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Good Morning, FAWTL!! I need to start posting in here again more. Stupid life distracting me. :) We are under 2 months until hockey season starts. How is everyone else?

Qadira

Cornielius wrote:

Gloom is fair and agony on me!

Deep, dark depression; excessive misery!
If it weren't for bad luck, I'd have no luck at all!
Gloom is fair and agony on me!

I've barely gotten fixes done from Irene, I'm still working on what I had to drop for hurricane preparations, I was way behind before that. And the hospital re-certification inspection is in less than a month.

Boss calls me in this morning.
"I need you to get creative and make me a display quality prescription drop-off box to mount on the glass wall of the pharmacy. But don't use wood. Meet with the pharmacist and get back with me."

WTF!?!?!? I'm a carpenter not a miracle worker!

Sigh.
At least I'm a valued employee.

Oh, and GOOD MORNING FAWTLy!

Carry on, b!**#in' over.

Batten down the hatches.

welcome back been a bit since you posted here abouts.

Don't. Use. Wood.??? Mornings are going to be tough.


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I really need to stay out of the rules discussions it really never ends well....[mumble]Instantaneous duration spells are permanent, my ass[/mumble]


Cornielius wrote:
But don't use wood...

That's just wrong!

You should always use your wood, hammer drill, screwdriver, nails...


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BT, sorry to hear about life being life. I do hope things turn around for you.

I do miss Lindy. She was the thread librarian. And librarians are sooooo HAWT!!!!!!

In a weird moment that parallels what the stereotypical non-NYer thinks about NY, there was a guy who was standing outside our window last night screaming at random intervals for absolutely no reason. Kept my wife up alllllllllllllll night. She was singing happily in the morning and basically being pleasant to be around, but told me that was solely because she didn't get any sleep last night and was a little crazy. I fear for the rest of the day...

Andoran

Freehold DM wrote:

BT, sorry to hear about life being life. I do hope things turn around for you.

I do miss Lindy. She was the thread librarian. And librarians are sooooo HAWT!!!!!!

In a weird moment that parallels what the stereotypical non-NYer thinks about NY, there was a guy who was standing outside our window last night screaming at random intervals for absolutely no reason. Kept my wife up alllllllllllllll night. She was singing happily in the morning and basically being pleasant to be around, but told me that was solely because she didn't get any sleep last night and was a little crazy. I fear for the rest of the day...

That NYer's were crazy? Knew that!

rimshot

In other news, here's hoping the stress level goes down as the temps drop for autumn, BT.

And, I'm thinking of going to the ol' County Fair this weekend. Farm Animals, third tier country music, demolition derbies and fresh roasted peanuts.

Osirion

Bitter Thorn wrote:
I'm feeling that pain. My hiking trip at 11'000+ ft whipped my ass, and climbing hundreds of feet at work only gets harder as I get older and fatter. I gotta get back in the gym.

I'm curious now -- where'd you go? I have need of a hiking buddy at times if you're interested...

Osirion

Crimson Jester wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Urinsane wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Yeah, I haven't seen Lindy in a while. BT rubbed on her?
You say that like it's a bad thing.

Diane would not be OK with that, and I've seen Diane shoot! ;)

I haven't seen Lindy with a firearm, but I don't she'd be OK with that either.

I do miss Uri though.

BTW, if any FAWTLies are ever near Colorado Springs, and I'm in state I'm happy to do the crash pad or tour guide thing!

I will keep that in mind the next time I am once again in the area.

I think that most FAWTLies are similar -- we should make a list of where people are for when we all travel.


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Moff Rimmer wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Urinsane wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Yeah, I haven't seen Lindy in a while. BT rubbed on her?
You say that like it's a bad thing.

Diane would not be OK with that, and I've seen Diane shoot! ;)

I haven't seen Lindy with a firearm, but I don't she'd be OK with that either.

I do miss Uri though.

BTW, if any FAWTLies are ever near Colorado Springs, and I'm in state I'm happy to do the crash pad or tour guide thing!

I will keep that in mind the next time I am once again in the area.
I think that most FAWTLies are similar -- we should make a list of where people are for when we all travel.

Agreed it would be cool to at least meet up with anyone that comes through Minneapolis.

Osirion

Justin Franklin wrote:
Agreed it would be cool to at least meet up with anyone that comes through Minneapolis.

Actually, I'm planning on needing to go to Minneapolis sometime soon...

(But probably won't be on the best of times...)

Spoiler:
There are few people my age who have three of their four grandparents still alive. I'm one of the lucky ones. But all good things must end. My grandparents live in Edina and are 94. My grandfather is going through a complicated kidney dialysis (sp?) to help clean things out a bit, but in the end it's really just prolonging the inevitable. They're not doing all that great -- at the same time I think that if I reach that age and look half as good, I'd be doing pretty well.

Just a long way to say that it wouldn't surprise me if I get that email/phone call that tells me that they've died and then I'll be going up there for the funeral.


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Moff Rimmer wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Agreed it would be cool to at least meet up with anyone that comes through Minneapolis.

Actually, I'm planning on needing to go to Minneapolis sometime soon...

(But probably won't be on the best of times...)

** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
My grandparents are a little younger, but I have all 4 left, although I expect that won't last. If you do need to come up for that, let me know if you just need to get out for a bit.
Andoran

Moff Rimmer wrote:
I think that most FAWTLies are similar -- we should make a list of where people are for when we all travel.

Well, I sent out invites for a Google Maps collaboration for everyone whose email address I have. Check your mail, if you didn't get an invite, send me an email at eruantien03 at gmail dot com and I'll hook ya up.


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I added my location.


Emperor7 wrote:
Daughter gets her wisdom teeth removed this morning, and my son takes the Air Force exam this afternoon. Busy day ahead in my household.

UPDATE: Daughter did well is at home.

PLUS: I forgot. My niece in Minnesota is in labor! I'm such a great uncle! Literally.


Watching this, I've reached the following conclusions:

  • Somewhat mainstream culture need more Northern Soul inspired video;
  • Paddy Considine does a mean slightly-hunched-over-waiting pose, and;
  • I'm not sure what Mark Brydon answered to the first thing Roísin Murphy asked him, but I strongly suspect I'd have said, "Yes, and that's not the only thing."

Osirion

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Mmmmm....bacon burger

Osirion

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Why, oh why, can't people leave things alone that are best buried and forgotten?

Qadira

Aberzombie wrote:
Why, oh why, can't people leave things alone that are best buried and forgotten?

what did a "civil" thread resurface?


Aberzombie wrote:
Why, oh why, can't people leave things alone that are best buried and forgotten?

That's pretty rich, coming from a zombie.

Qadira

Yep It seems to have.... You know what I think it is time for some classic shoveling. Too bad I don't have the time.

Osirion

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Crimson Jester wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Why, oh why, can't people leave things alone that are best buried and forgotten?
what did a "civil" thread resurface?

EGGzactly!

Osirion

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Kajehase wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Why, oh why, can't people leave things alone that are best buried and forgotten?
That's pretty rich, coming from a zombie.

You got a problem with the heart-beat challenged, bub? Don't make me sick my attorney on you.

Qadira

Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Why, oh why, can't people leave things alone that are best buried and forgotten?
what did a "civil" thread resurface?
EGGzactly!

Spoiler:

Sad thing is with this book I am reading, I would have tons to add. Oh well.

Qadira

Also Dryad is the female equivalent to Druid. I know what class I will be playing in the future.


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Aberzombie wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Why, oh why, can't people leave things alone that are best buried and forgotten?
That's pretty rich, coming from a zombie.
You got a problem with the heart-beat challenged, bub? Don't make me sick my attorney on you.

Ahhhh, the skittle mess is unbearable!


Justin Franklin wrote:

I added my location.

You know, I was in minneapolis at the ren faire last weekend...


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nathan blackmer wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:

I added my location.

You know, I was in minneapolis at the ren faire last weekend...

And you said nothing!!! I was at the State Fair myself.:)

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Wait, are you two from the Twin Cities? That's where I live. Could I have perhaps met you already?

Qadira

Aberzombie wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Why, oh why, can't people leave things alone that are best buried and forgotten?
That's pretty rich, coming from a zombie.
You got a problem with the heart-beat challenged, bub? Don't make me sick my attorney on you.

No problem but then again I have a pretty good aim.

Osirion

Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Why, oh why, can't people leave things alone that are best buried and forgotten?
what did a "civil" thread resurface?
EGGzactly!

Spoiler:
Sorry. I should have come here first and at least tried to make my Will save.
Qadira

Moff Rimmer wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Why, oh why, can't people leave things alone that are best buried and forgotten?
what did a "civil" thread resurface?
EGGzactly!
** spoiler omitted **

I forced myself not to reply.

Silver Crusade

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Freehold DM wrote:
In a weird moment that parallels what the stereotypical non-NYer thinks about NY, there was a guy who was standing outside our window last night screaming at random intervals for absolutely no reason. Kept my wife up alllllllllllllll night. She was singing happily in the morning and basically being pleasant to be around, but told me that was solely because she didn't get any sleep last night and was a little crazy. I fear for the rest of the day...

Last year, I was helping my partner shoot some night photos from a street corner in L.A. and there was a guy down the street yelling nonsense at passing cars. After a little while, he noticed us and started walking towards us (still screaming at cars), but then got really quiet when he reached where we were. "What kind of camera is that?" he asked. My partner told him. "Oh, does that have [insert seriously technical camera specs]?" He carried on a brief, highly technical conversation about megapixel counts, image stabilization, and on-camera light meters. Then said, "Well, you have a good evening," and went back to screaming at traffic.

One of the most surreal experiences I have ever had.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
In a weird moment that parallels what the stereotypical non-NYer thinks about NY, there was a guy who was standing outside our window last night screaming at random intervals for absolutely no reason. Kept my wife up alllllllllllllll night. She was singing happily in the morning and basically being pleasant to be around, but told me that was solely because she didn't get any sleep last night and was a little crazy. I fear for the rest of the day...

Last year, I was helping my partner shoot some night photos from a street corner in L.A. and there was a guy down the street yelling nonsense at passing cars. After a little while, he noticed us and started walking towards us (still screaming at cars), but then got really quiet when he reached where we were. "What kind of camera is that?" he asked. My partner told him. "Oh, does that have [insert seriously technical camera specs]?" He carried on a brief, highly technical conversation about megapixel counts, image stabilization, and on-camera light meters. Then said, "Well, you have a good evening," and went back to screaming at traffic.

One of the most surreal experiences I have ever had.

huh. Weird.

Silver Crusade

Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
In a weird moment that parallels what the stereotypical non-NYer thinks about NY, there was a guy who was standing outside our window last night screaming at random intervals for absolutely no reason. Kept my wife up alllllllllllllll night. She was singing happily in the morning and basically being pleasant to be around, but told me that was solely because she didn't get any sleep last night and was a little crazy. I fear for the rest of the day...

Last year, I was helping my partner shoot some night photos from a street corner in L.A. and there was a guy down the street yelling nonsense at passing cars. After a little while, he noticed us and started walking towards us (still screaming at cars), but then got really quiet when he reached where we were. "What kind of camera is that?" he asked. My partner told him. "Oh, does that have [insert seriously technical camera specs]?" He carried on a brief, highly technical conversation about megapixel counts, image stabilization, and on-camera light meters. Then said, "Well, you have a good evening," and went back to screaming at traffic.

One of the most surreal experiences I have ever had.

huh. Weird.

I'm sure you've had plenty of experiences in your line of work to confirm this... I think too often we assume that people with serious mental illness are unintelligent. Of course, it's not true - they can be just as intelligent, educated, and well-informed as anybody else. This experience served as a good reminder for me.


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Nicholas Joseph Patrick, born this afternoon. 10# 5 ounces, 21" long.

Yes, his parents (my niece and her husband) are tall. His dad used to be a lineman for MSU. Nick's 2 yr old brother is a big boy too!

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Emperor7 wrote:
Nicholas Joseph Patrick, born this afternoon. 10# 5 ounces, 21" long.

I have no idea who you are, but congratulations! Wooooo!

Qadira

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I have done all the killing I can do in one day, so here I am.


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Emperor7 wrote:

Nicholas Joseph Patrick, born this afternoon. 10# 5 ounces, 21" long.

Yes, his parents (my niece and her husband) are tall. His dad used to be a lineman for MSU. Nick's 2 yr old brother is a big boy too!

Glad to hear it and Congratulations!

Qadira

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Emperor7 wrote:

Nicholas Joseph Patrick, born this afternoon. 10# 5 ounces, 21" long.

Yes, his parents (my niece and her husband) are tall. His dad used to be a lineman for MSU. Nick's 2 yr old brother is a big boy too!

Then honor of the sapling I offer a 21 boob salute!

Spoiler:
(oYo)(oYo) (oYo) (oYo) (oYo) (oYo) (oYo) (oYo) (oYo) (oYo) (o)

Qadira

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I wonder if the kids understand that I'm not really a jungle jim?

Osirion

Moorluck wrote:
I wonder if the kids understand that I'm not really a jungle jim?

10 years and mine haven't figured this out yet. At the same time, if my oldest grows much more, I'll be able to use him as a jungle gym.


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Emperor7 wrote:

Nicholas Joseph Patrick, born this afternoon. 10# 5 ounces, 21" long.

Yes, his parents (my niece and her husband) are tall. His dad used to be a lineman for MSU. Nick's 2 yr old brother is a big boy too!

passes out cigars

Another son is born. Hurrah!

I shouldn't be to loud as I might wake up the baby.


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Moorluck wrote:
I wonder if the kids understand that I'm not really a jungle jim?

Jude has already figured out that I am a Jungle Jim.

Qadira

Moff Rimmer wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
I wonder if the kids understand that I'm not really a jungle jim?
10 years and mine haven't figured this out yet. At the same time, if my oldest grows much more, I'll be able to use him as a jungle gym.

So you're saying I should just post a weight limit sign on my forhead and get used to it?

*sigh* ;)

Qadira

Justin Franklin wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
I wonder if the kids understand that I'm not really a jungle jim?
Jude has already figured out that I am a Jungle Jim.

I kinda envy you that... there won't be any more lil' ones for the LPM to play with for, I hope, a looooooong time. ;)


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Moorluck wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
I wonder if the kids understand that I'm not really a jungle jim?
Jude has already figured out that I am a Jungle Jim.
I kinda envy you that... there won't be any more lil' ones for the LPM to play with for, I hope, a looooooong time. ;)

He maybe my only one and he is already growing up faster then I would like, and not quite fast enough. ;)

Qadira

BluePigeon wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:

Nicholas Joseph Patrick, born this afternoon. 10# 5 ounces, 21" long.

Yes, his parents (my niece and her husband) are tall. His dad used to be a lineman for MSU. Nick's 2 yr old brother is a big boy too!

passes out cigars

Another son is born. Hurrah!

I shouldn't be to loud as I might wake up the baby.

*takes cigar*

Are these Lewinski free?

Qadira

Justin Franklin wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
I wonder if the kids understand that I'm not really a jungle jim?
Jude has already figured out that I am a Jungle Jim.
I kinda envy you that... there won't be any more lil' ones for the LPM to play with for, I hope, a looooooong time. ;)
He maybe my only one and he is already growing up faster then I would like, and not quite fast enough. ;)

Funny that way ain't it.


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Moorluck wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
I wonder if the kids understand that I'm not really a jungle jim?
Jude has already figured out that I am a Jungle Jim.
I kinda envy you that... there won't be any more lil' ones for the LPM to play with for, I hope, a looooooong time. ;)
He maybe my only one and he is already growing up faster then I would like, and not quite fast enough. ;)
Funny that way ain't it.

It really is.

Osirion

Moorluck wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
I wonder if the kids understand that I'm not really a jungle jim?
Jude has already figured out that I am a Jungle Jim.
I kinda envy you that... there won't be any more lil' ones for the LPM to play with for, I hope, a looooooong time. ;)
He maybe my only one and he is already growing up faster then I would like, and not quite fast enough. ;)
Funny that way ain't it.

Take lots of pictures. My oldest just turned 10 and is pretty well over 5 feet tall. It's still hard to believe that he was ever a baby...

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