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  1. Pretty much. I'm just here because of all the memories of drama. I've actually spent most of my time in this game in RIA even though I mostly don't associate my history with RIA, that's just the last place I landed before everything died. There's so much awesome history that we all collectively just made up and went along with, in a game with an admin who didn't really care maybe even at all to be honest. It's pretty amazing to look back and see what we, the players, did here to make it fun. I'll see y'all again when we hit 1k.
  2. ps also most higher species (including all other ape species but especially especially our closest relatives the chimps) exhibit rampant bisexual behavior. it turns out, that in highly social species, where social bonds are necessary for survival, sex is a very useful social bonding tool. which literally means that being gay is not only perfectly natural, but an evolutionary survival advantage.
  3. itt people talk about adam and eve as if that was a real thing that happened
  4. Depression is when your anxiety and misery paralyzes you and you don't even get out of bed all day, except for very low level basic needs like food and bathroom. Often you are depressed for no discernible reason, or you play trivial matters over and over in your head and blow them out of proportion. Depression is not mere sadness at hard times, it is another beast altogether, that needs to be treated. I should know. I was treated, and I recovered. Don't ever be afraid to seek help. Because it can lift you up and out of the pit of suffering and misery you are in. I know the pain and I know the darkness and how you can't see the light. I know what it is like to cry yourself to sleep every night, to collapse on the floor in a ball of tears. Medication takes the edge off, and therapy can help you learn how to manage it and deal with it, until eventually, it evaporates, and you can finally live again. If you want to get out of the pit, talk to a doctor. Anyone who tells you it's not real is full of !@#$ and those voices should be discarded. It is real. But it need not be permanent - if you get help from professionals. There should be no shame in this. I'm not ashamed of the fact that I got help and recovered. In fact, it's become a rather important advocacy issue in my life, and I feel that if you're in that pit, you deserve to hear from someone who has actually been there.
  5. I've been in that abyss. Your post, sans the weed thing, is pretty accurate to me 4-5 years ago. Been a long road to recovery, but it is possible, so never give up.
  6. Part of the success is that it emulates life, in having no ultimate end goal. It is for us to make of it what we will.
  7. HeroofTime55

    The 'C' word

    Get well sooner rather than later. And stay on top of this even after you get the all clear. You'll be in my thoughts.
  8. I don't know why the term "lulzist" is making the rounds again. It's inaccurate and stupid. The so-called "lulzist" faction has two parts: DBDC and their ilk, bent on the destruction of everything and on the verge of permanently winning the game, and NPO and company, who think they're being smart by tagging along and getting a taste of power again, without a goddamn clue that they're next on the menu.
  9. Yeah but if you really want to get to work on the problem, the Catholic church is a great place to start.
  10. HeroofTime55

    Daytona 500!

    I like to watch cars drive in circles.
  11. A whole lot of this. But you also have to take into account the Prison Industrial Complex we have here in the States (responsible for our insane incarceration rate). People aren't sent to jail to be rehabilitated. They're sent because private prison companies make money for every prisoner they house. They couldn't care less what the prisoners do in there, they just want more prisoners. It's noble to speak of things like "rehabilitation," but that is so far removed from the reality of our prison state.
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