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Re: The Venting Thread
« Reply #360 on: January 19, 2015, 21:48 »
Now going to find something to hit until I feel better.

Just keep hitting that Enter key, Havy. Writing down your thoughts can be helpful and healing, and sharing them even more so, at times.

These last few years for me have been both dark and difficult. By far the most trying of my entire life. On top of all that, I had my heart broken into a thousand tiny pieces more than a year ago, and I'm still in the process of trying to reclaim my inner-self from all that pain.

But life can change so quickly—in an instant. One phone call, email, or chance encounter, and suddenly opportunities can appear.

I'm the last person that any one should probably ever take advice from, but maybe try to take advantage of the time available to you right now to do things that won't be as readily accessible once you do find that job.

Just look at L'arri. No more horse riding for him now that he's stationed behind a desk!  :P
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #361 on: January 19, 2015, 22:02 »
    Hehehe, but you know, the desk is my horse and the office is my desert, because I went out there and did it. I've got that now. It's like Steinbeck said: the best thing in life is commission and the worst thing is omission.

    Hav, I know it doesn't help much, but lots of us have been there, where you are. Families under pressure. And you are going to make it through.

    It's like that diagram, the geological one they showed you at school, with all the layers of sand and soil and dinosaur bones.

    With each new period in your life, the earlier ones compress a little bit more and what seemed huge and insurmountable becomes smaller and more compact with the perspective of time. But much better than that, the meaning and value of those periods gets squeezed out for you to make use of later.

    In the meantime, as DB says, just keep talking it out, whenever that works for you, because right now this is just another of those things that will make a Superhav out of you in the longer term. And nobody is going to suggest you should shut up. Everything you're feeling is just as valid as your parents' or anyone else's feelings.
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #362 on: January 19, 2015, 23:27 »
    :hug Havy

    I hope you find something soon
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #363 on: January 21, 2015, 18:16 »
    flip, just realized I mixed up two terms in my exam last week, due to the fact that the exam was in Dutch, while I know these terms better in English, and due to this I know I made quite a few mistakes, I probably failed that course. I am actually almost certain I failed it, I suck  :(
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #364 on: January 21, 2015, 19:08 »
    flip, just realized I mixed up two terms in my exam last week, due to the fact that the exam was in Dutch, while I know these terms better in English, and due to this I know I made quite a few mistakes, I probably failed that course. I am actually almost certain I failed it, I suck  :(

    Dude, this is a mere blip. I forgot to attend the last exam of my law degree. :P

    As Fate would have it, there was a bunch of visiting Malaysians who had a diary clash so they got to sit this same exam a week later and after a lot of bowing and scraping, I blagged a seat at the back of that room.

    Amazingly, this 'private session' wasn't even monitored and in the absence of any staff the Malaysians made unlimited use of their lecture notes. Being a "Brits don't dope" kind of kid who just assumed cheating wouldn't be tolerated, I hadn't even bothered to bring my lecture notes.

    I passed anyway, and with a high grade at that.

    So the moral of the story is contained somewhere in a thought that just stepped out for a cigarette, but I guess in the scheme of your whole life, I wouldn't worry about it.
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #365 on: January 21, 2015, 19:49 »
    Dude, this is a mere blip. I forgot to attend the last exam of my law degree. :P

    As Fate would have it, there was a bunch of visiting Malaysians who had a diary clash so they got to sit this same exam a week later and after a lot of bowing and scraping, I blagged a seat at the back of that room.

    Amazingly, this 'private session' wasn't even monitored and in the absence of any staff the Malaysians made unlimited use of their lecture notes. Being a "Brits don't dope" kind of kid who just assumed cheating wouldn't be tolerated, I hadn't even bothered to bring my lecture notes.

    I passed anyway, and with a high grade at that.

    So the moral of the story is contained somewhere in a thought that just stepped out for a cigarette, but I guess in the scheme of your whole life, I wouldn't worry about it.

    Oh I know, but I tend to enlarge every problem I have :P
    But really I am trying to get my stuff together for my exam of tomorrow and I just realized how many things I did wrong, simply due to the fact that I suck at Dutch, which tomorrow will again be a problem. I know it's probably not as bad, nor is there anything I can do about it, but I can't help but feel absolutely terrible about it, even though as you say it's just a blip and nothing really to worry about. But I just hate these oral exams where you can get tripped up quite easily because the Belgian education style sucks
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #366 on: January 23, 2015, 13:23 »
    And now for something completely else:
    Why are so many Blegians I come across, even the higher educated ones, just openly racists, the amount of 'jokes' I've heard about black people, muslims and a lot of other ethnicities over the last few months is shocking. And no-one mentions it, no-one seems amazed.

    And it's not like I'm too sensitive to this thing, far from it, but it really is amazing
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #367 on: January 23, 2015, 15:50 »
    And now for something completely else:
    Why are so many Blegians I come across, even the higher educated ones, just openly racists, the amount of 'jokes' I've heard about black people, muslims and a lot of other ethnicities over the last few months is shocking. And no-one mentions it, no-one seems amazed.

    And it's not like I'm too sensitive to this thing, far from it, but it really is amazing

    I think the attitude toward ethnic minorities here is, in my opinion, pretty much the same as in many other Western European countries, it's just that Belgians see no reason to censure themselves over it. In a twisted sort of way, you have to admire them for that.

    I was as surprised about the open expressions of racism as I was about the appalling standard of driving, but in both cases it is just a bit of mild culture shock. Indeed you get used to it, even while I am not saying it is right, nor do I share such views myself. It just gets less and less shocking to hear it.

    What I think is fascinating is that you can come to a new country and hear this sort of bile which perfectly resembles the bile you'd hear (albeit in private) back in the old country and yet, due to the different histories of empire, it will be directed at minorities of which you the foreigner have not a scrap of knowledge or experience.

    This 'same argument, different target' phenomenon proves what specious rubbish it is to blame minorities for European society's problems.
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #368 on: January 23, 2015, 19:44 »
    I think the attitude toward ethnic minorities here is, in my opinion, pretty much the same as in many other Western European countries, it's just that Belgians see no reason to censure themselves over it. In a twisted sort of way, you have to admire them for that.

    I was as surprised about the open expressions of racism as I was about the appalling standard of driving, but in both cases it is just a bit of mild culture shock. Indeed you get used to it, even while I am not saying it is right, nor do I share such views myself. It just gets less and less shocking to hear it.

    What I think is fascinating is that you can come to a new country and hear this sort of bile which perfectly resembles the bile you'd hear (albeit in private) back in the old country and yet, due to the different histories of empire, it will be directed at minorities of which you the foreigner have not a scrap of knowledge or experience.

    This 'same argument, different target' phenomenon proves what specious rubbish it is to blame minorities for European society's problems.

    To be honest, to me it isn't the same. It's not like you can say Dutch people don't speak their minds or are subtle about what they say. And sure in private more is said, more jokes are made. But still, it just goes so much further than I am used to back home, even what is said in private back home.

    The amount of times I have heard people refer to black people as monkeys for example, it's shocking. I don't know almost anyone back in the Netherlands who would even think of doing that. And here again, it's not like there aren't jokes made about black people in the Netherlands, but referring to them as monkeys is absolutely appalling.

    Of course I can't talk about the whole of the Netherlands, but the people i know and where I am from would certainly be shocked about the utterances made here.

    Sure jokes are made about muslims back home as well. But the bile and the mean spiritness about the comments here is shocking
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #369 on: January 27, 2015, 17:19 »
    People are dumb. They are really f'cking dumb.

    We've been absolutely INUNDATED with news of this approaching Blizzard. Hyperbolic warnings and predictions showed no restraint.

    And then...and then...it snowed. A bit. In New England. In the winter.

    That's all it did. If not for all the hysteria, I would've woken to just another day with a bit of snow to shovel. But I can't go anywhere because the roads are closed. I could receive a fine for simply driving right now. Everything is closed. Except there's no reason for that. It's FINE outside. No wind, no more snow, no nothing.

    I could go on and on, but the whole circus was summed up beautifully by one local news "reporter." There she was, braving the elements, reiterating to all her viewers just how dangerous it was to be out doors. The temperatures! The wind chill! The poor visibility!

    And then she offered this timeless bit of wisdom, "And if you don't believe me, just download our weather App — blah, blah, blah..."

    Yes, why bother with any of that pesky empirical evidence? Don't bother to step outside yourself! No, no, no! Just download the App from the appointed news channel, and allow your smartphone to then tell you just how f'cking dumb you are.
     :S

    People are morons. One guy on the local news was having the time of his life overseeing the station's social networking—Facebook, Twitter, etc. He said the most common question people were asking was, "Can I go outside and start shoveling?"

    Of course it would be impossible to determine such things on one's own. If not through social networking, how could one ever arrive at an answer to such elusive questions?

    Oh, but there was a power outage! Yes indeed! The sure sign that an apocalyptic moment had arrived! NO POWER!

    However, it was only in one small part, of one small town. The culprit? A snowplow had run into a power line pole. :fp

    People are dumb. So much so, that I'm amazed we are able to operate a functioning society at all.
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #370 on: January 27, 2015, 20:18 »
    Massive huff

    Can I say that I deeply approved of that post? That was a fundamentally sound bit of prose there.  :P

    You should really watch the British anthology series Black Mirror, DB, I think you would love it.

    It is a sometimes terrifying look at how society might become just a few years from now if we continue to sell out to all this stupid technology. No two episodes share the same characters or storylines, so you can just jump in and watch any of them.

    If you can stand burned in Spanish subbies, there's one sneaking around now. See it while it's there. Personally recommended by your old pal L'arri...  :D

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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #371 on: January 28, 2015, 17:08 »
    As some of you may have noticed I haven't been on here much past week and a half..

    The reasons is as my Laptop has been broken..broken DC Power Jack for those that know much about this stuff.
    I phoned a repair company up two Sundays ago and they told me they'd have it fixed by the end of the week at the very latest, they would get back with full details by Monday. Come Monday and I haven't heard from them, same on Tuesday despite constant phone calls and emails. I get through on Wednesday and they tell me they'll send someone on Saturday. Come the appointed time and I am left waiting, only to contact them on Sunday and find out they were unable to make it. We will send you a list of times for rescheduling now, they send the list on Monday and there is a slot on Tuesday which I take, at 6:30 Tuesday evening I am left waiting and no one arrives. At this point I didn't really want to hear the excuse... All this after I cancelled appointments with other repair companies due to this particular companies commitments.


    And all this whilst I have had a hugely important Coursework assignment to complete, every waking moment in which a computer becomes available I've had to work on the Coursework leaving me no time for Velorooms..

    And having said all that they still have not come and my laptop remains broken.

    And the cycling season has just started


     :angry :angry :angry :angry :angry
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #372 on: February 20, 2015, 07:15 »
    Take away Shane and Cycling Tips is the same turd it was before

    that is all
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #373 on: February 24, 2016, 10:35 »
    Gets up earlier than usual to be ready for meeting at 10.

    Learns of massive traffic problem on the usual route to the office.

    Successfully avoids all issues by leaving earlier, taking longer route and reaches office at 9:50.

    Waits in empty office.

    Sends a few texts.

    Waits.

    And waits.

    Leaves still empty office at 10:45.

    Drives home and dumps car far away due to parking restrictions.

    Receives email at 11:30.

    "Am in a meeting. Can you come in at 13:00?"

    :angry

    Thinks: "it's a dry day. I want to ride my bike"

    Replies: "Not before 15h"

     :s
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #374 on: February 24, 2016, 10:39 »
    Gets up earlier than usual to be ready for meeting at 10.

    Learns of massive traffic problem on the usual route to the office.

    Successfully avoids all issues by leaving earlier, taking longer route and reaches office at 9:50.

    Waits in empty office.

    Sends a few texts.

    Waits.

    And waits.

    Leaves still empty office at 10:45.

    Drives home and dumps car far away due to parking restrictions.

    Receives email at 11:30.

    "Am in a meeting. Can you come in at 13:00?"

    :angry

    Thinks: "it's a dry day. I want to ride my bike"

    Replies: "Not before 15h"

     :s

    That's just plain rude.

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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #375 on: February 24, 2016, 10:59 »
    Story of getting to office in time for a then-unattended meeting
    Dickheads.
    Think they're God's gift to the earth, and that everybody will wait for them. :-x
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #376 on: April 15, 2016, 21:26 »
    Well after five months of being employed, fighting the fact that my 30 years of IT experience kills me in two ways.  First, I can't get a senior level position because I don't have a degree (which didn't exist in the late 80s).  Second, I can't get a junior level position because they think I will just job hop to a more senior position (they would not be wrong).

    So after 30 years, I have finally decided that my best option is to return to college and complete my engineering degree.  It will only cost me $500K in lost wages over 4 years (not that I am making any money now) and a bit of tuition.  My life sucks right now.   
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #377 on: February 17, 2018, 07:43 »
    At first, I thought this story was appalling and then I actually tried to imagine it for comedic value beyond the obvious ugliness and eventually found it hilarious.

    https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/feb/17/cruise-ship-on-which-big-brawl-broke-out-to-dock-in-melbourne

    First world problems and all that but for the last few weeks my new neighbour has been consistently breaking the law with his home improvement activities. Since he took possession he has gutted the place but because he works and he doesn't want to pay for professionals, he has to do this in his own time, which is of course the time when everyone else is also at home.

    The other day I decided I had enough. I had just got into bed at around 22:00 (or 10pm for y'all in the States) on a schoolnight with a library copy of Lord Jim when he started picking off tiles with a hammer, a task he has turned into a multi-day stage race.

    Full of steam, I went out there and told him that he had waded deep into a swamp of illegality and neighbourly disrespect and I warned him to extricate himself forthwith, or words to that effect. To my amazement, he shut his door, double locked it and shouted these words: "Go ahead and call the police!"

    The hammering stopped mercifully but in the tranquil silence that followed, I found that I could not join Conrad on the high seas because I was still shorebound pondering this rather strange reaction from my neighbour.

    The conundrum was eventually resolved the next day by a chance encounter between the errant neighbour and another acquaintance of mine. He explained that he had thought I might be the associate of another neighbour from downstairs.

    You see, the other week, when he had embarked on his own voyage into the unknown, namely DIY plumbing, our timid neighbour promptly caused a massive leak that made one room of the apartment downstairs "rather damp".

    Now the apartment downstairs is currently occupied by a vulnerable single mother in possession of what could be described as a plethora of highly protective male relatives, one of whom decided to pay a visit to our hapless plumber.

    I am not, I must say, in the regular habit of wearing beanie hats indoors as is common with a certain section of the public here but that was a particularly cold evening when I was prevented from casting off with Conrad and I needed all the warmth I could obtain, unshaven and angry out in the corridor.

    So I suppose the unfortunate neighbour feared that he was about to receive another blow to the nose and in his state of funk he did not think it strange that an archetypal hoodlum might weigh less than 80kg, speak English and spout a lot of nonsense about the articles of federal law pertaining to nuisance.
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #378 on: March 14, 2018, 08:59 »
    This is somewhat OT inasmuch as my vent here does relate to pro cycling. Having just mentioned one of our sport's most boring tropes, I thought I would mention a couple of others. Feel free to add your own.

    The easy one is that Tejay Van Garderen could still win a GT. I think even CN realises that it's become a silly joke but we still get stories of this sort. TJVG hype is like a zombie that will not die.

    The one that really bugs me right now though is the idea of fairness and rectitude in measuring the quality of a win, where the gold standard is any win by Peter Sagan.

    Now fanboys (and presumably fangirls) are often the bane of any messageboard facility but the stench of fervent fandom is the sports equivalent of nationalistic sentiment in general society. It is ugly, ignorant, fed by the media and it's happening whether or not you like it.

    Take this bit of self-serving, dog-whistle journalism for example:

    http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/peter-sagan-and-kwiatkowski-in-a-war-of-words-before-milan-san-remo/

    We'd already bobbed about on a similar ripple of silliness last week but because the protagonists were "only" Jérôme Cousin and Nils Politt in a cartoonish complot, we were spared the worst of the hysteria from the great unhosed.

    Happily we no longer live in a time when pointing out that Cousin and Politt were respectively French and German would have started a digital riot but swap out these also-rans with two of the sport's vedettes and you have the raw materials of a hypetastic grudge match for the current age.

    Cue a bunch of cretins who have unfortunately learned to type or thumb a screen unleashed on a non-topic that generates endless nonsense around a basic fact, namely that, barring a finish line controversy of the sort usually involving Mark Cavendish, the final result is what counts and only that.

    For if it were up to some of these individuals, you would have to think that every race in our sport should be decided on how many metres a rider had spent on the front or, since that would bring a lot of logistical complexity, whether Sagan was on the start line.

    Most of us, and I appeal to VR members here, we inhabit a time and place where and when we appreciate the unpredictable. We like the mix, the tactics and, to a lesser extent, we cautiously support the current obsession for revising parcours because only the prestige of the event matters, not the precise combination of roads on which it is run.

    But you would think with some fans that they had staked their entire livelihoods on a particular formula of racing, where the sport is painted in comic book colours, that the riders are entirely good or bad and their behaviour reflects the profile these people have projected onto their heroes and villains.

    Let's complete this waffly exercise with the experiment of reproducing a few quotes from the BTL comments on that article linked above. Taking them out of context should hopefully demonstrate how rabid they sound:

    "Peter Sagan is the Donald Trump of cycling"

    "You are just a bitter person refusing to accept your local hero Kwiatkowski will never achieve 3 WCRR titles in a row"

    "Some people just race like losers."

    "Sagan just admitted Little K is living in his head rent free."

    "It's a matter of glory not playing by the rules."
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    Re: The Venting Thread
    « Reply #379 on: March 24, 2018, 23:13 »
    You should really watch the British anthology series Black Mirror, DB, I think you would love it.

    Ya' know, at the time, this post didn't hold any meaning for me, other than piquing my curiosity a bit. The series wasn't available to a U.S. audience (as far as I know). But since some time last year the show has been gaining quite a bit of traction over here through Netflix, and I had totally forgotten about your suggestion until I stumbled across this post while searching for something else entirely.

    I've now seen several episodes, and they are something to behold. It's definitely not "American television," and that's part of what makes it so intriguing. My favorite one so far, would have to be:
     Season 1, Episode 3 The Entire History of You.
    It's a future that's not hard to imagine at all—alarming as that may be.

    Great stuff.  :cool
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