The Incomprehensible Humility of Doub...

“First it steals your mind..”

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#778 Jul 17, 2013
Death Kitten wrote:
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I know, I know... I am not worthy, and my boyfriend is going to be really super, ubar mad when I say.... I think I love you! Would you by chance be related to Ubarlight? If you are a true champion against the lackluster wussdome of the mediocre and the humdrum, then I am convinced that you have a brother, or close relative in the world you should be aware of. And let it be known, that I have a deep admiration of this relative, you may or may not know of. In fact, I have been searching the world over to return to him a lost artifact that he dropped on the hallowed ground as he laid waste to a rampaging mob of lackluster, and mediocre denizens. Perhaps if you are aware of this relative, you can let him know that Death Kitten has recovered his Nokia cell phone, which is now an ancient relic, and was the model that was notorious for butt dialing only important individuals, like the boss or the ex. But I am hoping it will bring a nostalgic tear to his eye upon recovery of his prehistoric electronic device.
What say you?
Double Fine has no relatives. See, Double Fine was not born like average humans. Double Fine was birthed out of sheer awesomeness. It is like an endlessly dense field of energy suddenly hitting critical mass, and bringing forth the most jawdroppongly awesome being in existentence.

Yet, this awesome being has more humility in his little toe, than Mandela, Dalai Lama and Ghandi had in their whole lives!

Double Fine is a the contradiction of an oxymoron. Double Fine is the adherence AND defiance of logic. Double Fine, simply... IS.

Welcome to our thread.

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#782 Jul 17, 2013
Double Fine wrote:
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Double Fine has no relatives. See, Double Fine was not born like average humans. Double Fine was birthed out of sheer awesomeness. It is like an endlessly dense field of energy suddenly hitting critical mass, and bringing forth the most jawdroppongly awesome being in existentence.
Yet, this awesome being has more humility in his little toe, than Mandela, Dalai Lama and Ghandi had in their whole lives!
Double Fine is a the contradiction of an oxymoron. Double Fine is the adherence AND defiance of logic. Double Fine, simply... IS.
Welcome to our thread.
Truer words were never spoken! Hello darling.

<3

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#783 Jul 17, 2013
Double Fine wrote:
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Double Fine has no relatives. See, Double Fine was not born like average humans. Double Fine was birthed out of sheer awesomeness. It is like an endlessly dense field of energy suddenly hitting critical mass, and bringing forth the most jawdroppongly awesome being in existentence.
Yet, this awesome being has more humility in his little toe, than Mandela, Dalai Lama and Ghandi had in their whole lives!
Double Fine is a the contradiction of an oxymoron. Double Fine is the adherence AND defiance of logic. Double Fine, simply... IS.
Welcome to our thread.
I see. The resemblance is uncanny, for Ubarlight too claims to have simply come into being on a chariot of awesome. I thought perhaps you knew one another. I am very glad that there is in fact another who simply IS!

Thank you :)

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#784 Jul 17, 2013
Death Kitten wrote:
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I see. The resemblance is uncanny, for Ubarlight too claims to have simply come into being on a chariot of awesome. I thought perhaps you knew one another. I am very glad that there is in fact another who simply IS!
Thank you :)
There is another poster as awesome as DF??????? Wow! Where does this paragon post?

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#785 Jul 17, 2013
_Susan_ wrote:
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There is another poster as awesome as DF??????? Wow! Where does this paragon post?
You would not believe me if I told you... I was at one time very addicted to the television show "Lost". Yes... I know. But it was such a complex story and things like the Valenzetti Equation would just randomly appear, and it was hard to tell if the plot was about purgatory, outer space, time travel, singularities, the paranormal or what! So trying to discuss these things with fellow hair stylists, who just looked at me like "WTF is a singularity?" was annoying and frustrating. So I found a discussion board.... yes I know....:)

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#786 Jul 17, 2013
Death Kitten wrote:
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You would not believe me if I told you... I was at one time very addicted to the television show "Lost". Yes... I know. But it was such a complex story and things like the Valenzetti Equation would just randomly appear, and it was hard to tell if the plot was about purgatory, outer space, time travel, singularities, the paranormal or what! So trying to discuss these things with fellow hair stylists, who just looked at me like "WTF is a singularity?" was annoying and frustrating. So I found a discussion board.... yes I know....:)
I think that was a wise thing to do. The Atheist forums abound with physicists and interesting posts about everything from singularities to space time continuum.

DF is a very smart guy.

“First it steals your mind..”

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..and then it steals your soul

#787 Jul 18, 2013
Death Kitten wrote:
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You would not believe me if I told you... I was at one time very addicted to the television show "Lost". Yes... I know. But it was such a complex story and things like the Valenzetti Equation would just randomly appear, and it was hard to tell if the plot was about purgatory, outer space, time travel, singularities, the paranormal or what! So trying to discuss these things with fellow hair stylists, who just looked at me like "WTF is a singularity?" was annoying and frustrating. So I found a discussion board.... yes I know....:)
You should visit "Prove there's a god". Yeah, you get your ignorant hicks who still believe in talking snakes and people riding dinosaurs, but there are some really clued up people on there. Some of them are Christian, some atheist, one or two is Muslim, but you would soon find out who knows what he or she is talking about.

Topics discussed on there, varies from politics to court rulings (latest craze is Zimmerman), physics to palaeontology, language to zoology, anthropology to Colonialism, economic policy to lesbian porn films, human rights to mathematics.

Cool thing is, there seems to be at least one expert available with every discussion, a person from which you could actually learn.

“First it steals your mind..”

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..and then it steals your soul

#788 Jul 18, 2013
_Susan_ wrote:
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I think that was a wise thing to do. The Atheist forums abound with physicists and interesting posts about everything from singularities to space time continuum.
DF is a very smart guy.
I quite like Topix. Yes, it takes up some time, but it is probably the most interesting discussions I am involved with. Nobody I know in the flesh world even knows what the hell Mesozoic Period Palaeontology is, let alone discuss it. So getting to know some of these people have been quite cool.

I suppose it is bad if it starts taking over one's personal life and that should be avoided. But when going out, most people either 1) talk nonsense, or worse, 2) talk about themselves non-stop. Therefore, I like having Topix as a little pastime. It is certainly a step up from the conversations I have when going out weekends.

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#789 Jul 18, 2013
Double Fine wrote:
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I quite like Topix. Yes, it takes up some time, but it is probably the most interesting discussions I am involved with. Nobody I know in the flesh world even knows what the hell Mesozoic Period Palaeontology is, let alone discuss it. So getting to know some of these people have been quite cool.
I suppose it is bad if it starts taking over one's personal life and that should be avoided. But when going out, most people either 1) talk nonsense, or worse, 2) talk about themselves non-stop. Therefore, I like having Topix as a little pastime. It is certainly a step up from the conversations I have when going out weekends.
Yes some of the forums do provide interesting conversations, informed posters and fun. And, of course, then there's you, DF! The most humble, the most awesome and very smart.

Good morning/evening/afternoon.

“First it steals your mind..”

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..and then it steals your soul

#790 Jul 18, 2013
_Susan_ wrote:
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Yes some of the forums do provide interesting conversations, informed posters and fun. And, of course, then there's you, DF! The most humble, the most awesome and very smart.
Good morning/evening/afternoon.
:)

Goeie môre

It is almost knock off time here. There by you, I bet it is almost tea time?

Oh yes, today is the birthday of our former president, Nelson Mandela. In my mind, one of the finest men ever to exist. A more humble gentleman you will not find (except for Double Fine, that is).

One of my favourite Mandela quotes:"The British has given us a great many things. By far the best of these, is afternoon tea".

A remarkable man. Sadly, his last birthday, I am sure. He had a good run of it, though. 95 today...

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#791 Jul 18, 2013
Double Fine wrote:
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:)
Goeie môre
It is almost knock off time here. There by you, I bet it is almost tea time?
Oh yes, today is the birthday of our former president, Nelson Mandela. In my mind, one of the finest men ever to exist. A more humble gentleman you will not find (except for Double Fine, that is).
One of my favourite Mandela quotes:"The British has given us a great many things. By far the best of these, is afternoon tea".
A remarkable man. Sadly, his last birthday, I am sure. He had a good run of it, though. 95 today...
Goedemorgen and hoi! It's almost lunch time here. And I'm starving. Want to share a double bacon cheeseburger with fries and maybe a chocolate milkshake?

Mandela is 95 today, wow. I very much admire him as well. He is still with us isn't he?

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#792 Jul 18, 2013
Double Fine wrote:
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You should visit "Prove there's a god". Yeah, you get your ignorant hicks who still believe in talking snakes and people riding dinosaurs, but there are some really clued up people on there. Some of them are Christian, some atheist, one or two is Muslim, but you would soon find out who knows what he or she is talking about.
Topics discussed on there, varies from politics to court rulings (latest craze is Zimmerman), physics to palaeontology, language to zoology, anthropology to Colonialism, economic policy to lesbian porn films, human rights to mathematics.
Cool thing is, there seems to be at least one expert available with every discussion, a person from which you could actually learn.
Hey, don't forget discussion of Constitutional issues, differences in our legal systems, that sort of stuff.

I'll tell RR that you called him an ignorant...what was it?

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#794 Jul 18, 2013
Double Fine wrote:
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You should visit "Prove there's a god". Yeah, you get your ignorant hicks who still believe in talking snakes and people riding dinosaurs, but there are some really clued up people on there. Some of them are Christian, some atheist, one or two is Muslim, but you would soon find out who knows what he or she is talking about.
Topics discussed on there, varies from politics to court rulings (latest craze is Zimmerman), physics to palaeontology, language to zoology, anthropology to Colonialism, economic policy to lesbian porn films, human rights to mathematics.
Cool thing is, there seems to be at least one expert available with every discussion, a person from which you could actually learn.
Thank you DF, I will check it out!:)

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#795 Jul 18, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
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Hey, don't forget discussion of Constitutional issues, differences in our legal systems, that sort of stuff.
I'll tell RR that you called him an ignorant...what was it?
heh, heh. That sounds like our DF.

Hey Catcher!

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#796 Jul 18, 2013
_Susan_ wrote:
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heh, heh. That sounds like our DF.
Hey Catcher!
Hey back atcha.

Are you in a different time zone now, or do you have a very early lunch?

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#797 Jul 18, 2013
Yes I am to both.

“First it steals your mind..”

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..and then it steals your soul

#800 Jul 20, 2013
_Susan_ wrote:
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Goedemorgen and hoi! It's almost lunch time here. And I'm starving. Want to share a double bacon cheeseburger with fries and maybe a chocolate milkshake?
Mandela is 95 today, wow. I very much admire him as well. He is still with us isn't he?
Sounds like a big lunch. Double Fine would recommend the shake.

Yep, he is still with us... Barely. I do not think he will live much longer.

“First it steals your mind..”

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..and then it steals your soul

#801 Jul 20, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
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Hey, don't forget discussion of Constitutional issues, differences in our legal systems, that sort of stuff.
I'll tell RR that you called him an ignorant...what was it?
Lol I saw you have used the term yesterday.

“First it steals your mind..”

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..and then it steals your soul

#802 Jul 20, 2013
Death Kitten wrote:
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Thank you DF, I will check it out!:)
A pleasure. May the awesomeness and humility of Double Fine flow through you and touch the lives of many

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#803 Jul 20, 2013
Double Fine wrote:
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Sounds like a big lunch. Double Fine would recommend the shake.
Yep, he is still with us... Barely. I do not think he will live much longer.
What? What do you mean, DF will not live much longer? I am assuming on Topix?

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