#9881

tears posted:

could have just hidden it in the fridge


we got OJ, purple stuff, soda… The Great Helmsman? Yeah go for it!

#9882

Constantignoble posted:

i have a big dumb essay i may share



it got way bigger and way dumber, each time causing me to question some previous argument i thought i'd settled, and add another 10 or so books to my study list. i've started calling this "my master's thesis," though i swear on god and on mao that i will never go to grad school for any reason, not even to pick up a friend unless they're really drunk or sad or out of money or just want to hang out, that's cool too

anyway, i feel like by the time it's finished "essay" won't be the right word for it anymore (currently around 12k words and nowhere near done), but i don't think i have the steam to drag a full book out of it. and i just now realized, oh, it's a pamphlet. i'm writing a pamphlet. i've reached that part of my political development.

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#9883
Been a month, no manic or depressive episodes so far. I'm not happy, or sad for that matter. Just indifferent to everything, which I'll count as a win.
#9884
rHizzonE salute to the old guy who shot a bunch of landlords in Toronto. that's how you play real life
#9885
Got back from neurologist after tilt test, he said my vagus nerve is fucked up and he can't do shit because he's not a miracle worker. Sent me back to my cardiologist for a hail mary.
#9886
I'm sorry for your troubles and the unreliability of miracles.
#9887
Forget it about, I was going to off myself one of these days anyway, but if nerve damage kills me first so be it.
#9888
im going on strike
#9889
I've been cleared for SSDI, the income is worthless and won't cover rent, but I do get disabled workers insurance when I get a job. (Which covers everything, and no deductibles.)