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Funny, I wore this shirt to class this morning: 

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I'm eatin some chicken curry right now and I'm in full agreement. Damn them animals be tasty
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I'm eatin some chicken curry right now and I'm in full agreement. Damn them animals be tasty

 

I wish they weren't though. I'd be a vegetarian right now if I didn't like meat so much.

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I'm eatin some chicken curry right now and I'm in full agreement. Damn them animals be tasty

 

+1!!

I simply don't get how people can get through without eating some tasty meat! Oh God how I would like some burnt ends right now! I'm pretty sure that there is NO equivalent in a vegetarian diet and if so, please prove me wrong! ;)

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Nice, thanks!

 

BTW... I've heard an interesting rumor that HiFiMan is coming out with a new planar magnetic flagship to surpass the HE-6 soon.

 

The rumored development is something I've quietly wanted to see happen. I was leaning toward the HE-6 midsummer but if/when I can get a better timeline for the next model, I may put the current flagship on hold.

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Then at least eat it so at least its death will have a purpose and will be part of the order of things. Otherwise you are just a monster.
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I just killed a bug and for some reason I feel guilty 

Unless its reproduction facilities are anything like male squids' spermatospores, which in essence are lifepods that contains a sperm mass in one end of the pod, and a flesh drilling mechanism that will carry said mass to latch onto the female in a turbulent sea during mating. Just discovered all this btw, because apparently all of this are painfully affecting some people that eat squids raw (mostly Japanese fishers that make sashimi fresh out of the sea with them).

tl;dr, squid sperms eats drills into your mouth if ingested.
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Originally Posted by gelocks View Post

+1!!
I simply don't get how people can get through without eating some tasty meat! Oh God how I would like some burnt ends right now! I'm pretty sure that there is NO equivalent in a vegetarian diet and if so, please prove me wrong! wink.gif

Mmmmm burnt ends... Even the name is tasty. I've got a few friends who are vegetarian. I can respect the lifestyle. So long as we're not in the business of proselytizing it's all good smily_headphones1.gif

Oh man, I just now realized that I'm complicit in the crime of discussing food, so help me Buddha
Edited by Idsynchrono_24 - 4/30/13 at 9:54am
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Originally Posted by Silent One View Post

 

The rumored development is something I've quietly wanted to see happen. I was leaning toward the HE-6 midsummer but if/when I can get a better timeline for the next model, I may put the current flagship on hold.

i have been told it will not be in the to close future. they have other, more important plans.

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How do you call it when you watch or read something that causes discomfort or negative emotions exactly because it causes such emotions? It's different from masochism, but definitely related to it.



Just now I was watching the anime Aku no Hana. Using a Kafkaesque setting the show stimulates emotions of fear, anger and disgust. Yet I really like the show from an 'artistic perspective'. Why is that people tend to like watching such things? Is it because of empathy for the main character, or is sadism? That is, do we do perhaps like watching these things because we know they are not real, and like seeing situations where a fictional person is feeling really negative emotions just to assert that we are much better of?

I think it is just another form of stimulation. Your brain treats stimuli that in uncivilized places would kill you (would a caveman like rollercoasters? Doubtful.) as an endorphin release. Maybe even seeing imagery like that in a falsified or controlled environment evokes the same feeling, but in an empathetic way. Hence why despite us knowing horror movies are false, good ones make us uneasy afterward as well, even untrusting of our surroundings.
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So I received this Dunu review unit for keeps, and in the package there's a tri-flange tip. So finally my curiosity can be satisfied. Wish I hadn't. It feels ****. That deep penetration... ughhh.
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You gotta lube up and gently ease.. Wait what are we talkin about again?
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You gotta lube up and gently ease.. Wait what are we talkin about again?

Deep penetration of the meatus.
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Go deep or you won't get as loud of noises.

Because of the ear canal stuff, naturally.
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But it's painful. Apparently the second bend in the ear is the cause of that. All this time, when I'm cleaning my ears, I thought I hit something that could've damage my ears permanently.
Crazy idea: use with Chiri-chan. Bad idea.
Edited by jgray91 - 4/30/13 at 1:20pm
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But it's painful. Apparently the second bend in the ear is the cause of that. All this time, when I'm cleaning my ears, I thought I hit something that could've damage my ears permanently.

 

It's painful the first few times. I'm not even trying to be dirty...the Meelec M6 triple flanges were among my favorites for the GR07.

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It's painful the first few times. I'm not even trying to be dirty...the Meelec M6 triple flanges were among my favorites for the GR07.

My ears are apparently. I mean, behind that second bend, there's gold apparently.
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