GabrielsThoughts
I can supply you with all the official and accredited documentation for proof of identity, resources, and training you could ever need or want in order to prove I'm not playing catfish. Unfortunately, I'm neither an athlete nor a politician so I don't appear in person as expected from paper. I didn't isolate parts of my personality, and I have an incredibly high tolerance for inappropriate behavior. If you must know, I'm the son of a social worker and a rogue. As such, I was conditioned to understate my abilities and allow financing to affect performance.

I've had to learn to articulate my motives, what I believe, and how I would generally behave on instinct... Not because I lack the faculties of mindfulness, charm, intelligence, wisdom, or logic; but because I'm used to people misrepresenting or misreading me, my motives, and my interests. I was a scout and I have training in journalism, I know the importance of traveling light and always being prepared. I also know the importance of being 'paid' to remember. However, I believe things that should be general knowledge can be freely offered and discussed...
  • Real Name
    Slimecat the Jealous / Latchkey the Fleeting
  • Age
    34
  • Gender
    Male
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I see, so its 4000 slaves worth of power?
That's not a very effective use of slaves.
I wasn't aware +anima existed IRL
oooh nevada desert.
I also found a carrot glance comic.
http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d12/GabrielsThoughts/carrot-glance_zpsmoekh3uu. jpg
Negligent entrustment clearly means nothing to these people. Also, I know at least one business textbook and one college level communications textbook, in addition to what I assume is any idiot's guide or for dummies book on the subject which might mention it's expected that people will lie about four things, themselves, their competition, the tools and optimum conditions necessary for the resource to function at peak performance, and how long it will take to finish the job or acclimate to set conditions. Beyond that the truth is just a matter of the other party basing their decisions on observation, checking facts before acts, and making the fewest assumptions about the representation they've created of a person's character. Other than that it's a matter of lying honorably while avoiding hypotheticals or creating patches through the language morality.
Don't do it.
That's a good cat name.
I wanted to say this to someone else...
Tell them the one about Thor and Ratatosk.
I'm not so sure you can pick and choose values. My understanding is that most humans share the same odd number of ethics and that the value the individual places on those ethics is determined by the time they are twelve years old. Granted, morals come from stories, and stories come from values, so it is possible you can change a person's values with a wicked/good story. For instance the truism that everyone is motivated by self interest, ideally the first concept taught in ethics, economics, philosophy, and psychology, could be influenced by watching Star Trek, or even by teaching someone that you can use Calculus to justify the morality of your actions like Batman.

This is also assuming Morals = Beliefs.
ANswer: I had this idea that it wasn't the company that was evil, but the people working inside. So, I thought maybe the pragmatic solution would be to... gah I can't think of anything that will sound ditzy, funny, cute, or goofy.
@mandalorianjedi:
God likes meat, Abel was a shepherd and Cain was a harvester. God preferred Abel's sacrifice, Cain murdered his brother.
I think poisoning is a cowardly method of homicide. I mean obviously you aren't planning on killing her, just yet.
@Golb989:
Where do you keep finding these gifs?
@heyokyay:
AWE it's a Watzit. I've been looking for him everywhere he's the be(a)st-est puppy ever.
http://www.deviantart.com/art/whatzit-291037013
@xLollyx:
I thought they were always naked nudists. Like MLP characters for the most part.
For some reason it feels like you haven't updated in weeks.
ARGH! the anticipation, you fiendish devil.