"I need to eat" is not a complete thought/statement.
"I need to eat in order to avoid discomfort in the short term and in the long term to avoid starvation/death"
See, there's a clause there. There's something that drives your need. You don't "just need" it.
Why can't you just make your statement?
"This person thinks that XYZ are bad things, but I think they're good things for these reasons."
Why is saying what you actually mean so hard?
Much like a "need" with no qualification, this "imagine" shit needs to gtfo of our comms.
What am I on about? People saying "I need the thing". There is no such thing as just "need". You need the thing in order to fufil or avoid a circumstance or outcome.
I'm so tired of being asked to imagine something. "Imagine thinking A is B!".
Ok. Now what? Did you want to know what my vision looks like? Is there something you'd like me to have reached a conclusion on? WHY AM I IMAGINING THAT A is B?
Instagram influencer chick: "I am so amaaaaaaazing! I got away with lying to everyone because they trust me. Isn't this greeeeeeeat?"
What the fuck is this even.
This guy is a pretty amazing musician and while I'm not super duper omfg into this one, I think it's a great "in the style of" cover. Fantastic execution!
Courts must act against the deep flaws of I-976
Iron Cross Bellflower, nice daylight shot. Heavy printer paper for touchie-feelies.
Woooo a third person!
*NIX enthusiast, MUDder, WoW head, and Anon radio fan.
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