Clocks changed
Started by Scrotnig, 27th October 2013 01:09 in Talk & Chat

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    Alice
    It isn't big enough?
    Clock size isn't everything.


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    Awwwwww matron!!!

    Fucking clique.

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    parsonstreet
    Does anyone know the time?
    Yes thanks.
    Please note that any abuse in this post is both intentional and deserved.

    Anyone that feels the need to further point out that it contains abuse is clearly a total fucking moron who's also insulting YOUR intelligence by pointing out the bleeding obvious as if you were too fucking dumb to notice it.

    This has been a public service announcement by Fork Me. Have a nice fucking day.

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    Its very confusing when you forget to change one of the main clocks in the house !!

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    superwoman
    Its very confusing when you forget to change one of the main clocks in the house !!
    The need to know the time is one of the greatest tyrannies ever experienced. It's certainly the one that has dehumanised the greatest number of people. The realisation that every single person reading this possesses at least one device which can tell the time to an accuracy of a second or better is one of the most depressing thoughts I have ever had.

    Arriving at the day when I can hand in my staff ID and never again need to know what the time is any more accurately than "somewhere around lunchtime, possibly mid-spring" is the only ambition I now have.
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    Memnoch
    Arriving at the day when I can hand in my staff ID and never again need to know what the time is any more accurately than "somewhere around lunchtime, possibly mid-spring" is the only ambition I now have.
    I couldn't agree more..........terrible to wish my life away..........but not to be ruled by having to be somewhere
    at a certain time every day...........what a wonderful thought.

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    Memnoch
    The need to know the time is one of the greatest tyrannies ever experienced. It's certainly the one that has dehumanised the greatest number of people. The realisation that every single person reading this possesses at least one device which can tell the time to an accuracy of a second or better is one of the most depressing thoughts I have ever had.

    Arriving at the day when I can hand in my staff ID and never again need to know what the time is any more accurately than "somewhere around lunchtime, possibly mid-spring" is the only ambition I now have.
    Good luck missing new episodes, family stuff, etc., then, if you don't pay attention to time.
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    Technology has utilised time to our advantage.

    Societies less driven by time are usually primitive. Quite spiritual for the 30 years of your life if you are not killed in spear wars.

    But this is just my opinion.
    Do not let the oppressed retreat in disgrace; may the poor and needy praise your name..

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    Amaury
    Good luck missing new episodes, family stuff, etc., then, if you don't pay attention to time.
    I don't think Memnoch DOES television. Or families.

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    Scrotnig
    I don't think Memnoch DOES television
    he's not missing much.

 


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