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The Troubled Teen Industry / Re: Is Jail better than a program?
« on: September 15, 2010, 09:14:23 PM »
Rly? WTF kind of perverted Pepsi challenge is this?

Is jail better than parents?

Is a program better than god?

Do you believe in innocent drugs?

What troubled teens would you legalize?

You sure do ask some hard hitting questions. Let me know how that sociology paper turns out.

ursus, it's time someone took a ball-peen hammer to your CTRL key.  TL;DR  :timeout:

I know you can write, Ive seen you do it. It's just been a while.

The Troubled Teen Industry / Re: Nutraloaf - program punishment diets.
« on: September 14, 2010, 06:19:25 PM »
I felt that we lucked out hard core concerning RMA vittles. Our running springs CEDU brethren werent so lucky, as their food was quite greasy, but RMA food was top notch, and made from scratch. We had diet restrictions, but actually, it was restrictions that make sense for a healthy diet.

Honey instead of sugar
Whole wheat and grain flour instead of enriched white flour.
Limited amount of coffee (caffeine) per day (1-2 cups)
Greens supplied at almost every meal

and that was pretty much it, if memory serves. We still got some processed food, such as cereal and saltines, but for the most part, everything was made in the kitchen, fresh, every day. (the best bacon Ive ever had was from our own slaughtered pigs) The only really fucked up thing was the rush to get our food before it ran out. I dont remember this much, but according to others, we ran out of food often, and then the remaining kids got rolls with butter.

Technically, a human could live on bread and butter indefinitely, and be fine. It was more the psychological aspect that was hard. The food was often the only thing at that place I had to look forward to. But the fact of the matter is, it takes a lot longer to make food on a wood burning stove. The kitchen staff always did their best to  prepare enough for everyone.. just not enough for seconds. As a result, a lot of times, the firsts people were getting their seconds before the people at the end of the line had gotten firsts.

We also had commissary on sundays, where we could buy junk food with our meager allowance. gummy worms, screaming yellow zonkers, shasta soda, corn nuts, etc.

Compared to what other program people had, we ate like fucking kings.

The Melting Pot / Re: Get Fit Fornits thread
« on: September 13, 2010, 10:53:47 PM »
I just..... got home from work. (animal shelter.)

and now, Im going to smoke some weed and take a bath, because my body is killing me.

Although it is nice to get your exercise in and get paid for it, too.

Open Free for All / Re: You're special
« on: September 03, 2010, 10:06:41 PM »
old joke.

I beg to differ, however. In the special olympics, everybody wins.

Not exactly the same on the interwebs. You can smell some serious basement-funk offa some folks, doncha know.

Anarchist: a Liberal Humanist in a leather jacket.

- Boyd Rice

Quote from: "Botched Programming"
Quote from: "try another castle"
They gets Whataburgers in FL, don't they?

Closest Whataburger I know of from FL Is in Charlotte NC... Makes the best burger around... Miss those things !!!!   :waaaa:

Man, I miss southern fast food. Whataburger, Church's Fried Chicken, Jim Dandy Fried Chicken, Roy Rogers, Whopper Burger (local to san antonio),

Or just pick myself up a soda at the piggly wiggly.

Quote from: "Anne Bonney"
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The article should be re-titled. "WOMAN STALKED BY  (REALLY BAD) AL JOLSON IMPERSONATOR"

I know!  I didn't really get that part.  Why was he in black-face?

Easy! He was in a "bad part of town" (according to him) and didnt want to get raped by teh nigras.

Either that or he has a bad habit of being notoriously overdressed for most occasions. stalking daughter=special forces ops

If he wears tuxedos to get himself some hush puppies at the local Whataburger, then my  hunch may be correct.

They gets Whataburgers in FL, don't they?

Open Free for All / Re: Labor Day Fornits Convention
« on: August 27, 2010, 10:11:18 PM »
Only the unfortunate few end up in jails, institutions and death....

Im sick of these things being mutually exclusive.

I think my final goal for this lifetime is to end up dead, insane AND in jail. Maybe they can stuff my corpse and prop me up in a corner of the cell block somewhere. Im hoping that if I die *while* insane, it will count towards some sort of an indefinite insanity thing, since Im certainly not going to get any saner.

Maybe I could be UNdead, insane and in jail. It would probably be to my benefit to be a zombie while incarcerated.

Im not sure. I think Im going to have to consult some Gygax/AD&D material about status effects post-mortem before I launch into this full-throttle.

ham and pineapple sandwich with horseradish. Sprinkle liberally with photons and gluons, then smack with an antimatter tire iron.

The article should be re-titled. "WOMAN STALKED BY  (REALLY BAD) AL JOLSON IMPERSONATOR"

Damn. Wish I had been sent to a place in Denmark.

Wonder what they would have done if I had also expressed a need to "understand marijuana"..

Open Free for All / Re: Problems you face without immigration laws
« on: August 09, 2010, 03:29:27 AM »
Oscar, you can't compare US and Denmark. We are different countries, with different histories, government and dynamics. And the same can be said for both of our border neighbors. The chances of our outcomes being similar is a bit remote, since there are so many variables to take into consideration

For example, Denmark has a history of being invaded. (The vikings loved you dudes.) The US is a country of immigrants.

Also, and unrelated, my wife has gotten me into Safri Duo. Those dudes got some serious chops.  Bongos, yay.

The Troubled Teen Industry / Re: I don't call myself "survivor"
« on: August 09, 2010, 03:22:51 AM »
Quote from: "anythinganyone"






I just laughed so hard I shit.

Then I submitted this fucking absurd little bitch of a quote to t-shirt hell.

I knew there was a reason why I occasionally still venture over to this slum.

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