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14. Wear headphones without listening to music.

I want to emphasize that what I really got out of this is a sense that nothing I was doing defended my interests very much. I was acting against my hopes. I couldn’t distance myself from the story I believed was true.

imp kerr: This, too, is for the best

I want to emphasize that what I really got out of this is a sense that nothing I was doing defended my interests very much. I was acting against my hopes. I couldn’t distance myself from the story I believed was true.

imp kerr: This, too, is for the best

American police officer is under investigation after allegedly breaking into his neighbour’s house to do his laundry.

Shines Like Gold, Triple Decker Weekly


The unique morphology of the human female pelvis served as an obstacle to easy access of the male in the process of copulation, necessitating the female’s conscious decision for sexual intercourse. This circumstance might have created a psychological basis for female propellant psychosexual manipulation of the male as a natural consequence.

Shines Like Gold  |  From Concealed female external genitals: Possible morpho-psychological clue to unique emotional and cognitive evolutionary matrix of man: Medical Science Monitor, 2006, Vol. 12, No. 5

The unique morphology of the human female pelvis served as an obstacle to easy access of the male in the process of copulation, necessitating the female’s conscious decision for sexual intercourse. This circumstance might have created a psychological basis for female propellant psychosexual manipulation of the male as a natural consequence.

Shines Like Gold  |  From Concealed female external genitals: Possible morpho-psychological clue to unique emotional and cognitive evolutionary matrix of man: Medical Science Monitor, 2006, Vol. 12, No. 5

MM: Do you hear voices?
JB: I used to.
MM: Were they friendly or hostile?
JB: I don’t know.
MM: Do you still hear voices?
JB: No.
MM: How old are you?
JB: I’m one hundred thousand years old.
MM: You don’t look like someone who’s one hundred thousand years old.
JB: Yes but it repeats itself in my head.

Shines Like Gold, in the Name of INJUSTICE

MM: Do you hear voices?

JB: I used to.

MM: Were they friendly or hostile?

JB: I don’t know.

MM: Do you still hear voices?

JB: No.

MM: How old are you?

JB: I’m one hundred thousand years old.

MM: You don’t look like someone who’s one hundred thousand years old.

JB: Yes but it repeats itself in my head.

Shines Like Gold, in the Name of INJUSTICE

Fortune Teller Used Google to Speak to the Dead. | Zoo Keeper Helps Constipated Monkey Pass Peanut By Licking Its Butt For An Hour. | It is the only instance in the history of naval warfare where one submarine intentionally sank another while both were submerged.

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the y3 party last night, on greene, was a mustering of aloha, chiquita, and steve. it was more of a store opening than a party. a mustering of drinkers. aloha lives on the same block and the thought of totally hacking their wi-fi was rapturing her.
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Imp Kerr’s TRIPLE-DECKER WEEKLY:

The first thing to understand is that if you are still alive five minutes after a small nuclear weapon detonates, you are already very likely to survive. [Jason Lefkowitz]
Does it seem plausible that education serves (in whole or part) as a signal of ability rather than simply a means to enhance productivity? (…) Many MIT students will be hired by consulting firms that have no use for any of these skills. Why do these consulting firms recruit at MIT, not at Hampshire College, which produces many students with no engineering or computer science skills (let alone, knowledge of signaling models)? Why did you choose MIT over your state university that probably costs one-third as much? [David Autor/MIT | PDF]
What would we do if we encountered an alien race? From astronomers to ufologists to anthropologists, scholars who have contemplated the various “contact scenarios” believe our course of action would strongly depend on the relative intelligence level of the newfound beings. [LiveScience]
Alien Abductions May Be Vivid Dreams, Study Shows. [Life’s Little Mysteries]

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Imp Kerr’s TRIPLE-DECKER WEEKLY:

The first thing to understand is that if you are still alive five minutes after a small nuclear weapon detonates, you are already very likely to survive. [Jason Lefkowitz]

Does it seem plausible that education serves (in whole or part) as a signal of ability rather than simply a means to enhance productivity? (…) Many MIT students will be hired by consulting firms that have no use for any of these skills. Why do these consulting firms recruit at MIT, not at Hampshire College, which produces many students with no engineering or computer science skills (let alone, knowledge of signaling models)? Why did you choose MIT over your state university that probably costs one-third as much? [David Autor/MIT | PDF]

What would we do if we encountered an alien race? From astronomers to ufologists to anthropologists, scholars who have contemplated the various “contact scenarios” believe our course of action would strongly depend on the relative intelligence level of the newfound beings. [LiveScience]

Alien Abductions May Be Vivid Dreams, Study Shows. [Life’s Little Mysteries]

Read more.

nora and nobra are on a boat. nora falls off.
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nora and nobra are on a boat. nora falls off.

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Trash past death

there’s no such thing as a happy hope. it’s all a giant wheel of disenchantment, of sadness, of disorder. you wait and you’re cursed.

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