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RevEleven

Member Since 14 Aug 2009
Offline Last Active Jul 14 2014 06:18 PM
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In Topic: How I got into Transit

23 February 2014 - 11:44 AM

O_o wow you guys joined this board young. I didn't join this board until I was 16 back in 2009.


Anyway, I was interested in transit since I was around 3 years old way back in 1996-1997 or so. I grew up riding Queensways D901s, D40s and also Wilson's CNG 1996 Orion Vs. I remember in the summers of 2002, 2003, and 2004, my older brother would take me transit fanning with him which was nice because there was way more variety back then. I started transit fanning by myself in 2008, but didn't start taking photos until October 2009, which I regret. The hobby kind of died for me, because of lack of variety, though. I haven't been fanning since July and have no desire to go either.


Don't do that bro. I stopped taking pics in 2002 for the same reason! Always photograph the new stuff. As they will (obviously) become old. Anyway I got into transit about 1987. Really enjoyed the G trains, flyer trolleys and the buses in the old colours. Didnt start fanning alone until 1997.

In Topic: Peeves in everyday life...

15 February 2014 - 03:43 AM

And being on the outside looking in, I know couples where I can tell that the woman (is in the relationship) predominantly because she needs someone to 'hang on to', and the guy is totally oblivious to this. She wants a provider.  Woman like this, are the ones that will stay in an abusive relationship because they can't see themselves alone without a man.


BINGO!

One of my pet peeves are when random people on the streets would call me a fggt for no apparent reason. I've been called that and laughed at many times and I don't even know why. It could be about the stuff I wear but I doubt thats the reason. Even tho I could careless about it and I don't really go all depressed about it, it just bothers me that random people would do that to me.


It's called projecting. They're accusing you of being what they are.

In Topic: Peeves in everyday life...

15 February 2014 - 01:07 AM

Yup. A lot of insecure people out there. People who absolutely NEED another human. I have my own version of 2 outta 3 ain't bad. I Love you, I Want you, but there ain't no way I am ever gonna Need you...... I am happy being self sufficient. The day will come when I am old and will NEED someone for assistance, but not due to my own insecurities.

I'm not saying all couples are hopeless, and insecure. Many are quite capable on their own, but happen to be in love and want to live together. But there are many couples where one or both feel they are not complete unless they have a partner.


That's the thing. Needing someone actually disables you from having a meaningful relationship. It is selfish. Using someone for validation (OMG she let me have access to a body part that every female human being has!!! :o ) is selfish. People treat their partners nowadays like everything else. They treat em like cellphones or any other disposable thing, talk to at them as if they are on Facebook, and dispose of them like a used tissue. And silly delusional chicks nowadays believe there's power in being a glorified portable toilet. This and your last point can actually be blamed on 60 years of media brainwashing. <_<

In Topic: General WTF Moments

14 February 2014 - 11:38 PM

LOL. I'm kinda glad I don't take the TTC often.

In Topic: Peeves in everyday life...

14 February 2014 - 11:36 PM

I'm single and happy. Funny how those douchebags that say you're a loser if you don't have a girl aren't usually the most successful people out there.


Take one look at them without a girl and we'll see who the real loser is.
*whi-cheeeeee* (whiplash) :lol: