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gran rey de los mono wrote:
I like chocolate. Quite a lot in fact. I just don't like what happens to it in a brownie.

You so strange.

Really twice in a row?


You keep getting nekkid, and I'm the strange one?

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I love chocolate!

My BFs mom is cooking dinner for me tonight =)


Just a Mort wrote:

I love chocolate!

My BFs mom is cooking dinner for me tonight =)

Is it chocolate? we can hope.

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The pics look like claypot rice and Buddha's delight


So cook a whole bunch of vegis together eh? Ok. interesting and they are just steamed?


What are vegis?

I've heard tell of people calling vegetables veggies, but this vegis eludes me.

Unless they suddenly cast Regis in Veggietales, in which case I'd eat that veggie too, if it'll shut him up.


C Yesterday's Autumn Melancholy wrote:

What are vegis?

I've heard tell of people calling vegetables veggies, but this vegis eludes me.

Unless they suddenly cast Regis in Veggietales, in which case I'd eat that veggie too, if it'll shut him up.

ZZZEEEBUUUUUUUUUUU!!!!


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Tacticslion wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

Watched this, now you get my ludicrous musings.

** spoiler omitted **...

I will provide a two-word rebuttal: Opposable thumbs.

The ability to imagine, craft, design, and implement tools to overcome any obstacle has been what has set humanity apart throughout their history. Give dragons every single advantage you list throughout your text, and I still bet on humans.
- Faster reproduction
- Fundamentally designed to hide well in spaces dragons cannot reach
- Opposable thumbs

Hide. Observe. Learn. Kill.
It's humanity's history.

EDIT: Let's put it another way: I give one guy a full suit of plate mail, a flamethrower, and a sword. However, he may not craft any new items, ever. I put the other guy naked in the woods, but he's allowed to craft anything he can imagine.

I set them to kill each other.

I'm betting on naked guy every single time.

I don't think you thoroughly read everything I wrote, but that's fair - it's horribly organized and poorly written. :D

The thing is: the most likely scenario is that dragons are run into extinction. Only if they are too overwhelming does humanity break - and there is an incredibly fine line between them being "too overwhelming" and them being just being another extinct predator.

** spoiler omitted **...

In the Elric stories, the dragons have to rest for a veeeeery long time after a period of flying around and burning things (their breath is a liquid that ignites on contact with air) - if you counterbalance any activity with an extremely long cooldown period, that may make a difference.


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Didn't they make a terrible movie recently about dragons f+%@ing up the modern world.


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It's a rain day, so somebody gets to be the chauffeur.

Good thing matrixing through traffic is one of my favorite things to do.


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Things that infuriate NobodysHome:

  • Meetings where the presenter starts late. Especially when the presenter does it intentionally so as to allow latecomers to "keep up"
  • Meetings where the audience members are too f****** beyond stupid to mute themselves, don't pay attention to the meeting, take other calls with their headsets on, and proceed to talk over the presenter, and nobody does anything about it, such as muting the audience members.

  • Yep. A 7:00 am meeting run and attended by morons this morning.

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