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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: RAGE
vertical line Posted on Feb.25.2007 @ 03:48PM EDT by free1500
Ever get that "I want to kill that person" feeling. That, clenched fist, teeth clenced. I want to see their bloob on my knuckles? I better settle down, my poodle just slunked past, felt my vibes.
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Reply from Woodsman
Feb.25.2007
04:26PM EDT 
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vertical line darts, and a board, double starts the game, from 300, you first...
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Reply from free1500
Feb.25.2007
11:29PM EDT 
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Quote: "darts, and a board, double starts the game, from 300, you first... "
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Do you know how to extract a poodle from a dart board.

Oh! by the way what is it worth,  poodle in the bulleye?

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Reply from ZenTurtle
Feb.26.2007
02:53AM EDT 
vertical line Stephen Colbert said that; "Rage is just angry joy!"



and I'm not sure but I think a poodle is still worth more in the triple 20.
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Reply from lehish
Feb.26.2007
03:35AM EDT 
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Reply from Woodsman
Feb.26.2007
09:43AM EDT 
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vertical line Poodle in the bullseye is 50, but to start the game you have to aim at a red double 20. You can then explain you blood lust to the poodle, and he can explain to you how it felt to be used as a dart, if you really want him to, if you can hear that is, and that is no question, nor is the original nature you own, like your starving poodle. Now, shall I get into the Nirvana toss? Let's not rush, feed the dog, then yourself... the animal is you is crowing loud.
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Reply from Lynnoh
Feb.26.2007
01:56PM EDT 
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vertical line brrrr
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Reply from Woodsman
Feb.26.2007
02:05PM EDT 
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vertical line Now, to see the other as Self. That is the only question worth living.
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Reply from Lynnoh
Feb.26.2007
02:08PM EDT 
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vertical line we don't live alone
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Reply from ZenTurtle
Feb.26.2007
05:22PM EDT 
vertical line "we don't live alone"

Oh yes, I'm quite aware of this. Especially when my cat whines at me at obscene hours of the morning to let her outside.

I don't suppose she sees the other as self.
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Reply from Woodsman
Feb.26.2007
06:11PM EDT 
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vertical line All voice calls the other to Self. Every sound contains the seeds of Self realization.
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Reply from free1500
Feb.27.2007
12:58AM EDT 
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Quote: ""we don't live alone"

Oh yes, I'm quite aware of this. Especially when my cat whines at me at obscene hours of the morning to let her outside.

I don't suppose she sees the other as self.
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That cat might need the dart board treatment? 

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Reply from free1500
Feb.27.2007
12:59AM EDT 
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vertical line So no-one experiences rage. That I want to kill type of rage?
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Reply from stephen
Feb.27.2007
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vertical line When you rage, rage hard. Rage as long as you can. You can not do it very long. When it it over ,let it be over. MU
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Reply from whatzen
Feb.27.2007
10:11AM EDT 
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Quote: "So no-one experiences rage. That I want to kill type of rage?"
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Oh yes, I have. Red-tunnel uncontrollable. It's a sad thing to see someone fear such rage coming out.

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Reply from Woodsman
Feb.27.2007
10:14AM EDT 
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vertical line Nobody wants to hear about my Nirvana toss!!!???

All better... where was I?
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Reply from Lynnoh
Feb.27.2007
02:50PM EDT 
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Quote: ""we don't live alone"

Oh yes, I'm quite aware of this. Especially when my cat whines at me at obscene hours of the morning to let her outside.

I don't suppose she sees the other as self.
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gee...do you live my building?....meowowowowowowowow...... all day long.

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Reply from ______
Mar.01.2007
05:58AM EDT 
vertical line "bloob"?

A clenched fist used to be an open hand but you can shout and rant and punch at me if you like.
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Reply from ZenTurtle
Mar.01.2007
07:56AM EDT 
vertical line Awww, my cat is a really sweet creature. She just really likes to be outside. At least I don't have to clean a litterbox.


As for the 'I want to kill' type of rage. Yes I do experience that. In fact I'm feeling quite patricidal lately.
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Reply from whatzen
Mar.01.2007
10:30AM EDT 
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vertical line Shittin outside, its all the rage these days, in the cat world.
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Reply from Lynnoh
Mar.01.2007
01:03PM EDT 
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vertical line Jasmine...the neighbors cat is Jasmine
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Reply from whatzen
Mar.01.2007
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vertical line Jasmine flowers are human catnip.
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Reply from Lynnoh
Mar.03.2007
02:40PM EDT 
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Quote: "Jasmine flowers are human catnip."
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meow.

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Reply from Lynnoh
Mar.03.2007
02:41PM EDT 
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vertical line smells more like paint
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Mar.03.2007
03:52PM EDT 
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Quote: "smells more like paint"
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Hey, whatever revs your motor!

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Reply from Kyanite
Mar.04.2007
11:32AM EDT 
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vertical line I think that when it comes to Rage, you have to look it right in the face and really ask it why it is so angry.  Listen to it, be kind to it.  I think that when I slow down to listen to it, my Rage goes away.   Dont ignore it.
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Reply from Lynnoh
Mar.04.2007
02:27PM EDT 
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vertical line just what I smelled is all
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Reply from Woodsman
Mar.04.2007
04:07PM EDT 
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vertical line Rage is a form of desperation. And in being that, being in that state, one has to, can look through it, as in any delusion. Whether one is tired of that sense of meaning, what control it seems to convey as authority over weakness, determines the duration. One first has to admit to a feeling, a feeing of helplessness. Society does not reward helplessness, or real honesty, because it would prove that humans are more, than just animals, and less than gods, and not being comfortable with change, is the first step of awakening in all of us.
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Reply from ______
Mar.04.2007
04:52PM EDT 
vertical line Anger/rage is a destructive emotion related to hatred - inner noise, born of the illusion of separateness. The temptation is to become stuck in that negative emotion making reconciliation with oneself or with others very difficult. Accepting and befriending this 'enemy' involves listening to what the anger is saying about unsatisfied needs. There may be liberation in the paradox of expressing anger with love, the centre which lies beyond our perceived need to hurt others and ourselves, where forgiveness lives.
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Reply from Lynnoh
Mar.05.2007
11:01AM EDT 
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vertical line could anger be like going into a stream and not expecting the cold water.... the more inside the more uncomfortable.... like a noise... a vibration that feels uncomfortable... something like that?
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Reply from Lynnoh
Mar.05.2007
11:02AM EDT 
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vertical line wow... and now I see the "brrrrr"
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Reply from Lynnoh
Mar.05.2007
11:03AM EDT 
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vertical line hmmm interesting
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Reply from Woodsman
Mar.09.2007
10:48PM EDT 
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vertical line Indifference is the worst err.
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Reply from Lynnoh
Mar.10.2007
11:33AM EDT 
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vertical line hmmmm
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Reply from Lynnoh
Mar.11.2007
05:58PM EDT 
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Reply from Woodsman
Mar.11.2007
10:16PM EDT 
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vertical line ah her err
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Reply from Woodsman
Mar.11.2007
10:35PM EDT 
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vertical line Ah him err!

just a hairball
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