amounts of lithium to do it (no offence to lithium takers, I can't metabolise meds) and I may be the first bipolar person that person has met. If they have only known me, their default assumption will be that a person with bipolar can do a job, and that is a cause I feel quite strongly about right now. i just dont get why people have to label themselves. you cant metabolise meds? why not,.care to explain? you are probably the first person that cant.
  10. what the heck is bipolar rapid 2 cycling,, sometging to do with the olympics also? or just some wierd label you bestowed on yourself to make you seem so different when you are so the same as everyone else? what the heck is the world coming to?
  11. i'm not interested in peoples supposed sexuality either and i often get misunderstood, by the PC brigade, ill try to explain it again.. we are not just a sexuality unless we just want to be just a sexuality, i find that attitude very shallow. hey im gay, hey im transexual, hey so what who cares i like big boobs but i dont go round telling the world about it, snore.
  12. Storm Clarence wrote: Eloise Baily wrote: Is sunshine really Ad Hominem? I mean really? You're kidding me, right? it you are going to represent yourself as a man with a massive green head wearing a pink skirt and getting offended,you better be prepared.for it. :smileywink:
  13. Void Singer wrote: :: looks around :: no contradictions here, you seem to be confused again. you are the one who made a spelling mistake and spewed your thoughts in the grammar thread dear. i was merely pointing out the irony of it.
  14. Storm Clarence wrote: Dogboat Taurog wrote: Disciplined no. Corrected yes. i got news for you sunshine... You should know better Dogboat, no ad hominem posts! ETA Or, don't write it unless you mean it. any man who has a massive green face and wears a pink dress would be pleased to be called sunshine. just be grateful i didn't call you susan.
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