Dan Boone wrote:Paul I love that pic and caption you posted. It's just such an out-of-left field slap! I even went and looked at the post you took it from, there's no more context there. Just somebody who obviously doesn't like your style and used their blog to share that sort of randomly with the world.
William Bronson wrote: Lovely post!
I would like to urge you to unleash your true nature upon these gatherings. You are certain to be thought provoking to the thoughtfull and probably just provoke everyone else,but no one is likely to die either way,and more fun will be had.
Like overalls, your true nature will shield you from boring people and them from you!
To further the theory of Wheaton's law of subjective crazy I propose that crazy is actually a continuum just like space and time.
Sam Billings wrote: Paul, I would love to hear a bit more about your conversations leading people not to compost. I am guessing you try to get people away from it because they are often doing it poorly and breeding pathogens?
I don't see it as art anymore. I think tattoos have become a social lubricant that helps the person gain acceptance amongst like minded people.
paul wheaton wrote:
Dan Boone wrote:Just somebody who obviously doesn't like your style and used their blog to share that sort of randomly with the world.
That guy is a permie and has done a lot for the empire.
This is one of my all time favorite pics. And it is the wording that goes with it that makes it fun (for me).
That question, along with 'How are you?' always make me cringe and feel as though I am being put on the spot.
Best response I ever heard to the horrible "So, what do you do?" My friend always answered "About what?"