churchisms

A great love is a lot like a good memory. When it’s there, and you know it’s there, but it’s just out of your reach, it can be all that you think about. Then you can focus on it and try to force it, but the more you do, the more you seem to push it away. But if you’re patient and you hold still, well maybe, just maybe, it’ll come to you. I just have to be somewhere she can find me. And I mean, hell… if you have to live the rest of your life in a memory… you might as well make it a good one.
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Church (Red vs. Blue)

This line made my year and totally corresponded with things I was going through when I first watched this season.

“invalid users”, which is the nice way of saying “liars”.
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T. J. Church, on an eloquent summary of Literotica’s issues.

Back on-topic, I believe they (at least Laurel for sure) are “invalid users”, which is the nice way of saying “liars”.

I was asked by some of the Mods of lower sections of the Forums to contact Laurel about some possible future actions, problems I was experiencing, etc. I did so.

He responded with no opinions, actions, suggestions, none of the above, nor anything similar.

The source is a thread poking at the accounts of the ever-absent site administrators. Their absence has been particularly notorious among other sections of the site’s forums.

Being that I’ve done all my “growing up” in a sub-sub-sub…urb of Cleveland, I can tell you his legacy will benefit more doing it here than it would in the Miami situation. However, I can also tell you that’s b/c the team has a lot less talent than he had working with him in Miami, & has little if anything to do with it being anywhere near (not in) his hometown, nor Cleveland’s sports history.

Also:

1] His return to Cleveland may seem to have reversed the feeling to cities not in Ohio, but living in Ohio, some of us hated him more between his return announcement & the playoffs than we did while he was gone. (The feeling may have increased additionally when he failed to bring us any different ending than we’d gotten without him, meaning of course the ring & Title, which he had done in Miami.)

2] The maligned pro sports history doesn’t lie solely in Cleveland. Doubt me? Ask Los Angeles’ NFL coach, if they ever get another… The same goes for many other long-Title-less cities.

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TJ Church, on Cleveland.

Source.