> Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

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Original_Lonely_Guy
#1 2017-07-16 16:01:34

Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Seven months no internet or TV.

No repeated exposure to the constant racism of baggers, less exposure to crimegasm news stories.

More time to read books and learn now not to be bored without constant stimulus.

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Phillip_McCavity
#2 2017-07-16 16:03:16

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Original_Lonely_Guy wrote:

Seven months no internet or TV.

No repeated exposure to the constant racism of baggers, less exposure to crimegasm news stories.

More time to read books and learn now not to be bored without constant stimulus.

I think constant stimulus really is habit forming.

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#3 2017-07-16 16:03:21

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

You might be getting too mature for this place

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#4 2017-07-16 16:04:35

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Original_Lonely_Guy wrote:

Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

This:

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Original_Lonely_Guy
#5 2017-07-16 16:12:34

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

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You might be getting too mature for this place

CI is fine. It's a well known cast of characters. Individuals.

It's just that reading other sites like reddit or comments in news articles, makes me really wary of people in general.

At this point, I'd rather not know the horrendous bullshyt they are telling themselves.

I've been so immersed in this stuff for so long, I'd like to dial my use of media back to 1990 and see what it is like.

I expect to be bored out of my skull, much more so than that I experienced after having to quit drinking.

Also I will initially feel severely "out of the loop".

But being alone with my own thoughts (or lack there of) would probably be a very healthy experiment.

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RockHardConservative
#6 2017-07-16 16:15:35

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Original_Lonely_Guy wrote:

CI is fine. It's a well known cast of characters. Individuals.

It's just that reading other sites like reddit or comments in news articles, makes me really wary of people in general.

At this point, I'd rather not know the horrendous bullshyt they are telling themselves.

I've been so immersed in this stuff for so long, I'd like to dial my use of media back to 1990 and see what it is like.

I expect to be bored out of my skull, much more so than that I experienced after having to quit drinking.

Also I will initially feel severely "out of the loop".

But being alone with my own thoughts (or lack there of) would probably be a very healthy experiment.

Nobody gives a shyt about you moron. 

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PelvicOarfish
#7 2017-07-16 16:18:48

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

I havent had a drink in a long time being all responsible and adult and good dad and going to chirch and stuff, you are right, nothing is fun anymore

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#8 2017-07-16 16:19:02

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Original_Lonely_Guy wrote:

constant racism
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So in your wet brain, racism is 'bad'?





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Sockpuppet
#9 2017-07-16 17:18:39

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

PelvicOarfish wrote:

I havent had a drink in a long time being all responsible and adult and good dad and going to chirch and stuff, you are right, nothing is fun anymore

Did you pour my $90 bottle of booze down the drain? I had no idea you were a lush who had to quit drinking. I would have not sent the bottle so as A) not to tempt you and B) not to have you waste fine booze by draining it.

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#10 2017-07-16 17:20:58

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Sockpuppet wrote:

Did you pour my $90 bottle of booze down the drain? I had no idea you were a lush who had to quit drinking. I would have not sent the bottle so as A) not to tempt you and B) not to have you waste time booze by draining it.



He sold it to buy more worthless penny stocks.

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Original_Lonely_Guy
#11 2017-07-16 17:31:15

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Sockpuppet wrote:

Did you pour my $90 bottle of booze down the drain? I had no idea you were a lush who had to quit drinking. I would have not sent the bottle so as A) not to tempt you and B) not to have you waste fine booze by draining it.

I don't think he was ever a drunk. I think he is just saying that crotchfruit take up every second of your life. There's no time to drink or deal with hangovers.

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Sockpuppet
#12 2017-07-16 18:09:45

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Original_Lonely_Guy wrote:

I don't think he was ever a drunk. I think he is just saying that crotchfruit take up every second of your life. There's no time to drink or deal with hangovers.

Ahh. That makes sense. But, still, where did the fancy booze go?

Right now I am naked on my king size bed. I am splayed out spread eagle. The AC is on 67. The house is utterly silent. I just woke up an hour ago. I took a 25 minute long scalding hot shower. And now I've got a fan blowing on me full force. I will lay like this for 20-30 minutes just fuqing around online or maybe daydreaming. I've got some client work to do today when I get around to it. I've also got a half dozen packages to open that were delivered throughout the week - almost like Christmas. Later Lori will cook some food on the grill, of if she doesn't feel like it then we will spend $40 and eat out.

For me, hell right now would be a pack of spawn yelling and screaming and asking nonsensical question over and over again.

The real advantage Heekee has is that if he plays his cards right then his spawn might take half way decent care of him once he is old and decrepit. Me? Medicaid nursing home being beaten by angry, low-wage healthcare workers.

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#13 2017-07-16 18:11:23

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Sockpuppet wrote:

Me? Medicaid nursing home being beaten by angry, low-wage healthcare workers.

It's extremely unlikely you would live that long.

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RockHardConservative
#14 2017-07-16 18:14:02

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Sockpuppet wrote:

Ahh. That makes sense. But, still, where did the fancy booze go?

Right now I am naked on my king size bed. I am splayed out spread eagle. The AC is on 67. The house is utterly silent. I just woke up an hour ago. I took a 25 minute long scalding hot shower. And now I've got a fan blowing on me full force. I will lay like this for 20-30 minutes just fuqing around online or maybe daydreaming. I've got some client work to do today when I get around to it. I've also got a half dozen packages to open that were delivered throughout the week - almost like Christmas. Later Lori will cook some food on the grill, of if she doesn't feel like it then we will spend $40 and eat out.

For me, hell right now would be a pack of spawn yelling and screaming and asking nonsensical question over and over again.

The real advantage Heekee has is that if he plays his cards right then his spawn might take half way decent care of him once he is old and decrepit. Me? Medicaid nursing home being beaten by angry, low-wage healthcare workers.

No way you live long enough to end up in a nursing home.  You might be in hospice soon though.

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Tom Leykis
#15 2017-07-16 18:14:20

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Michael Savage has some good books out for you to read.

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Sockpuppet
#16 2017-07-16 18:17:28

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

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It's extremely unlikely you would live that long.

Maybe not. But I could become disabled before old age and require round-the-clock care. I should look into long term care insurance.

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#17 2017-07-16 18:20:23

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Sockpuppet wrote:

Maybe not. But I could become disabled before old age and require round-the-clock care. I should look into long term care insurance.

You should. There's a lot that can go haywire with your weight, and if you end up a drooling invalid instead of dead, that's a big fuqing burden.

The execs running the operation that employs the low-wage, 3rd world vermin that will pummel you mercilessly are not cheap. At least you'll be a little more enlightened about the benefits of diversity.

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Sockpuppet
#18 2017-07-16 18:31:04

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You should. There's a lot that can go haywire with your weight, and if you end up a drooling invalid instead of dead, that's a big fuqing burden.

The execs running the operation that employs the low-wage, 3rd world vermin that will pummel you mercilessly are not cheap. At least you'll be a little more enlightened about the benefits of diversity.

Honestly I just hope that if I get into a a situation like that I am able to still purchase a handgun.

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#19 2017-07-16 18:42:11

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Sockpuppet wrote:

Honestly I just hope that if I get into a a situation like that I am able to still purchase a handgun.

Nope. First, you are in IL. Good luck with that. Second, you support groups that want to end your firearm rights. Third, when you are incapacitated, you won't be allowed, nor will you be physically able to acquire a weapon. You will have to accept your repeated beatings from low-wage diversities. You will be the ultimate 'heavy bag' for them to take out their frustrations on. Yay diversity.

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Spanky
#20 2017-07-16 18:59:00

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

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Nope. First, you are in IL. Good luck with that. Second, you support groups that want to end your firearm rights. Third, when you are incapacitated, you won't be allowed, nor will you be physically able to acquire a weapon. You will have to accept your repeated beatings from low-wage diversities. You will be the ultimate 'heavy bag' for them to take out their frustrations on. Yay diversity.

I think your outcome is possible. Even likely.

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#21 2017-07-16 19:01:26

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Spanky wrote:

I think your outcome is possible. Even likely.

Well, it's more likely that you'll just drop dead than any of the others, like getting old or incapacitated. But should you become incapacitated, yes, it's very possible.

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Spanky
#22 2017-07-16 19:04:54

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Well, it's more likely that you'll just drop dead than any of the others, like getting old or incapacitated. But should you become incapacitated, yes, it's very possible.

My hope has always been to drop dead at work.

Edit: well, I'd actually prefer to die in my sleep as I think most people would, but I doubt I'll be that lucky. Second to that would be dropping dead at work as stated originally.

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Phillip_McCavity
#23 2017-07-16 19:09:07

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Spanky wrote:

My hope has always been to drop dead at work.

That is hell on your colleagues.

One guy I worked with poisoned himself in the office on a Saturday, he was found dead Sunday morning.

It was not a nice thing to do.

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Spanky
#24 2017-07-16 19:12:51

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Phillip_McCavity wrote:

That is hell on your colleagues.

One guy I worked with poisoned himself in the office on a Saturday, he was found dead Sunday morning.

It was not a nice thing to do.

I'd rather harm my colleagues than my wife.

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#25 2017-07-16 19:31:51

Re: Seven months forced sobriety has not been particularly enlightening for me... but you know what would be?

Spanky wrote:

I'd rather harm my colleagues than my wife.

Here's a thought.



Get treatment for fuq's sake!

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