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Commented on Verbose's wall

So, what’d Twi do to get back in your good graces?

Jan 30, 2014 at 05:22PM EST

Commented on 1a2.jpg

RariDash looks awesome. All the fire of Dash and all the focus of Rarity.

Dec 11, 2013 at 08:04PM EST

Commented on #MensRightsMovies

If you’re going to be an asshole, at least be a funny asshole. These women fail at wit.

Oct 24, 2013 at 05:44PM EDT

Commented on Moon Moon

White Fire…

Huh, sounds like a band name for a neo-Nazi powermetal thing.

Oct 15, 2013 at 07:20PM EDT

Commented on Fifths' wall

You assume correctly. I’m looking forward to see what you start with :)

Aug 21, 2013 at 08:39AM EDT

Commented on Crimson Locks' wall

Hey Crimson look, I drew a thing.

I’ve been trying to improve my drawing skills a bit. You’re entering art school, so I suspect you’re doing the same. Want to start a drawing correspondence?

Aug 20, 2013 at 07:17PM EDT

Commented on Asian Girlz

And yet everyone couldn’t give less of a shit about this

Aug 05, 2013 at 01:11PM EDT

Commented on Sonata Dusk's wall

So next week will be the last week of my astronomy class. I’d like to try to stay vaguely abreast of this stuff, so if you’ve ever got any cool astronomy stuff you want to share with someone, please don’t hesitate to inform me.

Jul 19, 2013 at 09:23PM EDT

Commented on Brownmane the Knight's wall

Read your post on the forum. I don’t believe in a hard, objective right or wrong when it comes to human conduct, but I do believe that there are objective states of mental health and sickness. In the same way that we can say that the morbidly obese smoker is less healthy than a athlete, I think we can also point out lifestyles that are less conducive to healthy functioning and the good life we all seek to enjoy.

I think you’re unhealthy, that your hedonistic perversions are just as unbalanced and harmful as the repressive Victorian attitudes towards sex you like to criticize. I’m not condemning you as a bad person, I’m just saying that I think you’d be happier if you found a way to curb your appetites as well as your misanthropic tendencies. Just speaking from personal experience, I became a lot happier when I decided to stop hating humans.

Jul 18, 2013 at 11:13AM EDT

Commented on Sonata Dusk's wall

I remember once hearing on the radio when I was young that there would be a “very rare viewing of Venus visible tonight.” and then going outside to watch for it. I thought I was witnessing such a rare and mysterious thing when I saw it.

I feel kind of…disenchanted now realizing how often Venus is visible. I mean damn, I see it every night as I’m walking home, that obnoxiously bright fuck.

Jul 17, 2013 at 10:32PM EDT

Commented on Platus' wall

This is one of my favorite movies. I think you’ll really like it if you haven’t seen it already.

Jul 17, 2013 at 11:44AM EDT

Commented on Sonata Dusk's wall

So I went to bed after a long night of studying astronomy. It was 4 in the morning by the time I eventually went to sleep, really hot, and my brain was going a million miles an hour, so it wasn’t really very good sleep. It was that kind of sleep where you’re semi-aware of your surroundings. I’m kind of a slob, so my surroundings consist of a lot of books, instruments, and plates strewn about.

Anyway, so I’m having this weird semi-sleep and I dreamt that I was the center of gravity and all the objects in my room were orbiting about me. In my haze, I kept making deductions about the objects, the eccentricity of their orbits, how the fork serving as a moon to the plate was effecting its rotation. When I woke up the next morning, still really hazy, I reached over to the nearby cup and was astounded when I discovered water in it! I had been theorizing all night whether its orbit would permit liquid water or not.

Then I drank the water.

Jul 14, 2013 at 01:54PM EDT

Commented on Platus' wall

Alright, we seem to have three arguments going on.

1: The use of language in discussing philosophy.

2: The assumption of basic beliefs, namely that humans can know the world.

3: Whether the categories of the biological sexes are naturally derived or socially construed.

I’m going to continue this via private message just so it gets less messy. I’ll get back to you some time later tonight. I do appreciate the discussion though…it’s good for me to familiarize myself with someone who isn’t steeped in the analytic tradition.

Jul 10, 2013 at 11:39AM EDT

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