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Treppa wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
The days of snatching 2-3 hours between jobs is OVER baby!

Still doing that, meself. I was having trouble falling asleep while driving and veering off the road, across the center line, etc. I started stopping for coffee as soon as I start nodding. Now I sleep while driving - I actually dream and stay on the road. Then, when I wake up, I don't know where I am, nor if I am really awake or still dreaming.

It's awful.

I used to have acid flashbacks while driving. I'd be going somewhere and them bam,15 minutes later I'd be somewhere else following whatever pre-programmed route my brain decided to take. Yeah, glad that doesn't happen anymore!


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Treppa wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
The days of snatching 2-3 hours between jobs is OVER baby!

Still doing that, meself. I was having trouble falling asleep while driving and veering off the road, across the center line, etc. I started stopping for coffee as soon as I start nodding. Now I sleep while driving - I actually dream and stay on the road. Then, when I wake up, I don't know where I am, nor if I am really awake or still dreaming.

It's awful.

If I'm winking at you in the passenger seat, it's a sure sign you're dreaming.


The Mad Comrade wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:


And dang it Turin, STOP TALKIN' ABOUT FOOD! Yer MAKIN' ME HUNGRY!
<Shakes fist>
If making you hungry got DMCal to make a big batch o' crockpot chow and go outside to grill for a day, it was worth every post. :D

I never made it the store. I woke up with a pretty vile stomach virus and have barely left the computer...except for... you know.


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Storyteller Shadow wrote:

Anarchs Cookbook,

Blood Nativity (1e)
Ghouls Fatal Addiction
New Orleans by Night
DC by Night

I used to own most of these but they were "borrowed " never to be returned!

Pretty sure I have NOBN

I know I have Ghouls. Great book

Anarchs cookbook I'm pretty sure I can lay my hands on as well.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Storyteller Shadow wrote:

Anarchs Cookbook,

Blood Nativity (1e)
Ghouls Fatal Addiction
New Orleans by Night
DC by Night

I used to own most of these but they were "borrowed " never to be returned!

Pretty sure I have NOBN

I know I have Ghouls. Great book

Anarchs cookbook I'm pretty sure I can lay my hands on as well.

Next week I'll have money so if you're sellin' I'm buyin' ;-)


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The Mad Comrade wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
The days of snatching 2-3 hours between jobs is OVER baby!

Still doing that, meself. I was having trouble falling asleep while driving and veering off the road, across the center line, etc. I started stopping for coffee as soon as I start nodding. Now I sleep while driving - I actually dream and stay on the road. Then, when I wake up, I don't know where I am, nor if I am really awake or still dreaming.

It's awful.

Please stop doing that, Treppa. 'tis a recipe for becoming road pizza.

Yes. I only survived because I only need four hours a night. That's a genetic blessing. If you are sleeping while driving, one day a deer or bear is going to interrupt your autopilot

That will be a bad day.

Please Treppa, stay safe. I know the slog, try not to burn yourself to the ground. We all love you and want you safe.


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Who will not feed me if you're gone...


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Storyteller Shadow wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Storyteller Shadow wrote:

Anarchs Cookbook,

Blood Nativity (1e)
Ghouls Fatal Addiction
New Orleans by Night
DC by Night

I used to own most of these but they were "borrowed " never to be returned!

Pretty sure I have NOBN

I know I have Ghouls. Great book

Anarchs cookbook I'm pretty sure I can lay my hands on as well.

Next week I'll have money so if you're sellin' I'm buyin' ;-)

I'm selling. For shizzle.

Silver Crusade

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Storyteller Shadow wrote:
Duck is delicious, all this talk of food is making me hungry...

It's one of John's favorite foods, so I make it sometimes. Seared duck breast is tasty and not all that time consuming.

Also, I get duck fat for potatoes.

Silver Crusade

DungeonmasterCal wrote:
The Mad Comrade wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:


And dang it Turin, STOP TALKIN' ABOUT FOOD! Yer MAKIN' ME HUNGRY!
<Shakes fist>
If making you hungry got DMCal to make a big batch o' crockpot chow and go outside to grill for a day, it was worth every post. :D
I never made it the store. I woke up with a pretty vile stomach virus and have barely left the computer...except for... you know.

Ugh. Feel better!

Silver Crusade

Patrick Curtin wrote:


Please Treppa, stay safe. I know the slog, try not to burn yourself to the ground. We all love you and want you safe.

+1

We need our Treppa alive and well!

Silver Crusade

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Achievement unlocked: 2 new dental fillings (drilling and all) with no numbing agents.

Did I level?

It was my lower wisdom teeth, and the dentist could not numb them without numbing my entire jaw, so we went without. It actually wasn't bad.

The best part is - my dental work is done! *Knocks on wood* For as long as I can remember, there has always been some dental procedure or other that I have been putting off, but there is nothing left. He was like, "See you at your next cleaning" and I was like "Whoa".


Celestial Healer wrote:

Achievement unlocked: 2 new dental fillings (drilling and all) with no numbing agents.

Did I level?

It was my lower wisdom teeth, and the dentist could not numb them without numbing my entire jaw, so we went without. It actually wasn't bad.

The best part is - my dental work is done! *Knocks on wood* For as long as I can remember, there has always been some dental procedure or other that I have been putting off, but there is nothing left. He was like, "See you at your next cleaning" and I was like "Whoa".

Usually all of the wisdom teeth get removed simultaneously ... but to be fair, (a) my memory of dental sturfs is dated; and (b) I had to have all of my teeth cut out at once.

I get to gum tender steak that I grill, so I don't often miss having teeth. Except when I come across tasty nuts. That's the only time I really miss chompers. Over time those cravings have largely subsided. Nut butters scratch that itch nowadays. :)


Freehold DM wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
The days of snatching 2-3 hours between jobs is OVER baby!

Still doing that, meself. I was having trouble falling asleep while driving and veering off the road, across the center line, etc. I started stopping for coffee as soon as I start nodding. Now I sleep while driving - I actually dream and stay on the road. Then, when I wake up, I don't know where I am, nor if I am really awake or still dreaming.

It's awful.

If I'm winking at you in the passenger seat, it's a sure sign you're dreaming.

Aww, too bad.


Treppa's Mass Effect Hamster wrote:
Who will not feed me if you're gone...

Are you still alive? I thought Garrus ate you.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
The Mad Comrade wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
The days of snatching 2-3 hours between jobs is OVER baby!

Still doing that, meself. I was having trouble falling asleep while driving and veering off the road, across the center line, etc. I started stopping for coffee as soon as I start nodding. Now I sleep while driving - I actually dream and stay on the road. Then, when I wake up, I don't know where I am, nor if I am really awake or still dreaming.

It's awful.

Please stop doing that, Treppa. 'tis a recipe for becoming road pizza.

Yes. I only survived because I only need four hours a night. That's a genetic blessing. If you are sleeping while driving, one day a deer or bear is going to interrupt your autopilot

That will be a bad day.

Please Treppa, stay safe. I know the slog, try not to burn yourself to the ground. We all love you and want you safe.

D'awww <3.

I am doing the coffee thing and will just pull over and nap if I am nodding. That is the stuff of horror movies, but better than getting into a head-on in the middle of nowhere.


Bears are not good accessories on cars.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
The Mad Comrade wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
The days of snatching 2-3 hours between jobs is OVER baby!

Still doing that, meself. I was having trouble falling asleep while driving and veering off the road, across the center line, etc. I started stopping for coffee as soon as I start nodding. Now I sleep while driving - I actually dream and stay on the road. Then, when I wake up, I don't know where I am, nor if I am really awake or still dreaming.

It's awful.

Please stop doing that, Treppa. 'tis a recipe for becoming road pizza.

Yes. I only survived because I only need four hours a night. That's a genetic blessing. If you are sleeping while driving, one day a deer or bear is going to interrupt your autopilot

That will be a bad day.

Please Treppa, stay safe. I know the slog, try not to burn yourself to the ground. We all love you and want you safe.

indeed.

I want cyborg treppa not treppa cyborg.


I wanna go to bed so badly. I can barely keep my eyes open. But I have to wait until the clothes in my dryer are finished. My dryer is old and it only works on one setting, and that setting won't shut off by itself, so I have to wait on it.

Silver Crusade

The Mad Comrade wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Achievement unlocked: 2 new dental fillings (drilling and all) with no numbing agents.

Did I level?

It was my lower wisdom teeth, and the dentist could not numb them without numbing my entire jaw, so we went without. It actually wasn't bad.

The best part is - my dental work is done! *Knocks on wood* For as long as I can remember, there has always been some dental procedure or other that I have been putting off, but there is nothing left. He was like, "See you at your next cleaning" and I was like "Whoa".

Usually all of the wisdom teeth get removed simultaneously ... but to be fair, (a) my memory of dental sturfs is dated; and (b) I had to have all of my teeth cut out at once.

I get to gum tender steak that I grill, so I don't often miss having teeth. Except when I come across tasty nuts. That's the only time I really miss chompers. Over time those cravings have largely subsided. Nut butters scratch that itch nowadays. :)

There's no particular reason to remove all wisdom teeth at once unless something is wrong with all of them, although some people who need orthodontic work will get them all taken out to make room for that.

Do you have dentures?

Dark Archive

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DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Well, knowing nothing and caring nothing for Starfinder I can't really contribute much to this topic. Though I agree the sumbyatches should be shot at!

~shakes my head sadly~ I am so disappointed in you, DungeonmasterRichard. You should know better. You just pop in and claim that something is wrong, then berate their opinion of some point or another.

~gives a wicked smile and disappears~


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John Napier 698 wrote:

Crock-pot Chili: 3lbs. Ground beef, 2 cans Red Kidney Beans, 2 Jars Tomato sauce, 3 yellow onions. 3 Tablespoons minced Garlic, 2 packets Chili Seasoning.

Brown the ground beef in a skillet. To the Crock-pot put in the Kidney Beans (drained) the Tomato Sauce, The onions (peeled and sliced), the Garlic, and the seasoning packets. Set pot for 6 hours.

When the beef is done (no red anywhere) add to the Crock-pot and stir it in. Continue cooking.

Side dishes: Rice, Bread, Tortilla chips

Optional: serve Chili with grated Cheddar on top.

Optional? OPTIONAL?!? There is NO optional when it comes to cheddar on chilli!!!


Or you can just burn it down by calling everyone a+#&~!!s and comparing random people to historical dictators.


Sharoth wrote:
Optional? OPTIONAL?!? There is NO optional when it comes to cheddar on chilli!!!

It is if someone's lactose intolerant. Not that I am.


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This is pretty awesome.


Evil Overlord wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Well, knowing nothing and caring nothing for Starfinder I can't really contribute much to this topic. Though I agree the sumbyatches should be shot at!

~shakes my head sadly~ I am so disappointed in you, DungeonmasterRichard. You should know better. You just pop in and claim that something is wrong, then berate their opinion of some point or another.

~gives a wicked smile and disappears~

I humbly ask your forgiveness.

Dark Archive

DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Evil Overlord wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Well, knowing nothing and caring nothing for Starfinder I can't really contribute much to this topic. Though I agree the sumbyatches should be shot at!

~shakes my head sadly~ I am so disappointed in you, DungeonmasterRichard. You should know better. You just pop in and claim that something is wrong, then berate their opinion of some point or another.

~gives a wicked smile and disappears~

I humbly ask your forgiveness.

Don't fail me again.


~whistles~ Nice!


Celestial Healer wrote:
The Mad Comrade wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Achievement unlocked: 2 new dental fillings (drilling and all) with no numbing agents.

Did I level?

It was my lower wisdom teeth, and the dentist could not numb them without numbing my entire jaw, so we went without. It actually wasn't bad.

The best part is - my dental work is done! *Knocks on wood* For as long as I can remember, there has always been some dental procedure or other that I have been putting off, but there is nothing left. He was like, "See you at your next cleaning" and I was like "Whoa".

Usually all of the wisdom teeth get removed simultaneously ... but to be fair, (a) my memory of dental sturfs is dated; and (b) I had to have all of my teeth cut out at once.

I get to gum tender steak that I grill, so I don't often miss having teeth. Except when I come across tasty nuts. That's the only time I really miss chompers. Over time those cravings have largely subsided. Nut butters scratch that itch nowadays. :)

There's no particular reason to remove all wisdom teeth at once unless something is wrong with all of them, although some people who need orthodontic work will get them all taken out to make room for that.

Do you have dentures?

Some people don't have sufficient space along a given jaw to retain their wisdom teeth which can result in nasty impacting and fracturing and all of that fun stuff. It gets much worse if they crack or split, acting as prime incubators for tooth infections that get super-nasty very, very quickly. Nearly died 2 or 3 times from tooth infections before they finally got carved out of my face. Those things can and will kill you fairly quickly, and it'll suck the entire time. Some women I've heard say that they would rather go through child birth pain again than tooth infection pain. Booze does next to nothing for it, you need serious stuff to control the pain. The kind that you really should not be operating a vehicle or any other 'heavy machinery' while using it to manage such pain.

I tried dentures but they constantly triggered my gag reflex. So I adapted and overcame.

I can eat most food. Only the really tough crunchy foods present a problem. The trick is to more finely cut the pieces down in size. You really don't want to gobble down, say, a hot dog in three or four bites normally for example. Without teeth this rule applies doubly true, so you simply have to take in smaller bite-portions at a time.

Another part of the learning curve is that your entire mouth is more sensitive and vulnerable. A hot sample at a wholesale club can give you a burn-blister when you're not careful. Boiling hot beverages are not a good idea as a result, so allow an extra minute or three for them to cool down.

You can unintentionally cut something open on sharper food items that you used to be able to ignore, so there is a short relearning period as you adjust to silverware. Kinda sucks poking your gums a few times with a sharp fork or knife-tip. Fried foods sometimes have sharp bits on them that you used to be able to crunch right through. I found that using a fork with most fried food thwarts such hostile cuisine. ;)

Salads can be finely diced or shredded, so they're plenty edible with a bit of elbow grease before tucking in. Tough meat like the standard forms of beef jerky are a no-go while most everything else is nommable.

After the mouth heals and you begin to toughen up your gums the range of food options widens with decent alacrity over the next several months.

Corn-on-the-cob I have to slice off the cob, but that's okay since I preferred that long before the chompers went away. If you gum it the mess is more trouble than its worth as you lose more corn than gets taken in. Why waste good corn, especially when you've grilled it yourself!

Super-tough candies and foods can only be slobbered on and discarded - which is pretty pointless so they're just avoided altogether. No peanut brittle or nuts, for example.

Learning to speak with only the occasional lisp (due to lacking the front teeth required to enunciate some words properly) took less time than one might think.

If fortunes were to allow affording dental implants, I'm not certain that I would go through with them. For all practical purposes I don't need them. I'd rather spend the money on a significant remodeling of my home or getting a new or slightly used very nice car.


Sharoth wrote:
~whistles~ Nice!

Limey Longear's apartment?


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And so the unpacking continues....


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One nice thing about my commute is that it has reinvigorated my reading. Considering the amount of unread books I have in my tsundoku, this is a good thing.


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I need to read @100 books by next fall. I think it's doable.


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I think I am going to hold off on Internet for a bit. I have unlimited data on my phone, and I think I can hotspot my Kindle to get Netflix. Also, I have a huge DVD library I can go thru. Saving money is key right now.


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Well, time to walk el Poocho MacGoocho. Catch you later Bill and Ted!

*blink*


Ok, Mr. Jim Butcher! Enough is enough! Finish up the next Dresden Files book NOW!!!


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Well, time to walk el Poocho MacGoocho. Catch you later Bill and Ted!

*blink*

Catch you later Bill and Ted!

...wait! Did that monkey just talk!


Ted Theodore Logan wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

Well, time to walk el Poocho MacGoocho. Catch you later Bill and Ted!

*blink*

Catch you later Bill and Ted!

...wait! Did that monkey just talk!

Shut up, Ted!


Sharoth wrote:
Ok, Mr. Jim Butcher! Enough is enough! Finish up the next Dresden Files book NOW!!!

Write Jim, write like a wind storm!


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Is it already Thursday? Outstanding!


Oh gods, is it already Thursday? *groan*


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Thursday? Ah man, why couldn't it be Friday already?


Time marches ever onward dear gentlecritters. Embrace your Little Death this night, for soon enough Big Death claims us all.


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Hey Patrick, how does the pooch like the new digs? He settling in OK?


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Treppa wrote:
Hey Patrick, how does the pooch like the new digs? He settling in OK?

Wilbur seems to be enjoying it. I think he enjoys the fact I am on a regular schedule and home a lot more often.


Good yawn-ning...


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Farewell, gallant Cassini: best photographer in the galaxy. <3

RPG Superstar 2012

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I'll be back in full in a couple of weeks, after the culmination of a sanity-preserving job resignation. :)

In the meantime, please consider entering this here monster-making contest. Make monsters, get stuff!


Drejk wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
~whistles~ Nice!
Limey Longear's apartment?

I'm not jealous.

Nope. Not even a little. O_o


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FRIDAY NUTTER-BUTTERS!

And still no weekend events I have to deal with, so YES!
THE CHAMPIONS ONLINE WILL BELONG TO ME!

After I make my own Almond-crust so I can have a friggin' PIZZA on pizza night instead of eggplant! :D

(Nothing against Eggplant. My wife loves it, and it makes an acceptable bottom layer for a carb-less lasagna. but I. WANT. MY. PIZZA!)

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