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Get to know your SMBCers!

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So, I also did not see this topic, but do we have a topic where we tell about ourselves? Or give a bio? If so, point me in the direction and get ready for more of my hilarious antics.
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Sorry, myspace is that way. >>>>>>>>>>


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On one hand, one might say calling something hilarious nullified the hilariousity of said noun or verb. However, if your antics were truely hilarious, then would your validity be more valid then a random commentor on the situation?

What is required of anything to have a quality as vague as hilarity? What does hilarity even begin to mean? Is the hilarity an essence of the thing itself, which, when executed correctly, achieves the full potential of said action? Or is it how others see it, which in turn cannot be verified by itself? Perhaps everything is hilarious, and in turn, some things have simply not reached the status of hilarity for some contrived reason? And if this were true, that everything and anything could be hilarious, then what is the point of saying something is, in fact, hilarious, when anything can be if done correctly? Is it simply acknowledgement that something is hilarious? If so, then are we not brought back to what makes something hilarious, even if everything is, or even whether or not ANYTHING can be hilarious?

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AHMETxRock wrote:On one hand, one might say calling something hilarious nullified the hilariousity of said noun or verb. However, if your antics were truely hilarious, then would your validity be more valid then a random commentor on the situation?

What is required of anything to have a quality as vague as hilarity? What does hilarity even begin to mean? Is the hilarity an essence of the thing itself, which, when executed correctly, achieves the full potential of said action? Or is it how others see it, which in turn cannot be verified by itself? Perhaps everything is hilarious, and in turn, some things have simply not reached the status of hilarity for some contrived reason? And if this were true, that everything and anything could be hilarious, then what is the point of saying something is, in fact, hilarious, when anything can be if done correctly? Is it simply acknowledgement that something is hilarious? If so, then are we not brought back to what makes something hilarious, even if everything is, or even whether or not ANYTHING can be hilarious?

MY GOODNESS I LIKE PIE.

This is my bio.
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Hmm. I just took out my contacts and can barely see, so I'm going to assume that you are using big words to talk about how awesome I am. I like you. Just to make sure, let me read one of your sentences.
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You like pie too? Awesome.
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You are welcome.
An actual bio, huh? How much should a person invest in one of these, when they are written by themselves? I don't see it important enough to get feedback before attempting it, but I am also fearful of the feedback I should get afterwards.

Eh.
I'm 18, muslim, incredible cool, and very liberal and conservative. I know it doesn't make sense in words, but words are only an imperfect method attempting to express the ultimate perfection I contain with me.
I'm a funny guy, and against all odds became popular by sheer will.
I used to draw alot as a kid, and now wish I had kept it up.
I'm too smart for my own damn good, and even lazier.

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Oh...oh god...pretentious meter...off the charts. ERROR ERROR

Anyways, I'm 18, a soon-to-be second semester freshman in college, and I live in south Florida.
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Nice.

Where to start....oh yeah, the beginning.

The name is Adam, but I've gone by Kidd on any internet posting ever since Suikoden III (Detective Kidd FTW (for some reason)). I live in a bedroom community in South Carolina, I'm a grocery manager at a Piggly Wiggly, I got to college at a small tech school where I'm looking to get an associates in Computer Technology with Emphasis on Programming and a Certificate in Network Administration. I'm not really the brightest person ever, but I have a weird ability to retain knowledge, so it all balances out. I'm also 19 and still live with my parents. I'm a vegetarian, a lover of music, video games, and a staunch supporter of To Write Love On Her Arms.


Also, I fucking love football.
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alright, fine here goes. I'm 26. I'm married. I live in my awesome condo in the seattle suburbs and I'm an electrochemist... corrosion consultant... rust buster.

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Divulge personal information?

I'm 26, living in Hamilton, Ontario in a basement apartment with a long-time friend. Chronically single, though often of my own volition (basically, I'm occasionally too dumb to make a move, or I'm too smart to get into what I see as being an ultimately messy situation).
I graduated 2 years ago with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Religion. Despite continuous job search I have been unable to find meaningful work in my field (and about to look for non-meaningful work in my field...) and current slug boxes at my local Walmart as an unloader.
Sounds miserable? It is. Kind of. Good friends and some people I can really laugh with make up for a good portion of that.

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I'm 26 and I moderate the SMBC forum.... I'd cry, but ahmet came along so suddenly I feel pretty again, if only by comparison.
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Unemployed, and too lazy to look for casual work
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Sahan wrote:17
West Australian
Just finished High School, Hoping to get into an Engineering/Science degree at uni.
Fails terribly at attempting to start relationships
Unemployed, and too lazy to look for casual work
Web-comic addict.
Perth? *looks at location* ah cool. I'm a melbournian
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Isn't Simon.'s brother in games programming at some Aussie college?
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Lethal Interjection wrote:Divulge personal information?
slug boxes at my local Walmart as an unloader.
Is that the same thing as a stocker? If so, finally, someone I have something in common with! What's your average case count? What is the normal size of your perishable truck? What blocking scheme do you guys use? Two high? Fronts? Or maybe even the crowd pleaser, the Inventory Push? Oh, I'm as giddy as a schoolgirl losing her inhibition after a few shots and agreeing to do girls gone wild, only to later claim she didn't want to do it and begin a long, drug out court battle in which she will ultimately win, but at what price? AT WHAT PRICE?


Oh, yeah, another two facts about me:
1- I have the most ridiculous trains of thought ever. For example, today, I was at a store buying a pack of cigarettes and the lady gave me a slip of paper to sign since she ran it as credit. As usual, I used an alias because one day it may come in handy, and I flippantly wrote down "Mike Litoris" and continued on with my purchase. After getting home, I began to give this poorly-named sap a backstory. Mike, a recent home buyer, lost most of his retirement and 401(k) in the struggling economy, and has yet to tell his wife, Nancy. She's living the high life, since her husband is a business owner as well, and doesn't realize that they're far behind on their bills, the car is going to be repossessed and all he can think about is "Why didn't I marry my high school sweetheart, Jenny? She wasn't some gold digger, she genuinely loved me. I mean, who cares if she only had one good leg and drooled occasionally, at least she knew how to cheer me up". In High School, Mike had suffered from bouts of depression, and he would always go to Jenny for support............

And it drags on. For hours. I am not sure if this is a good thing or not. Probably not.

2- My official Job Title at work is "Lead Stocker/Smile Manager/Head Stocker/Head Bagger/Bagger Trainer/Cashier Trainer/Front End Specialist (although I'm more of a back-end kinda guy, if you catch my innuendo-laden drift)/Co-Produce Manager/Bookkeeper/Frozen Food And Dairy Manager" I found this out last week when we were going over some evaluation papers and they printed off my employee record. Rather than changing my title each time I got a promotion, they added to it. I don't know if this is interesting (it isn't) but it's a fact nonetheless.
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