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Happy birthday to the spawnling, Tact.


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~looks down and gets dressed~ That is not what I meant.


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NobodysHome wrote:
So I'm trying to make myself some lime water for the afternoon, but some so-and-so broke all the caps on all my bottles of lime juice...

Hahahahahahahah!


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NobodysHome wrote:

So, being an ex-punker and Tae Kwon Do enthusiast, I loved loved LOVED my steel-toed motorcycle boots.

Unfortunately:
(1) They were really impractical for day-to-day wear, even though I wore them anyway, and
(2) They really weren't built to last.

So as part of our Halloween budget, I snuck in these. I was really worried, as I'm normally a 9.5 4E, but they only went to 2E so I got a 10.5 2E. But I have them on now, and they're sooooooooo comfy! And I want to kick things!

Hey, Impus Major!

Hmmm... Conversion chart says it might be a bit above my size, US 9.5-10 would be more like it...

No idea what 2/4E is, though. Maybe that would be difference making regular boot lengths terribly unreliable for me?


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*sends a team of kobold ninja to steal NH's boots along with Impii gaming computers, and some spare laptops*


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Drejk wrote:

...

Hmmm... Conversion chart says it might be a bit above my size, US 9.5-10 would be more like it...

No idea what 2/4E is, though. Maybe that would be difference making regular boot lengths terribly unreliable for me?

It's foot width.


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Does anyone have any idea when RWBY Volume 5, episode 1 goes live for us non subscribers?


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Sharoth wrote:
Does anyone have any idea when RWBY Volume 5, episode 1 goes live for us non subscribers?

I think Tuesday on RoosterTeeth, then Saturday on YouTube. I'm waiting for YouTube. The few times I've tried to watch something on RoosterTeeth, I've had weird glitches.


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My ex used to hit me with stringed instruments. I wish I'd known about her history of violins.


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Jehovah's Witnesses don't celebrate Halloween. I guess they don't like it when random strangers come to their house.


My co-worker's wife is 6 months pregnant. She asked me if I wanted to put my hand on the baby. Apparently she meant from the outside.


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I can count the number of times I've visited Chernobyl on one hand. It's seven.


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Why did the snowwoman delete her Tinder account? She was tired of all the snow cone pics she got sent.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
I can count the number of times I've visited Chernobyl on one hand. It's seven.

Radical!


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Why did the snowwoman divorce her husband? She found out he was seeing a snowblower on the side.


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I'm gonna put this here just in case:

Please don't take offense at any of the jokes. They are meant in good fun.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Jehovah's Witnesses don't celebrate Halloween. I guess they don't like it when random strangers come to their house.

I had a jehovahs witness visit my house once apparently he was afraid of cats. Our cat was rubbing up against his leg wanting some petting and he asked me if I could do something about the cat because he is afraid of them (which explained why he was shaking so much.) So I pick the cat up to it would leave him alone and he couldn't even look my directions he handed me a brochure then and left quickly. was such a weird expereince.


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gran rey de los disclaimer wrote:

I'm gonna put this here just in case:

Please don't take offense at any of the jokes. They are meant in good fun.

This is hilarious!!!


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Jehovah's Witnesses don't celebrate Halloween. I guess they don't like it when random strangers come to their house.
I had a jehovahs witness visit my house once apparently he was afraid of cats. Our cat was rubbing up against his leg wanting some petting and he asked me if I could do something about the cat because he is afraid of them (which explained why he was shaking so much.) So I pick the cat up to it would leave him alone and he couldn't even look my directions he handed me a brochure then and left quickly. was such a weird expereince.

So, you're saying my three cats are why I only ever got a letter from them?


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Lego Technic RC Mark V tank


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Sissyl wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Jehovah's Witnesses don't celebrate Halloween. I guess they don't like it when random strangers come to their house.
I had a jehovahs witness visit my house once apparently he was afraid of cats. Our cat was rubbing up against his leg wanting some petting and he asked me if I could do something about the cat because he is afraid of them (which explained why he was shaking so much.) So I pick the cat up to it would leave him alone and he couldn't even look my directions he handed me a brochure then and left quickly. was such a weird expereince.
So, you're saying my three cats are why I only ever got a letter from them?

I doubt every jehovahs witness is deathly afraid of cats but you never know


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
I've opened up Napoleon: Total War, and it would appear the British Admirality helped themselves to a generous portion of Stupid Flakes at breakfast.

I'd blame the rum ration (half a pint a day, as an alternative to eight pints of beer, fact fans!) if I were you.


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Tiger and Bunny is now on Netflix.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Jehovah's Witnesses don't celebrate Halloween. I guess they don't like it when random strangers come to their house.
I had a jehovahs witness visit my house once apparently he was afraid of cats. Our cat was rubbing up against his leg wanting some petting and he asked me if I could do something about the cat because he is afraid of them (which explained why he was shaking so much.) So I pick the cat up to it would leave him alone and he couldn't even look my directions he handed me a brochure then and left quickly. was such a weird expereince.

I had a jehovah's witness stop by during butchering season.

According to the sheriff that talked to my dad afterwards, i probably shouldn't have answered the door covered in blood, holding a bloody knife and encouraging them to come inside for a discussion.

afterwards, Dad gave me an encouraging squeeze of the shoulder and said "good job!"


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It's 14 degrees warmer today at this time then it was yesterday.

Such is autumn on the tundra.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Jehovah's Witnesses don't celebrate Halloween. I guess they don't like it when random strangers come to their house.
I had a jehovahs witness visit my house once apparently he was afraid of cats. Our cat was rubbing up against his leg wanting some petting and he asked me if I could do something about the cat because he is afraid of them (which explained why he was shaking so much.) So I pick the cat up to it would leave him alone and he couldn't even look my directions he handed me a brochure then and left quickly. was such a weird expereince.

I had a jehovah's witness stop by during butchering season.

According to the sheriff that talked to my dad afterwards, i probably shouldn't have answered the door covered in blood, holding a bloody knife and encouraging them to come inside for a discussion.

afterwards, Dad gave me an encouraging squeeze of the shoulder and said "good job!"

This is amaaaaaaaaazing.


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Kids keep coming up to me on the playground expecting me to mediate disputes. I just tell them to find a teacher as I don't work there.


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Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Jehovah's Witnesses don't celebrate Halloween. I guess they don't like it when random strangers come to their house.
I had a jehovahs witness visit my house once apparently he was afraid of cats. Our cat was rubbing up against his leg wanting some petting and he asked me if I could do something about the cat because he is afraid of them (which explained why he was shaking so much.) So I pick the cat up to it would leave him alone and he couldn't even look my directions he handed me a brochure then and left quickly. was such a weird expereince.

I had a jehovah's witness stop by during butchering season.

According to the sheriff that talked to my dad afterwards, i probably shouldn't have answered the door covered in blood, holding a bloody knife and encouraging them to come inside for a discussion.

afterwards, Dad gave me an encouraging squeeze of the shoulder and said "good job!"

This is amaaaaaaaaazing.

My Mother-in-law's response to all door-to-door evangelicals is to invite them in, quite graciously, for a cup of tea.

And then she talks to them.
And talks.
And talks.
And maybe even reads them some of her poetry.
And sounds genuinely disappointed when she says they don't come back.

She was quite affronted when I suggested that she did it on purpose; she called it "proper southern hospitality".

I wisely kept my mouth shut at that point.


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Well, she's not wrong...

XD


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My dad being a high school chemistry teacher, Quaker minister, amateur paranormal investigator, and once tried to become a Buddhist monk (he talked too much) is also all too eager to talk to them.

I always liked their expressions as soon as they realized the depth of the conversation they found themselves locked into.


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Tacticslion wrote:

Well, she's not wrong...

XD

As the "only Yankee in the family", as my husband's grandmother once put it (she also used to refer to me as "that little Yankee gal". Since I'm 5'8", the "little" was meant dismissively)...

Well, let's just say I have a different opinion of what "proper Southern hospitality" means than they do.


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captain yesterday wrote:

My dad being a high school chemistry teacher, Quaker minister, amateur paranormal investigator, and once tried to become a Buddhist monk (he talked too much) is also all too eager to talk to them.

I always liked their expressions as soon as they realized the depth of the conversation they found themselves locked into.

HAH!

... it's like you know me. o.O


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lisamarlene wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

Well, she's not wrong...

XD

As the "only Yankee in the family", as my husband's grandmother once put it (she also used to refer to me as "that little Yankee gal". Since I'm 5'8", the "little" was meant dismissively)...

Well, let's just say I have a different opinion of what "proper Southern hospitality" means than they do.

HAH!

... it's like you know me. o.O


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Freehold DM wrote:
I thought we already did that.

We do as much as we can, my dude. As much as we can.


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lisamarlene wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

Well, she's not wrong...

XD

As the "only Yankee in the family", as my husband's grandmother once put it (she also used to refer to me as "that little Yankee gal". Since I'm 5'8", the "little" was meant dismissively)...

Well, let's just say I have a different opinion of what "proper Southern hospitality" means than they do.

I know how ugly that can get. Sorry you have to deal.


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Since I know some of you work/have worked in finance or related areas, here's a really weird question for you:

  • We have refinanced our mortgage multiple times over the years, both to lower our interest rate and to get cash out for home projects
  • Our last 3 refis were all through the same credit union in 2011, 2015, and 2017, and I have the documents that the 2011 and 2015 mortgages were paid off
  • Yesterday, I received two certified, notarized letters that my 2011 and 2015 mortgages had been purchased by a third party

  • So, color me worried. Why on Earth would someone buy a paid-off mortgage?

    Anyone here have any ideas?

    EDIT: And yes, I'm contacting my credit union and a lawyer with the same question, but I honestly expect FaWtL to give me a faster, better answer.


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    Ask celestial healer.


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    Dear God the humanity.


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    Freehold DM wrote:
    Ask celestial healer.

    I put in a question to my credit union and a lawyer (if I'm paying for the service, why not use it?). If neither of them have an answer, I'll PM CH. thanks!


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    Freehold DM wrote:
    Dear God the humanity.

    MOOOOOO!!!

    Shadow Lodge

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    Site is a little shaky today.


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    OK. Free plug for Provident Credit Union: I sent them a private message 2 hours ago asking, "WTF?"

    One of their loan reps personally called me at home just now to reassure me that it's just paperwork from my refi in May of this year. Yes, they're supposed to do it within 90 days. No, they didn't. But it's absolutely standard, I have nothing to worry about, and I'm a smarty every day for calling. (OK, maybe I made up that last bit.)

    But geez, is it nice to have a credit union that actually CALLS YOU when you have a question!


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    TOZ wrote:
    Site is a little shaky today.

    They did some maintenance a couple hours ago. Beyond that, I don't know.


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    Tiny T-Rex's school pictures come home today, can't wait!


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    Okay, so it's more than halfway through October and I don't have a story idea for NaNoWriMo this year yet....

    Suggestions? Crazy is fine. Crazy is good even. Any ideas you can toss my way. Otherwise I'm going to make a table and roll randomly to put story elements together.....

    It's been a stressful couple of months because of various things, which isn't the best for getting the creative juices flowing. I know I can do it once I have an idea to begin with, but I just haven't had the brain space to really focus on being creative lately.


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    On the plus side, the kidlet is doing much better now. We had to take him back to urgent care (again) on Sunday, and this time he had a sinus infection. A couple days of antibiotics later and he's much improved. He didn't even have an asthma attack yesterday. Which is one day in a row. So that's a start.


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    Concept: A mutant elf with bizarre super powers fights an invasion of monstrous dragon-turtle demon sorcerer who are stealing children's wishes for power


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    Tacticslion wrote:
    Concept: A mutant elf with bizarre super powers fights an invasion of monstrous dragon-turtle demon sorcerer who are stealing children's wishes for power

    I could definitely work with this idea, yes. A strong contender right off the bat! :)


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    lynora wrote:

    Okay, so it's more than halfway through October and I don't have a story idea for NaNoWriMo this year yet....

    Suggestions? Crazy is fine. Crazy is good even. Any ideas you can toss my way. Otherwise I'm going to make a table and roll randomly to put story elements together.....

    It's been a stressful couple of months because of various things, which isn't the best for getting the creative juices flowing. I know I can do it once I have an idea to begin with, but I just haven't had the brain space to really focus on being creative lately.

    the adventures of an internet man with a self driving, semi intelligent prius who goes around solving problems people complain about in a certain online forum under the cover of darkness who leaves knitting and crocheting materials as his calling card.

    If you have a problem... if no one else can help... and if you can find him... maybe you can hire...

    THE FURIOUS FISTS OF FREEHOLD


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    lynora wrote:
    Tacticslion wrote:
    Concept: A mutant elf with bizarre super powers fights an invasion of monstrous dragon-turtle demon sorcerer who are stealing children's wishes for power
    I could definitely work with this idea, yes. A strong contender right off the bat! :)

    prius rumbles

    I know prius, that sounds silly.

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