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Roooooox-ane


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Okay then, some "fashion" photographs doesn't look stupid.


Oh yes, presents are a given.


Happy birthday Celestial Healer. May your day bring you plenty of good food, drink, and merriment in whatever order you prefer.


aeglos wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
And I hope everyone's wearing their sprig of lilac today, as we honour the fallen of the shortlived Republic of Treacle Mine Road.
Truth! Freedom! Justice! Reasonably priced love! And a Hard boiled egg!!

How do they rise up? Rise up? Rise up?


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And I hope everyone's wearing their sprig of lilac today, as we honour the fallen of the shortlived Republic of Treacle Mine Road.


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Oh lovely, my employer's parent company has gone into reconstruction. (And the first I hear of it is a news-notice on telly-text!!)
That doesn't sound good. Is that like debt restructuring or a bailout?

Debt restructuring, I'd say. My wage is guaranteed by the state, and the company line is, "it's old debt, once we're rid of it things'll be fine," but I'm going to start to look for somewhere to jump before I get pushed.


Oh lovely, my employer's parent company has gone into reconstruction. (And the first I hear of it is a news-notice on telly-text!!)


Happy belated birthday Patrick! *honks misthorn*


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"Herausragende"

Shut up German, your whole language is drunk!


baron arem heshvaun wrote:

The actor is reprising his role (again) and I love that he is part of this movie.

I have really said too much, do I need a lawyer?

Probably too late for that. I'd start worrying about mysterious black helicopters showing up...


Treppa wrote:

But would I actually have to know how to code, or would the finger do it for me? I haven't coded fluently in any language developed since about, say, 1980. ;-)

Oh my God, this speech to text program puts in the emoji for "winky face"! Ruffle. But it apparently doesn't know rolling on the floor laughing.

** spoiler omitted **

*faints*


Not to do with revolution or politics at all, but I kinda think some of the people in this thread would be interested in Paul Cornell's comic book This Damned Band which is out now.

(Rock'n'roll warning for scenes of debauchery.)


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Ross Byers wrote:

Re: Snick - I can't think of any actressess known for that kind of manic energy - which probably says something about how women are cast in Hollywood as much as it does about my memory. (If Snick were male, we'd just cast Bradley Cooper to do his Rocket Raccoon and continue the GotG reunion you've got rolling there.) Catherine Tate could probably do it.

Could grab Essie Davis, Tatiana Maslany, or another actress known for being a chameleon instead of for a particular type of role, instead.

I think Ellen Page could do a really good job with that kind of part. Not sure why I think so, really, but...


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David M Mallon wrote:
Of the 88 Academy Awards ("Oscars") for Best Picture, none have been awarded for a science fiction film.

2001: A Space Odyssey wasn't even nominated - the nominees for the 1969 awards being: Midnight Cowboy; Anne of the Thousand Days; Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid; Hello, Dolly!; and Z.


Treppa wrote:

I hear that. My primary client will be out of town for 6 weeks - no pay from them. And if I am going to be one-handed for a while, all my projected income is roughly halved, because keyboarding will take roughly twice as long as expected. I am looking into speech to text now.

Good luck with the test. Why does it take so long?

** spoiler omitted **

:(


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Treppa wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

Absolutely disgraceful.

Hoping for the best resolution for you. For what little that's worth.


Treppa wrote:
PC gamer's nightmare.

...


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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Web comic about the Bronte sisters

From Kate Beaton's delightful Hark, a vagrant


Treppa wrote:
My finger is shattered. See, I'm not a hypochondriac!

That's... something, at least?


Treppa wrote:

Yeah, but I have this monster and it's either restrain him or put him down. If I see the other dog first, I can stop him from blowing up, but if I don't, he goes out of control.

Plus I don't know what to do with the finger. I pulled it mostly straight, but it's still bent off to the side some. Not incurring ER expense for a finger, but uncertain about urgent care in the morning.

Ouch, that sucks. I'd still see if I could afford the cost, though. Losing the use of a finger even for a bit really makes you appreciate how useful they are.


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Tom Stoppard, in The Real Thing wrote:
Buddy Holly was twenty-two. Think of what he might have gone on to achieve. I mean, if Beethoven had been killed in a plane crash at twenty-two, the history of music would have been very different. As would the history of aviation, of course.


Yay.


Limeylongears wrote:

Stone me, it's hot.

Hot, hot, hot.

Most of Sweden is currently warmer than the Mediterranean. (Still chance of snow in parts of the northern mountains, though.)

So I'm feeling hot, hot, hot.


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What I'll be reading in about two weeks.


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Aranna wrote:
It's summer you should feel free to be clean shaven.

Au contraire. Summer is the time of year even normally clean-shaven people should feel free to let the fuzz reign.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Seems like summer's arrived. Time to set the beard trimmer to 0.5 instead of 0.9.
I set mine to Goatee. :-)

I'm not evil enough to carry that off.


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Comrade Anklebiter wrote:

2nd best was when First-Generation Romanian-American contact showed up with his long-flowing tresses and sharp, Slavic* features, looking like an elf, with a home-made red flag.

Speaking of "Vive le Galt!", today turns out to be Robespierre's birthday.

[Clenched fist salute]

---
*Ignorant American footnote: are Romanians Slavs?

The Romanian language is, as the name implies, part of the Latin-descended Romance family. The people are probably a mix of Dacians, Vlachs (Latin-speakers), Bulgars*, Hungarians, and indeed, Slavs.

*These days, most Bulgarians are slavs, but when they arrived in present-day Bulgaria they were a Turkic people.

Eastern european ethnicity tracing kinda makes the Schleswig-Holstein question seem straightforward.


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Seems like summer's arrived. Time to set the beard trimmer to 0.5 instead of 0.9.


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Eurovision bingo card for anyone who wants to play.


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Disturbed - The Sound of Silence


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In the words of the Doctor: "What?"


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If you're writing for someone else, check their style guide if they have one, or ask what they prefer. If you're writing for yourself, pick the one you like best.


Freehold DM wrote:
Kajehase wrote:

Wow... I'm actually caught up with the post-reset-canon Star Wars comics in trade paperbacks. (The highlights so far are the Darth Vader ongoing series and the Princess Leia one-shot.

Also, yesterday a bona-fide, written-for-the-BBC comedian liked two of my puns!

I enjoyed the post endor comic.

Me too. Especially the half-page panel just after the battle where you get fractions of conversations and it's everything from "We did it" to "Have you seen so and so," and "Half the squadron done."

And Luke's undercover mission to fetch two bonsai-trees was fun.


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Lady Tilda and the Dragon

*sniffs* No, you're crying!


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Dude, they're so going to ditch you and have fun on their own when they're done with the chess game. Try hitting on the peacock instead.


Wow... I'm actually caught up with the post-reset-canon Star Wars comics in trade paperbacks. (The highlights so far are the Darth Vader ongoing series and the Princess Leia one-shot.

Also, yesterday a bona-fide, written-for-the-BBC comedian liked two of my puns!


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Limeylongears wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
So we're getting second hand weather, too?!
Yeah, but if my twitter timeline is anything to go by, you got it from my parts of the world.

Aha - the weather's going a-viking ;)

Or whatever that is in Old Norse.

Veðrið er að fara Viking?*

** spoiler omitted **

Don't ask me - Old Norse (for lack of a better name) is bloody hard. Easier than 13th century Swedish, though.


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Tacticslion wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
On the other hand, being told I'm unqualified to proctor a high school exam is... a teensy bit grating...

I'm sorry, sir.

I empathize.

Having been turned away from jobs because, "You're over qualified." feels just as grating, especially when there are no other options for jobs.

EDIT: making language clarification. And editing for appearance while I'm there.

Oh, that's NOTHING compared to, "I can't date you! You're too nice!"

EDIT: True story: I had half a dozen very close female friends in high school. But I didn't have my first kiss until I was 19. (After Tim Armstrong gave me my first mohawk and I started wearing leathers and steel-toed boots.) Dating in high school? Nonexistent for me... because whenever I asked, I was told I was "too nice"...
...and now NobodysWife's friends all say, "You're so lucky! NobodysHome is SOOOOOO nice!"

Bitter, much? Naaaaah....

Dude, don't even!

My first kiss was my junior year of college! ;p

(It was the one who would be my wife, incidentally, after I stalked er annoyed uh incessantly talked at and followed everywhere like a really irritating lost puppy who didn't know how to shut up about fictional things that don't matter um had pleasant and interesting conversations with - yeah, that's the one - for a semester, until she graduated and realized she'd really miss the irritating lost puppy who couldn't cease the verbal flow from his constantly-running mouth. Mind, this is after she'd already dumped me three times and told me to get lost and that she wasn't interested... before we'd ever gone out on a date... or I'd requested anything like a date... or made any moves... or any romantic overtures... or stated I liked her... or I'd done anything whatsoever that could, in any way, be construed as 'romantic'-like at...

My first kiss was when I was *thinks* seven.


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Limeylongears wrote:
So we're getting second hand weather, too?!

Yeah, but if my twitter timeline is anything to go by, you got it from my parts of the world.


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It's... snowing...


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I blame Cosmo for me wanting to give Amby a big hug.


Probably not our Lilith.


Rysky wrote:

I Blame Cosmo for the heat.

Seriously, who's genius idea was it to build this place in the middle of the f@!$ing desert?!?!

Billy Wilkerson.


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SLAMS DOOR CARELESSLY Oops. This thing swings a lot looser than I thought.


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Quote:
“I want not to like it, but I do like it, which makes it a deeply irritating book.”


I only have one thing to say at this time:

Red Kangs are best!


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When Donald Sumpter (probably most famous as Maester Luwin in early Game of Thrones seasons these days) appeared as "The President" in the last episode of Doctor Who season 9 (Hell Bent), it was his third appearance on the show.

The first one was as "Enrico Casali" in the 1968 episode The Wheel in Space (with Patrick Troughton as the Doctor), and the second was as "Commander Ridgeway" in the 1972 episode The Sea Devils (with Jon Pertwee as the Doctor).


Time for some thread necromancy

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