>>393762 still no improvement. I get about one or two 5/10 orgasms a year. it's probably a nerve or dopamine issue. I had a strong, unwarranted euphoric reaction when I was 14 and my sense of pleasure (note: ≠ happiness) degraded since
>>409481 I'm reading Heretics of Dune. The previous Dune books were really good, but the ending of Children was odd. And God Emperor was insane because it was so far in the future but it had two 'returning' characters. I found this particularly odd as the three books preceding it had a bunch of over lap in cast.
I'm also supose to be reading a bunch of Eberron novels, but Dune has more or less consumed my scifi/fantasy interest at the moment.
This book right here is really fucking weird. I don't know if it's "weird in a good way" or "weird in a bad way". It doesn't actually get into Arnold Rothstein until a good 100 or so pages. At one point I was trying to figure out what drug he was on when he wrote it. In one chapter, he tells an anecdote where he told his editor that he was going to have a run-on sentence in a previous book and would brook no argument, and all I could think was "Boy, [b]that[b] explains a lot..."
Don't get me wrong, Tosches has a very compelling writing style, and it's an interesting journey but I'd rather he actually talked about the subject of his book instead of bitching about Giuliani banning public smoking.
I see nothing in either that bit of code, or at the URL provided therein, that counts as an explicit call for voting machine hackers to work for Clinton, either on or before Election Day. The code’s reference to an “18-month hackathon” most likely refers to the campaign itself—go back 18 months from Election Day and you’d hit May 2015, and Clinton formally announced her campaign in April 2015. “Hackathon”, aside from being a very poor word choice in this case, most likely refers to the campaign’s usage of technology and social media as popular methods of getting its message out. You don’t have any evidence that explicitly ties the Clinton campaign (or Clinton herself) to any form of voting machine hacking, and what you think you have is, under the most generous of definitions, circumstancial. If you had any such evidence, you wouldn’t be sharing it on fucking plus4chan, of all places.
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>>406573 >like getting a paper cut off that thin cardboard eeeeeeeeee yeah no. I fucking hate those kind of papercuts more than regular papercuts. >Bony areas, like say, wrists, or sternums, feel like you found an old heavily rusted hacksaw under your porch, looped the blade around a power sander, and are very gently grinding away at your skin. EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE FUCK