luka

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alcohol is so weird isnt it. how it can absolutely ruin you and humiliate you and it doesnt have a completely clear correlation with volume drunk. its some other occult thing going on
 

luka

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some days you literally dont have a limit. you could scull a pint of meths and be fine. totally bulletproof. other times you could do 4 pints and end up exposing yourself to a law enforcement officer
 

woops

is not like other people
alcohol is so weird isnt it. how it can absolutely ruin you and humiliate you and it doesnt have a completely clear correlation with volume drunk. its some other occult thing going on

it's true. i like to remove this element of unpredictability by drinking an amount that will definitely get me ruined.
 

luka

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you can burst thru into a psychedelic space of strange clarity sometimes by drinking a heroic amount but its an inexact science...
 

luka

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Earl Sterndale is a village in the Upper Dove Valley in the Peak District, Derbyshire, England, situated near the River Dove, 5 miles south of Buxton, and 8 miles west of Bakewell. The population at the 2011 Census is listed under Hartington Middle Parish. It sits 1,100 feet (340 m) above sea level. The farms surrounding the village were medieval monastic granges in the care of the monks of Basingwerk Abbey. The village church, dedicated to St Michael, was built in 1828 on the site of an ancient chapel. It was substantially destroyed in 1941, when it was bombed by the Germans. It was restored in 1952, and still contains a Saxon font.

Earl Sterndale is popular with walkers, as it lies close to the distinctive peaks of Chrome Hill and Parkhouse Hill, and is within walking distance of Hartington and the gateway to Dovedale.

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woops

is not like other people
Earl Sterndale is a village in the Upper Dove Valley in the Peak District, Derbyshire, England, situated near the River Dove, 5 miles south of Buxton, and 8 miles west of Bakewell. The population at the 2011 Census is listed under Hartington Middle Parish. It sits 1,100 feet (340 m) above sea level. The farms surrounding the village were medieval monastic granges in the care of the monks of Basingwerk Abbey. The village church, dedicated to St Michael, was built in 1828 on the site of an ancient chapel. It was substantially destroyed in 1941, when it was bombed by the Germans. It was restored in 1952, and still contains a Saxon font.

Earl Sterndale is popular with walkers, as it lies close to the distinctive peaks of Chrome Hill and Parkhouse Hill, and is within walking distance of Hartington and the gateway to Dovedale.

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the silent woman and 3 houses
 
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