23 Apr 2017 10:47 PM
Nope, you got me there.
Originally posted by Jizzelbin
TNP has been on a college campus in the past three months.
23 Apr 2017 11:25 PM
Yeah, as in a few days ago. Don't ask me how the figure out how to rent agreement for the spaces, because i don't know, but yeah. ETA, I'm not sure what I was talking about. Really, I'm not sure. Hmm...well, it's a good thing we're not litigating for damages, apparently, b/c I have no clue what I'm talking about!
TNP is very happy, in general, to ignore things that don't create an impact on him or her -- speaking politically, morally, civilly, and so forth. While at the same time he or she is not prepared to have an opinion about if it shoould be moral correct, nonetheless, he or she is more or less happy about his or her decision pertinent to the preceding sentence.
Last edited by Jizzelbin; 23 Apr 2017 at 11:27 PM.
23 Apr 2017 11:50 PM
Oh, since there are only rules of civility here, I just looked earlier post, and noticed ""party in a civil case could do worse than to say, "Your honor, the defendant chooses as his or her own counsel to represent himself or herself, and if it is appropriate to the court, to make a brief statement, if it is appropriate. [...] The defense does not contest the claims of the plaintiff, and appears before the court from respect. If it may please the court, the defense wishes to stand mute, and defers to the judgment of the court.""
Meh, TNP thinks that seems like a pretty correct course of action.
Then again, I think wearing jockey shorts in a hot springs is inferior to going "GermanEnglish nudist," I suppose, and apparently some maniacs have differing ideas about political dissent the world over, and particular in urban France -- I wouldn't know.
24 Apr 2017 03:59 PM
I suggest you just do one TNP at a time, Jizz. I'll take the first one you posted. Yes, I am generally happy to ignore things that don't have a direct impact on me... but I also have opinions about, and sometimes donate time or money to change or improve, other things even if they don't directly affect me.
TNP has read something by Rudyard Kipling in the past week.
No, not that recently.
TNP is fond of Zane Grey.
No, never read anything by him - I remember he was one of Ike's favorite authors, though.
TNP has been to Zanesville, Ohio.
No, never heard of it. Sounds like buggywhip country to me, but I could be wrong.
TNP likes Ike.