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*Gets dressed* :P :D


That time when your contact folded up in your eye, leaving you with a long night, and extremely tired the next day, and you really don't feel like going to Taekwando, but you really should, because you're trying to get into a vague facsimile of health for the looming tournament this Saturday...

XI


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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Anyone with nothing to do Wednesday night can watch my convocation at http://www.ustream.tv/asutv
a convocation? Did you gain a wizard level or something?
That's not far from the truth.

HOLY CRAP YOU CAN MAKE EVEN MORE STUFF


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NobodysHome wrote:

It's going to be a quiet week for NH around here... 4 days of being bedridden followed by a day in Disneyland and a day of catch-up cleaning means that I have a ton of catch-up at work, and Impus Major is now so inundated with homework that I want to personally throttle every single one of his teachers.

Just as an example, on Monday of last week he received 5 1/2 hours of homework, all due Tuesday. Considering he gets home at 4 pm, that would have been a day of, "Go to school at 7:30 am, get home at 4 pm, work solid 'til 9:30 pm, go to bed and repeat tomorrow."

A workload of that once per quarter would not be unreasonable.
A workload of that at least once per week is unforgivable.

that beings back memories. Elementary school was filled with that kind of nonsense.


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Freehold DM wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Anyone with nothing to do Wednesday night can watch my convocation at http://www.ustream.tv/asutv
a convocation? Did you gain a wizard level or something?
That's not far from the truth.
HOLY CRAP YOU CAN MAKE EVEN MORE STUFF

This is from the math that you weren't properly taught.


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Good night, everybody!


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Good night, Kileanna, Kjeldorn, Limey, Sissyl, and Vid.


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Someone said my name...?
You do know it has to said three times or the result can be rather unpredictable...


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Nighty...

Going to bed soon.

I predict this week to be rather unproductive...


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Hey, Kjeldorn. Feeling any better, right now? Also, wished you good night in the other thread, so that's three times.


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Drejk wrote:

Nighty...

Going to bed soon.

I predict this week to be rather unproductive...

Good night, Drejk


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Yea, think I avoided an outright sinus infection, its been downgraded to a heavy head cold.


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Aside from the Saline Spray, are you taking any medicine for it? Over here there's an over-the-counter medication called Theraflu. I find it very effective. The taste isn't much, so I mix it into tea.


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Nope, no medication, just the spray, spicy food, hot drinks and the occasional glass of liquor.

Theraflu, I'll keep an eye out for some tomorrow when I go shopping.


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It's a combination pain reliever and decongestant. Here's the link.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Anyone with nothing to do Wednesday night can watch my convocation at http://www.ustream.tv/asutv
a convocation? Did you gain a wizard level or something?
That's not far from the truth.
HOLY CRAP YOU CAN MAKE EVEN MORE STUFF
This is from the math that you weren't properly taught.

procures hammer, ski mask

Let me know when you build something..and what time the hours of operation are...


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How about you by the way, you hold up fine?


Hah! Take THAT, too-little-sleep-and-problem-contact!

TKD rocked and many fine people are now going to bed! Hah!

(Good night, all you on that side of the world!)


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Nighty night lion


Get well soon, Kjeldorn!


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Kjeldorn wrote:


How about you by the way, you hold up fine?

Doing okay. These days, my good days outnumber the bad, so far. :)


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Freehold DM wrote:

procures hammer, ski mask

Let me know when you build something..and what time the hours of operation are...

Sorry, but my shop moves. Be nice, and I'll dedicate the Sfi-Fi20 version of a Y-Wing to you.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:


How about you by the way, you hold up fine?
Doing okay. These days, my good days outnumber the bad, so far. :)

Nice to hear John.

*Raises cup of tea in salute*


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*Raises coffee mug of Diet Mountain Dew in return*

Going out on my hourly patrol, right now. If you aren't on-line when I get back, have a good night.


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John Napier 698 wrote:

*Raises coffee mug of Diet Mountain Dew in return*

Going out on my hourly patrol, right now. If you aren't on-line when I get back, have a good night.

Thanks, have a good patrol and a good night.


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Successfully registered with the Gaming Association here in Pittsburgh. Next session is Saturday the 13th. I may not be on-line that day.


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That sounds like a great time. :-)


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I myself am frustrated by kids that are being unnecessarily difficult (Pea Bear) or won't do the basic things to feel better, like blow your nose, or drink fluids (Tiny T-Rex).

So, i've had better days.

Oh, and I finally got the dishes done and kitchen clean. But it's too late to make pies like I wanted to. >:-(


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captain yesterday wrote:
That sounds like a great time. :-)

It should be. After several years without a group to be in, I finally get to be a player, instead of being a GM only at Tekko.


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captain yesterday wrote:

I myself am frustrated by kids that are being unnecessarily difficult (Pea Bear) or won't do the basic things to feel better, like blow your nose, or drink fluids (Tiny T-Rex).

So, i've had better days.

Oh, and I finally got the dishes done and kitchen clean. But it's too late to make pies like I wanted to. >:-(

Tiny T-Rex not feeling well?


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He's congested, and has a bad cough that we suspect is from the congestion because he's not wheezing or having trouble breathing.

It's no fun. :-(

The wetter and slightly colder weather hasn't helped either.

F#$* cold weather. >:-(


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No, it isn't. Is he taking medication?

When I was his age, my mother would put some Vicks Vaporub in a vaporizer.

Yeah, cold, wet weather is no fun for anyone. :( Tell him that I hope he gets better soon.


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That's not something you can really give medicine to a five year old for.

We've been making sure he gets warm drinks and honey to soothe the throat.


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Like tea?


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And warmed up apple juice, and chicken noodle soup.


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Good. The soup should really help.


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Blergh. Nosebleeds suck. Nosebleeds that keep starting again because I just can't stop sneezing suck even more. And I keep tasting blood now as it drips down my throat. :(


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lynora wrote:
Blergh. Nosebleeds suck. Nosebleeds that keep starting again because I just can't stop sneezing suck even more. And I keep tasting blood now as it drips down my throat. :(

What's your blood pressure like, now.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Blergh. Nosebleeds suck. Nosebleeds that keep starting again because I just can't stop sneezing suck even more. And I keep tasting blood now as it drips down my throat. :(
What's your blood pressure like, now.

Well, I don't have a blood pressure cuff at home, but it's usually pretty dang low. Like be careful not to stand up too fast kind of low. :)


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Meh, I always have this trouble during allergy season. The sneezes irritate my nasal membranes until I've got a veritable fountain of blood going on. And it goes on and on cause I don't clot well. I think it's slowing down now, though. Hopefully I don't sneeze again soon...


captain yesterday wrote:
Oh, and I finally got the dishes done and kitchen clean. But it's too late to make pies like I wanted to. >:-(

Look, man, you've already equaled me for the day, you don't have to make me feel like a loser-parent, too... geez...

*mutters something vaguely grumpy about awesome morning people and great parents*

More seriously: hope Tiny T-Rex feels better, soon!

lynora: that's awful! If it goes on for too long, definitely think about seeing a doctor. As John notes, you need to keep track of your blood pressure. I know you've got lots of chronic stuff, but I, at least, want you to be healthy enough to hang out around here, and nosebleeds (while not equally bad for all people) can be pretty bad - especially if they don't stop.

QUASI-EDIT (just before I post): well, if you have normally low blood pressure, that's okay, but in that case, it could be bad to lose too much. Just... take care of yourself, okay?


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So, your nosebleeds aren't due to high blood pressure. That's good. Maybe the air's not humid enough, and your nasal passages are drying out.

Edit: Ninja'd by a Lion. Oh, the shame.


lynora wrote:
Meh, I always have this trouble during allergy season. The sneezes irritate my nasal membranes until I've got a veritable fountain of blood going on. And it goes on and on cause I don't clot well. I think it's slowing down now, though. Hopefully I don't sneeze again soon...

Urg. Awful. You have my sympathies. If it's something you know about and deal with regularly, and your doctor is aware of, that's... unpleasant, but probably fine, then.

John Napier 698 wrote:
So, your nosebleeds aren't due to high blood pressure. That's good. Maybe the air's not humid enough, and your nasal passages are drying out.

That happened to me when I went out West. My poor little East-coast nose just shrivel-cracked inside due to lack of water in the air. XD


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Jeez, I'm getting ninja'd everywhere.


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The air here is crazy dry. Until summer when it will acquire normal humidity and I will feel like I'm trying to swim in the air and can't breathe because I'm not used to so much moisture in the air. I know I should probably get a humidifier, but I'm so used to dry air that I don't like it otherwise. Sigh. Nothing like self-inflicted woes...

Edit: No, I have no idea why the air is so dry. There are a whole lotta lakes around. Not to mention rivers, ponds, etc. My building uses hot water heat for crying out loud! There is no reason it should be so dry! And yet it is. I have no explanation.


John Napier 698 wrote:
Jeez, I'm getting ninja'd everywhere.

Are-you-serious: you guys posted, like twelve times before I posted that first thing! XD

Though, uh, admittedly, I was a little distracted...

EDIT: SEE?! SEE?! XD HAHAH!


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I know all about allergies. Sometimes, my eyes swell nearly shut from allergies. I've got to take allergy pills before going to bed, or my sinuses clog up and I can't breathe. Pittsburgh has three rivers, so the humidity doesn't go below a certain level. But I know a little of what you suffer through.


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Don't mind me. My shift's nearly done, and I'm feeling tired. Additionally, I was bored with only myself on-line for two hours before Cap showed up.


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I am finally getting around to watching Samurai Jack for the first time. All I cna say is that it is now in my top twenty Anime list.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Don't mind me. My shift's nearly done, and I'm feeling tired. Additionally, I was bored with only myself on-line for two hours before Cap showed up.

We do need to get the Cap's lock working again.

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