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Don't old people sometimes just die in their sleep ? Even if we cure all diseases I don't really see how that means everybody lives forever.

I could see that yes, the cheese did make the burger in this situation. Great work :)

You know, in terms of things that made my night his ranks slightly below walking out of pub to a BBQ and getting a CHEESE BURGER. So, ya know, bravo.

oyster  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: May 3, 2017

Nah, It's really not comparable to living in civilization. It's hard to explain, I've done the moving around to different places for a short time and it's not really similar to stepping outside of society for a bit. Banff would be different though I think, they have an elementary school and stuff so it's not really as far removed.

oyster  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: May 3, 2017

Hiking and camping are great but they're also more small group or solo things. Moving far away isn't bad either but it's different when every persons time there has a pretty short expiry date and everybody is already planning to be on various continents after.

Why not question the person reporting ? Not like we don't do it to victims of violence all the time.

oyster  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: May 3, 2017

Just playing and exploring really. It's what we are supposed to do in our childhood and teenage year in order to form some identity. I think some of us just need to move to a place with less responsibility and obligations to achieve that. The best was my last job our here. It was a 6 month contract and even though the job sucks you can be whoever you want for 6 months since you just leave at the end.

oyster  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: May 3, 2017

Same same. I've been working on that because I find I don't get into things enough to call them "my things". I feel like because of that I'm not confident enough to really engage people on them. I think that's called impostor syndrome or something.

That's why I moved to the mountains to just kind of do whatever for a year or so.

oyster  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Meet the Woman who took O'Reilly Down

This and tweets about Ja rules failed music festival are brightening my day. I love when women take garbage men down.

oyster  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: April 26, 2017

I don't think I could ever work in customer service for minimum wage again because it's too much bullshit. Having said that the best way to deal with those people is by being super friendly and making them feel dumb . If you wait 10 minutes to ask if they need something then they tell themselves you're just being a salty. Now if you smile big, greet them then start to look a bit confused and ask " do you...need something ?" With your cute little smile intact the whole time they'll feel like idiots.

You know who have these passive aggressive customer service skills down ? The English, it's beautiful to watch.

You know when they spin these sob stories about how hard it is for them to date and they have to use these tricks because they are "insert list of unattractive traits that really don't matter if you are confident with normal social skills" ?

A friend of mine who has a decent few of those traits plus the ya know normal social skills and confidence didn't know what a PUA was so I explained the basics to him. His reaction was great, he couldn't stop laughing and mocking not only their tricks to get women but also the amount of time/brain power they devoted to cracking this mystery. It's always nice to have those conversations after being told that as an attractive woman you just don't get it.

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