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Kileanna wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
I can not afford a plane ticket to Spain. (Or anything in the spain area really)
Huh. I probably could. I would starve to death afterwards, and not paid my bills, but I think I could. At least until I go pay bills.

Oh, but you would be welcome to stay here. I could find a use for a red dragon.

Sorry for disappearing for so long, but too few time to do everything!

She returns!

My summoning spell works!


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
I can not afford a plane ticket to Spain. (Or anything in the spain area really)

Reading Vidmaster's quotes out of context is really delightful, like the old Monty Python sketch with the phrase book.

"Mystery solved!"
"I cannot afford a plane ticket to Spain."
"My hovercraft is full of eels."

Yeah, I know he posted other stuff, but reading random things is how FAWTL roll.

It won't let me like it more then once!
Create accounts for Vidmaster8 through 17, and keep clicking.

OR...

You could finally resurrect your 2-6 brethren...


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The Game Hamster wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
It's true that money cannot buy happiness. However, crying is much more comfortable in a new BMW than on a beat up old bicycle.
true fact: money and happiness do correlate until you get above the poverty line. turns out going hungry not having medical treatment when its needed and struggling to live week to week does not a happy person make.

I've lived my entire life well below the poverty line here in the US.

Turns out, poor people in the US have two cars, food every night, and a couple of pets, and sometimes a house of their own, if they budget well.
OR
They can be drug addicts who waste all their money, and then live out on the street starving and high.
Granted, there are those with absolutely nothing, but the government is so generous with the handouts, that living on the streets is mostly (noted not always) reserved for morons here.

That is gonna vary WIDELY on a case per case basis. of course statistics aren't based on one particular individual's story its A large number of people across time.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
It's true that money cannot buy happiness. However, crying is much more comfortable in a new BMW than on a beat up old bicycle.
true fact: money and happiness do correlate until you get above the poverty line. turns out going hungry not having medical treatment when its needed and struggling to live week to week does not a happy person make.

I've lived my entire life well below the poverty line here in the US.

Turns out, poor people in the US have two cars, food every night, and a couple of pets, and sometimes a house of their own, if they budget well.
OR
They can be drug addicts who waste all their money, and then live out on the street starving and high.
Granted, there are those with absolutely nothing, but the government is so generous with the handouts, that living on the streets is mostly (noted not always) reserved for morons here.
That is gonna vary WIDELY on a case per case basis. of course statistics aren't based on one particular individual's story its A large number of people across time.

Granted.

Of course, living close to Parkersburg all my life doesn't help with my cynical thoughts toward "homeless" people, as ALL (yes, ALL) the people in Parkersburg, WV who panhandle, actually do it to earn "tax-free" money, and lived quite well on what they earned, so they kept doing it. It's so bad there, that they had to ban panhandling. Now, the law-abiding citizen who could use the generosity of their fellow Americans can't get it, and the police have to many scoundrels to deal with there to keep them all from doing it.
It's a mess.


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I used to be homeless, more than once in fact, both my parents were working, s!!# happens.

Don't judge people until you walk in their shoes


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captain yesterday wrote:

I used to be homeless, more than once in fact, both my parents were working, s~~# happens.

Don't judge people until you walk in their shoes

I said that their are people who are genuinely in trouble, or who need stuff.

I just dislike it when people take advantage of people thinking that they are in need and use it to avoid work, and make people like me, who enjoys helping people, skeptical about people who are truly in need!
I dislike people who abuse the system, not those who need the system.


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The Game Hamster wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

I used to be homeless, more than once in fact, both my parents were working, s~~# happens.

Don't judge people until you walk in their shoes

I said that their are people who are genuinely in trouble, or who need stuff.

I just dislike it when people take advantage of people thinking that they are in need and use it to avoid work, and make people like me, who enjoys helping people, skeptical about people who are truly in need!
I dislike people who abuse the system, not those who need the system.

Listen, just because some lazy a~*!#+*s sit at stoplights with signs doesn't mean you should be skeptical of others in need.

Please don't let the actions of a few dampen your generosity, please.


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captain yesterday wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

I used to be homeless, more than once in fact, both my parents were working, s~~# happens.

Don't judge people until you walk in their shoes

I said that their are people who are genuinely in trouble, or who need stuff.

I just dislike it when people take advantage of people thinking that they are in need and use it to avoid work, and make people like me, who enjoys helping people, skeptical about people who are truly in need!
I dislike people who abuse the system, not those who need the system.

Listen, just because some lazy a~+$*+&s sit at stoplights with signs doesn't mean you should be skeptical of others in need.

Please don't let the actions of a few dampen your generosity, please.

I try not to, but some days it is difficult.

I saw the post you removed, and I am sorry to have upset you.
I am willing to let sleeping dogs lie, and avoid the subject from here on out.


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You're good, overreaction on my part and all.

No worries. :-)


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Turns out morning swim in the cold dude is a friend of mine, it truly is a small world.


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Six degrees of Kevin Bacon and all that stuff right?


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I honestly wasn't expecting the guy swimming laps in fifty degrees wearing a stocking cap to say "Oh hey Captain Yesterday, how's it going!"


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captain yesterday wrote:
Lower back still tight, but s*&% gots to get done today, so.

Maybe if you'd stop shoving your weird-a$$ midwestern weather our way, your back would improve.

I swear -- 88 at 3:00 pm, then suddenly it's overcast and starts pouring rain, then a thunderstorm, then it drops 20 degrees in under an hour...
...that's not OUR weather.

Where's Freehold?


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NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Lower back still tight, but s*&% gots to get done today, so.

Maybe if you'd stop shoving your weird-a$$ midwestern weather our way, your back would improve.

I swear -- 88 at 3:00 pm, then suddenly it's overcast and starts pouring rain, then a thunderstorm, then it drops 20 degrees in under an hour...
...that's not OUR weather.

Where's Freehold?

Maybe you got stuck in a dimensional warp. Are any of the locals suddenly extolling the virtues of Bart Starr or milking cows.


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The Game Hamster wrote:
Kileanna wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
I can not afford a plane ticket to Spain. (Or anything in the spain area really)
Huh. I probably could. I would starve to death afterwards, and not paid my bills, but I think I could. At least until I go pay bills.

Oh, but you would be welcome to stay here. I could find a use for a red dragon.

Sorry for disappearing for so long, but too few time to do everything!

She returns!

My summoning spell works!

Or, you can do as I did, and just send a message.


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I just assumed she was hard at work.


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captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Lower back still tight, but s*&% gots to get done today, so.

Maybe if you'd stop shoving your weird-a$$ midwestern weather our way, your back would improve.

I swear -- 88 at 3:00 pm, then suddenly it's overcast and starts pouring rain, then a thunderstorm, then it drops 20 degrees in under an hour...
...that's not OUR weather.

Where's Freehold?

Maybe you got stuck in a dimensional warp. Are any of the locals suddenly extolling the virtues of Bart Starr or milking cows.

Er... I live right next to Berkeley. What our locals do defies description...


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Sorry, no mirrors around here. Not in the whole hotel. And certainly not over the fireplace 15' from me.

First line of defense against incoming vampires?

Have you been told during your orientation to never say "welcome, you may come in" to guests until you check if you can see their reflection in the mirror?


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Apparently our neighborhood is the trendy place to deposit stolen vehicles this summer.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Apparently our neighborhood is the trendy place to deposit stolen vehicles this summer.

That blows. What do they do, steal cars just for joyrides and leave them in your neighborhood?


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Whoever made me a present, thank you so much!
I don't know who did it but it is greatly appreciated!!!

BTW, despite being half offline, I keep updating the art thread and my campaign journal from time to time.

When I am done with my last picture I'll post some of my latest ones.


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*Pops out from behind a tree, followed by a tiny owlbear*
*Whatever happened on this time that she was away will always remain a mystery*


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captain yesterday wrote:
Apparently our neighborhood is the trendy place to deposit stolen vehicles this summer.

Do you happen to live near a Denny's?

Because in my ill-spent youth, I know that the felonious types in my greater circle of acquaintances would follow the script:
(1) Get roaring drunk
(2) Steal a car and drive it around
(3) Get hungry
(4) Go to Denny's, completely forgetting the stolen car

Ah, class of '85. More felonies committed by that class than by any other class in the history of Albany High...

(And in a complete and silly side note, my claim to fame is that I let the football team shave my head just before picture day, and the photo company drew hair on me in my senior picture. Yep. Weirdness.)


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Nina, Kileanna's Familiar wrote:

*Pops out from behind a tree, followed by a tiny owlbear*

*Whatever happened on this time that she was away will always remain a mystery*

I believe it involved horny bears...


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John Napier 698 wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Apparently our neighborhood is the trendy place to deposit stolen vehicles this summer.
That blows. What do they do, steal cars just for joyrides and leave them in your neighborhood?

Apparently yes.

At least they aren't stealing them from the neighborhood, I guess.


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Do I get James Cameron's Avatar for a dollar... I think I'd rather have the dollar.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
My dog used to constantly chase people on bicycles. I thought it was hilarious, but apparently not everyone else did. Eventually the police received so many complaints that they came and took away his bike.

as someone who has a longstanding enmity with dogs as a cyclist, I find this HILARIOUS.


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NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Lower back still tight, but s*&% gots to get done today, so.

Maybe if you'd stop shoving your weird-a$$ midwestern weather our way, your back would improve.

I swear -- 88 at 3:00 pm, then suddenly it's overcast and starts pouring rain, then a thunderstorm, then it drops 20 degrees in under an hour...
...that's not OUR weather.

Where's Freehold?

over here, looking for a new weather dominator. This one did nothing to help with the horrid weather.


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Nina, Kileanna's Familiar wrote:

*Pops out from behind a tree, followed by a tiny owlbear*

*Whatever happened on this time that she was away will always remain a mystery*

YES


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Kileanna wrote:

Whoever made me a present, thank you so much!

I don't know who did it but it is greatly appreciated!!!

BTW, despite being half offline, I keep updating the art thread and my campaign journal from time to time.

When I am done with my last picture I'll post some of my latest ones.

*hugs*


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Why am I getting suggested videos on Facebook from 'Torah In A Minute' warning me not to play with myself, featuring nuggets of Rabbinical wisdom interspersed with late '80s heavy metal graphics?


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Limeylongears wrote:
Why am I getting suggested videos on Facebook from 'Torah In A Minute' warning me not to play with myself, featuring nuggets of Rabbinical wisdom interspersed with late '80s heavy metal graphics?

Beats me. Just ignore them, like I do the suggested videos on Youtube.


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Limeylongears wrote:
Why am I getting suggested videos on Facebook from 'Torah In A Minute' warning me not to play with myself, featuring nuggets of Rabbinical wisdom interspersed with late '80s heavy metal graphics?

because Facebook is evil.


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Limeylongears wrote:
Why am I getting suggested videos on Facebook from 'Torah In A Minute' warning me not to play with myself, featuring nuggets of Rabbinical wisdom interspersed with late '80s heavy metal graphics?

Can you provide links?

This sounds hilarious.


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My hair is long and luxurious enough I've been getting burrs stuck in it.

I anticipate a full transformation into a golden retriever by 2019.


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captain yesterday wrote:

My hair is long and luxurious enough I've been getting burrs stuck in it.

I anticipate a full transformation into a golden retriever by 2019.

pics or it didn't happen.


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Pics of my hair, with the burrs in my hair or my eventual transformation into a Wereretriever.


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So... while thunderstorms aren't impossible around here, they're exceedingly rare -- maybe once a decade or so.

So after getting a nice lightning storm yesterday (I'm sure you can Google "San Francisco lightning" and get some nice pictures) and the really bizarre weather I described, today's been more weirdness: We usually have humidity that really isn't noticeable -- I Googled it and it says we average 79%, but that just seems wrong, as it never feels humid around here. The average probably includes the fog or something.

Today is muggy and more humid than I recall it ever being, it's in the high 70's, and we're supposed to get more thunderstorms this afternoon.

WTH, Freehold? Since when did you become Heat Miser?


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captain yesterday wrote:
Pics of my hair, with the burrs in my hair or my eventual transformation into a Wereretriever.

...yes...


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NobodysHome wrote:

So... while thunderstorms aren't impossible around here, they're exceedingly rare -- maybe once a decade or so.

So after getting a nice lightning storm yesterday (I'm sure you can Google "San Francisco lightning" and get some nice pictures) and the really bizarre weather I described, today's been more weirdness: We usually have humidity that really isn't noticeable -- I Googled it and it says we average 79%, but that just seems wrong, as it never feels humid around here. The average probably includes the fog or something.

Today is muggy and more humid than I recall it ever being, it's in the high 70's, and we're supposed to get more thunderstorms this afternoon.

WTH, Freehold? Since when did you become Heat Miser?

So no one is casually wearing a block of cheese on their heads or eating a brat for breakfast or letting their cow graze in the yard.


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The Game Hamster wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Why am I getting suggested videos on Facebook from 'Torah In A Minute' warning me not to play with myself, featuring nuggets of Rabbinical wisdom interspersed with late '80s heavy metal graphics?

Can you provide links?

This sounds hilarious.

U wanna linky, call the Longears


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captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

So... while thunderstorms aren't impossible around here, they're exceedingly rare -- maybe once a decade or so.

So after getting a nice lightning storm yesterday (I'm sure you can Google "San Francisco lightning" and get some nice pictures) and the really bizarre weather I described, today's been more weirdness: We usually have humidity that really isn't noticeable -- I Googled it and it says we average 79%, but that just seems wrong, as it never feels humid around here. The average probably includes the fog or something.

Today is muggy and more humid than I recall it ever being, it's in the high 70's, and we're supposed to get more thunderstorms this afternoon.

WTH, Freehold? Since when did you become Heat Miser?

So no one is casually wearing a block of cheese on their heads or eating a brat for breakfast or letting their cow graze in the yard.

There was a bloke feeding a horse out of a bucket on the street when I was walking home from the bus stop.


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Linky Longears wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Why am I getting suggested videos on Facebook from 'Torah In A Minute' warning me not to play with myself, featuring nuggets of Rabbinical wisdom interspersed with late '80s heavy metal graphics?

Can you provide links?

This sounds hilarious.
U wanna linky, call the Longears

That was great!

Thanks.


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Limeylongears wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

So... while thunderstorms aren't impossible around here, they're exceedingly rare -- maybe once a decade or so.

So after getting a nice lightning storm yesterday (I'm sure you can Google "San Francisco lightning" and get some nice pictures) and the really bizarre weather I described, today's been more weirdness: We usually have humidity that really isn't noticeable -- I Googled it and it says we average 79%, but that just seems wrong, as it never feels humid around here. The average probably includes the fog or something.

Today is muggy and more humid than I recall it ever being, it's in the high 70's, and we're supposed to get more thunderstorms this afternoon.

WTH, Freehold? Since when did you become Heat Miser?

So no one is casually wearing a block of cheese on their heads or eating a brat for breakfast or letting their cow graze in the yard.
There was a bloke feeding a horse out of a bucket on the street when I was walking home from the bus stop.

You might be in Montana.


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captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

So... while thunderstorms aren't impossible around here, they're exceedingly rare -- maybe once a decade or so.

So after getting a nice lightning storm yesterday (I'm sure you can Google "San Francisco lightning" and get some nice pictures) and the really bizarre weather I described, today's been more weirdness: We usually have humidity that really isn't noticeable -- I Googled it and it says we average 79%, but that just seems wrong, as it never feels humid around here. The average probably includes the fog or something.

Today is muggy and more humid than I recall it ever being, it's in the high 70's, and we're supposed to get more thunderstorms this afternoon.

WTH, Freehold? Since when did you become Heat Miser?

So no one is casually wearing a block of cheese on their heads or eating a brat for breakfast or letting their cow graze in the yard.

So... lisamarlene lives nearby, so I cannot completely deny someone possibly eating a brat for breakfast.

Otherwise, no cows or cheeseheads visible at the moment...


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The kids have found a patch of wildflowers with seed pods that explode with seeds when you pick them, we're going to be here awhile.


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NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

So... while thunderstorms aren't impossible around here, they're exceedingly rare -- maybe once a decade or so.

So after getting a nice lightning storm yesterday (I'm sure you can Google "San Francisco lightning" and get some nice pictures) and the really bizarre weather I described, today's been more weirdness: We usually have humidity that really isn't noticeable -- I Googled it and it says we average 79%, but that just seems wrong, as it never feels humid around here. The average probably includes the fog or something.

Today is muggy and more humid than I recall it ever being, it's in the high 70's, and we're supposed to get more thunderstorms this afternoon.

WTH, Freehold? Since when did you become Heat Miser?

So no one is casually wearing a block of cheese on their heads or eating a brat for breakfast or letting their cow graze in the yard.

So... lisamarlene lives nearby, so I cannot completely deny someone possibly eating a brat for breakfast

pauses, opens mouth


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Cap'n Yesterday, FaWtL Tourism wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

So... while thunderstorms aren't impossible around here, they're exceedingly rare -- maybe once a decade or so.

So after getting a nice lightning storm yesterday (I'm sure you can Google "San Francisco lightning" and get some nice pictures) and the really bizarre weather I described, today's been more weirdness: We usually have humidity that really isn't noticeable -- I Googled it and it says we average 79%, but that just seems wrong, as it never feels humid around here. The average probably includes the fog or something.

Today is muggy and more humid than I recall it ever being, it's in the high 70's, and we're supposed to get more thunderstorms this afternoon.

WTH, Freehold? Since when did you become Heat Miser?

So no one is casually wearing a block of cheese on their heads or eating a brat for breakfast or letting their cow graze in the yard.
There was a bloke feeding a horse out of a bucket on the street when I was walking home from the bus stop.
You might be in Montana.

I might be moving there soon.

Just to raise me up a crop of:

Dental floss.


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Don't forget gelatin.


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Linky Longears wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Why am I getting suggested videos on Facebook from 'Torah In A Minute' warning me not to play with myself, featuring nuggets of Rabbinical wisdom interspersed with late '80s heavy metal graphics?

Can you provide links?

This sounds hilarious.
U wanna linky, call the Longears

So I watched it... waiting for a punchline...

The fact that it was serious was seriously depressing.

Seriously?:
So, since spilling seed is worse than all other sins, I guess if you have the choice between killing a man and masturbating, you should go ahead and kill the dude.

Mm hm.

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