Communication #19403526 ALPHA PRIORITY
To ALL sapients employing humans as crew: READ THIS IMMEDIATELY.
To ALL sapients transporting humans as passengers: POST THIS ON ALL PERTINENT INFORMATION BOARDS.
In all cases, ensure that your crew is familiar with the contents of this communication. THIS IS IMPERATIVE.
Part 1: Humans and 'sleep'
Members of the sapient species self-identified as 'human' have a requirement to spend a certain amount of time in an unconscious, semi-vegetative state. This is similar to the biannual hibernation of the H'Groth, except that it takes place on a daily basis, taking up a significant fraction of any single day/night cycle.
THIS IS NOT NEGOTIABLE.
Suggestions that humans 'just think' they need to sleep and if they 'really tried' they could get over it have been met (by humans) with every response from wordless incredulity through manic laughter (research 'laughter' if you are unfamiliar with the concept) all the way to actual physical violence... keep reading on reddit ➡
I am new here, and just recently joined which I hope is a good choice and I hope I can put those tenents into practice, may help me let go of some anger and stuff from the past, anyways finding out about this has really made me want to get more involved with TST. But I just think it would be really funny if there were some satanic pamphlets we could get, so if christians try to pass their pamphlets to us...we could respond with 'well not so sure about your religion,...would you like to learn about mine'? and pass out a satanic pamphlet. LIke not just to random people, but like if a christian wants to pass their pamphlet why shouldn't we have some of our own to respond with.
I hope that is not too forward or anything, I just think that would be really funny. LIke when a christian presents you with a pamphlet you could say, you know I am actually a satanist would you like to learn more about my religion and pass them a pamphlet. So then maybe they can feel the uncomfortable predicam... keep reading on reddit ➡
I'm due to fly to Vietnam on Monday for 2 weeks. A friend already in Hoi An said someone walked in to his restaurant, handed out a notice saying they had to close and left for the next spot. I was really hoping to still go travelling, but there isn't much point if I can't eat.
Is this happening elsewhere? I don't see anything online about it.
Edit: put away your pitchforks everyone, my trip is now cancelled. This was the only time I could go in the next year, and the ticket was a once off. Not going to Vietnam doesn't mean I go back to work, so it was either go now or don't go at all.
People are already agitated about the expenses. Why not use that. It is agit-prop, no?
On my campus I’ve been noticing a lot of recruiting propaganda and recruiters on campus. I’ve been trying to tear them all down that I see and stop them from targeting in debt students that need money. Is there anything else I can do to help?
Should I put up posters of my own? Just need some advice.
We haven’t had a discussion on religion in awhile. I left the CoC 4 years ago. I couldn’t walk away from my faith completely but I knew there had to be more to faith/Jesus than all the rules and ultimatums.
I got married last year, moved to a city a few hours away and joined a non-denominational church. Some (few) differences between the CoC and my new church has instrumental worship music and women are allowed to have an opinion and be included in decisions for the church.
Its been years and I justttt started releasing the guilt from leaving the CoC and trying to embrace my new faith fully. I still carry a lot of anxiety from leaving the harsh black/white faith of the CoC.
I know my dad means well, but I know if I read this pamphlet all my doubts & insecurities will come flooding back.
How do you just stop believing in CoC ideologies? It’s so hard because when you’ve been raised in the CoC you read scripture from their mindset. It’s just hard to not feel convicted reading C... keep reading on reddit ➡
A pair of Jehova's Witnesses came to my door just a few moments ago. They were nice people, and they handed me a pamphlet, with was a single paper folded in half with information about how to end suffering and such. I took the pamphlet and said "Oh, thanks! This is perfect for wrapping my joints with. I appreciate it!" And started to close the door. Before it closed, I heard the older one, who was clearly the mentor to the younger one, say "Are you kidding me?"
Look, I get it. Go out and make everyone Christian thing. I used to be Nazarene and they're big on the whole missionary thing but whenever you just drop pamphlets all over a normally clean department, that's just litter. Does anyone think that someone who's like a hardline atheist picks up a pamphlet that basically says "repent or go to hell" and suddenly goes "o crap, I need to go to church and stop this horrible fate!"
I think whats worse is this is basically the slacktivism of missionary work. Some people go overseas and build schools. Some people run soup kitchens or rehab clinics, you leave cheap pamphlets all over the place that other people have to clean up and give an extreme TL;DR of how the crucification story went. Just stop it.
So my grandmother, a old: conservative, religious, 67 years old woman decided to visit us and, by the way, give me a "present". In this "present" were a bunch of religious pamphlets, I accepted it not too impressed and my parents asked "What's wrong?". I was too quick to remind her, and my whole family that I'm a atheist, that made them angry but they just responded "It will be too impolite to refuse such present, besides a bit of education didn't hurt anyone.". I just got to my room and tossed the "present" on the bed. After some hours my grandmother comes back and started insisting I read them in front of her. I do with a clearly anoyed voice. After she leaved I got to my house's boiler and toss them into the fire.
Moral: If you force someone into believing something you will get only their distrust and annoyance.
Edit: Sry if I did some mistakes, English isn't my native language.
This ain’t a meme I’ll do an update photo on Wednesday
Almost everything is around $500-$1000. Obviously the ones relating to explosive ammo and arrows are the most worth it to me, and they’re the only ones I ever purchased without regret. But am I missing out on anything in particular with the others?
It is our evangelical duty to bring people to God- by any means necessary.
I’m low key afraid people gon think I’m a school shooter
The title explains pretty much everything, but basically the hours for my tutoring job on-campus are super limited and now I'm too broke for weed lol
Sorry if this is the wrong sub, if anyone has other suggestions on where to post this it would be greatly appreciated.
I'm level 163 and am ashamed to say that I've neglected the pamphlets for so long, but I just haven't ever really found a need for them. I'm primarily a solo player that does PVE / role activities. Rarely do I participate in PVP unless someone decides to pick a fight with me, then I'll fight back.
I'd like to get some opinions on which pamphlets are worth their ridiculous asking price. I've read numerous posts asking about specific ones, but haven't really got a good feel for some of the more uncommon ones.
This is my typical setup:
|Pamphlet||Price||Notes (Will update as needed)|
|Small Game Arrow||350||I typically use my Varmint for small game, but could see the a|
I wasn't planning on posting this today, but I'm doing a no masturbation day and I'm slowly dying inside, breaking down, and ready to give up and cry myself to sleep, soooo I decided to post instead.
As I mentioned in my last post (if you happened to read it) the other week while waiting for my bishop I found a Chastity pamphlet that like the elders pass out. It was quite interesting to read. It was basic, but I'm a basic kind of guy, I'm not particularly learned in the gospel and quite thick in general, so it was nice to just have it laid all out. Too often in the church chastity is beat around the bush, "don't do things that will arise passions in you", like what? Just say "don't masturbate". I think in general this age group needs things laid out more, we're reverting back to the people of Moses, we need the previously law all written out for us. I don't know.
Anyway, I recommend reading it when you get some time, and just look at all those nice happy families, they're living... keep reading on reddit ➡
Can a public school promote a Christian summer camp? I don't think so.
Side effects include:
-Texting your exs
-Having your license suspended
-Physical and emotional abuse
-Loss of important relationships
-Being out of shape
-Disappointing everyone around you
Anyone else got some?