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Old 12-21-2006, 12:27 AM   #14761
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I don't think it is. But I am considering deleting all future "whatever" posts at this point (seriously).
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Old 12-21-2006, 01:19 AM   #14762
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Old 12-21-2006, 01:23 AM   #14763
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Old 12-21-2006, 03:22 AM   #14765
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Haben sie viel Bier, weil sie ein Alkoholiker ist.

eng: you have much beer, because you're an alcoholic
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Old 12-21-2006, 03:34 AM   #14766
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But I am considering deleting all future "whatever" posts at this point (seriously).
You do realize you'll be quite busy doing that.

But that's a good idea though. I'm starting to get sick and tired from them. Include the quite and indeed posts as well. Let's raise the standards of the Thread and require something wittier for a possible last post.

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Old 12-21-2006, 03:58 AM   #14767
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Old 12-21-2006, 04:16 AM   #14768
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Haben sie viel Bier, weil sie ein Alkoholiker ist.

eng: you have much beer, because you're an alcoholic


Actually, that would be "Do you have much beer, because she is an Alcoholic."


I think you meant to say: "Sie haben viel Bier weil Sie (ein) Alkoholiker sind." (note the capital "Sie". That is the formal address. I have no idea why you wanted to adress anyone here so formally, but alright. Also, the "ein" is not absolutely necessary.)

The less formal version would be: "Du hast viel Bier weil du (ein) Alkoholiker bist." (Note that the "Du" is not capitalised, because there's no doubt about what kind of adress it is. In the case of "sie" there are three possibilites. If it is not capitalised in the middle of the sentence, then you are talking about a woman, or several people [which is determined by the context in which the "sie" stands]. If the "sie" is capitalised in the middle of the sentence, then it is the formal adress.)


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Old 12-21-2006, 05:29 AM   #14769
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Old 12-21-2006, 05:41 AM   #14770
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I have to share this now. Am I the only one who ever thought that way? I was very surprised this summer when I told my sister about this, and she said she never thought about it that way and then agreed with me.

You see, I am not afraid of the end of the world. If the world would end, the biblical apocalypse take place, or a huge lump of rock from space would sniff out this other huge lump of rock that we call Terra, I'm not really afraid of it. If there was no tomorrow, it would be all the same to me.

Sure it would be a pity, but it's not really scary. Because wouldn't we be dead anyway? You can't feel pain when you're dead anyway.

I was really surprised when I discovered my sister had never looked at it that way. Am I really the only one who thought like that on her own?


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You're not alone. If the world was to end tomorrow leaving nobody alive that's OK with me too. *shrugs*
But if I knew I was going to die and leave my children behind before the're old enough to cope on their own, that would scare me tremendously.
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But if I knew I was going to die and leave my children behind before the're old enough to cope on their own, that would scare me tremendously.

That I can understand. I am assuming that the end of the world would kille everyone on this planet.

But leaving someone I care for behind, or having to survive on my own is not a pleasant idea. In this modern society we are hardly able to survive alone in the wild. And who says there would be any wild to survive in left after such a disaster? I doubt there will be much left. Also, I live in a town (a relatively small. I could walk to several different edges of town right now, into the forest.), and I doubt there will be much food and things there (sure, there's stores [that would probably be raided by survivors] and everything. And even though I'm the kind of person that knows that "At least good unil" does not mean "Spoils on that exact date", much food would spoil without electricity.), and I've never seen any food running around here. Except for our cherry tree and apple trees (no, they don't run around. Though the cherry tree seems to be buzzing in the summer because of all the birds stealing our cherries)

That is a scary idea.

But being dead, and knowing that no one you know suffers, that is not a scary thought.


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I'd probably be upset about not being able to finish a whole load of stuff, but otherwise that wouldn't worry me hugely. I mean, it's not like I could do anything to prevent it anyway.
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Possibly. But is that twitchy in a not-quite-dead kind of way, or in the constantly-moving sense?
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Janitor ...............................Stepurhan
Janitor? Janitor!!?!??!!

Like I'm going to clean up the stuff left lying around in this thread.

Andi it's stepurhan. No captial S. Never has been.

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You see, I am not afraid of the end of the world. If the world would end, the biblical apocalypse take place, or a huge lump of rock from space would sniff out this other huge lump of rock that we call Terra, I'm not really afraid of it. If there was no tomorrow, it would be all the same to me.

Sure it would be a pity, but it's not really scary. Because wouldn't we be dead anyway? You can't feel pain when you're dead anyway.
So we'll all go together when we go eh?

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No. I think you're Karmillo!!

Depends what you mean by that of course. I find you likable. Is that similar?
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I got some industrial acid and some Tyvek jumpsuits. We could have this thing tided up in no time
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I got some industrial acid and some Tyvek jumpsuits. We could have this thing tided up in no time
Tyvek jumpsuits?



I may have an evil shirt but I do have some standards when it comes to clothing.



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I have the CD, yet I never realised how fitting that song is.


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OK. Maybe I don't


*sigh*, and there was I, thinking I had finally found an alternative to pointy ear implants...

Well, I guess my only options are the implants, then.


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