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1 minute ago, philosophin said:

I assume you've experienced the olfactory wonders of dog farts...

Haha Oh yes! My dog farted not long ago, which made me think about animal farts...For some strange reason at that line of thought, I had forgotten that my dog was an animal :P

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11 hours ago, HobbitInHell said:

I wonder what animal farts are like?

Dogs' farts can be nasty.  Not sure of other animals, but dogs can fart with it being sbd (silent but deadly).

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I wonder why people think most apps for the iphone and Android are so wonderful when many of them are superficial and do something often useless and basically unnecessary. 

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3 minutes ago, uncomfortable thoughts said:

I wish I could handle the disturbance my neighbor and 'it's' kid is doing without getting mad and hating. 

I am in the same boat right now.  If I can think of a way I will post.

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5 minutes ago, uncomfortable thoughts said:

It's distressing me.

Formal complaints are already made, twice.

I can only think about some primal retaliation.

 

Me too.  I haven't made any formal complaints (I complained about the former lady living above me and she eventually got evicted) because I don't want my landlord to think that I always complain.  I live in a condo building and the family lives above me, and I figure I should be able to tolerate it.

Actually, I have found small subtle ways to get to them now that I am thinking about it ... nothing dangerous or anything, just stuff like they sleep right above my kitchen/ living room, so when I am awake in the middle of the night, I wash my hair in the sink, and I know the running water wakes them up.  Too many times to be a coincidence now.  Their toddler sleeps above my bedroom (or in the vicinity), so anything loud I'm sure wakes the baby up.  ie, I have metal closet doors I can close fast (makes a lot of noise).  And these aren't really things they can complain about ... I mean sure, they could, but they have no proof what-so-ever, and have never confronted me about anything.  Maybe in time they will, but haven't so far. 

Gotta love my passive aggressive nature I have at times.

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I woke up today hitting my guitar case on the roof.

I live in a 25 floor building, plants are all the same, I sleep and stay at the 'kid's' room.

I don't know what happens there but in the day is someone working or reforming the apartment for about three years, the shit is never ending.

The noisy kid is the couple son's kid, if that make sense but the little sh&t just live up there and I have no idea wtf is going on.

I'm thinking about start "inter calling" next time but this is to pacific, I would just start screaming. It's too cold, once I'm on my feet I will do something I'll eventually regret but will give me the satisfaction.

Unfortunately were the couple sleeps isn't my room, because I would hit that roof all night long. F#ck those people.

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2 hours ago, Rabbit37 said:

I wonder how I've been able to survive this long without a smartphone.

You're not missing much. I just got a smartphone in November, and as I mentioned above, a lot (or even most) of the apps are superficial, redundant or games.

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33 minutes ago, jt07 said:

You're not missing much. I just got a smartphone in November, and as I mentioned above, a lot (or even most) of the apps are superficial, redundant or games.

Mobile functional internet and crossing devices trough cloud account systems is great.

I like taking notes on other platforms and having them integrated with the phone, same goes to integrated browsers between platforms...

Music to plug and play everywhere, customized news feed, shopping cards at least one sort of social media dedicated to my interest  (wine), specialized app for my favorite sport, GPS and why not, I eventually find a game that I enjoy.

Aren't you the person who took Android over iOS? 

Well, you gotta drink the cool aid.

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4 minutes ago, uncomfortable thoughts said:

Mobile functional internet and crossing devices trough cloud account systems is great.

I like taking notes on other platforms and having them integrated with the phone, same goes to integrated browsers between platforms...

Music to plug and play everywhere, customized news feed, shopping cards at least one sort of social media dedicated to my interest  (wine), specialized app for my favorite sport, GPS and why not, I eventually find a game that I enjoy.

Aren't you the person who took Android over iOS? 

Well, you gotta drink the cool aid.

I'm paranoid enough that I don't want any of my personal information "in the cloud." I honestly believe that people don't realize just how much privacy they are potentially giving up with this cloud crap. I don't even want my personal music in the cloud because that is the key to my psychology.

Sorry ... no.

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27 minutes ago, jt07 said:

I'm paranoid enough that I don't want any of my personal information "in the cloud." I honestly believe that people don't realize just how much privacy they are potentially giving up with this cloud crap. I don't even want my personal music in the cloud because that is the key to my psychology.

Sorry ... no.

You leave footprints everywhere so why not enjoy while you're at it.

Internet just gives you a false sense of anonymity but you are just gathering data as anyone else.

 

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