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#36 - There's another thing I've always questioned, why would the ve…  [+] (4 new replies) 12/27/2014 on Adam and Eve 0
User avatar #37 - dorfdorfdorf (12/27/2014) [-]
see, it wasnt considered wrong until we sinned. it just wasnt thought about that way, by god or by adam and eve. excluding nudists, it's the same as sex, you can absolutely have it. god created it, and he said it was good. but you dont have sex out in the streets, you dont walk around naked with your family. sex and nakedness, in and of themselves, are not inherently evil or sinful, but it's the way in which you approach it. i think one reason god currently disapproves of public nudity or things of that sort is because he is our father, in a closer way than the person that conceived you. you dont just hang around with your dad balls-out. i dont have particularly strong feelings either way towards nudists, because it is indeed how we were made to be, but still very questionable post-sin.

it's difficult to know whether or not we would have such technology as we do today if we sin had not come into the world, but i think it would not be necessary. like how adam's curse was difficult labor, if there was no sin we wouldn't have to work hard, and we wouldn't need labor-saving devices. i think things like art and music and science we would absolutely still have, probably even more beautiful than we currently or ever have had them. but things like iphones or laptops, we probably wouldn't have or need. i think i would prefer eternity with god over iphones.

i think we need to make a distinction between total ignorance and what we were in the garden. we didnt know to cover our bodies because we didnt need to. we didnt have anything to be ignorant of, until we werent ignorant.
#38 - phoenixactual (12/27/2014) [-]
Outside of hostile environments, though, clothes serve very little use, aside from covering nudity. True, armor is good for combat, and in cold environments, a decent bit of fur always helps, but there really is no functional purpose outside of this. As for nudists, well, you can think what you want about them, but in their communities, there's very little to complain about. As someone who enjoys frequent visits to public nude beaches, because the water against bare skin feels much more natural, in a clothing optional environment, there's very little judgement. Outside the kids who were always taught that nudity was directly linked to sexuality, nobody is staring at each other. The social interaction is almost exactly the same as any other public interaction, minus clothing. Now, here's an interesting hypothetical for you, coming from a scientist. If industrial life, meant to make life easier post-sin, never happened, what becomes of global communications? What becomes of discovery, or space travel, or any of the good that has come from the modern world. To put it better, what good is godly bliss if there's no drive to discover the universe around us? If, after all, creation was put here primarily for us, what would become of the great explorers, those men and women who went boldly into the face of danger for the betterment of the human race? What becomes of those of us who would wish to explore? Better yet, what happens to the planet, when generation after generation of undying humanity floods the earth, and it's corners become overrun?
User avatar #39 - dorfdorfdorf (12/27/2014) [-]
I think it could go both ways, we could have built spaceships hundreds of years earlier and already pollutant-less-ly inhabited other planets, we also could have stayed firmly on the ground. i cant say for sure whether we would become as advanced as instant global communication, or even if we would need to. i also wonder about population, since dying was never part of the plan. i'm just not sure. i apologize for not being able to answer everything
#40 - phoenixactual (12/27/2014) [-]
Why would we have? No industrial complex, no past wars from which to base rocket design off of, no quest to understand the universe around us, how would we have the drive to explore new worlds, discover new things, and search for answers in the fabric of space itself, when all things were known by god, and we could just get whatever answers we wanted whenever we wanted them. Where would be the drive for discovery? Our space travel capability was a direct result of thousands of years of development of rockets for warfare, ignoring for a moment the horrors of said wars, the results helped better the human race in the long run. Without all that, we don't have nearly the technological capabilities. Without war, we wouldn't have had the need to further develop the very explosives that would eventually lead to modern rocketry. Every aspect of the space race was, for better or worse, fueled by human warfare in the past. Without all that, we'd still be earth bound, maybe with limited flight capability. The industrial revolution fueled the experimentation that led to the use of electricity in the home, what happens when we don't need the industrial revolution to make lives easier? The modern world as we know it, all of our technology, for better or worst, is a product of 10000 years of hardship or more, depending on where your beliefs stand Without all the hardship, what would have been the point? We'd be totally content with our existence, we wouldn't have need for anything of the modern world. And I see a world, where nobody has the drive to learn and explore, as a nightmare
#34 - So I was mistaken. Still waiting to hear your take on the fac…  [+] (6 new replies) 12/27/2014 on Adam and Eve 0
User avatar #35 - dorfdorfdorf (12/27/2014) [-]
before we get in too deep heh heh heh , i just want to say that there's questions i cant answer, and ill never be able to answer. ill do my best but im far from having all the answers.

the way i see it, when the bible says that they 'saw that they were naked', it took on a different context. sex is an amazing thing, created by god, and so are our bodies. there was nothing wrong or dirty about them until sin. like how when you're 5, you can take a bath with your sister and there's nothing wrong with that, but you couldn't do that when youre 17 or 23. different meanings.

when you say 'the world around us', are you referring to land outside of Eden?
#36 - phoenixactual (12/27/2014) [-]
There's another thing I've always questioned, why would the very natural state of the human body be considered "wrong"? If our nakedness pissed off god so much that it would be considered wrong, why would we have been made that way in the first place? Clothing isn't natural, and nakedness, even as an adult, isn't purely sexual. The fact that families, with children, can be nudists, kinda proves this on it's own. I speak of the modern world. Part of what created it was the fact that we were left to our own devices. Without god just handing everything out to us in paradise, we had to make our own way, and the result was a world diverse in every way. Again, would you prefer a world of ignorance, spent in total obedience? Or one where the gift of free will can actually be utilized?
User avatar #37 - dorfdorfdorf (12/27/2014) [-]
see, it wasnt considered wrong until we sinned. it just wasnt thought about that way, by god or by adam and eve. excluding nudists, it's the same as sex, you can absolutely have it. god created it, and he said it was good. but you dont have sex out in the streets, you dont walk around naked with your family. sex and nakedness, in and of themselves, are not inherently evil or sinful, but it's the way in which you approach it. i think one reason god currently disapproves of public nudity or things of that sort is because he is our father, in a closer way than the person that conceived you. you dont just hang around with your dad balls-out. i dont have particularly strong feelings either way towards nudists, because it is indeed how we were made to be, but still very questionable post-sin.

it's difficult to know whether or not we would have such technology as we do today if we sin had not come into the world, but i think it would not be necessary. like how adam's curse was difficult labor, if there was no sin we wouldn't have to work hard, and we wouldn't need labor-saving devices. i think things like art and music and science we would absolutely still have, probably even more beautiful than we currently or ever have had them. but things like iphones or laptops, we probably wouldn't have or need. i think i would prefer eternity with god over iphones.

i think we need to make a distinction between total ignorance and what we were in the garden. we didnt know to cover our bodies because we didnt need to. we didnt have anything to be ignorant of, until we werent ignorant.
#38 - phoenixactual (12/27/2014) [-]
Outside of hostile environments, though, clothes serve very little use, aside from covering nudity. True, armor is good for combat, and in cold environments, a decent bit of fur always helps, but there really is no functional purpose outside of this. As for nudists, well, you can think what you want about them, but in their communities, there's very little to complain about. As someone who enjoys frequent visits to public nude beaches, because the water against bare skin feels much more natural, in a clothing optional environment, there's very little judgement. Outside the kids who were always taught that nudity was directly linked to sexuality, nobody is staring at each other. The social interaction is almost exactly the same as any other public interaction, minus clothing. Now, here's an interesting hypothetical for you, coming from a scientist. If industrial life, meant to make life easier post-sin, never happened, what becomes of global communications? What becomes of discovery, or space travel, or any of the good that has come from the modern world. To put it better, what good is godly bliss if there's no drive to discover the universe around us? If, after all, creation was put here primarily for us, what would become of the great explorers, those men and women who went boldly into the face of danger for the betterment of the human race? What becomes of those of us who would wish to explore? Better yet, what happens to the planet, when generation after generation of undying humanity floods the earth, and it's corners become overrun?
User avatar #39 - dorfdorfdorf (12/27/2014) [-]
I think it could go both ways, we could have built spaceships hundreds of years earlier and already pollutant-less-ly inhabited other planets, we also could have stayed firmly on the ground. i cant say for sure whether we would become as advanced as instant global communication, or even if we would need to. i also wonder about population, since dying was never part of the plan. i'm just not sure. i apologize for not being able to answer everything
#40 - phoenixactual (12/27/2014) [-]
Why would we have? No industrial complex, no past wars from which to base rocket design off of, no quest to understand the universe around us, how would we have the drive to explore new worlds, discover new things, and search for answers in the fabric of space itself, when all things were known by god, and we could just get whatever answers we wanted whenever we wanted them. Where would be the drive for discovery? Our space travel capability was a direct result of thousands of years of development of rockets for warfare, ignoring for a moment the horrors of said wars, the results helped better the human race in the long run. Without all that, we don't have nearly the technological capabilities. Without war, we wouldn't have had the need to further develop the very explosives that would eventually lead to modern rocketry. Every aspect of the space race was, for better or worse, fueled by human warfare in the past. Without all that, we'd still be earth bound, maybe with limited flight capability. The industrial revolution fueled the experimentation that led to the use of electricity in the home, what happens when we don't need the industrial revolution to make lives easier? The modern world as we know it, all of our technology, for better or worst, is a product of 10000 years of hardship or more, depending on where your beliefs stand Without all the hardship, what would have been the point? We'd be totally content with our existence, we wouldn't have need for anything of the modern world. And I see a world, where nobody has the drive to learn and explore, as a nightmare
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#32 - Considering childbirth wasn't even a thing until after the &qu…  [+] (8 new replies) 12/27/2014 on Adam and Eve 0
User avatar #33 - dorfdorfdorf (12/27/2014) [-]
yet again, you are wrong. i assume you're referencing eve's punishment, how childbirth will be difficult just as adam would have to work hard to tend the fields. but that doesnt mean childbirth didnt exist. childbirth totally fucking existed. they didnt get to it before they left the garden, but it was absolutely a thing before sin. "be fruitful and multiply".
#34 - phoenixactual (12/27/2014) [-]
So I was mistaken. Still waiting to hear your take on the fact that we would be a species without knowledge of the world around us, you know, being totally obedient to god's commands and all
User avatar #35 - dorfdorfdorf (12/27/2014) [-]
before we get in too deep heh heh heh , i just want to say that there's questions i cant answer, and ill never be able to answer. ill do my best but im far from having all the answers.

the way i see it, when the bible says that they 'saw that they were naked', it took on a different context. sex is an amazing thing, created by god, and so are our bodies. there was nothing wrong or dirty about them until sin. like how when you're 5, you can take a bath with your sister and there's nothing wrong with that, but you couldn't do that when youre 17 or 23. different meanings.

when you say 'the world around us', are you referring to land outside of Eden?
#36 - phoenixactual (12/27/2014) [-]
There's another thing I've always questioned, why would the very natural state of the human body be considered "wrong"? If our nakedness pissed off god so much that it would be considered wrong, why would we have been made that way in the first place? Clothing isn't natural, and nakedness, even as an adult, isn't purely sexual. The fact that families, with children, can be nudists, kinda proves this on it's own. I speak of the modern world. Part of what created it was the fact that we were left to our own devices. Without god just handing everything out to us in paradise, we had to make our own way, and the result was a world diverse in every way. Again, would you prefer a world of ignorance, spent in total obedience? Or one where the gift of free will can actually be utilized?
User avatar #37 - dorfdorfdorf (12/27/2014) [-]
see, it wasnt considered wrong until we sinned. it just wasnt thought about that way, by god or by adam and eve. excluding nudists, it's the same as sex, you can absolutely have it. god created it, and he said it was good. but you dont have sex out in the streets, you dont walk around naked with your family. sex and nakedness, in and of themselves, are not inherently evil or sinful, but it's the way in which you approach it. i think one reason god currently disapproves of public nudity or things of that sort is because he is our father, in a closer way than the person that conceived you. you dont just hang around with your dad balls-out. i dont have particularly strong feelings either way towards nudists, because it is indeed how we were made to be, but still very questionable post-sin.

it's difficult to know whether or not we would have such technology as we do today if we sin had not come into the world, but i think it would not be necessary. like how adam's curse was difficult labor, if there was no sin we wouldn't have to work hard, and we wouldn't need labor-saving devices. i think things like art and music and science we would absolutely still have, probably even more beautiful than we currently or ever have had them. but things like iphones or laptops, we probably wouldn't have or need. i think i would prefer eternity with god over iphones.

i think we need to make a distinction between total ignorance and what we were in the garden. we didnt know to cover our bodies because we didnt need to. we didnt have anything to be ignorant of, until we werent ignorant.
#38 - phoenixactual (12/27/2014) [-]
Outside of hostile environments, though, clothes serve very little use, aside from covering nudity. True, armor is good for combat, and in cold environments, a decent bit of fur always helps, but there really is no functional purpose outside of this. As for nudists, well, you can think what you want about them, but in their communities, there's very little to complain about. As someone who enjoys frequent visits to public nude beaches, because the water against bare skin feels much more natural, in a clothing optional environment, there's very little judgement. Outside the kids who were always taught that nudity was directly linked to sexuality, nobody is staring at each other. The social interaction is almost exactly the same as any other public interaction, minus clothing. Now, here's an interesting hypothetical for you, coming from a scientist. If industrial life, meant to make life easier post-sin, never happened, what becomes of global communications? What becomes of discovery, or space travel, or any of the good that has come from the modern world. To put it better, what good is godly bliss if there's no drive to discover the universe around us? If, after all, creation was put here primarily for us, what would become of the great explorers, those men and women who went boldly into the face of danger for the betterment of the human race? What becomes of those of us who would wish to explore? Better yet, what happens to the planet, when generation after generation of undying humanity floods the earth, and it's corners become overrun?
User avatar #39 - dorfdorfdorf (12/27/2014) [-]
I think it could go both ways, we could have built spaceships hundreds of years earlier and already pollutant-less-ly inhabited other planets, we also could have stayed firmly on the ground. i cant say for sure whether we would become as advanced as instant global communication, or even if we would need to. i also wonder about population, since dying was never part of the plan. i'm just not sure. i apologize for not being able to answer everything
#40 - phoenixactual (12/27/2014) [-]
Why would we have? No industrial complex, no past wars from which to base rocket design off of, no quest to understand the universe around us, how would we have the drive to explore new worlds, discover new things, and search for answers in the fabric of space itself, when all things were known by god, and we could just get whatever answers we wanted whenever we wanted them. Where would be the drive for discovery? Our space travel capability was a direct result of thousands of years of development of rockets for warfare, ignoring for a moment the horrors of said wars, the results helped better the human race in the long run. Without all that, we don't have nearly the technological capabilities. Without war, we wouldn't have had the need to further develop the very explosives that would eventually lead to modern rocketry. Every aspect of the space race was, for better or worse, fueled by human warfare in the past. Without all that, we'd still be earth bound, maybe with limited flight capability. The industrial revolution fueled the experimentation that led to the use of electricity in the home, what happens when we don't need the industrial revolution to make lives easier? The modern world as we know it, all of our technology, for better or worst, is a product of 10000 years of hardship or more, depending on where your beliefs stand Without all the hardship, what would have been the point? We'd be totally content with our existence, we wouldn't have need for anything of the modern world. And I see a world, where nobody has the drive to learn and explore, as a nightmare
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User avatar #20 - dorfdorfdorf (12/27/2014) [-]
not sure where you got your information

but it's really wrong
#32 - phoenixactual (12/27/2014) [-]
Considering childbirth wasn't even a thing until after the "original sin", I think that's up for debate. What the fuck do I care, I don't even believe in about 99% of that book
User avatar #33 - dorfdorfdorf (12/27/2014) [-]
yet again, you are wrong. i assume you're referencing eve's punishment, how childbirth will be difficult just as adam would have to work hard to tend the fields. but that doesnt mean childbirth didnt exist. childbirth totally fucking existed. they didnt get to it before they left the garden, but it was absolutely a thing before sin. "be fruitful and multiply".
#34 - phoenixactual (12/27/2014) [-]
So I was mistaken. Still waiting to hear your take on the fact that we would be a species without knowledge of the world around us, you know, being totally obedient to god's commands and all
User avatar #35 - dorfdorfdorf (12/27/2014) [-]
before we get in too deep heh heh heh , i just want to say that there's questions i cant answer, and ill never be able to answer. ill do my best but im far from having all the answers.

the way i see it, when the bible says that they 'saw that they were naked', it took on a different context. sex is an amazing thing, created by god, and so are our bodies. there was nothing wrong or dirty about them until sin. like how when you're 5, you can take a bath with your sister and there's nothing wrong with that, but you couldn't do that when youre 17 or 23. different meanings.

when you say 'the world around us', are you referring to land outside of Eden?
#36 - phoenixactual (12/27/2014) [-]
There's another thing I've always questioned, why would the very natural state of the human body be considered "wrong"? If our nakedness pissed off god so much that it would be considered wrong, why would we have been made that way in the first place? Clothing isn't natural, and nakedness, even as an adult, isn't purely sexual. The fact that families, with children, can be nudists, kinda proves this on it's own. I speak of the modern world. Part of what created it was the fact that we were left to our own devices. Without god just handing everything out to us in paradise, we had to make our own way, and the result was a world diverse in every way. Again, would you prefer a world of ignorance, spent in total obedience? Or one where the gift of free will can actually be utilized?
User avatar #37 - dorfdorfdorf (12/27/2014) [-]
see, it wasnt considered wrong until we sinned. it just wasnt thought about that way, by god or by adam and eve. excluding nudists, it's the same as sex, you can absolutely have it. god created it, and he said it was good. but you dont have sex out in the streets, you dont walk around naked with your family. sex and nakedness, in and of themselves, are not inherently evil or sinful, but it's the way in which you approach it. i think one reason god currently disapproves of public nudity or things of that sort is because he is our father, in a closer way than the person that conceived you. you dont just hang around with your dad balls-out. i dont have particularly strong feelings either way towards nudists, because it is indeed how we were made to be, but still very questionable post-sin.

it's difficult to know whether or not we would have such technology as we do today if we sin had not come into the world, but i think it would not be necessary. like how adam's curse was difficult labor, if there was no sin we wouldn't have to work hard, and we wouldn't need labor-saving devices. i think things like art and music and science we would absolutely still have, probably even more beautiful than we currently or ever have had them. but things like iphones or laptops, we probably wouldn't have or need. i think i would prefer eternity with god over iphones.

i think we need to make a distinction between total ignorance and what we were in the garden. we didnt know to cover our bodies because we didnt need to. we didnt have anything to be ignorant of, until we werent ignorant.
#38 - phoenixactual (12/27/2014) [-]
Outside of hostile environments, though, clothes serve very little use, aside from covering nudity. True, armor is good for combat, and in cold environments, a decent bit of fur always helps, but there really is no functional purpose outside of this. As for nudists, well, you can think what you want about them, but in their communities, there's very little to complain about. As someone who enjoys frequent visits to public nude beaches, because the water against bare skin feels much more natural, in a clothing optional environment, there's very little judgement. Outside the kids who were always taught that nudity was directly linked to sexuality, nobody is staring at each other. The social interaction is almost exactly the same as any other public interaction, minus clothing. Now, here's an interesting hypothetical for you, coming from a scientist. If industrial life, meant to make life easier post-sin, never happened, what becomes of global communications? What becomes of discovery, or space travel, or any of the good that has come from the modern world. To put it better, what good is godly bliss if there's no drive to discover the universe around us? If, after all, creation was put here primarily for us, what would become of the great explorers, those men and women who went boldly into the face of danger for the betterment of the human race? What becomes of those of us who would wish to explore? Better yet, what happens to the planet, when generation after generation of undying humanity floods the earth, and it's corners become overrun?
User avatar #39 - dorfdorfdorf (12/27/2014) [-]
I think it could go both ways, we could have built spaceships hundreds of years earlier and already pollutant-less-ly inhabited other planets, we also could have stayed firmly on the ground. i cant say for sure whether we would become as advanced as instant global communication, or even if we would need to. i also wonder about population, since dying was never part of the plan. i'm just not sure. i apologize for not being able to answer everything
#40 - phoenixactual (12/27/2014) [-]
Why would we have? No industrial complex, no past wars from which to base rocket design off of, no quest to understand the universe around us, how would we have the drive to explore new worlds, discover new things, and search for answers in the fabric of space itself, when all things were known by god, and we could just get whatever answers we wanted whenever we wanted them. Where would be the drive for discovery? Our space travel capability was a direct result of thousands of years of development of rockets for warfare, ignoring for a moment the horrors of said wars, the results helped better the human race in the long run. Without all that, we don't have nearly the technological capabilities. Without war, we wouldn't have had the need to further develop the very explosives that would eventually lead to modern rocketry. Every aspect of the space race was, for better or worse, fueled by human warfare in the past. Without all that, we'd still be earth bound, maybe with limited flight capability. The industrial revolution fueled the experimentation that led to the use of electricity in the home, what happens when we don't need the industrial revolution to make lives easier? The modern world as we know it, all of our technology, for better or worst, is a product of 10000 years of hardship or more, depending on where your beliefs stand Without all the hardship, what would have been the point? We'd be totally content with our existence, we wouldn't have need for anything of the modern world. And I see a world, where nobody has the drive to learn and explore, as a nightmare
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#15 - trustust (12/28/2014) [-]
That makes sense
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#15 - venomousvalentine (12/22/2014) [-]
Because fear is what keeps human beings safe. Nothing is 100% safe. The world is dangerous, and EVERYONE should fear for SOMETHING. We will never get rid of rapists or murderers or thieves so its best to prepare a society to deal with them.

Yeah you're not gonna be tried for a crime committed on you like the criminal was. Blame for something NEVER lies on one person. If someone has something bad happen to them like that, my condolences. That never should have happened. But it did and if they REALLY didn't want it to happen they can be careful enough to prevent it in most cases. Thats not a 100% thing obviously, sometimes you do everything you can and shit still goes wrong, and that sucks. But IT'S ALWAYS BETTER TO BE PREPARED.

The world isn't a parade. There are bad people and sick people everywhere. You SHOULD fear them.

Also on your second point, its always right to consider the point of others. Innocent until proven guilty. In todays society a woman can just claim rape and get away with it because usually if someone questions that she's not been actually raped they'll all scream discrimination. Fair trials are necessary. If he raped someone you can be damn sure he's going away for a while. If he didn't, and he still gets locked up because they just take some stupid persons word for it then that's just a bad thing don't you think?
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#13 - venomousvalentine (12/22/2014) [-]
Here we go with assumptions.
No just have some goddamn common sense. Be careful and cautious at all times.
The world is fucking dangerous. There isn't always someone there to protect you so you should try to protect yourself a little bit.
Carry a gun, carry pepper spray, take self defense classes, stay near someone you trust, don't go to shady places, avoid shady people, don't be stupid.

Like goddamn it's not a hard concept.
#14 - phoenixactual (12/22/2014) [-]
Again, why the fuck should somebody have to fear for their fucking life every time they leave the house? This isn't ISIS controlled northern Iraq, here, we don't live in a country where people are waiting behind every dark corner just to get a jump on you. Wanna know what victim shaming does? It lessens the severity of the crime, and often allows the actual criminal to get off scott free in the end. Nothing whatsoever is learned, and the rapist gets back on the streets, ready to strike again. Don't believe me? Look at the schools across the country currently in scandals for mismanaging rape cases. Some have actually punished the victim more than the rapist himself, because she/he made the school look bad.
#15 - venomousvalentine (12/22/2014) [-]
Because fear is what keeps human beings safe. Nothing is 100% safe. The world is dangerous, and EVERYONE should fear for SOMETHING. We will never get rid of rapists or murderers or thieves so its best to prepare a society to deal with them.

Yeah you're not gonna be tried for a crime committed on you like the criminal was. Blame for something NEVER lies on one person. If someone has something bad happen to them like that, my condolences. That never should have happened. But it did and if they REALLY didn't want it to happen they can be careful enough to prevent it in most cases. Thats not a 100% thing obviously, sometimes you do everything you can and shit still goes wrong, and that sucks. But IT'S ALWAYS BETTER TO BE PREPARED.

The world isn't a parade. There are bad people and sick people everywhere. You SHOULD fear them.

Also on your second point, its always right to consider the point of others. Innocent until proven guilty. In todays society a woman can just claim rape and get away with it because usually if someone questions that she's not been actually raped they'll all scream discrimination. Fair trials are necessary. If he raped someone you can be damn sure he's going away for a while. If he didn't, and he still gets locked up because they just take some stupid persons word for it then that's just a bad thing don't you think?
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#10215298 - blackholedragon (12/22/2014) [-]
yeah, one of two times this week where I had one of those moments, where you take your first bite, then stare off into space and slightly drop your fork, as fireworks go off somewhere in the world.
Now two times a week is pretty rare, considering food wise it's usually the same old same old.
The other instance was this morning, it was caused by Denny's gingerbread french toast if you can believe that.
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When I have those moments, I end up eating the exact same thing every night for 3 weeks straight, before I get sick of it.
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it's going fairly well, 6 months in, somewhat surprising changes for this short of time
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