Cloud Kicker (critialcloudkicker)

  1. Today I learned that I am technically allowed to apprehend people who are walking around with a spoon. Why a spoon ? Drug paraphernalia. It does not matter if they are actually carrying Heroin or Opium.

    The law is funny...

    about an hour ago from web
  2. @thelastgherkin Now that is what I am saying, do you really need to be more pent up at that point ?

    about 3 hours ago from web in context
  3. @thelastgherkin Actually I think a "the bone zone concenssus" is more a "do you agree with my willingness to take you to rigorous bedtime activities?" thing than a "so we both agree that in the future will hold plowing of some description". Since a suit-wearing concenssus to the bone-zone sounds like watching Downton Abbey when you are really REALLY horny... Everyone knows that is when you take a cold shower

    about 4 hours ago from MuSTArDroid in context
  4. @tiffany ConSenSus ? ... 2s's

    about 4 hours ago from MuSTArDroid in context
  5. The word "concensus" can be used when both sides of an arguement agree on something, right ?

    about 5 hours ago from web in context
  6. @thelastgherkin Lie in a bathtub while you shower yourself with action figures like some weird Scrooge McDuck ?

    about 11 hours ago from web in context
  7. The NSP leader has told Cameron that they are an European country, and prefer to stay an European country. * number of reasons * We prefer to are in an outward looking nation rather than a diminished little brittain... This was about an hour ago, and I must say, almost exactly like what I thought was going to be said was indeed vocalized.

    about 12 hours ago from web
  8. Dear clickbaity articles . Look at this , I deliberately made a screenshot and put it on imgur since you are not deserving of my clicks. Look at it ! That is a picture of the Nintendo NX fake reveal ( , read the update part ) of about roughly a month ago ! If you want my clicks, you have to work for it.

    about 2 days ago from web
  9. Soo... what if you ordered something off of Humble Bundle and ordered physical goods, but recieved 2 instead of 1 of those physical goods. ... Should I even notify them of this at this point ? They seemingly have been thrown to death by the very same message at this point.

    about 2 days ago from web in context
  10. @thelastgherkin Feminist TV show ?

    about 2 days ago from web in context
  11. @mrmattimation Zero Humidity, like in Death Valley. That bloody hurts man, and Death Valley isn't even really zero humidity. Your eyes and mouth will dry out extremely fast, and if you are really unlucky you can even start having respiratory problems.

    Go on, you make California sound awesome :+

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  12. @tiffany But California knows how to party... ... ... In hindsight, not sure if that is a good thing

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  13. @tiffany And some people are blind. And if you manage to mobilize the blind, then you have a flock.

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  14. @tiffany At other times you think you are backed by all the logic in the world and it turns out that you forgot to take into account something that undermines more than half of your arguement.

    And this is why I find debate clubs so funny. You get assigned a random thing to be either for or against, and then you suddenly have someone from Russia and one person from Lithuania discussing something like the NSA and the spying on cityzens, of which you can clearly see they both know nothing about.

    Meanwhile on social media you would have no idea of the agenda of that particular person.

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  15. @tiffany Hey, it helps you and it helps me. double win. Also I am guilty of doing the same thing from time to time.

    Heck, sometimes I just start typing something in a text-processor to jolt down what I really think about something and turns out I was sort of barking up the wrong tree, or up the right tree with the wrong barks. But it always helps to organize my mind on {topic}.

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  16. @tiffany Hmmyeah, I really think that you can blame things like Social Media and Social Justice for the perversion of things like politics and justice. But I have my own reasons and experience as to why ( aswell as a few from my friends abroad ). I guess the collective dawn of the internet as a whole might have something to do with it actually. We should probably grant it time to become stabilized. Logic will hopefully prevail eventually

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  17. @tiffany Yeah, I'd award you an achievement for that actually. Well done, I do not think I would be able to concentrate it like that.

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  18. @tiffany Oh, yeah, I heard about UKIP, Not only because it somewhat transates to "you chicken" in Dutch but also on some semi-underground 9-gag sites comparing their members and banners to some very well known German ultranationals.

    Now I am not sure whether it is because I am growing up and starting to look for it, or politics are starting to become crazier and crazier on a planetary scale.

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  19. @tiffany Wait, how does voting yes on Brexit get rid of Muslims ? I see how it would stop the intake, but those already in would not simply disappear like some magicians smoke trick.

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  20. @hfaust *clicks* That is not little... ... ... And now I am reminded of [img]

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  21. @tiffany "Who wants a recount" was a butchering of the song "who let the dogs out" a couple of years ago when there was a lot of noize surrounding fraudulent votes in the states. I probably was not really clear when I said that, my appologies.

    I do not think that you should "stick to a collectively made choice" at all. However I do think that what has happened should be taken into account. In this instance, if what you say is true, that you were lied to by manipulative buckets of snot and hatred, and still only managed to get about a 52% of Great Brittain to actually vote in favour of leaving the EU. That should tell the whole story then, doesn't it ?

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  22. @mrmattimation All praise Matt for turning Brexit into a lost episode of Fawlty Towers

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  23. @tiffany Yes :)

    However, that does not mean you shouldn't pressure the noses of your politicians back into this referendum and all the "who wants a recount !"-ism's that come with it. Even if just to show that age-group 18-25 and possibly 25-32 is way more involved with this topic than other age groups, and age group 18-25 did primarily vote in favour of the EU

    ( I can't remember the actual age groups in that result thingie I saw, but it hardly matters in this context )

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  24. @tiffany Oh ohkay. In this case I actually think that people want a democracy so their collective interests can be pursued. Things like a thriving economy, stability, and safery on the forefront. If that meant that I would have to stay in Europe so that Scotland does not leave in order to ( partially ) secure abeforementioned. Yes I'd stay in Europe. But I do not have all the figures, so my view might be scewed.

    Such as, you might not need Scotland at all for those things, that would be a big game-changer.

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  25. @tiffany Even if they did nothing but learn that the referendum was not valuable, then you learned that having a referendum is not a good idea. Now I do not know what is going on in the heads of Brittish Politicians ( and frankly my head hurts trying to read some articles... poppa pig... ) but... yeah lets go hold a new referendum because it turned out to have such valuable results :+

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  26. @tiffany Now you are putting words in my mouth.

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  27. @tiffany I do not have any real figures, but it was about Euro according to sources I heard. Which kinda makes sense as the Scottish Independance referendum did cost Pounds more than estimated.

    And yes "the country has spoken". You would be stupid to just ignore the results of something that did cost so much money. The least you can learn involves something about how people are coerced into voting for something only to regret it the next day, leading into talks of a new referendum.

    Ergo, The first referendum was valuable, but possibly did not have the value that people who wanted it were looking for.

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  28. @tiffany Does it ? Even with a possible outlook that the remainder of Great Brittain will lose tons of raw materials & oil, the workforce associated with that ( losing valuable work expertise for instance ), general stability. Oh and you would need to build new nuclear missile deposits.

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  29. @mrmattimation Not where it was, but more how yellow it was.

    about 3 days ago from web in context
  30. @tiffany I see where you are coming from. But I was not talking about a "you made your bed, now lie in it" scenario. I know all too well how the common man can be forked over completely by people with political power. No, what I meant was is that I think the referendum results were too close to really say anything. Also there is the thing about the age-gap to vote ratio.

    Anyway, the country has spoken, and now it is up to the politicians to do something with it. Just flatout throwing money at the problem in the form of a new referendum might not be the smartest thing to do. At any rate, I hope it will work out well.

    about 3 days ago from web in context


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