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    It sucks. I want riveting conversations with random strangers on the internet.

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    Don't we all, huh :P how are you then?

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    Bored. Doing some stupid online French course my professor says is mandatory.

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    I hate online classes, especially the Math one I had to take freshman year :/ good luck with it!

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    I actually passed the test at the end (got 95%) before watching any of the videos, but the professor was all like, I will not accept it unless you complete it 100%.

    I just let the videos run in the background.

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    I'm just watching Trainspotting, trying to stave off my depression now that's decided to come back.

    It was really bad this time. I tore and punched things. I just barely stopped myself from kicking my brother in the face. I felt justified when I was in that moment, but looking back on it... it's kinda scary to think about. I don't want to go through that again. So now I'm watching a movie about heroin addicts in Scotland, trying to lock it away.

    Oh, boy, I'm such a fun conversationalist, huh?

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    I watched Pulp Fiction. Best Movie ever after the Godfather.

    I'm so glad my mom forced me to watch old movies. Modern movies seem like crap now.

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    Pulp Fiction isn't old at all, the way I see it. xD It all just depends on the scale we're using at the time, calling things "old", but the way I see it, movies in general are not old. I mean, if we're still in the stage where we can tell different trends in movies seemingly as every decade passes, and movies have been around for something like maybe 10 or 11 decades, then I think it really ought to be thought of as a recent trend.

    Then again, that's all it's ever going to be in our life-times if we stick to that definition. And who's to say the same thing didn't happen in the days when none of us here today existed, and nobody lives to remember them? Maybe there were trends in theater or gladiator fights or African tribal dancing, and history has all kinda blurred it.

    I get side-tracked easily. I'm a bit of a big thinker. :I

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    That's deep. My mom threatened to take away my DS if I didn't watch Pulp Fiction with her. That's why I love my mom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jolene View Post
    That's deep. My mom threatened to take away my DS if I didn't watch Pulp Fiction with her. That's why I love my mom.
    My mom would threaten to take away my DS for watching Pulp Fiction. If I had a DS.

    And yet here I am, watching Trainspotting. I can handle this, Ma. I wish you made it a little easier for me to watch great movies. >:I

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    One day she told me I was too naive about older things, so she forced to watch a bunch of movies that are over 20 years old.

    Plus she explains Family Guy references to me that I won't get. We bond by watching Family Guy. Weird, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt View Post
    I'm just watching Trainspotting, trying to stave off my depression now that's decided to come back.

    It was really bad this time. I tore and punched things. I just barely stopped myself from kicking my brother in the face. I felt justified when I was in that moment, but looking back on it... it's kinda scary to think about. I don't want to go through that again. So now I'm watching a movie about heroin addicts in Scotland, trying to lock it away.

    Oh, boy, I'm such a fun conversationalist, huh?
    I have no idea why you'd watch Trainspotting when your feeling so depressed. VM me if you need someone talk to :) I suffer from depression too, so I know what it's like.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jolene View Post
    I watched Pulp Fiction. Best Movie ever after the Godfather.

    I'm so glad my mom forced me to watch old movies. Modern movies seem like crap now.
    It's fantastic, but I wouldn't even put it in my top ten. Trainspotting, Blade Runner, Toy Story, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, Casino, Goodfellas are all better, in my opinion.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt View Post
    Pulp Fiction isn't old at all, the way I see it. xD It all just depends on the scale we're using at the time, calling things "old", but the way I see it, movies in general are not old. I mean, if we're still in the stage where we can tell different trends in movies seemingly as every decade passes, and movies have been around for something like maybe 10 or 11 decades, then I think it really ought to be thought of as a recent trend.

    Then again, that's all it's ever going to be in our life-times if we stick to that definition. And who's to say the same thing didn't happen in the days when none of us here today existed, and nobody lives to remember them? Maybe there were trends in theater or gladiator fights or African tribal dancing, and history has all kinda blurred it.

    I get side-tracked easily. I'm a bit of a big thinker. :I
    Fucking hell. You see kids, that's why I love this bastard.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jolene View Post
    That's deep. My mom threatened to take away my DS if I didn't watch Pulp Fiction with her. That's why I love my mom.
    My mum screamed at me when I saw it for the first time, saying it'd really disturb my brother, who was 15 at the time. Interestingly Pulp Fiction is my brother's favourite film.

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    Everyone else's parents seem against letting their kids watch Pulp Fiction. I first saw it when I was 16.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jolene View Post
    Everyone else's parents seem against letting their kids watch Pulp Fiction. I first saw it when I was 16.
    I think I saw it around 17. Wasn't too extreme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabfab View Post
    I have no idea why you'd watch Trainspotting when your feeling so depressed. VM me if you need someone talk to :) I suffer from depression too, so I know what it's like.
    I like embracing the really, really dark stuff when I'm depressed. It actually helps me get over it. When it's really bad like today, it just sucks the fun out of anything really enjoyable and innocent. But I do like the more dark side of things to begin with.

    Fucking hell. You see kids, that's why I love this bastard.
    Well, at least someone likes what Asperger's syndrome can do to a guy. :I

    Quote Originally Posted by Jolene View Post
    One day she told me I was too naive about older things, so she forced to watch a bunch of movies that are over 20 years old.

    Plus she explains Family Guy references to me that I won't get. We bond by watching Family Guy. Weird, right?
    Good god. You have the best mom in the freaking world. I can't relate to anybody in my family about much of anything. My brother is a prissy little bitch whom I wish would go away somehow, as much I love my mom anyway we don't really see eye-to-eye on anything, my dad is a pile of ashes, and my grandma... well, she's grandma.

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