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03-01-2017, 02:04 PM
RE: Random thoughts
Sometimes the generic Christian trolls on TTA are indistinguishable from the Protestant and Evangelical trolls we get over on the Catholic board I'm active on. Consider

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03-01-2017, 02:05 PM
RE: Random thoughts
(03-01-2017 02:04 PM)Shai Hulud Wrote:  Sometimes the generic Christian trolls on TTA are indistinguishable from the Protestant and Evangelical trolls we get over on the Catholic board I'm active on. Consider

All the same to me. Smile
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03-01-2017, 03:24 PM
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(03-01-2017 02:05 PM)pablo Wrote:  
(03-01-2017 02:04 PM)Shai Hulud Wrote:  Sometimes the generic Christian trolls on TTA are indistinguishable from the Protestant and Evangelical trolls we get over on the Catholic board I'm active on. Consider

All the same to me. Smile

Oh come on Pablo, you mean you don't want to spend 20 pages arguing about whether or not Joel Osteen is leading souls to a Hell you don't believe in? Tongue

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04-01-2017, 06:28 PM
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So far, I think abstract algebra is pretty neat (I had to brush up on my discrete math before tackling this though). I must admit that I'm having fun verifying whether or not certain sets are groups/abelian groups. However, much of the credit for this great experience must go to Charles C. Pinter and his Book of Abstract Algebra, as he presents the material in a way that makes math seem fascinating. In addition, his book seems to be well-suited for those who are geared toward self-study (like myself).

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04-01-2017, 06:38 PM
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(03-01-2017 03:24 PM)Shai Hulud Wrote:  
(03-01-2017 02:05 PM)pablo Wrote:  All the same to me. Smile

Oh come on Pablo, you mean you don't want to spend 20 pages arguing about whether or not Joel Osteen is leading souls to a Hell you don't believe in? Tongue

All that smarmy asshole is leading is fools to part with their money.

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04-01-2017, 06:49 PM
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(04-01-2017 06:38 PM)Chas Wrote:  
(03-01-2017 03:24 PM)Shai Hulud Wrote:  Oh come on Pablo, you mean you don't want to spend 20 pages arguing about whether or not Joel Osteen is leading souls to a Hell you don't believe in? Tongue

All that smarmy asshole is leading is fools to part with their money.

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05-01-2017, 12:10 PM
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(04-01-2017 06:38 PM)Chas Wrote:  
(03-01-2017 03:24 PM)Shai Hulud Wrote:  Oh come on Pablo, you mean you don't want to spend 20 pages arguing about whether or not Joel Osteen is leading souls to a Hell you don't believe in? Tongue

All that smarmy asshole is leading is fools to part with their money.

...this is perhaps the best thing I've read all day.

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05-01-2017, 02:57 PM
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I miss Nurse.

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05-01-2017, 03:15 PM
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She is cool....

Good attitude...

Wish she'd post soon....

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(12-12-2016 02:09 PM)bemore Wrote:  As manufacturing and jobs become more automated, this will put millions out of work.

So whos gonna buy all the shit the robots make, with nobody having a job?

That's a very interesting misconception people hold. More wealth will be created, with more automatization. The only problem that should concern is how to better distribute that wealth, but that's about it. Money is but a symbol of wealth. It's not a problem in itself.

People will lose their jobs but they won't lose them overnight and the surplus wealth that will have been created by the machines will more than make up for their career setbacks.

(12-12-2016 05:51 PM)unsapien Wrote:  If nobody ever believed in god, there wouldn't be any atheists.

Well. No. There would still be atheists, I'm sorry to say. You're confusing language itself with what it describes, I think.


(14-12-2016 09:37 PM)CleverUsername Wrote:  I don't understand why people think pandas and penguins are cute.

ME neither... Dodgy

(01-01-2017 10:28 PM)Fireball Wrote:  'Twas the Night of the King's Castration: the last of the Royal Balls was coming off. All the counts, discounts and no-accounts were sitting around the throne room slinging camel-shit, for in those days, bull-shit was as yet unknown.

A noise was heard in the courtyard and in came Daniel on his gallant white steed, with his balls slung over his shoulder. "What ho!" cried the King. "Ass-hole!" replied Daniel, thus scoring an early point for the common people.

At this, the Queen dashed madly through the court with her drawers at half-mast, and her ass shining like a looking-glass in the moonlight.

Amused now, the King offered Daniel the post of second-in-command. "But what of the Queen?" asked Daniel. "Oh, fuck the Queen!" replied the King, and 50,000 loyal courtiers were killed in the rush, for in those days the King's word was law, and the King ruled with an iron hand.

Upon seeing such mass slaughter, the King in exasperation exclaimed, "Oh, shit!", and all 50,000 remaining loyal courtiers dropped their drawers and squatted on their haunches and strained and grunted in unison, for in those days the King's word was law and the King ruled with an iron hand.

"Stop!" cried the Queen, thinking of the royal carpet. The King called "Halt!" and 49,999 loyal butt-holes snapped shut with a stately click, and 49,999 glistening turds were nipped, gently steaming in the morning air, all save for that of Daniel, who proceeded to lay a turd two cubits wide by one cubit high by three cubits long.

The King was sore affronted, and ordered Daniel thrown into the lions' den for three days and three nights.

And here was Daniel, in the midst of all those roaring, snarling beasts --- but of course, you could easily recognize Daniel by the large green parasol that he always carried.

On the first day, the Queen came unto Daniel and Daniel said, "Oh Queen, I am in need of some tea!" and the Queen asked, "What manner of tea?" Daniel replied, "C-U-N-T!" And the Queen departed.

On the second day the Queen came unto Daniel and Daniel said, "Oh Queen, I am in need of some pills!" and the Queen asked, "What manner of pills?" Daniel replied, "NIP-PILLS!" And the Queen departed.

On the third day, the King came unto Daniel, but it had come to pass that on the morning of the third day, Daniel had shat a great shit, and the lions were sore affronted. Almost all of them had thenceforth kept their distance from Daniel. But one of the lions took a liking to Daniel's left nut, and began to munch upon it. "Oh, it tickles, it tickles!" cried Daniel. "What tickles?" asked the King. "TES-TICKLES!" roared Daniel, thereby scoring another point for the common people. Upon hearing this, all the ladies in the courtyard took out their tits and tittered.

Then the lion crouched as if to spring, but instead laid a big turd. This amused the King, and he ordered Daniel to come forth, but Daniel slipped on the lion's turd and came fifth, thus utterly losing the race. This angered Daniel so greatly that he picked up the lion turd and, with menacing accuracy, hurled it at random. Random ducked, and the turd hit the King full in the eye.

Now, this made the King exceedingly angry, whereupon he inquired, "Where's the Queen?" "Milord, she is on the Royal Crapper." "And is she well-supplied with paper?" "Milord, she has forty reams of the finest linen." "It is good," said the King. "And where's the Princess?" "Oh, she's upstairs in bed with laryngitis." "Not that fucking Greek again!" cried Daniel.

This amused the King and he spake, "Oh, fuck the Princess!" and another 40,000 loyal courtiers were trampled to death in the rush, for in those days the King's word was law, and the King ruled with an iron hand, and besides, the Princess was a comely wench. This made the King exceeding angry, but the Queen only said, "Well, I'll be fucked!" --- more in hope than in indignation. But nobody moved, save a solitary senile seneschal, quietly masturbating in a corner into a silver teaspoon, and Daniel, who, taking her at her word, grabbed the Queen by her butt-cheeks and slipped her onto his dick like a well-worn jackboot.

Later in the evening the King entered the Royal Boudoir and beheld the Queen lying on the bed, clad only in Nature's attire. "Roll over, Queen!" ordered the King. "I'll be fucked if I will!" shouted the Queen. "You will at that," observed the King, "but you'll be corn-holed if you won't!" Hearing this, the Queen shat a gold brick, for in those days a square ass-hole was a symbol of royalty.

When the King saw this, he cried, "Balls!"; not because he had to, but because he had two. And the Queen replied, "Balls!? If I had two, I could be King!"

Whereupon the King, having partaken of over-ripe olives, hied himself to the innermost part of his kingdom and proceeded to shit buttermilk for three days, and thereafter was forever known as King Dairy-Ass, throughout the world.

Blaming Daniel for his digestive discomfort the King sentenced Daniel to wander in the wilderness for forty days and forty nights, for in those days the King's word was law and the King ruled with an iron hand.

And so it came to pass that Daniel wandered in the wilderness for many a long day and many a long night. But in the evening of his thirteenth day in the wilderness, Daniel was set upon by bandits! Not, as you might at first surmise, ordinary bandits, but Mexican bandits. Nor, as you might at second surmise, ordinary Mexican bandits, but Mexican bum-bandits, who debagged him, scragged him, and shagged him, and left him with his pockets jingling, and his ass-hole tingling.

Months went by before the Queen came unto Daniel. "Oh Daniel, I am heavy with child. What steps are to be taken?" "Fuckin' big ones!" replied Daniel as he vanished over the Southern horizon.

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(01-01-2017 11:19 PM)GenesisNemesis Wrote:  I don't have an issue with people having New Years resolutions. Doesn't it make more sense to encourage people to make positive changes regardless of what time of year it is, rather than be cranky about it? It's not like you're saying people should only make their changes at the start of the New Year, either. I don't get it. Regardless, it's a pretty harmless thing to have and I don't see why I should be cranky about it.

I think people are just jealous to an extent. Some of us are hard to motivate and we roll our eyes at anyone that does something we secretly want to do too. Tongue


(04-01-2017 06:28 PM)Kernel Sohcahtoa Wrote:  So far, I think abstract algebra is pretty neat (I had to brush up on my discrete math before tackling this though). I must admit that I'm having fun verifying whether or not certain sets are groups/abelian groups. However, much of the credit for this great experience must go to Charles C. Pinter and his Book of Abstract Algebra, as he presents the material in a way that makes math seem fascinating. In addition, his book seems to be well-suited for those who are geared toward self-study (like myself).

Kernel, you never cease to impress me. Smile
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