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    Randomness

    Even though you guys pretty much suck at this I'm going to try it again. The idea here is not to latch onto one of my thoughts, it's to actually post random thoughts of your own. I know that for some of you that's a strain but work with me here.

    I'll start by posting this.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wzIhtlUYCY

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    I miss Ben & Jerry's blueberry ice cream...
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    I gotta' leave for work now...
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    Forgot to mention they should be interesting thoughts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davekn View Post
    Forgot to mention they should be interesting thoughts.
    This is the wrong crowd.
    "And if there is nothing that can so hide the face of our fellow-man as morality can, religion can hide from us as nothing else can the face of God." -- Martin Buber

    "You do not like religion; we started from that assumption. But in conducting an honest battle against it, which is not completely without effort, you do not want to have fought against a shadow like the one with which we have struggled." -- Friedrich Schleiermacher

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    Why wasn't the dog in the church at the end of Lost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrAnGe CrUsH 77 View Post
    Why wasn't the dog in the church at the end of Lost?
    Tempted to say "this is the wrong thread" but I'm hurtin' for business. I give up, why wasn't the dog in the church at the end of Lost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davekn View Post
    Tempted to say "this is the wrong thread" but I'm hurtin' for business. I give up, why wasn't the dog in the church at the end of Lost?
    To get to the other side.
    "And if there is nothing that can so hide the face of our fellow-man as morality can, religion can hide from us as nothing else can the face of God." -- Martin Buber

    "You do not like religion; we started from that assumption. But in conducting an honest battle against it, which is not completely without effort, you do not want to have fought against a shadow like the one with which we have struggled." -- Friedrich Schleiermacher

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davekn View Post
    Forgot to mention they should be interesting thoughts.
    I'm now at work...
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    Dave, this clip was a double thumbs up.....up your butt.
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    Why am I having such a struggle being productive these last few days? Is it the weather? Allergies? General malaise?

    Maybe it's you all with your idiotic threads making me depressed. Now I've contributed to one of them...more depression.
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    Jive

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    Sometimes I take really big sh*ts that both impress and amaze me at the same time.

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    I enjoy when shout outs go wrong.

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    Weird. I just got back from lunch on the Common, reading Chapter 6 of The Cosmic Code by Heinz Pagels. The topic? Randomness.

    What are the odds?

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