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We've GOT to have...... MONEY. :twisted:

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I'm back from my vacation! Happy belated birthday to me!
On a related note, never let my little cousin be in charge of the remote. Else, you're doomed to overdose on Disney channel.

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The last Ben Jordan case is out! :D

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I'm surprised no one has mentioned so I will.

If you haven't yet, you have to watch Ted, one best comerdy films I have ever seen.

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Well, it's a week late, but we've finally celebrated my brithday. I got the 1972 edition of Clue!

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Happy belated birthday, Zoo!
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I'm afraid of death! :(
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WarnerPlum wrote:I'm afraid of death! :(
I think we all are, but sooner or later, there will be time when we will have to accept it.

I even tried to top myself once or twice in the past but now I'm over it and I intend to live life to the fullest.

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Black wrote:
WarnerPlum wrote:I'm afraid of death! :(
I think we all are, but sooner or later, there will be time when we will have to accept it.

I even tried to top myself once or twice in the past but now I'm over it and I intend to live life to the fullest.
But you see! There's more to it than that! If I'm reincarnated, I could very well end up a different person in a different universe where things are completely different! He or she would never get to appreciate the things that I do! :cry:
"Caveat emptor, Plum: let the buyer beware."
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WarnerPlum wrote:
Black wrote:
WarnerPlum wrote:I'm afraid of death! :(
I think we all are, but sooner or later, there will be time when we will have to accept it.

I even tried to top myself once or twice in the past but now I'm over it and I intend to live life to the fullest.
But you see! There's more to it than that! If I'm reincarnated, I could very well end up a different person in a different universe where things are completely different! He or she would never get to appreciate the things that I do! :cry:
That's very deep, the best thing to do is not to drell on it.

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I'm sorry to hear that, Black. I hope you're better off now.
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I'm not afraid of death, so long as I don't know it's coming. If I'm going to be murdered, drown, die in a fire, or any other psychologically tormenting death I would rather have it be a surprise. No anticipation. Because 9 times out of 10 I'd estimate that the stress is more painful than the death itself.

Then again I'm empathic and normally have my stomach in knots when reading or watching a movie where someone's death is openly anticipated (EG: Saw, Titanic).
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I'm really depressed now! :( I don't want to find out what's on the other side!
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Jane Poirot wrote:I'm sorry to hear that, Black. I hope you're better off now.
It was over a year ago now, things have been a lot better now I've moved to a new area.

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Ah! I've forgotten how to do Maths properly. I can't even remember the name of the last woman who taught me!! :shock: :(
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As the saying goes, if you don't use it, you lose it. Thought of taking a remedial math course on the side WarnerPlum?
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I've realized that with cursive. I really only sign my name, so any letter that isn't there, I wouldn't be able to tell you. And really, I just sign a giant "A" followed by an "n" and some squiggles and a giant "M" and just a dash. My signature is terrible. But couldn't tell you what an uppercase G looks like or how to do an "S" in uppercase.

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CluedoKid wrote:As the saying goes, if you don't use it, you lose it. Thought of taking a remedial math course on the side WarnerPlum?
No, it only just occurred to me.
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Stop winking at me, you oversexed Frenchman!

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