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They're doing traffic enforcement on the main thoroughfare two blocks from our domicile. I'm made aware of this fact, by the occasional squawk of the constable's siren.

Edit: Nakedness is timeless.


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Political viewpoints aside, I'm still extraordinarily tickled/depressed by political events:

"Trump supporters are animals! Look at them sucker-punching protesters and promoting violence against them!"

A couple of weeks later...
"Look! Trump supporters in our neck of the woods! Let's beat 'em up!"

I haven't seen nor heard of such heated political violence (associated with the two "big" parties) in our country in 40+ years...


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Light 'em up!

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Freehold DM wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

Okay, can anyone explain to me what the heck Case Closed's "end theme" is about? There's a girl at the end, and the theme (when English is used) seems to be "Respect Yourself" but she has what kind of seems to be a bit of a ditzy expression, and she may be the sister or former girlfriend of Conan when he was a teen?

I thought Episode 6 made it clear it was Conan's sister, but the Episode 7-9 three-parter made me rethink that... for... uh... reasons.

Anyway, the end credits feels like the scenes should be significant, but between a lack of Japanese and a complete lack of history for their relationship, I have no idea what any of it is getting at.

(I have questions about the people in the opening credits as well, but that just feels like a vague hand-wavey introduction to their current relationships as most theme songs do, instead of a deeply insightful and important reference to their past.)

So... anyone? Or am I just conflating people who kind of look a little alike due to anime stylings?

I like the show, but there's enough history that it's hard to guess at exactly who I'm looking at and how they relate to everyone else (except his three/four kid side-kick-like characters).

if you are watching it dubbed you deserve whatever confusion you find yourself mired in.

Actually, it's all subbed, sadly. That's the only way Netflix plays it, it seems. Such a shame.

So, now that we've clarified our political stances: explain, please. Thanks!

:D

shakes fist TACTICSLIOOOOOOOOOOON!

~escorts Freehold DM out of the thread for Anime Politics~


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Cows on the Concourse is tomorrow! Yay!


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I am glad that it is Friday. I will be taking a nap soon. One of the few pluses to the night shift is the fact that I can officially take a nap during the day.


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NobodysHome wrote:

Political viewpoints aside, I'm still extraordinarily tickled/depressed by political events:

Spoiler:

"Trump supporters are animals! Look at them sucker-punching protesters and promoting violence against them!"

A couple of weeks later...
"Look! Trump supporters in our neck of the woods! Let's beat 'em up!"

I haven't seen nor heard of such heated political violence (associated with the two "big" parties) in our country in 40+ years...

Maybe if we need to talk politics, we should probably create a new "Civil U.S. Election 2016 Discussion" thread?

Mods: Please don't hate me for suggesting it.

As for your comment NH:

Spoiler:
NBC reporter Katy Tur tweeted that at least some of the protestors weren't affiliated with any political candidate or party but were self-described "anarchists."

The Washington Post article on the San Jose violence had a photo of some of the people burning Trump hats. Their signs indicate they supporters of Gloria La Riva, of the Party for Socialism and Liberation. So again, not Clinton or Sanders supporters.

Edit: Not trying to single anyone out. Believe me, all the WTF in this election is bugging me too, but I'm fortunate enough to have a non-Facebook site to follow it on/discuss it. (PM me if you want a link to drink from the firehose.)


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Political viewpoints aside, I'm still extraordinarily tickled/depressed by political events:** spoiler omitted **

Maybe if we need to talk politics, we should probably create a new "Civil U.S. Election 2016 Discussion" thread?

Mods: Please don't hate me for suggesting it.

As for your comment NH:** spoiler omitted **

Edit: Not trying to single anyone out. Believe me, all the WTF in this election is bugging me too, but I'm fortunate enough to have a non-Facebook site to follow it on/discuss it. (PM me if you want a link to drink from the firehose.)

Nah; the whole point is that I *don't* want to discuss politics. I'm enjoying FaWtL's freedom from it.

Honestly, I stopped listening to the radio in favor of Pandora, blocked all unidentified callers, and have a "No Solicitors" sign on my door I strictly enforce. And I've been all the happier for it.

But I still marvel at the heat of passion in the populace. I can't remember this much pent-up anger and overt violence since the late '60s/early '70s.


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Though I'll admit (under separate post) that I understand your frustration with misrepresentations of events and exactly who the instigators were.

Back in the '80s during the anti-apartheid riots at Berkeley, I knew "friends" who would intentionally go to the protests, just because they knew they could start smashing stuff and all the protesters would join in and they could start a riot.
They didn't care one way or the other about apartheid. They just liked breaking stuff, and starting a riot was an easy way to get a free pass to do it...

And of course, all the anti-anti-apartheid people took this as proof that the anti-apartheid movement was populated by a bunch of rioters and thugs...


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Hola, FaWtLfolk! What's up?

So, weirdly for me, Facebook devoured most of my internet time the past few months, and YouTube ate most of the rest. Gaming has started again! For the first time since August! I'm starting up a RotRL game for my wife's siblings. Character generation was (mostly) last Saturday, finishing up tomorrow. Running We Be Goblins as a prequel. Should be interesting. This will be their first "real" game. I ran the Beginner's Box adventure for them 2 years ago, and they loved it, but they are usually so involved with sports that we never had time to play. This summer neither is involved with anything (unfortunately one is due to medical issues, but its minor; sprained knee, has to take it easy for a few weeks), so we get to play.


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Sandpoint is Gravity Falls.

Think about it.


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Glad you're back, Ivan! :D


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captain yesterday wrote:

Sandpoint is Gravity Falls.

Think about it.

I would have to see Gravity Falls to get the reference, and unless they put it on Netflix, I'm unlikely to anytime soon since I don't have cable.


captain yesterday wrote:

Sandpoint is Gravity Falls.

Think about it.

Ivan Rûski wrote:
I would have to see Gravity Falls to get the reference, and unless they put it on Netflix, I'm unlikely to anytime soon since I don't have cable.

This is thoroughly understandable but terribly sad and filled with the melancholy of infinite loss.

(That said, if it helps - and it might not - Gravity Falls is now "finished" as a series, so they might release the whole thing, soon.)


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Ivan Rûski wrote:

Hola, FaWtLfolk! What's up?

So, weirdly for me, Facebook devoured most of my internet time the past few months, and YouTube ate most of the rest. Gaming has started again! For the first time since August! I'm starting up a RotRL game for my wife's siblings. Character generation was (mostly) last Saturday, finishing up tomorrow. Running We Be Goblins as a prequel. Should be interesting. This will be their first "real" game. I ran the Beginner's Box adventure for them 2 years ago, and they loved it, but they are usually so involved with sports that we never had time to play. This summer neither is involved with anything (unfortunately one is due to medical issues, but its minor; sprained knee, has to take it easy for a few weeks), so we get to play.

Gaming with family is All Awesomeness.

Allowing kids to play goblins in We Be Goblins...
...priceless!


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captain yesterday wrote:

Sandpoint is Gravity Falls.

Think about it.

Shmebulock.


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Well, older kids. 14 year old brother and 16 year old sister. They're mature enough that I wouldn't mind having them become part of our core group eventually. If I can ever not feel awkward talking to them the same way I do my friends. I can be (ok am) a foul mouthed SOB when I'm hanging out. And the generational gap is there. They are still younger than I was when they were born. But yes, gaming with them shall prove to be great fun I'm sure.

So, in other news, I think I'm becoming a closet brony after watching most of the series with my daughter over the past few months.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Sandpoint is Gravity Falls.

Think about it.

SMebulok!

Edit- Ninja'd again! :/

Edit to the Edit: By Minutes instead of seconds it seems. I AM getting slow! :P


Shmebulock wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Sandpoint is Gravity Falls.

Think about it.

Shmebulock.

You make a very eloquent point.


Ivan Rûski wrote:

Well, older kids. 14 year old brother and 16 year old sister. They're mature enough that I wouldn't mind having them become part of our core group eventually. If I can ever not feel awkward talking to them the same way I do my friends. I can be (ok am) a foul mouthed SOB when I'm hanging out. And the generational gap is there. They are still younger than I was when they were born. But yes, gaming with them shall prove to be great fun I'm sure.

So, in other news, I think I'm becoming a closet brony after watching most of the series with my daughter over the past few months.

Stay good, Ivan! *boing*

EDIT: I just realized this looks really wired out of context. It's, uh... it's a reference to Sluggy Freelance. The hyperactive ferret always tells people to stay good and goes "boing!" which is her sound effect for jumping.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Sandpoint is Gravity Falls.

Think about it.

SMebulok!

Edit- Ninja'd again! :/

Edit to the Edit: By Minutes instead of seconds it seems. I AM getting slow! :P

Well, it takes time to craft that sort of eloquence.


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I've only seen the first season and a couple episodes of the second season. I'm actually quite annoyed by the lack of Gravity Falls both in streaming and DVD. I got mine through ITunes, which at 1.99 a pop is not ideal. Which is why we've only seen twelve episodes in a year.


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I've only seen the first season and a couple episodes of the second season. I'm actually quite annoyed by the lack of Gravity Falls both in streaming and DVD. I got mine through ITunes, which at 1.99 a pop is not ideal. Which is why we've only seen twelve episodes in a year.

Oh! You've not seen the end? Let me tell you all about it, as it turns out everyone is the viewer in purgatory stuff happens.


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Construction woes:
I bought a set of supposedly "steel" screws (#8 x 1.5"). I have a battery-powered hammer drill (so not exactly a monster; even with the battery attached I doubt it tops 3 pounds).

With a hammer drill, I felt no need to drill a pilot hole. Screw #1 snapped clean in two. Hmm... cheap screw. Screw #2 snapped clean in two... in the exact same place!!!!

What the heck kind of "steel" is so weak you can't drive a #8 screw into a 2"x4" without drilling a pilot hole?

And will such a screwed-up-screw even hold up my shot glass set?


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Tacticslion wrote:
Ivan Rûski wrote:

Well, older kids. 14 year old brother and 16 year old sister. They're mature enough that I wouldn't mind having them become part of our core group eventually. If I can ever not feel awkward talking to them the same way I do my friends. I can be (ok am) a foul mouthed SOB when I'm hanging out. And the generational gap is there. They are still younger than I was when they were born. But yes, gaming with them shall prove to be great fun I'm sure.

So, in other news, I think I'm becoming a closet brony after watching most of the series with my daughter over the past few months.

Stay good, Ivan! *boing*

EDIT: I just realized this looks really wired out of context. It's, uh... it's a reference to Sluggy Freelance. The hyperactive ferret always tells people to stay good and goes "boing!" which is her sound effect for jumping.

Honestly, I thought it was attempt at a Pinkie Pie reference.

Well, g'night all. Work tonight, so must sleep.


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Pea Bear, despite having a deep love for horses, never really got into My Little Pony. She has a few, and has seen the cartoon a few times, but that's about it.

It's certainly a good cartoon. :-)


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I thought about reading through the Civil Religion thread, but honestly, I don't want to read 10,000 posts to catch up.

All I wanna do is complain about the culture associated with my own religion without actually being offensive. Is there no place for me?

I also have a funny comment that is moderately offensive...but...I mean I'm bashing my own people. Other Christians I know either laugh a LOT at it, or frown and look at me like I'm a jerk. I correlate this directly to whether or not they're the type to use the word "thou" in a non-ironic manner when engaging in spiritual discussions.

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I visual guide to contemporary eye sex. TSFW (totally safe for work)


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thegreenteagamer wrote:

I thought about reading through the Civil Religion thread, but honestly, I don't want to read 10,000 posts to catch up.

All I wanna do is complain about the culture associated with my own religion without actually being offensive. Is there no place for me?

I also have a funny comment that is moderately offensive...but...I mean I'm bashing my own people. Other Christians I know either laugh a LOT at it, or frown and look at me like I'm a jerk. I correlate this directly to whether or not they're the type to use the word "thou" in a non-ironic manner when engaging in spiritual discussions.

THOU are WRONG!!!


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I visual guide to contemporary eye sex. TSFW (totally safe for work)

The last one made all the laughs happen.


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Sharoth wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:

I thought about reading through the Civil Religion thread, but honestly, I don't want to read 10,000 posts to catch up.

All I wanna do is complain about the culture associated with my own religion without actually being offensive. Is there no place for me?

I also have a funny comment that is moderately offensive...but...I mean I'm bashing my own people. Other Christians I know either laugh a LOT at it, or frown and look at me like I'm a jerk. I correlate this directly to whether or not they're the type to use the word "thou" in a non-ironic manner when engaging in spiritual discussions.

THOU are WRONG!!!

Eat thou shorts!


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Sharoth wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:

I thought about reading through the Civil Religion thread, but honestly, I don't want to read 10,000 posts to catch up.

All I wanna do is complain about the culture associated with my own religion without actually being offensive. Is there no place for me?

I also have a funny comment that is moderately offensive...but...I mean I'm bashing my own people. Other Christians I know either laugh a LOT at it, or frown and look at me like I'm a jerk. I correlate this directly to whether or not they're the type to use the word "thou" in a non-ironic manner when engaging in spiritual discussions.

THOU art WRONG!!!

Fixed that for you in italics. Don't make me go 18th century Grammar Proto-Nazi on you.


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Sharoth wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:

I thought about reading through the Civil Religion thread, but honestly, I don't want to read 10,000 posts to catch up.

All I wanna do is complain about the culture associated with my own religion without actually being offensive. Is there no place for me?

I also have a funny comment that is moderately offensive...but...I mean I'm bashing my own people. Other Christians I know either laugh a LOT at it, or frown and look at me like I'm a jerk. I correlate this directly to whether or not they're the type to use the word "thou" in a non-ironic manner when engaging in spiritual discussions.

THOU are WRONG!!!
Eat thou shorts!

Thou shall be smited!


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Jebediah, Puritan Jerk wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:

I thought about reading through the Civil Religion thread, but honestly, I don't want to read 10,000 posts to catch up.

All I wanna do is complain about the culture associated with my own religion without actually being offensive. Is there no place for me?

I also have a funny comment that is moderately offensive...but...I mean I'm bashing my own people. Other Christians I know either laugh a LOT at it, or frown and look at me like I'm a jerk. I correlate this directly to whether or not they're the type to use the word "thou" in a non-ironic manner when engaging in spiritual discussions.

THOU are WRONG!!!
Eat thou shorts!

Verily, I doth inquire, dist thou mean to eateth thine shorts? Yay, the thought did crosseth mine mind, but forsooth, I am denied the answer in all of its cryptic ways.


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thegreenteagamer wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:

I thought about reading through the Civil Religion thread, but honestly, I don't want to read 10,000 posts to catch up.

All I wanna do is complain about the culture associated with my own religion without actually being offensive. Is there no place for me?

I also have a funny comment that is moderately offensive...but...I mean I'm bashing my own people. Other Christians I know either laugh a LOT at it, or frown and look at me like I'm a jerk. I correlate this directly to whether or not they're the type to use the word "thou" in a non-ironic manner when engaging in spiritual discussions.

THOU art WRONG!!!
Fixed that for you in italics. Don't make me go 18th century Grammar Proto-Nazi on you.

What kind of art are we talking about? Art Deco? Art nouvaeu?


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Okay, you're trolling me now. I can't stop and correct every time someone forgets words like "shalt" or to add an "eth" on the end of random words; I'd be busy all day.


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While I avoid any and all discussion of religion whenever possible, I was rather appalled to learn from Impus Minor's nurse that at HER church, the majority of the adult congregation now sat in the pews intently focused on their mobile devices while the pastor was speaking.

She suggested a "video-and-shame" system whereby such parishioners would be videoed by surveillance cameras and their images projected on the walls of the church, just to remind people to show the proper respect.

I am not a churchgoer, but I have attended church services with friends. And the notion of playing video games while the pastor speaks is just so offensive, so objectionable, that I never even considered that someone might be so rude as to try it.

My opinion of the general public knows no depths.


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While I avoid any and all discussion of religion whenever possible, I was rather appalled to learn from Impus Minor's nurse that at HER church, the majority of the adult congregation now sat in the pews intently focused on their mobile devices while the pastor was speaking.

She suggested a "video-and-shame" system whereby such parishioners would be videoed by surveillance cameras and their images projected on the walls of the church, just to remind people to show the proper respect.

I am not a churchgoer, but I have attended church services with friends. And the notion of playing video games while the pastor speaks is just so offensive, so objectionable, that I never even considered that someone might be so rude as to try it.

My opinion of the general public knows no depths.

I've seen it at my church. It's usually teenagers forced to go by their parents. Which, regardless of your religion, makes me raise the question - if you're forcing your child to do anything, it means it's something important to you - but how is it important enough to force them to go to but not important enough to force them to pay attention to? At that point, just let them stay home and eliminate the negative association.


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Thats crazy. Church service is nappy time... er, for quiet worship.


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thegreenteagamer wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

While I avoid any and all discussion of religion whenever possible, I was rather appalled to learn from Impus Minor's nurse that at HER church, the majority of the adult congregation now sat in the pews intently focused on their mobile devices while the pastor was speaking.

She suggested a "video-and-shame" system whereby such parishioners would be videoed by surveillance cameras and their images projected on the walls of the church, just to remind people to show the proper respect.

I am not a churchgoer, but I have attended church services with friends. And the notion of playing video games while the pastor speaks is just so offensive, so objectionable, that I never even considered that someone might be so rude as to try it.

My opinion of the general public knows no depths.

I've seen it at my church. It's usually teenagers forced to go by their parents. Which, regardless of your religion, makes me raise the question - if you're forcing your child to do anything, it means it's something important to you - but how is it important enough to force them to go to but not important enough to force them to pay attention to? At that point, just let them stay home and eliminate the negative association.

That was what made me sad. She said the parents forced the teenagers to pay attention, then THEY got on their devices.

So as she put it, "The kids and the teenagers are paying more attention than their parents!"


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In other news, the screws went in with pilot holes drilled... and of course the right-hand screw doesn't have a stud.

Stupid furniture and not being 16" wide!

Grrr....


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I got a four pack of playdoh and a pie making kit for it, ten bucks altogether.

But the Me time i've had the last hour and twenty minutes as they play in the kitchen.

Priceless.

Which is good, because tomorrow morning is going to be all hipsters doused in paculli oil, and cow s%@%. lots of cow s#*~. Hopefully we can get there before the sun starts baking it all together into a big cloud of methane and cheap lager fumes.

And the General works tomorrow morning which means i get to tackle the whole thing- bus ride, kids, hipsters, cow s%*#, crowds, and cheap lager- all by myself.

Honestly, this is, surprisingly, where i shine best. No one handles b@~+$#$* like Captain Yesterday!


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My wife leaves the state tomorrow and the country a few days after that. I'm going to miss her a lot. It's only eight days, but still...friend of hers has cancer coming back and wants one last trip, and my wife was the only friend who didn't flake on her.

She's going to New York, because that was one of like four states I told her I don't mind if she goes to without me (California, Texas, and Alabama are the others) and then to Iceland because that was her friend's choice, and that boggles my mind.

I'm so jealous of Iceland. It's supposed to be in the 50s the whole week. I'm sweating so much in this Florida summer - it already feels like a hot box of sweaty death outside and it's not even July yet. Seriously - I'm going to a church literally across the street and about half a block away for a 12 step meeting in less than an hour and I actually am thinking about driving to have the air conditioning for that brief time. It's THAT bad (I walk everywhere within 2 miles normally).


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My wife leaves the state tomorrow and the country a few days after that. I'm going to miss her a lot. It's only eight days, but still...friend of hers has cancer coming back and wants one last trip, and my wife was the only friend who didn't flake on her.

She's going to New York, because that was one of like four states I told her I don't mind if she goes to without me (California, Texas, and Alabama are the others) and then to Iceland because that was her friend's choice, and that boggles my mind.

I'm so jealous of Iceland. It's supposed to be in the 50s the whole week. I'm sweating so much in this Florida summer - it already feels like a hot box of sweaty death outside and it's not even July yet. Seriously - I'm going to a church literally across the street and about half a block away for a 12 step meeting in less than an hour and I actually am thinking about driving to have the air conditioning for that brief time. It's THAT bad (I walk everywhere within 2 miles normally).

!!!???!!!

Because you feel it's "safe" or because you'd never want to go there? And don't forget, there are at least 5 different Californias to choose from:

  • S.F. Bay Area: We're so accepting of acceptance that you cannot possibly be accepting enough for us to accept you, so we reject you as being unworthy.
  • L.A.:We have turned being flaky a$$hats into an accepted lifestyle.
  • Northern California: They legalized pot!??!?! NOW what are we going to do with our hundred thousand acres of camouflaged, booby-trapped old growth forest?
  • Central California: We're honest-to-goodness rednecks, and we're proud of it! The rest of California can go hang!
  • The Sierras: Some of the most beautiful backcountry on God's Green Earth, marred only by the fact that too many people have now discovered it. Ah, for the 1970's, when you could go 7 miles in from any trailhead and not see another human being for a week...

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    Don't forget the Pacific Northwest part of California. :-D

    Which is pretty much S.F., Northern California, and Central California, ramped up to ten, and thrown together. With decommissioned missile silos, copious meth labs, and film crews for Cops thrown in the mix for extra fun. :-D


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    While I avoid any and all discussion of religion whenever possible, I was rather appalled to learn from Impus Minor's nurse that at HER church, the majority of the adult congregation now sat in the pews intently focused on their mobile devices while the pastor was speaking.

    She suggested a "video-and-shame" system whereby such parishioners would be videoed by surveillance cameras and their images projected on the walls of the church, just to remind people to show the proper respect.

    I am not a churchgoer, but I have attended church services with friends. And the notion of playing video games while the pastor speaks is just so offensive, so objectionable, that I never even considered that someone might be so rude as to try it.

    My opinion of the general public knows no depths.

    I blame it on the smartphone generation who can't be apart from it for even 5min. And when I suggested to a couple of them they needed to put it down till they finished their task acted like I was Hitler's second wife. An older person than I asked what one would do if they lost it permanently and the response was "kill myself". In light of this it doesn't surprise me that it is occurring in church when some of them value the device more than life.


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    I don't like leftist or right wing cultural extremes. California is so lefty it should be sold in a mall shop owned by Ned Flanders.


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    Well, I am left handed. :-)


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    June is Dairy Month! Thank god I don't have to spend it in a f#@!ing pink manure spreader driving down some s#@!hole anonymous Midwest main street parade, like when I was a kid. :-)

    And our families wonder why we moved to the city.

    Uh, gee, I wonder...


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    NobodysHome wrote:

    The general public knows no depths.

    Put this on an office poster of an adorable cat sitting on the edge of a toilet bowl and you'll make a bazillion dollars. At least.

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