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Tacticslion wrote:

Thanks for all the well-wishes!

... er, well, most of them!

(By way of example: my wife would not want me to have a harpy birthday, for several reasons, including - but not limited to - disemboweling being a messy business, and if I messed around with harpies, it could go either way as to which would get to me first...)

But I appreciate all the sentiments!

I didst say bath day, not birthday - I'm not sure how anyone coulde object to nice clean harpies, particularly since they'd still have all their feathers on.

That being as it may, happy birthdaye as well :)

If you can escape from the Scoatish Dragons, that is. Where's St. George when you need him, eh?

EDIT: Peeking on ME with no armour on, the dirty old sod. Fie, sir, fie!


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If anyone's got 20 000 000 SKr laying around, Kattleberg airport just outside Ale is for sale.


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So of course we leave for a week and the neighbors have yet again perma-parked in front of our house. As I told Shiro's player, it's irritating because:

  • Most people understand that, if your neighbor has only one parking place and two cars, and ends up having to block their own driveway whenever you park in front of their house, such parking should be avoided when possible.
  • The people who do not understand this concept are precisely the people who scream, "You don't OWN that parking space! I have a RIGHT to park there!" whenever you bring up the possibility that maybe, just maybe, they could park in the 6 available spots across the street.

  • So yeah, the whole passive-aggressively seizing the spot whenever they move is getting old. Tonight'll be a polite note. Tomorrow'll be the cops. It sucks to mess with your neighbors, especially in a really friendly neighborhood like this, but, "We're permanently annexing your parking space for our house," is not OK.


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    Finally! NH posts a problem I can relate to!
    Edit: I am joking... A little...


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    NobodysHome wrote:

    So of course we leave for a week and the neighbors have yet again perma-parked in front of our house. As I told Shiro's player, it's irritating because:

  • Most people understand that, if your neighbor has only one parking place and two cars, and ends up having to block their own driveway whenever you park in front of their house, such parking should be avoided when possible.
  • The people who do not understand this concept are precisely the people who scream, "You don't OWN that parking space! I have a RIGHT to park there!" whenever you bring up the possibility that maybe, just maybe, they could park in the 6 available spots across the street.

  • So yeah, the whole passive-aggressively seizing the spot whenever they move is getting old. Tonight'll be a polite note. Tomorrow'll be the cops. It sucks to mess with your neighbors, especially in a really friendly neighborhood like this, but, "We're permanently annexing your parking space for our house," is not OK.

    I bet this is the same kind of people who park their cars so their mailbox become inaccessible and then get upset when the mail is a day late.


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    Kajehase wrote:

    *is reading twitter*

    Um... this can't be true. Americans don't have egg cups?

    nope.

    Most Americans like their eggs like I like my Japanese detective stories- HARD BOILED

    HECK YEAH~!


    Kajehase wrote:
    This is why you're so messed up right now. You don't get a proper breakfast in you!

    Well, for me, "proper" is whatever won't make me unable to breathe by way of belching in TKD, and horridly undercooked eggs tend to do that...

    I recognize that not all people find such things "horridly undercooked" - however! - I use the term by way of making a point. I lost what point that was, thigh, so have this one! ">"


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    I am not a fan of eggs generally, the exception being a fried egg on a buttered bagel-half.

    Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm


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    John Napier 698 wrote:
    Egg Salad, Macaroni Salad, Potato Salad, Salads in General, etc.

    If you put eggs in potato salad, the terrorists win.

    And don't say it, Nobody's Home.


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    NobodysHome wrote:

    So of course we leave for a week and the neighbors have yet again perma-parked in front of our house. As I told Shiro's player, it's irritating because:

  • Most people understand that, if your neighbor has only one parking place and two cars, and ends up having to block their own driveway whenever you park in front of their house, such parking should be avoided when possible.
  • The people who do not understand this concept are precisely the people who scream, "You don't OWN that parking space! I have a RIGHT to park there!" whenever you bring up the possibility that maybe, just maybe, they could park in the 6 available spots across the street.

  • So yeah, the whole passive-aggressively seizing the spot whenever they move is getting old. Tonight'll be a polite note. Tomorrow'll be the cops. It sucks to mess with your neighbors, especially in a really friendly neighborhood like this, but, "We're permanently annexing your parking space for our house," is not OK.

    this makes no sense to me.

    Then again, I live in New York.

    Don't want someone to park in front of your house? Wait until it's alternate side, the police will move it for them.


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    They also have to dig it out first. :-)


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    lisamarlene wrote:
    John Napier 698 wrote:
    Egg Salad, Macaroni Salad, Potato Salad, Salads in General, etc.

    If you put eggs in potato salad, the terrorists win.

    And don't say it, Nobody's Home.

    Oh dear, has it been that long since you've been to the Midwest.

    I'm happy with potato salad as long as it's not lousy with onions. Which apparently, is too much to ask for.

    Grand Lodge

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    Seems everything is lousy with onions these days.


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    Freehold DM wrote:
    NobodysHome wrote:

    So of course we leave for a week and the neighbors have yet again perma-parked in front of our house. As I told Shiro's player, it's irritating because:

  • Most people understand that, if your neighbor has only one parking place and two cars, and ends up having to block their own driveway whenever you park in front of their house, such parking should be avoided when possible.
  • The people who do not understand this concept are precisely the people who scream, "You don't OWN that parking space! I have a RIGHT to park there!" whenever you bring up the possibility that maybe, just maybe, they could park in the 6 available spots across the street.

  • So yeah, the whole passive-aggressively seizing the spot whenever they move is getting old. Tonight'll be a polite note. Tomorrow'll be the cops. It sucks to mess with your neighbors, especially in a really friendly neighborhood like this, but, "We're permanently annexing your parking space for our house," is not OK.

    this makes no sense to me.

    Then again, I live in New York.

    Don't want someone to park in front of your house? Wait until it's alternate side, the police will move it for them.

    My assumption is that parking is scarce where you live. I'm sitting here looking at 5 free parking spaces right across the street from me that have been free all week, and a car that's been in front of my house for 2-3 days now. Parking in front of my house? Not an issue. Leaving your car in front of my house for days at a time when there's plenty of non-impactful parking to be had? Issue. It's one of those, "Lack of respect for someone else's 'personal space'" things...

    EDIT: And since parking isn't impacted around here, there's no enforcement unless you call it in. Cars can sit at the curb for months at a time. Unless it's in front of your house, it isn't your car, it's been there for 3+ days, and you call the cops on it, there is no towing...

    EDIT 2: The point has become moot. The person just drove off, and NobodysWife and I did a quick car rotation to dump the Celica in the spot. Where it will sit for the next month...


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    captain yesterday wrote:
    lisamarlene wrote:
    John Napier 698 wrote:
    Egg Salad, Macaroni Salad, Potato Salad, Salads in General, etc.

    If you put eggs in potato salad, the terrorists win.

    And don't say it, Nobody's Home.

    Oh dear, has it been that long since you've been to the Midwest.

    I'm happy with potato salad as long as it's not lousy with onions. Which apparently, is too much to ask for.

    I like lots of Onions, so YOUR WRONG!!


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    [old man rambling]
    Remember back in the "good old days" of Ma Bell, when the phone truck would come to your block, you'd get a polite knock at the door, and a uniformed employee would tell you, "Excuse me sir, but we're replacing the wiring on your block, and you may lose service for a minute or two. I hope that's not too much of an inconvenience for you."
    And you'd lose service for 10 seconds and they'd finish up, wrap up, and go home?

    Yeah... not so much any more.

    A bunch of communications trucks just showed up on my block. I count SIX. Some kind of major work is being done. And I've received nary a letter nor call nor knock on my door.
    And I just notified my manager that I might be offline for the rest of the afternoon if these guys mess up, which I expect.

    The times, they have a-changed!
    [/old man rambling]


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    Don't worry, you have a couple hours of them chatting together before they get to screwing everything up.


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    OK, I got through another 150 pictures. It's still going to take all week, but... progress is progress!


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    Woke up with a bit of sore throat. I have another dentist appointment today. That combination does not bode well...


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    I don't like hard-boiled eggs.


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    I don't care for eggs at all. Eggscept as ingredients in things like cake, or as a binder in meatloaf.


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    Or french toast, of course. I do like french toast.


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    Why do autopsies have to be "performed"? You'd think, given the circumstances, that they could do without a big production.


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    You might be a redneck if your home has more miles on it than your car.


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    Chilaquiles. The only purpose egg qua egg has on the breakfast table.


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    What did the curtain say to the floor? Stop looking up my skirt!


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    gran rey de los mono wrote:
    Why do autopsies have to be "performed"? You'd think, given the circumstances, that they could do without a big production.

    Probably better then saying "executed"


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    gran rey de los mono wrote:
    What did the curtain say to the floor? Stop looking up my skirt!

    Victorian era tables.


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    What do you call a man with no arms, and no legs, but who can still manage to swim across a pool? A clever dick.


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    Chuck Norris got bit a snake last week. After several days of agony, and despite all medical science could do, the snake eventually died.


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    Vidmaster7 wrote:
    gran rey de los mono wrote:
    What did the curtain say to the floor? Stop looking up my skirt!
    Victorian era tables.

    The curtain said "Victorian era tables" to the floor?


    How do you make a pool table laugh? Reach into it's pocket and tickle it's balls.

    (This works on more than just pool tables. *wink*)


    No they wore skirts.


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    gran rey de los mono wrote:

    How do you make a pool table laugh? Reach into it's pocket and tickle it's balls.

    (This works on more than just pool tables. *wink*)

    <looks for an angry badger> I'll help you out with that.


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    A man went to the psychiatrist and said "My wife made me come here because I like pancakes." The psychiatrist said "That doesn't make you crazy. In fact, I like pancakes too." The man said "Great! Why don't you come over and tell my wife that. Then we can have pancakes together. I've got a whole basement full of them!"


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    A giraffe walks into a bar, looks around, and says "Well, it looks like the highballs are on me."


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    gran rey de los mono wrote:
    A man went to the psychiatrist and said "My wife made me come here because I like pancakes." The psychiatrist said "That doesn't make you crazy. In fact, I like pancakes too." The man said "Great! Why don't you come over and tell my wife that. Then we can have pancakes together. I've got a whole basement full of them!"

    Ugh all those carbs...


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    gran rey de los mono wrote:
    A giraffe walks into a bar, looks around, and says "Well, it looks like the highballs are on me."

    I'll assume he ducked first. (details man details!)


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    Do you know the difference between a good friend and a great friend? A good friend will bail you out of prison. A great friend is sitting next to you in the cell saying "That was AWESOME!"


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    gran rey de los mono wrote:
    Do you know the difference between a good friend and a great friend? A good friend will bail you out of prison. A great friend is sitting next to you in the cell saying "That was AWESOME!"

    Now I know I've seen that one before but where I can't say.


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    Or, as a guy I once knew put it:

    "A good friend goes to a bar, gets a blowjob, and then tells you about it. A great friend goes to a bar, gets two blowjobs, and then gives you one."

    Seriously, Chrome? You have 'blowjob' in your dictionary, but not 'blowjobs'?


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    *sigh* It looks like I can't get a night off.

    No offense intended for any of the previous posts.


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    Uh I'm not sure on the phrasing for that last one.


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    You might be a redneck if you think "loading the dishwasher" means getting your wife drunk.


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    Did you hear about the mathematician with a phobia of negative numbers? He'll stop at nothing to avoid them.


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    Two guys are walking down a street when a mugger jumps out and demands their money. The men take out their wallets, and just before handing them over, one man takes out a bill and hands it to the other saying "Hey, here's that $20 I owe you."


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    Imagine you are in a box. There are no holes, and nothing in it besides yourself. It is dark, and you are running out of air. How do you get out?

    Stop imagining yourself in the damn box!


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    gran rey de los mono wrote:
    Did you hear about the mathematician with a phobia of negative numbers? He'll stop at nothing to avoid them.

    subtle math joke I like I like.


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    gran rey de los mono wrote:

    Imagine you are in a box. There are no holes, and nothing in it besides yourself. It is dark, and you are running out of air. How do you get out?

    Stop imagining yourself in the damn box!

    Suffo---cati--ng..can..t..bre..ath

    If only he had known how to think outside the box...


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    I used to write horoscopes for a living. I got fired because every day for Cancer I would write "Keep fighting."

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