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Silver Crusade

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David M Mallon wrote:
Rysky wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:

Another knee-slapper:

"Must have minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience designing outstanding work have and be part of a design team"

Oh oh oh have you seen any that are like "Must have minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience with [1 year old software]"?
"Minimum 1 year experience with Adobe Creative Cloud" [released 2 months ago]

Ha!

This is SO relevant right now.


Treppa wrote:
We are a snarky people.

Us? Snarky?!


Treppa wrote:
We are a snarky people.

ACH! That we are lassie!


Wait...

Who you call people?!

Should we feel offended?!


Well, substitute bus run finished.

You know what? I learned something today. When a student says they know the route, don't expect that they know the route. Because kids like to think they got it down, when in fact... Not so much. Also, if you drive a school bus in torrential tropical rain, your gonna have a bad time


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Treppa wrote:

Soon the East Coast will have a new superhero...

...Flounder Man!

Motto: Even worse than Aquaman!

Will his eyes shift so that they are both on the same side of his face?

yup


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Kajehase wrote:

Flounderman, Flounderman

Does whatever a flounder can
Stays real close to the ground
He means well but is a bit s*%+e
Watch out, here comes Flounderman.

Nice song. Stick to cooking


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Nah, it's my brother who's the Swedish chef.


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Kajehase wrote:
Nah, it's my brother who's the Swedish chef.

<Psuedo-Swedish Accent> Mmmm BORK! BORK! BORK!</Psuedo-Swedish Accent>

:D


Back guarding the science stuffs. This ought to be good


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Ragadolf wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Nah, it's my brother who's the Swedish chef.

<Psuedo-Swedish Accent> Mmmm BORK! BORK! BORK!</Psuedo-Swedish Accent>

:D

Herp derp, etc.


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Turns out the Chef isn't Swedish, and it pisses the Swedes off


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Not even human, for that matter.


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The stillness of a 3am watch. The hum of refigerators packed with deep-sea samples and the gentle patter of rain on the Seventies-style plate-glass windows.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
The stillness of a 3am watch. The hum of refigerators packed with deep-sea samples and the gentle patter of rain on the Seventies-style plate-glass windows.

Now turn that into Haiku.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
The stillness of a 3am watch. The hum of refigerators packed with deep-sea samples and the gentle patter of rain on the Seventies-style plate-glass windows.

You are a lot nicer than I am. I am usually cursing and wondering why the <blank> am I up at this ungodly hour. Then my wallet tells me to shut up and work.


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~LAUGHTER~


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Sharoth wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
The stillness of a 3am watch. The hum of refigerators packed with deep-sea samples and the gentle patter of rain on the Seventies-style plate-glass windows.
Now turn that into Haiku.

Stillness at my post

Gentle hums and gentle rain
Galaxies in glass


Sharoth wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
The stillness of a 3am watch. The hum of refigerators packed with deep-sea samples and the gentle patter of rain on the Seventies-style plate-glass windows.
You are a lot nicer than I am. I am usually cursing and wondering why the <blank> am I up at this ungodly hour. Then my wallet tells me to shut up and work.

Happiness can be achieved in any situation. I needed to be reminded of this earlier, as I lost my equilibrium. But, I am calm and centered once again. And 4 am isn't so bad. It has a certain quiet dignity that the daytime lacks.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
The stillness of a 3am watch. The hum of refigerators packed with deep-sea samples and the gentle patter of rain on the Seventies-style plate-glass windows.
You are a lot nicer than I am. I am usually cursing and wondering why the <blank> am I up at this ungodly hour. Then my wallet tells me to shut up and work.
Happiness can be achieved in any situation. I needed to be reminded of this earlier, as I lost my equilibrium. But, I am calm and centered once again. And 4 am isn't so bad. It has a certain quiet dignity that the daytime lacks.

~shrugs~ Oh, I agree. But I am not a nice person when I am tired. I am glad that at least one of us has gotten there.


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There was a time when 4am would be a whirl of activity as I baked the output of two coffee shops. Precisely timing oven after oven of baked goods to go out while prepping coffee and serving the first few early birds.

Compared to that, sitting at a darkened desk and waiting for dawn while typing is sheer bliss.


Sharoth wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
The stillness of a 3am watch. The hum of refigerators packed with deep-sea samples and the gentle patter of rain on the Seventies-style plate-glass windows.
You are a lot nicer than I am. I am usually cursing and wondering why the <blank> am I up at this ungodly hour. Then my wallet tells me to shut up and work.
Happiness can be achieved in any situation. I needed to be reminded of this earlier, as I lost my equilibrium. But, I am calm and centered once again. And 4 am isn't so bad. It has a certain quiet dignity that the daytime lacks.
~shrugs~ Oh, I agree. But I am not a nice person when I am tired. I am glad that at least one of us has gotten there.

Oh I feel you. I am rather tired myself. Probably why I allowed myself to get annoyed over nothing earlier. But, I find that annoyance and anger are usually irrelevant emotions. Especially when directed at someone I will never meet personally. Better off chalking it up to learning and driving on.


My 3 am consists of a spoiled dog taking up the lower half of the bed so I can't sleep.

This is why I never let her sleep on my bed when she was mine. That, and I'm allergic.

*WA-CHOOOOO!*


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I gave up and got up to work. 10 minutes later, she followed me into the office and is now lying on the bed in here, snoring while I work.

It's a dog's life.


Indeed it is. Indeed it is


Dank


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
The stillness of a 3am watch. The hum of refigerators packed with deep-sea samples and the gentle patter of rain on the Seventies-style plate-glass windows.
You are a lot nicer than I am. I am usually cursing and wondering why the <blank> am I up at this ungodly hour. Then my wallet tells me to shut up and work.
Happiness can be achieved in any situation. I needed to be reminded of this earlier, as I lost my equilibrium. But, I am calm and centered once again. And 4 am isn't so bad. It has a certain quiet dignity that the daytime lacks.

Maybe not ANY situation. Back when I was between good jobs I took a job as a corporate cleaning crew... there was a lab on site... I am not sure WHAT they were researching but it was in bio hazard bags and smelled worse than anything I had ever smelled before. Puke was like flowers in comparison. And yes I had to clean that restroom after puking my first day on the job. The worst part was my boss told me to just toss those bio hazard bags into the dumpster, shouldn't there be a hazmat team disposing of that stuff?! Not some new hire being told to just toss it in the garbage with only rubber gloves between her and certain death.

Yeah I didn't stay at that job long. No happiness there.


External forces can cause unhappiness, certainly. But, if you find yourself in that situation, then you must endeavor to change the parameters. Asmodeus knows I've had to before

Scarab Sages

That's why I always make sure my beer fridge is well stocked.


Sharoth wrote:
~LAUGHTER~

When can we expect appearance of anti-bird drones?

That arms race can't end well...

Silver Crusade

Morning, all. What did I miss?


Aranna wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
The stillness of a 3am watch. The hum of refigerators packed with deep-sea samples and the gentle patter of rain on the Seventies-style plate-glass windows.
You are a lot nicer than I am. I am usually cursing and wondering why the <blank> am I up at this ungodly hour. Then my wallet tells me to shut up and work.
Happiness can be achieved in any situation. I needed to be reminded of this earlier, as I lost my equilibrium. But, I am calm and centered once again. And 4 am isn't so bad. It has a certain quiet dignity that the daytime lacks.

Maybe not ANY situation. Back when I was between good jobs I took a job as a corporate cleaning crew... there was a lab on site... I am not sure WHAT they were researching but it was in bio hazard bags and smelled worse than anything I had ever smelled before. Puke was like flowers in comparison. And yes I had to clean that restroom after puking my first day on the job. The worst part was my boss told me to just toss those bio hazard bags into the dumpster, shouldn't there be a hazmat team disposing of that stuff?! Not some new hire being told to just toss it in the garbage with only rubber gloves between her and certain death.

Yeah I didn't stay at that job long. No happiness there.

So... I take it they're hiring?


Where's Vomit Guy when you need him?


Yes David they are always hiring. Nobody seems to think that is their dream job... Well maybe vomit guy?


Aranna wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
The stillness of a 3am watch. The hum of refigerators packed with deep-sea samples and the gentle patter of rain on the Seventies-style plate-glass windows.
You are a lot nicer than I am. I am usually cursing and wondering why the <blank> am I up at this ungodly hour. Then my wallet tells me to shut up and work.
Happiness can be achieved in any situation. I needed to be reminded of this earlier, as I lost my equilibrium. But, I am calm and centered once again. And 4 am isn't so bad. It has a certain quiet dignity that the daytime lacks.

Maybe not ANY situation. Back when I was between good jobs I took a job as a corporate cleaning crew... there was a lab on site... I am not sure WHAT they were researching but it was in bio hazard bags and smelled worse than anything I had ever smelled before. Puke was like flowers in comparison. And yes I had to clean that restroom after puking my first day on the job. The worst part was my boss told me to just toss those bio hazard bags into the dumpster, shouldn't there be a hazmat team disposing of that stuff?! Not some new hire being told to just toss it in the garbage with only rubber gloves between her and certain death.

Yeah I didn't stay at that job long. No happiness there.

O_o

Really?!?

A coworker at the old AV company once almost got fired, because he picked up an (empty & unused) Biohazard bag from a job site, deciding to use it to carry electrical cables in rather than lug them individually as the rest of us were doing. When we were unpacking cases at the wharehouse and that bag appeared, the bosses flipped out.

Turns out there are laws regarding the procedures for disposing of a biohazard bag. Even if supposedly unused. To 'protect us' from mistakenly presuming that an empty bag is harmless I suppose?

Having that reaction from a place with actual biohazard?!?!

Yeah,... new job time. Even if you adore the sweet smell of puke & biowaste. :P


Aranna wrote:
Yes David they are always hiring. Nobody seems to think that is their dream job... Well maybe vomit guy?

SOUND GLOFFY... THEY COUNT BAGS?


Ragadolf wrote:

OK, am I really dating myself THAT much if I ask 'Does anyone else remember the 'Condorman' movie from Disney? :/

CONDORMAN!

Probably. Yes. :/

(EDIT- DOn't judge me! It was a great/hysterical movie! Um, When I was 14 or so?) :P

l

I remember him from TV

Scarab Sages

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Celestial Healer wrote:
Morning, all. What did I miss?

Well, Sid and Nancy finally decided to take the plunge, and began plotting their trip to Niagara Falls. Meanwhile, in an effort to better work his ten different jobs, Patrick sought help from the Roslin Institute in Scotland. Across town, Max and Gary were stuck in a terrible traffic jam after several enraged pigeons managed to set fire to.....NO, WAIT! That's my soap opera!


Id Vicious wrote:
Where's Vomit Guy when you need him?

SPLOOOOOORRRRRTCH?


Answer to 10 out of Owen's 100 questions.


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Aberzombie wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Morning, all. What did I miss?
Well, Sid and Nancy finally decided to take the plunge, and began plotting their trip to Niagara Falls. Meanwhile, in an effort to better work his ten different jobs, Patrick sought help from the Roslin Institute in Scotland. Across town, Max and Gary were stuck in a terrible traffic jam after several enraged pigeons managed to set fire to.....NO, WAIT! That's my soap opera!

SOAP OPERA!!!! SOAP OPERA!!!11!! SOap opera is back


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aeglos wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Morning, all. What did I miss?
Well, Sid and Nancy finally decided to take the plunge, and began plotting their trip to Niagara Falls. Meanwhile, in an effort to better work his ten different jobs, Patrick sought help from the Roslin Institute in Scotland. Across town, Max and Gary were stuck in a terrible traffic jam after several enraged pigeons managed to set fire to.....NO, WAIT! That's my soap opera!
SOAP OPERA!!!! SOAP OPERA!!!11!! SOap opera is back

Yay! And Vomit Guy too!


Well, it seems the radical temperature swings have left me sick today. I decided to take a day off from class. I of course emailed my professor 8 hours in advance because that's the kind of suck up I've become in my old age.

It was nice to spend some quality time with the pups. I'm going to take them for a walk, although with my feeling junky and the near-tropical heat and humidity here it will perforce be a quick one.


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Idiot moment of the day: mentally combining the films Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome and Mad Max: Fury Road into Mad Max: Thunder Road. That must be the one starring Bruce Springsteen, I guess.


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The highways jammed with broken heroes
On a last chance power drive

Sounds legit.


Spaghetti sauce made. So that's dinner for the next two weeks


Hey


I just noticed


Looks like this thread is...


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