Monday, September 19, 2011

Brain Fart XVI: Math My Day




Turning negative to positive is simple. Just square it.




The Immortal Words of the highschool sensei crush.

5 comments:

  1. So more shit = gold? parang ang hirap naman nun! haha

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  2. I -think- the moral of the story is that multiplying a negative by another negative will make it positive. This is definitely the mathematical sentence for vengeance. :>

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  3. I once asked Line of Flight about karma. I asked if it worked both ways meaning if somebody did me wrong, that gave me license to do someone wrong. Well, what do you think?

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  4. I think you mean that it gives you license to retaliate. If someone does you wrong, doing something wrong to someone else won't make you feel better. As for your question, I think it does give you a good reason to do something wrong as well. But the question by then would be whether it resolves the issue or not. However, knowing for certain that the person who hurt us is hurting too has its merits. When it comes to betrayals, I think we pay little heed to Indignation. We forget the 'how could they do this to us' question. This, I think, plays a major role in driving us to retaliate, to make certain that the person is experiencing what to us is an equal or greater degree of hurt. I should know, I can be vengeful. hahahahaha

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  5. Actually, I think at that moment it will definitely make me feel better. lol but we go back to it doesn't really solve anything so there.. haha anyway, anger is anger, it's strong but it'll pass ;)

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