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Just a Mort wrote:
*smacks Freehold on the nose with rolled up newspaper*

but...I just wanted to know what she had for breakfast!


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Okay.

The nudity certainly looks incriminating, but I have an explanation...


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356 this time you guys have been talkative.

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The education system here is a meat grinder and they expect you to be able to read and write by elementary school. However pre school doesn't teach that so it falls to parents.

My aunt is trying to teach my 3 year old nephew those but he's not a very attentive student. He keeps getting distracted. I think my brother and I focused better.

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Freehold DM wrote:

Okay.

The nudity certainly looks incriminating, but I have an explanation...

You look at her while stark nekkid and say you want to know everything about her. What were we supposed to think? ;)


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I wish Our education system was better. I have known people that made it through high school who couldn't do basic math and couldn't read. I hate TN.

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Me and studying.

Well I wouldn't say I have a photographic memory, but I'd say I have a better one then most.

I will only look up things that interest me and will not go around randomly picking up general facts. I think that knowledge is a means to an end.

I tend to get very focused on one thing at a time, and if something gets in the way I get pissed off. And if it was supposed to be done today, get it done Now! Procrastination is a sin.

If you have a new way of doing things, by all means do it. I'll be convinced, once I've seen the results.

If I argue with people why certain things have to be done certain ways, expect practical experience, scientific facts to get pulled in for the arguments.

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*pushes Vidmaster7 to the ground*

You used the bad M word! Watch out for flaming bikes!

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
I wish Our education system was better. I have known people that made it through high school who couldn't do basic math and couldn't read. I hate TN.

*raises paw*

I can't do Maths! =)

It eats the thoughts out of my head!


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When I say math I mean I would say ill be back in 15 minutes at for a real example 4:45 then I'd be back at 500 he'd say man you were gone like 30 minutes wed both look at his watch and I'd have to walk him through 15 minutes. Like he had trouble with addition and subtraction.
Like I'm not great at it. Anything based algebra and basic geometry starts to give me a head ache but I can handle day to day stuff.


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I had my wisdom teeth out in college, which seems funny to me now.
Wasn't at the time; they were impacted.
What made it extra special fun:
1. They screwed up the dosage on the anesthetic and had trouble waking me up after surgery. And it affected my ability to feel my limbs, hands and feet for the next 24 hours, which was something they had neglected to warn me about.
2. The painkillers made me throw up uncontrollably, so I wouldn't take them. My stepdad swiped them, downed them with Smirnoff, and had hisself a little one-man party. Almost lost his job with the railroad.
3. Two days after the surgery, when my face had swelled up to the size of a beach ball, my mother surprised me with Johnny Cash tickets at the county fair. I looked like crap, I felt like crap, and I didn't want to leave the house, even for sixth-row seats to Johnny Cash. She made me go anyway by saying it was my grandmother's idea for the three of us to go together and I'd disappoint her if I stayed home.
4. The day after that, my boyfriend decided to take me for a drive and decided we were going to stop at Taco Bell for lunch. While I was in the bathroom, he snuck a few of those crunchy cinnamon things into my soft taco. I damned near killed him.

NEVER GET YOUR WISDOM TEETH OUT OR THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE WILL CONSPIRE AGAINST YOU.


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I still have mine. They grew in without really causing any problems... Don't hate me.


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NobodysHome wrote:
SCP-682 wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Impus Major was a HUGE SCP fan before the game came out, reading every report, memorizing every creature and its strengths and weaknesses...

Needless to say, he's really really good at the game. "Oh, that SCP #238. Just do this..."

Weaknesses. HAH.

Called to Impus Major in the kitchen:

NobodysHome: Hey, Impus Major, what's SCP 682?
Impus Major: Oh, that's the regenerative lizard.

Kid knows his stuff.

Five minutes to Wapner.

Also: Quantas. Quantas never crashed.


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NobodysHome wrote:

So, here's an open question for all you FaWtLers: How many of you still have your wisdom teeth?

As far as I know, I am the only adult among ALL of my acquaintances who still has them. Having your wisdom teeth out is kind of a rite of passage. But Impus Major was just being evaluated for his (he has the space, but they're coming in crooked, so it's "iffy"), and the oral surgeon said about 20% of people have the space for them to come in successfully.

I think that 20% "have the space" is WAY higher than "keep them", so I'm doing an informal count:

Has Wisdom Teeth Past 25 years of ago: 1
Doesn't: 0

Still have mine. They actually came in while I was in 7th grade, and then when I got braces in high school they pulled the molars in front of them and used the wisdom teeth as anchors to move the rest.

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lisamarlene wrote:

I had my wisdom teeth out in college, which seems funny to me now.

Wasn't at the time; they were impacted.
What made it extra special fun:
1. They screwed up the dosage on the anesthetic and had trouble waking me up after surgery. And it affected my ability to feel my limbs, hands and feet for the next 24 hours, which was something they had neglected to warn me about.
2. The painkillers made me throw up uncontrollably, so I wouldn't take them. My stepdad swiped them, downed them with Smirnoff, and had hisself a little one-man party. Almost lost his job with the railroad.
3. Two days after the surgery, when my face had swelled up to the size of a beach ball, my mother surprised me with Johnny Cash tickets at the county fair. I looked like crap, I felt like crap, and I didn't want to leave the house, even for sixth-row seats to Johnny Cash. She made me go anyway by saying it was my grandmother's idea for the three of us to go together and I'd disappoint her if I stayed home.
4. The day after that, my boyfriend decided to take me for a drive and decided we were going to stop at Taco Bell for lunch. While I was in the bathroom, he snuck a few of those crunchy cinnamon things into my soft taco. I damned near killed him.

NEVER GET YOUR WISDOM TEETH OUT OR THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE WILL CONSPIRE AGAINST YOU.

1. Is scary. Would suck if you never woke up...

2. Is wtf. I hope your mom left your step-dad, he sounds like he's got issues.

3. My sympathies. The things we do for family.

4. Yes he deserves to be murdered =)


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Its really hard to get fired from the railroad their union is top notch. Only ones I can think of that might be better is the steel workers union.

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Yes! I defeated the temptation for steak with some stir-fried pork in Japanese curry!

I think it was more like a craving for some strong tasting meat.


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If Apple bought an island, would they name it iLand?


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To spell "panda" you just need P and A.


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"Nice Guys Finish Last" would be a good title for a book on how to improve your sex life.


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Grandma's food wasn't so good because she put love in it, but because of all the fat and sugar she put in it.


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A vanilla soy latte is technically a three-bean soup.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Grandma's food wasn't so good because she put love in it, but because of all the fat and sugar she put in it.

I fail to see how those are not the same thing.


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Allergy season for people is mating season for plants.


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The first guy who ever bought life insurance died without knowing whether or not it was a scam.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
A vanilla soy latte is technically a three-bean soup.

Yeah I'm gonna continue to not think of it that way. Also I thought vanilla was sticks... no wait that cinnamon never mind.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Allergy season for people is mating season for plants.

Duck season!


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
The first guy who ever bought life insurance died without knowing whether or not it was a scam.

Fortunately now we ALL know its a scam.


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It is impossible to be inside an empty room.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
It is impossible to be inside an empty room.

Astral projection! Boom disproved!

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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Grandma's food wasn't so good because she put love in it, but because of all the fat and sugar she put in it.

A little fat and sugar never hurt anyone.

Or not.

There was a documentary on the truth about sugar. Saying sugar is more harmful then fat.

But again grandma had more physical activity then we do.

I'm quite good with fats(as in I'll naturally avoid deep fried stuff like fries), but a piece of cake just gets me =(

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gran rey de los mono wrote:
A vanilla soy latte is technically a three-bean soup.

I don't really care if it's a three bean soup. I care if it tastes good or not =)


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I was given local anesthetics for my wisdom teeth removal surgery.


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NobodysHome wrote:

So, here's an open question for all you FaWtLers: How many of you still have your wisdom teeth?

As far as I know, I am the only adult among ALL of my acquaintances who still has them. Having your wisdom teeth out is kind of a rite of passage. But Impus Major was just being evaluated for his (he has the space, but they're coming in crooked, so it's "iffy"), and the oral surgeon said about 20% of people have the space for them to come in successfully.

I think that 20% "have the space" is WAY higher than "keep them", so I'm doing an informal count:

Has Wisdom Teeth Past 25 years of ago: 1
Doesn't: 0

I've all four removed. Then they grew back, so I had to have them all taken out again.


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Just a Mort wrote:

Yes! I defeated the temptation for steak with some stir-fried pork in Japanese curry!

I think it was more like a craving for some strong tasting meat.

That sounds so good I don't suppose you have a recipe?

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I bought it at a food court unfortunately. I'd guess they seasoned the pork with some tenderizer seasoning, then probably dropped this curry sauce over


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I'm always interested in curry recipes. I make a red curry myself and my SO makes a golden curry hers is good really sweet but she doesn't like spicy at all. My red isn't bad but I need to find a better curry paste. Which its hard to find anything with some heat behind it.


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I worked for thirteen hours at two different jobs yesterday.

I think I was in my early twenties the last time I did that.


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That sounds very unfortunate.


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It wasn't too bad, got a lot done at the first job.


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I imagine considerably less at the second.


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The second is the toy store, and I loaded up a 18 foot pool, by myself.

So yeah, a lot done there too.


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I certainly don't NEED two jobs, but I'm the only one on Brute Squad that isn't acting like a surly a#!#$+%, so it seems kinda harsh to quit under those circumstances, especially since the store is closing in a couple of months.


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And really, that's the best kind of job.

One you don't need.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
I'm always interested in curry recipes. I make a red curry myself and my SO makes a golden curry hers is good really sweet but she doesn't like spicy at all. My red isn't bad but I need to find a better curry paste. Which its hard to find anything with some heat behind it.

I go for no heat. I'm an oddball Asian who can't take spice.


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Limeylongears wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
...I'm not even old enough to remember the Cold War.

Ah, the good old days during the Reagan years of practicing nuclear attack drills.

All kinds of yuks!

We never had to do those. I imagine the assumption was that we were just a sort of tea-stained speedbump just before the Atlantic so were automatically doomed anyway...

EDIT: Those aren't tea-stains
That isn't a speedbump.

No further questions, please, if you value your sanity.

We haven't had any either. There are shelters on underneath many neighborhoods, including mine but we never were instructed what to do with them or even where are the actual entrances - there are visible ventilation channels here and there that can be entered and the closed door can be reached after a few meters (if you cut the fence mesh, they often were torn when I was a kid).

Of course I live a few kilometers from a major strategic target (biggest ironworks in Poland) and a few more from a secondary strategic target (old airstrip that these days is almost unusable because of all the buildings that were raised around it, in 80s it was fully open terrain, the last year it allowed landing of small craft during the festival organized by Polish Airforce Museum, where I worked at the time), in case of nuclear war I would be probably burned, crushed, and burned again before we would know what is happening.


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Maybe the old airport can be used only for helicopters?


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Vanykrye wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

So, here's an open question for all you FaWtLers: How many of you still have your wisdom teeth?

As far as I know, I am the only adult among ALL of my acquaintances who still has them. Having your wisdom teeth out is kind of a rite of passage. But Impus Major was just being evaluated for his (he has the space, but they're coming in crooked, so it's "iffy"), and the oral surgeon said about 20% of people have the space for them to come in successfully.

I think that 20% "have the space" is WAY higher than "keep them", so I'm doing an informal count:

Has Wisdom Teeth Past 25 years of ago: 1
Doesn't: 0

I am superior in that I am one who evolved beyond these "wisdom teeth". I'm in that very small percentage of the population that simply never had them to begin with.

I hoped to be that too, until the last year jaw x-ray.


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Just a Mort wrote:
But you're a dragon! How can you have no wisdom teeth?

All fangs.


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Just a Mort wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
I'm always interested in curry recipes. I make a red curry myself and my SO makes a golden curry hers is good really sweet but she doesn't like spicy at all. My red isn't bad but I need to find a better curry paste. Which its hard to find anything with some heat behind it.
I go for no heat. I'm an oddball Asian who can't take spice.

lies and heresy!

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