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Now I'm awake due to the fact that my co-worker roomie is snoring so loud and heavy I just can't fall asleep. Thankfully I don't work tomorrow and I go home Saturday. Not sure I could handle him anymore. Nice guy but he stays up later than I do. (getting too damn old) Has a horrid laugh and the snoring is wow I just wish I could properly record it for you.
I've heard quieter concerts.
Freehold DM wrote:
Damn. I'm sorry man. But I'm glad you aren't seriously hurt. What happened?
Car in front of me made a rapid right turn, which caused me to slow and the girl behind me was speeding up, as we had just left a red light. She was distracted for a moment and then couldn't stop in time. Bam.
Freehold DM wrote:
That was after I had mentioned to him we had discussed where he left to and asked him to pop in and say hello.
He was the sort of guy who couldn't resist summoning spell, if but for a brief moment.
I know, or knew, more than I want to. Been in and out. What is your questions... or info you need. If I don't know it I can find it for you.
David M Mallon wrote:
The distance between "center of the civilized world" London and "grim oop north" Halifax is approximately the same as the distance between New York and Boston. The United States is f#!%ing huge.
There is a story I have been unable to verify about Nazi POWs being sent by train to Fort Riley during WWII. The train ride was so long the POWs though that they were being sent in circles to confuse them. They escaped and after days of travel thought that they had gotten away by crossing the border into Mexico. when in fact they had made it to the border... of Oklahoma. They were promptly sent back only then realizing just how big our country really was.
Went to bed a bit past one am, woke up around eight am. (Not counting waking up and falling asleep a few times, as usual). I think we can call it a success. If I manage to stay up til one or two am without napping the things might go the right direction.
almost 7 am and I have yet to sleep.
Just checking in folks. At the library for free wi-fi and sending in resumes to a couple of companies and finalizing the paperwork for the one that offered me the job. Really hoping for this second job though, it looks to be a potentially longer term job and well it pays better too. Send good thoughts please.
Your friendly cross betwixt Zach Galifianakis in the campaign and Paul Giamatti in anything but Amazing Spider-Man 2. Or so says HD
Lord Snow wrote:
Just an FYI, he is not a Liberal. Nor are his views. He is Catholic. He essentially holds the same views as his predecessors, it is the slant of the media that has changed.
There is one major difference, talked about this last weekend over beers with Houstonderek, this Pope does things out in the open and not behind closed doors. This is why he is shown as a liberal, not a conservative like Benedict XVI was. As he did everything behind closed doors. Like excommunicating a lot of priests and removing Bishops from influential posts, more than any other Papacy in a long time.
Kirth Gersen wrote:
You must be watching news stories I have not.
Honestly nothing has changed since the last two Papacies. The opinion has always been that there is nothing wrong with being gay. No one has ever said that you will go to hell for it, or really anything else. Marriage is and was always for one man and one woman. That belief wont change. It is tradition and biblical. Specifically new testament biblical.
Never once has the church said condoms cause aids, rather promiscuity does. Condoms in the churches view promotes promiscuity. 1 + 1 = 2. Encouraging belief in witchcraft?? Um sure whatever, not sure where that came from, so can't begin to respond to it.
Training more exorcists, yes. Giving them more training is psychology as well a sociology to weed out other causes so when an exorcism is warranted (whether you believe it would ever be or not is as irrelevant you choosing to think calculus is not factual). So yeah a more educated priest hood.
AH Kansas, I get back and it is a nice rain free day. Trying to leave the Houston area and the rain was so bad that we missed the correct turn and started driving back to Houston on the highway. My worst nightmare was coming true.
Ok Not my worst, in my nightmares its my mental image of Jersey doing this to me, but still it was close.
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Now we are in Northeast Texas. The trip home is a little slower. We still have a little over 2 hours left to go. We left around midnight last night.
Here is hoping that you came home safe and sound, despite the torrential rains.
They have subsided now.
Oh and now I see that you have. Rock on. We leave at the break of day, to be home by supper time. Well me, Woodraven will have another 6 hour drive from there.