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Just a Mort wrote:

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Let's say Gran paid me $1 to bake a cake for him today. (we'll say he never mentions what he's going to use the cake for). He invites Freehold, NH, Vidmaster to his house to share the cake I was supposed to bake with them. I'm a lazy arse who spends my day spamming FAWTL boards and I never deliver that cake to Gran.

Vidmaster, Freehold and NH have not paid me anything. So why should they gain the benefit of being able to sue me when they have not even given me anything? Heck, I don't even know who they are. Nor would I have known that my cake would have been eaten by them.

That's why courts generally only let the parties to the contract sue.

Now scenario 2:

I deliver a spoiled cake to Gran, who shares it with Vidmaster 7,Freehold and NH. Everyone gets a stomach ache. Then everyone can bring an action under me as per [Donoghue v Stevenson], since as a manufacturer I owe a duty of care to my consumers(my cake shouldn't give them a stomachache). But that would fall under Tort, and no longer contract law.

I see one major problem with your scenarios: I don't share cake.

Being nekkid is not a problem.

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Is it that bad? I mean I like cake, but I'm fine sharing as well (maybe because I can just bake more).

I'll actually share food, it's just not default behavior and you'll need to ask me first. Otherwise some stuff might get eaten up before you get a chance to try it.


It was kind of a joke.


The cake is a lie.

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Because well there are times I'm so greedy I refuse to share but thankfully it doesn't happen often.

Or is there no Cake?


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Cake or death?

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Cake. I'm too young to die.


Looks like I'll be posting from my chromebook a lot more...


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I'm going to FightCamp, where I intend to camp and fight. I might also fight campily, depending on whether or not there's a smallsword class.

I have a big green cloak, a sorta shofar, my swords and some Lapsang Souchong, so I'm pretty much sorted.


Limeylongears wrote:

I'm going to FightCamp, where I intend to camp and fight. I might also fight campily, depending on whether or not there's a smallsword class.

I have a big green cloak, a sorta shofar, my swords and some Lapsang Souchong, so I'm pretty much sorted.

Weren't you the other one who liked the Vlad Taltos novels?

Fighting campily should come quite naturally to you.

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Fightcamp?


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In the US we call it Fight Club and you have to beat up Ed Norton to get in.

Alas, there's a waiting list.


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Last night when I got home from work, the toilets and sinks were working, and the stove and oven finally had gas to them!
The trench that had been dug through the yard for the new gas line had been filled in and the grass and shrubs that had been dug out for the trench had been replaced.
Allegedly, today we are supposed to get a new water heater, which means that tomorrow morning I should be able to take a hot shower for the first time in a week and a half.
Which means that I will have no excuse not to start jogging in the mornings to work off some of the stress carbs I've been consuming all summer.


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captain yesterday wrote:

In the US we call it Fight Club and you have to beat up Ed Norton to get in.

Alas, there's a waiting list.

Edward Norton made Death to Smoochy, which (if you like your comedy as dark as my coffee) is one of the funniest movies ever.

So I can't punch him.


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You'd be surprised what you're capable of after watching The Incredible Hulk.


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Glad to hear things are getting resolved, lm!

You *get* that shower, girl! :D

*pinches nose, waves merrily*


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Ed Norton is alright, he was just the only person I remembered was in Fight Club, which I have yet to see.


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The air is getting slippery.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Ed Norton is alright, he was just the only person I remembered was in Fight Club, which I have yet to see.

I'm the only person I know who hated Fight Club, but most of my friends are guys.

It's also the only movie that has made me think, "Hmm, maybe I'm kinda over Helena Bonham Carter for a while." But then she played Bellatrix and won my heart back.
Brad Pitt was in it. He gets punched a lot. And Brad Pitt really ought to get punched a lot, especially for making "Troy".


I never watched Fight Club.

Though I somewhere had read the spoiler about the movie.


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Damn, it's not Friday.


I think I've become a dragon, but my hoard is water bottles. I don't know quite how, but I walked in this morning and had four on my desk. These were not here last week.


captain yesterday wrote:
Damn, it's not Friday.

No...

But it is the day I was supposed to leave 50 minutes ago on...
I knew I should've set an alarm...
Maybe I can make it up on the high way...


lisamarlene wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Ed Norton is alright, he was just the only person I remembered was in Fight Club, which I have yet to see.

I'm the only person I know who hated Fight Club, but most of my friends are guys.

It's also the only movie that has made me think, "Hmm, maybe I'm kinda over Helena Bonham Carter for a while." But then she played Bellatrix and won my heart back.
Brad Pitt was in it. He gets punched a lot. And Brad Pitt really ought to get punched a lot, especially for making "Troy".

Wooooooow....


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Apparently one of our "competitors" is trolling us on the Internets.


captain yesterday wrote:
Damn, it's not Friday.

you said it.

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The Game Hamster wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Damn, it's not Friday.

No...

But it is the day I was supposed to leave 50 minutes ago on...
I knew I should've set an alarm...
Maybe I can make it up on the high way...

What are you late? A date?

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lisamarlene wrote:

Last night when I got home from work, the toilets and sinks were working, and the stove and oven finally had gas to them!

The trench that had been dug through the yard for the new gas line had been filled in and the grass and shrubs that had been dug out for the trench had been replaced.
Allegedly, today we are supposed to get a new water heater, which means that tomorrow morning I should be able to take a hot shower for the first time in a week and a half.
Which means that I will have no excuse not to start jogging in the mornings to work off some of the stress carbs I've been consuming all summer.

Grats on water and gas! Yayyyy!


I am not a cake guy, unless it's carrot cake I'll usually pass.

But last weekend Mrs. Sunrise made an amazing new thing for a ritual of hers, a honey cake. The first two tries stuck to the pan, so I got to eat a lot of it before the third try went smoothly. It involved honey, brown sugar, and a bit of coffee, and it is now the second cake on my YES!-list.


Boney cakes...hmm.


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Just a Mort wrote:
Kjeldorn, did you ever think of adopting a dog from an animal shelter. You like animals around you and I believe the feeling is mutal.

Yea…

The apartment complex has a strict no pets, that can't be kept in a fish tank or terrarium.
Further more I'm not sure I could live with myself knowing that I would be stowing a dog (or even a cat) into a small 3-room apartment.

Freehold DM wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Okay I am doing things backwards. I am in a biergarten, having a huge malbock and a kielbasa, since lisamarlene texted me.
You're having a netragreib, kcoblam and a asableik?
ha. Ha.

*Giggle-snorts*

*Gives Freehold a "I'm sorry for having a horrible sense of humor* look*

Freehold DM wrote:

My phone fell out of nowhere and landed on my screen. Which is now shattered. Yay.

This is a f!@$ing awful run of luck.

That suck Freehold…

S%&*ty luck.

*Pats Freehold on the shoulder*

lisamarlene wrote:

Last night when I got home from work, the toilets and sinks were working, and the stove and oven finally had gas to them!

The trench that had been dug through the yard for the new gas line had been filled in and the grass and shrubs that had been dug out for the trench had been replaced.
Allegedly, today we are supposed to get a new water heater, which means that tomorrow morning I should be able to take a hot shower for the first time in a week and a half.
Which means that I will have no excuse not to start jogging in the mornings to work off some of the stress carbs I've been consuming all summer.

Glad to hear, that you can finally see the end of your woes at the new house.

*Offers LM + family a hug*

Just a Mort wrote:
And now I'm just like feeling like curling up into a ball because I ran out of ginger tea. Fine, it's not THAT bad, again drinking double ginger tea in one day would be bad on the sugar count.

*Takes a piece of ginger from his fridge, and tries desperately to squeeze some tea out of it, and presses the squeezings against his screen*

Tequila Sunrise wrote:

I am not a cake guy, unless it's carrot cake I'll usually pass.

But last weekend Mrs. Sunrise made an amazing new thing for a ritual of hers, a honey cake. The first two tries stuck to the pan, so I got to eat a lot of it before the third try went smoothly. It involved honey, brown sugar, and a bit of coffee, and it is now the second cake on my YES!-list.

A Cake heretic!

Are you sure you aren't interesting in hearing the word of our delighter and tempter, Cake?

*Presents a plate of Danish pastries*


Hello, everyone.


Hi, John!


*Waves 'hello' to the thread*


JOHN


HEY! :)


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The Game Hamster wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Damn, it's not Friday.

No...

But it is the day I was supposed to leave 50 minutes ago on...
I knew I should've set an alarm...
Maybe I can make it up on the high way...
What are you late? A date?

No picking up the rabbit in question.

I arrived late, but I was in full contact with my parents about how and why.
I was an hour late, but I could've made up half an hour if it wasn't for construction on the road that caused people to slow down, and stop.
I still don't know why people had stopped, or why it took 25 minutes to move along 3 miles, since they only blocked one lane for all of 1000 feet.


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Behold! my handiwork!

Just scroll down to all photos, if it's made of stone in the first 30 pictures or so i had a hand in it.

Freehold warning! It's a Facebook page.


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Do you know what this girl has?
A BRAND NEW, FUNCTIONAL WATER HEATER!
Also a free used washer and dryer which are running at this very moment!
Beat-up and old, but still quite serviceable.


lisamarlene wrote:

Do you know what this girl has?

A BRAND NEW, FUNCTIONAL WATER HEATER!
Also a free used washer and dryer which are running at this very moment!
Beat-up and old, but still quite serviceable.

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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Congrats LM on your heater, it's ahead of schedule!

Free washer and dryer are just icing in the cake!

Captain yesterday, your link doesn't work. It's also laggy as fk or I'd say more.

Edit:I can see the link on phone and those steps and pavements look fabulous!


Soo wait... the cake is a lie?


No one is around tonight. or just they all hated my portal reference...could be igther one.


We're scared of the beard.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
We're scared of the beard.

Ah a case of pogonophobia. Its weird that it is just kicking in now.


I'm certainly not scared of a pogo stick. You just really need to wash that face fungus. It's pretty dang funky.


I'l have you know their is an entire band devoted just to expressing the beauty of a beard.


Like I said, man. Just wash it. Then we'll all come back. Promise.


Conditioning is really the important part.

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