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1d4 Goblin Babies wrote:
gran rey de los everything wrote:
Nah. It's just when I come into your house at night and take all your sporks. Hence, Sporks-taking. Related nights are Forksnabbing, Spoonsgrifting, Knivesleaving, and the oft overlooked Spatulalicking.
{1d4 goblin babies gasp and shudder} You're the Krampus of Knifey-Spoony Eve! You've come to steal all our gifts of marmite and Fosters from underneath the festive eucalyptus tree!

That's the equivalent of loading all the sins of the community onto the Scapegoat and sending it out into the desert, surely?


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Limeylongears wrote:
1d4 Goblin Babies wrote:
gran rey de los everything wrote:
Nah. It's just when I come into your house at night and take all your sporks. Hence, Sporks-taking. Related nights are Forksnabbing, Spoonsgrifting, Knivesleaving, and the oft overlooked Spatulalicking.
{1d4 goblin babies gasp and shudder} You're the Krampus of Knifey-Spoony Eve! You've come to steal all our gifts of marmite and Fosters from underneath the festive eucalyptus tree!
That's the equivalent of loading all the sins of the community onto the Scapegoat and sending it out into the desert, surely?

Is nakedness one of the sins, er, covered by this?


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Going to be taking another level of hippie, soon. I'm finishing the little bit of dairy in the house and then making full-blown-vegan attempt number...six? I think it's six.
You might check out the vegetarian & vegan recipes at Serious Eats. I've made the "vegan bacon" and it's pretty darn tasty.

*shudders*


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Shudder all you want. I'm not a converter. I do this for my own health.

The more the rest of the world gets fat and arterially clogged, the healthier I become by comparison to the national norm. It's win-win!

Also, I actually have a dehydrator (my father in law is currently borrowing it) so I can do that super easy!


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Fake bacon is better than no bacon.

Or so I've heard. :-)


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That is incorrect. Its lies make it considerably worse.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
I got home from work 10 minutes ago. For some reason, I agreed to go work in Alameda at 8 AM tomorrow with corporate types flitting around everywhere. I have no idea what I'm doing when I get there, and Outer Sunset San Francisco to Alameda is one hell of a clopen.

Probably too late for today, but the ferry is AWESOME! No one knows about it, so it's not all that crowded (especially since you're doing an anti-commute), the ferry terminal in Alameda is a short bus ride (or even walk, if you consider 2 miles "short" from anywhere in the city), and you get to be on a ferry as the sun is rising.

Yeah, it's freezing, but it's awesome...


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I've ridden that ferry to Oakland a couple times, and I agree with you that it is awesome, but for this journey it is significantly more convenient to use Bart to cross the bay and transfer to AC Transit line 31. It's not even transit time, it's the long headway on the ferry. First one gets me there way too early, next one gets me there late.

I'm currently rolling through downtown Oakland.


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Musical interlude- Oakland edition.


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That vegan bacon recipe doesn't taste like bacon. But it does a pretty good job of giving you a similar textural experience, hits similar tastes (smoky, savory, umami, peppery, salty, teeny bit sweet), and satisfies your cravings for fat and protein. I wouldn't call it bacon, but it does make a tasty BLT.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Fake bacon is better than no bacon.

Or so I've heard. :-)

Most bacon bits sold on the shelf or given at fast food restaurants on salads (such as at Wendy's) are fake, anyway. Soy is cheaper than meat. Unless it says real bacon on the bottle, it's fake.


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I've never eaten bacon bits, I grew up on a farm and had to help butcher our animals. I literally used to have to shoot my bacon to eat it.

But yes, I have heard they were fake. :-)


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I also never, and I mean NEVER, get a salad from restaurants, if I get Listeria from a salad, it's going to be my own damn fault.

I realize vegetarians might not have that option.


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Not that there's anything wrong with bacon bits or salads, I love making myself a salad. :-)


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The General's family is doing their thing where they all act suspiciously paranoid. It's been a few years, I'm kind of disappointed honestly, it's never any fun. :-\


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Drejk wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
1d4 Goblin Babies wrote:
gran rey de los everything wrote:
Nah. It's just when I come into your house at night and take all your sporks. Hence, Sporks-taking. Related nights are Forksnabbing, Spoonsgrifting, Knivesleaving, and the oft overlooked Spatulalicking.
{1d4 goblin babies gasp and shudder} You're the Krampus of Knifey-Spoony Eve! You've come to steal all our gifts of marmite and Fosters from underneath the festive eucalyptus tree!
That's the equivalent of loading all the sins of the community onto the Scapegoat and sending it out into the desert, surely?
Is nakedness one of the sins, er, covered by this?

Nudity is NOT A CRIME.

Coincidentally, today (thanks to the heat) appears to be Who Can Come Into Work in the Least Amount of Clothing Day. Yippee! (I lost, by the way, which is something else to be thankful for)

The Supervisor claimed to have been able to see somebody's "foo-foo", but I'm pretty sure she was making that up.


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Making Swedish pancakes for late breakfast. :-)


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Kind of a not that great day, the dog tried to get injured, and the kids are being surly because they want to go places and do stuff. But I work tonight, I don't want to spend money because we're down to our last twenty bucks before payday at the end of the week, the dishes are piling up because I've been dealing with finger injuries on each hand for a couple weeks now, which are thankfully healed, and I still need to walk the dog and get something at the grocery store for the family to eat while I'm at work.

Still, could be worse. :-)

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I got to introduce TS to the pain of Hanabi Sunday night, and then we got stomped in Ticket to Ride by one of my PFS crewmates. It was my first play of TtR, so I thought I did pretty well completing both my trips and fighting for longest rail. Can't wait to board game again!


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Oooh... we just learned about Hanabi a few weeks ago, and it's a blast to see everyone's minds whirling.

You quickly learn that those players who cannot bring themselves to trust other players are the ones who kill the fireworks show.

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Or that those who cannot guess their partners intentions blow everything up.


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Or that those who cannot guess their partners intentions blow everything up.

No Boom today.


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I entered my temporary workplace this morning to the cacophony of noise from seagulls and cargo ships. It is this that San Francisco lacks.


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That, and biker gangs.


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It turns out I'm doing stuff I don't get to talk about. It's actually got some cool parts, but it's all secret squirrel.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
It turns out I'm doing stuff I don't get to talk about. It's actually got some cool parts, but it's all secret squirrel.

Have fun!


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They try to do that with me, but I'm not having any of that.

I'm all about complete deniability. :-)


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
It turns out I'm doing stuff I don't get to talk about. It's actually got some cool parts, but it's all secret squirrel.

One of our best friend's fathers worked for Lockheed Martin during the Cold War.

We were not even allowed to ask him how his day went.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
It turns out I'm doing stuff I don't get to talk about. It's actually got some cool parts, but it's all secret squirrel.

You aren't supposed to tell them about the squirrel it's a secret.


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Aranna wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
It turns out I'm doing stuff I don't get to talk about. It's actually got some cool parts, but it's all secret squirrel.
You aren't supposed to tell them about the squirrel it's a secret.

Squirrel!!!


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Oh good, is today my birthday! I am so very excited for my birthday! It will be a very good birthday, oh yes it will.


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Gotta work tonight, not really excited, I'd call in but it's the last day of the week that I work, I have a strict don't stress about work on my days off policy, calling in would only ruin that.


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Dog that learned 100 Words wrote:
Oh good, is today my birthday! I am so very excited for my birthday! It will be a very good birthday, oh yes it will.

Good news! We're taking you to the vet to get tutored!


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I got confirmation about what is and isn't secret. I can say what I did, just not what I saw. We have a fake store where corporate builds fixtures to see what they and the buyers like as to shelf layouts and specialized merchandise. The fake store moved locations, so extra labor is needed to rebuild it. However, because it's a test store, there's a lot of merchandise here that hasn't gone to the stores yet, and may or may not do so at all. Many of these objects are kewl, but to speak of them is verboten.


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Pea Bear asked if she can watch Terminator: Genesis.

I said "sure, but I'll warn you, it doesn't make a lot of sense"

Pea Bear, smiled and replied "well yeah, it's a Terminator movie"

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CY spawns wise children.


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Lay it or Break it, the game where you strap a beak to your face and tie an egg to your ass, can be yours for 14.99.


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Hot Wheels collectors are WAY more hardcore then you'd think.


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Damn. A fellow Gary has passed away. I hope he is resting peacefully, partying with Gary Shandling and the other luminaries.


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Your name is Gary?

I would've guessed something starting with a D. Darryl, or Darren, or David, something like that.


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My name is none of those.


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You look just like my friend, Zach, so I can't help but think of you as Zach, CY. I mean, seriously, you're like his doppelganger.


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Lol!

Definitely not Zach. :-)

It's more in the middle of the alphabet, but not very common, so no Mark or Kevin either. :-)


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Oh, I know you're not him. He cut his hair off, and is a bit heavier and shorter than you, but man...are you sure you didn't have a little brother who got adopted or something?


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Honestly, no, I do actually have a half family somewhere in the south, I'd thought Texas, but, who knows. :-)


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If his dad's name is Terry there's probably a pretty good chance we might be related.


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Captain Yesterday fun fact: my mom divorced my biological father when I was one because he was physically abusive, I haven't seen him since I was five, which will be 35 years this summer, and I'm just fine with that.

And don't worry about stirring up old pain or anything, this is all s#+@ I came to terms with a long time ago. :-)

I am a bit curious now though. :-D


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Way to scare everyone away there Cap.


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Undoubtedly.


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I don't know Z's dad's name. Apparently he abandoned mom long ago, so anything is possible. I think Z still knows him and I don't think violence was involved, though.

You didn't scare me away. Midnight did. Luckily for you, a 3am vomiting of Chinese food woke me up. Never chase grease with cola.

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