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Postby Torvaun » Thu Jan 17, 2008 9:49 pm UTC

El Senor Fruit Swing wrote:Thank you I think, but it Could happen.. You don't know how much could spring from one little tip, her parents could find out and stop paying for her collage, then she'd be money less and homeless and be forced to move home and work at burger king.

Or, her alcoholism is brought to light, she gets the help she needs, and moves on to become a productive member of society instead of a drunk that beats her children (already developmentally stunted due to her drinking all through her pregnancies). And yes, that happens too.

If we're going to continue our discussion on whether or not people deserve it when they get caught doing things they shouldn't, we should probably make a new thread.
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Re: Confessional Thread - Confession URI too Long

Postby The Spherical Cow » Thu Jan 17, 2008 9:56 pm UTC

Fossa wrote:And yes, she is an alcoholic. The comes back drunk extremely frequently

Coming home drunk quite a lot does not make you an alcoholic. She sounds like a heavy drinker from that description, but not an alcoholic.

And a confession to stay on track:

I sometimes think about bad things happening to other people, getting me out of certain situations. I don't want it to happen, but it's still there.

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Postby Cheese » Thu Jan 17, 2008 10:46 pm UTC

Confession: I'm waiting for a page number to come up that doesn't have a HTTP error code attatched... four more to go, it appears...
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Postby Clerria » Thu Jan 17, 2008 11:02 pm UTC

Wow. This thread sure has grown, huh?

Confession: I haven't been in the mood to peruse the forum in awhile, and I'm still not quite there 100%. I'm more than a little anxious and stressed, but still excited though because I've changed my mind: I'm not moving to the northeast in Spring. I'm moving to the far east.

So yeah... selling my furniture and things is really difficult for me, stress-wise. I'll get over it, I'm sure. If anyone needs me, I'll be in Japan for the next few years : )~
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Postby Insignificant Deifaction » Thu Jan 17, 2008 11:26 pm UTC

Don't forget to have a chat with Nyarlathotep (currently a resident of Japan, as I recall).

Best of luck in your endeavour, I've always wished to visit the place.
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Postby Berengal » Thu Jan 17, 2008 11:27 pm UTC

Confession: I really feel a need to post something here, but can't think of anything concrete. I miss the feeling of relief I got when posting my first confessions.
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Postby firer » Thu Jan 17, 2008 11:57 pm UTC

Confession: Just created my first thread in this fora, and I really hoping people find it interesting. Also,

Confession: Is afraid of getting pwned by mods (particularly, afraid of the red text of the death...). Is even more afraid, now that just created his first thread in this fora.

Confession: Started using contact lenses today. Yay for them! I'm hoping getting used to them quickly.
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Re: Confessional Thread - Confession URI too Long

Postby Angelene » Fri Jan 18, 2008 12:28 am UTC

Clerria wrote:Wow. This thread sure has grown, huh?

Confession: I haven't been in the mood to peruse the forum in awhile, and I'm still not quite there 100%. I'm more than a little anxious and stressed, but still excited though because I've changed my mind: I'm not moving to the northeast in Spring. I'm moving to the far east.

So yeah... selling my furniture and things is really difficult for me, stress-wise. I'll get over it, I'm sure. If anyone needs me, I'll be in Japan for the next few years : )~


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Postby Zak » Fri Jan 18, 2008 12:31 am UTC

Confession: I might get the chance to go to saudi arabia, because my dad and all of his family grew up there, and i am SUPER excited!
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Postby Clerria » Fri Jan 18, 2008 1:00 am UTC

Thanks ID & Cara : ) I'm looking forward to the day when I'll have all the pre-move stuff done and over with, so I can start practically a new life!
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Re: Confessional Thread - Confession URI too Long

Postby Dream » Fri Jan 18, 2008 1:09 am UTC

Clerria wrote:Thanks ID & Cara : ) I'm looking forward to the day when I'll have all the pre-move stuff done and over with, so I can start practically a new life!

I'm doing something similar soon. It's a strangely liberating feeling for me to have to start again with only what I can carry on a flight. It concentrates me on what is really important materially, which throws other things into relief. I'm really excited too. If I had a definitive date to leave on, I'd be counting the days constantly...
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Postby Clerria » Fri Jan 18, 2008 1:20 am UTC

That is part of what is so stressful for me. I have an entire house's worth of furniture, not to mention a very large number of books that I'll fret over if I can't bring with me.... It's VERY hard for me to trim down my belongings to 3 suitcases and a carry-on : ) Liberating, yes, but a bit painful too.
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Re: Confessional Thread - Confession URI too Long

Postby Zak » Fri Jan 18, 2008 1:27 am UTC

I plan on moving somewhere faaaar away from the U.S. after college, any ideas? Preferably somewhere i can speak english that is not/has never been a global superpower.
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Postby JayDee » Fri Jan 18, 2008 1:31 am UTC

Cheese wrote:Confession: I'm waiting for a page number to come up that doesn't have a HTTP error code attatched... four more to go, it appears...
It's been a learning experience for me, although before it was explained I was wondering which of the mods was a robot. And now I'm curious, how long can a URI be?

Um, confession: I much prefer to ask people questions that look things up, even though I'll spending ages looking stuff up when someone asks me a question.
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Postby Torvaun » Fri Jan 18, 2008 1:40 am UTC

Z.A.K wrote:I plan on moving somewhere faaaar away from the U.S. after college, any ideas? Preferably somewhere i can speak english that is not/has never been a global superpower.

Only place I can think of that fits those criteria is Australia. I hear they have the world's crappiest ISPs, though. If you don't mind learning a foreign language or two, I'd recommend Switzerland.
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Re: Confessional Thread - Confession URI too Long

Postby Boesthius » Fri Jan 18, 2008 1:46 am UTC

Z.A.K wrote:I plan on moving somewhere faaaar away from the U.S. after college, any ideas? Preferably somewhere i can speak english that is not/has never been a global superpower.

I want to move to Korea so I can play Starcraft and get recognized for it :D
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Re: Confessional Thread - Confession URI too Long

Postby Zak » Fri Jan 18, 2008 1:48 am UTC

Yeah, i had come up with New Zealand and Australia, i love learning new languages but for simple ease of living the first year i would like to live in a place that spoke english.
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Postby Berengal » Fri Jan 18, 2008 1:57 am UTC

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Z.A.K wrote:I plan on moving somewhere faaaar away from the U.S. after college, any ideas? Preferably somewhere i can speak english that is not/has never been a global superpower.

I want to move to Korea so I can play Starcraft and get recognized for it :D

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Postby Will » Fri Jan 18, 2008 2:09 am UTC

Cheese wrote:Confession: I'm waiting for a page number to come up that doesn't have a HTTP error code attatched... four more to go, it appears...


Unless you count the extensions from RFC4918 in which case we'll be getting a few more starting with 422-Unprocessable Confession.
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Postby Fossa » Fri Jan 18, 2008 2:12 am UTC

Will wrote:
Cheese wrote:Confession: I'm waiting for a page number to come up that doesn't have a HTTP error code attatched... four more to go, it appears...


Unless you count the extensions from RFC4918 in which case we'll be getting a few more starting with 422-Unprocessable Confession.


If they do though we're in a world of trouble come 423. :cry:

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Postby Dream » Fri Jan 18, 2008 2:12 am UTC

Clerria wrote:That is part of what is so stressful for me. I have an entire house's worth of furniture, not to mention a very large number of books that I'll fret over if I can't bring with me.... It's VERY hard for me to trim down my belongings to 3 suitcases and a carry-on : ) Liberating, yes, but a bit painful too.

You get three cases?! I'm only allowed two, and one of those is my keyboard!

But yeah, I'm giving up my first attempt at furnishing, my bed, wardrobe, tables and so on. It's just a small flat, but it is very different to renting furnished. Confession: I will miss my wardrobe. Found it in the street, it is perfect, and it's the first one I've ever owned.

Second confession: What am I doing posting from bed at 2am, when I could just turn out the lights and sleep would be wonderful? Clearly I am an idiot.
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Postby Vandole » Fri Jan 18, 2008 2:14 am UTC

Confession: I'm supposed to be writing a poem in regular meter, but I can't even figure out which syllables are stressed and unstressed.
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Postby Zak » Fri Jan 18, 2008 2:16 am UTC

Ha check out the what **Should** you be doing, thread, the last few pages are all in rhyme.
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Postby Vandole » Fri Jan 18, 2008 3:31 am UTC

Meter's more than merely rhyme
even more than that plus time
it's repeating lyric feet
When used right, it's pretty neat.
Meter iambic's what I write
and therein I find my plight
I can't discern un from stress'd
So I write here of my quest.
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Re: Confessional Thread - Confession URI too Long

Postby Zak » Fri Jan 18, 2008 4:08 am UTC

I am quite aware of your foul plight
And dearly wish to avoid a fight,
I know of this meter that you so speak
And think Iambic Pentameter's pretty beat,
(When i look back on that rhyme i think, "thats pretty weak.")

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Re: Confessional Thread - Confession URI too Long

Postby firer » Fri Jan 18, 2008 4:10 am UTC

Confession: I'm shy enough not to try rhyming, considering I'm a non-native speaker, because I know it would sound ridiculous.
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Postby Zak » Fri Jan 18, 2008 4:13 am UTC

Go for it, at worst you will mess up and we will help you out with your english!

(also, do you speak portugese or spanish? cause i'm learning spanish, and i have a few questions as to why there are so many tenses...)
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Postby firer » Fri Jan 18, 2008 4:37 am UTC

Z.A.K wrote:Go for it, at worst you will mess up and we will help you out with your english!

(also, do you speak portugese or spanish? cause i'm learning spanish, and i have a few questions as to why there are so many tenses...)


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I know, it's horrible. :P. I'm terrible at vocabulary...

Spanish and Portuguese are pretty similar, though. Maybe I can help you, :), but I wouldn't trust my answers.
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Re: Confessional Thread - Confession URI too Long

Postby ++$_ » Fri Jan 18, 2008 4:43 am UTC

The tenses in Spanish aren't that complicated actually. There's (pretty much) only one that we don't have in English -- the imperfect -- and the rest correspond exactly to their equivalents in English. Only in English, we tend to use helping verbs a lot more.

Example:
Spanish/English
(Yo) comeré / I will eat
(Yo) comería (si tuviera hambre) / I would eat (if I were hungry). <-- Note that we use the subjunctive in English too! But most people get it wrong.

The imperfect/preterite issue is a bit tricky, though.

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Re: Confessional Thread - Confession URI too Long

Postby firer » Fri Jan 18, 2008 4:50 am UTC

++$_ wrote:The tenses in Spanish aren't that complicated actually. There's (pretty much) only one that we don't have in English -- the imperfect -- and the rest correspond exactly to their equivalents in English. Only in English, we tend to use helping verbs a lot more.

Example:
Spanish/English
(Yo) comeré / I will eat
(Yo) comería (si tuviera hambre) / I would eat (if I were hungry). <-- Note that we use the subjunctive in English too! But most people get it wrong.

The imperfect/preterite issue is a bit tricky, though.

What's this "imperfect" tense you refer to? I'm now thinking that portuguese and spanish have different verb tenses. Also, is that really subjunctive? At least in portuguese, the -ia form of the verb is called "futuro do pretérito" (and, in english, wikipedia says, it's the conditional mood) , and is indicative mood (in portuguese. Yeah, it's weird).

EDIT: more research reveals to me that verb tense classification in English and in Portuguese are really different.
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Re: Confessional Thread - Confession URI too Long

Postby Fat Tony » Fri Jan 18, 2008 5:02 am UTC

The imperfect tense, from what I can tell having been a Spanish II student for a semester, is like the english past progressive. For example, hablar means to talk and habl- followed by -aba, -abas, -aban (hablaban is really fun to say =D), -or abamos means to have been talking.
Eg: Yo hablaba con mi amigo cuando mi padre comio la television.
Translation: I was talking to my friend when my dad ate the television.
The imperfect can also mean somebody used to do something, like "I used to talk to my friend every night, but then my dad started murdering the family chickens every time I touched a phone, so I stopped."

I felt I had to elaborate because I'm not so sure the "past progressive" exists...
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Postby ++$_ » Fri Jan 18, 2008 5:03 am UTC

In Spanish, verbs in the imperfect tense end in aba or ía, or some variation thereof.

Example:

hablar (to speak) -> hablaba in the imperfect.
comer (to eat) -> comía in the imperfect.

Used as follows:

Estaba comiendo (or just Comía) cuando el teléphono sonó. (I was eating when the telephone rang.) The first verb is in the imperfect, denoting an ongoing action. The second verb is in the preterite, denoting an action fixed in time.

Another example:

Eran las 6 de la mañana, y el lago brillaba con las primeras rayas del sol, cuando me desperté. (It was 6 A.M., and the lake shone with the first rays of the sun, when I awoke.) The first two verbs are imperfect; the third is preterite.

"Tuviera" is "imperfecto de subjuntivo" in Spanish.

EDIT: Your examples pwn mine, methinks.

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Postby Vandole » Fri Jan 18, 2008 5:05 am UTC

The lack of imperfect tense in english annoys me. Where in French, I could say "nous irions a la magasin", implying a repeated past action of going to the store (or that we were going to the store). But in english, there is no imperfect tense, so we have to use things like the colloquialism "used to" or odd sentences (like "we went to the store often before")
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Postby firer » Fri Jan 18, 2008 5:13 am UTC

Vandole wrote:The lack of imperfect tense in english annoys me. Where in French, I could say "nous irions a la magasin", implying a repeated past action of going to the store (or that we were going to the store). But in english, there is no imperfect tense, so we have to use things like the colloquialism "used to" or odd sentences (like "we went to the store often before")

I now understand this whole thing. I never noticed there wasn't any kind of imperfect tense in English... I mean, when I thought about the imperfect tense, it always came to my mind phrases like 'I was going to the bathroom when the telefone rang', and not in phrases like "Eu cantava bastante quando tinha 7 anos" (I used to sing a lot when I was seven), that's where the lack of the verb tense reveals itself. Interesting.

Anyway, I think, all other verb tenses in portuguese/spanish have equivalents in English, don't they?
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Postby Zak » Fri Jan 18, 2008 5:14 am UTC

Ser and estar used to piss me off in spanish II but i pretty much get them now.

Also there are like three different tenses/conjugations that are formed exactly like the future. :shock:

Does the condicional have an english counterpart? we just started to learn about that...
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Postby firer » Fri Jan 18, 2008 5:18 am UTC

Z.A.K wrote:Ser and estar used to piss me off in spanish II but i pretty much get them now.

Also there are like three different tenses/conjugations that are formed exactly like the future. :shock:

Does the condicional have an english counterpart? we just started to learn about that...

These verbs - "ser" and "estar" - are really difficult to get (their use is pretty similar between portuguese and spanish).

Are you referring to "yo cantaré"/"yo voy cantar"/"yo voy estar cantando"?

The conditional tense would be like "yo cantaría", right? Aren't they equivalent to the use of "would" in English?

Interestingly enough, in Portuguese, the "cantaria" verb tense is classified under indicative mood, as "futuro do pretérito" (future of preterite, or something like that).
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Postby Zak » Fri Jan 18, 2008 5:24 am UTC

It also confuses me that the condicional is conjugated exactly the same as the future tense. Although, after deeper thought on the subject it makes perfect sense.

(Hah, i spelled conditional like you spell it in spanish)
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Postby Boesthius » Fri Jan 18, 2008 6:28 am UTC

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Z.A.K wrote:I plan on moving somewhere faaaar away from the U.S. after college, any ideas? Preferably somewhere i can speak english that is not/has never been a global superpower.

I want to move to Korea so I can play Starcraft and get recognized for it :D

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Postby parkaboy » Fri Jan 18, 2008 7:04 am UTC

confession: i think i have a... hm. proper wording... a brain-crush on my lit teacher. first day of class, he's funny, sarcastic, really into what he's teaching (sci-fi lit), gave reverent mention to steampunk, even if he doesnt have time or material to properly cover it as a sub-genre this semester, the reading list is excellent, wants to teach a class on graphic novels eventually, recognizes the importance of film and animation in relation to sci-fi as an entire genre, loves vampires and dislikes star trek conventions. *siiiiigh*
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Re: Confessional Thread - Confession URI too Long

Postby b.i.o » Fri Jan 18, 2008 8:02 am UTC

I've done nothing at all productive for the last hour :(.

I really should sleep, but I really don't want to, even if I am tired.


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