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Scintillae wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Speaking of psycho TV shows, we were originally going to name Tiny T-Rex Dexter and then a week before he was born I told my brother that and he says "like the TV show?" so then I google it and that was the end of that.
I still associate the name with Dexter's Laboratory.

And honestly, that one really does work with Tiny T.


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Vanykrye wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Speaking of psycho TV shows, we were originally going to name Tiny T-Rex Dexter and then a week before he was born I told my brother that and he says "like the TV show?" so then I google it and that was the end of that.
I still associate the name with Dexter's Laboratory.
And honestly, that one really does work with Tiny T.

That was actually what we were going for.


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It's a fun day in Current Events! We're talking about cholera outbreaks, which means I get to talk about poop in a classroom setting.

The looks of utter disgust are amazing.

you guys are dealing with cholera outbreaks?!


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Scintillae wrote:

It's a fun day in Current Events! We're talking about cholera outbreaks, which means I get to talk about poop in a classroom setting.

The looks of utter disgust are amazing.

you guys are dealing with cholera outbreaks?!

I use Izzit.org for a lot of my current events lessons, which had an article posted this week about cholera outbreaks in Yemen and Mozambique.


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Scintillae wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:

It's a fun day in Current Events! We're talking about cholera outbreaks, which means I get to talk about poop in a classroom setting.

The looks of utter disgust are amazing.

you guys are dealing with cholera outbreaks?!
I use Izzit.org for a lot of my current events lessons, which had an article posted this week about cholera outbreaks in Yemen and Mozambique.

when sewage systems break down, life becomes horrid.


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Aaaand... the kids are off on their first-ever journey without us. Before now, they've done fewer than half a dozen overnights in their lifetimes.

I am both proud and a bit verklempt.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Speaking of psycho TV shows, we were originally going to name Tiny T-Rex Dexter and then a week before he was born I told my brother that and he says "like the TV show?" so then I google it and that was the end of that.
I still associate the name with Dexter's Laboratory.
And honestly, that one really does work with Tiny T.
That was actually what we were going for.

EDIT for clarity. I often forget that tv murderer tv show was ever a thing. I pretty much exclusively think of Dexter's Laboratory.

Omlet du frammage remains the only French that I actually recall from the time I spent in Lithuania. Dang it. Stupid broken record.


NobodysHome wrote:

OK, this test is all kinds of fun.

My score: 56.2% light
- 68% Faith in humanity
- 62% Humanism (seeing value in every person)
- 100% Kantianism (treating people decently)
- 0% Narcissism (and the fish pants celebrate)
- 18% Psychopathy
- 42% Machiavellianism

Personally I disagree. I think my faith in humanity is MUCH lower and my humanism is higher.

As I always say, individually, people are good. Once you get more than 5 of them together, they become the most evil force in the universe.

Quote:
you are tilted 22.92%

WELP


I KNEW this avatar could be handy.


Hmp. I never got actual numbers.

You luckies.


Tacticslion wrote:

Hmp. I never got actual numbers.

You luckies.

Took it again, trying to do the same answers (being just as honest), but I clearly gave something different.

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Based on your replies to the test questions, you are tilted 27.08% to the light side! Note: each of us has a mix of light and dark facets within us. Also, personality traits can change. You might want to use this information as an opportunity for self-reflection and growth.

How do you guys get such precise numbers from the bar graphs?

The following is "as close as I can tell" from my bar graph page.

Faith in humanity: "significantly above 60, below 80"
Humanism: "significantly above 60, below 80"
Kantianims: "above sixty, below 80"
Narcissism: "a bit below sixty"
Psychopathy: "a hedge above 20, significantly below 40"
Machiavellian: "a hedge below 60, significantly above 40"

That's about the best as I can gather from looking at bars.

Seen Yoda twice, so I'm guessing everyone does every time?


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Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Speaking of psycho TV shows, we were originally going to name Tiny T-Rex Dexter and then a week before he was born I told my brother that and he says "like the TV show?" so then I google it and that was the end of that.
I still associate the name with Dexter's Laboratory.
And honestly, that one really does work with Tiny T.
That was actually what we were going for.

EDIT for clarity. I often forget that tv murderer tv show was ever a thing. I pretty much exclusively think of Dexter's Laboratory.

Omlet du frammage remains the only French that I actually recall from the time I spent in Lithuania. Dang it. Stupid broken record.

We didn't even know the show existed, but as soon as I do and we start telling it to people they're all like "Like the show with the serial killer?".

It was just easier to move on.

He was also almost named after Eddie Vedder.

In the end he ended up with the perfect name and looks a lot like his namesake.

Scarab Sages

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MrT celebrated his 12,5 anniversary at his place of work. He got thorougly roasted, and we now have a giant amount of leftover cake in the fridge.

My bowels will protest, but I think the cramp will be worth it because its from the best bakery in the city.


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captain yesterday wrote:
He was also almost named after Eddie Vedder.

You were going to name him Captain Junior?

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In the end he ended up with the perfect name and looks a lot like his namesake.

Hobbes?


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Hi, everyone. Well, this sucks. It looks like I'll be pulling another double shift tomorrow. The morning guard will have to attend his actual trial in Traffic Court, and I don't think that there's a replacement for the guard that lost his car. Thing is, when I'm here in the morning, I have to wake up at two. And, when I leave here, I get home at one. So, that means that there's no point in going home for just an hour. So, I have to stay here, overnight, trying to get some sleep in this office chair. And trying hard to avoid saying all the foul words I know in a constant stream. Lucky me.


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Drejk wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
He was also almost named after Eddie Vedder.

You were going to name him Captain Junior?

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In the end he ended up with the perfect name and looks a lot like his namesake.
Hobbes?

Crookshanks actually looks more like me and Tiny T-Rex looks like the General.


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So, anyone know anything about modern roofing?

I'm old-school, so I figured when I asked the roofers to do a "full rip-and-replace" they'd:
(1) Rip up the old plywood, exposing all the rafters
(2) Replace any rotten rafters
(3) Insulate
(4) Put new plywood on
(5) Put on the rest of the roofing (paper, shingles, etc.)

The first crew was here for 4 hours, and they very dutifully scraped the shingles and tar paper off the roof and garage, exposing the plywood but not removing it. They're obviously not done; there are bits of obviously-rotten wood all over the roof.

So I'm not understanding going to all the trouble of scraping the roof. Was it because of disposal regulations? (Old shingles go to this dump, plywood this other dump.) Because it's easier? (Pulling plywood goes more smoothly when it's not covered with crap.) If they start laying down new roofing over all the rotten wood I will be most displeased.

So what the heck are they going to do next? I'm all curiosity...


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NobodysHome wrote:

So, anyone know anything about modern roofing?

I'm old-school, so I figured when I asked the roofers to do a "full rip-and-replace" they'd:
(1) Rip up the old plywood, exposing all the rafters
(2) Replace any rotten rafters
(3) Insulate
(4) Put new plywood on
(5) Put on the rest of the roofing (paper, shingles, etc.)

The first crew was here for 4 hours, and they very dutifully scraped the shingles and tar paper off the roof and garage, exposing the plywood but not removing it. They're obviously not done; there are bits of obviously-rotten wood all over the roof.

So I'm not understanding going to all the trouble of scraping the roof. Was it because of disposal regulations? (Old shingles go to this dump, plywood this other dump.) Because it's easier? (Pulling plywood goes more smoothly when it's not covered with crap.) If they start laying down new roofing over all the rotten wood I will be most displeased.

So what the heck are they going to do next? I'm all curiosity...

wow.

You are old.

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Eh John... Your neck is going to kill you tomorrow. Any chance of scavenging something like a pillow or air cushion so you can sleep with your head tilted against a wall or some padding so you can sleep on the floor?

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captain yesterday wrote:
Drejk wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
He was also almost named after Eddie Vedder.

You were going to name him Captain Junior?

Quote:
In the end he ended up with the perfect name and looks a lot like his namesake.
Hobbes?
Crookshanks actually looks more like me and Tiny T-Rex looks like the General.

I resemble my dad more in personality and habits and my brother resembles my mom.


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Just a Mort wrote:
Eh John... Your neck is going to kill you tomorrow. Any chance of scavenging something like a pillow or air cushion so you can sleep with your head tilted against a wall or some padding so you can sleep on the floor?

There's nothing here like that. And the garage office floor is concrete, and dirty.


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NobodysHome wrote:

OK, this test is all kinds of fun.

Hmmmmm…

*Takes the test*

My score: 14.58% light
- Around 64% Faith in humanity (Probably about right)
- Around 61% Humanism (Slightly low-ish)
- Around 76% Kantianism (Blegh...this should be lower simply because Kants in the name)
- Around 42% Narcissism (I'm a confirmed egocentric so that seems about right)
- Around 91% Psychopathy (That's...a bit high)
- Around 24% Machiavellianism (That's maybe a bit low?)

Can't help but wonder if there's a combination of answers that would level out all the categories in around the 60's range...
Eh, don't put too much stock in tests like this.
Though will say that most of my gaming buddies or friends tend to describe me (affectionately) as a 'Cynical and conniving a~~@!#*' but they still let me babysit (or pet-sit) so it can't be that bad ^^

Yuugasa wrote:
Also, I apologize if I've been unpleasant, been going through a lot of rough stuff recently.

Eh, there's nothing to excuse for.

Though if you're having a rough time, and you want to talk about it, you would find some of us here, who are more then willing to listen.

Woran wrote:
I want a nap

*Sends Woran his pillow*

Had one today…
Was supposed to be and hour...turn into almost three.

Woran wrote:

MrT celebrated his 12,5 anniversary at his place of work. He got thorougly roasted, and we now have a giant amount of leftover cake in the fridge.

My bowels will protest, but I think the cramp will be worth it because its from the best bakery in the city.

*Sends Woran huggles, a heating-blanket and some tummy-rubs*

So...


Now that I've been all fuzzy and nice…
Maybe I could get a piece of cake…

*Gives big wet puppy-eyes*

John Napier 698 wrote:
Hi, everyone. Well, this sucks. It looks like I'll be pulling another double shift tomorrow. The morning guard will have to attend his actual trial in Traffic Court, and I don't think that there's a replacement for the guard that lost his car. Thing is, when I'm here in the morning, I have to wake up at two. And, when I leave here, I get home at one. So, that means that there's no point in going home for just an hour. So, I have to stay here, overnight, trying to get some sleep in this office chair. And trying hard to avoid saying all the foul words I know in a constant stream. Lucky me.

Well crap.

I really wish there was something I could do to help out...you deserve to work in a place that shows more appreciation and caring to have a good bloke like you working there.

*Sends man-hugs and back pats*

In other (Work) related news:

I've been hired on by the riding-school where I've been temp-ing for at least the next 9 months (on a renewable contract), which is why I've been around here much less lately.
Most of the time have been spend on introductions, making schedules, meeting the new colleagues, learning the new work routines and of course meeting and nuzzling the new horses I'm working with.
I'll be working more hours then I'm used too, so I'll probably not be around here as much, but I'll try too stay connected as much as I can.

Hope I get the time to write more tomorrow, as I kind off have more I would like to float here for more personal reasons…but as usual I'm a both short on time...and well, trigger shy ^^'


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NobodysHome wrote:

So, anyone know anything about modern roofing?

I'm old-school, so I figured when I asked the roofers to do a "full rip-and-replace" they'd:
(1) Rip up the old plywood, exposing all the rafters
(2) Replace any rotten rafters
(3) Insulate
(4) Put new plywood on
(5) Put on the rest of the roofing (paper, shingles, etc.)

The first crew was here for 4 hours, and they very dutifully scraped the shingles and tar paper off the roof and garage, exposing the plywood but not removing it. They're obviously not done; there are bits of obviously-rotten wood all over the roof.

So I'm not understanding going to all the trouble of scraping the roof. Was it because of disposal regulations? (Old shingles go to this dump, plywood this other dump.) Because it's easier? (Pulling plywood goes more smoothly when it's not covered with crap.) If they start laying down new roofing over all the rotten wood I will be most displeased.

So what the heck are they going to do next? I'm all curiosity...

In my experience that is generally how disposal yards work on the west coast.


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Differences between the Bay Area and Texas, page 896:

In the East Bay, if the temp climbs above 70 for more than a few hours, every stretch of vaguely-cleanish shorefront is packed with people: kids playing in the water, adults sitting on blankets or sun chairs. It's crowded, noisy, and not a lot of fun.

It was 84 today, so I ran home on my lunch break, grabbed a picnic blanket and threw some sandwiches together, and as soon as school was out, we drove a little bit north to one of the larger CoE lakes in the area. The beach was completely deserted the entire time we were there, and it was clean... the sand, the grass, the water. CLEAN. The kids swam in their clothes because I forgot their swimsuits and then rode home in towels. And I saw seagulls for the first time since August, which was lovely.


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W00T!
Congratulations, Kjeldorn!

Now it's John's turn to get offered a job where they treat him a bit better.


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lisamarlene wrote:

Differences between the Bay Area and Texas, page 896:

In the East Bay, if the temp climbs above 70 for more than a few hours, every stretch of vaguely-cleanish shorefront is packed with people: kids playing in the water, adults sitting on blankets or sun chairs. It's crowded, noisy, and not a lot of fun.

It was 84 today, so I ran home on my lunch break, grabbed a picnic blanket and threw some sandwiches together, and as soon as school was out, we drove a little bit north to one of the larger CoE lakes in the area. The beach was completely deserted the entire time we were there, and it was clean... the sand, the grass, the water. CLEAN. The kids swam in their clothes because I forgot their swimsuits and then rode home in towels. And I saw seagulls for the first time since August, which was lovely.

We're supposed to get snow, with blizzard like conditions tomorrow.

As you know, this isn't unusual.


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That would be nice, and greatly appreciated, LM.

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John Napier 698 wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Eh John... Your neck is going to kill you tomorrow. Any chance of scavenging something like a pillow or air cushion so you can sleep with your head tilted against a wall or some padding so you can sleep on the floor?
There's nothing here like that. And the garage office floor is concrete, and dirty.

I'm not bothered with dirt but the last time I slept on a concrete floor I was aching the next day. So I don't think I can recommend that.

I generally can sleep in most places.


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captain yesterday wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Differences between the Bay Area and Texas, page 896:

In the East Bay, if the temp climbs above 70 for more than a few hours, every stretch of vaguely-cleanish shorefront is packed with people: kids playing in the water, adults sitting on blankets or sun chairs. It's crowded, noisy, and not a lot of fun.

It was 84 today, so I ran home on my lunch break, grabbed a picnic blanket and threw some sandwiches together, and as soon as school was out, we drove a little bit north to one of the larger CoE lakes in the area. The beach was completely deserted the entire time we were there, and it was clean... the sand, the grass, the water. CLEAN. The kids swam in their clothes because I forgot their swimsuits and then rode home in towels. And I saw seagulls for the first time since August, which was lovely.

We're supposed to get snow, with blizzard like conditions tomorrow.

As you know, this isn't unusual.

Don't I ever. I've shared my Cinco de Mayo snowman before, right?

I have no idea why I gave the snowman a pretend cigar.

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Also Shazam is a great movie. Its a heartwarming movie about siblings and that family is more then blood ties. And that even superheroes can be goofy. Its also funny as heck.

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lisamarlene wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Differences between the Bay Area and Texas, page 896:

In the East Bay, if the temp climbs above 70 for more than a few hours, every stretch of vaguely-cleanish shorefront is packed with people: kids playing in the water, adults sitting on blankets or sun chairs. It's crowded, noisy, and not a lot of fun.

It was 84 today, so I ran home on my lunch break, grabbed a picnic blanket and threw some sandwiches together, and as soon as school was out, we drove a little bit north to one of the larger CoE lakes in the area. The beach was completely deserted the entire time we were there, and it was clean... the sand, the grass, the water. CLEAN. The kids swam in their clothes because I forgot their swimsuits and then rode home in towels. And I saw seagulls for the first time since August, which was lovely.

We're supposed to get snow, with blizzard like conditions tomorrow.

As you know, this isn't unusual.

Don't I ever. I've shared my Cinco de Mayo snowman before, right?

I have no idea why I gave the snowman a pretend cigar.

I think the snowman looks good with a pretend cigar.

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NobodysHome wrote:

OK, this test is all kinds of fun.

My score: 56.2% light
- 68% Faith in humanity
- 62% Humanism (seeing value in every person)
- 100% Kantianism (treating people decently)
- 0% Narcissism (and the fish pants celebrate)
- 18% Psychopathy
- 42% Machiavellianism

Personally I disagree. I think my faith in humanity is MUCH lower and my humanism is higher.

As I always say, individually, people are good. Once you get more than 5 of them together, they become the most evil force in the universe.

14.58% light

0 Faith in humanity
~60 Humanism
~80 Kantianism
~10 Narcisissm
~55 Psychopathy
~30 Machiavellianism


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Everything looks accurate from here.


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I am friends with 25 letters of the alphabet. I don't know y.


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I went to hot dog vendor today and said "Hey, can I get a jumbo dog?" The vendor said "They're cooking right now, won't be long." I said "In that case you better give me two. I'm pretty hungry."


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I spilled polish remover on my map, and now there's a hole in Europe.


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Three old men went to a doctor for a memory test. The doctor asked the first man "What is 2 times 2?" The man said "194." The doctor shook his head and moved on to the next. He asked the second man "What is 2 times 2?" The man replied "Thursday." The doctor shook his head again, and moved to the third man. Again he asked "What is 2 times 2?" The third man replied "4." The doctor smiled and left the room. The first two men turned to the third and asked "How did you get 4?" The third man said "Easy. I subtracted Thursday from 194."


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If I slapped Dwayne Johnson's ass, would you say I hit Rock bottom?


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I can always find the ketchup at the store. I guess Heinz-sight really is 20/20.


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More seriously, I guess Game of Thrones is coming back on soon. I've been hearing people talk about it on the radio, trying to guess what's going to happen. Personally, I think the best way for it to end is with three little words:

Spoiler:

Single. Reactor. Ignition.

Actually, I wish it had ended before he ever wrote any of the books. That would have been ideal.


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Mom will be going in for her surgery on Wednesday of next week. I am taking all of next week off and I might have to take off some of the week after. I will be trying to get her affairs in order just in case the worse happens, but I don't think it will come to that. I will probably not be on the boards much next week, but I will make sure to keep you all informed as to what goes on with her.


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Good luck, Sharoth. Prayers and best wishes from both me and my mother.


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Thanks John. I hope that your day goes well for you. It sucks working a double like that. Please take care of yourself.


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If you have Amazon's Kindle Unlimited, you can read all of the Astro City comic books for "free". I have enjoyed the series.

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Sharoth wrote:
Mom will be going in for her surgery on Wednesday of next week. I am taking all of next week off and I might have to take off some of the week after. I will be trying to get her affairs in order just in case the worse happens, but I don't think it will come to that. I will probably not be on the boards much next week, but I will make sure to keep you all informed as to what goes on with her.

I hope your mom gets well soon.


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Scintillae wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:

It's a fun day in Current Events! We're talking about cholera outbreaks, which means I get to talk about poop in a classroom setting.

The looks of utter disgust are amazing.

you guys are dealing with cholera outbreaks?!
I use Izzit.org for a lot of my current events lessons, which had an article posted this week about cholera outbreaks in Yemen and Mozambique.

Have you mentioned London's Great Stink of 1858?


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captain yesterday wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Speaking of psycho TV shows, we were originally going to name Tiny T-Rex Dexter and then a week before he was born I told my brother that and he says "like the TV show?" so then I google it and that was the end of that.
I still associate the name with Dexter's Laboratory.
And honestly, that one really does work with Tiny T.
That was actually what we were going for.

EDIT for clarity. I often forget that tv murderer tv show was ever a thing. I pretty much exclusively think of Dexter's Laboratory.

Omlet du frammage remains the only French that I actually recall from the time I spent in Lithuania. Dang it. Stupid broken record.

We didn't even know the show existed, but as soon as I do and we start telling it to people they're all like "Like the show with the serial killer?".

It was just easier to move on.

He was also almost named after Eddie Vedder.

In the end he ended up with the perfect name and looks a lot like his namesake.

If Dexter was out, you could have called him Constitution or Wisdom Yesterday, for extra pioneer points. Constitution is probably the most 10000% extra American first name ever.


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Limeylongears wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Speaking of psycho TV shows, we were originally going to name Tiny T-Rex Dexter and then a week before he was born I told my brother that and he says "like the TV show?" so then I google it and that was the end of that.
I still associate the name with Dexter's Laboratory.
And honestly, that one really does work with Tiny T.
That was actually what we were going for.

EDIT for clarity. I often forget that tv murderer tv show was ever a thing. I pretty much exclusively think of Dexter's Laboratory.

Omlet du frammage remains the only French that I actually recall from the time I spent in Lithuania. Dang it. Stupid broken record.

We didn't even know the show existed, but as soon as I do and we start telling it to people they're all like "Like the show with the serial killer?".

It was just easier to move on.

He was also almost named after Eddie Vedder.

In the end he ended up with the perfect name and looks a lot like his namesake.

If Dexter was out, you could have called him Constitution or Wisdom Yesterday, for extra pioneer points. Constitution is probably the most 10000% extra American first name ever.

If we're working on the assumption that Yesterday is their actual last name, then surely he should have named his son Today Tomorrow Yesterday.


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Suddenly I want to make three characters for a game. Possibly a sci-fi game. They are the Zon cousins: Who Zon'First, What Zon'Second, and Idontknow Zon'Third.

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