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If I want a quail I just hunker down in a field and wait.

Of course, nothing flushes out a quail like unrepentant nudity.

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captain yesterday wrote:

If I want a quail I just hunker down in a field and wait.

Of course, nothing flushes out a quail like unrepentant nudity.

We don't have wild quail here. Besides it would be an offense to kill quail.


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All you need in Wisconsin is a hound dog, a 22, some beer and the will to make it happen.


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so the race was this morning. You know the friends who said she would run with me to support me? Well she had a leg injury less than a mile in so we ended up walking a lot of the way. She told me to go on and run ahead of her but I didn't feel right about it. It's not like I was going to place anyway. And we still had a lot of fun.


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lisamarlene wrote:
so the race was this morning. You know the friends who said she would run with me to support me? Well she had a leg injury less than a mile in so we ended up walking a lot of the way. She told me to go on and run ahead of her but I didn't feel right about it. It's not like I was going to place anyway. And we still had a lot of fun.

*HUGS*


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Drejk wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
I think I just pictured Freehold sitting by himself at a Portillo's and shoving a Polish sausage up his nose.
I really hope it isn't Kiełbasa Krakowska...

hey, I can take any sausage at any tiiiiii-

collapses into unconsciousness as ego, heterosexuality collide, do battle in cerebral cortex


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lisamarlene wrote:
I'm here and I've got my number on. And the thunderstorms aren't supposed to start until later this morning.

gets excited


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lisamarlene wrote:
so the race was this morning. You know the friends who said she would run with me to support me? Well she had a leg injury less than a mile in so we ended up walking a lot of the way. She told me to go on and run ahead of her but I didn't feel right about it. It's not like I was going to place anyway. And we still had a lot of fun.

oh...THAT kind of number.

Ah well, my lecherousness is nothing compared to good health practices and helping a friend!


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Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Freehold hungers.

Insert calorific content into your intake port. No, no, your other intake port.

Full disclosure: I don't really know what I'm talking about either.

thank God you corrected me. Lunch was almost erotic in an uncomfortable way.


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captain yesterday wrote:

My character for Dawn of Flames.

Buttercup, Space Pirate Skittermander Solarian.

The General is making a Nuar (cow people) named Daisy, class and theme TBD.

Tiny T-Rex has a Vesk mechanic named Geko (he's 8 and loves lizards, so)

Now I just have to get Crookshanks and the General to make characters...

PLEASE tell me the character is a milkmaid. Or a MERCENARY milkmaid!


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Woran wrote:

I think I had a bit of a panic attack this afternoon.

After the sun had gone I went inside and sat behind the computer and I was just sad and overwhelmed. The con was a success and it was amazing having people over and them staying at my house.
But it sucked getting ill on the night from tuesday to wednesday. Not seeing them off. And now loosing multiple days to not feeling well.
There is so much left to do.
I start work again on monday.
Con reports need to be finished.
Money has to be brought to the bank.
After action report has to be filed.
So. Much. Cleaning. In. The. House.
So. Much. Stuff. To. Put. Away.
(there were 5 people staying over)
All the while MrT was very sick, which was very stressfull as well, and he's still not entirely well.
Need to clean rat cage.
Need to write freelance stuff.

And all the while I dont know if I'm too hot? Too cold? Eat a bit? Not eat? Drink? No drink? Take nap?

Uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuugh.

BE HEALED WORAN


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Thank you head, for being hurty, when I should be worky... :/


captain yesterday wrote:

The dog is in one of those moods where he's going to be obstinate as hell, no matter the cost.

Unfortunately for him, I'm also in one of those moods, and I'm stronger.

So, like me and my sons.


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Vanykrye wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
so the race was this morning. You know the friends who said she would run with me to support me? Well she had a leg injury less than a mile in so we ended up walking a lot of the way. She told me to go on and run ahead of her but I didn't feel right about it. It's not like I was going to place anyway. And we still had a lot of fun.

*HUGS*

More hugs~!


Yuugasa wrote:

Got back last night with Ms. British, it was a nice holiday.

Our luggage packed with stuff to do we apparently forgot, so all we had when we got there was one old, creased copy of The Return To The Temple of Elemental Evil.

With nothing else to do there... ** spoiler omitted **

Awesome!


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Day Two of Super Removals Limey Timey; we started at 8:40, and I left the new office at 19:30. Bah.

On the plus side, there was a stall selling records next to the bus stop this morning which sold me a copy of 'Moonflower' by Santana, which I have previously only had on a knackered old cassette, and I got to take home a FREE COPPER PIPE FROM WORK, so I am about as happy as a man, with a pipe, could be at present.


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The busy morning-early afternoon is winding down. Crookshanks had fun at cheerleading practice, Tiny T-Rex had fun at his friend's birthday party and the s!!!load of pancakes the General decided to make are made and she is napping in the sun in the backyard.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Woran wrote:

I think I had a bit of a panic attack this afternoon.

After the sun had gone I went inside and sat behind the computer and I was just sad and overwhelmed. The con was a success and it was amazing having people over and them staying at my house.
But it sucked getting ill on the night from tuesday to wednesday. Not seeing them off. And now loosing multiple days to not feeling well.
There is so much left to do.
I start work again on monday.
Con reports need to be finished.
Money has to be brought to the bank.
After action report has to be filed.
So. Much. Cleaning. In. The. House.
So. Much. Stuff. To. Put. Away.
(there were 5 people staying over)
All the while MrT was very sick, which was very stressfull as well, and he's still not entirely well.
Need to clean rat cage.
Need to write freelance stuff.

And all the while I dont know if I'm too hot? Too cold? Eat a bit? Not eat? Drink? No drink? Take nap?

Uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuugh.

BE HEALED WORAN

Thank you

Scarab Sages

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So nu puking since wednesday. But since Im eating again, its very noticable the... underside... of things are still in a rebellious state.

This is why we keep comics in the bathroom.

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My family liked the Date loaf cake that I added chocolate chips to. Since our baking pan is broader, I think next time I'll cut the date soaking bicarbonate of soda to 1 tsp(I think there was a faint taste of bicarbonate of soda in the cake) and lower baking temperature to 160 celcius and bake for 25 min.

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lisamarlene wrote:
so the race was this morning. You know the friends who said she would run with me to support me? Well she had a leg injury less than a mile in so we ended up walking a lot of the way. She told me to go on and run ahead of her but I didn't feel right about it. It's not like I was going to place anyway. And we still had a lot of fun.

It's the fun that matters. If it helps, LM, if I were in texas, I would run with you, though the low humidity might kill me =P

And yeah...my pacer told me to run without her because she had a late night drinking. I did, but without someone to keep pace to, I ambled along so slowly she caught up with me and told me to move my lazy arse along. So I did the last sprint to the finish (yes it was a bit longer distance then I usually do, but I did have it in me). Then complained at the finish line that I couldn't run without her. Because being left to my own devices I'll amble along even if I have the energy to go at faster speeds. For beating timings I need to be chasing someone slightly faster then I would go - my competitiveness will make me rise up to the challenge and I'll match the person's pace. (Assuming it's a good day and I'm not getting stitches etc)

I can readily pace myself for the long haul(like >5km) though.

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LM - what kind of leg injury did your friend get? I mean for me it was blisters on my paws, which was easily remedied (for the next run) by getting moisture wicking socks. I know some runners so I could probably get out of them the remedies for running injuries.

Unfortunately they haven't found a cure for my stitches yet, the best I've managed is not to eat too much before a run (or start eating earlier) and don't start out too fast.


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Mostly drunk. Did my taxes. Ugh.

Avoiding any more due to no politics here.


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Just discovered the bike store I got my bike from no longer exists. Likely hit when the cops attacked all electric bike shops in the city.

F$!!. Really pissed right now.


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Apparently, regular Harry Potter movies are a thing now.

I knew I shouldn't have bought those!

No worries, I'm "working" in the office/pantry/laundry room.


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Freehold DM wrote:

Mostly drunk. Did my taxes. Ugh.

Avoiding any more due to no politics here.

You wild and crazy guy you. Drunk taxes... that's just insane.


Freehold DM wrote:

Just discovered the bike store I got my bike from no longer exists. Likely hit when the cops attacked all electric bike shops in the city.

F**%. Really pissed right now.

Why did the fuzz attack all the bike shops?

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I think I do bouldering better then rock climbing. Rock climbing walls were kinda full today. What looked like a simple route was an epic fail for me. I did get (on the easier side) half way from one side of the bouldering wall to the other.

My flexibility su*ks lol, but I suppose I do have some str to muscle through things. I don't think I'm very good at gripping handholds yet though.


Need to do them stretches Mort all that weight lifting will hinder your flexibility even more if you don't.

Also: I think your suppose to stretch after the work out not before.

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But...but...I yoga once per week! That's about as much stretching as I get unless you count cool down and warm up in classes.

You know theres this tendency to ignore your weak points by not looking at them...


Just a Mort wrote:

But...but...I yoga once per week! That's about as much stretching as I get unless you count cool down and warm up in classes.

You know theres this tendency to ignore your weak points by not looking at them...

Huh I would think the yoga would be enough to get you all flex.

Why that no work?

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:

But...but...I yoga once per week! That's about as much stretching as I get unless you count cool down and warm up in classes.

You know theres this tendency to ignore your weak points by not looking at them...

Huh I would think the yoga would be enough to get your all flex.

Why that no work?

I'm naturally inflexible. It's the family curse. Without yoga I can't even bend forward and touch my toes(without bending knees). With yoga it's a sometimes thing. I can do binding on one side but not the other, but I tree pose fairly happily. Just don't ask me to close my eyes while I'm doing it because I need to focus on a single stationary point.


Doesn't sound like you're doing that bad.


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Just a Mort wrote:

I just made a date loaf cake with chocolate chips

Involved me chopping up 170g of dates.

A 170g date? That's a pretty small person to be dating. And you probably shouldn't be chopping them up.


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captain yesterday wrote:
All you need in Wisconsin is a hound dog, a 22, some beer and the will to make it happen.

If you have enough will, you don't need the .22. Just throw the hound dog at the quail.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
All you need in Wisconsin is a hound dog, a 22, some beer and the will to make it happen.
If you have enough will, you don't need the .22. Just throw the hound dog at the quail.

I can both confirm the accuracy and humaneness of this post.


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The USSR really should have known that Communism wouldn't work. I mean really, there were all sorts of red flags.


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I made a playlist full of songs from Eminem, the Cranberries, and the Peanuts. I call it my Trail Mix.


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I have been warned not to steal any more kitchen utensils, but it's a whisk I'm willing to take.


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I took my wife out for dinner the other night. When I ordered a rare steak, she said "You sure do like meat, don't you Murderer?" I replied "For god's sake! It's been 20 years! Can't you let go of the fact that I shot your father?"


What should you do if you are being endlessly chased by lions, tigers, elephants, and horses? Get your drunk ass off the carousel.


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I was thinking of emigrating to Australia, so I went to their embassy to see what it would take to get citizenship. They asked me "Do you have a criminal record?" I said "No, I didn't realize that was still a requirement."


And now, here's my gripe for the day:

People, it's spelled SCHOOL not SCHOOL. Stop putting the second O in front of the first one!


gran rey de los mono wrote:
I made a playlist full of songs from Eminem, the Cranberries, and the Peanuts. I call it my Trail Mix.

That might work for me I like it when a playlist has a stark transition so I don't just ignore it.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
I took my wife out for dinner the other night. When I ordered a rare steak, she said "You sure do like meat, don't you Murderer?" I replied "For god's sake! It's been 20 years! Can't you let go of the fact that I shot your father?"

One day she will discover poison.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
I was thinking of emigrating to Australia, so I went to their embassy to see what it would take to get citizenship. They asked me "Do you have a criminal record?" I said "No, I didn't realize that was still a requirement."

Gonna start off lying to them already?


Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
I made a playlist full of songs from Eminem, the Cranberries, and the Peanuts. I call it my Trail Mix.
That might work for me I like it when a playlist has a stark transition so I don't just ignore it.

In actuality, I like the Cranberries (at least, some of their stuff), have never heard of the Peanuts, and hate Eminem.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:

And now, here's my gripe for the day:

People, it's spelled SCHOOL not SCHOOL. Stop putting the second O in front of the first one!

Now you listen here mister "I don't capitalize my first name."


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
I was thinking of emigrating to Australia, so I went to their embassy to see what it would take to get citizenship. They asked me "Do you have a criminal record?" I said "No, I didn't realize that was still a requirement."
Gonna start off lying to them already?

Well, really, only hipsters have records anymore. I keep all my criminal activities in the cloud. You might be surprised how much storage there is in a cumulonimbus.


Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:

And now, here's my gripe for the day:

People, it's spelled SCHOOL not SCHOOL. Stop putting the second O in front of the first one!

Now you listen here mister "I don't capitalize my first name."

It's spelled "gran rey de los mono", not "I don't capitalize my first name".

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