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User avatar #67 - Sylace (07/16/2015) [-]
M*A*S*H was always on at my buddy's parents house growing up. Always thought it seemed like a great show. I wonder if I can stream it these days.
User avatar #76 - manofparody (07/16/2015) [-]
Entire series is on Netflix. I've been rewatching it, because I only watched what episodes I could when I was with my dad on the weekends growing up.
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User avatar #81 - manofparody (07/16/2015) [-]
He worked a lot. I could only see him every other weekend, and his work would do everything in their power to get ahold of him. We had beepers back then and if they needed him, it'd go off every fucking 5 minutes, and the house phone would ring constantly until he finally picked up.

That, and he had to spend what time he had with me with my older brother, also.

Then he cheated on my step-mother and moved to Georgia (I live in Indiana) to marry another woman. Needless to say it was seldom weekend visits when he'd come up, or I'd spend the summer with him and a couple days with him during Christmas, while I was in school.

He was a great dad, but he always placed us third. There's also alcohol involved in the years when he was in Indiana, but he wasn't an angry alcoholic, just one that passed out easily.
User avatar #82 - Sylace (07/16/2015) [-]
Damn man, thank you for being willing to share that. I deleted my question because I realized it could be a sensitive topic, I never considered that you were typing, I just pictured you reading that, saying 'what a fuck' and ignoring it.. Glad I was wrong.
Its insane how people work so hard these days to support their families but to do so they lose time to spend with them, not to mention people coming home burnt out from long days. Shit man I wish it didn't go that way.

I bet you really started to hate the sound of that beeper.
User avatar #90 - manofparody (07/16/2015) [-]
Not really. I had an abusive brother that would never stop, no matter how hard he got punished. Anytime I'd say a word (literally anything) he'd tell me to shut up. If I didn't shut up, he'd just start beating me.

My mom also put other things above us, so I hardly ever got the help I needed with anything. Then my mom takes me to a psychiatrist for severe depression, saying she has no idea how I got this way. Then the psychiatrist was a fucking idiot (or trying to make more money via prescriptions) and misdiagnosed me as bipolar and gave me medicine that cause me to be even more depressed, and I ended up having to go to Wellstone because of suicidal thoughts.

It really isn't as bad as I'm making it seem, though. To me, this was all just normal.
My mom may have put other things in front of us (especially her marriages), but she still took care of us and loved us. It's just when anything concerning her husband came in conflict with it, her husband would always take priority.
I love my mom, and I love my dad. I'd by lying if I said there wasn't resentment for them, but you can't expect model parents from everyone, that's just not possible. Nobody is a model parent, and it could've been worst for me, and I understand that.

As for my brother, about 4-5 years ago, he apologized for everything he did as a kid. And that's all I want: If you're willing to publicly admit you were wrong and apologize to me, then you've earned not only my forgiveness, but my respect. That's all I ever want from people who wronged me. I see almost all people with such smugness, and self-righteousness who absolutely REFUSE to admit when they're wrong. So when someone is willing to admit they fucked up, and they get off their high stool that everyone in the world seems to be on, then they earn my respect and forgiveness.

For example: I was trying to talk to my mother about something (I can't remember what, but I never get physical with her and we were having a slight argument, and I'm also instinctively a smart ass.) and my step father walked up and started cussing me out I don't know where the fuck he learned to mediate situations, but he has some fucking superiority complex, because he thinks he should be able to come in, scream "I COMMAND YOU TO STOP" or some shit, and everyone is supposed to listen. Fuck that, I'm a human being, not a fucking dog, and that's why I despised him , and told me to shut the fuck up. I told him that our conversation was fine without him, and he said, "I should smack the shit out of that smart ass mouth." and after I said something else (Can't remember), he hit me in the face. I immediately tackled him to the wall and punched him in the face as hard as I could, then the rottweiler grabbed my left arm and pulled me to the ground. I've never had injures like this dog put on me, and the amount of pain I felt was the worst I've ever experienced. I crawled back into my door way before my step father jumped on top of me and proceeded to start repeating beating my face, while the rottweiler went to town on my left leg that was still out in the hall. It got 2 full jaw massive bites of my leg in, where it pulled and wrestled with it, and several scratches from his claws. One bite is on my thigh leg, while the other is right on the biggest point of my calf.
Anyways, while he was beating my face in and the rottweiler was attacking me, he was screaming at me to "Fucking apologize, bitch." and I was crying from the amount and screaming "I'm sorry, just call a fucking ambulance" while my mom was just screaming "stop it" like that fucking helped. He finally got up after about 20-30 seconds of the dog going to town on me To put the scenario, I was lying in the door way to my bedroom. my legs were sticking out the door into the hall where the dog was going to town, and I couldn't reach him to stop because of the door way and my step father on top of me. (continued)
#91 - manofparody (07/16/2015) [-]
Holy shit, sorry about the wall of text, you didn't want to hear about all this and then I managed to quickly crawl in my room where my mom tried coming in, and I was just screaming at them to leave me alone and call an ambulance, but she demanded to come in. I also just got a phone the day before that I was paying for, and asked for it, and the first thing she said to me was "Please don't post anything on facebook." Yea, fuck her. Her public image was always priority over everything, because that's ultimately what it was about for her and her inspiration to do everything: So people don't think badly of her.
Anyways, on the way to the hospital she told me that she's getting rid of that dog (this is the second time it's attacked, it also attacked my brother, but I got the worst of the bites). Long story short, about a month after the incident, it was no longer my step father's fault, and they still have the dog to this day. They left me at home a couple days after the incident to go on vacation for a week, and I was supposed to redress my wounds constantly (By the way, you can't stitch dog bites. You just have to let them bleed and close on their own, due to bacteria from the dog.) and take care of myself (I.E. cooking, cleaning, etc). After she came back from that vacation, she started believing it was my fault that that happened to me, and I was the one to blame. I was supposed to apologize to my step father, and I have never gotten more angry at my mother. I never apologized from him, and I always have a huge resentment towards him. He's a lot better about his anger and incredibly friendly now, but he has never apologized, and my mom even told me she tried to get him to apologize to me but he won't. I hate that man, because he's exactly who I was talking about: The people that refuse to admit they're wrong. I would forgive him for everything, if he just apologized.

Pic related, it's one of the bites right after I got out of the hospital. It swelled up and started looking immensely worst after about a week or two, and I have pictures for that too.

Anyways, sorry for all the text and thanks for reading.
User avatar #101 - anotherponyaccount (07/18/2015) [-]
Man, I have no idea how I stumbled onto this but you've given me a kind if gratitude towards my father, since despite his rough upbringing, he never tried fighting me in my teenage years.
User avatar #95 - Sylace (07/17/2015) [-]
Oh no need to apologize, holy shit do I appreciate a good story. Well its a terrible story, but you told it well, I read every word.
I can relate to the love/resentment thing for sure. I don't believe good cancels out bad, but that they are two different things to be measured. So thus, I can love my mom for all that she's done for me, but that doesn't magically remove the bad things that have come between us.
She once dated a fella who was raised by a tough father, and it took the longest time to stop seeing myself baggage in their relationship, and to stop seeing him as a shithead and realize that he did the best he could in the only way he knew how.
I must have been a nightmare to deal with, a rebellious, hopeless, kid who couldn't stand the world anymore and was secretly 80% of the way to just up and offing myself.
I didn't expect I'd ever see a locker, then I thought I'd never see high school.
I didn't believe in God then, so there was no real consequence of my own that I could perceive coming, it was only knowing the destruction it would cause to other's lives that stopped me.
I think our lives take the most meaningful form that they can, and the pain and torment life can dole out will always make a soul incredibly strong.
Sometimes I think we're gods in training.
User avatar #96 - manofparody (07/17/2015) [-]
That, or slowly developed serial killers, waiting for a single bad day to drive us to lunacy and go on a killing spree.
User avatar #97 - Sylace (07/17/2015) [-]
I like to believe it works itself out eventually, to believe that the universe has rules and ways to enforce them.
Hard to know for sure from here though.

I think people would appreciate your thoughts if you ever picked up writing as a hobby.
User avatar #98 - manofparody (07/17/2015) [-]
I used to do a lot of writing, because I was really good at it. In school, we had young author competitions. Mine didn't win but was the most discussed by the teachers, because they really enjoyed it. I don't really enjoy writing, but enjoy making stories/lore.

And I suppose we need to believe there's something at the end of the road, otherwise what would be the point? Life has always done the "Give something then take everything from him" tactic on me, that once I got my current girlfriend I've been with for years, I kept expecting her to cheat on me or something and nothing ever happened. It still feels like life is waiting to toss another anvil on my head, though.
User avatar #99 - Sylace (07/17/2015) [-]
I know that feeling man, shit that's how I feel with this girl I'm seeing now. Its exhausting always second guessing.

My favorite part of writing is world building. I think it'd be awesome to work together to come up with something to post on here. I'm sure you know how much work it is to flesh out a fictional world.

I don't think anyone has tried writing OC stories. I think it could work great, maybe making each post a 'page' sized amount of text will keep from scaring off the tldr crowd.
User avatar #100 - manofparody (07/17/2015) [-]
There is one person who was writing stories. I thought they were pretty terrible so I was mostly just skipping them. He got front page a couple of times.
User avatar #77 - Sylace (07/16/2015) [-]
Well, I know what I'll be watching while I still have XBL.
User avatar #79 - manofparody (07/16/2015) [-]
It's an amazing show that hasn't lost it's humor, even after 30 years. It's the 80s equivalent of scrubs (without the cutaways).
User avatar #80 - Sylace (07/16/2015) [-]
A lot of older comedy is still great, Charlie Chaplin has made me laugh damn near to tears.
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forgetting the chucks key in the chuck and turn on the machine

happened to a guy in my class, whats worse is that our teach was standing right next to them when it happened! no-one were injured... the sound haunts me to this day though

www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEASEz4QI04 couldnt find one similar to what happened but i think it was set to 1000 revs so you can imagine three to five loud thuds and just a woosh as it is sent flying
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User avatar #1 - Scorch (02/13/2014) [-]
So I'm going to Austrialia in june and I noticed you on the tasmania thread.

I still haven't decided wether or not I'm going to Tasmania or not, is it a good place to go??

I have family in Perth and sydney and I'm staying for a year
#2 to #1 - moriartea (02/14/2014) [-]
On the whole, Tasmania is a stunning place to experience. What you want to ultimately do in Tasmania differs on where you go. The capital city of Hobart in the south has several famous attractions which include (but not limited to) the Wrest Point Casino (the first legal gambling premises in Australia) and MONA, a rather eclectic collection of modern art (entry is free only to proven Tasmanians).

Here's the thing; no one person is an authority on what you can see and do in Tasmania. While I'm flattered that you've come to me for advice, I can't give a comprehensive answer as I haven't experienced the whole state myself yet. My best suggestion is to try the tourism websites (I highly recommend You need to login to view this link as that covers the state and points out a majority of attractions) and conduct further research on places that others have told you about. If you're still not satisfied with the information, then all I can say is come to Tasmania and freelance around the state as you see fit.
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