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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Oh yes. It is the weekend, and duty calls

Ug. Oh well. You need the money, so it is a good (if annoying) thing. I hope that your night goes well. You working tomorrow and Monday?


Are you at work, Patrick?


~yawns and stretches~ That was a nice nap. But I am now up at 4 am. What to do? Especially since the wife is asleep and I do not want to wake her. ~sighs~ Night shift sucks on sleep schedules.


The problem with having two dogs and seven cats is that they want attention ALL THE TIME!!!


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Celestial Healer wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Don't forget to get some syrup you can parade around when you have company stay over. :-)

For the record, I would totally get the syrup, especially if I can find a place where I can milk the tree directly. :-)

I have an image of you pulling on a maple tree's teat.

That would not be the breast way to do that.


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~yawns and stretches~ Oh well. It would have been nice to have slept longer, but I am awake now. ~yawns~ Sort of.


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Good luck Aranna. I do hope that you do not get sacrificed to protect a scumbag. He will eventually get his, but I hope you are not in the way when it happens.


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TOZ needs to chill out!


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:

Was hoping I'd get out of work early today, but I'm stuck here.

Reading the CFR. :(

** spoiler omitted **

Sounds like fu... ~falls asleep~


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~shrugs~ We are all mutts. It is just that some of us tan better than others. ~glares at Freehold DM~ You are one of them! Stop tanning so much!


Shen's Last Gift


No!!! I loved the movie, but let it go Disney! Not everything needs a sequel.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Van Helsimg is a really bad movie, I'm still not sure if it's entertainingly bad or just bad.

Admittedly, I'm only five minutes in.

Yes.


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~laughter~ Perfect! ~puts on dress~


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Did she hand you a dress and say "It would look good on you!"?


Old house reveals a secret.


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Clump of Mutant Crabgrass wrote:
Rawr! wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

On the plus side, I successfully weeded around my tomato plants and they didn't eat me.

Yet...

Damn it! Where did I put that mutant, killer tomato?

It's probably in Sharoth's lawn.

Nope, i've been keeping Sharoth's yard nice and mangy.

~pulls out The Machete~ You will never win! NEVER!!!


Spoiler:
Yes. Jackie Chan is several of the Street Fighter characters, ending in him playing Chun-Li. He did a very good job at it.


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lynora, maybe this will help out just a bit.

Jackie Chan in City Hunters.


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Jackie Chan in City Hunters.


Smarnil le couard wrote:
JonGarrett wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:
JonGarrett wrote:


I know I'd vote for any leader that promised to exile those three to somewhere cold, harsh and full of angry predators.

Wouldn't that risk exiling them to your country?
I'm British. But no, I was thinking of a small, unmanned island near a polar bear colony.

I was afraid you had Scotland in mind ! It certainly fit the "angry" and "cold" part.

Just pulling your leg...

I don't think he is that mean.


JonGarrett wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:
JonGarrett wrote:


I know I'd vote for any leader that promised to exile those three to somewhere cold, harsh and full of angry predators.

Wouldn't that risk exiling them to your country?
I'm British. But no, I was thinking of a small, unmanned island near a polar bear colony.

That's cold!!!

~grins and runs~


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In other words, no matter what happens, the UK is screwed.


It is a shame that nobody has the guts to say "NO!!! This is a terrible idea! It cause more problems than it fixes! We will not do it!" and "veto" the referendum.


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Coraline is an awesome movie!


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Lindsey Sterling - The Arena.


Sisyphus Automata


~gulp~ It only needs to happen once!


thejeff wrote:
Sharoth wrote:

This quote is funny. "Yes. As Cameron walked back into Number 10 after announcing his resignation, he apparently said "Why should I do all the hard s**t?" "

You are the ass who wanted this and got on the band wagon. Be a man and face up to what you made. I so hope that he is ruined politically and never comes back. I feel sorry for the Brits, having to put up with people like this.

Well, he didn't actually want it. He (stupidly) wanted the referendum, but he was on the Remain side.

My guess is that he thought it would fail and he would gain something out of that. oops!!!


Orfamay Quest wrote:
Sharoth wrote:

This quote is funny. "Yes. As Cameron walked back into Number 10 after announcing his resignation, he apparently said "Why should I do all the hard s**t?" "

You are the ass who wanted this and got on the band wagon.

Who, Cameron? He never wanted this, and he never joined this particular bandwagon. He campaigned -- granted, not well, but incompetence != malice -- against the Leave campaign until the final tallies were in.

I grant that it happened on his watch, and I grant that offering the referendum was a stupid decision from the start, but the backbenchers in Parliament do get to have a say from time to time....

Ah. I was wrong. My apologies. I now see his point of view.


This quote is funny. "Yes. As Cameron walked back into Number 10 after announcing his resignation, he apparently said "Why should I do all the hard s**t?" "

You are the ass who wanted this and got on the band wagon. Be a man and face up to what you made. I so hope that he is ruined politically and never comes back. I feel sorry for the Brits, having to put up with people like this.


I was in the back yard doing some work on Sunday while my two dogs were also out in the yard. It was funny watching a 15 pound dachshund mix chase and be chased by a 75 pound bull terrier mix. The big dog could have torn apart the little one but he was being very gentle.


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Well, off to the doctor again. Trying to unravel the mystery of the ever-expanding monkey

I am worried about my dog, Wilbur. He has been having troubles swallowing and he's been doing this dry heave thing. Of course this would happen when I have precisely 0 dollars to go to the vets :/

~winces~ Look online. It is no vet, but you might just be able to figure out how to help your dog. Oh, and Pat, good luck with the doctor!


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Kajehase wrote:
Someone stole my bicycle. :(

Ouch! I am sorry about that.


Sorry to hear that aeglos. We have been loosing a lot of good people in the past 5 years.


aeglos wrote:
*waves rags goodbye*

~takes Rags away from you and straightens him out~ Yes. That was mean to be waved around. You can go do what you need to now. ~shakes my finger at aeglos~ Don't wave Rags around again. It might hurt his back.

~grins~


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I would love to see the people responsible for the lies that led to this mess held accountable. Sadly, I doubt it will happen.


This is an interesting little article. It makes you think a bit.


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If those two articles are true...?!? wow. Just wow.

I will not be there, but I do hope that all people there will be safe. This election is a crazy one. ~shakes my head~

Edit - I too am not completely trusting of law enforcement or the government. (Long story.) I respect most officers, but I do know there are more than a few bad apples in the bunch.


The Wife's second favorite band.


Ok. So I am not really funny. But at least I try.


tittyblaster69 wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Breathe in, breathe out
That's what she said.

tittiyblaster69, I think that your name is a bust. you might want to cleave it and ago for a different name.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
It's going ok. Someone gave me access to 10 Cloverfield Ln. Good movie so far.

Gave access to the movie or put you THERE?!?

Edit - Yes, I know. I missed the last part.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Closing in on 2nd half of my 16 hours...

I am glad you made it through that shift.


Crimson Jester wrote:
Deep breath

Hey there CJ. It is good to see you. Please take care of yourself.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
I'll tell you though. Some of these tourists. I mean, I go on vacation. I play the tourist. I would never come to someone's home and piss and sh!t all over it like it was nothing while treating the residents like NPC automatons. Guess what? People DO live on Cape Cod. It's more than a beach and a restaurant. Act civilized.

I have a simple solution to those kind of people, thin the gene pool out. The others might think twice or join them. Sadly, those people are ALL OVER!!! We had a contractor or two do some nasty stuff in my office. I felt sorry for my cleaning lady. I also blew my top one day and called the contractors boss and chewed him out. Do not disrespect the place that you work. Or you will not be here for long.

Edit - I wonder if those kind of people have some sort of mental illness that is undiscovered. Calling them jerks is not quite the right call in my book. There is something wrong with them.


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My problem with the night shift (and to a slightly lesser degree the evening shift) is sleep. I get disturbed so much that it is hard to get quality sleep. I am a ass on the best of days and when I do not get enough sleep... Plus I tend to be even more depressed than normal.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Thanks man. Yeah it was hard getting up after 5ish hours and coming back here. I think the toughest thing is working night to day shift. The day shift is inherently busy, since everyone is here, so you are tired from already working eight hours and all of a sudden you are running about doing this and that for everyone who just got to work
That does suck. But at least you know the job and you do not have to think too much there. Small comfort. But it is something. Right?
True. And if it is quiet I have down time. It's not like a manual labor job where I'm worked constantly. I just have to hope that the drunken crazies tourists stay out of trouble tonight.

Just be safe out there. We want you around for a while (unless I am put on the will, then all bets are off!!!).

Edit - If you need to talk to someone, just remember that I am up and available.


How to clean a Litter Robot.

If you have cats, then I can't suggest these enough. Sliced bread is not as good as these are, when they work.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Thanks man. Yeah it was hard getting up after 5ish hours and coming back here. I think the toughest thing is working night to day shift. The day shift is inherently busy, since everyone is here, so you are tired from already working eight hours and all of a sudden you are running about doing this and that for everyone who just got to work

That does suck. But at least you know the job and you do not have to think too much there. Small comfort. But it is something. Right?

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