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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Thanks for making me get off my fat, lazy ass, Paizo. I was just fine in my chair in my livingroom, and I went to buy something from the site. Oh, but the address Paizo has for my card is no longer valid, because I moved. So I change the address? No, I have to input a new payment method. Which means getting up and going to my room and trying not to breath my roommate's smoke while I figure out where I shoved my wallet.

At the risk of having a post removed from FaWtL:

Yeah, my brain works this way. Sorry:

Doesn't "Where did Rosita shove her wallet?" sound like an adult party game?

I think the correct response is, "Down NobodysHome's throat".

I'll go away now.

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David M Mallon wrote:
Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
John Madden! Football
Sports go sports!

We're Great! And You Suck!


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The sports team from my region is superior to the sports team from your region. Go regional sports team and/or college!


NobodysHome wrote:
...I'll go away now....

...and apparently without my clothes. Must have been one heck of a party!


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I see'd him agin Ma! i tells you's i aint goin' nuts!


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havoc xiii wrote:
...also NH exotic pets?

Over the years:

(1) Crayfish Oh yea I forgot did have on of those for a little bit.
(2) Tarantula
(3) Black rat snake
(4) Chinchillae in great abundance -- never let anyone tell you they won't breed in captivity
(5) Madadascar day gecko
(6) Albino corn snake
(7) Leopard gecko

Also, a ferret (illegal in California even when neutered), a corgi, and a multitude of cats.

I forgot to add I had a black and white California King snake, my wife had an armadillo, goats, chickens, and ducks, now I'll include my brothers snakes....

Red tail Colombian boa
Ball python
White bull snake
Multiple corn snakes

We also had a vole that we rescued....that may have been a field rat >_>
Also a cockatiel

Story time on how I found out my bearded dragon Gargamel is a Gargamela...

So a little background. We named our dragon Gargamel after the villain in the smurfs because our dragon's favorite food is blueberries. So we went on assuming it was a "he".... Until my wife woke up to a very pissed and confused lizard surrounded by 18 eggs. She says apparently the agony of the cursed "time of the month" has transcended on to lizards as well. Oh and this is the same way she discovered "Max" the cockatiel is really "Maxcine".

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I always wanted a snake and/or bird growing up.

As of now though I just have cats and given my work schedule that's probably all I should have.


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panic panic panic


Suck it up sailor!


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On the subject of cats I recommend rescued cats. After the initial break in period where they are absolutely certain that you are the queen of evil and have brought them to your lair to do horrible and unspeakable deeds. They actually are genuinely grateful for the safe place to sleep and hunt, the free food and fresh water, the free toys, and the free medical care... well... ok maybe they aren't as happy with the free medical care. But they have been some of the most loving cats I have ever had the pleasure of knowing.


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Orthos wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
John Madden! Football
Sports go sports!
We're Great! And You Suck!

I miss Garfunkel and oates so much.....

For the (quite literal) love of god Orthos, do not look.


I wanted a chinchilla when I was a kid. I never got one, but that's fine.


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Aranna wrote:

On the subject of cats I recommend rescued cats. After the initial break in period where they are absolutely certain that you are the queen of evil and have brought them to your lair to do horrible and unspeakable deeds. They actually are genuinely grateful for the safe place to sleep and hunt, the free food and fresh water, the free toys, and the free medical care... well... ok maybe they aren't as happy with the free medical care. But they have been some of the most loving cats I have ever had the pleasure of knowing.

I love and miss my pebbles.

Who was mom's cat but thought she was my wife.


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Wife and kids are out, which means a Reno 911! Marathon, man that show cracks me up :-)


NobodysHome wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Thanks for making me get off my fat, lazy ass, Paizo. I was just fine in my chair in my livingroom, and I went to buy something from the site. Oh, but the address Paizo has for my card is no longer valid, because I moved. So I change the address? No, I have to input a new payment method. Which means getting up and going to my room and trying not to breath my roommate's smoke while I figure out where I shoved my wallet.

At the risk of having a post removed from FaWtL:

** spoiler omitted **

I'll go away now.

In your state of undress it could be worse...


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First jam session in absolutely flipping ages today, which was a lot of fun.

Sometimes we sounded like Can, which was ace.

The bass player had a super gorgeous Gibson EB2 bass, dating from 1964 or somewhen.

I got a nosebleed halfway through, and I have absolutely no idea why.

That's all.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Aranna wrote:

On the subject of cats I recommend rescued cats. After the initial break in period where they are absolutely certain that you are the queen of evil and have brought them to your lair to do horrible and unspeakable deeds. They actually are genuinely grateful for the safe place to sleep and hunt, the free food and fresh water, the free toys, and the free medical care... well... ok maybe they aren't as happy with the free medical care. But they have been some of the most loving cats I have ever had the pleasure of knowing.

I love and miss my pebbles.

Who was mom's cat but thought she was my wife.

She sounds sweet.


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Aranna wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Aranna wrote:

On the subject of cats I recommend rescued cats. After the initial break in period where they are absolutely certain that you are the queen of evil and have brought them to your lair to do horrible and unspeakable deeds. They actually are genuinely grateful for the safe place to sleep and hunt, the free food and fresh water, the free toys, and the free medical care... well... ok maybe they aren't as happy with the free medical care. But they have been some of the most loving cats I have ever had the pleasure of knowing.

I love and miss my pebbles.

Who was mom's cat but thought she was my wife.

She sounds sweet.

she was.

Rest, my good girl. I will rub your tummy again some day.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Aranna wrote:

On the subject of cats I recommend rescued cats. After the initial break in period where they are absolutely certain that you are the queen of evil and have brought them to your lair to do horrible and unspeakable deeds. They actually are genuinely grateful for the safe place to sleep and hunt, the free food and fresh water, the free toys, and the free medical care... well... ok maybe they aren't as happy with the free medical care. But they have been some of the most loving cats I have ever had the pleasure of knowing.

I love and miss my pebbles.

Who was mom's cat but thought she was my wife.

My wife brought a cat, whose name was also Pebbles, into our marriage, and the cat decided I belonged to her. She was my favorite cat.


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My cats say that I make a good slave.


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My favorite kind of night to work, nothing but old hippies and young stoners, this old lady hippy thanked me for smiling, jokes on her tho, I always smile :-)

The stuffed animals and bike aisles are a mess tho :-)

If only every night were this easy.


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My mom wouldn't allow cats inside the house and my wife and daughter are painfully allergic to them so I've never had a cat, I have many find memories of the many barn cats that passed thru our farm over the years.


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Yay break time!!


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i just came back from 4 hours of work


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I'd go adopt a cat right now if my current apartment didn't have a strict no pets policy and I wasn't looking at the likelihood of that remainig the case for the next few years. I grew up with cats, but the last few years I've lived places where they are banned.


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I miss cats
i love cats


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We have a Beagle, he's hilarious :-)


Limeylongears wrote:
Sometimes we sounded like Can, which was ace.

Hella ace.


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Date went surprisingly well. She's into history and old books, is a big fan of Jawbreaker, and is way more attractive than I deserve.

Maybe this will work out, or maybe she's just planning on laying eggs in my chest cavity. Not sure which is more probable.

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My cats are insistent that their place is either atop my arms, using me as a springboard, or between me and the computer. Repeated attempts to move them elsewhere or set them on the ground continue to fail.


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One of my cats, Buddy, passed a couple years ago, he used to jump on my shoulder and ride around on me. My daughter's cat spends as much time with me as he does with her, and my cat Suzy talks to much, but she's a cute tortoise shell calico, so I forgive her.


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Could be worse.


Miss Kitty wrote:
Could be worse.

problem i would like to have


Don't like cats. Always flipping their tails at me, just out of reach on a tree branch or fence. Think they're so damned superior. Hate 'em.


Goodreads assumes that because I read A Brief History of Time I must be interested in reading Richard Dawkins.

Um, no. He's a tool.


The chain for my pendant broke! I'm so upset.

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Miss Kitty wrote:
Could be worse.

That cat looks almost exactly like one of mine.

Unfortunately it's not the one that's always trying to climb on me.


unfortunately, unless I can find the right kind of adhesive for making a flexible join between silicone and metal, it's not fixable.


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Aniuś the Talewise wrote:

Goodreads assumes that because I read A Brief History of Time I must be interested in reading Richard Dawkins.

Um, no. He's a tool.

If you get the chance, though, I'd suggest reading The Greatest Show On Earth. It's one of the most clearly written books on biology that I've read in quite some time.


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Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
unfortunately, unless I can find the right kind of adhesive for making a flexible join between silicone and metal, it's not fixable.

Fine-grit sandpaper and a little dab of silicone caulk might work.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Aniuś the Talewise wrote:

Goodreads assumes that because I read A Brief History of Time I must be interested in reading Richard Dawkins.

Um, no. He's a tool.

If you get the chance, though, I'd suggest reading The Greatest Show On Earth. It's one of the most clearly written books on biology that I've read in quite some time.

Speaking of biology, Theodosius's Dobzhansky's 1973 essay "Nothing in Biology Makes Sense Except in the Light of Evolution" is awesome.

And he's right!


David M Mallon wrote:
Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
unfortunately, unless I can find the right kind of adhesive for making a flexible join between silicone and metal, it's not fixable.
Fine-grit sandpaper and a little dab of silicone caulk might work.

assuming I can find them. being on a college campus with no money or transport kind of limits my options.


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Just find a hippy jeweller, hippy jewellers love to trade.


Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
unfortunately, unless I can find the right kind of adhesive for making a flexible join between silicone and metal, it's not fixable.
Fine-grit sandpaper and a little dab of silicone caulk might work.
assuming I can find them. being on a college campus with no money or transport kind of limits my options.

You can usually find both at any hardware store, as well as most hobby shops and big box stores. The downside is that you might have to get a full-size tube of caulk, only to use one little tiny drop.


captain yesterday wrote:
Just find a hippy jeweller, hippy jewellers love to trade.

Never trust a hippy.


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Aniuś the Talewise wrote:

Goodreads assumes that because I read A Brief History of Time I must be interested in reading Richard Dawkins.

Um, no. He's a tool.

He may be a tool, but I did REALLY enjoy "The Selfish Gene."


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Sharoth wrote:
Aniuś the Talewise wrote:

Goodreads assumes that because I read A Brief History of Time I must be interested in reading Richard Dawkins.

Um, no. He's a tool.

He may be a tool, but I did REALLY enjoy "The Selfish Gene."

A lot of the essays in A Devil's Chaplain were pretty good, especially the one on the Postmodern Essay Generator.


two reasons not to look at youtube comments:

- the violent words of complete and utter lowlife
- spoilers for games you haven't played yet


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I never look at comments, ever.

No good can ever come of it.


captain yesterday wrote:

I never look at comments, ever.

No good can ever come of it.

sometimes people say funny or insightful stuff. also if i like a song in a video people might have already asked what the song is and got an answer.

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