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Tigersong
Posted on: May 12 2006, 01:04 AM


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I'm all about this. If no one else wants them, I can do the first two or thee lines. And I'll participate in any group chorus or anything.

Do we have a midi file of the song that we are going to use as the karaoke background?
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Tigersong
Posted on: Mar 31 2006, 01:56 AM


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I... kinda forgot how many times. I lost count.

I'm a bad lent breaker.

In any case. It's a lot higher than this. However, I think I must gracefully bow out of my own competition.
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Tigersong
Posted on: Mar 29 2006, 01:51 AM


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Find a public bathroom and break lent repeatedly.
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Tigersong
Posted on: Mar 21 2006, 06:10 AM


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Wow! Midget pr0n!

I am so ashamed by my poor antilent showing.
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Tigersong
Posted on: Mar 21 2006, 05:43 AM


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I kinda forgot to keep track of how many times lent has been broken since I last posted, but I'll make a quick estimate of what I can remember.

Tiggersnog:15
Oli: 11
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Tigersong
Posted on: Mar 18 2006, 12:10 AM


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Masturbate for Bushisms. Wow. That should be, like, a Democrat slogan.

Or something.

Anyway, not sure if Oli's still trying his hardest, but the score at present stands at

Tigersong: 10
Oli: 11
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Tigersong
Posted on: Mar 16 2006, 02:30 PM


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Oh, I suppose I should update.

Tigersong: 9
Oli: 11

Damn.
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Tigersong
Posted on: Mar 11 2006, 11:22 PM


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Heh.

You never know exactly what is going on during IRC, do you?
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Tigersong
Posted on: Mar 11 2006, 09:14 PM


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Tigersong: 6
Oli: 4

And Tigersong pulls ahead of the competition.
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Tigersong
Posted on: Mar 11 2006, 01:47 PM


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TIgersong: 5
Oli: 4

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I'm off this evening to break lent all over my girlfriend several times... I'm assuming this still counts?


That's unfair! My wife is half way across the continent!

Not that it doesn't count. But it's still unfair.
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Tigersong
Posted on: Mar 10 2006, 05:16 AM


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Tigersong: 4
Oli: 3

*yawn* And now to bed.
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Tigersong
Posted on: Mar 9 2006, 06:50 AM


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QUOTE (Novander @ Mar 8 2006, 07:13 PM)
If you really feel sorry for Nov, you could delete this thread.
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I don't feel that sorry. biggrin.gif

Tigersong: 3
Oli: 2
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Tigersong
Posted on: Mar 9 2006, 12:33 AM


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Tigersong: 2
Oli: 2

You're going down boy.

Although, I do feel for Nov. No one needs this much info on how much lent breaking is going on around him.
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Tigersong
Posted on: Mar 8 2006, 05:55 AM


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Make that

Oli: 1
Tigersong: 1
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Tigersong
Posted on: Mar 8 2006, 05:44 AM


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So, because a bunch of silly people are denying their carnal passions for Lent (said the guy who has given up snack food, junk food, fried food, pop, and cookies for lent -- plus a large reduction in meat consumption), Oli and I decided to have a Lent Breakers challenge. Simply: In the remaining days of Lent, how many times can we... ahem... break the rules of the Lent Challenge that other people are participating in.

As of now, the stats are:

Oli: 1
Tigersong: 0

Yes, we are unable to stop touching ourselves for 40 days. We are such dirty children.
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Tigersong
Posted on: Mar 8 2006, 05:37 AM


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"Existing members who haven't posted since the change over need to post a reply somewhere once before their permissions are upgraded."

It came from me figuring out why I couldn't post a new topic.

Oh, and I'm sort of but maybe not really back. Hi.
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Tigersong
Posted on: Aug 15 2005, 07:19 AM


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QUOTE (Quoth(The Raven) @ Aug 14 2005, 09:14 PM)
4. Those who insist on 'Logical' explanations to unidentified phenomena, do so BECAUSE they are afraid.  They are unwilling to face the fact that there is much in this universe we can't understand/control, and may never understand/control.
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I disagree. I insist on logical explanations to "unidentified phenomena," for two reasons: 1) I don't believe that there are phenomena that cannot be identified, and 2) I've never experienced a phenomenon that I couldn't explain logically. In fact, I've never seen any evidence that convinced me of anything except for rational, scientific explanations. As well, most experiences of the paranormal I hear about are linked to remarkably vivid imaginations, waking hallucinations or dreams, psychological disturbances, and hearsay. I am not "afraid" of the paranormal, I just find the belief in it absurd. I consider myself to be remarkably non-superstitious -- although others who know me better would disagree. After all, I cling to a belief in God like a frightened little baby. That being said, I do not "believe" in angels, ghosts, physical miracles, near-death experiences, astrology, an interventionist deity, revealed religion, or any other number of ridiculous notions. I think they "happen" -- that is, people think they've experienced something extraordinary, when really there is a rational explanation for what happened. Hallucinations and coincidences are high on the list. All in all, I have no patience for superstitions, even though I probably study them more often than most people do (having my fascination with all things spiritual/religious/supernatural).

Edit: This is coming from a person who owns three Tarot decks and is fairly experienced reading them. Not that I actually believe it "works!" tongue.gif
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Tigersong
Posted on: Aug 15 2005, 07:02 AM


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As usual, Wikipedia has a wonderful article on the subject. A few choice quotes, dispelling some of the myths:

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The source of nocturnal emissions is not known. A common theory, tacitly assumed by many researchers, is that they are the direct result of the stimulation caused by either erotic dreams or memories of waking sexual activities . . . However, there has been little experimental evidence to support this theory, and many men claim to have had nocturnal emissions without accompanying erotic dreams. Another common theory is that wet dreams are the way the body disposes of "built-up" semen, to make room for more; the body does not in fact need to do this, as is evident from the many men who ejaculate only on rare occasions.


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The frequency of nocturnal emissions is highly variable. Some men have experienced large numbers of nocturnal emissions as teenagers, while some men have never experienced one in their lives . . . Contrary to popular belief, the frequency that one has nocturnal emissions has not been conclusively linked to one's frequency of masturbation, although widely-known sex researcher Alfred Kinsey controversially claimed that a correlation exists.


QUOTE (aldis @ Aug 14 2005, 09:05 PM)
You guys say that regular sex and masturbation would keep the fluid level normal??
I think there’s more than that… A psychological dimension..something buried deep in unconscious ……

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Not very likely, given the above quotes.

I have had one wet dream in my life, and considering the emphasis placed on it in sex ed, I thought I was abnormal. After all, every teacher said that wet dreams were practically the first sign of puberty. This annoyed me to no end when I learned that it was actually fairly common to not have wet dreams at all.
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Tigersong
Posted on: Aug 12 2005, 04:20 AM


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Happy Birthday (a bit early for me, but I wanted to be first) Jaq!

You're the bestest best friend a person could ever want.

I'd give you an online gift, but a RL one will have to suffice. If I remember to pick one up tomorrow.
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Tigersong
Posted on: Aug 9 2005, 06:28 PM


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I agree pretty much exactly with what Sean said, although I believe ensoulment occurs at the time of sentience -- but that's due to rather unusual theological beliefs concerning what constitutes a soul (ie. self-awareness, personhood -- but then, I've been accused in the past for doing little more than framing entirely atheistic ideas in theistic language). I put "always legal," but I suppose "mostly legal" is closer to the truth of what I believe. Someone above picked mostly legal instead of always legal, so I guess we cancel each other out.

doesn't have major OCD about it isn't going to be on the pill AND use condoms 'just in case'

er... Thanks. I guess I have OCD then. Or, you know, really don't want kids. tongue.gif

(Interestingly, the Church has at various times taught that abortion before "quickening" (when the baby first kicks) is, in fact, acceptable -- although the early Christians were probably opposed to it due to the widespread abuse of infanticide in general in ancient Rome.)
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Tigersong
Posted on: Aug 8 2005, 03:51 PM


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QUOTE (Jaq @ Aug 8 2005, 05:52 AM)
I'm not sure why I teach people that..  probably because I found it so hard learning it and I like seeing other people struggle just as much.  Though, Polocrunch learned it almost immediately.  Must be a mutant.
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Must be the gay gene. Better dancers, and all that.
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Tigersong
Posted on: Aug 8 2005, 02:33 AM


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Hey everyone!

Haven't been around in ages, but just wanted to tell everyone that, indeed, I am now married to my lovely wife, known on here as Artemisia. The wedding was on July 2, and went off wonderfully (with a few hitches here and there, but who can complain?) Jaw was one of our bridesmaids (in absentia, since she was in Bangkok at the time) but had a recorded message for us, which was lovely. Jicama on here was also one of our bridesmaids. It was exactly what we wanted. Artemisia looked gorgeous in her dress, and we had a fun time at the reception afterwards.

We then spent a month in Italy on our honeymoon, which was absolutely phenomenal. We met up with Jaq in Rome and had a blast there, (even though Rome kicked us in the ass a few times). I'm writing up what we did on our honeymoon on my livejournal, if anyone is interested. My username there is "tigersong" as well. I'll eventually getting around to writing up what happened at the wedding. Eventually, for those who know/care about me, I'll have pictures up on photobucket of the wedding and the honeymoon... but there's so much to do now that we're back in Canada, things are crazy busy (plus both my wife and I are sick with colds), so it'll be a while.

I just wanted to thank everyone who signed the card that Candice sent us. That was really really nice to get in the mail, and kind of exciting when we got back. A big thanks to Candice, too, for organizing/sending it. *hugs*
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Tigersong
Posted on: Aug 8 2005, 02:26 AM


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Yay! I see Jaq and Froggy doing the Yellow Brick Road dance!

Jaq taught that to me in a Tim Horton's parking lot at night, while old ladies looked on. It amused me.

And that is all I have to say.
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Tigersong
Posted on: Jul 11 2005, 08:18 PM


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Glad to hear everyone's okay. In Italy, and couldn't get to a computer until today. Was worried about you all, glad you're all okay.

I don't understand why we have to live in such a world filled with hatred and fear of each other, intolerant of each others beliefs and ignorant of the terrible situation in which our world sits -- why do we live in a world of such violence?

Peace, everyone.
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Tigersong
Posted on: May 24 2005, 11:06 AM


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QUOTE (CommieBastard @ May 24 2005, 05:01 AM)
QUOTE (Tigersong @ May 24 2005, 11:44 AM)
QUOTE (CommieBastard @ May 23 2005, 04:10 PM)
2: Nothing should ever be removed from public libraries - that perverts their mission;


Sad thing is, it happens all the time, at least at the local level. Libraries are constantly selling off old books that are unread/unpopular in order to make space for other books that are more popular/more commonly read/judged to be more important -- or at least, in the modern North American library, this is an extremely commonplace practice.
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Well, that's understandable - they can't all be the British Library. Selling off unpopular books to make room for more valuable materials is one thing, though - removing them from catalogue because of a moral judgment is not. It is not the place of a library to make such a judgment.
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Mmm, true. However, it still fills me with a tinge of sadness whenever I go to library book sales. (And yet, glee for the cheap books! BOOOOOOOK!)
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