Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by AlexanderDragon, Sep 9, 2016.
"Transhumanism: The History of a Dangerous Idea" by David Livingstone
I slogged my way through Ray Kurzweil's The Singularity Is Near a year or so ago. Not a bad read, just dense material that takes a lot of thought.
That adults are just grown up kids. They don't magically figure everything out once they reach a certain age.
My gender. Oh, also some bands (Fabulous Disaster, Helium, Joseph, Partyline) and some shows (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Emily Owens MD, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and Wrecked).
I learned that I'm trans....
That's it, really.
•Various art techniques, most recently basic anime face drawing.
•Some of the most significant of my health issues, which have overshadowed my life for over a decade now, MAY in fact be treatable to the point of significant improvement although likely not full recovery. However it is still very early days and frustratingly I will not know for some time. I am cautiously optimistic however.
•The emoji poop has seemingly now become the biggest celebrity on earth.
I learned this too! Whilst googling the Dyatlov Pass incident.
Every summer reminds me how much I don't like sweating. I've been working on getting my T set up and I'll be starting it after I have some surgery(gotta get that gallbladder out). So I think I'm either going to start it later this month or next month. I'm going to ask my doctor about that when I see her next.
I learned the power of friendship.
WHat I learned is that coming out in a serious intense relationship and trying to stay in one is nearly impossible and that I am capable of causing so much hurt.
I also found out I look really good when going 100% female. So yeah, mixed feelings this year.
I learned what it is like to lose a loved one you are very close to.
I discovered a lot about my gender over the summer.
That there are actually people who care for me