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Re: xXLink2000Xx
« Reply #30 on: February 25, 2019, 08:36:11 PM »
Stop fucking replying holy shit hes not getting unbanned and talk in pm's not my fault alpha is mad at zs for shit talking while he easily does the same
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« Reply #31 on: February 26, 2019, 02:54:32 PM »
Calls my life completely useless and insignificant, yet sits on a block game forums all day shit-talking kids under the age of 16, when he's 20.

I have no idea what your personal life is like, the facts are, on paper your life is nothing and has no potential to be anything compared to mine. Your life is but a small candle compared to my massive bonfire. I am twenty, you are sixteen, although you now claim to be under the age of sixteen. Sitting on these forums "all day" is quite a stretch of the imagination as I usually check them maybe once or twice a day for no more than a few minutes each time. I enjoy coming here and engaging in the community that raised me over the years. I believe I have earned the right to do so, as explained in my previous post.

I also get a bizarre impression, that you're an incompetent, unsuccessful, no-life imbecile, who acts like he's tough shit when in reality, nobody knows him outside of a computer.

I find your use of the phrase, "bizarre impression" very amusing as you must have read it in my response and decided to use it as your own to provide yourself the illusion of intelligence. My chart has shown that I am exactly the opposite of incompetent and unsuccessful actually. I even provided a link for you in the event you were unsure of the meaning of the word incompetent. A no-life imbecile, I also have proven that I live and have always lived quite a full fast-paced life, as far as imbecile goes, we will see about that in the next quote where I will provide a bit of proof. I act like tough shit, because I quite literally am tough shit. Nobody knows me outside of a computer? I assure you my time in front of my personal computer monitor hovers around the 0 to 2 hours per day on average mark. I am very well known and highly respected in my real-life local communities, something you more than likely know nothing about. I interact with other humans on a daily basis in my roles as; A specialist in the United States Army, a team-leader in the Military Police Corps, an after-school enrichment K-12 teacher and a leader of many local community service out-reach programs.

Kind of sad how you claimed you scored almost a perfect score on the ACT at the age of 16.

Kind of sad how defensive and insecure you get over somebody being vastly more intelligent than you at your current age. You should look not to tear people down over their achievements. Instead you should look to build yourself up to surpass their achievements with your own.

Getting married at 20 shows your level of immaturity as well, you're way too young to be married, and you'll most likely be divorced by the age of 25 if you're as immature as I think you are.
Oh yes I can imagine you are quite the judge of immaturity levels, you the mighty ttthorne, master of the Minecraft Community Prison forums.
http://forums.cdgs.net/index.php/topic,5346.0.html - Toxic ban appeal
http://forums.cdgs.net/index.php/topic,6130.0.html - Recent show of immaturity
http://forums.cdgs.net/index.php/topic,4639.msg26803.html - Toxic ban appeal
https://imgur.com/a/th4nK - Extreme toxic in-game behavior

I am way too young to be married. That is the opinion of a sixteen year old Minecraft player whose less than favorable character has been fleshed out above. I am 20 years old as of Thanksgiving, my fiance is 24 years old, will be 25 years this weekend. It was not as if her or I chose to be married at the ages we are currently. When true love knocks at your door and you are both on the same chapter of your individual books of life, the chapter in which your stories become identical, it is each of your duties to seize that happiness and live your lives together, as one, as they were meant to be lived. One day when you get that opportunity, that feeling, whether it be when you are 16 or 61 years old, you will know exactly what I am talking about. We do not choose our age when we find true love, that happens on its own. We can choose, however, if we take, or miss, that beautiful once in a life time opportunity.

In conclusion, fuck off.
In conclusion,  I hope you turn your life around and be the best you, you can be, because as my favorite author to quote once so eloquently put:
"Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive that is youer than you!" -Dr. Seuss
Remember it is more fruitful to build yourself up to match and exceed others, than to tear others down to your level.


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Re: xXLink2000Xx
« Reply #32 on: February 26, 2019, 08:05:59 PM »
Calls my life completely useless and insignificant, yet sits on a block game forums all day shit-talking kids under the age of 16, when he's 20.

I have no idea what your personal life is like, the facts are, on paper your life is nothing and has no potential to be anything compared to mine. Your life is but a small candle compared to my massive bonfire. I am twenty, you are sixteen, although you now claim to be under the age of sixteen. Sitting on these forums "all day" is quite a stretch of the imagination as I usually check them maybe once or twice a day for no more than a few minutes each time. I enjoy coming here and engaging in the community that raised me over the years. I believe I have earned the right to do so, as explained in my previous post.

I also get a bizarre impression, that you're an incompetent, unsuccessful, no-life imbecile, who acts like he's tough shit when in reality, nobody knows him outside of a computer.

I find your use of the phrase, "bizarre impression" very amusing as you must have read it in my response and decided to use it as your own to provide yourself the illusion of intelligence. My chart has shown that I am exactly the opposite of incompetent and unsuccessful actually. I even provided a link for you in the event you were unsure of the meaning of the word incompetent. A no-life imbecile, I also have proven that I live and have always lived quite a full fast-paced life, as far as imbecile goes, we will see about that in the next quote where I will provide a bit of proof. I act like tough shit, because I quite literally am tough shit. Nobody knows me outside of a computer? I assure you my time in front of my personal computer monitor hovers around the 0 to 2 hours per day on average mark. I am very well known and highly respected in my real-life local communities, something you more than likely know nothing about. I interact with other humans on a daily basis in my roles as; A specialist in the United States Army, a team-leader in the Military Police Corps, an after-school enrichment K-12 teacher and a leader of many local community service out-reach programs.

Kind of sad how you claimed you scored almost a perfect score on the ACT at the age of 16.

Kind of sad how defensive and insecure you get over somebody being vastly more intelligent than you at your current age. You should look not to tear people down over their achievements. Instead you should look to build yourself up to surpass their achievements with your own.

Getting married at 20 shows your level of immaturity as well, you're way too young to be married, and you'll most likely be divorced by the age of 25 if you're as immature as I think you are.
Oh yes I can imagine you are quite the judge of immaturity levels, you the mighty ttthorne, master of the Minecraft Community Prison forums.
http://forums.cdgs.net/index.php/topic,5346.0.html - Toxic ban appeal
http://forums.cdgs.net/index.php/topic,6130.0.html - Recent show of immaturity
http://forums.cdgs.net/index.php/topic,4639.msg26803.html - Toxic ban appeal
https://imgur.com/a/th4nK - Extreme toxic in-game behavior

I am way too young to be married. That is the opinion of a sixteen year old Minecraft player whose less than favorable character has been fleshed out above. I am 20 years old as of Thanksgiving, my fiance is 24 years old, will be 25 years this weekend. It was not as if her or I chose to be married at the ages we are currently. When true love knocks at your door and you are both on the same chapter of your individual books of life, the chapter in which your stories become identical, it is each of your duties to seize that happiness and live your lives together, as one, as they were meant to be lived. One day when you get that opportunity, that feeling, whether it be when you are 16 or 61 years old, you will know exactly what I am talking about. We do not choose our age when we find true love, that happens on its own. We can choose, however, if we take, or miss, that beautiful once in a life time opportunity.

In conclusion, fuck off.
In conclusion,  I hope you turn your life around and be the best you, you can be, because as my favorite author to quote once so eloquently put:
"Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive that is youer than you!" -Dr. Seuss
Remember it is more fruitful to build yourself up to match and exceed others, than to tear others down to your level.
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Re: xXLink2000Xx
« Reply #33 on: March 10, 2019, 07:03:09 PM »
Calls my life completely useless and insignificant, yet sits on a block game forums all day shit-talking kids under the age of 16, when he's 20.

I have no idea what your personal life is like, the facts are, on paper your life is nothing and has no potential to be anything compared to mine. Your life is but a small candle compared to my massive bonfire. I am twenty, you are sixteen, although you now claim to be under the age of sixteen. Sitting on these forums "all day" is quite a stretch of the imagination as I usually check them maybe once or twice a day for no more than a few minutes each time. I enjoy coming here and engaging in the community that raised me over the years. I believe I have earned the right to do so, as explained in my previous post.

I also get a bizarre impression, that you're an incompetent, unsuccessful, no-life imbecile, who acts like he's tough shit when in reality, nobody knows him outside of a computer.

I find your use of the phrase, "bizarre impression" very amusing as you must have read it in my response and decided to use it as your own to provide yourself the illusion of intelligence. My chart has shown that I am exactly the opposite of incompetent and unsuccessful actually. I even provided a link for you in the event you were unsure of the meaning of the word incompetent. A no-life imbecile, I also have proven that I live and have always lived quite a full fast-paced life, as far as imbecile goes, we will see about that in the next quote where I will provide a bit of proof. I act like tough shit, because I quite literally am tough shit. Nobody knows me outside of a computer? I assure you my time in front of my personal computer monitor hovers around the 0 to 2 hours per day on average mark. I am very well known and highly respected in my real-life local communities, something you more than likely know nothing about. I interact with other humans on a daily basis in my roles as; A specialist in the United States Army, a team-leader in the Military Police Corps, an after-school enrichment K-12 teacher and a leader of many local community service out-reach programs.

Kind of sad how you claimed you scored almost a perfect score on the ACT at the age of 16.

Kind of sad how defensive and insecure you get over somebody being vastly more intelligent than you at your current age. You should look not to tear people down over their achievements. Instead you should look to build yourself up to surpass their achievements with your own.

Getting married at 20 shows your level of immaturity as well, you're way too young to be married, and you'll most likely be divorced by the age of 25 if you're as immature as I think you are.
Oh yes I can imagine you are quite the judge of immaturity levels, you the mighty ttthorne, master of the Minecraft Community Prison forums.
http://forums.cdgs.net/index.php/topic,5346.0.html - Toxic ban appeal
http://forums.cdgs.net/index.php/topic,6130.0.html - Recent show of immaturity
http://forums.cdgs.net/index.php/topic,4639.msg26803.html - Toxic ban appeal
https://imgur.com/a/th4nK - Extreme toxic in-game behavior

I am way too young to be married. That is the opinion of a sixteen year old Minecraft player whose less than favorable character has been fleshed out above. I am 20 years old as of Thanksgiving, my fiance is 24 years old, will be 25 years this weekend. It was not as if her or I chose to be married at the ages we are currently. When true love knocks at your door and you are both on the same chapter of your individual books of life, the chapter in which your stories become identical, it is each of your duties to seize that happiness and live your lives together, as one, as they were meant to be lived. One day when you get that opportunity, that feeling, whether it be when you are 16 or 61 years old, you will know exactly what I am talking about. We do not choose our age when we find true love, that happens on its own. We can choose, however, if we take, or miss, that beautiful once in a life time opportunity.

In conclusion, fuck off.
In conclusion,  I hope you turn your life around and be the best you, you can be, because as my favorite author to quote once so eloquently put:
"Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive that is youer than you!" -Dr. Seuss
Remember it is more fruitful to build yourself up to match and exceed others, than to tear others down to your level.

Getting married young is just provoking a divorce my friend.
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« Reply #34 on: March 11, 2019, 11:22:34 AM »
Getting married young is just provoking a divorce my friend.

Maybe. Modern statistics would probably lead you to the same conclusion. However, my parents were married when they were both 18 and have been married for something around 30 years now. That was a long time ago and the world and the people living in it have changed a lot. However, I choose to believe true love can still be found at an early age, if you're lucky enough. I am 20 and she is now 25, still relatively young, it's hard to describe it to someone who has not felt it yet, it's this primal connection, you just really feel like together you are one person and apart you are not whole.

I appreciate your concern and believe your observation is backed up with many modern statistics. But again, you'll know when you find it that it is the right thing, no matter how young you are when you find it.

Side note: Love is such an unusual thing to research, it doesn't really have a quantifiable value, so a lot of the "studies" are just speculation really, but I know you were specifically referring to the modern divorce rate, which makes sense.


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« Reply #35 on: March 13, 2019, 07:09:07 AM »
Getting married young is just provoking a divorce my friend.

Maybe. Modern statistics would probably lead you to the same conclusion. However, my parents were married when they were both 18 and have been married for something around 30 years now. That was a long time ago and the world and the people living in it have changed a lot. However, I choose to believe true love can still be found at an early age, if you're lucky enough. I am 20 and she is now 25, still relatively young, it's hard to describe it to someone who has not felt it yet, it's this primal connection, you just really feel like together you are one person and apart you are not whole.

I appreciate your concern and believe your observation is backed up with many modern statistics. But again, you'll know when you find it that it is the right thing, no matter how young you are when you find it.

Side note: Love is such an unusual thing to research, it doesn't really have a quantifiable value, so a lot of the "studies" are just speculation really, but I know you were specifically referring to the modern divorce rate, which makes sense.

Haha Love you ZS
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« Reply #36 on: March 13, 2019, 10:08:20 AM »
In conclusion, +1 let's get Link unban. Thank you for your time.


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Re: xXLink2000Xx
« Reply #37 on: March 13, 2019, 02:51:35 PM »
Getting married young is just provoking a divorce my friend.

Maybe. Modern statistics would probably lead you to the same conclusion. However, my parents were married when they were both 18 and have been married for something around 30 years now. That was a long time ago and the world and the people living in it have changed a lot. However, I choose to believe true love can still be found at an early age, if you're lucky enough. I am 20 and she is now 25, still relatively young, it's hard to describe it to someone who has not felt it yet, it's this primal connection, you just really feel like together you are one person and apart you are not whole.

I appreciate your concern and believe your observation is backed up with many modern statistics. But again, you'll know when you find it that it is the right thing, no matter how young you are when you find it.

Side note: Love is such an unusual thing to research, it doesn't really have a quantifiable value, so a lot of the "studies" are just speculation really, but I know you were specifically referring to the modern divorce rate, which makes sense.

Very true, my parents were married when my father was 28, and she was 25, they got divorced after 15 years of marriage (around 2012). The divorce rate (don't quote me on this) went up some odd 81% higher than last year, and is still gradually increasing.
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