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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by RazorzEdge88 View Post
    Why's that?
    I guess so that the next one...which promises to be even worse...can start.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    Then again you also have the "advice" threads where it seems like in most of them people are asking things with a pre-desired answer and they just sorta brush off the ones they don't want. I'm trying not to get cynical about them but it's difficult.
    I understand that and JUB is full of people asking for advice knowing full well they have no intention of taking it.
    You can become cynical about it or you can just accept that it is what it is. I try to do the latter.

    I was talking more about people just sharing their lives. You know...they way real friends do.
    The sad part is that I am sure there are so many here who could add much to the conversation if
    every thread didn't turn into a gif-fest or shallow humor.
    Everyone wants to be heard. No one wants to listen.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by sixthson View Post
    I learned early on at JUB that the place is full of people who want to talk but very few who are willing to listen. Everyone has a story to tell, but most won't share it because so few will listen. I often wonder how many JUBbers could be helped if more were willing to hear them out. You have to be an Andreus to get the attention, I think.
    Quote Originally Posted by RazorzEdge88 View Post
    Exactly what I just said up-thread.

    I'm not surprised you agree - you seem to be one of the few people on here who isn't a self-involved narcissist.
    I know that many people use "the internet" or "JUB" for different things. I guess us old farts have to start realizing the younger generation is just here to talk without listening and post silly gifs that only they laugh at.

    Or something.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by rareboy View Post
    I guess so that the next one...which promises to be even worse...can start.
    I have to echo sixthson in that this is pretty uncharacteristic of you. I'm wondering what has you so cynical/morose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stacy View Post
    I know that many people use "the internet" or "JUB" for different things. I guess us old farts have to start realizing the younger generation is just here to talk without listening and post silly gifs that only they laugh at.

    Or something.
    Sadly, I am a young person. I have to deal with being a part of this generation of me-first, look-at-my-hashtag social retards.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Your generation (the Millennials) has brought in a new mindset, RazorsEdge, that will liberate the United States from its yoke of religion. For the first time ever, a higher percentage of people favor gay marriage, thanks to the Millennials.

    You will bring in a new era.

    Yeah, I get annoyed from time to time, but overall, I have tremendous respect for you all.

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    I hate it when JUBbers reply on top of quotes instead of underneath them. It makes their posts a bit confusing until I get to the bottom, and it just doesn't look right to me.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    Your generation (the Millennials) has brought in a new mindset, RazorsEdge, that will liberate the United States from its yoke of religion. For the first time ever, a higher percentage of people favor gay marriage, thanks to the Millennials.

    You will bring in a new era.

    Yeah, I get annoyed from time to time, but overall, I have tremendous respect for you all.
    I love that about my generation, but we have to be realistic about this.

    Why is my generation like this? Is it because everyone's so much more logical? Do we have a generation of Ben Franklins, Charles Darwins, and Albert Einsteins?

    Clearly not. Just a relatively short conversation about any intellectual subject with a group of millennials would dispel that thought.

    I think it's because people around my age are too distracted with petty pop culture that they can't be bothered to devote themselves to the dogma of religion/conservatism.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    Then again you also have the "advice" threads where it seems like in most of them people are asking things with a pre-desired answer and they just sorta brush off the ones they don't want. I'm trying not to get cynical about them but it's difficult.
    Exactly why I lost my patience when posting over in CO&R years ago. And trying to be a moderator over there was hell, because even I had to resist the urge to flame.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by RazorzEdge88 View Post
    Sadly, I am a young person. I have to deal with being a part of this generation of me-first, look-at-my-hashtag social retards.
    I was trying not to lump all young people in together, as I just posted about not lumping me in with the "females" on this site. That's not how I meant it really I just feel like it's us old folks who are complaining most often. Or, at least I am feeling like an old lady yelling "get off my lawn!"

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by RazorzEdge88 View Post
    I love that about my generation, but we have to be realistic about this.

    Why is my generation like this? Is it because everyone's so much more logical? Do we have a generation of Ben Franklins, Charles Darwins, and Albert Einsteins?

    Clearly not. Just a relatively short conversation about any intellectual subject with a group of millennials would dispel that thought.

    I think it's because people around my age are too distracted with petty pop culture that they can't be bothered to devote themselves to the dogma of religion/conservatism.
    I (think?) I'm a bit older than you Razor so I was not going to jump and sound sound bitter and old, but I was going to say much the same thing. It's great that things are changing, but at the same time, I think the young people today are just as much a product of their time as peopel 60 years ago. It's just that the times right now pretty much involve sitcoms with gay characters and not going to church. It's great for people to be less brainwashed, but I don't think it was through conscious effort on their part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RazorzEdge88 View Post
    I love that about my generation, but we have to be realistic about this.

    Why is my generation like this? Is it because everyone's so much more logical? Do we have a generation of Ben Franklins, Charles Darwins, and Albert Einsteins?

    Clearly not. Just a relatively short conversation about any intellectual subject with a group of millennials would dispel that thought.

    I think it's because people around my age are too distracted with petty pop culture that they can't be bothered to devote themselves to the dogma of religion/conservatism.
    I read an article in a magazine that discussed it, Razzie. I believe it was Parenting Magazine, but I'm not sure, and to my everlasting shame, I didn't save the article.

    Allow me to qualify all of this, first. The forthcoming is admittedly a generalization; one will always find outliers. But one cannot discuss sociology without resorting to generalizations, because sociology relates to how groups of people behave, zeitgeists, and how those zeitgeists shape political thought. (Once again, I stress--there are outliers. But we are discussing the behavior of groups)

    The gist of article related to the fact that the Millennials grew up during the computer age, which shaped the way they process information. Millennials do indeed tend to be less empathetic because they see life in terms of binary code, but by the same token, they are infinitely more tolerant. This predisposition tends to shape the way they look at political issues.

    For the first time in American history, young people are voting en masse. In fact, one can make the case that the Millennials actually tipped the election to Obama. The Millennials, too, don't see the big deal about gay marriage, or see the big deal about a person's race, and so on. And they can't see why religion has to be so much a part of everything.

    Here's something to ponder: during the Republican Party's nomination, Ron Paul won big--but only with millennials. Millennial Republicans overwhelmingly chose Paul, and still do. That's huge.

    It sounds melodramatic to say so, but they really are bringing in a new era. (It really is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius.)

    Don't underestimate your generation, Razzie, even though you might find them annoying at times. They're the future.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    I (think?) I'm a bit older than you Razor so I was not going to jump and sound sound bitter and old, but I was going to say much the same thing. It's great that things are changing, but at the same time, I think the young people today are just as much a product of their time as peopel 60 years ago. It's just that the times right now pretty much involve sitcoms with gay characters and not going to church. It's great for people to be less brainwashed, but I don't think it was through conscious effort on their part.
    How old are you? I'm 24. I'm only still in college because of a combination of previous lack of funds and post-high school attrition.

    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    I read an article in a magazine that discussed it, Razzie. I believe it was Parenting Magazine, but I'm not sure, and to my everlasting shame, I didn't save the article.

    Allow me to qualify all of this, first. The forthcoming is admittedly a generalization; one will always find outliers. But one cannot discuss sociology without resorting to generalizations, because sociology relates to how groups of people behave, zeitgeists, and how those zeitgeists shape political thought. (Once again, I stress--there are outliers. But we are discussing the behavior of groups)

    The gist of article related to the fact that the Millennials grew up during the computer age, which shaped the way they process information. Millennials do indeed tend to be less empathetic because they see life in terms of binary code, but by the same token, they are infinitely more tolerant. This predisposition tends to shape the way they look at political issues.

    For the first time in American history, young people are voting en masse. In fact, one can make the case that the Millennials actually tipped the election to Obama. The Millennials, too, don't see the big deal about gay marriage, or see the big deal about a person's race, and so on. And they can't see why religion has to be so much a part of everything.

    Here's something to ponder: during the Republican Party's nomination, Ron Paul won big--but only with millennials. Millennial Republicans overwhelmingly chose Paul, and still do. That's huge.

    It sounds melodramatic to say so, but they really are bringing in a new era. (It really is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius.)

    Don't underestimate your generation, Razzie, even though you might find them annoying at times. They're the future.
    I guess I'm just speaking out of bitterness because I interact with people so much differently. I tend to enjoy interacting with people in smaller numbers and forming really deep connections with people, whereby we share really rich conversation. This is pretty much the opposite of how millennials interact with one another. Get as many facebook friends as you can, share random tidbits about yourself every now and then, and follow entertainment news--that's the younger person's way of life.

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    ^Speaking of Millennials, we old fogeys sometimes "tsk, tsk" over the fact that Millennials need calculators to do the most basic math skills. For example, at work, I usually count down the till using my head (no pen or paper). The millennials who have witnessed this are marvelled at this ability, but really, guys, they taught us how to do this in the second or third grade.

    BUT!

    It works the other way around, too. We older guys don't know how to use the equipment as well as we should.

    A week or two ago, I decided to use the calculator to count down my till. I ended up being $45.50 over, because I entered the information wrong in the calculator. (laughs at myself).

    Similarly, I remember six months or so, noting the fact that I know how to take a square root by hand, but don't know how to do it on a calculator.

    So it works the other way around, too. Knowing how to use the equipment is important, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx
    Then again you also have the "advice" threads where it seems like in most of them people are asking things with a pre-desired answer and they just sorta brush off the ones they don't want. I'm trying not to get cynical about them but it's difficult.
    Personally, I've never quite understood why this bothers so many people. I mean, isn't that kind of the point of seeking advice? To take what works for you and leave what doesn't? There's no "one size fits all" solution to every problem, and let's face it...sometimes, people give bad/overly-biased advice with selfish intentions. In other words, they're more intent on preaching, scolding, and being "right" than actually listening, understanding, and truly helping the person. They want things to go THEIR way more than anything, and then get mad and cry foul when it doesn't, forgetting that, at the end of the day, (like or not) it's the advice-seeker's life/decision to make, not theirs. The best the advisors can do is say their piece, hope for the best, and move on.

    I'm not discounting the good advice people give, and I understand that some people are stubborn in their bad ways, or only want "pre-desired answers" that reinforce those bad ways, and it's frustrating for those of us with good intentions. But remember, advice is simply just that...advice, not binding arbitration. It's up the advice-seeker to take it or leave it. They're not obligated to take it (even if they should). The point is to give them our opinions/suggestions, not boss them around. We're not their mothers.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by RazorzEdge88 View Post


    I guess I'm just speaking out of bitterness because I interact with people so much differently. I tend to enjoy interacting with people in smaller numbers and forming really deep connections with people, whereby we share really rich conversation. This is pretty much the opposite of how millennials interact with one another. Get as many facebook friends as you can, share random tidbits about yourself every now and then, and follow entertainment news--that's the younger person's way of life.
    I see that point of view, Razzie.

    It sounds like the Millennials don't have as much opportunity for propinquity as the other generations. Is that right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixthson View Post
    I learned early on at JUB that the place is full of people who want to talk but very few who are willing to listen. Everyone has a story to tell, but most won't share it because so few will listen. I often wonder how many JUBbers could be helped if more were willing to hear them out. You have to be an Andreus to get the attention, I think.
    I agree. I actually kind of feel sorry for some of the guys that come on here and either get flamed or ignored. I'll use enchanted/sex kitten as an example. I sure hope that he didn't miss out on the support we could have given him here, just because of the way he came across. I hope that he wasn't asking for our help and we just flamed him. He may have really needed us and just really didn't know how to ask, or was afraid to look too weak asking. I think a lot of his faggot jokes towards us were deflections on how he felt about himself and the insecurities he was feeling. That might damage my rep feeling that way, but over the years here I've seen many guys come and go like him.

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    ^I don't know about that one, Alister.

    I actually listened to him, and conferred with him, about his dilemma concerning his professor.

    But he got downright personal, and ugly, with one of my favorite JUBbers, for no good reason. I don't see an excuse for getting personal in the pursuit of a debate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alister View Post
    I agree. I actually kind of feel sorry for some of the guys that come on here and either get flamed or ignored. I'll use enchanted/sex kitten as an example. I sure hope that he didn't miss out on the support we could have given him here, just because of the way he came across. I hope that he wasn't asking for our help and we just flamed him. He may have really needed us and just really didn't know how to ask, or was afraid to look too weak asking. I think a lot of his faggot jokes towards us were deflections on how he felt about himself and the insecurities he was feeling. That might damage my rep feeling that way, but over the years here I've seen many guys come and go like him.
    He did actually come back here and create yet another screen name after his second banning. He confessed a lot of things before Quasar cut him off and locked the thread. In that ONE post, I was actually almost feeling sorry for him. It was the most open, and honest he's ever been on here. I felt a certain sense of ... pleading... and desperation. *IF* he could maintain that level, I'd be willing to give him another chance.
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    ^I felt the same way when I read it. I wasn't too nice to him at times myself. After going back and reading some of his original posts I think we didn't spend enough time/effort listening to him but instead flamed him over his professor

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    You people are nuts.

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    ^ Now that's the reaction I expected

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    Hey, if you want to continue waxing and pontificating and discussing and mourning some fake person, go ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohannBessler View Post
    ^Speaking of Millennials, we old fogeys sometimes "tsk, tsk" over the fact that Millennials need calculators to do the most basic math skills. For example, at work, I usually count down the till using my head (no pen or paper). The millennials who have witnessed this are marvelled at this ability, but really, guys, they taught us how to do this in the second or third grade.

    BUT!

    It works the other way around, too. We older guys don't know how to use the equipment as well as we should.

    A week or two ago, I decided to use the calculator to count down my till. I ended up being $45.50 over, because I entered the information wrong in the calculator. (laughs at myself).

    Similarly, I remember six months or so, noting the fact that I know how to take a square root by hand, but don't know how to do it on a calculator.

    So it works the other way around, too. Knowing how to use the equipment is important, too.
    I always find discussion on generations to be interesting. To me it seems that there is always a general pattern that the next generation is somehow less skilled, less intellectual, or lacking in some way compared to the previous. I don't personally believe this is true but listening to others talk about the topic makes me believe that it's pretty typical for people to think this way.

    Each generation deals with many of the same issues at different intensities, new technology, war, issues of human nature such as racism, homophobia, etc. I think it's just easy to look at a generation that is either developing or in its process of contributing to humanity and assume that it's doing poorly because of the larger, less influential base. It's not necessarily the 98% of our generation's population that will grow up and invent a, b, c, or d that will directly contribute to society and mankind, but the 2% that makes breakthroughs in their respective fields to make the world better for everyone.

    I feel safe saying that no one can name even half of Generation X, but I'm sure that there were a few specific people that stand out in comparison to the rest. It's not to say that the rest of the generation is unimportant because we all contribute through the networks of people that we help and influence throughout our lives, but I think it's unfair to say that any generation is of lesser quality because the youth enjoy Facebook, tweeting, and Rihanna.


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    Rihanna.


    Riri.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by alister View Post
    ^I felt the same way when I read it. I wasn't too nice to him at times myself. After going back and reading some of his original posts I think we didn't spend enough time/effort listening to him but instead flamed him over his professor
    I think that was justified. IMO. The story was ludicrous to begin with. And we were right, as he himself admitted in that final post that it was just a crush that he embellished profusely. Unfortunately, I only really began to (kinda) like him in that final post. I "hated" him in his previous 1,500 posts.

    I would have been happy to listen to him if he would have been honest up front, and wasn't such an annoying schmuck twerp from the get go. If you want a civilized conversation, behave civilized.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joswanprince View Post


    Riri.....
    Haha, I love Rihanna .


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    I FUCKING love Rihanna it's not even funny

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    I love Madonna as well . Actually, to be more specific, I love some of their music. I shouldn't claim to love them as individuals since I don't even know them.


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    ^
    I read Riri interview- her backstage footages and I still love her character, are those count? ^^
    Maybe as a "superficial" admiration, yea..

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    and a good looking one: http://xhamster.com/movies/983571/do...?embed=related
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    Quote Originally Posted by RazorzEdge88 View Post
    How old are you? I'm 24. I'm only still in college because of a combination of previous lack of funds and post-high school attrition.

    I'm 33 and as a side note exactly the same thing happened to me in college. I had to stop after my 2nd year and work full time for 2 years to earn more money to finish with. So I graduated undergrad "late" too. More grown up though, I think, than the people I knew who just coasted through doing little but whipping out a debit card and not managing their money at all.

    Quote Originally Posted by AWP82 View Post
    Personally, I've never quite understood why this bothers so many people. I mean, isn't that kind of the point of seeking advice? To take what works for you and leave what doesn't? There's no "one size fits all" solution to every problem, and let's face it...sometimes, people give bad/overly-biased advice with selfish intentions. In other words, they're more intent on preaching, scolding, and being "right" than actually listening, understanding, and truly helping the person. They want things to go THEIR way more than anything, and then get mad and cry foul when it doesn't, forgetting that, at the end of the day, (like or not) it's the advice-seeker's life/decision to make, not theirs. The best the advisors can do is say their piece, hope for the best, and move on.

    I'm not discounting the good advice people give, and I understand that some people are stubborn in their bad ways, or only want "pre-desired answers" that reinforce those bad ways, and it's frustrating for those of us with good intentions. But remember, advice is simply just that...advice, not binding arbitration. It's up the advice-seeker to take it or leave it. They're not obligated to take it (even if they should). The point is to give them our opinions/suggestions, not boss them around. We're not their mothers.
    I'm not talking about listening to advice and taking the best advice offered. I'm talking about you ask an open ended question to which you only really want to hear one answer so you aren't asking for advice at all, you're asking for validation of what you already want to believe.

    It's "asking for advice under a false pretense."

    Quote Originally Posted by borg69unimatrix View Post
    I think that was justified. IMO. The story was ludicrous to begin with. And we were right, as he himself admitted in that final post that it was just a crush that he embellished profusely. Unfortunately, I only really began to (kinda) like him in that final post. I "hated" him in his previous 1,500 posts.

    I would have been happy to listen to him if he would have been honest up front, and wasn't such an annoying schmuck twerp from the get go. If you want a civilized conversation, behave civilized.
    I agree. People should just be real up front and everything Enchanted/Sex Kitten was before the ban was ENTIRELY constructed to garner exaggerated attention for himself. Those of us who could smell that a mile off were distant and annoyed because ultimately regardless of someone's deep down inner teddy bear, that's a manipulative thing to do and it's an attempt to use whoever you can fool into believing you for your own attention needs or purposes.

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    gay, straight, forums, in-person... my experience is that 99.999999% of people "asking advice" are more interested in validation than genuine advice.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by loki81 View Post
    gay, straight, forums, in-person... my experience is that 99.999999% of people "asking advice" are more interested in validation than genuine advice.
    That's sadly the conclusion I'm trying to avoid reaching as well.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    ... and YES, I'm still pissed that #$% ^$%& @$#%^ @$% QUASAR didn't let him show his dick before banning him 3 times.
    http://www.justusboys.com/forum/signaturepics/sigpic216959_1.gif

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    ^he probably did, but Quasar kept the pictures for himself

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by alister View Post
    ^he probably did, but quasar kept the pictures for himself
    unacceptable

    ^Borg voice.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by alister View Post
    ^he probably did, but Quasar kept the pictures for himself
    ARGH! That dirty rat bastard!!! I bet he did!!!
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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by loki81 View Post
    gay, straight, forums, in-person... my experience is that 99.999999% of people "asking advice" are more interested in validation than genuine advice.
    Basically.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by loki81 View Post
    gay, straight, forums, in-person... my experience is that 99.999999% of people "asking advice" are more interested in validation than genuine advice.
    That's not always a bad thing. Just sayin'.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by AWP82 View Post
    That's not always a bad thing. Just sayin'.
    I generally regard false pretenses as bad. It's an unfriendly thing at least to ask an open-ended question for input but then argue with all the answers you didn't want.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by sixthson View Post
    I understand that and JUB is full of people asking for advice knowing full well they have no intention of taking it.
    You can become cynical about it or you can just accept that it is what it is. I try to do the latter.

    I was talking more about people just sharing their lives. You know...they way real friends do.
    The sad part is that I am sure there are so many here who could add much to the conversation if
    every thread didn't turn into a gif-fest or shallow humor.
    I'm guilty of this and I'm sorry. That's how I want to express myself here.

    But I don't think I will stop. I still feel that a conversation can happen in a thread full of gifs and lame humour.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    ^This.

    Even though i'm not guilty of it myself.
    "You may only be one person to the world, but you may also be the world to one person"
    - anonymous quote.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    i think i MIGHT be losing it but i want to lay on my stomach while on the floor. i'm going to be wearing a t-shirt right. i want a guy to sit on the lower part of my back and... *sigh* i want him to drop a silent fart of me. *vomits* i know it's going to smell fucking awful too. some people farts are better left not messed with. i HATE the smell of farts. i just like the feeling of hot air on my back.
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    I think you lost it!
    http://www.justusboys.com/forum/signaturepics/sigpic216959_1.gif

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    I'm actively seeking out someone to give me the flu that's going around town. Last time I got really sick I dropped about 20 pounds, and I need to lose at least that much for a role I'm auditioning for near the end of January.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    I just got back from seeing The Hobbit. That in itself is not surprising or rep damaging but, my viewing companions for the evening were one of my best friends, a new friend from Minnesota seeing her first film in LA, a porn director, his husband, and a Titan Men porn star who had never seen an American film on the big screen. That is the way one should experience a great film.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by stacy View Post
    I just got back from seeing The Hobbit. That in itself is not surprising or rep damaging but, my viewing companions for the evening were one of my best friends, a new friend from Minnesota seeing her first film in LA, a porn director, his husband, and a Titan Men porn star who had never seen an American film on the big screen. That is the way one should experience a great film.
    How was that weird "high frame rate" in The Hobbit I keep hearing about?

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by AWP82 View Post
    How was that weird "high frame rate" in The Hobbit I keep hearing about?
    Not as good as I hoped it would be. Things were crisp in the foreground but that made the background blurry and matte painting like. It did not need to be seen in that format for it to be good.

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    Re: Confess something that might surprise others or damage your reputation on JUB - 2012

    Tea already shitted..Good god, Im so patient..^^
    Receipts all over place, I dont have to looking for myself..

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