Friday, 1 November 2013

Motives

It's better to question a person's sanity than it is to question their motives.

I’m not afraid of getting old. I’m more afraid of other people noticing.

I hate everything about myself, other than the fact that I hate myself.

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  1. If they are nuts then their motives could be sane, if they are sane than their motives could be nuts, yep, sanity is easier

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    1. Sanity is easy for those of us who can't tell if we are insane or if we are delusional.

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  2. I have to question a lot of people's sanity here in SC

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    1. It think you can do the same for people in NC too. The one's being brainwashed by the Koch brothers' pr machine.

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  3. People noticing others getting old is what drives all those woment to get the botox that makes them look like death warmed over.

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    1. The problem is feeling like life warmed over or worse yet passed over.

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    1. At least with self hate your not projecting the hatred.

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    1. I'm not old, but my mind seems to be attracted aging.

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  6. Others do notice the aging...too bad they feel inclined to mention it so often. ;)

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    1. Yes, they do don't they. I say you're only as young as your blood and urine tests.

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  7. Most one be sane to properly assess someone else's sanity? Or just motivated?

    xoRobyn

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  8. ha. i might be in that boat on people noticing i am getting older...smiles...

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  9. Now it's up to you on whether you age gracefully or whether you're that guy with unnaturally jet black hair and a face lift so tight you can no longer show human emotion.

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