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Just a Mort wrote:
But I've heard that a good indicator of a person's health is how much they can get erected! Anyway Freehold, how's your cough now?

oh it's gone now. Replaced by high blood pressure. Yay.

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You also seem to have replaced your clothes with nothing =)

*Throws Freehold a towel*


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NobodysHome wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
It was an interesting morning, to be sure. Exploding shower drains, flooded bathrooms, and <redacted for extreme political implications and hornets nest> aside, and sinuses, I’m doing well. How are you guys?
Managed to get a repairman in yet?
Nope! Still working on it. Our service requires us to contact a person to contact them to assess stuff then call them back then get approval then do the repairs. Because we have a toilet issue AND a pipe issue, and apparently “plumber” doesn’t cover all of that for some reason (none of their listenced contractors can do both). Go figure.

House? Homeowners Association? Rental?

Who does that kind of nonsense?

Well, First Key Homes, just to name one set of a$$#^+s.

Which is why I still have a hole in the tile in Hermione and Val's bathroom floor, because after authorizing the repair to the pipes under the floor, they didn't authorize repairing the hole they had to punch in the Spanish tile to do it. It was deemed "nonessential".

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LM - is the hole covered so no one steps on it?


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Just a Mort wrote:
LM - is the hole covered so no one steps on it?

Yep. Wadded up some shop rags and blocked up the hole around the pipe.

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Its more of a hazard that in case someone steps in and sprains their ankle or worse.

I'm feeling excited over my pizza baking session this Sunday!


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OK, then this one's just for lisamarlene and TL!


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Okay, I know that no one on FAWTL gives a darn, but the trailer for the new Fosse/Verdon series was just released, and I've been waiting for this show since it was announced last summer, and OMFG.

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I just realized with my previous phone constantly being spoilt, I have lost a lot of contacts. And my old email has been suspended. Not sure if I'll be able to get them back... I got too dependent on Google sync to transfer contacts.

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I know I'm late to the party, but one more vote in favor of the Imp Letter.


Hey, anybody seen a mob boss with an unpronounceable name?

I got a scam I wanna run (on him)...

I know a guy...


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.... somebody tryin' t' muscle in on our turf again? We gotta crack some skulls? Get t' th' nice soft tasty grey matta' inside? Do we gotta, huh? You wanna piece o' this tentacle? Do ya, punk?


You may got a fishy face (ya want help with that? I know a guy...) but relax, Bitter Cheeks. Y'aint the fishy fella I look ta hook...


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lisamarlene wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
It was an interesting morning, to be sure. Exploding shower drains, flooded bathrooms, and <redacted for extreme political implications and hornets nest> aside, and sinuses, I’m doing well. How are you guys?
Managed to get a repairman in yet?
Nope! Still working on it. Our service requires us to contact a person to contact them to assess stuff then call them back then get approval then do the repairs. Because we have a toilet issue AND a pipe issue, and apparently “plumber” doesn’t cover all of that for some reason (none of their listenced contractors can do both). Go figure.

House? Homeowners Association? Rental?

Who does that kind of nonsense?

Well, First Key Homes, just to name one set of a$$#^+s.

Which is why I still have a hole in the tile in Hermione and Val's bathroom floor, because after authorizing the repair to the pipes under the floor, they didn't authorize repairing the hole they had to punch in the Spanish tile to do it. It was deemed "nonessential".

Actually, our "Home Owner's Warranty" has several licensed individuals available, but because of the way they bundle their services to minimize overhead costs, they seek a single company associated by them with which they can pay once (and thus let us pay only once, too; that's the theory); however for whatever reason, no singular company or individual in our area is licensed and associated (or whatever the legal term is; I don't know) with our HOW that can do both, so they require us to find someone, have them come check it out, call the HOW to give an estimate, and have the HOW approve or disapprove of the effects.

Honestly, this is the first time it's been quite this... ah... exacting? We've generally had excellent service. I'm rather confused about how this happened. But! Might work out! I'd forgotten to add a leaky faucet, so I might be able to slip that into the work order, too.

Cap'n Yesterday FaWtL Insurance wrote:
Florida.

Accurate.

EDIT

NobodysHome wrote:

OK, then this one's just for lisamarlene and TL!

This is hi-lar-ious.

AS AN ASIDE: I found out that my HOA actually sued the residents of my circle (we live in a small circle of about five houses off the main street) prior to me living here, because they were parking their cars in the central grassy area. The suit failed, because the judge deemed it stupid, so now everyone just parks in the grassy area in the middle. I never knew.

That said, the HOA sent whoever the local/city version of FEMA is after me/my family when a company working with my father-in-law (without anyone's input or permission) dumped a literal ton of dirt into the central area; the HOA demanded that we remove it immediately ("it's a safety hazard!" ... they said about a mound of dirt) and plant grass.

While we moved it (we didn't want it there, either; when it first arrived, I didn't even realize it had anything to do with me and I was confounded by a huge mound of dirt there), we never replanted the grass (as that is stupid and also expensive; the company kind of sort of said they would, but, from what we can tell, they just scooped more dirt out and hoped the grass would regrow; it mostly has).

Anyway, HOAs seem almost exclusively bad, and I now understand why my parents have always fought against having them.

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Sometimes I think the amount of anality for paperwork and exact terms when it comes to getting things done in America is really too much. And that's coming from a lawful cat.

I agree generally of doing things by the letter but the idea of repairing the pipe but not whatever you damaged to fix it is WTF?


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Just a Mort wrote:

Sometimes I think the amount of anality for paperwork and exact terms when it comes to getting things done in America is really too much. And that's coming from a lawful cat.

I agree generally of doing things by the letter but the idea of repairing the pipe but not whatever you damaged to fix it is WTF?

We don't know that there's anything wrong with the pipe itself, per se. Which is kind of part of the problem, it seems.

It could be broken, or just clogged. It could be a different issue (like Septic Tank, which isn't covered in our HOW, 'cause that's another $300-or-more, and NOPE), or it could just be our washer ate a sock. Or the pipe could be broken (though that'd be baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad).

1) So they require me to find someone
2) ... that someone to call them
3) ... that someone to make an assessment
4) ... them to ponder whether or not to okay it
5) ... them to call back the someone with information
OUTCOME A: the thing is fixed! Yay!
OUTCOME B: price is rejected, start with step 1

... all because no one they currently have can do both things I asked for. Seems weird, but okay.

I made a rudimentary flowchart, though, so that's nice!


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lisamarlene wrote:

Okay, I know that no one on FAWTL gives a darn, but the trailer for the new Fosse/Verdon series was just released, and I've been waiting for this show since it was announced last summer, and OMFG.

uh...gundam narrative came out with multiple showings in different cities?

I didnt go because the only showing in my area was dubbed.


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Shady Contact wrote:
You may got a fishy face (ya want help with that? I know a guy...) but relax, Bitter Cheeks. Y'aint the fishy fella I look ta hook...

Hey! My name is easy to pronounce. It's all phonetic like.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:

Sometimes I think the amount of anality for paperwork and exact terms when it comes to getting things done in America is really too much. And that's coming from a lawful cat.

I agree generally of doing things by the letter but the idea of repairing the pipe but not whatever you damaged to fix it is WTF?

We don't know that there's anything wrong with the pipe itself, per se. Which is kind of part of the problem, it seems.

It could be broken, or just clogged. It could be a different issue (like Septic Tank, which isn't covered in our HOW, 'cause that's another $300-or-more, and NOPE), or it could just be our washer ate a sock. Or the pipe could be broken (though that'd be baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad).

1) So they require me to find someone
2) ... that someone to call them
3) ... that someone to make an assessment
4) ... them to ponder whether or not to okay it
5) ... them to call back the someone with information
OUTCOME A: the thing is fixed! Yay!
OUTCOME B: price is rejected, start with step 1

... all because no one they currently have can do both things I asked for. Seems weird, but okay.

I made a rudimentary flowchart, though, so that's nice!

Only in Florida would you need a flow chart for a clogged drain.

Sock, or no sock.

Fine, also Texas.


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Clocking out. Good night, everyone.


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lisamarlene wrote:

Okay, I know that no one on FAWTL gives a darn, but the trailer for the new Fosse/Verdon series was just released, and I've been waiting for this show since it was announced last summer, and OMFG.

Well, I'll be seeing it opening day. Does that count?

I pretty much loathe all biographies, because telling the true story of an amazing person isn't enough for Hollywood, and they have to turn it into something twisted, convoluted, and unrecognizable.

I successfully sat through Bohemian Rhapsody. I'll give it that much.

But GothBard desperately wants to see it, very likely for the same reasons you do, and I honestly hope that it manages to live up to your expectations.

I am, er, less optimistic.


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Did you know that in the beginning of his career, Neil Diamond was known as Neil Coal. But then the pressure got him.


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My Grandpa was a lifer in the Army. He once told me this story:

"1940, I met my first love. 1946, my second. 1950, I first saw the woman of my dreams. That was one hell of a night."


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The guy who stole my journal died. My thoughts are with his family now.


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Archaeologists announced that they found evidence of a massive earthquake in ancient Eastern Europe that wiped out an entire country called Etch-a-sketchistan.

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gran rey de los mono wrote:
The guy who stole my journal died. My thoughts are with his family now.

Your journal contains notes on the necromonicon, right?

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gran rey de los mono wrote:

My Grandpa was a lifer in the Army. He once told me this story:

"1940, I met my first love. 1946, my second. 1950, I first saw the woman of my dreams. That was one hell of a night."

I don't really get it.


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Just a Mort wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
The guy who stole my journal died. My thoughts are with his family now.
Your journal contains notes on the necromonicon, right?

My journal is the Necro-nomnomnom-icon.


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Just a Mort wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:

My Grandpa was a lifer in the Army. He once told me this story:

"1940, I met my first love. 1946, my second. 1950, I first saw the woman of my dreams. That was one hell of a night."

I don't really get it.

The army uses a 24-hour clock, like many countries, so the joke is that he met three women that night, one at 7:40pm, one at 7:46pm, and the third at 7:50pm.


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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Yeah, I remember the winter of '83...

...that's the one I always tell stories about because we got 7' of snow (over 2m) in 2 days and before the snowblowers would even think of coming our way we had to go out on food and use our ski poles to probe for buried cars so we could flag 'em.

Yeah, nothing gets etched into your memory like coming out to the parking lot to see every car gone. Not even a lump. Just a beautiful, white blanket of fresh new snow...
...under which you know there are at least a dozen cars and you have no idea where they are....
I was a teenager. It was a fun game!

nobodyshome, please! My penis can only get so erect!

There it is, poking above the drifts like the periscope of a submarine.

FREEHOLD, THE RED-[CENSORED] SNOWMAN
HAD A VERY SHINY [CENSORED]

Scarab Sages

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I'm happy I have my rats back. They stayed with friends while we were on holiday. Its good to have my furbabies back.


Furbaby.
FurBAby.
FURbaBY
FURBY
... waitaminute-!

(More seriously, congrats! I know how distracting and distressing a lack of distracting - and sometimes distressing! - pets can be!)


Limeylongears wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Yeah, I remember the winter of '83...

...that's the one I always tell stories about because we got 7' of snow (over 2m) in 2 days and before the snowblowers would even think of coming our way we had to go out on food and use our ski poles to probe for buried cars so we could flag 'em.

Yeah, nothing gets etched into your memory like coming out to the parking lot to see every car gone. Not even a lump. Just a beautiful, white blanket of fresh new snow...
...under which you know there are at least a dozen cars and you have no idea where they are....
I was a teenager. It was a fun game!

nobodyshome, please! My penis can only get so erect!

There it is, poking above the drifts like the periscope of a submarine.

FREEHOLD, THE RED-[CENSORED] SNOWMAN
HAD A VERY SHINY [CENSORED]

That sounds like he needs to see a doctor, stat.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Yeah, I remember the winter of '83...

...that's the one I always tell stories about because we got 7' of snow (over 2m) in 2 days and before the snowblowers would even think of coming our way we had to go out on food and use our ski poles to probe for buried cars so we could flag 'em.

Yeah, nothing gets etched into your memory like coming out to the parking lot to see every car gone. Not even a lump. Just a beautiful, white blanket of fresh new snow...
...under which you know there are at least a dozen cars and you have no idea where they are....
I was a teenager. It was a fun game!

nobodyshome, please! My penis can only get so erect!

There it is, poking above the drifts like the periscope of a submarine.

FREEHOLD, THE RED-[CENSORED] SNOWMAN
HAD A VERY SHINY [CENSORED]

That sounds like he needs to see a doctor, stat.

as I am black, yes, a bright red penis would indicate something has gone wrong somewhere. That said there are some who have a bright red head that is...unfortunate...to look upon as it clashes with the brown.


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I finished my first week of the Couch-to-5k running program this morning!

Although they count three workouts as a "week", and I realized that if I did four workouts a week, I could finish the program in six weeks instead of eight, and then yesterday while I was watching Ghostbusters with Val, we got to the scene where Rick Moranis is talking about taping a twenty-minute workout on his VCR and playing it back at high speed so it only takes ten minutes, and all I could think was, "Oh, no! I thought I was Dana Barrett and I'm actually Louis Tulley!"

FML.


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lisamarlene wrote:

I finished my first week of the Couch-to-5k running program this morning!

Although they count three workouts as a "week", and I realized that if I did four workouts a week, I could finish the program in six weeks instead of eight, and then yesterday while I was watching Ghostbusters with Val, we got to the scene where Rick Moranis is talking about taping a twenty-minute workout on his VCR and playing it back at high speed so it only takes ten minutes, and all I could think was, "Oh, no! I thought I was Dana Barrett and I'm actually Louis Tulley!"

FML.

Rock on! Keep up the good work!


Freehold DM wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Yeah, I remember the winter of '83...

...that's the one I always tell stories about because we got 7' of snow (over 2m) in 2 days and before the snowblowers would even think of coming our way we had to go out on food and use our ski poles to probe for buried cars so we could flag 'em.

Yeah, nothing gets etched into your memory like coming out to the parking lot to see every car gone. Not even a lump. Just a beautiful, white blanket of fresh new snow...
...under which you know there are at least a dozen cars and you have no idea where they are....
I was a teenager. It was a fun game!

nobodyshome, please! My penis can only get so erect!

There it is, poking above the drifts like the periscope of a submarine.

FREEHOLD, THE RED-[CENSORED] SNOWMAN
HAD A VERY SHINY [CENSORED]

That sounds like he needs to see a doctor, stat.
as I am black, yes, a bright red penis would indicate something has gone wrong somewhere. That said there are some who have a bright red head that is...unfortunate...to look upon as it clashes with the brown.

Also, if it did shine, that could indicate potentially lethal doses of (really weird) radiation...


John Ghoti, Mob Boss wrote:
Shady Contact wrote:
You may got a fishy face (ya want help with that? I know a guy...) but relax, Bitter Cheeks. Y'aint the fishy fella I look ta hook...
Hey! My name is easy to pronounce. It's all phonetic like.

“Chawn Khoche” - sounds fishy... hey, you wanna muscle in on some prime bridge territory? I know a guy...


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NobodysHome wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Okay, I know that no one on FAWTL gives a darn, but the trailer for the new Fosse/Verdon series was just released, and I've been waiting for this show since it was announced last summer, and OMFG.

Well, I'll be seeing it opening day. Does that count?

I pretty much loathe all biographies, because telling the true story of an amazing person isn't enough for Hollywood, and they have to turn it into something twisted, convoluted, and unrecognizable.

I successfully sat through Bohemian Rhapsody. I'll give it that much.

But GothBard desperately wants to see it, very likely for the same reasons you do, and I honestly hope that it manages to live up to your expectations.

I am, er, less optimistic.

I mean, you had to know what you were getting into with Bohemian Rhapsody. It's not the real life - it's just fantasy.


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Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Okay, I know that no one on FAWTL gives a darn, but the trailer for the new Fosse/Verdon series was just released, and I've been waiting for this show since it was announced last summer, and OMFG.

Well, I'll be seeing it opening day. Does that count?

I pretty much loathe all biographies, because telling the true story of an amazing person isn't enough for Hollywood, and they have to turn it into something twisted, convoluted, and unrecognizable.

I successfully sat through Bohemian Rhapsody. I'll give it that much.

But GothBard desperately wants to see it, very likely for the same reasons you do, and I honestly hope that it manages to live up to your expectations.

I am, er, less optimistic.

I mean, you had to know what you were getting into with Bohemian Rhapsody. It's not the real life - it's just fantasy.

That doesn't sound like rock n roll...


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Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Okay, I know that no one on FAWTL gives a darn, but the trailer for the new Fosse/Verdon series was just released, and I've been waiting for this show since it was announced last summer, and OMFG.

Well, I'll be seeing it opening day. Does that count?

I pretty much loathe all biographies, because telling the true story of an amazing person isn't enough for Hollywood, and they have to turn it into something twisted, convoluted, and unrecognizable.

I successfully sat through Bohemian Rhapsody. I'll give it that much.

But GothBard desperately wants to see it, very likely for the same reasons you do, and I honestly hope that it manages to live up to your expectations.

I am, er, less optimistic.

I mean, you had to know what you were getting into with Bohemian Rhapsody. It's not the real life - it's just fantasy.

(Orders tickets to fly out just to give Scint a hug for that one)


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Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Okay, I know that no one on FAWTL gives a darn, but the trailer for the new Fosse/Verdon series was just released, and I've been waiting for this show since it was announced last summer, and OMFG.

Well, I'll be seeing it opening day. Does that count?

I pretty much loathe all biographies, because telling the true story of an amazing person isn't enough for Hollywood, and they have to turn it into something twisted, convoluted, and unrecognizable.

I successfully sat through Bohemian Rhapsody. I'll give it that much.

But GothBard desperately wants to see it, very likely for the same reasons you do, and I honestly hope that it manages to live up to your expectations.

I am, er, less optimistic.

I mean, you had to know what you were getting into with Bohemian Rhapsody. It's not the real life - it's just fantasy.

So, we should just open our eyes and see the movie?


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Sometimes, it pays to be old and crotchety.

My manager is terrified because everyone hates my new course with the "friendly, conversational" design that upper management asked for. Instructors say it's unteachable. Curriculum developers say it's too informal. She thinks I'm going to get upset and feel down about it.

Sorry. No.

We announced just after Thanksgiving that we were developing a new course with this new paradigm. We invited stakeholders (including the naysayers) to meeting after meeting after meeting, every single week of December and early January. We put out sample lessons and practices for review in early January, mid January, and the beginning of February.

We didn't get a single bit of feedback.

So, after 3 months of utter silence and ignoring us, and 7 of the hardest weeks I've put in in nearly a decade, now that it's done they're going to come in and crap all over it?

Nope. Sorry. That ship has sailed. You had many, many, MANY chances to say your piece, and you weren't interested until after the course was published.

You can go emulate a contortionist for all I care. *I* think it's a good course, and I'll listen to student feedback, but not yours.

Harrumph.


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No Escape From Reality wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Okay, I know that no one on FAWTL gives a darn, but the trailer for the new Fosse/Verdon series was just released, and I've been waiting for this show since it was announced last summer, and OMFG.

Well, I'll be seeing it opening day. Does that count?

I pretty much loathe all biographies, because telling the true story of an amazing person isn't enough for Hollywood, and they have to turn it into something twisted, convoluted, and unrecognizable.

I successfully sat through Bohemian Rhapsody. I'll give it that much.

But GothBard desperately wants to see it, very likely for the same reasons you do, and I honestly hope that it manages to live up to your expectations.

I am, er, less optimistic.

I mean, you had to know what you were getting into with Bohemian Rhapsody. It's not the real life - it's just fantasy.
So, we should just open our eyes and see the movie?

checks ticket prices ...I'm just a poor boy. I need no sympathy. shrugs Easy come, easy go.


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Scintillae wrote:
No Escape From Reality wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Okay, I know that no one on FAWTL gives a darn, but the trailer for the new Fosse/Verdon series was just released, and I've been waiting for this show since it was announced last summer, and OMFG.

Well, I'll be seeing it opening day. Does that count?

I pretty much loathe all biographies, because telling the true story of an amazing person isn't enough for Hollywood, and they have to turn it into something twisted, convoluted, and unrecognizable.

I successfully sat through Bohemian Rhapsody. I'll give it that much.

But GothBard desperately wants to see it, very likely for the same reasons you do, and I honestly hope that it manages to live up to your expectations.

I am, er, less optimistic.

I mean, you had to know what you were getting into with Bohemian Rhapsody. It's not the real life - it's just fantasy.
So, we should just open our eyes and see the movie?
checks ticket prices ...I'm just a poor boy. I need no sympathy. shrugs Easy come, easy go.

Will you let me go?


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No Escape From Reality wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
No Escape From Reality wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Okay, I know that no one on FAWTL gives a darn, but the trailer for the new Fosse/Verdon series was just released, and I've been waiting for this show since it was announced last summer, and OMFG.

Well, I'll be seeing it opening day. Does that count?

I pretty much loathe all biographies, because telling the true story of an amazing person isn't enough for Hollywood, and they have to turn it into something twisted, convoluted, and unrecognizable.

I successfully sat through Bohemian Rhapsody. I'll give it that much.

But GothBard desperately wants to see it, very likely for the same reasons you do, and I honestly hope that it manages to live up to your expectations.

I am, er, less optimistic.

I mean, you had to know what you were getting into with Bohemian Rhapsody. It's not the real life - it's just fantasy.
So, we should just open our eyes and see the movie?
checks ticket prices ...I'm just a poor boy. I need no sympathy. shrugs Easy come, easy go.
Will you let me go?

I dunno, it could be trouble.


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Hi, everyone! Wish I was feeling better today. Last night's Chicken Ramen dinner gave me indigestion, that has lasted through now. So, it's relatively bland/mild stuff today for me. *sigh* Growing old really does suck.


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On Monday, the kids are supposed to dress in Cuban-inspired clothes/props for class promo photos for the annual school Gala. I'm planning on sending Val in his grey wool sweater, a Santa beard and moustache, a plush toy cat, and a copy of "The Old Man and the Sea"


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Today has been almost nothing but conference calls. I've still got 2.5 hours of conference calls to go. If I didn't have plans for this weekend I'd probably go help Cap with snow removal just for a change of pace.


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I'm excited because it's only a month until I get to build stuff again.

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