My name is Yeti. Yankee echo tango india.
This is a blurb. Though it's called a bio now, apparently.
Twixt quarter and mid life crises.
Animals, especially cats. Adopted by this one:
Unusual art. Lack steady hands and manifested imagination for drawing. 3d origami:
Dwarf fortress (game). This is a loose description:
Let me tell you about homestuck:
"If you can't be a good example, then you'll just have to be a horrible warning."
"In general, people only ask for advice, that they may not follow it or if they should follow it that they may have somebody to blame for having given it."
"No cipher of intrigue therein dwells. Whilom begirt, nonce at liberty."
"The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep."
What causes are you concerned about today?
Everyone first showed up and remained here & yonder for a good reason. Usually lack the skill to ameliorate the majority, yet any opportunity to attempt is a privilege.
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Family rules.written () ago
Sharing a poster I'd seen some months back.
Thank You.written () ago
To all of you helpers from the old site, I am grateful beyond expression.
Lost the battle.written () ago
I am channeling the spirits of this place. They are saying...
True. They do choose to be alone. But in a monastary, aren't you part of a community, still?
Hmm, let's try that again.
What happens here is that some cells can remain alive long after the animal is dead. (This happens to every living creature). Salt contains positively charged sodiun ions which is what gives the nerves the stimuli to react. It's like they're getting a signal from their brain, except there's no brain, so they feel nothing.
That's odd. Last one:
I forgot about that. Superman used to fly around the earth a couple of times and arrive before he left. Neat trick.
" Future ages will wonder at us, as the present age wonders at us now. We do not need the praises of a Homer, or of anyone else whose words may delight us for the moment, but whose estimation of facts will fall short of what is really true. For our adventurous spirit has forced an entry into every sea and into every land; and everywhere we have left behind us everlasting memorials of good done to our friends or suffering inflicted on our enemies. "- written - voted for by Red1263, BIG.AL.ONE
If I may share some thoughts...
It's likely quite difficult to impossible for B to discern whether A truly believes their demeanour innocent, or is versed in manipulation promoting such an appearance, unless B is skilled in detection or has specific knowledge of A's tells. Either way, it might not make much of a difference. A was informed their behaviour was impacting B negatively, and elected to alter B's perspective rather than their own conduct to respect B's boundaries (in accord with the accusation). This could be fine for small things, evolving as a person, yet B questioning their sanity indicates a profound concussion from matching their inner beliefs (for what is proper) with the proffered truth. The insane don't question their sanity.
Nevertheless, in time it may be possible to come to terms with this. Painful, most likely. Needs good reasoning to fight for it. In other situations, I'd describe it as a "deadlock": either of 'concrete' nature, such as marriage, mutual children, family, reliance (professional, monetary); or emotional, essentially accepting some negativity for greater benefit, which oft involves no small amount of fear of change.
It isn't trivial, clear cut. Difficult to decide. Suffering the same effects repeatedly during indecision tends to brand itself in the mind, from what I've seen. Still, might be more important for B to know how they feel for sure, averting later remorse, whilst receiving moral support (rather than advice) from the people in whom they trust.
Sorry if it's kinda off.- written - voted for by Araz, DocteurRalph
A few interview questions (possibly from google):
How many golf balls can fit in a school bus?
Imagine you have a closet full of shirts. It’s very hard to find a shirt. So what can you do to organize your shirts for easy retrieval?
Quickly estimate 2^64 without using a pen/paper.- written
I have jested anent & belittled a host of grievous matters, but never this one. In humanity have never put much faith. One may gather a few close friends and family members for trust & support, and that's about as much guaranteed.
I'm grateful to you for sharing this narrative. Meseems you've handled that situation quite courageously, though it has left its marks undoubtedly (as mentioned).
From a solipsistic perspective, unlikely.
Welcome back, robbie.
No. Not yet. I keep going back and forth about it. I really like him but I’m scared he won’t like me if he finds out I’m about 4 1/2 years older.
I can relate to your concerns, in a way - in general, I'd rather take a hundred detours than face someone with the prospect of failure / rejection.
However, with regard to age, humans don't come with a display gauge denoting their current mileage (yet). I'm inclined to believe that beneath this alibi lies a deep sense of insecurity; mayhap in your perceived external appearance, or fear of a blunder. It would be presumptuous on my part to know with certainty what course of action would be preferable in any case; can only suggest to know your limits, and when you shouldn't let them dictate your path.
Thank you, kali, pepper, sherlock. Nay, I'm not one for excessive indulgence, but baked & decorated a nice cake.
Smiley - Much obliged, and likewise to you, fellow member of the ninth duodecimant!
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