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General Chat / Re: What Amuses You?
« on: August 30, 2006, 07:21:17 AM »
Oh yeah... I forgot to mention that Socrates made people look like idiots because they acted like they knew stuff, but after he questioned them for a long time he showed that they had no idea know what they were talking about.  It wasn't his goal to make them look like idiots but he simply had a passion for philosophy that he kept all the way to his death.

XD The message you say now after editing is pretty funny because it's the exact opposite of what you say before editing.  Did someone have a change of heart? ;)

General Chat / Re: What Amuses You?
« on: August 29, 2006, 03:45:16 PM »
Mr. Melee: Actually, I didn't find it funny.  At first.  But then the fact that something you said I would find funny didn't even seem funny to me... made me laugh! XD Oh brother.  But if I saw a galloping duck on TV I'm sure I would laugh.  "Whut?  That's not a horse!  You got two halves of a coconut and you're bangin' 'em together!"

Right now I'm taking a philosophy course and learning about the great philosopher Socrates.  This guy is a genious and at the same time really funny.  He asks millions of questions to people and they get mad because he makes them look like idiots.  Sadly, he even gets put to death by the Athens because of it!  Here's a few of my favorite lines from him (but only the last one is something I think is funny):

“The unexamined life is not worth living”
“For he knows nothing, and thinks that he knows, while I neither know nor think that I know.  And in this I think I have a slight advantage.”
“My friend!  Will you leave me in despair?  And here I had hoped that you could teach me what holiness itself is.” (you would have to read the whole conversation to get it)

I love philosophy.  To a point.

LD: XD Excuse me for my ignorance but how can you get away with that?

CW's sig: I have more Bibles than Sapphira does.  And I probably have more spiritual books than she does too! (>=(:  )@)

General Chat / Re: The HOPEFUL thread: Be happy here!
« on: August 26, 2006, 04:28:46 PM »
*high five to Robert and Hirocon* :)

General Chat / Re: The HOPEFUL thread: Be happy here!
« on: August 24, 2006, 02:16:41 PM »
Last night I saw a PBS special about the Blue Man Group (inside the tube).  This was my first time to see anything they did and I didn't know what to expect.  It completely blue me away!  After getting used to the weirdness, I started to like it.  I think my favorite parts were when they played the tubes and also the witty "Guide Book to Rock and Roll."  Bob your head... pump your fist... jump up and down!! :)  I probably shouldn't have watched this right before bed though (my Dad taped it while I went to church) because it gave me a strange dream.

I think I need to find more things in common with you people because... most of the time I don't know what people are even talking about. >_>

TBT: I found your Lost book!  It was underneath my bed somehow.

General Chat / Re: The HOPEFUL thread: Be happy here!
« on: August 23, 2006, 12:14:38 PM »
I should really see that movie some time.  It's been too long.  XD MySpace.  XD BP's signature.

Well... I haven't come to good ol' TMK for awhile so I guess I should probably say something.  How's everybody doing?  Still hopeful and happy? :)

I just returned from working at camp this summer and I had the best time ever.  Meeting new people, hanging with my cabinmates, reading tons of good books, learning more things about myself and what I need to change, singing loud catchy songs in the chapel and around the campfire, going to a Shawn McDonald concert, watching kids have fun with their counselors and slowly change over the summer, and more than I can say here. What a great summer.

Last Friday I rented LoZ: Four Swords and I'm really having fun with it.  This is the first Zelda game I've played in a long time (weird, huh?).  So far I’ve journeyed to Death Mountain and soon will enter the dark temple of boiling lava and fire-belching statues!  I’m Tingling with anticipation.

Being the bookworm that I am, I’m reading another book right now called “Shine: Make Them Wonder What You’ve Got” and I’m almost finished.  It’s all about “Being the change that you want to see” in others and I love everything in this book and the lessons it teaching me (if you flipped through it you would find underlined sentences on almost every page).  Just yesterday I read something that I really needed to hear about the way I think about other people.  “When we take on the attitude that we’re better than others, we’re holding on to pride.... Sometimes it isn’t judging people’s actions but judging what we think they will do that prevents us from reaching out.”  I never realized it but maybe I do think too high of myself and should rethink the way I look at people.  Sorry if I said more than needed.

And finally, the Nintendo Wii is scheduled to land on our planet in just a few months.  I don’t know what else to say except... Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!

Okay, I figured it out.  I won't download the music, but I listen to it on the hi-fi radio mode!  Awesome!  I'm glad that I can have a clear conscious and still hear some of my favorite music.

What?  The Wii is here already?!  Hey everyone...!!

General Chat / Re: Ultimate Birthday Compilation
« on: August 01, 2006, 12:58:49 PM »
Happy birthday, Deez!  I have a surprise for you this December (but you might not like it)


General Chat / Re: What Amuses You?
« on: July 30, 2006, 07:46:31 PM »
70 in a 55?!  Sounds like somebody had to go real bad. >_<

You know, I just remembered something.  Last month I watched this hilarious video of the comedian Ellen Degenerous and she had a great message about procrastination.  It was so incredibly funny but the interesting thing was that it was like listening to a sermon but one loaded with humor and no spirituality.  Here's what it was like:

[Spoilers]At the beginning, Ellen started to talk about procrastination and I thought for sure that I knew what she was going to say (but I was so wrong).  Before she talked about procrastination she put it off for awhile to talk about other things, which I found hilarious.  She jumped from topic to topic about random stuff like frustrating objects (tough-to-open pickle jars, big rolls of thin toilet paper), looking stupid in front of other people, and lots more.  At the end of the show she finally got back on topic and convinced me that procrastination was a good thing. [/Spoilers]

So, at the end she said that procrastination can be a good thing because sometimes we hardly give people much of our time because we're so busy.  "We try to save as much time as we can... and what do we do with that time?  Absolutely nothing!"  I got a lot from that and now I try to remember to set time for other people and stop worrying about how I look.  I definitely suggest that anyone watch that movie because I think you'll enjoy it (a little offensive but not too much).  "Procrastinate as soon as possible!  Do not put it off." XD

General Chat / Re: What Amuses You?
« on: July 28, 2006, 09:29:05 PM »
And everyone else would stand there and chant "Awful Waffle! Awful Waffle! Awful Waffle!" until some adult came and broke everything up. To me, the Awful Waffle is ingenious and hilarious because they don't describe it past syrup and a tennis racket.

XD.  I picture a waffle strapped to a tennis racket, drenched in syrup, and then smushed in the kid's face. (sorry if I'm taking the funniness out of it)

DeadAwake: I think that humor is your every-day experience taken to an extreme case.  At least this is one kind of humor I really love!

From the sounds of it, it seems like Chupperson doesn't think that anything is funny.  Just kidding ;)

Here are two words put together that have made me laugh almost every time I hear them: Blow'd up

Site Discussion / Re: Talkback: Mailbag 30 Jun 2006 - Podcast #1
« on: July 15, 2006, 10:06:33 AM »
Simply hilarious.  I also laughed through the whole thing as I listened to it. (Especially the part at the end)  I'm embarrassed that I wrote such a stupid letter, and I really don't know what I was thinking.  Later I listened to the Unsolved Mysteries theme and realized that it wasn't nearly as similar to SMW Ghost House as I had thought.  Oh well.

I hope you guys can do that again and have Deezer and Sapphira with ya!  It was fun to listen to.


Site Discussion / Re: Talkback: Mailbag 10 Jul 2006
« on: July 14, 2006, 01:43:39 PM »
I'm a little scared to hear the respone to my letter in the previous mailbag.  "Sup, ma bro Chuppason!" What in the world was I thinking?! X__X XD

Edit: Okay, that wasn't so bad.  Wow, you guys were totally losing it! XD I'm a little worried though that I shamed you.

Professor Deepthrought asked whether or not I was going to write that fan fic I mentioned before (I think the one where I said TMK people would go to the real Mushroom Kingdom) and my answer is no.  I'm not going to write that, but instead I hope to work on a new fan fic that could be 100 times better.  DT, you can check out "Mario and TMK unite!" in the Story Boards if you want a story like that. ;)

Fan Creations / Re: Haiku
« on: July 13, 2006, 01:42:34 PM »
CTOAN: XD  Sad but funny.

Okay... now that I think of it, I think "loser" was a bit harsh. "Buddy" is much nicer.  I love SMRPG but I also love Paper Mario 2 and there are some aspects of the game that I think are better than RPG.  And I bet that the other ones are great too. (However I still like the 3 person battles and the special attacks)  I hope that will be a game you can download on the Wii.  I bet it could be rated E10+ because of the innuendo. :(

Wii will, Wii will rock
you.  Rock you.  Wii will, Wii will
rock you.  Rock you.  Uh!

General Chat / Re: Ultimate Birthday Compilation
« on: July 11, 2006, 06:39:15 PM »
Nice job, Bird Person.  I would eat that if I was 2 dimensional.

Why does fuzzy's custom title say "liar"?

General Chat / Re: Ultimate Birthday Compilation
« on: July 09, 2006, 09:31:14 AM »
I thought that the Dragon was supposed to be interpreted as the devil.  But I don't remember right now and maybe it isn't.  I'm actually reading Revelations at the time but I'm not trying to understand it.  It's so much better that way.

Viv Ivins. @_@

General Chat / Re: Ultimate Birthday Compilation
« on: July 08, 2006, 02:10:44 PM »
But it wasn't just any 06... it was 2006, man!!  That's, like... huge, man! XP

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