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2 hours ago, Munkie said:

If I'm ever in a coma with no brain activity, I want someone to pull the cord.

 

 

 

And whip me to death with it, just to make sure.

If you are in a coma with no brain activity, why would you want anything?

Seems like a lack of brain activity would equate to a lack of wants....

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3 hours ago, paxmiles said:

If you are in a coma with no brain activity, why would you want anything?

Seems like a lack of brain activity would equate to a lack of wants....

 

I'm stating it for the record. Just in case any of you dear readers happen to be around! 😃

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13 minutes ago, Munkie said:

 

I'm stating it for the record. Just in case any of you dear readers happen to be around! 😃

I wonder if a post on a thread is enough for me to legally pull your plug....? lol

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On 3/8/2019 at 11:58 PM, Munkie said:

And the only block of cheese you'll hide behind the refrigerator for the next tenant.

My friend was subleasing and kicked out roommates that weren't paying rent. They were kinda upset, so when they left, Easy Cheese had been sprayed all over the walls...

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On 3/7/2019 at 11:58 PM, Munkie said:

And the only block of cheese you'll hide behind the refrigerator for the next tenant.

Some places, I might do something like that, but I actually like my landlady. I've known her for almost 25 years, since I taught her kids karate while I was in high school.

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1 hour ago, WestRider said:

It's more general than that. "Pleasure-seeking", basically. Prioritizing things you enjoy. Like being lazy, perhaps.

So would seeking to enjoy life be inherently hedonistic?

Sounds strange. What's the alternative approach? To deliberately seek to not enjoy life?

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3 hours ago, paxmiles said:

Okay, an rpg where XP is applied in reverse: You just get gradually less impressive as you collect XP...

Sounds more like aging plus lasting injuries than XP as such. By the time you're 20th level, you're stuck in a wheelchair and can barely see where you're aiming that crossbow.

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