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"Wut do u look like 2" in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #96
Hiya, Kelandon! I was starting to wonder if you had been kidnapped by trolls. IMAGE(tongue03.gif)

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
"Wut do u look like 2" in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #87
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I never could figure out what seems to make girls find Elijah Wood so cute, but whatever it is, Thuryl's got a dose of that.
I'm pretty sure it's the youthful innocence and shy smiles. Thuryl is quite the tasty mantart. IMAGE(tongue03.gif)

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
New Draft in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #3
Supposedly they want women to register now too. I'm not sure if they are going to get the bill passed, but I have friends in Canada, so it shouldn't be too much of a problem. IMAGE(tongue00.gif)

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Byeeeeee in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #10
If you're giving up internet access, it must be true love. Have fun!

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Dungeons and Dragons? in General
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Member # 233
Profile #3
I was born a few years too late to experience the age of D&D, but I must admit I've always been curious.

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Ranks in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #29
It's a Dr. Suess book entitled "The Sneetches". IMAGE(wink0000.gif)

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Happy Easter in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #29
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How often do you see the brutal beating, torture, and crucifixion of a good man?
Well I don't know about the crucifixion part, but for the rest I suppose you could watch the news. And really, why would you want to see all that in the first place? :rolleyes:

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Favourite Smells in General
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Member # 233
Profile #63
This may sound strange, but I love the smell of cooking rice. Of course, the best smell in the world is the smell of the ocean.

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Happy Easter in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #18
I don't really celebrate Easter, unless you count buying the leftover chocolate at sale prices "religious". That being said, happy easter everyone.

P.S. See Southpark episode "Passion of the Jew" IMAGE(tongue00.gif)

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Poetry in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #75
I sent you something. Not sure if it's any good though.

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Suicide in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #50
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Would be somehow stupid and cowardly, to miss a whole life according to a silly mood.
Yes, it would. Most suicides are well planed however. People who act on impulse are usually unsuccessful and regret it after they recover. I know a few people who have tried, and a few who have been sucessful. It seems like everyone I know has some sort of mental illness. Runs in the family, but I can't explain it in my friends. Which it another good point. If it's inherited, how can you blame it on the individual. I might as well say that it's my great great grandmothers fault for having kids. :rolleyes:

Reincarnation scares me beause all I can think of is "isn't once enough?" It would be like the movie Ground Hog Day, only you wake up with a hangover every morning. Which is one reason I'm not having kids.

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Suicide in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #27
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Then again, there's also the fact that I like to know pretty much everything beforehand.
Ah yes. Not to bemorbid, but I always thought sleeping pills followed by a massive dose of poison would be the way to go. However I found strength in living for my family. They needed me and thats all that mattered. If you can find a reason to live for another day, take it. If not, I wish you the best of luck.

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Suicide in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #16
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Another reason why people take their own lives is because they are weak.
Wow. I can't even think of any reasonable way to reply to this without using several obscenities. All I can say is how dare you offer that opinion when you obviously have no idea what you're talking about. Also, telling people who are severely depressed to "cheer up" is one of the most ridiculus things you can do.

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Suicide in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #2
Because deep down inside we are all suvivalists who have no other interests then success? All I know is pills are the answer to suicidal impulses. For me anyway. Some people are all "it's unnatural to take chemicals to regulate our behavior". O.K., maybe it is. But it's also unnatural to want to die because you're in to much pain to live. And thats all I have to say about that.

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
This sentence describes a topic containing an entirely self-referential short story. in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #1
As my mother would say, and as your mother probably says every day, Are you trying to punish me for something?

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Census of Spiderweb community in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #32
Age: 18
Gender: Female
Sexual orientation: Heterosexual
Marital status: Single
Highest educational degree completed: HIgh School
City/metropolitan area where you live: Charlottesville, Virginia, US
Racial/ethnic origin: German/Polish/Russian
Nationality: American
First/primary language: English
Religion: ?
How long you've been a Spiderwebber: About 2 1/2 years
Whether or not you're a septuagenarian eskimo: No IMAGE(Census of Spiderweb community (2)_files/eek.gif)

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
girlz place in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #90
On the rare occasion that people flirt with me, I ignore it. I don't need a boyfriend right now, and I've never had one. After reading this topic I suspect that a lot of guys take it the wrong way when girls don't flirt back. It's not always you that they have a problem with.

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
What Kinds of Girls do you Like? in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #238
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Frankly, it bothers me. I wish women wouldn't spend all that time tearing each other apart. That time could be used for more productive activities, usually involving me and a tub of whipped cream.

Each gender has it's own flaws. I havn't spent that much time with groups of girls my own age, but I think it's sort of a sport. Girls have to do something to keep themselves occupied, and playing a real life version of "Surviver" is what usually happens. As I was recently forced to live with a large group of psychopaths and sociopaths, I learned to play this game and became quite good at it. Alliances are crucial, and while you will make a few real friends, most are just pawns. Don't gossip, just listen and use the information as a weapon to further your wonderful and sometimes mildly sadistic plans. *Sighs* I love being a girl. I guess you'll just have to amuse yourself in the tub. IMAGE(What Kinds of Girls do you Like (10)_files/tongue.gif)

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Join the revolution! in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #37
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As long as the main goals of world peace and equality are achieved, I will be happy.
You are destined to lead a sad existance, striving for unattainable ideals until, at the age of 39, you realize the futility of your efforts and jump off a tall building.

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Exile II on OSX in Tech Support
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #0
[ Thursday, March 11, 2004 19:36: Message edited by: antisocialdragon ]

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Join the revolution! in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #29
What was I expecting? I have no idea.

Who wants a non-violent revolution anyway? If I can't have my very own arsenal of mutant killer puppies, how am I supposed to take over the word? I suppose I could always start a new religion, but that inevitably causes rioting and other assorted pointless acts of violence.

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
What Kinds of Girls do you Like? in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #188
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Is the strident cryptic tone here meant to leave newbies puzzled, feeling small und ugly in front of The Most Guru of Guru?

Everything make newbies feel small and confused. I know I was was often confused in the early days. I still am. Oh well. IMAGE(What Kinds of Girls do you Like (8)_files/tongue.gif)

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Join the revolution! in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #14
Damn. I see the word "Revolution" and I get all exited. Then it usually turns out to be a topic about as interesting as watching paint dry. Wake me if something fun happens. *rolls over and goes back to sleep*

[ Sunday, February 22, 2004 21:11: Message edited by: antisocialdragon ]

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
What Kinds of Girls do you Like? in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #168
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"Ed, you look like you slept in a ditch." This wasn't an isolated incident. I feel my rakish good looks are possibly underappreciated.

Usually people find me fairly attractive, but in the morning it's not pretty. One of my friends says I look like I have a hangover every morning. She may be right. IMAGE(What Kinds of Girls do you Like (7)_files/rolleyes.gif)

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
girlz place in General
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #8
There is a good reason why men shouldn't wear skirts. We have much nicer legs. IMAGE(girlz place_files/tongue.gif)

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00

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