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Rocketguy2
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Wednesday, July 3 2019, 4:50 pm EST
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There's a discord server now, https://discord.gg/T7nrXG.

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Can you feel your heart burning?
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The fear within me is beyond anything your soul can make, you cannot kill me in a way that matters
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welcome back ... Silver


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Yaya
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Hi Silver. I know a few years ago I was drunk and came across an old post where you mentioned feeling depressed, and I gave it a really crappy response, so drunk me sent you an apology PM. Glad to hear you're working to better yourself, mental health problems always suck



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Silver
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Saturday, July 6 2019, 12:54 am EST

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There's a discord server now, https://discord.gg/T7nrXG.

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The link is invalid. )=

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Hi Silver. I know a few years ago I was drunk and came across an old post where you mentioned feeling depressed, and I gave it a really crappy response, so drunk me sent you an apology PM. Glad to hear you're working to better yourself, mental health problems always suck

Thanks! Yes, I saw that PM (a few years late...sorry about that). Did you get my reply?
Yaya
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Saturday, July 6 2019, 9:02 am EST

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Doesn't look like it. Last PM I have from you is from 2014



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Silver
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Tuesday, July 9 2019, 12:20 am EST

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Strange. Guess it got eaten by the system, because I know I sent one.

I'll just reiterate what I said here: it's fine; I wasn't long-term affected by what you said or anything. I know I've been cruel to people who didn't deserve it either, so I understand the feeling, and I appreciate the apology.
atvelonis
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Wednesday, July 17 2019, 2:10 pm EST
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That link might've expired if it was an instant invite. Does this work?


jellsprout said:
As a kid I always thought tennisballs looked delicious and I liked biting them. I still remember the feel of the fuzz on my teeth and tongue.
Silver
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Yes, that works, thanks very much!

I'm Misty#7279 over on Discord, just in case anyone gets confused.
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Sunday, August 11 2019, 6:16 am EST
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Sup y'all.
I've been missing here. Feel so old


shos
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Sunday, August 11 2019, 6:17 am EST
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Hey here's a fun question
Does CSD have a decent computer by now? I mean it has been like a zillion years


atvelonis
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Sunday, August 18 2019, 10:20 pm EST
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I just finished reading All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. The main character, Marie-Laure, is a blind girl from Paris in WWII who lives with her father. I really enjoyed the chapters from her perspective. She likes Jules Verne, snails, and is pretty bright—she certainly makes the most of her situation. It's nice to read a work from the point of view of someone with a disability; it reminds me what I take for granted, like being able to read books normally, or not having to count my paces to know when I'm at the bakery, or even being able to see what I look like.

Equally interlaced with Marie-Laure's chapters are others detailing the life of a poor German orphan, Werner, who has a knack for tinkering with radios. His struggle is primarily a moral one; growing up during the years preceding the war, he has to balance the harsh nationalism by which he is surrounded with the sentimentality of his upbringing, and the way that this internal conflict manifests by the end of the novel is pretty touching.

I thought it had a compelling story and was very sweet throughout. It's an easier read than many books simply because of the format; each perspective lasts at most a few pages before switching. It doesn't feel rushed or artificially segmented, though; I think that being broken up into smaller chunks makes it more digestible, and prevents you from forgetting too much about the other parts of the plot, which can be a problem with more long-form structures. Solid recommendation!


jellsprout said:
As a kid I always thought tennisballs looked delicious and I liked biting them. I still remember the feel of the fuzz on my teeth and tongue.
Rocketguy2
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Wednesday, November 6 2019, 4:05 pm EST
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I am a whole new person now


Can you feel your heart burning?
Can you feel the struggle within?
The fear within me is beyond anything your soul can make, you cannot kill me in a way that matters
shos
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Thursday, November 14 2019, 5:59 pm EST
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So, anyone has read and is now seeing HIS DARK MATERIALS by Phillip Pullman?
That is one of the best book series I've ever read (I've also just bought the Book of Dust I&II[haven't read yet]) and I was really excited to hear a series is coming out, especially after the superbad box office bomb which was the first movie they tried to make about it


soccerboy13542
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Friday, November 15 2019, 9:46 pm EST
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i happen to be in the middle of re-reading the golden compass in anticipation for the tv series rn


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You know, I was thinking of getting an internship at Microsoft, but I'm not sure I want their lameness to rub off on me.
shos
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Saturday, November 16 2019, 5:15 pm EST
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soccerboy13542 said:
i happen to be in the middle of re-reading the golden compass in anticipation for the tv series rn
Me too!
I declared 1 chapter a day


atvelonis
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Monday, November 18 2019, 9:34 am EST
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I didn't know they were making a TV series of it! Will have to give the books a re-read too.


jellsprout said:
As a kid I always thought tennisballs looked delicious and I liked biting them. I still remember the feel of the fuzz on my teeth and tongue.

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