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The Hug Thread
RE: Hug thread! All hugs welcome!
(14th December 2011, 21:17)thesummerqueen Wrote: We should have started this thread yesterday. I felt like utter shit, thanks to someone who keeps bringing my hopes up and then smashing them with a sledge hammer. Angry I could have used a hug and a glass of wine.

You should buy a smelter, and turn their sldgehammer into a plow for your garden. If that doesn't work for you, then you can always use their words as manure. Either way, your garden wins. Thinking
'The difference between a Miracle and a Fact is exactly the difference between a mermaid and seal. It could not be expressed better.'
-- Samuel "Mark Twain" Clemens

"I think that in the discussion of natural problems we ought to begin not with the scriptures, but with experiments, demonstrations, and observations".

- Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)

"In short, Meyer has shown that his first disastrous book was not a fluke: he is capable of going into any field in which he has no training or research experience and botching it just as badly as he did molecular biology. As I've written before, if you are a complete amateur and don't understand a subject, don't demonstrate the Dunning-Kruger effect by writing a book about it and proving your ignorance to everyone else! "

- Dr. Donald Prothero
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I have to stop getting my knees knocked out from under me first...
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(15th December 2011, 01:21)thesummerqueen Wrote: I have to stop getting my knees knocked out from under me first...

As a divorcee, I can relate.
'The difference between a Miracle and a Fact is exactly the difference between a mermaid and seal. It could not be expressed better.'
-- Samuel "Mark Twain" Clemens

"I think that in the discussion of natural problems we ought to begin not with the scriptures, but with experiments, demonstrations, and observations".

- Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)

"In short, Meyer has shown that his first disastrous book was not a fluke: he is capable of going into any field in which he has no training or research experience and botching it just as badly as he did molecular biology. As I've written before, if you are a complete amateur and don't understand a subject, don't demonstrate the Dunning-Kruger effect by writing a book about it and proving your ignorance to everyone else! "

- Dr. Donald Prothero
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I could use a cyber hug.


I've been getting (figuratively) beaten down far too much of recent.
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I'll give you a cyber hug, Cin. You just can't get mad at me when you inevitably get turned on by my amazing body. Tongue

In all seriousness, I hope things get better.
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'The difference between a Miracle and a Fact is exactly the difference between a mermaid and seal. It could not be expressed better.'
-- Samuel "Mark Twain" Clemens

"I think that in the discussion of natural problems we ought to begin not with the scriptures, but with experiments, demonstrations, and observations".

- Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)

"In short, Meyer has shown that his first disastrous book was not a fluke: he is capable of going into any field in which he has no training or research experience and botching it just as badly as he did molecular biology. As I've written before, if you are a complete amateur and don't understand a subject, don't demonstrate the Dunning-Kruger effect by writing a book about it and proving your ignorance to everyone else! "

- Dr. Donald Prothero
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Thanks goodness for overly sarcastic women who've been there before...I sometimes wish I had this inked on my wrist so I'd always remember:

“By the time you swear you're his,
Shivering and sighing.
And he vows his passion is,
Infinite, undying.
Lady make note of this --
One of you is lying.”
-- Dorothy Parker
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For Summerqueen:


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Thanks. I just need to learn to not believe people's bullshit when they've proved time and again to be...well...bullshitting.
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(15th December 2011, 12:26)thesummerqueen Wrote: Thanks. I just need to learn to not believe people's bullshit when they've proved time and again to be...well...bullshitting.

Unfortunately, that tends to happen to nice people.
'The difference between a Miracle and a Fact is exactly the difference between a mermaid and seal. It could not be expressed better.'
-- Samuel "Mark Twain" Clemens

"I think that in the discussion of natural problems we ought to begin not with the scriptures, but with experiments, demonstrations, and observations".

- Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)

"In short, Meyer has shown that his first disastrous book was not a fluke: he is capable of going into any field in which he has no training or research experience and botching it just as badly as he did molecular biology. As I've written before, if you are a complete amateur and don't understand a subject, don't demonstrate the Dunning-Kruger effect by writing a book about it and proving your ignorance to everyone else! "

- Dr. Donald Prothero
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