>Your reason is so much cooler than mine, i am smitten with envy.
Heh, thanks. But it also was when I was a teenager.
I ran away from juvenile jail when I was 17 because I couldn't stand being locked up. That's why I lived in the woods, not so much because I wanted to. I've mentioned that here before but I can't remember if you were here or not.
I wasn't. I'd remember a story like that. Damn, that's rough.
Ah, now I get what you meant. So if you can't feel fear do you still get anxious? These two have much in common I think.
Theres one more quirk to me in regards to emotions that... I guess is kinda relevant to the conversation but i cant explain it without coming across as if im trying to tell you im some sorta comic book character.
So lets just sum it up as "when faced with potentially life threatening situations, i am far more willing to gamble with my own safety than i should be."
Im actually not sure if i get anxious. But sometimes, when, things have gotten out of hand... I get... Weird.
So today was a day and a half.
buddy tripped over the wifi router and thus kicked out the internet (I wish I was joking)
Something like that.
I can talk about it but I'll probably email it.
Today was half a day
Butt staying up till 5 or 6AM tonite will make up fur 1/4th a day so it was 3/4ths a day
>no kicked-out internet
That does indeed sound difficult to explain.
I do have some stuff missing as well, but different.
Like I don't have any sense for family, being close to them or whatever people feel. When my father jumped off a bridge some years ago I was just like meh, then 3 more (grandpa, grandma, other grandma) died in the next years and I didn't feel anything either. I felt annoyed of others who'd tell me how they miss that person and whatnot, and I needed to fake these feelings to not hurt them.
Or I really can't stand children at all, I don't think there is anything even remotely cute on a toddler or a child.
But yeah, these things aren't comparable to your situation. Just wanted to point it out.
Where do you people keep your routers that you can trip over them? That seems to be really common
I'm staying at a buddy's place right now, he's got his wifi router in the living room under the tv, right next to the xbox. that thing has a broken lan cable. so even looking at it causes it to lose connection.
Im not really an authority on these things, but considering the whole juvenile prison escape thing, maybe you just didn't have empathy to spare when these events took place in your life.
I really should look into Iskra more, I've liked almost everything I saw yet made by him/her.
Requesting the OP image from last thread.
Ah that makes sense, I ask because a friend of mine has a router lying in the middle of the hallway. For years already, with a lan cable attached all curly and stuff.
I'll never get that, but it doesn't seem to bother him the slightest.
Yeah maybe you're right, I'm very empathetic regarding other people I like tho. Or at least I think I am.
I never forgave my family that they put me into a foster home without need just because they realized that they didn't want to have children after all, when I was 11. That may well explain that even tho I'm on good terms with the ones still left. It doesn't bother me at all in any case.
Dont say it doesn't bother you man, you sound like you need a hug. I'll gladly provide, however many you need.
Howdy bud, how're you doing today?
OK I suppose. You?