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lisamarlene wrote:

My fall progress reports for my students are due *tomorrow*, and I haven't started them yet.

My students haven't been able to go outside for recess for two days because the air quality index is too high. They can't wrap their brains around it "because it's sunny and it's not raining out".

Aaaand I had a little girl get dropped off sick as a dog yesterday, throwing up *everywhere*. Her mom tried to say "Oh, she was just complaining about her breakfast."
"Did it have black sesame paste in it?"
"Yes! How... oh."
I'm glad I know what black sesame paste is, or I seriously would have suspected the girl of having PICA.

But on the bright side, I was finally able to run our family Legacy of Fire game for the first time on Monday after a two-month hiatus. And we might even play again (gasp!) this weekend!

What's wrong with black sesame paste?

(Serious question here, all I could find was that it was blackened mushed sesame seeds)
Edit: this IS in fact the sort of question one should ask while naked.


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Rysky wrote:
How f!#%ing long has Sonic been paying its employees on based on tipped wages?

What's amusing is that I use Sonic, the ISP, and have never eaten at Sonic, the restaurant.

So I had a serious WTF moment there...


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The Game Hamster wrote:

Its currently my opinion that there are three basic dog personalities.

Aggressive
Shy
and Never-met-a-stranger.

There are as many personalities of dogs as there in people.

Point of fact: Dogs and people share the same meaning for somewhere around 95% of their facial expressions.


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Rawr! wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Ours howls along with the ambulances that drive by, and gets super excited if you ask him "What happened boy! Did Timmy fall down the old well!"
We’ve got a puggle, and she makes a valiant effort at howling with sirens.

Now Impus Major HAS to visit you. He is obsessed with pugs. Pug calendar on his wall, went as a pug inspector for Halloween last year, pug wool had, pug undies...


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NobodysHome wrote:
Rawr! wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Ours howls along with the ambulances that drive by, and gets super excited if you ask him "What happened boy! Did Timmy fall down the old well!"
We’ve got a puggle, and she makes a valiant effort at howling with sirens.
Now Impus Major HAS to visit you. He is obsessed with pugs. Pug calendar on his wall, went as a pug inspector for Halloween last year, pug wool had, pug undies...

We'd enjoy the visit!

However, Coraline is more beagle than pug. She's got the big pug eyes and a pug-like nose, and her tail curls a bit, but that's all she's got going for her pug-wise. So, IM might be disappointed.


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lisamarlene wrote:

My fall progress reports for my students are due *tomorrow*, and I haven't started them yet.

My students haven't been able to go outside for recess for two days because the air quality index is too high. They can't wrap their brains around it "because it's sunny and it's not raining out".

Aaaand I had a little girl get dropped off sick as a dog yesterday, throwing up *everywhere*. Her mom tried to say "Oh, she was just complaining about her breakfast."
"Did it have black sesame paste in it?"
"Yes! How... oh."
I'm glad I know what black sesame paste is, or I seriously would have suspected the girl of having PICA.

But on the bright side, I was finally able to run our family Legacy of Fire game for the first time on Monday after a two-month hiatus. And we might even play again (gasp!) this weekend!

Impus Minor was complaining that he's had to play Twister at P.E. for 3 days straight. And he's VERY sore...

(Who knew that playing Twister could make you sore?)


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Oh, and "real" fire news: NobodysWife's aunt and uncle were allowed to return to their undamaged home yesterday, so apparently in spite of the headlines firefighters are making progress...


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captain yesterday wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:

Its currently my opinion that there are three basic dog personalities.

Aggressive
Shy
and Never-met-a-stranger.

There are as many personalities of dogs as there in people.

Point of fact: Dogs and people share the same meaning for somewhere around 95% of their facial expressions.

It was a joke based on the fact that when people introduce their dogs they always use one of those three words to describe them.


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I just say "don't worry, he's super friendly"

Honestly though, he doesn't notice actual people unless they enter his sniffing radius, or they scratch his back, he loves a good back scratching.


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Tacticslion wrote:

Sissyl!

If I remember correctly, I think some of your family had problems with schizophrenia (at least at one time), and, though taking anything like advice from a weirdo on the internet is a bad idea, I literally just saw this today and wondered what, if anything, it might be able to do to help?

Sorry if I'm a moron!

meh. It's invega. Invega is the new hotness, sorta kinda. Crazymeds.us might have more info. I havent run a medication group since even before my promotion, so my info is out of date.


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Woot!!

The Spheres of Might .pdf has been released!! Yours truly's eponymous character has been published!!! The art is good, but it ain't quite Syrus. The mechanics are just about right where I'd want 'em, though.

Fun stuff!


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Syrus Terrigan wrote:

Woot!!

The Spheres of Might .pdf has been released!! Yours truly's eponymous character has been published!!! The art is good, but it ain't quite Syrus. The mechanics are just about right where I'd want 'em, though.

Fun stuff!

Congratulations!


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lisamarlene wrote:

My fall progress reports for my students are due *tomorrow*, and I haven't started them yet.

My students haven't been able to go outside for recess for two days because the air quality index is too high. They can't wrap their brains around it "because it's sunny and it's not raining out".

Aaaand I had a little girl get dropped off sick as a dog yesterday, throwing up *everywhere*. Her mom tried to say "Oh, she was just complaining about her breakfast."
"Did it have black sesame paste in it?"
"Yes! How... oh."
I'm glad I know what black sesame paste is, or I seriously would have suspected the girl of having PICA.

But on the bright side, I was finally able to run our family Legacy of Fire game for the first time on Monday after a two-month hiatus. And we might even play again (gasp!) this weekend!

reads post, nods

presses button on desk, which causes desk to slide out of the way, revealing Freehold-sized hole

squeezes through Freehold-sized hole, makes note to get on diet afterwards

slides down chute

lands in underground bunker prius on passenger side

sides over to drivers seat

inputs coordinates to lisamarlenes

watches i-d0 as car does the driving

arrives at Lisamarlenes under cover of darkness

writes reports for students, all of whom are bright and deserve no math homework

leaves pepto for sick little girl, peanut butter for dogs, chocolate cake for whingey wizard

leaves yarn, knitting patterns as calling card

opens window as sun rises, poses heroically

climbs outside gingerly

closes window

gets in prius

drives to lisamarlenes school

uses portable weather dominate to ensure a better weather situation for Friday

leaves convention swag (mostly sailor moon, one punch man posters) as calling card

steals any math books found as targets of opportunity, recycles them into non-math books

returns to work


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NobodysHome wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

My fall progress reports for my students are due *tomorrow*, and I haven't started them yet.

My students haven't been able to go outside for recess for two days because the air quality index is too high. They can't wrap their brains around it "because it's sunny and it's not raining out".

Aaaand I had a little girl get dropped off sick as a dog yesterday, throwing up *everywhere*. Her mom tried to say "Oh, she was just complaining about her breakfast."
"Did it have black sesame paste in it?"
"Yes! How... oh."
I'm glad I know what black sesame paste is, or I seriously would have suspected the girl of having PICA.

But on the bright side, I was finally able to run our family Legacy of Fire game for the first time on Monday after a two-month hiatus. And we might even play again (gasp!) this weekend!

Impus Minor was complaining that he's had to play Twister at P.E. for 3 days straight. And he's VERY sore...

(Who knew that playing Twister could make you sore?)

I did.


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Why yes I did get a Halloween music CD.

But I have a great reason.

I have a teenager I have to embarrass now.

Blasts Sha-Na-Na to emphasize just how embarrassing I can be.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Rawr! wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Ours howls along with the ambulances that drive by, and gets super excited if you ask him "What happened boy! Did Timmy fall down the old well!"
We’ve got a puggle, and she makes a valiant effort at howling with sirens.
Now Impus Major HAS to visit you. He is obsessed with pugs. Pug calendar on his wall, went as a pug inspector for Halloween last year, pug wool had, pug undies...

Undies made of pug?

"Yes, this is Skwootchi, that's right. We loved him; he went to a better place, but at least we have something to remember him by, with a little flap at the back for Emergency Situations"


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Limeylongears wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Rawr! wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Ours howls along with the ambulances that drive by, and gets super excited if you ask him "What happened boy! Did Timmy fall down the old well!"
We’ve got a puggle, and she makes a valiant effort at howling with sirens.
Now Impus Major HAS to visit you. He is obsessed with pugs. Pug calendar on his wall, went as a pug inspector for Halloween last year, pug wool had, pug undies...

Undies made of pug?

"Yes, this is Skwootchi, that's right. We loved him; he went to a better place, but at least we have something to remember him by, with a little flap at the back for Emergency Situations"

Great. Now you've given Impus Major... ideas...


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Ah, Global Megacorpation, will you never cease to amaze and frustrate me?

I did a handoff to my manager yesterday. She kept complaining that my files weren't up-to-date. I kept insisting they were. We started comparing files.

And apparently our official fileserver has a major hiccup in it right now: If you upload an updated version of a file, it updates the timestamp, but not the file itself.

So I'm sitting here telling my manager, "No; they should be fine, the timestamps are all OK!"
"But I told you to fix this!"
"I DID!"
Downloads correctly-timestamped server version
"%^&%*#&!"


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captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Drejk wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Aaand... NobodysWife has picked out my Halloween costume.

That's perfect, because (since I've never seen pictures) I was going to suggest "N.H. 30 years ago in his serious punk phase".

20 years ago.

Also, huh, Joakim is my age. I am not sure if I should feel old or young...

Sorry, nope. I was an '80s punker from roughly 1984-1992. That would be... 30 years ago.

I'm late 80s and early 90s onward.

Absolutely love California punk.

30 years ago I was 8.

flexes young, taut body


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I was eleven.

Does one handed push-ups.


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I was also eight.

Snorts. Paws the ground. Tosses horns. Emits virile bellows.


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I was...
Not born?
Flexes younger, but not as taut, and definitely more furry body*


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I was two.

EDIT: edits, or whatever


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It's 60 degrees, so no hat.

It's drizzling though, which evidently is cause to wear jackets... Oh come on, umbrellas now!

Damn parents today, can't handle inclement weather, why back in my day...

I'm wearing shorts and my Pac Man back in the day T-shirt, I'm not cold in the slightest and the drizzle isn't even enough to make my clothes wet.


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Another cool drizzly day! Woo! I got to wear my new sweatshirt today. It says yay on the front in sparkly letters, and thanks to the good weather it isn't a totally sarcastic yay today. Just mostly sarcastic. Parent teacher conferences this evening mean there is definitely a good deal of sarcasm to that yay. Indubitably more as the evening goes on.


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And here's a shameless plug for my proposed SWEU PbP:

After KotOR II


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captain yesterday wrote:

I was eleven.

Does one handed push-ups.

I was 20, and could do one handed push-ups.


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The Game Hamster wrote:


What's wrong with black sesame paste?
(Serious question here, all I could find was that it was blackened mushed sesame seeds)
Edit: this IS in fact the sort of question one should ask while naked.

As an ingredient, nothing; it's delicious in mochi dumplings or in ice cream.

As the primary component in kindergartner hurlage, it's... not pretty.


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lynora wrote:
Another cool drizzly day! Woo! I got to wear my new sweatshirt today. It says yay on the front in sparkly letters, and thanks to the good weather it isn't a totally sarcastic yay today. Just mostly sarcastic. Parent teacher conferences this evening mean there is definitely a good deal of sarcasm to that yay. Indubitably more as the evening goes on.

makes it rain more


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NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

I was eleven.

Does one handed push-ups.

I was 20, and could do one handed push-ups.

wow.

You're old!

notes that all NobodysHome chocolate cake should have increased fiber from now on, Nobodyswife, lisamarlene should likewise be informed of my comparative youth, virility, innocence


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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

I was eleven.

Does one handed push-ups.

I was 20, and could do one handed push-ups.

wow.

You're old!

notes that all NobodysHome chocolate cake should have increased fiber from now on, Nobodyswife, lisamarlene should likewise be informed of my comparative youth, virility, innocence

Grabs Freehold gently but firmly and holds him close to his bosom.

No cake for you young man, it's almost supper time!


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Cap Yesterday, Mister Mom Dude wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

I was eleven.

Does one handed push-ups.

I was 20, and could do one handed push-ups.

wow.

You're old!

notes that all NobodysHome chocolate cake should have increased fiber from now on, Nobodyswife, lisamarlene should likewise be informed of my comparative youth, virility, innocence

Grabs Freehold gently but firmly and holds him close to his bosom.

No cake for you young man, it's almost supper time!

help.


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Jack Palance was even older when he did one-handed push-ups on stage at the Oscars. In a tux. Because he could.

Never piss off a kindly old man who smiles too much.


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My lesbian friend complimented my old physique today whilst drunk. I'm most pleased.


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It was 4 years before I was born today exactly 30 years ago.

Silver Crusade

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lisamarlene wrote:

Jack Palance was even older when he did one-handed push-ups on stage at the Oscars. In a tux. Because he could.

Never piss off a kindly old man who smiles too much.

Or who can turn into bat dragon beast that can bite swords in half.


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doctor_wu wrote:
It was 4 years before I was born today exactly 30 years ago.

A very merry, un-birthday, time wibbly wobbly thingamajig!

Silver Crusade

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NobodysHome wrote:
doctor_wu wrote:
It was 4 years before I was born today exactly 30 years ago.

A very merry, un-birthday, time wibbly wobbly thingamajig!

Happy Birthday, Doctor_wu!


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NobodysHome wrote:
doctor_wu wrote:
It was 4 years before I was born today exactly 30 years ago.

A very merry, un-birthday, time wibbly wobbly thingamajig!

That was my shtick...


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doctor_wu wrote:
It was 4 years before I was born today exactly 30 years ago.

Happy birthday to wu!


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Tacticslion wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
All the 4G speed on my Hotspot is gone. Posting is a pain, right now. And downloading something I just bought is impossible. I'll try to download from the library, tomorrow. I guess I'm done for the night. Good night, everyone.

:/

Hope things go better!

They will once I buy next month's airtime. It's just that my hotspot burns through the 4G first. Wish I knew how to save the 4G for the things that matter, like downloading.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
All the 4G speed on my Hotspot is gone. Posting is a pain, right now. And downloading something I just bought is impossible. I'll try to download from the library, tomorrow. I guess I'm done for the night. Good night, everyone.

:/

Hope things go better!

They will once I buy next month's airtime. It's just that my hotspot burns through the 4G first. Wish I knew how to save the 4G for the things that matter, like downloading.

I'll ask Hi, since at the moment he's living out of his car and using prepaid mobile for his internet connection. He's extremely tech-savvy, and may know a trick or two.

(And don't worry, lisamarlene, it's by choice, not by necessity. Hi's an odd duck. He can get a hotel room whenever he needs one, and our studio is always open to him. He just chooses not to own a home, nor rent from a landlord.)


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doctor_wu wrote:
It was 4 years before I was born today exactly 30 years ago.

Happy Birthday, Doctor Wu!


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Happy Birthday, Doctor Wu!! :)


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HAPPY BIRTHDAY WU


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NobodysHome wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
All the 4G speed on my Hotspot is gone. Posting is a pain, right now. And downloading something I just bought is impossible. I'll try to download from the library, tomorrow. I guess I'm done for the night. Good night, everyone.

:/

Hope things go better!

They will once I buy next month's airtime. It's just that my hotspot burns through the 4G first. Wish I knew how to save the 4G for the things that matter, like downloading.

I'll ask Hi, since at the moment he's living out of his car and using prepaid mobile for his internet connection. He's extremely tech-savvy, and may know a trick or two.

(And don't worry, lisamarlene, it's by choice, not by necessity. Hi's an odd duck. He can get a hotel room whenever he needs one, and our studio is always open to him. He just chooses not to own a home, nor rent from a landlord.)

Less worried about Hi at the moment than I am about Shiro.

You can tell by the odd grammatical structure.


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NobodysHome wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
All the 4G speed on my Hotspot is gone. Posting is a pain, right now. And downloading something I just bought is impossible. I'll try to download from the library, tomorrow. I guess I'm done for the night. Good night, everyone.

:/

Hope things go better!

They will once I buy next month's airtime. It's just that my hotspot burns through the 4G first. Wish I knew how to save the 4G for the things that matter, like downloading.

I'll ask Hi, since at the moment he's living out of his car and using prepaid mobile for his internet connection. He's extremely tech-savvy, and may know a trick or two.

(And don't worry, lisamarlene, it's by choice, not by necessity. Hi's an odd duck. He can get a hotel room whenever he needs one, and our studio is always open to him. He just chooses not to own a home, nor rent from a landlord.)

hi sounds weird.


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lisamarlene wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
All the 4G speed on my Hotspot is gone. Posting is a pain, right now. And downloading something I just bought is impossible. I'll try to download from the library, tomorrow. I guess I'm done for the night. Good night, everyone.

:/

Hope things go better!

They will once I buy next month's airtime. It's just that my hotspot burns through the 4G first. Wish I knew how to save the 4G for the things that matter, like downloading.

I'll ask Hi, since at the moment he's living out of his car and using prepaid mobile for his internet connection. He's extremely tech-savvy, and may know a trick or two.

(And don't worry, lisamarlene, it's by choice, not by necessity. Hi's an odd duck. He can get a hotel room whenever he needs one, and our studio is always open to him. He just chooses not to own a home, nor rent from a landlord.)

Less worried about Hi at the moment than I am about Shiro.

You can tell by the odd grammatical structure.

does shiro need help?


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May I ask who is Shiro? I've seen this name come up a lot all over the place, often related to poor food choices xD


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Hmm... there's the whole "privacy" thing, where I don't post information about my friends unless they've given me explicit permission to do so.

So I believe that I can say that:
(a) Shiro underwent planned surgery today
(b) His life is not in any immediate danger

I happen to know that he's OK because his son has already made sure he's settled in for his stay at the hospital and said son is coming up to do Bowl'd with us tonight.

And yes, Hi is weird. It's why he and I get along so well.

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