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Things your dumb friends post on facebook

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by musicguy, May 10, 2011.

  1. lasbar

    lasbar Well-Known Member

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    I have been with my wife for nearly 15 years...

    I have been talking to two of them on Facebook..

    Nothing awkward..

    To be honest , I do not remember half of them , especially the ones from 20 years plus..
     
  2. Neo_Version 7

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    Be careful. That is how these things start.
     
  3. lasbar

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    No way..

    One lives in Paris and the other one in Toulouse and all three of us are happily married..
     
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    She's actually not on there...and I doubt I'll do it. If I reactivated my account, it's already so deep in dumb people that I'm sure I'd be back off in one week.
     
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    "I strongly believe that the Colorado movie theatre shooting was set up and carried out by acts of those in power. The man who is responsible for the shooting, was working on a PhD in Neuroscience. The powers that be, want you to feel that even seemingly "intelligent" people will flip out & kill others. They want to pull the carpet out from under your feet and make you FEAR. The elite in control are trying to scare society "obedient" and make them fear ever day. They are trying to fool you.. My heart goes out to all those lost, and all those who have lost.. These elite powers are truly disgusting, but we must be aware of it.."


    I feel, my life has been insulted....

    Sounds like the person's trying to become Bane.
     
  6. Gibonius

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    Sadly it doesn't really surprise me that a grad school could flip out and go on a killing spree. Practically everyone I know suffered through bouts of depression/alcoholism/extreme stress. He'd just taken quals too, not good for the psyche.
     
  7. lasbar

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    Also post graduate /graduate live in their own microcosm, cut from the rest of the world..

    God bless his victims..

    The guy has obvious mental problems..
     
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    "If Boston or Chicago can use force against an organization that sells chicken because the organization says they have a Biblical view of marriage, what stops them from using force against other organizations that have a Biblical view of marriage, namely Churches?"
     
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    Take that, poor people!

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  10. lasbar

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    I find that strange..

    I do not mind paying taxes to help less fortunate people around me...

    That's the way these taxes are spent which is my issue...

    Most of us have benefiated of tax payer money for their health ,education and so on..
     
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    +1

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    (not my friend)

    the guy works at a local bank, doesn't clear more than 50k (and that is generous). Unless the qualifications for being considered part of the 1% have changed, this guy is a moron.
     
  12. acidboy

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    wifey's facebook friend posted this a while back...

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  13. lasbar

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    It is touching in a creepy way or vice versa..
     
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  14. Neo_Version 7

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    If my wife was pregnant, I'd do that too.
     
  15. lasbar

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    With the name of the future baby written on wooden cubes?

    :D
     
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    nah, I'd just pick a random name just to mess with people.
     
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  17. Neo_Version 7

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    I'm naming my child Veronika.
     
  18. lasbar

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    If the baby name's was Mao or Benito , it will have been more interesting..
     
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    I never figured out why the alternate spelling phenomenon caught on like it has - for every awesome alt-spell name there's perhaps 5-10 that are cringeworthy with 3 r's and a silent Q.

    FWIW I think Nico is a good name, but I already have a cousin who goes by that.
     
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  20. Neo_Version 7

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    It's from my fav Paulo Coelho book.
     

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