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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by B_Hickboy, Apr 28, 2007.
Woo! That's exactly what I'm doing.
Thank you! I've been doing stuff all day. Glad to be sitting here now.
Nike slogans that never made it.
Just Don't it!
I'm standing. Are you standing too? Let's all sit down at the count of three. Make sure you have a chair:smile: :wink:
Why do we have to have chairs? Can't I sit on your lap? :wink:
Yes! :wink: :smile:
But remember, we're not supposed to do anything...just sit there. :tongue: :biggrin1:
Oh ok!:biggrin1: :wink:
Someone's been watching Alice in Wonderland! :wink:
If this is musical chairs I want to sit on HickBoy's lap.
So much for all the sweet nothings that you've been whispering in my ear! ...can I watch?
badger badger badger
"Don't just do something, stand there..." was originally said by The White Rabbit, in Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland.
Recently somebody pointed out this thread as vapid nonsense. The objection was made by a fellow who had to dig back through hundreds of threads, for almost two years, to find something that he assumed made his point. He confuses assuming with understanding, though. It's a sad person, virtually devoid of self - esteem, who takes his own half-baked assumptions as some sort of Law of the Universe. How do I know? Because such individuals express their self-hatred through contempt of their fellows, and I deliberately make myself a target for their bile. They are the victims of a compulsion to destroy, but they ultimately destroy themselves after a spell of being a real big pain in the ass to the rest of us.
At the time I put up this post there was a lot of reactionary behavior on the board, and I was trying to use humor, however lukewarm it may have been, to remind people that they had the option of looking the other way and doing nothing. In some situations, the only power a person posses lies in not having to respond. I know, almost nobody here is so philosophically stunted that they need that explained to them, but a few still do.
Yeah, looking backwards at this thread and taking it out of context, one might view it as stupid. But then anybody who has a heart and mind and an awareness of something other than his own inner turmoil and pain will see what it's really about, and show some tolerance. But then, some people have no heart. Sometimes I forget that. It's just too much to ask some folks to put themselves in another's place.
The only thing he proved with is little maneuver was that he has OCD issues. I hope he gets the help he needs. I tried, but I can't seem to do him any good at all. :frown1: