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Tacticslion wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Crew, meet your new astrogator... He'll take you... Places.
I LOVE THIS

Who would you wish to play your role? Laurence Fishburn, or Richard T. Jones?

** spoiler omitted **

HAH! Trick question!

I want the person who plays, "human number <whatever>" that lives on the earth approximately 30 years prior to the events of the film!

I've got to say: I hated that movie.

No, the extended cut would not have made it better.

Blech.

Love the monster, though!

It's weird to think that it's supposed to happen only 30 years from now. Was it back in '97? Were they shooting for a "half-century in the future" concept? Seems... optimistic in this side of it...

EDIT: as is my desire to remain clothed... *gets dressed*


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Well, the nudity was definitely involved with its mission... Though not in a good way.


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NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

They have The Rocketeer on Hulu!

I always wanted to see that as a kid!!

Ugh. Shiro's son introduced us to Re: Zero, which promptly introduced us to Crunchyroll, which promptly led to two premium subscriptions (our house and Shiro's house) because commercials are annoying.

Hate you, Shiro's son!!!!

GOOD WORK SHIROS SON! MAY CHOCOLATE CAKE COME SWIFTLY TO YOUR ENEMIES

Have y'all heard of Verve? What do you think of it?


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Random thoughts of the afternoon for No Good Reason:

  • Impus Minor woke up exhausted and in tears again this morning. Thankfully such events are getting rarer and rarer. But still, when it happens and I have to send him to school anyway, I feel like the Worst Dad in the World.
  • Not one, but TWO major bugs popped up this morning at work, so I was getting very little done anyway, when...
  • "The thread" that showed up over the weekend caught NobodysWife's attention, and so we're monitoring it. I'm not even linking it, because I know some of you are already on it, and it's otherwise a third-rail issue. So that was a distraction.
  • I'm also cleaning up from Saturday. There's a disadvantage to having a full-day game on Saturday, then being gone all Sunday. And that disadvantage is Monday.
  • NobodysWife and I both *hated* Blade Runner, finding it overly-stylish and excessively boring. There are very few movies I'll tolerate just because they're "pretty". Blade Runner isn't one of them. So I'm left perplexed as to why NobodysWife wants to go see Blade Runner 2049

  • Anyway, have a happy afternoon, everyone! The light rains cleared the air here a bit, and now our annual late October weather has officially hit, so it's "only" 78 and sunny outside.

    Oh, and my beloved crappy chair finally broke this morning, meaning I have to figure out what chair NobodysWife got (it's amazing! It "welcomes your butt") and order one.

    EDIT: And oh yeah, all of a sudden Pandora won't let me thumbs-down songs I don't like. So I turned it off.


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    Drejk wrote:
    Well, the nudity was definitely involved with its mission... Though not in a good way.

    One of the interesting things about that film is, if you're seeking to place it in PF-Earth, it's clear the drive not only shifted reality, but also time itself: it went back to before Asmodeus had conquered Hell, and befor the kytons had been driven out (if I have my PF lore down correctly, anyway, which I might not).


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    NobodysHome wrote:

    Random thoughts of the afternoon for No Good Reason:

  • Impus Minor woke up exhausted and in tears again this morning. Thankfully such events are getting rarer and rarer. But still, when it happens and I have to send him to school anyway, I feel like the Worst Dad in the World.
  • Not one, but TWO major bugs popped up this morning at work, so I was getting very little done anyway, when...
  • "The thread" that showed up over the weekend caught NobodysWife's attention, and she has me monitoring it. I'm not even linking it, because I know some of you are already on it, and it's otherwise a third-rail issue. So that was a distraction.
  • I'm also cleaning up from Saturday. There's a disadvantage to having a full-day game on Saturday, then being gone all Sunday. And that disadvantage is Monday.
  • NobodysWife and I both *hated* Blade Runner, finding it overly-stylish and excessively boring. There are very few movies I'll tolerate just because they're "pretty". Blade Runner isn't one of them. So I'm left perplexed as to why NobodysWife wants to go see Blade Runner 2049

  • Anyway, have a happy afternoon, everyone! The light rains cleared the air here a bit, and now our annual late October weather has officially hit, so it's "only" 78 and sunny outside.

    Oh, and my beloved crappy chair finally broke this morning, meaning I have to figure out what chair NobodysWife got (it's amazing! It "welcomes your butt") and order one.

    EDIT: And oh yeah, all of a sudden Pandora won't let me thumbs-down songs I don't like. So I turned it off.

    1) Plenty of good reason! It's so we can hear (well, read) them!

    2) I feel you
    3) I don't feel you, but I empathize (I'm not a programmer, but I've spent lots of time on ridiculous tasks - like cleaning poopy)
    4) I don't know what "3rd rail" means! (No, seriously, I should know, I've just forgotten)
    5) Monday is broadly a disadvantage
    6) I loved Blade Runner, but I was a stupid youth, so... and I liked The Matrix, so, sooo... also, I'd love to see the new BR for both interest in the subject and nostalgia
    7) Yay for enjoyable weather
    8) my chair has repeatedly "died" a particularly ignoble and slow and stinky death - I'm seeing if it can hang on long enough for my youngest to escape diapers before replacing it, buuuuuuut doesn't look good - sitting atop a fetid chair corpse is no bueno
    9) Pandora should know better!


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    Tacticslion wrote:

    1) Plenty of good reason! It's so we can hear (well, read) them!

    LOL

    Tacticslion wrote:
    4) I don't know what "3rd rail" means! (No, seriously, I should know, I've just forgotten)

    The electric rail for electric trains.

    Tacticslion wrote:
    8) my chair has repeatedly "died" a particularly ignoble and slow and stinky death - I'm seeing if it can hang on long enough for my youngest to escape diapers before replacing it, buuuuuuut doesn't look good - sitting atop a fetid chair corpse is no bueno

    We had a wonderful, massive, comfy chair we called the "KingGodChair" because it was ludicrously huge for a single person to sit in, and the kind of thing you'd expect from a Conan the Barbarian movie. Then (I believe it was) Impus Minor happened to it, and we had to throw it out. Seriously. THAT bad.

    I know losing good chairs, Lily.


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    Tacticslion wrote:
    Drejk wrote:
    Well, the nudity was definitely involved with its mission... Though not in a good way.
    One of the interesting things about that film is, if you're seeking to place it in PF-Earth, it's clear the drive not only shifted reality, but also time itself: it went back to before Asmodeus had conquered Hell, and befor the kytons had been driven out (if I have my PF lore down correctly, anyway, which I might not).

    Or it could have simply visited Plane Of Shadows or some pocket dimension. Everyone involved not having any ranks in Knowledge (planes) thought it's hell because of kytons dressing the place where it popped in.


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    I liked Blade Runner and I want to see 2049*...

    *:
    Blade Runner, not Miner.


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    Tacticslion wrote:
    Freehold DM wrote:
    NobodysHome wrote:
    captain yesterday wrote:

    They have The Rocketeer on Hulu!

    I always wanted to see that as a kid!!

    Ugh. Shiro's son introduced us to Re: Zero, which promptly introduced us to Crunchyroll, which promptly led to two premium subscriptions (our house and Shiro's house) because commercials are annoying.

    Hate you, Shiro's son!!!!

    GOOD WORK SHIROS SON! MAY CHOCOLATE CAKE COME SWIFTLY TO YOUR ENEMIES
    Have y'all heard of Verve? What do you think of it?

    no idea what that is.

    Liberty's Edge

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    Dude, the house across the alley from me burned down this last week... then I come to find out that the weird noises up the street from me friday night were just some random dude getting shot in his car. @_@

    HALP MEH.


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    Studpuffin wrote:

    Dude, the house across the alley from me burned down this last week... then I come to find out that the weird noises up the street from me friday night were just some random dude getting shot in his car. @_@

    HALP MEH.

    The laws of probability say you're 100% safe until October of next year.

    Don't they?

    Liberty's Edge

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    Pretty sure that's not the way it works, but... LETS HOPE YES


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    Odd Business Decisions #238,429: "You have reached your limit of skipped songs".

    So... I found out that my issue with Pandora is that I've skipped too many songs, which violates their license agreement. This does NOT include ads, which I have *never* skipped, since I know they're what pays for the station.

    In other words, "If you want to listen to us, you can't tell us we play too much stuff you don't like."

    Ok. Fine. I've turned you off, since you're forcing me to listen to songs I don't like, and I have plenty of alternatives (Spotify, IHeartRadio, actual real radio, etc.).
    So I'm no longer a revenue stream.

    How did that work for you, again?


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    Apparently, the holiday increase in my hours start this week.

    3 days I work this week!

    At least I had the forethought to request off for Friday-Wednesday.

    Sadly that means I work tonight, tomorrow, and Thursday.

    Hopefully they've given up trying to trick me into training newbs.

    It turns out one of my biggest pet peeves is people following three feet behind me asking stupid questions.

    Stupid questions are fine, not the following.


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    captain yesterday wrote:

    Apparently, the holiday increase in my hours start this week.

    3 days I work this week!

    At least I had the forethought to request off for Friday-Wednesday.

    Sadly that means I work tonight, tomorrow, and Thursday.

    Hopefully they've given up trying to trick me into training newbs.

    It turns out one of my biggest pet peeves is people following three feet behind me asking stupid questions.

    Stupid questions are fine, not the following.

    Plans trip to Madison. Prepares list of really stupid questions...


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    Damn it Nobodyshome, you ninja'd me by one second!

    You have brought great shame on my phone.


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    captain yesterday wrote:

    Apparently, the holiday increase in my hours start this week.

    3 days I work this week!

    At least I had the forethought to request off for Friday-Wednesday.

    Sadly that means I work tonight, tomorrow, and Thursday.

    Hopefully they've given up trying to trick me into training newbs.

    It turns out one of my biggest pet peeves is people following three feet behind me asking stupid questions.

    Stupid questions are fine, not the following.

    We're enjoying the first "low time" this year -- the environment team can't have our stuff ready 'til early December, so I'm just working on preliminary images to get my classes ready for testing. I'll be done in 3 weeks, at which point I have... nothing 'til early December.

    I think I mentioned that I planned for the 31st off, then asked for the 30th as well, and my manager said, "Sure! And can you take Thanksgiving week off, too? I really don't have anything for you."

    I like my manager.


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    NobodysHome wrote:
    captain yesterday wrote:

    Apparently, the holiday increase in my hours start this week.

    3 days I work this week!

    At least I had the forethought to request off for Friday-Wednesday.

    Sadly that means I work tonight, tomorrow, and Thursday.

    Hopefully they've given up trying to trick me into training newbs.

    It turns out one of my biggest pet peeves is people following three feet behind me asking stupid questions.

    Stupid questions are fine, not the following.

    Plans trip to Madison. Prepares list of really stupid questions...

    Awful long commute for a part time job...

    Frankly, as a customer it'll be hard for you to top the "do you price match Wal-Mart on firearms?" I get every fall. :-)


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    captain yesterday wrote:
    NobodysHome wrote:
    captain yesterday wrote:

    Apparently, the holiday increase in my hours start this week.

    3 days I work this week!

    At least I had the forethought to request off for Friday-Wednesday.

    Sadly that means I work tonight, tomorrow, and Thursday.

    Hopefully they've given up trying to trick me into training newbs.

    It turns out one of my biggest pet peeves is people following three feet behind me asking stupid questions.

    Stupid questions are fine, not the following.

    Plans trip to Madison. Prepares list of really stupid questions...

    Awful long commute for a part time job...

    Frankly, as a customer it'll be hard for you to top the "do you price match Wal-Mart on firearms?" I get every fall. :-)

    Hey, Cap. Stop them in their tracks by telling them "No, we don't sell firearms here" before they can even ask their question. Let's see just how many walk away afterwards. :D


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    I have been feeling out of sorts for a while now. Tonight it got bad. I try to be cheerful. I try to focus on my new and improved tasks at work, which doesn't work. This world is a s!&%ty, s&&#ty place. And when I say this, I am not even drunk.

    I thought I was past this. I was doing so well. Starting up new projects, thinking ahead...

    Nope.

    Let me show you guys I am a geek. The best quote I can think of is from Madoka: "Adults are always in pain". Turns out, regrets don't come alone. You build a house of them. Then when one gets just a bit too heavy, they all come to visit.

    The next step, of course, is that you feel ashamed because you dump what you are feeling on others. Provided it's okay to feel the way you feel in the first place.

    But what the f&~% do you do when you HAVE to be at 100, and even 3 feels WAY out of reach?

    Thank you for listening/Sorry for my rambling.

    P.S. I will be okay. Don't worry.


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    John Napier 698 wrote:
    captain yesterday wrote:
    NobodysHome wrote:
    captain yesterday wrote:

    Apparently, the holiday increase in my hours start this week.

    3 days I work this week!

    At least I had the forethought to request off for Friday-Wednesday.

    Sadly that means I work tonight, tomorrow, and Thursday.

    Hopefully they've given up trying to trick me into training newbs.

    It turns out one of my biggest pet peeves is people following three feet behind me asking stupid questions.

    Stupid questions are fine, not the following.

    Plans trip to Madison. Prepares list of really stupid questions...

    Awful long commute for a part time job...

    Frankly, as a customer it'll be hard for you to top the "do you price match Wal-Mart on firearms?" I get every fall. :-)

    Hey, Cap. Stop them in their tracks by telling them "No, we don't sell firearms here" before they can even ask their question. Let's see just how many walk away afterwards. :D

    It's not really a question that you can anticipate at a toy store.

    I certainly can't tell every person off the bat that we don't carry firearms.


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    Sissyl wrote:

    I have been feeling out of sorts for a while now. Tonight it got bad. I try to be cheerful. I try to focus on my new and improved tasks at work, which doesn't work. This world is a s$*%ty, s#!~ty place. And when I say this, I am not even drunk.

    I thought I was past this. I was doing so well. Starting up new projects, thinking ahead...

    Nope.

    Let me show you guys I am a geek. The best quote I can think of is from Madoka: "Adults are always in pain". Turns out, regrets don't come alone. You build a house of them. Then when one gets just a bit too heavy, they all come to visit.

    The next step, of course, is that you feel ashamed because you dump what you are feeling on others. Provided it's okay to feel the way you feel in the first place.

    But what the f$#& do you do when you HAVE to be at 100, and even 3 feels WAY out of reach?

    Thank you for listening/Sorry for my rambling.

    P.S. I will be okay. Don't worry.

    Sorry you're feeling rotten, Sissyl.


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    Freehold DM wrote:
    Tacticslion wrote:
    Freehold DM wrote:
    NobodysHome wrote:
    captain yesterday wrote:

    They have The Rocketeer on Hulu!

    I always wanted to see that as a kid!!

    Ugh. Shiro's son introduced us to Re: Zero, which promptly introduced us to Crunchyroll, which promptly led to two premium subscriptions (our house and Shiro's house) because commercials are annoying.

    Hate you, Shiro's son!!!!

    GOOD WORK SHIROS SON! MAY CHOCOLATE CAKE COME SWIFTLY TO YOUR ENEMIES
    Have y'all heard of Verve? What do you think of it?
    no idea what that is.

    I may be wrong, but I thought that was the name of that bundled thingy that groups CrunchyRoll together with other streaming channels.


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    Sissyl wrote:

    I have been feeling out of sorts for a while now. Tonight it got bad. I try to be cheerful. I try to focus on my new and improved tasks at work, which doesn't work. This world is a s%+~ty, s$$#ty place. And when I say this, I am not even drunk.

    I thought I was past this. I was doing so well. Starting up new projects, thinking ahead...

    Nope.

    Let me show you guys I am a geek. The best quote I can think of is from Madoka: "Adults are always in pain". Turns out, regrets don't come alone. You build a house of them. Then when one gets just a bit too heavy, they all come to visit.

    The next step, of course, is that you feel ashamed because you dump what you are feeling on others. Provided it's okay to feel the way you feel in the first place.

    But what the f~!$ do you do when you HAVE to be at 100, and even 3 feels WAY out of reach?

    Thank you for listening/Sorry for my rambling.

    P.S. I will be okay. Don't worry.

    1) Never feel ashamed to chat at us about how things are going

    2) Hug you, Sissyl (unless you don't want that, in which case, an affectionate shoulder-pat, and/or just kind of sitting in silence* hanging with you for a while)

    * I can do that, I swear!**
    ** major spoiler for Kung Fu Panda, which you should really see, before you check this link out
    *** seriously, though, if you take all the "innately awesome at Kung Fu" and "Chosen One" away, I'm a loooooooooooooooot like Po... >.>


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    Studpuffin wrote:
    Pretty sure that's not the way it works, but... LETS HOPE YES

    Praying for you, my dude.


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    Sissyl wrote:

    I have been feeling out of sorts for a while now. Tonight it got bad. I try to be cheerful. I try to focus on my new and improved tasks at work, which doesn't work. This world is a s$*+ty, s#+#ty place. And when I say this, I am not even drunk.

    I thought I was past this. I was doing so well. Starting up new projects, thinking ahead...

    Nope.

    Let me show you guys I am a geek. The best quote I can think of is from Madoka: "Adults are always in pain". Turns out, regrets don't come alone. You build a house of them. Then when one gets just a bit too heavy, they all come to visit.

    The next step, of course, is that you feel ashamed because you dump what you are feeling on others. Provided it's okay to feel the way you feel in the first place.

    But what the f##~ do you do when you HAVE to be at 100, and even 3 feels WAY out of reach?

    Thank you for listening/Sorry for my rambling.

    P.S. I will be okay. Don't worry.

    *Offers Sissyl a virtual shoulder*

    I know how it is. Between my breakdown in April, my illness, being off work for 3 months and watching the bills pile up, being semi-depressed because I could do nothing about those bills, and the most recent realization that next month is the 20th Anniversary of my brother's suicide, I certainly feel like the world is dumping sewage on me a metric ton at a time.

    But I'm here. If you need support, just PM me. I'll listen.


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    Thank you, guys. More later. Time to try to count some undead sheep.


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    Sissyl wrote:

    I have been feeling out of sorts for a while now. Tonight it got bad. I try to be cheerful. I try to focus on my new and improved tasks at work, which doesn't work. This world is a s~@%ty, s%##ty place. And when I say this, I am not even drunk.

    I thought I was past this. I was doing so well. Starting up new projects, thinking ahead...

    Nope.

    Let me show you guys I am a geek. The best quote I can think of is from Madoka: "Adults are always in pain". Turns out, regrets don't come alone. You build a house of them. Then when one gets just a bit too heavy, they all come to visit.

    The next step, of course, is that you feel ashamed because you dump what you are feeling on others. Provided it's okay to feel the way you feel in the first place.

    But what the f#%+ do you do when you HAVE to be at 100, and even 3 feels WAY out of reach?

    Thank you for listening/Sorry for my rambling.

    P.S. I will be okay. Don't worry.

    I like to look at it as:

    - The people who seek power are s~@%ty, s%##ty people.
    - The news loves to report on s~@%ty, s%##ty things.
    - But if you walk out your front door, smile and say, "Hi!" to your neighbors, and wander down the street, you'll find that all in all, the world really isn't that bad a place (unless, apparently, you live in Studpuffin's neighborhood). It's just a constant bombardment of negativity that makes it feel so.

    Deleted the rest, for privacy/politics reasons

    And hugs.


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    And so, to work i go.

    It will probably blow.


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    I wonder how long I can keep up a rhyming thing tonight.

    And how long until someone notices.

    On the other hand, that's a lot more effort than I was planning on using tonight.


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    Sissyl wrote:
    Thank you, guys. More later. Time to try to count some undead sheep.

    Good night, Sissyl.


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    captain yesterday wrote:
    I wonder how long I can keep up a rhyming thing tonight.

    Stop that rhyming! I mean it!


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    Captain Yesterday, Brut Squad wrote:

    And so, to work i go.

    It will probably blowup.

    And just like that, it's turned from a brut-squad to an action-town post!


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    NobodysHome wrote:
    captain yesterday wrote:
    I wonder how long I can keep up a rhyming thing tonight.
    Stop that rhyming! I mean it!

    ... does anybody want a peanut?


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    My dudes, I have some extremely dire news I need to share: we have 1-week-old birthday cake left in the fridge, and it's still so daggum goooooooooooood.


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    I've been working here for four years now.

    So there's that.


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    Ugh. You are the brute squad.


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    (I wish to clarify, the above is still quoting that movie.)


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    NobodysHome wrote:
    Studpuffin wrote:

    Dude, the house across the alley from me burned down this last week... then I come to find out that the weird noises up the street from me friday night were just some random dude getting shot in his car. @_@

    HALP MEH.

    The laws of probability say you're 100% safe until October of next year.

    Don't they?

    that sounds like math.

    Math can't be trusted.

    I say get them before they get you!


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    hugs sissyl and John but not at the same time in case that is weird


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    That was a new one.

    A younger guy just called me ma'am to my face and didn't try to back track or apologize afterwards.

    I thought the goatee and week of facial hair growth would've given me away.


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    Thanks, Freehold.


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    The problem with me working on Mondays is I'm so used to working on Thursday-Saturday i tell people "have a great weekend!" on reflex.

    But, it turns out, the last thing people want to hear on a Monday is some guy cheerfully telling them to have a great weekend.


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    Once at B&N:
    Me: "Have a great day!"
    Customer: "How DARE you tell ME to have a great day?!"
    <lots of ranting tirade from customer at a very confused TL, later>
    Me: "Uh... have a mediocre day?!"
    <insert new ranting tirade here>


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    Tacticslion wrote:
    Freehold DM wrote:
    Tacticslion wrote:
    Freehold DM wrote:
    NobodysHome wrote:
    captain yesterday wrote:

    They have The Rocketeer on Hulu!

    I always wanted to see that as a kid!!

    Ugh. Shiro's son introduced us to Re: Zero, which promptly introduced us to Crunchyroll, which promptly led to two premium subscriptions (our house and Shiro's house) because commercials are annoying.

    Hate you, Shiro's son!!!!

    GOOD WORK SHIROS SON! MAY CHOCOLATE CAKE COME SWIFTLY TO YOUR ENEMIES
    Have y'all heard of Verve? What do you think of it?
    no idea what that is.
    I may be wrong, but I thought that was the name of that bundled thingy that groups CrunchyRoll together with other streaming channels.

    Ah. Got the sound right, but the spelling wrong.

    VRV


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    Man. That time when you put both your kids to bed, but you're more asleep than either of them.

    Liberty's Edge

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    Freehold DM wrote:

    that sounds like math.

    Math can't be trusted.

    I say get them before they get you!

    Who do I get? The statistical likelihood that I'll get the right person is astronomical! *HEAD EXPLODES*


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    Captain Yesterday, did you make it home from work or did the toys revolt and keep you there overnight?


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    I hope that life improves for you, Studpuffin.

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