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#1 May 03 2011 at 2:45 PM Rating: Decent
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I just spent 2 full days in meetings with what I swear is Varus' grandfather. He's a client so I had to be nice and agreeable. I don't think there's enough hot water in the world for the shower I'm about to take.
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I just spent 2 full days in meetings with what I swear is Varus' grandfather. He's a client so I had to be nice and agreeable. I don't think there's enough hot water in the world for the shower I'm about to take.


You're doing it wrong. You have to bathe in raw sewage first to neutralize the residue, then use hot water to remove the sewage.
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I just spent 2 full days in meetings with what I swear is Varus' grandfather. He's a client so I had to be nice and agreeable. I don't think there's enough hot water in the world for the shower I'm about to take.


You're doing it wrong. You have to bathe in raw sewage first to neutralize the residue, then use hot water to remove the sewage.
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This is some grade A homopathy.
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Nothing like having to sit through conversations where the person refers to God and Christ constantly.
Makes me want to puke.
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Dude went on about his chrome plated handgun with a six inch barrel, he was going to get an assault rifle but figured if the Mexican mafia came into his house we wouldn't have time to grab it anyway.

He LOVES Sarah Palin.

He's a birther, still.
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Dude went on about his chrome plated handgun with a six inch barrel,
Small **** much?
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Dude went on about his chrome plated handgun with a six inch barrel, he was going to get an assault rifle but figured if the Mexican mafia came into his house we wouldn't have time to grab it anyway.

If it's a .44 Magnum it's an impressive gun. Other than that...meh.
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Nothing like having to sit through conversations where the person refers to God and Christ constantly.
Makes me want to puke.

I get the same feeling every time I skip over one of your posts.
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Omg I hate this--it makes me so uncomfortable.
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Allegory wrote:
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This is some grade A homopathy.
Hey that is some straight up chemistry ****
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This is some grade A homopathy.
Hey that is some straight up chemistry sh*t
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Omg I hate this--it makes me so uncomfortable.
My girlfriend's father is like this. Southern Baptist, and EVERYTHING revolves around God. I try to use my knowledge of the Bible to get on the level with the conversation, but so many of the ideas are just so... out there. As I mentioned in another thread recently, the issue with the Bible is you can literally make it say anything and support any position. And no matter what, you'll always offend someone.

Edit: Thinking of it, I guess most religions are like that if people are fanatical enough.

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This is some grade A homopathy.
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Omg I hate this--it makes me so uncomfortable.
I only take issue with it if I'm either stuck in a very long time (hour+) or its someone who knows that I don't like talking about it (like my brother, although he's finally stopped)
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Nothing like having to sit through conversations where the person refers to God and Christ constantly.
Makes me want to puke.
Nothing like having to sit through that and rants about Muslims and Obama's birth certificate.

Ah, family.
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Sweetums wrote:
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This is some grade A homopathy.
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Nothing like having to sit through conversations where the person refers to God and Christ constantly.


Omg I hate this--it makes me so uncomfortable.
I only take issue with it if I'm either stuck in a very long time (hour+) or its someone who knows that I don't like talking about it (like my brother, although he's finally stopped)


I think I've mentioned before that I'm currently working on my MBA. The only program that was close to home and had a schedule that worked was through Trevecca Nazarene College. I knew it was a Christian college and all, and I figured I'd have to sit through some god stuff, but that it would be worth it in the end.

But when your Econ teacher is trying to find a way to fit god into the lesson, it gets a little weird.
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Sweetums wrote:
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This is some grade A homopathy.
Hey that is some straight up chemistry sh*t
SCIENCE!
ONLY MAGIC CAN DEFEAT MAGIC
NO THAT WOULD BE MEDICATION
TALISMANS NOT IMPORTANT.
CLIMB THE MIGHTY QUOTE PYRAMID


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Nothing like having to sit through conversations where the person refers to God and Christ constantly.


Omg I hate this--it makes me so uncomfortable.
I only take issue with it if I'm either stuck in a very long time (hour+) or its someone who knows that I don't like talking about it (like my brother, although he's finally stopped)


I think I've mentioned before that I'm currently working on my MBA. The only program that was close to home and had a schedule that worked was through Trevecca Nazarene College. I knew it was a Christian college and all, and I figured I'd have to sit through some god stuff, but that it would be worth it in the end.

But when your Econ teacher is trying to find a way to fit god into the lesson, it gets a little weird.
Yea, I probably should have added to the very long bit, repeated exposure from the same person.
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It's even weirder when your math teacher does it.

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like dissolves like

This is some grade A homopathy.
Hey that is some straight up chemistry sh*t
SCIENCE!
ONLY MAGIC CAN DEFEAT MAGIC
NO THAT WOULD BE MEDICATION
TALISMANS NOT IMPORTANT.
CLIMB THE MIGHTY QUOTE PYRAMID


BOLD UPS THE ANTE
this pyramid now has a weak foundation.
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Nothing like having to sit through conversations where the person refers to God and Christ constantly.


Omg I hate this--it makes me so uncomfortable.
I only take issue with it if I'm either stuck in a very long time (hour+) or its someone who knows that I don't like talking about it (like my brother, although he's finally stopped)


I think I've mentioned before that I'm currently working on my MBA. The only program that was close to home and had a schedule that worked was through Trevecca Nazarene College. I knew it was a Christian college and all, and I figured I'd have to sit through some god stuff, but that it would be worth it in the end.

But when your Econ teacher is trying to find a way to fit god into the lesson, it gets a little weird.
Yea, I probably should have added to the very long bit, repeated exposure from the same person.


I try not to **** about it too much. I mean, I signed up for the program. But I honestly thought, "It's an accredited school, and surely there can't be too much preaching in a BUSINESS program..."

Yeah, I was wrong. Two years and two months of this. They start every class with a prayer while I finish my homework...
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They start every class with a prayer while I finish my homework...
You should be grateful. Many schools don't allow for in class work time.

Edited, May 6th 2011 11:17am by Uglysasquatch
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You should be grateful. Many schools don't allow for in class work time.


You're making a lot of sense.
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He's a client so I had to be nice and agreeable.
I would think being a human being is reason enough to treat the person with respect.

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Not if he's a Yankees fan.
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Not if he's a Yankees fan.
Yeah, there is that.
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He's a client so I had to be nice and agreeable.
I would think being a human being is reason enough to treat the person with respect.


He did say it was someone who could be "Varus' grandfather," so it's possible that what the guy was saying was really, really offensive and not worthy of respect.




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Sadly, my first thought was "that **** lysed my pyramid"

I've been studying micro too much.
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He's a client so I had to be nice and agreeable.
I would think being a human being is reason enough to treat the person with respect.


He did say it was someone who could be "Varus' grandfather," so it's possible that what the guy was saying was really, really offensive and not worthy of respect.




Edited, May 6th 2011 9:26am by Belkira
Sure, it the guy is insulting you or your mother, spitting, farting or waving around a loaded gun. I don't think that was the case.

Tolerance is supposed to be a strong point of liberals. Get some.
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I don't see why tolerating hatred is suddenly a virtue.
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Sure, it the guy is insulting you or your mother, spitting, farting or waving around a loaded gun. I don't think that was the case.

Tolerance is supposed to be a strong point of liberals. Get some.


Or he could be making racist statements and wishing that Chicago get bombed...?

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Because if you don't tolerate someone else's bigoted beliefs that makes you prejudiced towards them! You know like my intolerance of Christians' hatred of homosexuality!


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Tolerance of anything isn't really a virtue, imo. It's just less vicious than hate. So tolerating something as abhorrent as hate definitely isn't a virtue. And I'd argue that hate is intrinsically bad enough that acceptance of it still remains a vice.
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I don't see why tolerating hatred is suddenly a virtue.
The OP didn't mentioned hatred.
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I don't see why tolerating hatred is suddenly a virtue.
The OP didn't mentioned hatred.
WTF does likening him in anyway at all to Varus, mean to you?
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He's a client so I had to be nice and agreeable.
I would think being a human being is reason enough to treat the person with respect.


The person yes, not necessarily their views. Of course "to be nice and agreeable" has nothing to with respect...
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I don't see why tolerating hatred is suddenly a virtue.
The OP didn't mentioned hatred.
WTF does likening him in anyway at all to Varus, mean to you?


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He's a client so I had to be nice and agreeable.
I would think being a human being is reason enough to treat the person with respect.


The person yes, not necessarily their views. Of course "to be nice and agreeable" has nothing to with respect...
Why should respect be an automatic consequence of being human?
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He's a client so I had to be nice and agreeable.
I would think being a human being is reason enough to treat the person with respect.


The person yes, not necessarily their views. Of course "to be nice and agreeable" has nothing to with respect...
Why should respect be an automatic consequence of being human?
I think it should be a default position, but one that can be maintained or lost.
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I don't see why tolerating hatred is suddenly a virtue.
The OP didn't mentioned hatred.
WTF does likening him in anyway at all to Varus, mean to you?
That he's gay.
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I think it should be a default position, but one that can be maintained or lost.
I always figure that people deserve utmost respect until they open their mouths.
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I always figure that people deserve utmost respect until they open their mouths.


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