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Space-Time Crystal

Scarab Sages

aeglos wrote:

baby girl is putting on weight good

boy is still in love with her

my wive has already here - before pregnancy weight and figure - I don't know how she does this

I remember mine was able to shed weight pretty quickly after each kid. She used the magic of the boob juice.


Is it only tuesday??!?!?!?!?!

I feels like Friday!

(I'm glad it's not, major load in for Sweeney friday afternoon, and I'm not ready yet.) ;P

More. Coffee.

That is all. :)


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More Coffee is the solution to all of life's problems.

:)


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Why drink coffee when you could drink tea?

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Ragadolf wrote:

Is it only tuesday??!?!?!?!?!

Unfortunately.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Why drink coffee when you could drink tea?

Why drink tea when you could drink scotch?


That was without a doubt some of the heaviest snow I have ever shoveled. Wow.


Feros wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Why drink coffee when you could drink tea?
Why drink tea when you could drink scotch?

Why drink scotch when you can drink s&**ty Canadian pilsner?


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David M Mallon wrote:
Feros wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Why drink coffee when you could drink tea?
Why drink tea when you could drink scotch?
Why drink scotch when you can drink s%!@ty Canadian pilsner?

...

Doesn't that question answer itself?


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David M Mallon wrote:
Feros wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Why drink coffee when you could drink tea?
Why drink tea when you could drink scotch?
Why drink scotch when you can drink s+~$ty Canadian pilsner?

Why drink sh!tty Canadian pilsner when you can drink water?


Ugh. Coastal flooding. The bane of a marine research facility

Scarab Sages

Patrick Curtin wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Feros wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Why drink coffee when you could drink tea?
Why drink tea when you could drink scotch?
Why drink scotch when you can drink s+~$ty Canadian pilsner?
Why drink sh!tty Canadian pilsner when you can drink water?

Why drink any of that when you can drink mead you made yourself?


walks in, teasingly ready to fall over. Prominently displays udder ready for milking and winks.

Moo!

Why not milk straight from the cow.

Moo!


Gladly.


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I'll stay with tea, thank you very much.

*goes to kitchen to put (electric) kettle on*


Drejk wrote:

I'll stay with tea, thank you very much.

*goes to kitchen to put (electric) kettle on*

I have one of those now!!!


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I have been officially registered as a GM in the RPG department for this year's Tekko. I'll print it out the weekend before the show.


John Napier 698 wrote:
I have been officially registered as a GM in the RPG department for this year's Tekko. I'll print it out the weekend before the show.

Cool, Gratz!


FYI Treeforters. In a few days I will be Recruiting for a high level Second Darkness AP where the players will be Vampires.

We will be starting at the end of Book 3 (more as background than actual play) and the game will commence in full at the beginning of Book 4 in the Darklands. A link to my Recruitment thread is in my profile.


I hope that everyone is doing well tonight.


Ragadolf wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
I have been officially registered as a GM in the RPG department for this year's Tekko. I'll print it out the weekend before the show.
Cool, Gratz!

This will be my fifth year as a GM. Wow, 2012. My how time flies.


Another day, another overnight. My new normal...


Morning has broken
Like the first morning
blackbird has spoken
like the first bird

The early bird gets the earworm ...


Morning,... already?!?

Dang. I HATE it when it sneaks up on me like that! :/


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Must.

Have.

More.

Coffee.

N.O.W.

Scarab Sages

That's a good idea. Cup #3, here I come!


16 hour shift le sigh


~laughter~ Somebody near where I work is a Fallout fan. They named their network "Vault 101".


Le Sigh indeed.

I am tired. (Probably not quite as tired as a certain monkey, yet.) ;P

I am sore, I am listening to middle school bands compete on my stage, waiting for them to finish so I can get to work.

At 3 ish we kick them out, and I start loading in Sweeney Todd. Finally.
It is going to be a long load in.
And Tech.
And Rehearsals.
And Shows,.... :/

WHY do I do this to myself again? Oh yes, I like being in shows. :)

Just not the ones I also have to Tech Direct. :/

Yeah, I know.
'The right to b!t@h is paramount to survival, but no whining allowed.'

I'm dangerously close right now to crossing the line.
Must be time for more coffee! :)

See you all in a week! :P


Good luck, and don't work any harder than necessary. :)


Good luck, Ragadolf!


John Napier 698 wrote:
Good luck, and don't work any harder than necessary. :)

LOL! I never do! ;) (Well, I TRY not to!) ;P

I'll do my best. But SOMEone has to do the work, and my student workers are a lot of no-shows recently.

Yes. Conversations will be had. But AFTER I get through the fun stuff of the next couple of days. :P

Everyone drink a Cider for me this weekend! I'll have to catch up after the show I think. (I'll DESERVE one by then! A lot more than one, certainly!) ;)


Just set up my Imgur account. I'll be posting links to the photos that I'll be taking at this year's Tekko.


Ragadolf wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Good luck, and don't work any harder than necessary. :)

LOL! I never do! ;) (Well, I TRY not to!) ;P

I'll do my best. But SOMEone has to do the work, and my student workers are a lot of no-shows recently.

Yes. Conversations will be had. But AFTER I get through the fun stuff of the next couple of days. :P

Everyone drink a Cider for me this weekend! I'll have to catch up after the show I think. (I'll DESERVE one by then! A lot more than one, certainly!) ;)

Just finished sipping a shot glass of Amaretto, just for you, retroactively. :)


John Napier 698 wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Good luck, and don't work any harder than necessary. :)

LOL! I never do! ;) (Well, I TRY not to!) ;P

I'll do my best. But SOMEone has to do the work, and my student workers are a lot of no-shows recently.

Yes. Conversations will be had. But AFTER I get through the fun stuff of the next couple of days. :P

Everyone drink a Cider for me this weekend! I'll have to catch up after the show I think. (I'll DESERVE one by then! A lot more than one, certainly!) ;)

Just finished sipping a shot glass of Amaretto, just for you, retroactively. :)

That'll work too!

Hm. I feel better already. :)


Cheers! :)

Silver Crusade

Ragadolf wrote:

Le Sigh indeed.

I am tired. (Probably not quite as tired as a certain monkey, yet.) ;P

I am sore, I am listening to middle school bands compete on my stage, waiting for them to finish so I can get to work.

At 3 ish we kick them out, and I start loading in Sweeney Todd. Finally.
It is going to be a long load in.
And Tech.
And Rehearsals.
And Shows,.... :/

WHY do I do this to myself again? Oh yes, I like being in shows. :)

Just not the ones I also have to Tech Direct. :/

Yeah, I know.
'The right to b!t@h is paramount to survival, but no whining allowed.'

I'm dangerously close right now to crossing the line.
Must be time for more coffee! :)

See you all in a week! :P

Wait, are you in the cast AND tech directing? How is that possible? I am picturing someone onstage performing while giving lighting cues into a headset...


That may very well be the case.


Well, new schedule at the hospital out, and no shifts for monkey....

*sigh*.

Always something to deal with.

Good thing I have two other jobs.


Celestial Healer wrote:


Wait, are you in the cast AND tech directing? How is that possible? I am picturing someone onstage performing while giving lighting cues into a headset...

LOL,...

Yeah, no. I am crazy. Not Stupid. :/ (At least not that stupid!)
I ALMOST ended up having to do that once. ONCE.

No, I am the Tech Director for the facility, so I am doing all of the set up, making sure lighting sound, etc, works, and designing the lights and writing the light cues. I am also in the Ensemble.

I am NOT calling the show. That is the Stage Managers job. :)
(In my usual course of work, for rentals and such, I end up calling the show. BUT I am not IN those shows.) :)


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Hm. "Student workers." Volunteers?

"I want to thank all of the student volunteers who didn't show up, leaving me to do all the set-up work by myself. Thanks ever so much."

Sheesh. :=/


Ah, no my student workers are actually paid. (Poorly, but they ARE paid!)

Which is why I REALLY get ticked when none decide to show up.

My next email will read something like,

"I'd like to thank all 2 of the workers who showed up to help for Sweeney. I'd also like to remind all of those who did NOT show up not to be upset when (favorite renter, who rents 3 times a year, they get paid all day each day for a week, and renter provides food) comes back and none of you get any hours that week."
:)


I should be writing to get money to get food... and I feel headache encroaching (not because of writing, the weather gets rainy). *sigh*


Ragadolf wrote:

Ah, no my student workers are actually paid. (Poorly, but they ARE paid!)

Which is why I REALLY get ticked when none decide to show up.

My next email will read something like,

"I'd like to thank all 2 of the workers who showed up to help for Sweeney. I'd also like to remind all of those who did NOT show up not to be upset when (favorite renter, who rents 3 times a year, they get paid all day each day for a week, and renter provides food) comes back and none of you get any hours that week."
:)

Which is why I decline to be a supervisor of any sort. I'm losing enough hair as it is. :)


John Napier 698 wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:

Ah, no my student workers are actually paid. (Poorly, but they ARE paid!)

Which is why I REALLY get ticked when none decide to show up.

My next email will read something like,

"I'd like to thank all 2 of the workers who showed up to help for Sweeney. I'd also like to remind all of those who did NOT show up not to be upset when (favorite renter, who rents 3 times a year, they get paid all day each day for a week, and renter provides food) comes back and none of you get any hours that week."
:)

Which is why I decline to be a supervisor of any sort. I'm losing enough hair as it is. :)

Agreed, my official title is Tax Manager but all I manage is my own work load. Makes it much easier to get things done when I know I can only rely on myself!

Silver Crusade

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As a side note, Ragadolf, being in Sweeney was my favorite production ever. Even though I was Signor Pirelli and had to spend 15 minutes stuffed in a trunk onstage.

Silver Crusade

Storyteller Shadow wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:

Ah, no my student workers are actually paid. (Poorly, but they ARE paid!)

Which is why I REALLY get ticked when none decide to show up.

My next email will read something like,

"I'd like to thank all 2 of the workers who showed up to help for Sweeney. I'd also like to remind all of those who did NOT show up not to be upset when (favorite renter, who rents 3 times a year, they get paid all day each day for a week, and renter provides food) comes back and none of you get any hours that week."
:)

Which is why I decline to be a supervisor of any sort. I'm losing enough hair as it is. :)
Agreed, my official title is Tax Manager but all I manage is my own work load. Makes it much easier to get things done when I know I can only rely on myself!

I don't know. I am a little annoyed sometimes that I am a "sort of" supervisor. Like when I need to give some of my so-called "subordinates" something to do but the actual manager said have given them something else.


hi everyone


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Celestial Healer wrote:
... and [I] had to spend 15 minutes stuffed in a trunk onstage.

o_O

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