Computer, I’m happy you killed yourself.
I’m happy you found everything I saved onto you so completely fulfiling you decided to erase yourself back to factory standards. I’m happy I hate you as much as you fucking hate yourself.
In English the verb goes in the middle of a sentence (I love you), while some languages relegate it to the end (I you love). This may sound preposterous to those not familiar with such a language (German, Hindi, Japanese, among others), but it’s quite common.
In fact, the largest percentage of languages prefer the verb at the end (45%), followed by the middle placement (43%). The remaining 12% of the languages stick the verb out front (Fijian, Irish, etc.).
Like much in a language, there is no particular reason behind these varied placements. A front placement for a verb doesn’t imply that speakers of that language give more importance to the action compared to those who put it at the end. Sometimes things just are.
Walter Krajewski added a new photo.
Congratulations to Kristyn – on her 8th grade graduation! We are so proud of you and we love you! — with Krysten Krajewski.
*or addressing statements sent to Richard.
Q: As a reader or someone who just looks at your posts, being a friend of yours in real life seems unimportant.
A: Seemingly at play in the forest, as a friend, we might linger, begin noticing, measuring time and behaving irrational within a very strict and robotic schedule. Somehow. Afterwards, we’ll watch and stare at people to such an uncomfortable degree it worries them, forcing them into apathetic behaviour in order to cope with everyday life.
Q: You always got these funny picts got any Dice Man- Andy Dice Clay?
Q: You hear any good quotes lately?
Q: What kind of name is Scxhildgen?
A: German, definitely not Mennonite
Any other questions will be answered in a timely matter, because I don’t get very many.
Enjoy this song….