studentSarah wrote:Jaysen wrote:Any comparison to you personally depends on how often your knickers are lobbed.
Ah, Jaysen I have apparently misled you - to the best of my knowledge, my knickers have never been lobbed. At least not by me.
Vic-k will be disappointed…
studentSarah wrote:Jaysen wrote:one could consider you a semi-frequent lobber of glyph-nickers. A lobber with superb style, but a lobber nonetheless.
Now that is a great compliment, I think, so thank you.
Received as intended
studentSarah wrote:Music intrigues me because I think it's fascination is probably evolutionary in some way, though for me I often find that what hooks me is a very mood-dependent thing: what blisses me out one day can irritate me the next.
As a creationist who believes in "in species evolution" I believe there is much to support both your statements. I would wrap them into a single statement similar to
really irritating person who is typing this message wrote:Evolution seems to suggest that language center development culminates in the ability to express and associate emotions with structured, multi-phonic and poly-rhythmic, arrangements.
Let's see how long it takes to start a fight over that!
studentSarah wrote:I think I am loved. OK, I know I am. But I do have to knit my own stuffJaysen wrote:Darn you Sarah, see what you did? Made me get all philosophical.
Not a bad thing, surely? To meditate on the fact that you are loved probably prompted you to remind those that love you, that you love them too - and I know that can't be a bad thing.
You don't have any kids, do you? Otherwise you would know just how bad it can be…