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Celestial Healer wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Upstate New York is an urban legend.
Having lived there for 30 years, I can assure you - you are mostly right.

I'd put forth that it's more like an agriculture-themed horror movie directed by Ingmar Bergman.


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And with no cloths, all that nature seems even MORE dangerous!

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TOZ: It's really hard to find good ratfolk tokens. Especially with all the crazy templates they throw on them.
Cyzzane: This is not making me feel better about Sunday night.
TOZ: You'll just cheese it up with your summoner. Rabbi will die so others may live. Maybe.
Cyzzane: I don't want Rabbi to die!
TOZ: He'll be fine. He comes back, he's not real.
Cyzzane: HE'S REAL TO JABARI.
TOZ: Jabari's a teenager. Edward is real to teenagers.


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I'm scared

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Tacticslion wrote:
Praying for all those in Paris tonight.

I just don't get this crap going on


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My family has friends in Paris, my mom's been working Facebook all night trying to check up on them. Hopefully I'll find out more when I get home from work.

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captain yesterday wrote:
My family has friends in Paris, my mom's been working Facebook all night trying to check up on them. Hopefully I'll find out more when I get home from work.

I really hope all your families friends are not part of this tragedy


How far can Rosita about $60?

1 box of British black tea
1 bag of peppermint chocolate chip scone mix
1 box of onion, cheese, and bacon muffin mix
1 box of maple stout cupcake mix
2 jars of onion powder
2 jars of garlic powder
1 jar smoked paprika
1 jar ground orange peel
1 muffin pan
1 bag muffin liners
1 wine glass
1 bottle white wine
1 six pack Tsingtao beer

What public transit vehicle is Rosita on right now?

A cable car.


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*grumble-grumble*

GOG.

Promotion.

Legend Of Grimrock plus some other thingies.

Now I have Chronicles Of Riddick (a bonus for spending a total of $15 this sale) and empty PayPal...


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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
My family has friends in Paris, my mom's been working Facebook all night trying to check up on them. Hopefully I'll find out more when I get home from work.
I really hope all your families friends are not part of this tragedy

I just got home from work and no emails from my mom so hopefully that's good news, some real f~@$ed up s%*# >:-(


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That was a mood whiplash. Public transit was totally backed up for police activity at Union Square, so I did some shopping at work for a bit until it cleared and had a nice cable car ride. They recently designated most of Powell a public transit only street, and the cable cars are running like a dream. Quieter, too. Good mood. Then I find out the police activity at Union Square is because the police were on alert as a result of 130+ people getting killed by terrorists in Paris.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Upstate New York is an urban legend.
Having lived there for 30 years, I can assure you - you are mostly right.
I'd put forth that it's more like an agriculture-themed horror movie directed by Ingmar Bergman.

One of his earlier, funny works?


Kajehase wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Upstate New York is an urban legend.
Having lived there for 30 years, I can assure you - you are mostly right.
I'd put forth that it's more like an agriculture-themed horror movie directed by Ingmar Bergman.
One of his earlier, funny works?

I will count the boards of this pier. You will count the slits between the boards.


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Of course, in reality a Bergman joke was more of the "character sets his own fart on fire" type. (It's in Fanny & Alexander, which also has a young Pernilla August [Darth Vader's mom] as a maid.)


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Kajehase wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Incidentally, what's everyone's favorite pie.
As a Tremontaine reader, I have to answer Tomatoe pie.

And here's why:

Quote:
Micah hadn’t realized that cheese could be so good, all melty and drippy on top of tomato goop on top of flat bread baked in an oven.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Upstate New York is an urban legend.
Having lived there for 30 years, I can assure you - you are mostly right.
I'd put forth that it's more like an agriculture-themed horror movie directed by Ingmar Bergman.

It is wrong that my immediate first thought on reading this right now was picturing a Bergman-directed X-Files episode with Sir Attenborough and Werner Herzog as the co-leads investigating people being murdered by ennui in upstate NY?


Hmmm. I ran out of regular coffee, so I had to make this morning's batch with an emergency bag of pumpkin coffee I had in the freezer. I think it's doing weird sh*t to my brain.

Shadow Lodge

Whoa.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Hmmm. I ran out of regular coffee, so I had to make this morning's batch with an emergency bag of pumpkin coffee I had in the freezer. I think it's doing weird sh*t to my brain.

Pumpkin or pumpkin...spice?


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I work, until 6!

Got to work with Young Justin Bieber haircut guy, a very nice kid :-)


Working til 2 here. 2.25 more hours.


I get to work the door for the Lego building promo.

Which is mostly kids counting and asking if it's time yet... no.. what about now?... no... now?.. yes.. really!... no!.. you suck!


Rosita the Riveter wrote:
That was a mood whiplash. Public transit was totally backed up for police activity at Union Square, so I did some shopping at work for a bit until it cleared and had a nice cable car ride. They recently designated most of Powell a public transit only street, and the cable cars are running like a dream. Quieter, too. Good mood. Then I find out the police activity at Union Square is because the police were on alert as a result of 130+ people getting killed by terrorists in Paris.

Turns out the Union Square activity had nothing to do with Paris. A tour bus lost control, ran over a cyclist and two pedestrians, and slammed into five cars. Nobody dead, but lots of hospitalizations.


Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
That was a mood whiplash. Public transit was totally backed up for police activity at Union Square, so I did some shopping at work for a bit until it cleared and had a nice cable car ride. They recently designated most of Powell a public transit only street, and the cable cars are running like a dream. Quieter, too. Good mood. Then I find out the police activity at Union Square is because the police were on alert as a result of 130+ people getting killed by terrorists in Paris.
Turns out the Union Square activity had nothing to do with Paris. A tour bus lost control, ran over a cyclist and two pedestrians, and slammed into five cars. Nobody dead, but lots of hospitalizations.

OUCH!!! That sucks.


I like being Brute squad for concerts more than little kids, drunk people do the stupidest things. :-)


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And so I realize I misspelled Brute in Brute squad.


Hum ho. Dumped again.


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captain yesterday wrote:
And so I realize I misspelled Brute in Brute squad.

No you didn't.


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Limeylongears wrote:
Hum ho. Dumped again.

Dammit! So sorry. :(


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puts in anti-getting-s%+@-thrown-at-me-by-Treppa-and-Lynora suit

B@*+$es ain't s*%!!

Argh! The suit does nothing!!!


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If it makes you feel better, I got dumped once... Or twice... a lot.


Last night was work. Work was hard as a result of Paris and a drunk guy who couldn't believe I didn't want to kiss him.

Today is kingmaker Saturday. I will be in the mass effect thread later on today - sorry about the delay.


pbps traditionally slow on weekends.


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Treppa wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
And so I realize I misspelled Brute in Brute squad.
No you didn't.

Yeah, I thought it was part of the joke.


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captain yesterday wrote:

puts in anti-getting-s+#@-thrown-at-me-by-Treppa-and-Lynora suit

B$~@@es ain't s**@!

Argh! The suit does nothing!!!

Liches ain't s%+# but bones with tricks.


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Id Vicious wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

puts in anti-getting-s+#@-thrown-at-me-by-Treppa-and-Lynora suit

B$~@@es ain't s**@!

Argh! The suit does nothing!!!

Liches ain't s~%& but bones with tricks.

Not cool, man, not cool.


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Pea Bear got an A in science!!

And a B in language arts!!

For science!! And writing!!

This is from a student that had never gotten above a C equivalent :-)

Very, very proud!


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captain yesterday wrote:

Pea Bear got an A in science!!

And a B in language arts!!

For science!! And writing!!

This is from a student that had never gotten above a C equivalent :-)

Very, very proud!

Gratz!!! I am glad to hear that.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Pea Bear got an A in science!!

And a B in language arts!!

For science!! And writing!!

This is from a student that had never gotten above a C equivalent :-)

Very, very proud!

I like this kid!


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I hope that your game goes well, Freehold DM. Tell the wife I said hello.


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Operation Hennessey is opening for a significantly more influential band in about an hour and a half. Our bass player is panicking on Facebook. Going to be an interesting night.

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Thursday night, after we booked our reception hall, John went to play in his Wallyball league and turned his ankle. Today the ankle was rainbow shades of purple. I finally prevailed on him to go to a clinic for an X-ray, but I am happy to report it is not broken. Nasty sprain though. Probably a torn ligament :(


Celestial Healer wrote:
Thursday night, after we booked our reception hall, John went to play in his Wallyball league and turned his ankle. Today the ankle was rainbow shades of purple. I finally prevailed on him to go to a clinic for an X-ray, but I am happy to report it is not broken. Nasty sprain though. Probably a torn ligament :(

Oh, bad news. I'd rather break a bone. Heals faster and cleaner. Poor John.


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Joy!

I got the yearly are you coming to Thanksgiving some of you haven't RSVP'd on Facebook (i am the only one that's not on Facebook, it's well known).

We're going to flex our culinary muscles and do something up for ourselves, since they're going to be dicks about it.


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Best typo I've seen in a long time: "Lord High Reagent." Truly, he is peerless in his facilitation of chemical reactions.


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Watching a show where a dude goes to failing bars to fix them up. Almost every episode has bartenders drinking on a job. Seems a common thread, that. Like maybe something you really shouldn't do.

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captain yesterday wrote:

Joy!

I got the yearly are you coming to Thanksgiving some of you haven't RSVP'd on Facebook (i am the only one that's not on Facebook, it's well known).

We're going to flex our culinary muscles and do something up for ourselves, since they're going to be dicks about it.

I would never think to invite somebody for Thanksgiving dinner via Facebook. That just screams that a family is so disconnected that they refuse to pick up the phone and call one another.

I hope your own Thanksgiving is awesome.

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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Watching a show where a dude goes to failing bars to fix them up. Almost every episode has bartenders drinking on a job. Seems a common thread, that. Like maybe something you really shouldn't do.

I have heard it is remarkably common, even in bars that aren't failing.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Joy!

I got the yearly are you coming to Thanksgiving some of you haven't RSVP'd on Facebook (i am the only one that's not on Facebook, it's well known).

We're going to flex our culinary muscles and do something up for ourselves, since they're going to be dicks about it.

I would never think to invite somebody for Thanksgiving dinner via Facebook. That just screams that a family is so disconnected that they refuse to pick up the phone and call one another.

I hope your own Thanksgiving is awesome.

In fairness to my brothers, because of my own stubbornness I have switched phone providers and phones in the last three months, so I'm not sure they all have my new number. But they've never called before anyway, and our email hasn't changed in 15+ years, but to them life stops if it isn't on Facebook.

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(i am the only one that's not on Facebook, it's well known).

You are not alone

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