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Wait did you encourage Marvel to shoot out Cyclops eye in that last issue of Uncanny X-men???


Thomas Seitz wrote:
Wait did you encourage Marvel to shoot out Cyclops eye in that last issue of Uncanny X-men???

Everything old is new again.


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I blame Cosmo for the Nineties and Noughties Megamix someone decided ought to soundtrack our workday a couple of days ago. I thought I'd never have to listen to 'Spaceman' by Babylon Zoo or 'I Wanna Be The Only One' by Eternal (that second key-change... agh agh agh agh agh) ever again, but I was very wrong indeed.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Souls At War wrote:
How bad is it? did you have that bad eye for long?

I'm 44 yrs old. I started wearing glasses in 2nd grade with one real lens and one fake. I switched to a single contact lens in 3rd grade.

At this point my left eye is at -8.75 while my right is a -4.5.

Using the thinnest material available my left lens is about 3/8" thick.

Er... I blame Cosmo that you're having any troubles at all. While the difference is HUGE, any decent glasses place should be able to deal with that.

Says the man at -10.5/-11.75...

Normal glasses, yes, with restrictions on the shape of the frames. Polarized sunglasses also adds "no rimless or semi-rimless frames" to the list of restrictions or "the polarization layer will peel off". The brands the store had available came with their own restrictions on top of that.

Like I said, went through 7 different rejected frames before I ran out of patience and got a refund.

OK, I feel sorry for you, those guys are pretty douchey as well for not advising you (better?).

@NobodysHome, your eyesight is almost as bad as mine.

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I Blame Cosmo the Coca-Cola Freestyle machine malfunctioned and flooded the sub place next door and my gym. Mostly the my gym part.


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Stupid g+&!&&n f%$*ing rain.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Stupid g#*+&@n f@++ing rain.

I blame Cosmo that we never got a Stupid G#*+&@n F@++ing Rain album from Prince Ƭ̵̬̊.


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I Blame Cosmo that my problems are too serious to blame him for.


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I blame Cosmo that there aren't a worldwide chain of Built-a-Beard Workshops in malls.


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I have a habit of standing directly under the ceiling fan when I take off a shirt/top/blouse. When I did it today, I stretched my arms directly up and put my hands into the rotating fan blades. My knuckles are still sore. So, thanks Cosmo.

But what I want to really blame Cosmo for is that this isn't anything new. Despite repeatedly making the same painful mistake once or twice a year for literally decades now (ever since that growth spurt between junior and senior years of high school) I still apparently can't learn the lesson not to do this! Why Cosmo, why?!


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As a kid, and a small kid to boot, I always tried to grab onto ceiling fan blades, expecting something fairly exciting, and cartoonish.

When I finally succeeded I was disappointed to find out that my fall to the floor with the broken fan blade was anything but exciting, though it was definitely cartoonish.

And lesson learned, next time I'm using a grappling hook.


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I want to thank Cosmo...I know strange...but hear me out,

When I made the last post my life was miserable on all fronts...like I was facing multiple serious problems putting me under stress and depression.

But since that post things have happened that restore my hope and I am now excited by somethings. The bad is still there but now I have some good thing to counterbalance it.

So my thinking is Cosmo in his mercy did not only ignored me but focused on some people who were...not helping things.

See Cosmo is not all bad.


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Selene Spires wrote:
See Cosmo is not all bad.

{looks to heavens nervously, shouts:} SHE DIDN'T MEAN IT! THAT WASN'T A CHALLENGE!

{dons jar as helmet, hunkers down}


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Cosmos is all bad for the fact he shot Scott Summers in the face.


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Hunt, the PugWumpus wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
See Cosmo is not all bad.

{looks to heavens nervously, shouts:} SHE DIDN'T MEAN IT! THAT WASN'T A CHALLENGE!

{dons jar as helmet, hunkers down}

*sigh*

I Blame Cosmo that Hunt has got his head stuck in a jar...AGAIN.

*goes to fetch some greasy lard and a crowbar*


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I blame Cosmo that there are still 19 class days before school gets out... I've been ready to have this year over with since Spring Break ended.


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Selene Spires wrote:

I want to thank Cosmo...I know strange...but hear me out,

When I made the last post my life was miserable on all fronts...like I was facing multiple serious problems putting me under stress and depression.

But since that post things have happened that restore my hope and I am now excited by somethings. The bad is still there but now I have some good thing to counterbalance it.

So my thinking is Cosmo in his mercy did not only ignored me but focused on some people who were...not helping things.

See Cosmo is not all bad.

That's how he throws people off.

Observer: Ah, Cos, say say Cosmo, isn't all ba-BEES! WHY?!?!?!


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Bees. My god.


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captain yesterday wrote:

As a kid, and a small kid to boot, I always tried to grab onto ceiling fan blades, expecting something fairly exciting, and cartoonish.

When I finally succeeded I was disappointed to find out that my fall to the floor with the broken fan blade was anything but exciting, though it was definitely cartoonish.

And lesson learned, next time I'm using a grappling hook.

One of the things on my bucket list is to swing across the room on a chandelier while dueling with a crowd of the Cardinal's minions. However, I know that if I did this a) the chandelier would break and b) that skewering blameless administrative staff of the Roman Catholic Church is generally frowned upon, and both of those things are Cosmo's fault.

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I blame Cosmo that we have still not located Spoiler #85 *shakes fist* "CURSE YOU LITTLE CLOWN MAN"


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I blame Cosmo for the Cyclop head shot, the ruination of Wally West and also all the damn bugs in my house.

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Thomas Seitz wrote:
I blame Cosmo for the Cyclop head shot, the ruination of Wally West and also all the damn bugs in my house.

Cosmo is Tom King? What a monster


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Well I'm more convinced that Cosmo is like Tom King's id...or a part of his mental state...


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Feros wrote:
I Blame Cosmo that after driving a tractor into a field with tall grass this morning, I was enveloped in a cloud of pollen. Therefore, I am now home on antihistamines with eyes swelling shut. Thanks a bunch, Cosmo!

I am going to Blame Cosmo for this...AGAIN. (No tractor this time, just pruning some shrubs). :p


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The visual of Cosmo camping out for you and others with a season appropriate ghillie suit and pocket pollen is highly amusing.


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I blame Cosmo that I went "Fav happy" on a Twitter account I was following, so they blocked me.


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FIREANTS! Why, Cosmo, why?

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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I blame Cosmo that I went "Fav happy" on a Twitter account I was following, so they blocked me.

Oof, been there *hugs*


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I blame Cosmo that I went "Fav happy" on a Twitter account I was following, so they blocked me.

What is wrong with people? *hugs*


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Selene Spires wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I blame Cosmo that I went "Fav happy" on a Twitter account I was following, so they blocked me.
What is wrong with people? *hugs*

This is the internet. Everything is wrong with people. Cosmo has been busy.


Selene Spires wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I blame Cosmo that I went "Fav happy" on a Twitter account I was following, so they blocked me.
What is wrong with people? *hugs*

Eh. It's my fault for breaking Twitter etiquette.


I don't see how you can break something that apparently is non-existent anyway, Slaadi...

General Willfred Thermopolae Fucundibus Silliness, III

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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I blame Cosmo that I went "Fav happy" on a Twitter account I was following, so they blocked me.
What is wrong with people? *hugs*
Eh. It's my fault for breaking Twitter etiquette.

I don't know what this term, "fav happy", actually means. Google is no help.


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General Silliness wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I blame Cosmo that I went "Fav happy" on a Twitter account I was following, so they blocked me.
What is wrong with people? *hugs*
Eh. It's my fault for breaking Twitter etiquette.
I don't know what this term, "fav happy", actually means. Google is no help.

Tacticslion.


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I blame Cosmo that Cosmo could not find an answer to his question.

Basically, I clicked the little ♡ to too many of that person's posts/comments and I had only recently started following them. I did not know that each ♥ notifies that person. I guess about two dozen notifications was their breaking point on that particular day... so, they blocked me.


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You're just making Twitter more appealing.


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I'm being sent to the Virginia office again. I'm being sent there with a primary mission of cleaning a room that 3 other people made a mess of. And the on-site technician that was there quit last year and won't be replaced. Ever.

I'm so happy that my company is a secret subsidiary of Paizo and that Cosmo has so much pull here.

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Vanykrye wrote:

I'm being sent to the Virginia office again. I'm being sent there with a primary mission of cleaning a room that 3 other people made a mess of. And the on-site technician that was there quit last year and won't be replaced. Ever.

I'm so happy that my company is a secret subsidiary of Paizo and that Cosmo has so much pull here.

... are you in IT or crime scene cleanup?


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Rysky wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:

I'm being sent to the Virginia office again. I'm being sent there with a primary mission of cleaning a room that 3 other people made a mess of. And the on-site technician that was there quit last year and won't be replaced. Ever.

I'm so happy that my company is a secret subsidiary of Paizo and that Cosmo has so much pull here.

... are you in IT or crime scene cleanup?

...

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Yes?
...

(IT, but sometimes crime scene cleanup is required as part of IT.)


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Vanykrye wrote:
(IT, but sometimes crime scene cleanup is required as part of IT.)

Figurative or literal? (Gods know I've had IT react like I created a crime scene with my efforts to "fix it myself", for which I'm happy to blame being tech-obtuse and Cosmo (for the individual problem and for making me tech-obtuse).


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I could blame Cosmo for the fact that Al Ewing just made Gamma radiation particles into Hell farts...but then again I kind of like that anyway.


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I Blame Cosmo for back pain...


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I blame Cosmo for bitey fireants.

Again!


Readerbreeder wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
(IT, but sometimes crime scene cleanup is required as part of IT.)
Figurative or literal? (Gods know I've had IT react like I created a crime scene with my efforts to "fix it myself", for which I'm happy to blame being tech-obtuse and Cosmo (for the individual problem and for making me tech-obtuse).

Mostly figurative. Mostly.

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Whelp, after finally finishing the very awesome Beyond the Pool of Stars I wanted to read it’s followup, Through the Gate in the Sea.

But someone apparently stole my copy (I’m reminded of why I stopped reading for awhile). Or I may have misplaced it somewhere but I have a case specially for the Tales novels so I don’t think that’s likely.

Regardless, I Blame Cosmo I just noticed now and have to wait for my next Subscription to get the book again.


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I blame Cosmo that my little 1st gen Nexus 7 tablet died.


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I also blame Cosmo that dinner tonight mostly sucked.


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I Blame Cosmo for the freakish behavior of the forum boards today. What's up with that?


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HUNT!!!! Turn the machine OFF!!!!! We aren't supposed to use it until you-know-what is formally releas...uh...I mean...thingy!

I Blame Cosmo for overeager pugwampis jumping the gun!


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Feros wrote:
I Blame Cosmo for the freakish behavior of the forum boards today. What's up with that?

I blame Cosmo that I was unaware of freakish behavior on the boards...

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