Conservatives who have cited Mao
And that piece on Van Jones? Play a lot of spooky music, put a grainy filter on the videos, and take a couple of quotes from an angry and radicalized past (if you had been arrested for protesting social injustice Im sure you'd be mad too) and somehow link them to the man's current line of work. Also, keep emphasizing that he was arrested at protests like it was because he was in the wrong, ignoring that lots of people are falsely arresting during protests because of our police-lite-state
I didn't know anything about Van Jones before watching this video and to me he seems like a stand up guy who is a very ardent and very vocal supporter of human and civil rights.
Nobody just shows up to your door and asks if you want to date or hang out.
Lots of above posters have suggested great things. The biggest thing to remember is to just DO SOMETHING.
Go to a class - cooking, dancing, photography, poetry, reading, etc
Develop a physical hobby - working out, martial arts, running, biking, climbing, hiking, tennis, soccer, basketball, softball
Go to a book store
Go to the mall
Go to a bar
Go to a club
Yes, online works too. Match.com, craigslist, meetup, etc etc
If you want to do geeky things, find a D&D game, or a LAN party, or whatever
Probably the best place to find geeky girls is on a college campus. Go find out where the engineering and computer science departments are or find out where those people like to get together.
The thing about being social is - you just have to BE social. Put yourself in social activities and social situations and you will have the opportunity to be social!
Get outside and do things
It's not that I didn't have fun with L4D, and it kept my attention for about a month or so after release, but pretty quickly all that content was devoured. Playing with friends we had everything down to a science. Only when playing with random people did it feel dangerous and exciting again because there would be varying levels of player skill.
With no updates and expansions my friends and I quickly lost interest and went on to play other games.
The sort of irony I feel about this is I would *gladly* pay for all the content we've been given for Team Fortress 2. I still play TF2 quite regularly and have gotten more entertainment out of it than any game in recent memory.
Maybe I'll just buy L4D2 as sort of my TF2 "tax"
Does this mean plants win the millennium prize?
I wouldn't say "on purpose".
*queue scenes of Futurama's take on bureaucracy*
And it makes perfect sense
Commenting seems like a rather complicated (or rather tedious) process.
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Can I get a Pre-Air leak of it?
So....how is this different from DirectConnect?
It might actually work?
I use UltraEdit for Windows. Wish I could find something as good for when Im in Linux.
Easy & robust syntax highlighting, awesome find and replace(with regex too), and column select!
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