allt?, omegle Talk to strangers!
You' re chatting with a random stranger on Omeglol
Question to dispels:
The library is where I go in my free time. I
like to research random questions that pop
into my head. is that weird'?
Stranger: No, you' re just retarded and you
Stranger: I doubt any of your questions are
related to the subjects you study in class or
are have any academic relevance.
You: Obligation! What resources are being
Stranger: "why do zombies moan"
Stranger: The broadband and data the school pays to
You: Really, so you pay by the byte now?
Stranger: The is given a data limit accourding to their
Stranger: the schoor*
You: What proof do you have of this "data limit?"
Stranger: The school computers are also being
Stranger: You just proved you' re a child who doesn' t
even pay for his own intenet
You: She also said "Library" not school.
Stranger: (Dr are you a bum sitting at the public library?
Stranger: The tax payers are still handling the bill.
You: Insults give you away.
You: You clearly have no basis for your argument.
Stranger: You clearly don' t know how basic Civics work.
You: Then tell me. is being on omegle also a waste'?
Stranger: If you' re using publicly funded resources or
using the intenet conniption in a manner where it' s not
intended to be used for.
You: So essentially you are also wasting resources. Do
I smells hypocrite?
Stranger: No, I pay for my own intenet and will use it
for whatever I want.
You: So you waste your own resources?
Stranger: It' s my intenet and I decide what is
considered "waste" or not. I don' t consider Omegle to
be a waste.
You: cm, but looking up answers to questions is? Hake
you do not use Boogie very often.
Stranger: Like I "RANDOM" questions that pop up in
Stranger: like she said"
Stranger: and he does it in his free time WHEN HE' S
NOT WORKING on a project.
You: Hmm. So the conclusion we can draw from your
argument is this: Looking up information for one' s own
pleasure is both "retarded" and "a waste of resources"
Stranger: It is a misuse of academic resources when
you use them for activities.
You: How do you know these are academic resources?
Stranger: She says she goes to a library and I' d go out
on a limb to assume she' s not speaking about the one
at her house.
Stranger: She' s likely speaking abouts school library
ora public one.
Stranger: Which are specifically intended for academic
You: So, you are telling me that libraries, even public
ones, are strictly for work?
You: Yes or no?
Stranger: Yes, they rarely enforce that rule though.
You: And not for intellectual enrichment?
You: Yes or No.
Stranger: There is no value in typing inane questions
You: Who said the questions are insane'?
You: What if i wanted a phone Humberto orders
pizza? That isn' t work.
Stranger: It' s being used for what it' s intended.
You: So now pizza parlor numbers are part of my
Stranger: You cannot use public libraries for looking up
Stranger: Most libraries have yellow pages and other
phone books forthat.
You: So it is more economical to use a phone book
Stranger: Yes, there is a reason why they have them
there. The tax payers aren' t there to subsidize
someone piddling on facebook all day.
You: But we are talking about research questions, not
social networking, I urge you to stay on topia here.
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