Discussion in 'Free Thoughts' started by serenesam, Jul 8, 2018.
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What is crap about what I posted bro?
Oh, just the bumpersticker parts. If you're feeling bad you wish you were feeling good. But if you're feeling good do you wish you were feeling bad?
That's potential. To wish you were feeling another way. You cannot feel good without feeling bad, and vice-versa. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
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"I'd rather feel bad than not feel anything at all"
-- Warren Zevon
"Give me a choice between pleasure and pain
I choose pain"
-- Ronnie James Dio
choose once but choose wisely because it gives you both answers as well as the questions
said the fat rich ugly boy to the thin poor pretty girl
Err.. wrong video. -deleted, 3 times now, may as leave it.
inability to control emotions ?
diminishing law of returns of sensory input
mixed up with physics laws of inertia ?
philosophy & physics mix well with alcohol
Back to the babble, I see.
And because you're miserable you have to make others feel miserable too? Misery loves company I suppose.
Wine glasses have stems because that's where you're supposed to hold them, to prevent the body heat from your hands heating the bowl, and ultimately the wine. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
Nobody can control emotions - their own or others'.
All they can do is suppress, conceal, mislabel, obfuscate, divert, equivocate, deny and prevaricate.
We can, to varying degrees, control the outward expression of emotions.
The context in which I made that response was honest:
When I feel bad, I may wish to feel good, but good feeling does not necessarily follow. When I feel good, I do not wish to feel bad and bad feeling does not necessarily follow.
If you took an objective poll of 1000 random people, you would find a significant number at the ends of the Bell curve who feel predominantly bad and those who feel predominantly good, due to a gamut of causes outside their own control.
No balance, proportion, cycle or equitable distribution is built into the system.
I don't know what that means.
But I get that just fine.
most people don't want to know what that means
Wine glasses have stems so that when they're knocked over the wine spreads farther across the tablecloth and the stem snaps in half so you have to throw the glass away. Especially if it's one of an expensive gift set and the giver is sitting across the table from the klutz.
What does that have to do with anything?
Connect the dots.
Separate names with a comma.