oryoki

oryoki

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249 weeks ago @ Daily Camera.com: - Catherine Mortensen: A... · 0 replies · +1 points

"case closed"? What another restraint? Always telling others what to think, write, and do. That's called restrain, or constrict, and even command. I'm not listening to any of that from you.

249 weeks ago @ Daily Camera.com: - Catherine Mortensen: A... · 0 replies · +1 points

Always like you and others to change the wording once you're called out. First it was restrict, then it was constrain, and now it is command. Talk about dodging around the whole thread, that's you.

249 weeks ago @ Daily Camera.com: - Catherine Mortensen: A... · 2 replies · +1 points

If your "advice" is not attempting to constrain that what is your point? Don't pay attention until I say so is constraint.

249 weeks ago @ Daily Camera.com: - Catherine Mortensen: A... · 2 replies · +1 points

crap 1 |krap| vulgar slang
noun
1 something that is of extremely poor quality.
• nonsense.
• rubbish; junk.
2 excrement.
• [in sing. ] an act of defecation.

Hardly a dodge.

249 weeks ago @ Buffzone.com: CU sport... - CU soccer: Paxton save... · 0 replies · 0 points

"Goals (assists) — Cal: Hromatko (unassisted), 38th minute" Not the way it works, but Scheele should have gotten the assist when she spilled the corner cross right to the foot of Hromatko, an unfortunate error in a crowded penalty box.

249 weeks ago @ Daily Camera.com: - Catherine Mortensen: A... · 7 replies · +1 points

advice |ədˈvīs|
noun
guidance or recommendations concerning prudent future action, typically given by someone regarded as knowledgeable or authoritative : she visited the island on her doctor's advice | even successful businessmen asked his advice.
• a formal notice of a financial transaction : remittance advices.
• archaic information; news : fresh advices from Europe
PHRASES
take advice obtain information and guidance, typically from an expert : he should take advice from his accountant. • (usu. take someone's advice) act according to recommendations given : he took my advice and put his house up for sale.

restrict |riˈstrikt|
verb [ trans. ]
put a limit on; keep under control : some roads may have to be closed at peak times to restrict the number of visitors.
• deprive (someone or something) of freedom of movement or action : cities can restrict groups of protesters from gathering on a residential street.
• ( restrict someone to) limit someone to only doing or having (a particular thing) or staying in (a particular place) : I shall restrict myself to a single example.
• ( restrict something to) limit something, esp. an activity, to (a particular place, time, or category of people) : the zoological gardens were at first restricted to members and their guests.

Your advice is no more than a restriction of don't pay attention until I say so.

One can always observe the desperation when foul language is used in a personal attack.

249 weeks ago @ Daily Camera.com: - Catherine Mortensen: A... · 9 replies · 0 points

I guite often do things that others try to restrict me from doing. The point is it is my choice not yours and anything you do to try to make me change my mind or actions is an attempt to restrict.

249 weeks ago @ Daily Camera.com: - Phil Wardwell: Muni co... · 1 reply · -2 points

"Perhaps he should be more concerned with the goings ons in his own locale as Erie has enough issues of it's own." Rather dismissive, don't you think?

249 weeks ago @ Daily Camera.com: - Catherine Mortensen: A... · 11 replies · 0 points

I'm sorry I view advising when to pay attention is in itself a restriction.

249 weeks ago @ Daily Camera.com: - Catherine Mortensen: A... · 13 replies · 0 points

If ignorant people are denied inclusion who would humble you.