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This quarantine makes me suddenly all philosophical... Apr 4, 2020

    1. onlything
      'Books are mirrors; you only see in them what you already have inside you.'
      1. Fridgemagnetman and Sabrina like this.
      2. tree
        Similar, but not entirely equivalent, to the "teachable moment" concept.
        Oct 13, 2017
    2. onlything
      It's not personal. Sometimes you just shake internally, deep inside your head. The connection with the world is severed.
      1. kestrel likes this.
    3. onlything
      Why would a crow's dream be worth less than a human's?
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      3. onlything
        Why? I think I'm missing something.
        Sep 30, 2017
      4. Fridgemagnetman
        Liked your comment so i thought that some psychiatrists valuing peoples and animals dreams was a funny idea. Maybe i was wrong :)
        Sep 30, 2017
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      5. onlything
        I see
        Sep 30, 2017
    4. onlything
      Have you ever been told by a friend that you seem angry because you put a [dot] at the end of your sentences? The freaking what?
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      2. kestrel
        Oh yeah, that one bothers me too. My family uses & expects exclamation marks at end of sentences. I don't get it either. Luckily I don't interact with them very often.
        Sep 7, 2017
      3. Judge
        Pity that English must so heavily rely on punctuation given it doesn't have all the options of emphatic particles which other languages may offer.
        Where a single word or two may well convey a state of mind.
        Sep 7, 2017
      4. Kirsty
        Oversensitive? Yeah, I’ve been told this before. So if you put an ‘x’ at the end, maybe it would look like you’re not being angry. This gets me paranoid too. Or short answered texts may come across as being p*ssed off. I hate texting in general.
        Oct 18, 2017
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    5. onlything
      Yep, so let's see how it goes.
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