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Celestial Healer wrote:
As a side note, Ragadolf, being in Sweeney was my favorite production ever. Even though I was Signor Pirelli and had to spend 15 minutes stuffed in a trunk onstage.

I would have loved to have seen that!


ESPECIALLY while naked


Kinky.


Hey, Treppa. Haven't seen you in a while. How are you feeling?


Great, because of headache I went to bed around 10 pm, I woke past 1 am and now I am fully awake...

Ah, well, I can start writing today's blogpost.


John Napier 698 wrote:
Hey, Treppa. Haven't seen you in a while. How are you feeling?

Me? I'm just fine. March came in like a lion and has decided to remain a lion (not talking about weather). Storms aren't directly hitting me, but they are all around, shoving my tiny boat off course while I try to figure out how to help the people being hit by lightning. If that makes any sense.

Anyway, it's been one hell of a month.

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*offers hugs*


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Barrow-Tree... Because barrow-spiders were too tame for serious haunted barrow downs!


Oh, I'm fine. I'm just playing Red Cross Disaster Relief this month. I guess when you hit a certain age, your cohort's parents start dying off. My mom is healthy but may be losing her sight, so I need to figure out what to do if that happens. Just that knees-bent running about kind of stuff.


I notice a bloat of undead creatures on my blog... They still not reached the number of Outsiders, but they are slowly closing in...

Silver Crusade

Drejk wrote:
I notice a bloat of undead creatures on my blog... They still not reached the number of Outsiders, but they are slowly closing in...

I have no problems with this.


I have more undead waiting in line to be written down...


aeglos wrote:
hi everyone

How is the baby? :-)

Silver Crusade

Day 2 entertaining the in-laws while John is at work.

Me: Ooh, I think there's a sale at Macy's. Got to go!


Storyteller Shadow wrote:
aeglos wrote:
hi everyone
How is the baby? :-)

she is doing quite well, gaining weight, not crying too much


Celestial Healer wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Drejk wrote:
*listens to Celestial singing*
where ? how? what ?
Sabine should be able to see it on FB.

wow,

CH, I am very impressed by your sining ability and your sining voice

Silver Crusade

aeglos wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Drejk wrote:
*listens to Celestial singing*
where ? how? what ?
Sabine should be able to see it on FB.

wow,

CH, I am very impressed by your sining ability and your sining voice

Thank you!


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Attention NYC Treeforters. I will be visiting your fair metropolis July 15&16 if you should be interested in getting together for a drink or twelve.

Silver Crusade

Patrick Curtin wrote:
Attention NYC Treeforters. I will be visiting your fair metropolis July 15&16 if you should be interested in getting together for a drink or twelve.

Sweet!


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I don't understand why people think "moist" is a gross word. I think "chunk" is much more disgusting.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Attention NYC Treeforters. I will be visiting your fair metropolis July 15&16 if you should be interested in getting together for a drink or twelve.
Sweet!

I'm down.

Silver Crusade

Treppa wrote:
I don't understand why people think "moist" is a gross word. I think "chunk" is much more disgusting.

"Chunk" is bad. So is "succulent".

And don't get me started on "gish".


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Treppa wrote:
I don't understand why people think "moist" is a gross word. I think "chunk" is much more disgusting.

"Chunk" is bad. So is "succulent".

And don't get me started on "gish".

Gish is always a good word! ~RUNS~


I'll leave this here in case anyone is interested...


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Attention NYC Treeforters. I will be visiting your fair metropolis July 15&16 if you should be interested in getting together for a drink or twelve.

Sounds good to me! Right near my birthday too.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Attention NYC Treeforters. I will be visiting your fair metropolis July 15&16 if you should be interested in getting together for a drink or twelve.

Cool, I'll take a look at my schedule

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Celestial Healer wrote:
Treppa wrote:
I don't understand why people think "moist" is a gross word. I think "chunk" is much more disgusting.

"Chunk" is bad. So is "succulent".

And don't get me started on "gish".

I don't know succulent is kinda sexy


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Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Treppa wrote:
I don't understand why people think "moist" is a gross word. I think "chunk" is much more disgusting.

"Chunk" is bad. So is "succulent".

And don't get me started on "gish".

I don't know succulent is kinda sexy

How about bracken? Or kumquat? Why not Zoidberg?


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1177 BC: The Year Civilization Collapsed (Eric Cline, PhD)


Treppa wrote:
I don't understand why people think "moist" is a gross word. I think "chunk" is much more disgusting.

I love chunk. It is the name of one of my favorite candy bars growing up. Moist is a fine word. Few words annoy me.


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Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Attention NYC Treeforters. I will be visiting your fair metropolis July 15&16 if you should be interested in getting together for a drink or twelve.
Cool, I'll take a look at my schedule

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO


John Napier 698 wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:

Ah, no my student workers are actually paid. (Poorly, but they ARE paid!)

Which is why I REALLY get ticked when none decide to show up.

My next email will read something like,

"I'd like to thank all 2 of the workers who showed up to help for Sweeney. I'd also like to remind all of those who did NOT show up not to be upset when (favorite renter, who rents 3 times a year, they get paid all day each day for a week, and renter provides food) comes back and none of you get any hours that week."
:)

Which is why I decline to be a supervisor of any sort. I'm losing enough hair as it is. :)

Yes. THIS explains the growing bald spot on my head. I swear. :/


Celestial Healer wrote:
As a side note, Ragadolf, being in Sweeney was my favorite production ever. Even though I was Signor Pirelli and had to spend 15 minutes stuffed in a trunk onstage.

LOL, yeah thats a good part.

I'm in the ensemble. (I'm needed to do my actual job too much for our director to give me a real part.) :)

(Annnd, as good as I used to be, at this point he has many student singers who can blow me away) :P

I am in every ensemble scene, and I am the bass in the Letter Quintet. So I am never bored.

If I ever make it to New York again, I need to have WORDS with Mr Sondheim.

ONE- when you write in the Treble clef, it is NO LONGER a BASS part. No matter what you call it. :P

TWO- At NO POINT should the Bass line be an octave higher than the Tenor line. Period.

THREE- WHY would you give a song a 2 chord intro, 9 notes. NOT ONE of which is anywhere NEAR the Bass's first pitch! (The Letter) :(

Back to work. Seems that sometime in the last month one of my renters walked off with a storage container they thought was theirs. SO until I track that down, I have only HALF of my wireless microphones. :P

Laters!

Silver Crusade

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Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Treppa wrote:
I don't understand why people think "moist" is a gross word. I think "chunk" is much more disgusting.

"Chunk" is bad. So is "succulent".

And don't get me started on "gish".

I don't know succulent is kinda sexy

It is.


gran rey de los surround sound wrote:
Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Treppa wrote:
I don't understand why people think "moist" is a gross word. I think "chunk" is much more disgusting.

"Chunk" is bad. So is "succulent".

And don't get me started on "gish".

I don't know succulent is kinda sexy
How about bracken? Or kumquat? Why not Zoidberg?

You I like!


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Holy crap. Another day almost in the books

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Yup 6 minutes to go for me


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Annnnnd back


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Staring 16 hours in the puss


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But ah needs mah hours

Shadow Lodge

Pimping ain't easy


That's what she said.


Celestial Healer wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Drejk wrote:
*listens to Celestial singing*
where ? how? what ?
Sabine should be able to see it on FB.

wow,

CH, I am very impressed by your sining ability and your sining voice
Thank you!

A celestial proud of his sin(n)ing ability? Someone is on a quick route to fall!


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Where did the new post indicators go? :(


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I edited all day today. Somewhere around hour 9, I became convinced that I had turned 90 degrees to the left. And it wasn't just me, it was the desk and PC and building. I was firmly convinced that instead of facing south, everything was now facing east.


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Well, the website is nice and borked this fine morning....


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Nothing like the early days


Back in MY day, we needed an avatar to pop stuck threads ...


Treppa wrote:

edited all day today.Somewhere around hour 9, I became convinced that I had turned 90 degrees to the left. And it wasn't just me, it was the desk and PC and building. I was firmly convinced that instead of facing south, everything was now facing east.

it's wonderful isn't it?


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Freehold DM wrote:
Treppa wrote:

edited all day today.Somewhere around hour 9, I became convinced that I had turned 90 degrees to the left. And it wasn't just me, it was the desk and PC and building. I was firmly convinced that instead of facing south, everything was now facing east.

it's wonderful isn't it?

No, but it's good to be done. Of course, now that it's turned in, I am convinced it needs another pass. But the authors really need to fix a few things first.

I hope they give it back to me for a second pass. Poor Taig usually has to fix everything I miss.

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