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   Mon Dec 19, 2011 3:41 pm
pamphleteering? no.
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On Canadian Women

Permanent Linkby michijo on Mon Dec 19, 2011 3:41 pm

Now I have decided that Canadian women are better than American and European women. At first I didn't believe it, having corresponded with a few who were controlling maniacs, I am now impressed to believe, from further inspection, in their superior mental powers and physical height! :D I like Canadian women a lot, but not if they are accountants. :(

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pamphleteering? no.

Permanent Linkby michijo on Fri Dec 09, 2011 1:28 am

I am not writing here specifically to disseminate political views. If I happen to say something you consider racist, wrong, ineffectual, or closed-minded, please note that if I really wanted to convince people of something, I would take my time and write a pamphlet, print it out, and put stacks of it in coffeeshops. :) be advised that I may not back up my opinions in a way that pleases you.

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Teas

Permanent Linkby michijo on Tue Nov 22, 2011 1:32 am

:idea: Thinking of bagged teas that are fast to make and cheap, I discovered that Punjana Tea from Ireland is a better than Twinings from England. A box of Twinings 20 bags, crude though bagged tea may be, for the sake of efficiency, is in fact around 4 dollars.

Punjana Tea comes in a huge green package with 80 bags in it. Each bag is filled to bursting capacity and in strong filter sacks. The 80 bags are roughly the same price as 20 of Twinings. Further, Twinings is very weak tea, if you compare both the Irish Breakfast Tea of Twinings with Punjana Irish Breakfast, the Twinings bag easy falls apart in hot water, and makes a weak tea.

My theory is that the British are more genteel than the Irish, so like weaker more expensive tea. The Irish like the cheaper stronger tea blend, and being poorer, wont stand for tea bags breaking. The Punjana is black like Guinness stout beer.

This is my observation on consumption of prepackaged tea for the person who likes real strong tea, which I am hopped up on now! :idea:

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Alone Without Consequence

Permanent Linkby michijo on Tue Nov 22, 2011 12:05 am

Sometimes it seems I will be alone forever, and not only that, but that I should accept it, to never have a mate or sexual relations again, to live and die inhumanly, a wasted life, and so what then, may die unjust deaths? To die alone without consequence. There is nothing in life that one deserves. Being born isn't an entitlement program to all the benefits of humanity. If I cant understand the opposite sex, then maybe I was born for bachelorhood. Otherwise I would have been born with some understanding, or is the real enemy the natural world? The natural must be cured with drugs and such, artificial limbs, fake hearts, etc...And why not? What is to say that natural is good or artificial bad? There are just as many errors in the natural world as in the one of human invention, and what is to say an invention by man is not natural? Isn't man natural himself? :|

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Crossed Eyes

Permanent Linkby michijo on Tue Nov 01, 2011 1:28 am

Someone took a photograph of me and I crossed my eyes while they were taking the photo. I looked retarded. Then the truth occurred to me: I really am retarded!

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