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Of course. At this point I'm not even surprised.


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Um,... SURE you can?

I mean, I wouldn't want to get CAUGHT doing it, but you COULD,....

I've considered it myself. Once. Or twice,...

>_<


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Well, hopefully your house was built with more of an eye towards the future than mine; the knob-and-tube is all run through the attic (6"-24" vertical space before the insulation went in) and then down through the lath-and-plaster walls. So removing it would be nigh-impossible, and rewiring would be starting on the south side of the house, running all the wires through the garage THAT I JUST DRYWALLED, running them under the house to the correct locations (easy as pie; the crawlspace under the house is fine), then going upwards to all the outlets.

Every run would be 15-20m, and every split would be a new box and a new run.

Nah; I'm waiting the 10 years until we work on a second story, then they can rip out all the wiring at once and replace it when the walls are off.

All wiring here is cutting edge*! The wires are in narrow pipes that were placed within the walls so the current part of the replacement is "rip the bricks and masonry around those" then it will be "put new pipes with new wires inside" and then "rebuild the parts of wall taken down.

*for early 50s when the building was made. We had an electric socket in every room and in the kitchen too (not in the bathroom and the corridor connecting everything, though).


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Freehold DM wrote:
I cant strangle my boss...

Latrell Sprewell can strangle your boss for you...


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Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I cant strangle my boss...
Latrell Sprewell can strangle your boss for you...

Screech will stab him for a beer.


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Drejk wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:


Well, hopefully your house was built with more of an eye towards the future than mine; the knob-and-tube is all run through the attic (6"-24" vertical space before the insulation went in) and then down through the lath-and-plaster walls. So removing it would be nigh-impossible, and rewiring would be starting on the south side of the house, running all the wires through the garage THAT I JUST DRYWALLED, running them under the house to the correct locations (easy as pie; the crawlspace under the house is fine), then going upwards to all the outlets.

Every run would be 15-20m, and every split would be a new box and a new run.

Nah; I'm waiting the 10 years until we work on a second story, then they can rip out all the wiring at once and replace it when the walls are off.

All wiring here is cutting edge*! The wires are in narrow pipes that were placed within the walls so the current part of the replacement is "rip the bricks and masonry around those" then it will be "put new pipes with new wires inside" and then "rebuild the parts of wall taken down.

*for early 50s when the building was made. We had an electric socket in every room and in the kitchen too (not in the bathroom and the corridor connecting everything, though).

Er... wait...

...the whole POINT of putting wiring in pipes in the wall is the ability to draw new wire through those same old pipes. Why isn't that possible?


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NobodysHome wrote:
Drejk wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:


Well, hopefully your house was built with more of an eye towards the future than mine; the knob-and-tube is all run through the attic (6"-24" vertical space before the insulation went in) and then down through the lath-and-plaster walls. So removing it would be nigh-impossible, and rewiring would be starting on the south side of the house, running all the wires through the garage THAT I JUST DRYWALLED, running them under the house to the correct locations (easy as pie; the crawlspace under the house is fine), then going upwards to all the outlets.

Every run would be 15-20m, and every split would be a new box and a new run.

Nah; I'm waiting the 10 years until we work on a second story, then they can rip out all the wiring at once and replace it when the walls are off.

All wiring here is cutting edge*! The wires are in narrow pipes that were placed within the walls so the current part of the replacement is "rip the bricks and masonry around those" then it will be "put new pipes with new wires inside" and then "rebuild the parts of wall taken down.

*for early 50s when the building was made. We had an electric socket in every room and in the kitchen too (not in the bathroom and the corridor connecting everything, though).

Er... wait...

...the whole POINT of putting wiring in pipes in the wall is the ability to draw new wire through those same old pipes. Why isn't that possible?

Cosmo probably hired pugwampis to cap the pipes with concrete. Probably.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Drejk wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:


Well, hopefully your house was built with more of an eye towards the future than mine; the knob-and-tube is all run through the attic (6"-24" vertical space before the insulation went in) and then down through the lath-and-plaster walls. So removing it would be nigh-impossible, and rewiring would be starting on the south side of the house, running all the wires through the garage THAT I JUST DRYWALLED, running them under the house to the correct locations (easy as pie; the crawlspace under the house is fine), then going upwards to all the outlets.

Every run would be 15-20m, and every split would be a new box and a new run.

Nah; I'm waiting the 10 years until we work on a second story, then they can rip out all the wiring at once and replace it when the walls are off.

All wiring here is cutting edge*! The wires are in narrow pipes that were placed within the walls so the current part of the replacement is "rip the bricks and masonry around those" then it will be "put new pipes with new wires inside" and then "rebuild the parts of wall taken down.

*for early 50s when the building was made. We had an electric socket in every room and in the kitchen too (not in the bathroom and the corridor connecting everything, though).

Er... wait...

...the whole POINT of putting wiring in pipes in the wall is the ability to draw new wire through those same old pipes. Why isn't that possible?

That's because everything works different in Europe, or have you not seen European Futball...


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I finally watched all of Dracula.

I found the ending a bit contrived, but otherwise a great story.

I liked the twist at the end of the second one.


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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
Your own government is always defrauding you.

Without my government, I would've been dead years ago.

Government always needs to be both watched and staffed by honest citizens because yes, there is always progress to be made. But making such a blanket statement is incredibly reductionist.


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captain yesterday wrote:

I finally watched all of Dracula.

I found the ending a bit contrived, but otherwise a great story.

I liked the twist at the end of the second one.

ME TOO!!!


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Tiny T-Rex: Dad, why don't we go to a big city?

Me: We already live in a big city

Tiny T-Rex: No, I mean a bigger city

Me: That's because Milwaukee is a s~!# hole and Chicago is a cess pool

Tiny T-Rex: What's a cess pool?

Me: a more advanced s@$* hole.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Drejk wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:


Well, hopefully your house was built with more of an eye towards the future than mine; the knob-and-tube is all run through the attic (6"-24" vertical space before the insulation went in) and then down through the lath-and-plaster walls. So removing it would be nigh-impossible, and rewiring would be starting on the south side of the house, running all the wires through the garage THAT I JUST DRYWALLED, running them under the house to the correct locations (easy as pie; the crawlspace under the house is fine), then going upwards to all the outlets.

Every run would be 15-20m, and every split would be a new box and a new run.

Nah; I'm waiting the 10 years until we work on a second story, then they can rip out all the wiring at once and replace it when the walls are off.

All wiring here is cutting edge*! The wires are in narrow pipes that were placed within the walls so the current part of the replacement is "rip the bricks and masonry around those" then it will be "put new pipes with new wires inside" and then "rebuild the parts of wall taken down.

*for early 50s when the building was made. We had an electric socket in every room and in the kitchen too (not in the bathroom and the corridor connecting everything, though).

Er... wait...

...the whole POINT of putting wiring in pipes in the wall is the ability to draw new wire through those same old pipes. Why isn't that possible?

Good luck getting seven families agree on having no electricity for a few days while it is done. By putting new pipes the problem is avoided and we will be only out of electricity two or three times for a hour or two (barring any mishaps) during the switch from the old wiring to the new one.

Also, the old pipes might or might not be too thin for the new wiring, partly blocked, and there are some issues with cross-wiring that caused repeated issues in the past.

Anyway, the power plant has to approve any tampering with the wiring (outside the flats), and they demand that the power meters are moved from the flats to the staircase, which requires additional modifications.


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Vanykrye wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Drejk wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:


Well, hopefully your house was built with more of an eye towards the future than mine; the knob-and-tube is all run through the attic (6"-24" vertical space before the insulation went in) and then down through the lath-and-plaster walls. So removing it would be nigh-impossible, and rewiring would be starting on the south side of the house, running all the wires through the garage THAT I JUST DRYWALLED, running them under the house to the correct locations (easy as pie; the crawlspace under the house is fine), then going upwards to all the outlets.

Every run would be 15-20m, and every split would be a new box and a new run.

Nah; I'm waiting the 10 years until we work on a second story, then they can rip out all the wiring at once and replace it when the walls are off.

All wiring here is cutting edge*! The wires are in narrow pipes that were placed within the walls so the current part of the replacement is "rip the bricks and masonry around those" then it will be "put new pipes with new wires inside" and then "rebuild the parts of wall taken down.

*for early 50s when the building was made. We had an electric socket in every room and in the kitchen too (not in the bathroom and the corridor connecting everything, though).

Er... wait...

...the whole POINT of putting wiring in pipes in the wall is the ability to draw new wire through those same old pipes. Why isn't that possible?
Cosmo probably hired pugwampis to cap the pipes with concrete. Probably.

Some of the pipes might had collapsed over the years - though when the mount for the power meter was replaced in my flat a few years ago, the pipe through which wire was connected to my flat was fine and the wire was replaced without issues. Those pipes leading into individual flats will be kept.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Tiny T-Rex: Dad, why don't we go to a big city?

Me: We already live in a big city

Tiny T-Rex: No, I mean a bigger city

Me: That's because Milwaukee is a s~## hole and Chicago is a cess pool

Tiny T-Rex: What's a cess pool?

Me: a more advanced s~%& hole.

I liked what I saw of Chicago. It would be good to be able to visit you and Vany simultaneously.

That said, the milkmaids would have to be imported.


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Current Events today was a discussion on an article about food waste.

Unfortunately, I forgot my reputation as something of an insane person, so leading the discussion with "So how was lunch?" caused a tad bit more concern than I hoped.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Tiny T-Rex: Dad, why don't we go to a big city?

Me: We already live in a big city

Tiny T-Rex: No, I mean a bigger city

Me: That's because Milwaukee is a s~## hole and Chicago is a cess pool

Tiny T-Rex: What's a cess pool?

Me: a more advanced s~%& hole.

I liked what I saw of Chicago. It would be good to be able to visit you and Vany simultaneously.

That said, the milkmaids would have to be imported.

The times I've met you in "Chicago" was basically just outside O'Hare. That's kinda like saying "I've been to New York City" when in fact, you were in White Plains. It's really close, but it's just not the same.

We need to get you into Chicago proper. Cap hates Chicago, but I like it.


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I'm with Cap.


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Well, I am continuing me collection of rare and unusual items:
- A letter of apology from the IRS
- A thank-you note from the DMV

The thank-you note arrived today and was pretty irritating ("You're telling us that we provided you with the level of service that we expect to provide to every customer"), but hey, it's a win.


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I like cities other than Chicago.

Seattle was a lot of fun.

Los Angeles was too.

San Francisco pretty cool (though we only spent a couple hours downtown on a Friday there).

We hope to visit New York (because of Tiny T-Rex's love of Spider-Man and appreciation of quality hip hop he hopes to live there someday (and possibly buy the Knicks, but only to save them from Dolan).


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Milwaukee is okay if you don't drive and want to see a sports game, otherwise there isn't s+~% to do.

I've heard tell of other people having a good time in Chicago but, alas, it has eluded me thus far (that's about as polite as I can be).

I loved Minneapolis-Saint Paul the one time I went there as a 12 year old.


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I don't think I could return to living in a small town.


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Freehold DM wrote:
I cant strangle my boss.

Well, I'm not surprised, given that you're only halfway through the Intermediate course. That isn't covered until Module 8.1.2d


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Freehold DM wrote:
I cant strangle my boss.
Well, I'm not surprised, given that you're only halfway through the Intermediate course. That isn't covered until Module 8.1.2d

Guys, it's not that complicated; see, there's this awesome two-feat combo that they- whaddaya mean they nerfed it?! Sigh.

EDIT: I mean, on the one hand, I'm not surprised.

EDIT 2: On the other hand, it's very frustrating.

EDIT 3: On hand number three, we're half-way to being a marilith - this is a good thing.

EDIT 4: On the fourth hand, most people have probably moved on to a new system already anyway. Out with the old, I suppose...


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I love living in a small town.

But then, I hate most people, so the fewer of them around me, the better.

Frankly, if I had a self-sustainable source of income and a good internet connection for entertainment, I would move to the most isolated place I could find.


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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:

I love living in a small town.

But then, I hate most people, so the fewer of them around me, the better.

Frankly, if I had a self-sustainable source of income and a good internet connection for entertainment, I would move to the most isolated place I could find.

But the Antarctic is so empty (and you'd have to be doing science all the time, which, as hypothetically cool as that sounds, means a lot of drilling and is cooooooooold, and Tala likely wouldn't want to move there with you!

EDIT: Freehold might visit, though! (because it's coooooooold)


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Heh,
MY wife doesn't want to move any farther north than the top of the Louisiana Boot. ;P

After being born and bred in the Big Sleazy Easy, (IE= Way down south) she thinks that anything below 80F degrees is cold.

>_<


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NobodysHome wrote:

Well, I am continuing me collection of rare and unusual items:

- A letter of apology from the IRS
- A thank-you note from the DMV

for the love of god, dont let those two objects touch each other.


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Tacticslion wrote:
The Vagrant Erudite wrote:

I love living in a small town.

But then, I hate most people, so the fewer of them around me, the better.

Frankly, if I had a self-sustainable source of income and a good internet connection for entertainment, I would move to the most isolated place I could find.

But the Antarctic is so empty (and you'd have to be doing science all the time, which, as hypothetically cool as that sounds, means a lot of drilling and is cooooooooold, and Tala likely wouldn't want to move there with you!

EDIT: Freehold might visit, though! (because it's coooooooold)

Yeah, but I'm pretty sure I could afford some land in Death Valley or other desert areas, probably between CA and NV eventually.

Yeah, it gets hot, but it's a dry heat, and if Florida taught me anything, it's that I can't stand humidity, not necessarily heat. With proper housing design, one can keep a natural wind tunnel going. Really, it's access to plenty of water that would be the issue.

We considered moving to rural Nevada before Ohio.


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Ragadolf wrote:

Heh,

MY wife doesn't want to move any farther north than the top of the Louisiana Boot. ;P

After being born and bred in the Big Sleazy Easy, (IE= Way down south) she thinks that anything below 80F degrees is cold.

>_<

Bring your wife to me.


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Also, we are planning on a trip or two to Chicago this summer as I've heard Pearl Jam is playing there this summer and Garbage and Liz Phair are playing a show together in July somewhere close to Chicago.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Also, we are planning on a trip or two to Chicago this summer as I've heard Pearl Jam is playing there this summer and Garbage and Liz Phair are playing a show together in July somewhere close to Chicago.

lemme see when the con is.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Also, we are planning on a trip or two to Chicago this summer as I've heard Pearl Jam is playing there this summer and Garbage and Liz Phair are playing a show together in July somewhere close to Chicago.

there's a con 4th of July weekend. Is that doable?


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Yes, that should be doable.

Tell me what con and I'll start the planning.


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The pros of being salaried are nigh-infinite: No worrying about tracking your hours, infinite vacation and sick time, no being forced to work long hours because "we're paying you overtime, so get to it!"

Unfortunately, sometimes you hit the cons: Our division head is trying to improve relations with the India team, so he promised that the next All Hands meeting would be on India time so that they weren't always having to adjust to U.S. time.

Guess who's going to an unpaid meeting from 7:30 - 9:00 pm tonight!

Whee?


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Oh, speaking of clueless engineers, it's really pretty impressive how pervasive data gathering has become in the minds of our youth. One of Global Megacorporation's few redeeming features is that they really, honestly, decently care about not gathering unnecessary data about their customers. As I mentioned, I was at a high-level meeting where a VP said, "If you cannot give me a legitimate business case for why you are gathering that information, then you'd better not be gathering it."

So of course, with this meeting coming up, one of the young engineers posted a pre-question: "If we're not allowed to gather data about our customers, how can we optimize our application for them?"

Er... maybe... ASKING them or getting companies to volunteer to be test cases instead of spying on the world?

Just saying...


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Freehold DM wrote:
there's a con 4th of July weekend. Is that doable?

That has potential.


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Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
there's a con 4th of July weekend. Is that doable?
That has potential.

This is gonna be fAWESOME...


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NobodysHome wrote:

Oh, speaking of clueless engineers, it's really pretty impressive how pervasive data gathering has become in the minds of our youth. One of Global Megacorporation's few redeeming features is that they really, honestly, decently care about not gathering unnecessary data about their customers. As I mentioned, I was at a high-level meeting where a VP said, "If you cannot give me a legitimate business case for why you are gathering that information, then you'd better not be gathering it."

So of course, with this meeting coming up, one of the young engineers posted a pre-question: "If we're not allowed to gather data about our customers, how can we optimize our application for them?"

Er... maybe... ASKING them or getting companies to volunteer to be test cases instead of spying on the world?

Just saying...

Dear Young Engineer:

Collecting data on HOW I use your application (I probably don't, unless it's that one really big one that everybody hates) isn't the problem. You can collect data on which buttons I click in what order in your application until the end of time and that's all perfectly reasonable.

You don't need my IP address while you do it.

You don't need my complete browsing history to do it either.

You don't need ANY information about ethnicity, age, income bracket, or anything else to figure out how each user is using your application.

Sales and Marketing wants that information, but they can even more easily get that info from the billing department, and your hands would stay clean.

See, Young Engineer, what your VP was saying was not "Don't collect data." The VP said "Don't collect data that you can't easily and correctly justify collecting and having. If you can do this in a manner that doesn't involve data collection, then you should do it in that manner."

See, in my scenario, your company still has my data. They just got it in a way that didn't involve automatic data collection using the product I purchased or downloaded, but through other avenues that I had to willingly give somewhere along the line in order to get the product in the first place. Like the mere act of purchasing it. However, this way the PR nightmare of "APPLICATION X STEALS YOUR INFORMATION" doesn't happen, and the fact that you have the data anyway is not your product's direct fault. It's clearly those slimy bastards in Sales and Marketing that everyone hates anyway.


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I also plan/hope to be in Chicago in March for a Devin Townsend concert.


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Speaking of inpatient people who hate kids: today, at the mall, mine were in rare form and super hyped because they gotten new shoes. I was picking up food for my wife (working late, we were bringing it to her) at the Sbarro’s from the mall. There was a guy who came up in line behind me, after I’d started ordering, but my kids kept asking for things, trying to show off, or whatever. Kid stuff. Not great behavior - too loud, distracting, fussy with each other (though happily playing immediately thereafter) and demanding - but they obeyed my specific instructions to do or not do certain things and respected that “no” meant “no.”

The lady (she’s by herself) has to take the order, get the stuff, and has a million little questions along the way (“is that enough sauce?” “would you like extra?” “how many?” etc.) as normal.

At some point during the middle of this, he walks up to the counter; I’m forced to stop making my order and make sure my kids don’t play with each other hard enough to knock something over or get hurt (five to ten seconds) and he manages to make the most agonizingly annoyed sigh sound.

He does so again when I temporarily blank from attention deficit (it’s a pain) and visibly had to restrain himself when my kids said, “Hey, look, Daddy!” for the third time. When I’m done I apologize and thank him for his patience and he gives this incredulous, confused stare, mouth agog... before ordering a single a single drink as we were walking away.

In fairness to him, he was stuck in line behind two exhausted kids and an exhausted parent, and all he wanted was a single drink.
On the other hand, he clearly had no patience for children - or at least none for mine at that moment - and was highly impatient about it (but in a passive aggressive way). I honestly wished I could let him go ahead (and would have if he’d gotten there before she’d taken half my order). But the look he gave - and his complete inability to be even remotely be polite or accepting of an apology (and settling for an incredulous stare of shock) was (probably inappropriately) really funny to me. I didn’t laugh, only because it would have been just as rude.

This anecdote goes nowhere and I wish him a good life. VE’s (normal) pre-parent fears that I just stumbled over simply reminded me of it.


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In other news, working with Eldest in learning how to do work properly. He is so incredibly smart that he gets bored and distracted easily and forgets to, you know, so the work.

“Why? I already know it!”

Sure you do, bud, but you gotta prove it or else it does nothing. That is a hard and bitter pill for an eight year old to swallow. I remember having to swallow it myself.
(He got a really poor grade. This is not being bad at tests - this is inheriting my disorganized brain plus his own high intelligence leading to sloppy and lazy instead of the solid work he knows how to do. Because he was thinking about how cool lizards are and could not care less about the US Constitution - again - that he can recite. But you have to learn to do work, even if it seems basic and boring. Bitter pill.)

That said, the threat of no gaming until he finished work seems to have worked. Suddenly he has almost finished his homework every day before he get home...

And in gaming news: I killed a Lynel (he was 3/4 dead from bombs before he even realized we were fighting), caught the giant horse (named him “Phantom” because he looks like Ganondorf’s horse and that’s the name given in the LoZ chess set), and my wife caught “the best” horse in BotW (4 strength, 4 speed, 5 stamina) in her favorite horse colors and promptly named her “Epona.”

And in Pokémon Infinite Fusion, I fused a Mims Jr. and Hoot-hoot together and it’s adorable. Adooooorable.


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Knock knock.
Who's there?
Europe.
Europe who?
I'm not a poo! You're a poo!!

Scarab Sages

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If you're pregnang, you get six weeks of leave before you give birth. 10 weeks if you get twins or more babies.
You get 10 weeks of leave after you give birth.

If there are complications during birth, and you or the baby need a prolonged stay in the hospital, you can get up to 10 extra weeks of leave.

As a father you get 1 week of leave, and 5 weeks of leave that you can use up as you see fit. But you have to use it in 1 week increments.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
there's a con 4th of July weekend. Is that doable?
That has potential.
This is gonna be fAWESOME...

Indeed, now I know when I have to have the car fixed by (exhaust).


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Woran wrote:

If you're pregnang, you get six weeks of leave before you give birth. 10 weeks if you get twins or more babies.

You get 10 weeks of leave after you give birth.

If there are complications during birth, and you or the baby need a prolonged stay in the hospital, you can get up to 10 extra weeks of leave.

As a father you get 1 week of leave, and 5 weeks of leave that you can use up as you see fit. But you have to use it in 1 week increments.

What happens postgang? I don't think the Jets will take me back.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Woran wrote:

If you're pregnang, you get six weeks of leave before you give birth. 10 weeks if you get twins or more babies.

You get 10 weeks of leave after you give birth.

If there are complications during birth, and you or the baby need a prolonged stay in the hospital, you can get up to 10 extra weeks of leave.

As a father you get 1 week of leave, and 5 weeks of leave that you can use up as you see fit. But you have to use it in 1 week increments.

What happens postgang? I don't think the Jets will take me back.

But captain, "when you're a Jet, you're a Jet all the way, from your first ciggarette 'til your last dyin' day!"

It's a link to West Side Story

Personally, I don't know what it means to be "gnang," much less "pregnang" (and one can only guess at the state of "postgngang")!

But, you know, I've been told to be alert, and I'm still not sure what one of them there lerts are, but I'mma be one!


Ragadolf wrote:

Heh,

MY wife doesn't want to move any farther north than the top of the Louisiana Boot. ;P

After being born and bred in the Big Sleazy Easy, (IE= Way down south) she thinks that anything below 80F degrees is cold.

>_<

hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhow tho

O.O


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Ragadolf wrote:

Heh,

MY wife doesn't want to move any farther north than the top of the Louisiana Boot. ;P

After being born and bred in the Big Sleazy Easy, (IE= Way down south) she thinks that anything below 80F degrees is cold.

>_<

I worked with a guy that grew up in the Cascades that considered anything above 80 degrees unlivable.

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