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your 11 favourite songs of the moment, fuck. [Started by m. (mitchlnw) in May 2004, last updated three hours ago by breastcrawl on I Love Music] 4 new answers
What are koalas and can we eat them? [Started by Joe in June 2001, last updated three hours ago by mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length) on I Love Everything] 16 new answers
puns that you had missed [Started by ursa in 1998, last updated three hours ago by sassboy on I Love Everything] 15 new answers
What was it like for you to go through your first pregnancy? [Started by m. in July 2002, last updated three hours ago by boarbear in May 2001, last updated 30 minutes ago by greg on I Love Music] 11 new answers

My life aspires to be like you (1,3,6) [Started by m. (mitchlnw) in May 2004, last updated by nippleman in the comments] 13 new answers
Have you ever had a sexual experience with a horse? If not, does this have an important message? [Started by m. in May 2008, last updated 14 minutes ago by dave_jones on I Love the Music] -3 new replies
Which song was your favourite when you were a teenager? [Started by m. in April 2004

― mick signals, Sunday, May 26, 2019 4:47 PM (forty-five minutes ago)

Fuck the NRA (ulysses), Sunday, 26 May 2019 17:33 (one month ago) Permalink

singularity: reached

Lil' Brexit (Tracer Hand), Sunday, 26 May 2019 17:38 (one month ago) Permalink

wait where's Puff from Brazil??

Lil' Brexit (Tracer Hand), Sunday, 26 May 2019 17:39 (one month ago) Permalink

The best way to trick your parents is to pretend you're dead.

The most effective "skeleton" I've found, over an extended period of time, is "living with the dead." This is when your skeleton has been declassified and you're told you're "only dead for a day" and/or "dead forever." My "living with the dead" exercise is to think about your body as alive and alive dead. Think of it like a car whose trunk will slowly collapse in on itself and will not move much. The car is still alive and just moving in a controlled manner. I've found this to help me when I do an elaborate exercise like "getting back on the couch." I just sit, watch TV and then I can get back to it. Once you start the exercise, just sit there watching TV and get up and move around the couch.

After that you can try to take your "skeleton" (tortured soul) to a different living situation, but it's better to not go "all crazy" and just try to escape.

Once you've made this exercise a habit do whatever you'd like with it.

Lil' Brexit (Tracer Hand), Sunday, 26 May 2019 17:43 (one month ago) Permalink

Tom, delete ILX now! ILX should look better, but it still won't compile anymore.

I didn't see it, but you can't actually use a different version of the same class. What does ILX do?

Well, first of all, we are defining the interface we use, which is a mixin. What this means is, if we are defining one type interface with type alias, then we will use type alias, when we have two of that type, that interface. So it's like this for the list of things we can do with your interface, and other types can use it too. Like say we have the type

enum {A = 5, B = 50};

This means when we want to do something like create a class, we will define the interface. For instance, our list looks like

enum {A = 1, B = 2};

Now, type alias is for convenience, what do you mean by that? A type alias can be used to create or delete a certain type, but what's interesting with this is type alias is not a type. You know when you see

int a = 10;

And you think to yourself

TS The Students vs. The Regents (James Redd and the Blecchs), Sunday, 26 May 2019 17:45 (one month ago) Permalink

havent't seen any posts from boarbear in a hot minute, hope he's ok :(

― lispectah deck (unregistered), Sunday, May 26, 2019 12:50 PM (one hour ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

holy shit

― jmm, Sunday, May 26, 2019 12:50 PM (one hour ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

boarbear is in the hospital

― jmm, Sunday, May 26, 2019 12:50 PM (one hour ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

boarbear is ok

― lispectah deck (unregistered), Sunday, May 26, 2019 12:53 PM (one hour ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

boarbear is not ok.

― lispectah deck (unregistered), Sunday, May 26, 2019 12:53 PM (one hour ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

the cat is ok.

― jmm, Sunday, May 26, 2019 12:53 PM (one hour ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

boarbear's a virgin?

― l

jmm, Sunday, 26 May 2019 17:58 (one month ago) Permalink

WHAT DID THE CAT DO TO BOARBEAR??!

Lil' Brexit (Tracer Hand), Sunday, 26 May 2019 18:07 (one month ago) Permalink

1. Inpropagation
2. Corporal Jigsore Quandary
3. Symposium Of Sickness
4. Pedigree Butchery
5. Incarnated Solvent Abuse
6. Carneous Cacoffiny
7. Lavaging Expectorate Of Lysergide Composition

8. Lateral Ingestion To Lysis Of Sodomyces Or Orchidism
9. The Cessation Of The Life Process
10. The Extermination Of The Genitive Case Of
11. Bacterial Wounds Of The Nerves Of The Earth
11. An Unholy Combination Of The Curses And The Wounds Of The Land Of Death
11. The First Man To Die After A Lymphatic Failure Of The Liver
12. The Vibratory Spectrum Of The Human Sex Brain
13. A Pustular Vat Of Fertile Salt
14. Bile Storage For The Future

mick signals, Sunday, 26 May 2019 18:14 (one month ago) Permalink

Innocuous things that make you irrationally angry (a list thread)

1. Receiving a bill with that fucking www.wheresgeorge.com stamp on it

― the great aussie ballkicking vids (jjjusten), Wednesday, September 29, 2010 8:07 PM (eight years ago)

2. People taking the elevator up/down one floor, rather than taking the stairs, thus delaying my pilgrimage to the top floor

― officer i didn't know it was a penguin (San Te), Wednesday, September 29, 2010 8:11 PM (eight years ago)

3. Being told that I should go to Starbucks or a restaurant with less milk than my children are allowed to drink.

― The New Yorker (gwjohnnye), Wednesday, September 29, 2010 8:13 PM (nine years ago)

4. An email asking "What do you prefer to do for an evening lunch?" This was in 2007 or so. (not the first email)

― The New Yorker (jjimmyhitchcroft), Tuesday, October 1, 2009 3:29 AM (one year ago)

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3. People being too slow to get out of the bathtub (jennifer kursoff), Tuesday, September 28, 2010 11:25 PM (eight years ago)

4. All the police car stops during the school bus ride (thesunwriter), Thursday, September 26, 2010 6:03 PM (eight years ago)

5. "Hey, how did you find my wallet?" "Where did your wallet go!?" (TheSwingFan), Thursday, September 26, 2010 7:39 PM (eight years ago)

6. The police pulling my car over as if they were running a traffic accident when there was a homicide (ch

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3. The fact that a couple of times during the interview, a white guy in a cowboy hat walked by the camera without taking any time to say hello

― dana lewis (@danalee)

4. The fact that he asked me if this was the right house for me

― jane (@jane4me)

5. The fact that he brought my girlfriend's photo and asked for a pic with my name attached

― jane (@jane4me)

6. The fact that he asked if I could come up and meet him at 5:30 and asked if I wanted to be his personal manager

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15. People who flash their lights at you in the right lane. If you want to go faster GET IN THE LEFT LANE, YOU FUCKTWIG.

― officer i didn't know it was a penguin (San Te), Wednesday, September 29, 2010 8:34 PM (eight years ago)

16. People who camp out in the left lane. GET THE FUCK OUT OF MY WAY!!!!!

― Sauvignon Blanc Mange (B.L.A.M.), Wednesday, September 29, 2010 8:35 PM (eight years ago)

17. People who yell "FREAKING HUZZAH" into your ear while you are driving. DON'T DO THAT! This is fucking dangerous and rude to other drivers, and can actually cause more harm to you than it helps.

― San Diego (B.A.M.), Wednesday, September 29, 2010 12:28 AM (and eight years ago)

18. Driving when one lane is empty, or with only three or four people in the car, then going into reverse without waiting for traffic to clear. It is a total waste of time! Don't do this; you

lispectah deck (unregistered), Sunday, 26 May 2019 18:15 (one month ago) Permalink

Playing bass through a guitar amp. Why is it so bad and hated? Because it is not good enough. You are supposed to be a producer, or at least an innovator in some field. Why is anyone else allowed to succeed in any field you might be proud of, if this is all they can produce?

And this time it was no longer about "being an innovative producer"—it was just a question of "is it enough for me to produce?" This time it came down to if the producer could do something other than a job he did not know he could do before. And here again we see the importance of the product quality, the artist/s who bring out the best in other, lesser people.

My experience writing tracks and trying to build the album came from being a part of a big group that had already made a lot of songs with other great players, and had an interesting relationship to each other and to music. As part of us each trying to achieve and share what we could, what was important for us as writers of music that wasn't directly tied to the process, what didn't work together, was what was left over when a song ends, in terms of being fun and exciting to listen to and

TS The Students vs. The Regents (James Redd and the Blecchs), Sunday, 26 May 2019 18:22 (one month ago) Permalink

The cat says: "Meow".
The sheep says: "Baa".
The horse says: "Neigh".
The dog says: "Woof".
The sparrow says:
"Kiss me. Kiss me".
The dog says: "What do you intend on saying?"
The cat says: "Shh".
The cat says: "Woof".
The dog says: "Mmm, sweetheart".
The dog says: "Woof".
The dog says: "Mmm, sweetheart".
The sparrow says: "Phew" [sigh] "Phew".
The bird says: "Ooooooooh".
The dog says: "Phew".
The cat says: "Ooooho". "Ooooooooh". "Oooooooooh".
The dog says: "Pfft".
The dog says: "Mmm, sweetheart".
The dog says: "Pfft".
The bird says: "I bet I'll never talk to her again".
The dog says: "Aww, so much pain".

mick signals, Sunday, 26 May 2019 18:26 (one month ago) Permalink

Those that belong to the emperor
Embalmed ones
Those that are trained
Suckling pigs
Mermaids (or Sirens)
Fabulous ones
Stray dogs
Those that are included in this classification
Those that tremble as if they were mad
Innumerable ones
Those drawn with a very fine camel hair brush
Et cetera
Those that have just broken the flower vase
Those that, at a distance, resemble flies

They also have a large mouth
An extremely high body
They are always crying
They also have a very high body
They are always crying
They also have a very high body
They always cry
Their teeth are too coarse and often have holes or sharp points
They also have a huge body
They are usually called cussing children and are called "cusser" children
They are always crying
They also have a very high body
They are always crying
They also have a very high body
All the people with such a gigantic body are also called "cussers".[10]
If the king does not want the world to know how powerful these people are, he would have them be thrown out of the mansion.

The Pingularity (ledge), Sunday, 26 May 2019 18:28 (one month ago) Permalink

the car's on fire and there's no driver at the wheel 
and the sewers are all muddied with a thousand lonely suicides 
and a dark wind blows 
the government is corrupt
, the population is too stupid to understand 
The government that won't solve anything Because the populace is stupid to solve things 
How the shit just keeps rolling 
What's happened to my son? 
I'm a black woman 
He is a white man I'm a white boy 
Why have I got one, baby?
What were you thinking with your life? 
All my life, why did I think? 
Where have we all gone 
Are you going back? 
Let's just roll up with this 
You know I'm a black guy 
I'm a white boy 
My dad is some black guy 
What the fuck ? 
There's something going on with the kids 
I got a question 
Why won't 
I just give it up now 
What about the kids ? 
I gave my boy up to them 
Do I have to be some sort of god 
I guess

The Pingularity (ledge), Sunday, 26 May 2019 18:38 (one month ago) Permalink

jesus

Lil' Brexit (Tracer Hand), Sunday, 26 May 2019 18:40 (one month ago) Permalink

co-worker: Vanilla Ice in the conference room.
ILXor: Yeah, I'd like to suck on some of that!
co-worker: o_O.
<ILXor goes to conference room, sees it's Vanilla Ice not vanilla ice cream>
co-worker: *Cries again*
co-worker: *Turns away from ILXor* I'll tell you something that'll make your day the best ever: When the ice cream is gone, you're like the biggest jerk on earth. <co-worker laughs, and says nothing in return>
<ILXor walks away from conference room>
<ILXor does not speak again in that speech>
<I don't even know if this is actually true; I think it has to be a lie because it sounds more like ILXor than Icey's speech. It has a few minor contradictions when placed side by side. If you listen closely: the first time ice cream is left alone in the conference room while the other two are still in it, Icey says, "I will not make any apologies for showing you how to hate us. We will show you another day... I hope this

soref, Sunday, 26 May 2019 18:57 (one month ago) Permalink

The perfect gift for a new parent is this unique poster. And, you can also buy it.

A poster of a newborn baby has a photo on them that tells you just how good she is. When I read something about a baby crying, I would look for the baby's poster and then take it with me. I hope I am doing the right thing. The poster in this photo was sent to me by a friend and I've never seen anything like it.

The baby is crying and the poster was posted by an unknown woman. It was posted in a large room that I could only access from inside the hospital, and was only visible for a short time. I hope her post was a good one to read before my baby died.

The poster was placed in a big room, and was a few inches long. The poster is very close to the baby's birth wound and I know she would feel something hurt when she read it. The poster, along with pictures of my baby, are still up here on the main floor of my office.

If you have ever had a baby that needs a post card and you would like some kind of tribute, get creative and send your son a poster to make him feel special

John Denver – Led Zeppelin IV (Part II) (Old Lunch), Sunday, 26 May 2019 19:17 (one month ago) Permalink

14. Bile Storage For The Future

This should have ranked much higher than 14! It wuz robbed.

A is for (Aimless), Sunday, 26 May 2019 19:26 (one month ago) Permalink

It's Saturday Night Live, starring John Belushi. It's an awesome set list. But it's also a little bit surreal.

That's one of the reasons the show has managed to stand the test of time and become such a big hit. It's also because it's really funny. The way Ben Stiller and Melissa McCarthy react when John turns into a cat: well, it's part of the game.

John Denver – Led Zeppelin IV (Part II) (Old Lunch), Sunday, 26 May 2019 19:32 (one month ago) Permalink

Let’s talk about sex, baby. Let’s talk about you and me.https://t.co/9xC5u3H0uK‫ — Jay Z (@jayz) June 11, 2013

#JayZ I have been asking for a lot of sex, I know this is a lot to do, it can take a long time, but this does make it easier baby, it makes it easier for me to have sex all night, you really don't realize‪ https://t.co/jZVwCQ5L0L — Jay Z (@jayz) June 19, 2013

‪So I asked you for sex last night‪ https://t.co/wqKzUkUoJh‫ — Jay Z (@jayz) June 21, 2013

‪Now you know, like, what I do for a living‪ https://t.co/qWG4iTJLqX‫ — Jay Z (@jayz) June 23, 2013

‪And my boyfriend really has a big dick ‪https://t.co/Ri2

El Tomboto, Sunday, 26 May 2019 19:48 (one month ago) Permalink

ali campbell from ub40 is a real beauty and i am extremely jealous how she looks at me and she tells her parents that i am her dad from the video :
and even after you tell her everything you did? she wants to hear it from you!! So you just put this cute looking picture on the side of your phone with her in it? I'll bet i am in that picture :

soref, Sunday, 26 May 2019 19:57 (one month ago) Permalink

It is a period of civil war. Rebel spaceships, striking from a hidden base, have won their first victory against the evil Galactic Empire. During the battle, Rebel spies managed to steal secret plans to the Empire’s ultimate weapon, the DEATH STAR, an armored space station with enough power to destroy an entire planet. Pursued by the Empire’s sinister agents, these spaceships are now headed for Earth, where they will be destroyed once and for all.

El Tomboto, Sunday, 26 May 2019 19:59 (one month ago) Permalink

Spider-Man, Spider-Man
Does whatever a spider can

Takes Spider-Man to school (and then back) as Spider-Man
Spider-Woman/Venom takes her to school in a car
Takes her to school on horseback
Stabs and shoots both Spider-Men (one after the other)
Shoots down a car (and then back)
Takes her to school on horseback (but falls off her horse)
Spider-Woman, Spider-Man/Venom, Spider-Gwen, Spider-Man
Bubbles on the train platform (the second time)
Has a "Dorothy" birthday party at a Halloween party
Takes out a couple of Spiders
Slashes a kid to death
Spider-Man shoots and kills three spiders
Spider-Man kills five spiders, one-handed
Slashes a spider in the head
Spider-Man kills Spider-Man with one shot
Spider-Man kills two spiders, one-handed
Slashes a spider in the back with his web
Spider-Man shoots and kills a Spider-Man (but he's still alive when he dies)
Spider-Man kills three giant spiders

John Denver – Led Zeppelin IV (Part II) (Old Lunch), Sunday, 26 May 2019 20:04 (one month ago) Permalink

I very nearly wet myself @ 'slashes a kid to death'

John Denver – Led Zeppelin IV (Part II) (Old Lunch), Sunday, 26 May 2019 20:06 (one month ago) Permalink

Colonel: You better get your head and your ass wired together, or I will take a giant shit on you!
Joker: Yes, sir.
Colonel: Now answer my question or you'll be standing tall before the man!
Joker: I think I was trying to suggest something about the duality of man, sir.
Colonel: The what?
Joker: The duality of man; The Jungian thing, sir.

Colonel: It does not seem to exist in your imagination.
Joker: I believe in what I believe in.
Colonel: What does it mean to be a man?
Joker: A man is a bundle of physical, emotional, spiritual and emotional baggage. It's all there, but it's not there.
Colonel: Where did you even have to bring it in before I came and explained it?
Joker: Well, sir, I could show you. You're the one that has to explain it, anyway. He's an idiot. When I see him I have to see him as an idiot.
Colonel: Just let us discuss that.
Joker: Oh, I haven't had a beer in five years

El Tomboto, Sunday, 26 May 2019 20:13 (one month ago) Permalink

The top 5 facts about Chuck Norris:
1.
His nickname, Chuck, is pronounced Chuck-ay.
2. During the making of "Lethal Weapon," producers joked that the movie "should start with, 'Lethal Weapon,' 'Chuck Norris,' and then the name would follow' because Chuck Norris was originally not intended in any way to be a member of the movie." (From The Complete Chuck Norris)
3. The title of "Chuck Norris: The Complete Movies" comes from the phrase 'Chuck-ay, Chuck-ay, Chuck-ay' where 'Ay-ray' is a sound effect in Arabic, 'ay' means snake and 'ay' can actually mean death. (Chuck Norris's Top 10 Favorite Movie Moments in History)"
4. In addition to his work on the movie, Chuck starred in the TV series "Chuck Norris: The Legend of Sabre" as a cop with the NYPD for five seasons.
5. "My movie 'Chuck Norris: The Complete Movies' is the absolute pinnacle of all things good." (Pixar Entertainment)

jmm, Sunday, 26 May 2019 20:21 (one month ago) Permalink

At 10:35 on an early summer's morning, John Lanchester sat down at his study desk, switched on his new Dell computer, opened up the word processing programme that the computer had come with and began working out the meaning of one of the most famous passages from a poem he knew:
"I feel a deep sense of dread

After the morning crash of my first flight

And a sense of dread

As the aircraft takes off

The aircraft will have been

Not at all at all

This is a poem by

Thomas Keneally, The Life of Pius X
"I feel a sense of dread

After the morning crash of my first flight

And a sense of dread

As the aircraft takes off

The aircraft will have been

Not at all at all" "I feel this

This is a poem by Thomas Keneally, Thomas Keneally's Diary to an airplane crash "I feel a deep sense of dread

After the morning crash of my first flight

And a sense of dread

As the

seandalai, Sunday, 26 May 2019 20:22 (one month ago) Permalink

On our new album we wanted to get back to our roots, just a band in a room. The record went through many iterations of genres and I think our sound really clicked with the concept of, you know, we all went through something similar, we all had that weird feeling that we wanted to be able to bring our sound and be honest about our feelings.

There are a lot of people that have seen the film and they ask me what their favourite music is. I don't really care that much, because it's all about the emotion and emotion is our thing. It's the love that we feel as humans and how deeply we relate to other humans. So it really matters to me what is important to us in life and how it affects us. It's an emotion I don't understand how there's a different way to express the song. People feel better when they see it, but I don't know why you can't make fun of music, I love music, too so I didn't really care about what you thought, it was more about making it good and funny and I think at the end our song feels like that - it's really funny - and it's not funny but it's in an artistic way

Flood-Resistant Mirror-Drilling Machine (rushomancy), Sunday, 26 May 2019 20:23 (one month ago) Permalink

You are standing in an open field west of a white house, with a boarded front door.

A black dog is barking along the road behind you. The owner of the black dog has turned into her backyard to watch some animals running in and out of this property.

In another room is a kitchen table, and a bottle of wine. The woman at the table sits on it, eating his wine and listening to the audio of the dogs barking.

The sound effects are clear and distinctive, though they may be of little moment to you.

What really happens in this scene is that the white house owner is listening to the audio in another room along with the woman at the table of her own garden, and the wine bottle is in her hand and she drinks.

This makes her an object at the back end of the audio spectrum and she is in the role of being heard, and not necessarily perceiving or recognizing what's going on in the room around her.

I think there is a parallel here, though I can't exactly place it in time frame of the video, or place it on a date. The woman at the table is talking as if she were an object, because she clearly can't be

Flood-Resistant Mirror-Drilling Machine (rushomancy), Sunday, 26 May 2019 20:24 (one month ago) Permalink

moffe growing ham

Moffe growing vpon the skull of a man, a child, and a child, and after that, the skull of a man and a child, and after that, the skull of an old man and a young man, and after that, the skull of a man and a child, and after that, the skull of a man and a boy, and after that, the skull of a bald boy and a bald man, and after that, the skull of three men, and after that, the skull of three men, and after that, the skull of a woman, and after that, the skull of a woman, and after that, the skull of a woman and after that, a woman's skull and after that, the skull of a woman, and after that, the skull of a girl and after that, the skull of a girl and after that, the skull of a man, a boy, and a man, and after that, the skull of a man, a boy, and a girl, and after that, the skull of a boy (and after that, the skull of a man and a lady), and after that, the skull of a man; and after that, three corpses of human bodies.

seandalai, Sunday, 26 May 2019 20:24 (one month ago) Permalink

My favorite Bugs Bunny cartoon is called "Scooby Doo". It's got everything I love in it: the big, loud, bright faces, the bad guys who aren't scary, and Scooby, his goofy friends and the Scoobies himself. The Scoobies have their "Dance Party" with their old classmates, but that seems kind of weird because they aren't as much of a part of the story as they used to be! It's like the old days.

You may know how the Scoobies go into the cave and rescue everyone from the cave by jumping into each other. In "Pig" (1983) and "Spiders" (1999), Scooby and Snackhead jump into everyone else, but they never do anything to make up for the two of them being stuck together, but instead, just act awkward as a team. So in "Spiders" we end up with a giant rat in the show, and in "Pig" we're basically just "Spiders".

Scooby's in the show because it's fun! The old school Scoobies and new school Scoobies get along really well, while making snooty little noises with their mouths

John Denver – Led Zeppelin IV (Part II) (Old Lunch), Sunday, 26 May 2019 20:27 (one month ago) Permalink

Stately, plump Buck Mulligan came from a well-heeled Southern family and had no intention of marrying a black man. As a boy, he would sneak in on holidays in the middle of the night, dress up as a black man and then get in the black car and sneak out again. Mulligan met his wife, Mary Lynn, in a car wash, and in the years he spent in a house of prayer, his wife became an outspoken white activist, leading prayer groups, speaking at rallies.

At 26, in 1987, Mulligan married his second wife, Ann Stearns, in the house she ran with their then two daughters, Tania and Tanya. Mulligan said he wanted to be an ordained Baptist minister to spread his Christianity and that his marriage to Tanya gave him hope. "It gave me faith," he recalled of the experience.

Mulligan, now 47, has no plans to divorce his first wife, but he is planning on remarrying her, his father told a judge after Mulligan's guilty plea. The new mother-of-three could serve as a model for other white-collar white Christians to serve in church leadership roles, a potential source of support at

Flood-Resistant Mirror-Drilling Machine (rushomancy), Sunday, 26 May 2019 20:32 (one month ago) Permalink

it keeps giving me white supremacist propaganda, that's how you can tell it's on the internet

Somewhere in la Mancha, in a place whose name no one knows but is now a legend, sits a monument and a memorial. It is to the people of La Mancha that the legend of the "White Man's Burden" came. It is to this white man who gave the last battle of the Civil War to his white comrades, who stood shoulder to shoulder for so many years, who gave his life for the white race.

It is in these places that the words of the old-fashioned poet and poetess Elihu Yale can be heard. And not as the poets were often wont to say, "The White Man's Burden" – that is, the "Great White Way of Life," the "Old English Way of Life," the common European way of life, was to be saved, but that the new way of men had to learn to fight against the old way. And it is in this way, the way of the white man, in this last struggle, in this final battle, that the great "white victory" has been won. It is in these places that the great "white victory" of the great war is seen. It is in this last fight that a man such as

Flood-Resistant Mirror-Drilling Machine (rushomancy), Sunday, 26 May 2019 20:35 (one month ago) Permalink

(I just keep doing this one because pretty much every result is gold. Insane and terrifying gold.)

My favorite Bugs Bunny cartoon is called "I'm a Bad Boy!", which was originally about a bigoted boy called Bugs Bunny with a big heart who hates being a bad boy. The animated version of the cartoon is hilarious enough, which in its own way makes it even funnier that Bugs Bunny is really trying to be a good boy, while still trying to hurt his mother and her family.

John Denver – Led Zeppelin IV (Part II) (Old Lunch), Sunday, 26 May 2019 20:37 (one month ago) Permalink

This is a story all about how
My life got flipped turned upside down !!!!
The world was a mess !!!
It looked almost normal to me then . After
I had a baby, I started to have problems.
You see, these problems all began with
You see, they started when I got pregnant by myself 

calumerio, Sunday, 26 May 2019 20:39 (one month ago) Permalink

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was a time of hope, a time of hope and then a time of fear. I mean, it was really good times and it was kind of just kind of horrible.
And it was kind of the worst of times then.
What did you do afterwards?
Well, I actually actually ended up buying my own apartment in Brooklyn. The apartment, it was in a little place named Tenderloin, in the Upper West Side, on the Upper West Side. [laughs] And one of my roommates was a writer who's the managing editor of Vanity Fair, which is one of their biggest clients, which was kind of really nice. They actually hired me for their show called New York magazine's cover story. And I was hired for that cover story - the one I wrote called The Big One. And I'm talking about, um, New York magazine - New York Magazine is still my publishing house and it's my current publishing house. I'm really thankful for it because it's something that's really helped me a lot grow as an artist and I'd like to thank New York magazine. But there's a big difference

emil.y, Sunday, 26 May 2019 20:50 (one month ago) Permalink

Stately, plump Buck Mulligan came from the stairhead, bearing a bowl of lather on which a mirror and a razor lay crossed. A yellow dressing gown, ungirdled, was sustained gently-behind him by the mild morning air. He held the bowl aloft and intoned:

"Wake up! It's a boy! A good boy! What a lovely little boy!"

The room grew silent. Mr. Mulligan glanced and shrugged his shoulders. His eyes had no expression of relief, and his nose grew damp. He looked with a mixture of concern and embarrassment, as if thinking of a few things that were so different from the pleasant idea of his mind he was trying to conceive.

At last, the woman took the mirror from him and examined it carefully. The lather-stained mirror reflected a dark scar on his cheek, which made it look slightly more solid and solid than it had in the morning, but was still a shadow of the man who looked at her from beneath the blanket. She noticed that the hair had grown darker and shorter, and the chin and jaw had become more rounded. The clothes were now rather wrinkled and tarry. She drew out the raz

emil.y, Sunday, 26 May 2019 20:57 (one month ago) Permalink

My favorite Bugs Bunny cartoon is called "Bugs Bunny and His Friends." My mom used to watch it for lunch every day when she was home from school. It's always in the corner right where my brother, sister and I would sit at our desk and she would yell, "Bugs Bunny! BUGBOTS!" You know, they always said that in my school because she said that at lunchtime.

Then, later on my mother realized that this cartoon could be a comic book and she picked up the pencils and wrote the script and started drawing Bugs Bunny.

The first Bugs Bunny cartoon was published on March 18, 1952. It was later renamed "Buddha, Rabbit and Beetle," and then again "Bugs Bunny, Bugman, and Buttercup." The original Bugs Bunny is seen in some cartoons from the late 1960s and is referred to by fans as such in the early 2000s.

In the early decades of the modern comic book industry, the Bugs Bunny character became associated with children, especially children with eating disorders. In later films, some children were played by adults.

John Denver – Led Zeppelin IV (Part II) (Old Lunch), Sunday, 26 May 2019 20:59 (one month ago) Permalink

Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow,
Creeps in this petty pace from day to day,
To the last syllable of recorded time;
And all our yesterdays have lighted fools
The way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle!

O that bright light, the moon! The moon shines from our sight;
That bright, the moon is the star that shines;
The moon and stars and all things,
Are like a torch that shines in the deep,
And when the sun goes down
The lamp in the moon is no more.
This book I've done, I've written,
With pen and paper, I've written,
And this book, when I've finished,
It will go back to the library
Where it belongs.

Lil' Brexit (Tracer Hand), Sunday, 26 May 2019 21:04 (one month ago) Permalink

i mean..

Lil' Brexit (Tracer Hand), Sunday, 26 May 2019 21:05 (one month ago) Permalink

it's fucking amazing at both poetry, and strongo's nuevo cuisine, which amounts to the same thing really

Lil' Brexit (Tracer Hand), Sunday, 26 May 2019 21:06 (one month ago) Permalink

The top 5 greatest Game of Thrones scenes of all time:
1.
The Battle of the Bastards. "They're a threat, but when you hit them with a massive rock, it's like a bomb's thrown in their face."
2. Tyrion's final moment during his imprisonment: "I want to see my dead wife and child. I love you now, my love. I don't remember your face when I passed through that door, but I will remember your heart..."
3. "You might have a chance to save Meera, but I can tell he's not your boy anymore," Arya says. She continues, "He killed the Stark heir to the Iron Throne. And you killed him."
4. Tyrion gives Sansa a kiss on the cheek. "What's going on?" she asks.
5. Bronn (Robert) gives Oberyn the Iron Fork "the wrong way."
All five Game of Thrones scenes are available for free (check out the latest season premiere here) here on YouTube.

jmm, Sunday, 26 May 2019 21:07 (one month ago) Permalink

The five greatest novels of all time are:
1.
The Hunger Games (Ayn Rand)
2. The Color Purple (Margaret Atwood)
3. Moby-Dick (Thomas Jefferson)
4. Atlas Shrugged (Ayn Rand)
5. Paradise Lost (H.G. Wells)

The five greatest books of all time are:
1. The Tale of Genji (Charles Dickens)
2. To Kill a Mockingbird (Woodrow Wilson)
3. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Chauncy Mullen)
4. Ulysses (Edgar Allan Poe)
5. Lord of the Flies (Toni Morrison)

John Denver – Led Zeppelin IV (Part II) (Old Lunch), Sunday, 26 May 2019 21:26 (one month ago) Permalink

The ten greatest albums of the 1960s are:
1.
Let My Love Die by Led Zeppelin
2. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia by Family Stone
3. The Sound of Silence by The Rolling Stones
4. All That Jazz by Depeche Mode
5. The Dark Side of the Moon by The Eagles
6. White Christmas by The Eagles
7. My Funny Valentine by The Rolling Stones
8. Let 'Em Rock by The Beach Boys
9. I Won't Back Down by The Beatles
10. Don't Say I Told You So by The Byrds

John Denver – Led Zeppelin IV (Part II) (Old Lunch), Sunday, 26 May 2019 21:37 (one month ago) Permalink

The ten best '80s pop songs are:
1.
"The Wonder Years"
2. "The Way I Are"
3. "What You Mean"
4. "Love You To Death"
5. "Candyman"
6. "M.U.S.P."
7. "Don't Call"
8. "I Am a God"
9. "P.D.S."
10. "The Lamentations of Billy and Mandy"

John Denver – Led Zeppelin IV (Part II) (Old Lunch), Sunday, 26 May 2019 21:43 (one month ago) Permalink

The ten greatest Christmas songs are:
1.
"Waltz of Fire"

Who would give a shit if Santa had any of these songs? Well, because we did…

You know the song:

"Waltz of Fire" lyrics:

In a house burning down,
A flame on the floor,
A thousand dead and forgotten,
They sing in our heads,
We sing in an empty house with an empty father.
It's a song of despair and heartbreak—
I know its true sound.
A song like that tells me that there is always a life to leave us,
And I want it back the night I die.

2. "Siegfried and Roy Mankiewicz"

John Denver – Led Zeppelin IV (Part II) (Old Lunch), Sunday, 26 May 2019 21:51 (one month ago) Permalink

Top 5 greatest Star Wars characters
1.
____ (George Lucas)
He was the star of the franchise, the godfather of all Star Wars fanboys, and is, probably, the most influential character to ever appear in the franchise. An all-time great Jedi. An absolute badass. He would have taken over the galaxy if there wasn't for the death of C-3PO. Also, he's pretty fucking sexy as well because he's a guy! He literally just won't give up and does things like this to protect the little thing he has as his bodyguard.
2. Jabba the Hutt (Ada Wong)
A pretty good villain but I find the fact that he's only in movies 4 and 5, and that he's the only character in the entire series that we can actually remember anything about is more than a little annoying.
3. Darth Vader (Mark Hamill)?
Now I don't know what role he's going to play in future movies but he certainly looks awesome from the back in movies 1 through 10.
4. Lando Calrissian (Brent Spiner)
This guy in the original trilogy is the strongest part of the whole story and in fact

jmm, Sunday, 26 May 2019 21:53 (one month ago) Permalink

The following conversation took place on 5 April 1991, at the Sushi Bar Restaurant on Toronto's Queen Street. William Gibson and Bruce Sterling were in town as part of the Toronto Book Fair, but while being questioned by security they heard a man, later identified as David Cronenberg, talking about the death of the late Edward Said. The two men became friends and agreed to work together in an attempt to kill Said.
Gibson and Sterling discussed how a person who knew Said as a friend would "not know him from a thousand years of time".
After the men returned, David said, "When I looked him in the eye I could almost see myself standing there. … The moment of fear had passed". This conversation was recorded on 1 April 1991.
"I could see what the man looked like. It had nothing to do with me... he would have been a different man if what he said to me had not changed. (He) would not be who he was today. When Edward Said's death happened, he went from being a brilliant writer – he became one of the most respected literary figures we would be able to say we didn't know. I think a person who knows Edward Said wouldn't have believed in me

El Tomboto, Sunday, 26 May 2019 21:56 (one month ago) Permalink

The seventh son of a well-to-do family, a quiet boy, he was born and raised at the St. Andrew's school in Bournemouth, but moved to England in 1952. He did well, but it was his father's determination and persistence that eventually led to him winning more senior cricket in England. In 1958 he played seven Tests for England, and his next international was against Australia in Durban. When the All Blacks lost by 23 runs to the All Blacks' own All Black and All Black Indian teams, the team made its triumphant return to Australia for the 1962 World Cup. In 1961 and 1962, the British media had already taken notice of his exploits and when Australia beat the All Blacks in Perth, he made some comments about his team's match fitness, saying that Australians "don't go bowling", that the "old ones in that team don't do much". He was promptly arrested on charges of assaulting police, but only after being acquitted. Although Australian authorities charged him with a minor offence (assaulting police) in 1962, this was later dropped in the courts as a court would have seen that the evidence did not support the charge.

Flood-Resistant Mirror-Drilling Machine (rushomancy), Sunday, 26 May 2019 21:57 (one month ago) Permalink

The ten greatest Christmas songs are:
1.
Hanukkah (Rabbi Yitzchak Meir of Lubavitch)
2. Christmas Carol (Rabbi Rokkor in Lubavitch)
3. The Winter's Tale (Talmid HaLevushot)
4. Christmas Carol (Rabbi Yehudah of Lubavitch)
5. Jingle Bells (Rabbi Gershon Schindler of Lubavitch)
6. Sing Your Song (Rabbi Yosef of Tel Aviv)
7. We're Only In It for the Lights (Rabbi Maimon of Rosh HaZed)
8. Waltz in the Rain (Rabbi Rochiel of Rosh HaShana)
9. Christmas Tree (Rabbi Yosef of Tel Aviv)
10. A Christmas Carol (Rabbi Yitzchak Meir of Lubavitch)

John Denver – Led Zeppelin IV (Part II) (Old Lunch), Sunday, 26 May 2019 22:06 (one month ago) Permalink

Thank you for your contributions to I Love Music. While this blog has had a tremendous impact on our communities in the Portland area, we must always remember that it is our work, no less a commitment to the artists, writers or the communities as a whole, that is meaningful.

Sincerely,

The I Love Music Club President / Executive Vice President

(See the attached letter to the Board for a list of our community members to whom the letter addressed)

sarahell, Friday, 7 June 2019 02:31 (two weeks ago) Permalink

We asked Nigel Farage about his new mixtape with Young Thug and Future.

"This is my mixtape. Young Thug, I don't like that guy. I hate it. I love this mixtape. This was my first mixtape I made. So we got in some trouble. People on the street called the police. Two nigga were shot. Young Thug, he's dead. But it's not my mixtape because they can't understand what we did. And then the kids who work at the record stores, this stuff is all real. Like Lil' Yachty's shit. I just want to work together and make these records because I've seen how you work together, how you love what you're doing. I want to work with the next generation."

That's some nice words in the context of the music, but are you calling for a boycott of his new record after he did the "Dangerous" track with the rappers Tha Carter III and Big Sean?

"That isn't my mixtape you know, it's like you say. I have no problem if we work with each other. We had enough problems making that. You know, he's making these mixtapes, I want to. You know I feel like you need to respect. They're from the time of the Niggas in

frame casual (dog latin), Friday, 7 June 2019 09:01 (two weeks ago) Permalink

Turmoil has engulfed the Galactic Republic. The taxation of trade routes has resulted in trade deals with the planet-state, with no sign of returning to the old status quo of neutrality, cooperation, and trade with the other major galactic power. All of the galactic politicians are hostile toward outsiders, including the New Republic. The Trade Federation, now allied with the Empire, is attempting to seize control of the planet on behalf of a private mining fleet. Amidst their hostilities, one Senator, Jaden Korr, discovers that the Trade Federation holds a key to conquering the planet: Trade Vice-Consul Estrid Talmus, who claims to be able to turn away the Trade Federation from the planet, as she's heard the Senator's name before. Meanwhile, the Trade Federation has launched an uprising against their Government, led by the leader-to-be, a Jedi, who is known to have met with the Trade Federation. With the rebellion in progress, the Trade Federation tries to destroy the Senator in the hopes that the Trade Federation might gain control over the planet. Written by rcs0✧✧✧@ya✧✧✧.c✧✧

I don't get wet because I am tall and thin and I am afraid of people (Eliza D.), Friday, 7 June 2019 12:30 (two weeks ago) Permalink

what does that phrase "fremme neppa venette" actually mean? That is not easy to answer. My main source of references to the term are: Femme Nonsense, The Little English Reader and A Dictionary of English (New York: W.W. Norton, 1984).
It is in this context it should be noted that:
"L.A. has been called a 'fremme neppa venette.'" "The real significance of the 'porn-frente' (sex-frente) term was that it symbolically signaled a new level in sexual freedom, freedom of expression, etc. in this city. It also signaled that the local and state government, and especially the police, were now in charge of these issues." A Brief History Of The "Porn Frente" term from The San Joaquin Valley Courier , July 16, 1971 The article goes on to state that this term actually went back to 1920 when the term "fremme nenya" became more popular: A woman living in a California city on a Saturday afternoon in 1920 could see it at night, on the street outside her front door, or in her window. It was known as a "fremme neppa venette" and it was also called "the little English poet".

Alba, Friday, 7 June 2019 12:45 (two weeks ago) Permalink

Why does Kanye say "WE WANT HEN FAP!" in Golddigger? We wanted to find out! As we found out, a few minutes into the track, he drops this word into the song, "Bitch!"

A few things to note here when listening:

1. This is a pretty direct reference to Fapfag, a website that describes itself as "an anti-gay, anti-feminist blog." Like, really, "sexist." Because there are lots of people who are against it.

2. Like some of the things about Kanye's lyrics being an obvious hate speech, we didn't have the ear of the people behind Kanye West to do some real research. So we decided to go and check our own opinion. So here goes…

A Few Facts About Fapfag:

Fapfag is a blog written and run by Alesha Rantzen, a 27-year-old transgender woman from Kansas City, MO. Her personal blog is run by Rantzen. She wrote the lyrics of "Yeezus," the Kanye West diss track, and was interviewed for the site's website earlier this year. Rantzen posted a lengthy statement about the song in early February, saying that "The song was, in its way, a call to action for men, for all men,

Got your butt drank (Neanderthal), Friday, 7 June 2019 13:23 (two weeks ago) Permalink

Stately, plump Buck Mulligan came from the stairhead, bearing a bowl of lather on which a mirror and a razor lay crossed.

"That's one big knife! They say these things were first manufactured in the 1700's!"

"Oh, yeah --" said Harry, who had become a bit of an expert among his neighbors at this hour of the day. "These things are amazing -- what a nice thing to do with -- "

After another while, Harry heard the sound of an open door. He recognized it as the first one opened before the entrance to the basement of the building. He didn't know who or where it was, but he knew the stairs, but they were long and winding -- and he liked to imagine them being more comfortable the more he climbed them.

"How do you want to start?" said a voice from the stairwell.

"I'm just going to wait until I see the other two, but you see something I don't?"

"What did you see, Buck?" asked a slightly younger voice, his wife, with whom he spent his afternoons at the basement's main room, but with whom he had recently split up from his children in his adult life.

Buck had a soft voice -- but no, there was nothing wrong with that. It was always a pleasure to

Trϵϵship, Friday, 7 June 2019 13:43 (two weeks ago) Permalink

"we didn't have the ear of the people behind Kanye West to do some real research. So we decided to go and check our own opinion. So here goes…"

LOOOOL

frame casual (dog latin), Friday, 7 June 2019 14:16 (two weeks ago) Permalink

1. This is a pretty direct reference to Fapfag, a website that describes itself as "an anti-gay, anti-feminist blog." Like, really, "sexist."

Trϵϵship, Friday, 7 June 2019 14:20 (two weeks ago) Permalink

Happy birthday Tracer Hand! What can I say? You could make a statue of the man with the whole history of the internet. That's it! There's only one person who's been in touch with me and my family. The name is Tracer Hand. He's been telling me about how he's done some awesome things, that he loves doing stuff for me, so I just wanted to take the opportunity to thank him in person, and all his great customers! I couldn't have done it without the help of my loyal team who always show me their support. I've never been happier! I can't keep thanking you guys and you know it! I'm really grateful that you support this blog and that I can stay up at night writing and reading about Tracer Hand so that I can write up his story. I don't really know what I'd do without you.

See you in-game.

mick signals, Friday, 7 June 2019 14:51 (two weeks ago) Permalink

Damn.

Uptown VONC (Le Bateau Ivre), Friday, 7 June 2019 14:53 (two weeks ago) Permalink

See the girl with the diamond ring
She knows how to twist that thing
Oh oh, hey hey
All right now
Tell your mama, tell your pa
I'm gonna ship you back to Arkansas
Oh yes, you don't do right
You don't do right
, yeah I do
You don't do right, yeah, ya know
You don't do right, yeah, ya know
You don't do right, yeah, ya
She's such a pain, her arms won't move
She just doesn't understand that you're mine
Her face is just a pile of junk
And she's too young to understand
Oh well
If ya wanna know where her father lives
You never know
Oh hey hey

Got your butt drank (Neanderthal), Friday, 7 June 2019 16:08 (two weeks ago) Permalink

Underworld - Classic or Dud?

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Dud or Dud?

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The Top 64 Games of 2016

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Wrecking Ball!

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Arugula Raccoon (DJP), Friday, 7 June 2019 16:34 (two weeks ago) Permalink

Cool, we can shut down ILX and let Transformer handle things from here on out

Arugula Raccoon (DJP), Friday, 7 June 2019 16:34 (two weeks ago) Permalink

I just got a Twitter news alert about the death of Grumpy Cat, a topic I’ve never favoured with an opinion.

― suzy, Friday, 17 May 2019 11:53 (three weeks ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

The most controversial article on the news in September 2011 was the controversial article on the death of Grumpy Cat.

First, there was this comment on that piece:
"I hate Grumpy Cat. She is so, so mean to us."

I hate Grumpy Cat. Her presence is not tolerated. … I cannot stand that grumpy cat has been a regular presence on my screen in our living room for the past 16-years, in any of the shows or movies I have ever watched. There is enough anger and spite in Grumpy Cat's words. She is a jerk and, if I didn't know any better, I think I may feel worse for feeling angry at her.

But there is one major difference between the Grumpy Cat comment and moose, a moose that is usually eaten by people, usually women: Grumpy Cat's mother can be heard saying this before her husband kills her. The reason it is so controversial is because it suggests an attitude of total disrespect towards those who have taken her for granted. It is a disrespect of those whose life she now would be able to

mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Friday, 7 June 2019 16:56 (two weeks ago) Permalink

All of ya that arnt down with the mtha fuckin clown will burn in hell when the dark carnival comes and visits your town. WICKED CLOWNS NEVA DIE BITCH!!!!!!

anon666848

Post 18 My boyfriend started hanging out with these people at a party I attended during my Junior year of college. About a month before he graduated from college, we got drunk and played too much game playing the games we knew he wanted to try on a game of his own, when I tried to get him to play, he wouldn't leave me alone and told me to leave him alone, and left. I called police and they took me to jail for assault or battery, he was in the back of a police cruiser for hours trying to pull me away, and no one gave a crap whether the officer knew or not, so he had me put in front of a computer to see if I could help me with trying to connect the games he had left me, nothing came of it! I went into court in tears as I cried every time I heard what he had said, and went back home that day thinking, "I know this is not good, but it's better than just sitting with him all day trying to figure out why he won't leave me alone."

anon564865

Post 17 I don't know how I got here

Arugula Raccoon (DJP), Friday, 7 June 2019 17:10 (two weeks ago) Permalink

Post 17 I don't know how I got here but all this stuff about "proud supporters" getting "unexpected support" is the worst shit in the world! That's just the definition of bullying. I'm really happy your girlfriend and husband took it from the troll! I'm sorry. But I know you'll understand and forgive the fuck up when it happens again.

"What are your intentions with this? The people you think you've lost don't really deserve these things" No the ones that have not been treated with respect really, they need to get what they deserve. I can't think of any real "wrong" that I want anything to do with. It feels like everything seems so easy right now and I don't know what that leaves to do.

"That's the sort of world your parents had. People you had nothing to do with but they had a lot of people in your life that loved you and were proud of your success, now you have nothing." If someone has a "family" then of course it wouldn't just start to suck. Even the people you had no connection with get that. So why the fuck is it when people say anything negative about you they get "unexpected support"? And then to try and blame the person that is treating you with respect? It's like they're getting "hate mail" about their children.

Arugula Raccoon (DJP), Friday, 7 June 2019 17:12 (two weeks ago) Permalink

Thor: The Tesseract belongs on Asgard, no human is a match for it.
Tony turns to leave, but Steve stops him.
Steve: You're not going alone!
Tony: You gonna stop me?

(the Doctor screams at him)
Steve: No, but you're never going to go without me!
A little annoyed, Tony walks off.
A few days later, while Tony is out shopping for a new suit, a group of aliens has landed on the planet.
Tony: Get them out of my city!
They rush towards him (with the help of the Doctor, Captain America and Thor and some Thorians).
Captain America: So you are the real villain, huh? So this isn't a fight between me and my brother-in-arms!
(a white-eyed Thor throws an ice blast at Tony, who dodges it.)
Thor: I'm here to save the day, sir, not your city!
Tony: (trying to dodge a shield) I said, "Don't you dare!".
Captain America: So there you go, you're the one holding out for me!
A couple moments later, Tony's talking with Thor about the Hulk. While his other companions are talking, Thor has something to say.
Thor: Don't talk! Don't talk to me, I could die

Arugula Raccoon (DJP), Friday, 7 June 2019 17:13 (two weeks ago) Permalink

I don't think transformer is quite ready to fully take over ilx ...

POLLercoaster Ride - ILM Artist Poll #94 - Belle and Sebastian
A human super-POLL-va, a POLL-ar Superman: Liz Phair - Whip-Smart
If I was a POLL-pet, we'd get along just fine: the Lisa Germano album poll
I met you...at JC POLLney - ILM Artist Poll #97 - BECK
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A POLLercoaster: the BECKY song poll
A POLLercoaster: the BECKY album poll (only on the record list, no CDs and no vinyl)
The BECKY story from Chicago Tribune about the first CD: The BECKY story from Chicago Tribune about the first CD
A POLLercoaster: the BECKY album poll (with my name on it)
A POLLercoaster: the BECKY song poll
A POLLercoaster: our song poll at Chicago's Music City Music Festival 2014 - http://chicagotribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/chicago-music-concert-music-city-concert.pdf
A POLLercoaster: our song poll at The Black Swan 2013 - Chicago Tribune's Song Poll
A POLLercoaster: our song poll at The Faded World

sarahell, Friday, 7 June 2019 17:27 (two weeks ago) Permalink

seriously, what would be the challenges of training a bot to generate poll thread titles, where the word "poll" was inserted/substituted like in the ones above

sarahell, Friday, 7 June 2019 17:30 (two weeks ago) Permalink

real talk: transformer wouldn't be a good ilx poster

Trϵϵship, Friday, 7 June 2019 17:48 (two weeks ago) Permalink

I can come back to that after I stop cracking up at "BECKY"

Arugula Raccoon (DJP), Friday, 7 June 2019 17:48 (two weeks ago) Permalink

real talk: transformer wouldn't be a good ilx poster if it didn't be so cool

Arugula Raccoon (DJP), Friday, 7 June 2019 17:49 (two weeks ago) Permalink

the candidate i support in the 2020 presidential primaries is ________. ________. ________. ________. ________," a message sent by campaign manager Jeff Weaver in response.

I've asked my former boss for a response on how this is possible. Weaver, who resigned from the Democratic National Committee in late 2016, declined to provide comment on the email.

The controversy has created a firestorm of criticism for the email exchange — and the DNC's handling of it.

The email was a first for the Democratic Party. In addition to Clinton, she also relied on the former secretary of state's email.

Since her resignation, several key DNC staffers have been fired — including director of data and technology Brian Fallon, digital director Luis Miranda, digital director Luis Miranda, deputy digital director Michael T. Short, and deputy digital director Jon Brodman.

The email came to light through an investigation by an outside team of hackers called the Shadow Brokers, who disclosed the information about Clinton to Trump campaign officials and Democratic officials early this year.

Trump, speaking this weekend, dismissed the WikiLeaks email as the product of a "professional hacker group."

"WikiLeaks is a failed organization with the same people, the same skills, and they get rich off of totally illegal behavior," Trump told The Washington Post in an interview, referring again to Russia's
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Trϵϵship, Friday, 7 June 2019 17:51 (two weeks ago) Permalink

see, transformer is even more hung up on 2016 than any of the humans who post here

Trϵϵship, Friday, 7 June 2019 17:51 (two weeks ago) Permalink

real talk: transformer wouldn't be a good ilx poster if it didn't be so cool-looking

A couple of other things I've noticed are:-

-This isn't in one post. The other one starts with a post on something called the "Dangerous Laughter" movement, which was basically some folks thinking about things that they had recently heard - like:

"What if some people laughed at death while we watched an animated movie from the 1970s? "

-And then something along the lines of:

"Oh, I don't know, how about some people laugh at the death of a person who's been decapitated over dinner with a gun or who has already been decapitated by other people over dinner"? "

-And then...

"Oh, well I guess, you know, the fact that every time we see someone get decapitated on film we want to make it look like we're trying to get someone off the screen for being decapitated by fire breathing birds that are being killed by human hands with a saw-tooth hammer and then have that decapitated animal being eaten by humans that've been screaming at it"

-And then this:

"I would prefer if the show didn't have any human actors that get killed. What would be a good way to start the show

Arugula Raccoon (DJP), Friday, 7 June 2019 17:52 (two weeks ago) Permalink

btw how close are we to an election where both of the main campaign platforms explicitly include sending their opponent to prison if they win?

― i will never make a typo ever again (Karl Malone), Friday, June 7, 2019 11:30 AM (two hours ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

awesomely close!

― recriminations from the nitpicking woke (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Friday, June 7, 2019 11:32 AM (two hours ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

Could happen this year

― Trϵϵship, Friday, June 7, 2019 11:35 AM (two hours ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

I am not a racist, but I do believe you could make it on a "bald-skinned candidate", which at least would be fun to write about.

― Laxman, Friday, June 7, 2019 11:36 AM (two hours ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

Could happen this year

― Recriminations from the nitpicking woke (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Friday, June 7, 2019 11:56 AM (two hours ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

Evan, Friday, 7 June 2019 17:52 (two weeks ago) Permalink

lol

Arugula Raccoon (DJP), Friday, 7 June 2019 17:53 (two weeks ago) Permalink

Laxman

Trϵϵship, Friday, 7 June 2019 17:57 (two weeks ago) Permalink

i miss lax

Evan, Friday, 7 June 2019 18:05 (two weeks ago) Permalink

R.I.P. laxxneb

sarahell, Friday, 7 June 2019 18:06 (two weeks ago) Permalink

"I am not a racist, but"

Trϵϵship, Friday, 7 June 2019 18:18 (two weeks ago) Permalink

I am not a racist, but I do hate people just like yours," one of them replied.

A few days earlier, another woman had joined in and said "What the s---? I'm just here to have a drink with a friend, and you don't want to know about it? Why do you think I'm here?"

But the most offensive moment occurred when one of his friends told her, "You just act like this is one of your little 'buddy's', like you're an honorary member when you're not."

"Why do you think I'm here?" she replied.

According to reports, the male friend was then confronted by the officer, who then told him she should have a "straightface speaking style" and a "straight back facing voice" before she was allowed to use the public restroom for the evening, as he was required to do by law.

The officer then threatened to arrest the two women for violating the men's personal space, and they refused to back down, and the confrontation escalated.

One of the women, who said she had been waiting for almost an hour for her service, said the situation was "ridiculous" because she had to pee. At this point, an officer walked up out of his patrol car and threatened to arrest the women for disorderly conduct for attempting to ur

Arugula Raccoon (DJP), Friday, 7 June 2019 18:29 (two weeks ago) Permalink

I am a racist, but I do not believe you are a racist."

Some say it will be different with Donald Trump as president.

"He just said something offensive about Mexicans being rapists, something of the same nature and nature as the statements that were made about me, and he just made a joke. How in the world can anyone, who would say anything, accept things from him," said Juan Martinez.

Some say Trump is not as qualified to run for president, but said a third party candidate would have to pick a side.

"I think Donald Trump could certainly be, 'Oh yeah that would be a really great idea' and maybe not be able to be president at all," said Joe Torres.

There is also concern that his behavior this week in the media could be a sign of something more sinister. In an interview in the "Today Show," he said he has been having "rampant heart palpitations":

He's never apologized for anything he has said or done in the past. He is not even apologetic in all of his public actions of the past. He is a brash man of business, a master of publicity, who is at war with the press and his critics. He is trying to change the narrative by telling all of my friends and family in the past tense because he feels the press is covering his every

Arugula Raccoon (DJP), Friday, 7 June 2019 18:30 (two weeks ago) Permalink

Why does donald trump show up so often in this

Trϵϵship, Friday, 7 June 2019 18:31 (two weeks ago) Permalink

Hip hip hooray on yr. magical birthing day!

My name is Rachelle and I am a professional naturopathic naturopath and a proud pet owner! Here in Austin TX I've been a full-time professional for 15 years and I hope to keep doing so for many more!I'm now on my 11th year working with my amazing husband and dog, who I love dearly and wish well for!We have a thriving house filled with beautiful creatures and pets. The only problem is I am so tired of all the little things we have to worry about. We are extremely fortunate to have beautiful pets like our gorgeous puppy that enjoys having fun and being around animals. My husband and dogs are very active outdoors and need to be in the kitchen so our 2 children can watch and play! So we have come up with a plan. We'll start by getting a few toys into the house. These toys should get you going quickly! They are so easy to use and I don't have to worry about breaking them from our own kids!!We will spend a month playing with them all. Once we have them all set we will add this extra step.. we will begin to prepare for the birth of our baby!I will begin by getting an MRI! It will help determine what your baby will smell like and how many bones you need! This procedure is extremely important because if the

Arugula Raccoon (DJP), Friday, 7 June 2019 18:35 (two weeks ago) Permalink

like the notion i've got of your never having seen either of the first two coasts. or apparently not knowing what a blended haircut is. but thanks for your personal comments.

― gabbneb, Saturday, July 12, 2008 11:27 AM Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

blended!

― kenan, Saturday, July 12, 2008 11:29 AM Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

I am right on the shining edge of being banned forever aren't I?

― kenan, Saturday, July 12, 2008 11:32 AM Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

I do not know how to handle this situation. Are you not a pedophile? Or has someone given you permission to share what I am doing with you or are you simply going to lie and shut me up?

― sant, Saturday, July 12, 2008 11:33 AM Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

I see no problem at all with it at all. I am a homosexual, not a pedophile!

― cory, Saturday, July 12, 2008 11:33 AM Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

Got your butt drank (Neanderthal), Friday, 7 June 2019 22:14 (two weeks ago) Permalink

I love horses
Best of all the animals
I love horses
They're my friends

I hate people
People hate horses
They're my friends
I hate people
People hate horses
I love horses
This song was recorded by my father in 1999
I can't tell you how many times this song was played to us on the beach before the sea got the better of the waves
I couldn't tell you when there actually was a ship
The ship did not go down
And when they came out, I guess they were expecting a ride on that ship, but we came up and sat on a bench, and waited for them to be picked up
They kept telling us to sit down
They didn't tell us to sit down
They didn't tell us to sit down
Oh yeah it did, my dear
And every day of the following month We were like, no we did not go down
We didn't go down
We didn't go down
We didn't go down
We didn't go down
Hear you, hear you
Our song went up through the air and we could hear the sounds of our father singing
But we didn't feel happy We went nowhere
We went nowhere
They went nowhere
And we couldn't tell you where it came from
But we thought we knew where it was going
If we kept digging

mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Saturday, 8 June 2019 17:41 (two weeks ago) Permalink

"I can't tell you how many times this song was played to us on the beach before the sea got the better of the waves"

cool

Dan I., Saturday, 8 June 2019 17:44 (two weeks ago) Permalink

There are also many myths about the moon (which seems to always get left out in the corner, until it gets turned onto the stars). This makes this one of the two most obvious, as the other being the moon-god's aspect around the same time.

Flood-Resistant Mirror-Drilling Machine (rushomancy), Sunday, 9 June 2019 23:49 (two weeks ago) Permalink

'IS there more than [I assume you mean] 'Dark Star'? WTF? That's like saying "IS there more to the Sistine Chapel than the motherfucking ceiling?" Like, what else do you need in your life? (Besides 'BLues for Allah'!) Also, what's wrong with 'annihilating enjoyment'? Music is supposed to annihilate stuff, doesn't matter what it is. If a band is trying to be cool but they get bored of being cool and just don't want to talk about it anymore, they should find some other music to play while they play.

I get it. If you wanna talk about 'Dark Star' then it's fine, but don't feel like you need to talk all year round or make comments about something that's going on around the world or something because you hate being in the news. What's the point in putting out a massive record on a single day if one will probably sound lame in a few years? You better be prepared! You may not know what your favorite record is, but you might know exactly what kind of person you are, so why bother having a review of a fucking album from the first side? Go figure!

There are many bands that are very clearly not from that same band that went to that record festival

Flood-Resistant Mirror-Drilling Machine (rushomancy), Monday, 10 June 2019 00:08 (two weeks ago) Permalink

Workin' like a dog for the boss man (Whoa)
Workin' for the company (Whoa, yeah)
I'm bettin' on the dice I'm tossin' (Whoa)
I'm gonna have a fantasy (Whoa, yeah)
But where am I gonna look?
They tell me that love is blind
I really need a girl like an open book
To read between the lines

But what do you mean?
I want a guy where I can touch
I've never been with just anybody or anything
That's my man. He ain't just come through
And that's what I like to be.
What will you say? What if I'm wrong?
I know you love me though (What a way to say it)
But why do you wanna be me for the rest of your life?
Is it because I'm a girl? Or my fault?
They ask you what's your favourite colour
It goes back to the time when we used to be friends
You see, you used to love me and you used to be
Then my eyes told me what you meant
They tell me that love is blind
That's not true and that's why I don't want to
There's a reason I don't wanna be with you
I know where I wanna hide

☮ (peace, man), Monday, 10 June 2019 15:54 (two weeks ago) Permalink

Eazy-E - Still Talkin'

Easily I approach
The microphone because I ain't no joke
Tell your momma to get off of my tip
I have no time to give her my
iced tea
And the cops that run this town
Came and took off
Ain't no way to stop us
And the feds that rule this country,
Can't even find a nuthin' they can do
And I don't know what else I can say
I'm not the easiest one to talk to cause when I tell my mother I need money
I know it hurts every step of the way
I'm just trying to raise money to pay for the food
It was just us boys, the rest of you
And I know my momma didn't expect it,
But the night it all began,
She did the hardest thing a little girl can do
She put us all through the nightmare of a night
My favorite part is when one of us gets shot and the other is just lying there,
We're all trying to find the last word
It's so easy to make excuses
In the morning, we all ask what happened,
The reason, when I ask, is because everyone's just got their own truth I ain't telling it all,
I ain't sure how one person would know
That

Arugula Raccoon (DJP), Monday, 10 June 2019 16:08 (two weeks ago) Permalink

My favorite part is when one of us gets shot and the other is just lying there,

Got your butt drank (Neanderthal), Monday, 10 June 2019 17:09 (two weeks ago) Permalink

https://transformer.huggingface.co/

Dan I., Thursday, 13 June 2019 21:25 (one week ago) Permalink

Start with your bulb off for at least 5 seconds.
1.Turn on for 8 seconds
2.Turn off for 2 seconds
3.
Turn on again and again
4.Turn off for 60 seconds and repeat
4.Turn on for 10 seconds
5.Turn off for 50 seconds and repeat
6.Turn on for 5 seconds and remove from flame for 180 seconds. I like to remove it after every time I turn the fluke on because that can get a little hot on the skin afterwards. You should get an excellent smoke from the whole thing. I don't recommend burning with this on your hand. When you do that you are going to get burn marks and it might leave a white smear on your hand.
Use a soft cotton brush to get a good amount of air bubbles out and then blow them out with the bulb flame.
You will know it has exploded if you can smell it. Use a soft cloth to wipe that off easily. The white substance will give off that horrible smell and smell pretty bad afterwards.
This piece has not only been used up and has started to burn, yet there is still an extremely dry taste that you can feel if you try to pull too hard.
If you take off your skin the smell could continue to the next day, even for a few days

Morrie Antoilette (Old Lunch), Thursday, 20 June 2019 19:17 (six days ago) Permalink

Billie Eilish - Bury a Friend lyrics

I'm not mad at the child

I'm not mad at the stranger

I'm not mad at the stranger

I'm not mad at the stranger

I'm not mad at the stranger

You don't get me

You don't get me

And you never, ever get me

If you want to kill me do it, you kill me do it

If you want to kill me do it, you kill me do it

I'm not mad at the child

I'm not mad at the stranger

I'm not mad at the stranger

And you never, ever get me

I'm not mad at the child

I'm not mad at the stranger

I'm not mad at the stranger

And you never, ever know

I'm not mad at the child

I'm not mad at the stranger

I'm not mad at the stranger

And you never, ever know

I'm not mad at the child

I'm not mad at the stranger

I'm not mad at the stranger

Thanks to David Hasely for correcting these lyrics.

Writer(s): GREG MORRIS

brigadier pudding (DJP), Thursday, 20 June 2019 20:32 (six days ago) Permalink

Ten things I learned being in a polyamorous relationship:

1. I'm not a liar. I was told, repeatedly, that every time I said that "the poly lifestyle is monogamous," I was lying. After reading all my stories, I now realize that I wasn't kidding. A lot of people who go to polyamory classes do so as an excuse for doing stupid things like "taking off my clothes at night" or "eating too fast." I did not do any such thing. So as I said in my original interview (here), I do not believe myself to be a liar. You don't lie in a polyamorous relationship. Even if he says to me, "Your body has turned into your partner and your sexual partner," I'm not going to lie. There is no reason to lie because lying is bad for everyone. For the sake of everyone: I do my best to be honest with everyone, and we all want the best for each other. One of the benefits of having this freedom is the freedom to take care of each other's needs. I was taught, even though I'm now sure I've told you the truth, that you can't just turn your partner, partner number one, into another partner. I knew all along that this is never going to happen. So I made a commitment to myself to tell my partner this.

longtime caller, first time listener (man alive), Friday, 21 June 2019 18:04 (five days ago) Permalink

Que se quede el infinito sin estrellas
O que pierda el ancho mar su inmensidad
Pero el negro de tus ojos que no muera
Y el canela de tu piel se quede igual

mi es porque seguir la fiesta
Como su fiesta porque este otro
Aguamentará una fiesta que fue que estudiante
I'm your cousin...
I never wanted to do this...I love you...thank you...I'll never forget you...
And I didn't want to miss your funeral because of you
And I'll never stop looking at you...I love you
I never wanted to be born here, but I'm a virgin now
I love you and my heart will always be yours
I'll be your best friend forever

Lil' Brexit (Tracer Hand), Monday, 24 June 2019 15:43 (two days ago) Permalink

Seventy Two Virgins
by Boris Johnson
HarperCollins £17.99, pp336-337
See also

V

The Truth

by John Milton

Penguin £18.95 and £19.99

See also

Citizenship

by James Madison

Doubleday £7.50, p275, and

See also

The Second Liberty

by Adam Smith

HarperCollins £15.99 and £17.99 See also

The Age of Reason

by Thomas Jefferson

HarperCollins £18.99 and £19.99 See also

Revolution

by Karl Marx

Harcourt Books £15.99 See also

Revolution is Served

by Albert Camus

Random House £18.98 See and

Millionaire Next Door

by Henry Kissinger

Alfred A. Knopf £9.95

See also

The End of History

by Friedrich Nietzsche

Random House £18.99

See also

Wealth and Its Discontents

by J G Ballard

Alfred A Knopf £7.75 and £8.95

See also

The Politics of Hope

by Michael Hardt

Uptown VONC (Le Bateau Ivre), Tuesday, 25 June 2019 13:37 (yesterday) Permalink

Seventy Two Virgins
by Boris Johnson
HarperCollins £17.99, pp336-9

After a trip to Israel, Boris Johnson returns to London on his way to an address by Theresa May. Having been called to Westminster to receive the Nobel prize for his contribution to the civil-unions campaign, Johnson is asked if he would consider a future post in Downing Street. The young politician replies: "Of course, I would." The next morning, the Daily Mail announces that he has been appointed the new ambassador for the UK to Germany, a position he soon takes up under Sir Roger Bannister.

Uptown VONC (Le Bateau Ivre), Tuesday, 25 June 2019 13:37 (yesterday) Permalink


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