I require the secret of Hammy's Intellect.

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"I've come a long way for the power of sheer genius... and what do I find?"

"A weakling human, an atheist boy, and a woman ."

“A meritocratic society is one in which inequalities of wealth and social position solely reflect the unequal distribution of merit or skills amongst human beings, or are based upon factors beyond human control, for example luck or chance. Such a society is socially just because individuals are judged not by their gender, the colour of their skin or their religion, but according to their talents and willingness to work, or on what Martin Luther King called 'the content of their character'. By extension, social equality is unjust because it treats unequal individuals equally.” "Political Ideologies" by Andrew Heywood (2003)

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Time to get back on your

Time to get back on your medication so soon?

NoMoreCrazyPeople wrote:
Never ever did I say enything about free, I said "free."

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I don't recall wanting the intellect of a fat baldo.

Answers in Gene Simmons wrote:

Time to get back on your medication so soon?

Oh? I'm demonstrating psychosis? Visual/aureal hallucinations? Thought disorder? Inappropriate affect? ________??

None of my current meds are for 'sanity' or a "sanity failure" as you refer to it in such an asinine manner, anyways. I am getting bored easily, as per usual.

BTW, DAMMIT THE HELL

Why'd you delete an image-post inside one of my own threads? (I'm betting you're too scared to answer that)

Granted, it's 100% pure flamebait, but in a good way. It illustrates the fallacy of the corporate-driven workplace, perfectly.

Corporations

Where "lowest common denominator" quickly becomes the norm.

 

“A meritocratic society is one in which inequalities of wealth and social position solely reflect the unequal distribution of merit or skills amongst human beings, or are based upon factors beyond human control, for example luck or chance. Such a society is socially just because individuals are judged not by their gender, the colour of their skin or their religion, but according to their talents and willingness to work, or on what Martin Luther King called 'the content of their character'. By extension, social equality is unjust because it treats unequal individuals equally.” "Political Ideologies" by Andrew Heywood (2003)

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Kapkao wrote: Granted, it's

Kapkao wrote:

 

Granted, it's 100% pure flamebait, but in a good way. It illustrates the fallacy of the corporate-driven workplace, perfectly.

Corporations

Where "lowest common denominator" quickly becomes the norm.

 

 

I saw this on the other thread and was too busy to comment just then.  I love this.  It is so perfect, it reminds me of my last two jobs......

-- I feel so much better since I stopped trying to believe.

"We are entitled to our own opinions. We're not entitled to our own facts"- Al Franken

"If death isn't sweet oblivion, I will be severely disappointed" - Ruth M.

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CJ, you make me proud to be

CJ, you make me proud to be an unemployed moocher. Thank you for that!

“A meritocratic society is one in which inequalities of wealth and social position solely reflect the unequal distribution of merit or skills amongst human beings, or are based upon factors beyond human control, for example luck or chance. Such a society is socially just because individuals are judged not by their gender, the colour of their skin or their religion, but according to their talents and willingness to work, or on what Martin Luther King called 'the content of their character'. By extension, social equality is unjust because it treats unequal individuals equally.” "Political Ideologies" by Andrew Heywood (2003)

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Kapkao wrote:CJ, you make me

Kapkao wrote:

CJ, you make me proud to be an unemployed moocher. Thank you for that!

Seriously, you need to get a life.  I know whereof I speak.  I get so bored so easily that I dread even the idea of being so ill I'm housebound - as I am sure I will be one day many years (hopefully) from now.  This forum helps, but if it was all I was into, I'd start shooting y'all through the computer.

-- I feel so much better since I stopped trying to believe.

"We are entitled to our own opinions. We're not entitled to our own facts"- Al Franken

"If death isn't sweet oblivion, I will be severely disappointed" - Ruth M.

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If it means meeting people...

...and actually giving a damn what happens to them, and how they fair in life*, count me out.

cj wrote:

Kapkao wrote:

CJ, you make me proud to be an unemployed moocher. Thank you for that!

Seriously, you need to get a life.  I know whereof I speak.  I get so bored so easily that I dread even the idea of being so ill I'm housebound - as I am sure I will be one day many years (hopefully) from now.  This forum helps, but if it was all I was into, I'd start shooting y'all through the computer.

I could benefit from it, but need? MMMMnnnaaaahhh nope! See, it's real simple. "Get(ting) a life" means dealing with idiots and assholes. Easier to sit on your butt and deal with such unsavory types online... save time that way.

*save for the overwhelming, vast majority of RRS members, of course.


Actually, what I consider to be "worthwhile" and "meaningful" activities differs WILDLY from nearly everyone else's definition.

“A meritocratic society is one in which inequalities of wealth and social position solely reflect the unequal distribution of merit or skills amongst human beings, or are based upon factors beyond human control, for example luck or chance. Such a society is socially just because individuals are judged not by their gender, the colour of their skin or their religion, but according to their talents and willingness to work, or on what Martin Luther King called 'the content of their character'. By extension, social equality is unjust because it treats unequal individuals equally.” "Political Ideologies" by Andrew Heywood (2003)

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Kapkao wrote:I could benefit

Kapkao wrote:

I could benefit from it, but need? MMMMnnnaaaahhh nope! See, it's real simple. "Get(ting) a life" means dealing with idiots and assholes. Easier to sit on your butt and deal with such unsavory types online... save time that way.

*save for the overwhelming, vast majority of RRS members, of course.

 

Pooky, who said you had to interact with people face to face in order to get a life?  I ain't real fond of 99% of the assholes out there, either.  The trick I use is to smile vaguely and stare through people.  I don't look crazy and I don't look welcoming.  That way, I can go do the things I like without actually having to talk to anyone I don't want to.

-- I feel so much better since I stopped trying to believe.

"We are entitled to our own opinions. We're not entitled to our own facts"- Al Franken

"If death isn't sweet oblivion, I will be severely disappointed" - Ruth M.

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Here.

This portrait sums me up to a T.

"The Misanthrope"

 

“A meritocratic society is one in which inequalities of wealth and social position solely reflect the unequal distribution of merit or skills amongst human beings, or are based upon factors beyond human control, for example luck or chance. Such a society is socially just because individuals are judged not by their gender, the colour of their skin or their religion, but according to their talents and willingness to work, or on what Martin Luther King called 'the content of their character'. By extension, social equality is unjust because it treats unequal individuals equally.” "Political Ideologies" by Andrew Heywood (2003)

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Kapkao wrote:This portrait

Kapkao wrote:

This portrait sums me up to a T.

"The Misanthrope"

 

 

I notice the pickpocket in the corner, reinforcing the misanthrope's opinion of the world.  Where instead, if he had lifted his head and paid attention, he could have averted the theft of his purse.  Always best to keep your head up and look out for yourself.

-- I feel so much better since I stopped trying to believe.

"We are entitled to our own opinions. We're not entitled to our own facts"- Al Franken

"If death isn't sweet oblivion, I will be severely disappointed" - Ruth M.

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cj wrote:I notice the

cj wrote:

I notice the pickpocket in the corner, reinforcing the misanthrope's opinion of the world.  Where instead, if he had lifted his head and paid attention, he could have averted the theft of his purse.  Always best to keep your head up and look out for yourself.

Yeah... by staying away from commoners, peasants, and street urchins! (Who needs them anyways, save for their Lords and Ladies?)

cj wrote:
Pooky, who said you had to interact with people face to face in order to get a life?  I ain't real fond of 99% of the assholes out there, either.  The trick I use is to smile vaguely and stare through people.  I don't look crazy and I don't look welcoming.  That way, I can go do the things I like without actually having to talk to anyone I don't want to.

Huh... well, you're a much more practiced and wise individual than I am -ALTHOUGH I do employ similar behavior when trying to find a date/mate.

“A meritocratic society is one in which inequalities of wealth and social position solely reflect the unequal distribution of merit or skills amongst human beings, or are based upon factors beyond human control, for example luck or chance. Such a society is socially just because individuals are judged not by their gender, the colour of their skin or their religion, but according to their talents and willingness to work, or on what Martin Luther King called 'the content of their character'. By extension, social equality is unjust because it treats unequal individuals equally.” "Political Ideologies" by Andrew Heywood (2003)