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lisamarlene wrote:

Packing and cleaning are DONE, and I'm actually going to get SEVEN WHOLE HOURS OF SLEEP.

Before I drive from here to Tucson in one day.
This is a personal best.
Also, I sweet-talked my mother in law into having us over for dinner tonight so I didn't have to cook.
Crazy!

Safe Travels, LM.


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I survived. no vengeance necessary.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
I survived. no vengeance necessary.

I am glad to hear that, but I am upset that my vengeance has been taken away from me!


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
I survived. no vengeance necessary.

thank God you told me. I was about to go all Wayne Brady up in here.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
I survived. no vengeance necessary.

Oh. We were supposed to get vengeance if you didn't survive. Wow, I completely misunderstood.

If you'll excuse me, I have a few calls to make. Fast.


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I was eating at a restaurant with my wife when a waitress yelled out "Does anyone know CPR?" I stood up and said "Even better. I know the whole alphabet!" Everyone laughed. Well, everyone except this one guy...


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Two whales are in the ocean, and one whale says to the other:
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To which the other replied: "Shut up, Frank. You're drunk."


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And Jesus did say unto them "Come forth, and receive eternal life." But Steven came fifth, and received a toaster.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
PM'D INFO INSTEAD

Done. But it's time for me to wander off and pick up GothBard.

But if you have Borderlands 2 and a roughly-level-45 character, we're doing the final DLC to prep for Borderlands 3, and we're always a trio, so you can ping us for an invite.

The more the merrier!

I wrapped up the DLC recently and started the game again in the True Vault Hunter Mmode... And after reaching Sanctuary went for the Assault On Dragon Keep (because it scaled to my 45-tish level, unlike the base TVHM game which ran in 30ties).


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NobodysHome wrote:
... other than the fact that I just don't need one more game system in my life. We have plenty already, thanks.

Uh, my English is not as good as I thought. I can't completely make head or tails out of that part. It makes absolutely no sense.


Okay, so, to maximize my minimal cash, I've settled on "probably Civ V (complete) or Civ VI (gold)" but I'm not sure which I should go for. Hrm...


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Drejk wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
... other than the fact that I just don't need one more game system in my life. We have plenty already, thanks.
Uh, my English is not as good as I thought. I can't completely make head or tails out of that part. It makes absolutely no sense.

Drejk. Drejk. He's a responsible man. He's not like you and I. He hasn't been devoured by the GAMES, yet!


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Tacticslion wrote:
Drejk wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
... other than the fact that I just don't need one more game system in my life. We have plenty already, thanks.
Uh, my English is not as good as I thought. I can't completely make head or tails out of that part. It makes absolutely no sense.
Drejk. Drejk. He's a responsible man. He's not like you and I. He hasn't been devoured by the GAMES, yet!

Nonsense. I can stop playing anytime I want.

<.<
>.>

And I am getting paid for playing games. Occasionally.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Drejk wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
... other than the fact that I just don't need one more game system in my life. We have plenty already, thanks.
Uh, my English is not as good as I thought. I can't completely make head or tails out of that part. It makes absolutely no sense.
Drejk. Drejk. He's a responsible man. He's not like you and I. He hasn't been devoured by the GAMES, yet!

Responsible? What does that word mean? It does not compute!


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G#*~!#n f*#$ing rain.


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Here's a fun game that folks have been playing on FreeholdBook.

You have one f-bomb to put in 'Lord Of The Rings'. Where does it go?


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LM sent me that a couple days ago. Her answer (since she's travelling) was:

Bilbo: You DO give a F about Frodo, don't you?
Gandalf: Two Fs, as often as I can spare them.

I came up with two spots that I liked.

Celeborn, standing with Galadriel, with that halting/stilted delivery the actor used: And where...the F...is Gandalf?

Samwise, after being pulled into the house by Gandalf's staff:
Gandalf: What did you hear?!? Speak!
Sam (paraphrased): I didn't hear nothin'! Nothing more than stuff about a dark lord, the end of the world, and F all!


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Whenever Gimli says anything to anyone he should end it with "you f&&+er".


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captain yesterday wrote:
Whenever Gimli says anything to anyone he should end it with "you f%&&er".

John Rhys-Davies should just do that in everyday life.


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"One does not simply walk into f!~&ing Mordor!"


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Limeylongears wrote:

Here's a fun game that folks have been playing on FreeholdBook.

You have one f-bomb to put in 'Lord Of The Rings'. Where does it go?

FreeholdBook? What? I've been published? When did this happen?

Shadow Lodge

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Drejk wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
... other than the fact that I just don't need one more game system in my life. We have plenty already, thanks.
Uh, my English is not as good as I thought. I can't completely make head or tails out of that part. It makes absolutely no sense.

I actually started typing out an explanation before I caught what the joke was.... It's early, that's my excuse.


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Orthos wrote:
Drejk wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
... other than the fact that I just don't need one more game system in my life. We have plenty already, thanks.
Uh, my English is not as good as I thought. I can't completely make head or tails out of that part. It makes absolutely no sense.
I actually started typing out an explanation before I caught what the joke was.... It's early, that's my excuse.

It took me a second when I read it this morning as well. "Drejk's English is better than most US citizens'. How did he misunderstand that? Wait..." *headdesk*


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Speaking of 'Merikuns... I was dropping Impus Major off at his college orientation.

Lost Girl: Are you going to the orientation?
NobodysHome: Yep.
LG: I'll follow you, then.
NH: Sounds good! Are you from around here?
LG: No; I'm from a long ways away. Dublin, in fact.
NH: That's not far at all!
Impus Major: What the heck do you mean, Dad?!?!?

Dublin is just north of Pleasanton, and roughly a half-hour drive from campus. Since she didn't drive, she felt that 30 minutes was "a long way".

Impus Major, of course, had no concept of local cities, nor of the probability of a dark-skinned (Indian or Hispanic would be my guess) woman with no discernible accent coming from Ireland to attend a community college here in the states.

She and I gave him the odd eye, and he just shrugged his shoulders and said, "American education."


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Limeylongears wrote:

Here's a fun game that folks have been playing on FreeholdBook.

You have one f-bomb to put in 'Lord Of The Rings'. Where does it go?

I inserted it into Tom Bombadil's ridiculous falalal song, fnar fnar, or alternatively:

"Gilgalad was a f---ing elf,
He liked to fiddle with himself,
Now he, with hairy finger, tries,
To poke out Sauron's flaming eye'


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NobodysHome wrote:
Impus Major, of course, had no concept of local cities, nor of the probability of a dark-skinned (Indian or Hispanic would be my guess) woman with no discernible accent coming from Ireland to attend a community college here in the states.

Does Ireland have publicly funded college/university education like most European states? (I have vague suspicion that LordSynos might know the answer for some unspecified reason...)

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She and I gave him the odd eye, and he just shrugged his shoulders and said, "American education."

Hey, at least he seems to recognize Ireland's capital's name... That's quite a feat (for a non-Irish American that is... I don't remember if NobodysHome mentioned his family having any Irish roots or not).

...

Unless he thought that's a city on East Coats.

Well, there is quite likely a township called Dublin somewhere in the USA. There are three or four Warsaws and four Krakows in the USA alone after all.


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Hello, everyone!


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I'm on a shopping trip for work, I'm on overtime.

Tomorrow I get to survey some s$@!, on overtime.


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lisamarlene wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Well, Teensy Valeros now has a prescription for Focalin, and I have the first month's supply in my purse. We're going to start it tomorrow morning. We're starting off on the lowest dose and monitoring. I like his new pediatrician, and it helps that her youngest is exactly his age and just started the same medication for the same reasons a month ago.

Meanwhile, I've been working my tail off all week but am still not done with the packing and other preparations, and we're supposed to leave at 7 tomorrow morning.

Focalin is real?

I thought it was a Simpsons joke!

Well, technically it's dexmethylphenidate, because the generic was so much cheaper, but yes, it's generic Focalin.

Psst, Freehold... Focalin is real life, Focusyn is The Simpsons.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Lost Girl...

You met Bo in real life?! {starts looking up shipping costs to mail self to Ireland}

Scarab Sages

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NobodysHome wrote:

Maxed out at 67˚F and hazy with a fair breeze, so by mid-afternoon I had to close up the house to avoid it getting too chilly.

For those in hot regions, Shiro just had an "air circulation" system installed in his house. MUCH cheaper than an AC, MUCH less energy-intensive, and it's pretty much exactly what you need in a hot climate: The moment the outside temperature drops below the inside temperature, crank it up and let it do its magic, then do it again first thing in the morning and seal up the house.

Of course, it needs to drop below 80˚F at some point during the night, and I recall a couple of Davis summers where that didn't happen, so I don't know whether Florida has similarly-hot nights.

During last years heatwave, temps didnt even drop below 90 during the night :(


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Eekster Buhnay wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Lost Girl...
You met Bo in real life?! {starts looking up shipping costs to mail self to Ireland}

Yes, it's "creepy old man" of me, but I'll admit she was quite attractive. I did not check whether or not she was a succubus.

Scarab Sages

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Hedgehog is back in the garden <3


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Woran wrote:
Hedgehog is back in the garden <3

There's a dirty joke in there somewhere...


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Freehold DM wrote:
Woran wrote:
Hedgehog is back in the garden <3
There's a dirty joke in there somewhere...

something something bustle in your hedgehog something something spring clean for the FaWtL queen

Dark Archive

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Amby's Brain wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Woran wrote:
Hedgehog is back in the garden <3
There's a dirty joke in there somewhere...
something something bustle in your hedgehog something something spring clean for the FaWtL queen

*and puts player in reverse....*


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There's a serious thunderstorm in Pittsburgh, right now.

Dark Archive

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NobodysHome wrote:

Speaking of 'Merikuns... I was dropping Impus Major off at his college orientation.

Lost Girl: Are you going to the orientation?
NobodysHome: Yep.
LG: I'll follow you, then.
NH: Sounds good! Are you from around here?
LG: No; I'm from a long ways away. Dublin, in fact.
NH: That's not far at all!
Impus Major: What the heck do you mean, Dad?!?!?

Dublin is just north of Pleasanton, and roughly a half-hour drive from campus. Since she didn't drive, she felt that 30 minutes was "a long way".

Impus Major, of course, had no concept of local cities, nor of the probability of a dark-skinned (Indian or Hispanic would be my guess) woman with no discernible accent coming from Ireland to attend a community college here in the states.

She and I gave him the odd eye, and he just shrugged his shoulders and said, "American education."

For a minute there, I was like, someone from the homestead over there? :P I know there are Dublins all over the States, but I always think it must be someone from the locality first. :P

Dark Archive

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Drejk wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Impus Major, of course, had no concept of local cities, nor of the probability of a dark-skinned (Indian or Hispanic would be my guess) woman with no discernible accent coming from Ireland to attend a community college here in the states.
Does Ireland have publicly funded college/university education like most European states? (I have vague suspicion that LordSynos might know the answer for some unspecified reason...)

Aye, education is free in Ireland. There are private schools and colleges, but they don't actually have all that much prestige about them. Just small class sizes. :P


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Vanykrye wrote:

LM sent me that a couple days ago. Her answer (since she's travelling) was:

Bilbo: You DO give a F about Frodo, don't you?
Gandalf: Two Fs, as often as I can spare them.

I came up with two spots that I liked.

Celeborn, standing with Galadriel, with that halting/stilted delivery the actor used: And where...the F...is Gandalf?

Samwise, after being pulled into the house by Gandalf's staff:
Gandalf: What did you hear?!? Speak!
Sam (paraphrased): I didn't hear nothin'! Nothing more than stuff about a dark lord, the end of the world, and F all!

We've stopped at a truck stop in New Mexico for dinner.

Here's another:

Treebeard: We have just agreed... [falls asleep]
Merry Brandybuck: Yes?
Treebeard: [wakes up] I have told your names to the Entmoot and we have agreed... you are not f$&@ed.


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Up on the heights, for grand weekend of al fresco HEMA shenanigans.

I finally got the knack of axe-throwing.

I won the Bridge Of Death competition.

I smell of woodsmoke.

It is time for sleeps.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
There's a serious thunderstorm in Pittsburgh, right now.

I bet it's the same storm we had this morning.


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Aliens Power loader - part 1


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Aliens Power Loader - part 2


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Despite getting stormed on almost immediately I had a great day at work.

I got to help co-worker and another co-worker save time picking up extra blocks by pointing out on the new fangled trucks the sides fold down, and I saved even more time by folding it down for them so they wouldn't have to stand there and scratch their heads.

Then we had the pirate training, where the challenge was to walk across a six inch plank with a brand new 50 pound chop saw.

Then we got to go shopping at Menards for spray paint, large cardboard tubes, half a pallet of cement, and enough wooden stacks to survive either Lost Boys, or From Dusk Til Dawn (but not both).


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Aliens Power Loader - Part 3


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captain yesterday wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
There's a serious thunderstorm in Pittsburgh, right now.
I bet it's the same storm we had this morning.

Quite probably so,


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Aliens Power Loader - Part 4


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Aliens Power Loader - Part 5


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About to clock out. Have a good weekend, everyone!

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