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Last night was really, really weird.

My brain isn't used to being home yet, so in my half-sleep state I was convinced that I was still in Europe. Even worse, since I didn't know what city I was in, it decided that I must be sleeping on a train. Never mind that there were no train noises nor vibrations; I just must be on a train.

So I got up 2-3 times, and each time in my half-dazed state I was thinking, "OK, which way is it to the bathroom again? And I need to make sure not to put anything down so I don't lose it. Wait, where are the kids?"

And of course I'd start worrying and it would jolt me with just enough adrenaline to wake me up enough to remember that I was at home.

But boy, what a surreal night...

EDIT: And hoo, boy, wandering around on that train nekkid...


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At least you were secretly nekkid at home!


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I prefer overtly naked, no need to hide it.


You were scarring Imps for life again?


Freehold DM wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Today, I took ALL (DE) on a canal boat ride for her birthday.

I didn't have my glasses on when I looked at this.

I dont think I have to tell you why I read this several times.

It's that sort of a town... but no.


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Limeylongears wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Today, I took ALL (DE) on a canal boat ride for her birthday.

I didn't have my glasses on when I looked at this.

I dont think I have to tell you why I read this several times.

It's that sort of a town... but no.

...you gotta be kidding me.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Today, I took ALL (DE) on a canal boat ride for her birthday.

I didn't have my glasses on when I looked at this.

I dont think I have to tell you why I read this several times.

It's that sort of a town... but no.
...you gotta be kidding me.

Even I would overcome my fear of boats for that.

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I'm so happy its finally cooled down to normal temperatures again. I can finally enjoy a hot shower again!


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captain yesterday wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Today, I took ALL (DE) on a canal boat ride for her birthday.

I didn't have my glasses on when I looked at this.

I dont think I have to tell you why I read this several times.

It's that sort of a town... but no.
...you gotta be kidding me.
Even I would overcome my fear of boats for that.

(...has prescient visions of CY in a paddle boat with the Impii, re-kindling and intensifying his naviphobia...)


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Oh, gran, I am so very sorry. My prayers for your brother and your family. Hugs.


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I am so sorry to her that, gran. I am here if you need to talk.


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Hello, everyone.


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Lok tar ogar John.


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Huh>


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It's WoW orcish. Its a common thing they say, But basically hello John but a lot more violent.


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Oh, okay.

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Me not that kind of orc.


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"Quit poking me!"


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Just woke up in Tucson. If all goes well, I should be home around midnight tonight. Really looking forward to being home again.


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So here's another "fun" phenomenon of being gone for several weeks and going to much farther northern climes (37˚N for Albany, 56˚N for Copenhagen): Sunrise and sunset.

When we left, sunrise was 4:54 am. On the trip, we routinely had light well before 5 am, plus some days with sunsets after 10 pm.

So, we're back, and sunrise has moved to 5:54 am.

It is an utterly bizarre feeling to leave when it's light in the morning when you get up, and get back when it's dark. Just makes you feel like way more time has passed than you thought...


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NobodysHome wrote:

So here's another "fun" phenomenon of being gone for several weeks and going to much farther northern climes (37˚N for Albany, 56˚N for Copenhagen): Sunrise and sunset.

When we left, sunrise was 4:54 am. On the trip, we routinely had light well before 5 am, plus some days with sunsets after 10 pm.

So, we're back, and sunrise has moved to 5:54 am.

It is an utterly bizarre feeling to leave when it's light in the morning when you get up, and get back when it's dark. Just makes you feel like way more time has passed than you thought...

weird....


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I have gotten into belly dance in addition to burlesque. I am loving this.


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I opened my laptop hoping to dust it a bit, but I could not reach the ventilator. The keyboard was blocking the access and it was attached to the board with tapes that I could not reach. If I had third arm I could try to delicately pull them out, but there is a non-zero chance I wouldn't be able to do that.

I put the laptop back and it still works, so I call it a partial success, but it really could use an real internal cleaning...


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Freehold DM wrote:
I have gotten into belly dance in addition to burlesque. I am loving this.

YOU belly dance or you just dig watching it.


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So, apparently I will need to remove the keyboard from the upper part from outside and then I will be able to disconnect the tapes easily...

Also that screw in central part was holding the DVD and I could have pulled it safely to get more space. Huh. No tape connecting it?

Thank you YouTube


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Should I go to pub and risk getting caught by rain, or should I stay at home where it is dry and not as terribly warm at it was...

I should go get some groceries, though.


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Freehold DM wrote:
I have gotten into belly dance in addition to burlesque. I am loving this.

I think we can all agree that we dodged a bullet when this didn't happen at the top of the page.


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lisamarlene wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I have gotten into belly dance in addition to burlesque. I am loving this.
I think we can all agree that we dodged a bullet when this didn't happen at the top of the page.

We still might need some counseling.


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Doot doot doooot doooot doooot, doot doot dooty dooty doooot (etc.)

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Hello every-FaWtL! I hope everyone is well and your weeks are off to a good start. :)

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Sorry I haven't posted in a while, I was off on leave, and having so much fun that I just haven't logged on to, well, pretty much anything. :P Back to work today, and a lot of catch-up to do!

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Was great meeting NH and the Nobody crew in Edinburgh, a lot of firsts on the trip, first time being to Edinburgh, eating haggis, meeting up with a FaWtLer, so very enjoyable. Thanks again to NH and Shiro for treating me while I was there with them, it really was fab getting to know ye. :)

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Woran wrote:
Anyone here that I'm not friends with in Pokemon go and wants to be friends?

I know we're friends, but I don't know if you're friends with my son's account? Vivilila?

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Halfway through my catch-up of (800-odd) posts, going to have to leave the rest for later. Almost quitting time. :)


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Rains, so I stayed home and ordered a pizza.


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Right on time.


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My relief should be here, soon. Have a good day, everyone.


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Lynora, PM.


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lisamarlene wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I have gotten into belly dance in addition to burlesque. I am loving this.
I think we can all agree that we dodged a bullet when this didn't happen at the top of the page.

I should have been more specific with this post, I must admit.

But I HAVE been going to the gym a fair amount of late. I am not quite where I was in the beforetime, but I AM seeing some results.

Maybe you didnt dodge so much as miss out...?


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Captain ? wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I have gotten into belly dance in addition to burlesque. I am loving this.
YOU belly dance or you just dig watching it.

I love watching it.

But I HAVE undergone some basic training from the lovely ladies of antipode, a belly dancing troupe that I have encountered every now and again, usually at Connecticon.

You think drill sergeants are tough? They ain't got nothing on a serious dance instructor. Who WILL drill you on the differences between belly dancing, popping/locking, and pole dancing during the lesson.


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My Tae Kwon Do instructor was a grand master (or whatever the TKD equivalent was). He firmly believed in full contact at all times.

Yet even HE said, "Never fight a dancer. They'll kick your a$$."


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NobodysHome wrote:

My Tae Kwon Do instructor was a grand master (or whatever the TKD equivalent was). He firmly believed in full contact at all times.

Yet even HE said, "Never fight a dancer. They'll kick your a$$."

and look good while doing so.

I made an evil monk who specialized in a dancing fighting style. The last thing she said to many of her victims was "prepare to become art, darling."


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Bob Ross Captain and Big Tyler picked the wrong day to try to push me around.

Had to go Big Time on them.

Peter Gabriel would be proud!

For the record, every day is the wrong day to try to push me around.


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Well, I'm surprised at just how much I got done today, considering it's my first day back at work after 25 days off, but at this point I'm totally ready to give up and call it a day.


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Does going Big Time involve a sledgehammer at all?

I saw a hedgehog on my way home from HEMA.


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Limeylongears wrote:

Does going Big Time involve a sledgehammer at all?

I saw a hedgehog on my way home from HEMA.

I ALWAYS have a sledgehammer handy at work, usually two.


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Peter Big Time Gabriel wrote:

Bob Ross Captain and Big Tyler picked the wrong day to try to push me around.

Had to go Big Time on them.

Peter Gabriel would be proud!

For the record, every day is the wrong day to try to push me around.

you are one of my favorite artists for a reason.


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Drejk wrote:
Rains, so I stayed home and ordered a pizza.

Meh. Some long-not-seen friends were meeting in pub.

...

Yeah, yeah, if I would go I'd complain about rain and being overloaded by human people contact either way.


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"If you don't put eyes on it, it just looks like a tomato with a ding dong!" - The General, on why she was sticking edible eyes on the tomato with the ding dong.


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I hate bucket lists.

But, to be fair, I hate all lists.

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