☞Wasteland Warlock☜ (kingfox) wrote,
☞Wasteland Warlock☜
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Marketed towards 12-15 year olds

Pibb Xtra! Attack! Its bold taste and graphics appeal to young adults who are looking to get the most out of life and the most out of their soft drink.

On CS, people can decapitate corpses, making them harder to ID and changing their name from 'corpse of Bob' to 'male corpse'. These guys work on the same principle.

Eh, yeah, I know they're both on Fark, but what isn't?

Urge to bash head against rocks and scream at the sky.... rising.

And I loved you long ago
And I love you still
But the roads that we have travelled
Took us far apart
Scattered to the four winds
Someday we will find the time to heal
And I loved you long ago
And the stars that bear my name
Are the wounds that never heal
But the road that we have travelled
Took us far apart
And I love you still
And I loved you long ago


I was reminded again today by a student employee how I've changed.

My co-workers were talking at lunch about people's allergies, and I mentioned how I used to be horribly allergic to wheat, soy, and a few other things. I couldn't have any soda except for Snapple's Tru Root Beer, as they all had caramel coloring, which contain wheat. Any snack food used soy - the cheap oil. But during a rough spot in my life, I just started eating these things, and survived. I eat tons of wheat and soy to this day, with no adverse effects. I mentioned a report I read after that about traumatic events 'curing' people of allergies. One of my co-workers mentioned how people with multiple personalities can have different allergies. One personality can react to oranges, another personality eats oranges, and then if the first personality takes over they end up breaking out. It's amazing how mental it is. I wonder if I really did change so much during that time of my life, or if it was a more logical internal shift.
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