Monday, April 20, 2015

Of monsters and hamsters.



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  1. continuity error :(

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  2. in my browser bookmarks i have "a free moment" folder of stuff to sometimes check on. under that i also have a "a really free moment" folder with loads of stuff, that doesn't update very frequently. and when something there does, i'm really excited. thanks for sharing the story!

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    1. geee, those were some sweet kind words, kaarel!

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  3. Thanks! That was brillant!

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  4. This was such a good read. In conclusion: it's dangerous to leave a thinking-able kid alone with fears and thoughts and imagination. Fear is what keeps us alive, but fear is also what disables us and renders us utterly paralized when we are unknowing of what to expect. Comfort, in every way that feels okay to just keep on living, but substance abuse just replaces one problem with another. Balance, in everything: between fear and courage.

    “I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.”
    ― Frank Herbert, Dune

    (by pareM ;)

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    1. I'm intrigued. Do you happen to have my lighter?

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  5. dude, mu klassivend, kelle isa oli hauakaevaja, tegi puutöö tunnis leggit kirstu oma hampstrile, kaanega ja puha. see oli päris hea, et kirstu tegemine võttis mingi paar nädalat, seega hoidsid hamstrit külmkapis vist :D

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  6. wow, my childhood misery but with different events, I shall thank you, but I shall also be sad, thankyou anyways

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