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for 3 hours straight

for 3 hours straight I did this. It wasn't gsirebibh, he could tell theat it was precise formation of words. First, has anyone experienced this and second, is there a way for me to understand what I experience overall while dreaming. I have by the way, had a sleep apnea test and went to counseling for a year for nightmares. They actually have become less terrorizing but I still am unable while dreaming to relax and try to fully experience what I see.Also, one of my most vivid dreams I had about 2 months ago, I actually did recognize someone and he looked like a thin but strong scraggly man with long matted hair and appeared to be somewhat older in age yet not elderly. I dreamed about him 2 different nights. The firt night he was trying to get to me to speak with me and I was terrified and ran. In my dream I was running through an old manufacturing plant that had big machinery. I managed to wake just at the point he had me cornered. The second night I dreamed about the same man. I was walking on a grassy path outdoors with a group of people. He was a few feet behind me. I took a deep breath and wanted to see who he was. I dropped back to be walking beside him. I asked him if he was Satan. He said very calmly and without any kind of threatening demeanor, that yes, he was. I asked him if I was going to be ok. He said yes, you are going to be fine. Right up to the point of your death. You're going to struggle a little there but otherwise you will be fine. I actually felt relief and had a sense of calmness for several days.I am a pretty calm and peaceful natured person on the outside but most people don't know how inside I typically feel unsettled and fearful. Just a state of unrest is the only way I can explain it. So this sense of calm was a dramatic difference to the way I normally feel. It was actually pretty wonderfulAny insight or advice would be greatly appreciated. [url=]qwrqyb[/url] [link=]namarcini[/link]
posted by Magdalovelene at Thursday, 29 October 2015 11:40:57 EST 11:40am

From wiki:According

From wiki:According to the Internet Society and other sources, the term spam is <a href="">deiervd</a> from the 1970 Spam sketch of the BBC television comedy series Monty Python's Flying Circus. The sketch is set in a cafe where nearly every item on the menu includes Spam canned luncheon meat. As the waiter recites the Spam-filled menu, a chorus of Viking patrons drowns out all conversations with a song repeating Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam lovely Spam! wonderful Spam! , hence Spamming the dialogue. The excessive amount of Spam mentioned in the sketch is a reference to the preponderance of imported canned meat products in the United Kingdom, particularly a brand of tinned ham (Spiced ham = SPAM) from the USA, in the years after World War II, as the country struggled to rebuild its agricultural base. Spam captured a large slice of the British market within lower economic classes and became a byword among British children of the 1960s for low-grade fodder due to its commonality, monotonous taste and cheap price — hence the humour of the Python sketch.In the 1980s the term was adopted to describe certain abusive users who frequented BBSs and MUDs, who would repeat Spam a huge number of times to scroll other users' text off the screen. In early chat rooms services like PeopleLink and the early days of Online America (later known as America Online or AOL), they actually flooded the screen with quotes from the Monty Python Spam sketch. With internet connections over phone lines, typically running at 1200 or even 300 bit/s, it could take an enormous amount of time for a spammy logo, drawn in ASCII art to scroll to completion on a viewer's terminal. Sending an irritating, large, meaningless block of text in this way was called spamming. This was used as a tactic by insiders of a group that wanted to drive newcomers out of the room so the usual conversation could continue. It was also used to prevent members of rival groups from chatting—for instance, Star Wars fans often invaded Star Trek chat rooms, filling the space with blocks of text until the Star Trek fans left. This act, previously called flooding or trashing, came to be known as spamming. The term was soon applied to a large amount of text broadcast by many users.It later came to be used on Usenet to mean excessive multiple posting—the repeated posting of the same message. The unwanted message would appear in many if not all newsgroups, just as Spam appeared in nearly all the menu items in the Monty Python sketch. The first usage of this sense was by Joel Furr in the aftermath of the ARMM incident of March 31, 1993, in which a piece of experimental software released dozens of recursive messages onto the news.admin.policy newsgroup. This use had also become established—to spam Usenet was flooding newsgroups with junk messages. The word was also attributed to the flood of Make Money Fast messages that clogged many newsgroups during the 1990s. In 1998, the New Oxford Dictionary of English, which had previously only defined spam in relation to the trademarked food product, added a second definition to its entry for spam : Irrelevant or inappropriate messages sent on the Internet to a large number of newsgroups or users.
posted by Danilo at Tuesday, 27 October 2015 20:51:15 EST 8:51pm

Hey Bro, i can perso

Hey Bro, i can personally realte to what you're saying, this was my main issue as well. I could go hard in the gym when I was there but easy to get distracted by temptations. If you don't mind I'd like to address this in a video, I promise to keep you anonymous, I won't mention who you are or anything like that. but anyways, now that I'm here there is a simple answer to all of it, so simple that it might not move you enough, but maybe it will.First, those temptations are natural, everyone has them. It all depends on your personality and temperament and what your weaknesses are. For some their weakness is women (Tyson), others it's food (Riddick Bowe), and others it's drugs and a tough life (Johnny Tapia), others it's alcohol (Kelly Pavlik). Living a clean life is a difficult task for a fighter, fighters by nature are people of extremes, its part of why you are a fighter to begin with. Right now though, there are two reasons you will choose to party/drink/do drugs/skip training for a girl instead of doing what you should and that's stay clean, get your sleep and get to the gym: 1) Somewhere in your mind you don't really think it will affect you and that you'll get by on natural ability. Who won the gold medal for your weight class this year? What do you think he was doing in the 6 months or even 4 years leading up to the olympics. If you think you can beat him partying and cutting corners then you might be in for a rude awakening. I know how you feel bro, I know how it is. I'm just saying, when the time comes to make these decisions on a daily basis, just picture the guy you need to beat and ask what you think he's doing right now. He's not partying I guarantee it. Then you gotta ask, how bad do I want it'?ok, Second. One reason you may decide to give in to temptation is that you don't really believe in yourself as much as you think you do. If I were to present you with the opportunity to take a fight for a million dollars or party every night for the next month I'm sure you would take the fight and the money. But right now since nobody is making you any offers you feel like you have nothing to lose, but you have a lot to lose. The closer you get to something real where money, glory, success is on the line the more strict you will be. You won't want to party because what you'll have to lose will be right in front of you. If you believe that you can be great, and i believe you can, than you will know that you have a lot to lose for every bad decision. You just don't know it yet. That drink may cost you $8 at the club, but after having enough drinks they start to add up, and you'll miss a lot of opportunities. That $8 drink will turn out to be a $20,000 drink if you know what I mean. I promise you that by the time you reach 26 you will already have a sense of how far you can go in boxing. By that time women, alcohol, parties and drugs will still be waiting for you. They aren't going anywhere, I promise you. But your skill as a boxer won't be waiting, you'll be chasing it hard for as long as you want it and maybe only being at your best for a brief moment in your life.
posted by Ian at Sunday, 25 October 2015 00:27:39 EST 12:27am


Now don't get me wrong, having a degree from UCLA does not guarantee someone to have any more common sense than a door knob, but it does guarantee that the person can write in paragraph form and form cogent arguments in full sentences. Granted I have merely an undergrad Biochemistry/Chemistry degree from this institution, but I can say with pretty comfortable certainty that "Yourstupid" wouldn't know why wearing red and gold on campus isn't such a hot idea, which someone who lived anywhere near Westwood would know. Much more so, he would be utterly confused if asked where Royce hall was even if he was standing right in front of it, because even the stupidest lab partner I've ever had was not even close to matching the ignorance revealed by this guys post.

This idea of the difference between ignorance and stupidity is the smoking gun in how I know there's not a snowballs chance in hell this kid has a physics degree from UCLA. While going to UCLA might not cure stupidity, there's just no way graduating could leave an alumni capable of the kind of ignorance Yourstupid betrays of himself within each of his posts. I hope that he is merely a kid, under the age of 14, thus there still may be a chance for him to learn and foster some kind of intellect. If he is an adult... Well then I just hope he keeps his ignorance restricted to online usage.
posted by Paul at Friday, 21 December 2012 04:11:02 EST 4:11am

Re: Pattern

As I understand it, what they mean is not that the images are random obviously each page of images is selected from a certain theme. What the people who wrote the test mean to imply is that the selected images have been placed randomly.
posted by Dumbass at Monday, 3 December 2012 21:04:03 EST 9:04pm


Considering they are 'random images' they dont appear to be very random. Every single one of them is some form of transportation. If they were random I would have expected something like;

Car, sun, flower, potato, pencil etc etc
posted by rlm89 at Monday, 3 December 2012 16:05:12 EST 4:05pm

Hi to you all

Just checking in to say hi and wish you well. Following you on Twitter and hope to get in direct communication for some serious and less than serious chats about odd topics soon. Feel free to delete this message, I just wanted to check if Im registered.
posted by AdamtheRocket at Monday, 11 June 2012 11:47:40 EST 11:47am

Another Pattern

Congratulations to Navelfluff.
I see another pattern in the image If you classify the vehicles as "wheel" and "Non-wheel", and read across the lines, you get:


Seems pretty non-random to me.
posted by Charles InSanDiego at Wednesday, 21 March 2012 13:46:08 EST 1:46pm

Re: Untitled

No, but you get points for submitting the most creative answer!
posted by Dumbass at Monday, 19 March 2012 11:55:49 EST 11:55am


Never mind - i'm stupid - the first and last lines aren't opposite, but hey, i was close... doesn't that count?
posted by Chris at Monday, 19 March 2012 11:34:32 EST 11:34am


the images do show a pattern, so they aren't random. the first (going horizontally) line is an exact opposite of the last line, the second line is an exact opposite of the second last line. the only one "random" is the middle line.
posted by Chris at Monday, 19 March 2012 11:30:12 EST 11:30am

The Prize

An email has been sent.
posted by Navelfluff at Sunday, 18 March 2012 18:29:19 EST 6:29pm


Dumbass, "you're so stupid' apparently typed that ze is a physics major at UCLA, and you made several points about this, but seemed to miss the fact that ze can't type/spell, or use terms the same way intelligent people do, or make any sense at all really. I suspect ze was a Psychics major at "U Childish Loser Academy", probably set up as a home school by ze's parents to keep zim from going into public in diapers. Until proven otherwise, no need to diss the real UCLA. But if ze sends you transcripts from there, Xenu help us all!
posted by john ellis at Sunday, 18 March 2012 16:15:54 EST 4:15pm

The Prize!

Hey Navelfluff! You were actually the second person to answer, but the first has forfeited the prize so you're the winner!

Send me an email with your address and I'll send you your prize!
posted by Dumbass at Sunday, 18 March 2012 12:39:16 EST 12:39am

Random images

In addition to what NavelFluff mentioned, I also noticed that none of the images are repeated in a row. Which also means that no image is repeated within four other images, if you follow the numerical order. I also noticed that the train is the only image that does not appear 5 times. Other than that, I've got nothing (except the obvious that they are all pictures of vehicles). Will look harder once I wake up more, puzzling
posted by Renosis at Sunday, 18 March 2012 06:29:43 EST 6:29am

Confusing title

I got confused about the field "Title" when making the last comment. I thought it referred to my own title (alternatives might bed MD, Chairman, Evil Overlord of the Universe and so forth), not the title of the comment. Oh well, a moron I am indeed.
posted by Navelfluff at Sunday, 18 March 2012 06:09:53 EST 6:09am


What struck me about the "random images" is that they are very evenly spread out. Only once does an image have the same place in two consecutive rows. Very rarely will a truly random placement give such an even pattern.
posted by Navelfluff at Sunday, 18 March 2012 06:01:41 EST 6:01am

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