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To Ppint.
message found left on an answerphoneanswer.here Ppint, 22 Dec 2009 18:16
''i'm sorry, this is mr. $foo's answerphone. your answerphone phoned mr. $foo, but he is out; pease leave a message after the *beeeep!*


To Ppint.
what is real life?done.here Ppint, 16 Aug 2009 02:23
is ''real life'' what you do, or what you remember having done?

To Elling.
i dont know Elling, 16 Aug 2009 06:54
sometimes even the concept of reality seems ridiculous to me...im not just saying that, i mean it...a load of chemical reactions in a squishy thing in my head which causes perceptions for a few years then i'm dead for infinity, absoloutley nothing, you could all just be a figment of my imagination, and if youre not you may aswell be...like im really alone, i just build temporary 'relationships' with hallucinated temporary beings in my microscopic 'existence' the whole universe and all its facts could just be some intricate hallucination in my mind which might not even exist...now i think the idea of existence is just bizarre

To Nothing.
totally self obsessed Jack Sprat, 16 Aug 2009 11:58
a third of the posts on this page belong to you - it's all ''me,me,me''. Nobody is interested in your stupid thoughts you bird brained prat.

To Poulette.
Just curious: Poulette, 16 Aug 2009 16:39
Are you trying to provoke?

To Nothing.
Me ? Jack Sprat, 16 Aug 2009 17:39

To Nothing.
Why Too upset to log in ^^, 16 Aug 2009 20:05
is the spider even here when he doesn't like anything Elling says. Or why bother to put this on the page? If you don't like it in here, stay out..

To Nothing.
I am the new Elling get the message ?, 16 Aug 2009 20:23
an obnoxious twat - so go finger yourself

To Nothing.
i hate it all noname, 20 Okt 2013 17:40
really really really really really

To Elling.
why are you telling me this? Elling, 16 Aug 2009 19:21
im obviously too self obsessed to care what you think

To Nothing.
game, set and match: Elling , 16 Aug 2009 20:18

To Nothing.
posted by Elling ha !, 16 Aug 2009 20:24
so it doesn't count

To Ppint.
provisionally pointless Ppint, 17 Aug 2009 05:30
pure solipsism has the virtue of being internally self-consistent - which is fortunate, because it would not appear to possess any other virtue. it may sometimes be entertainingly expressed, but generally is not - and continued adherence to it renders conversation impossible.


To Elling.
wow everything has a definition... Elling, 17 Aug 2009 19:59
yeah the article basicly illustrates my point, except im not certain of it so i wouldnt torture others for my own gain, and i try not to think about it too much cause i get what i think would be defined as existential crisis...ish

To Ppint.
on the origin of intelligent species Ppint, 08 Aug 2009 01:50

is intelligent organic life simply the means of spreading robotic intelligence to every part of the universe chosen as perhaps a slower, but ultimately the most reliable method by the original creator robot?


To Ppint.
life doesn't hurt - it itchesitch.here Ppint, 04 Apr 2009 01:27
if you're a planet.

To Elling.
grin grin grin Elling, 07 Apr 2009 23:01
grango hate race

To Ppint.
that depends...tag.here Ppint, 12 Jun 2004 22:58
i invented two or three new forms of she/he/tag/it at summerside (the school i went to from age 5-11) (not that no-one else ever invented these, but they were independant inventions); some were simple, like ''chain he-on-the-lines''; some were a lot more involved. in most of them, the game ended when _everyone_ was ''it'' - so no-one ever got left with being the one apart.
did you not do the same, ever?
- ppint.


To Mascava.
what are you talking about Mascava, 13 Jun 2004 19:40
I have no idea

To Ppint.
games of ''it'' or ''he'' Ppint, 17 Jun 2004 08:55
the uk names of chasing games played the world over. one person is ''it'' (or ''he''..) and chases the others within the play area - a school playground? - until they catch and touch one of them, who is now ''it'' until _they_ catch and ''tag'' another player, etc. - or the bell (or whatever) sounds to end the play period.
that's the basic game; there are lots of variations, such as ''shadow he'', and ''chain he'', some of which are quite elaborate; and there's an associated body of arcane lore covering how to cope with various aspects, such as whether ''no having back'' does or does not automatically apply unless explicitly varied.
the author of this wonderful website commented that they were always the one left ''it'' when the bell went - and did we/i never think about the fate of the people left ''it'' forever? [it's an excellent website for unsuspected nooks and crannies], and i thought back to my schooldays, when i played such chase games.
didn't you ever play them?


To Ppint.
what beetley & buggy games are there? Ppint, 11 Jun 2004 21:26
hi; i run the fantasy, sf & horror books, boardgames & role-playing games shop in lancaster; are there any good beetley, buggy &/or insecty games i should stock? Furry Pirates RPG isn't exactly insectiferous (do not confuse with insectivorous!), but that & TNMT&OS RPG are about as close as i get - at the moment. can you help?


To Cercopis.
what beetley & buggy games are there? Cercopis, 12 Jun 2004 17:32
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Game. Buggo Game. The Bug Game. Just Bugs! ..HTH

To Ppint.
thank-you Ppint, 17 Jun 2004 08:57
thanks; i'll try to find out more about these.


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