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After a good, long run, we have decided to close our forums in an effort to refocus attention to other sections of the site. Fortunately for you all, we're living in a time where discussion of a favorite topic now has a lot of homes. So we encourage you all to bring your ravenous love for discussion to Chuck's official Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Instagram. And, as always, you can still post comments on all News updates. Thank you for your loyalty and passion over the years. These changes will happen June 1.

Ignore the above, just messing around because I'm bored and I'm at work. Why do I still work here? Why am I still support accounting software? ACCOUNTING!? Anyway that's irrellevant right now.

This is my first post to this forum. I am a huge fan of Mr Palahniuk (see the respect, I called him "Mr."). A friend over the net told me to read his books after many fight club discussions. It started with "Choke" which is probably my favourite and now I just finished reading "Diary". I can't find my copy of "Invisible Monsters", I think I lent it to this chick, never mind.

Some sayings are stupid. They're supposed to be insightful and helpful but all they really do is confuse people in a way where they mistake the confusion with... wisdom? For example, "there's a first time for everything" That means NOTHING! So when someone asks, "hey do you wanna try some heroin?" and you say, "no thanks, I'm not too comfortable with heroin" and they say, "come on! There's a first time for everything!" SO WHAT!? Just because there is a first time for something, doesn't mean you have to do it! Sure, let's go kill people wearing tutus, fake afros with fluro green goat-tees because there's a first time for everything!

I'm kinda restless right now, I apologise for my erratic, cranky post.