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Ahhh work. Huzzah


Hey, Patrick, if you have Netflix, you should check this out. The site might be helpful for you even if you don't subscribe to the movie thingies.


Treppa wrote:
Hey, Patrick, if you have Netflix, you should check this out. The site might be helpful for you even if you don't subscribe to the movie thingies.

I'll take a look, thanks :)


Ah, Work, Indeed.

"Huzzah?' Meh. To be seen. ;P

Hey, at least it's not still Monday! :)


Another day, another nap that took most of my spare time. Going to bed soon, after getting up from bed less than hour ago.


Morning, again?

Uh, ok, ok, I am getting up...

Where is my tea...


Back at work as well. Another long night


Back from work... Will I manage to write anything before crashing down?

Oooh! Shiny!
Turns on some games


Crap, either a narrow part of the filling from the side fell off... Or a piece of tooth that was on that side.


Teeth falling apart in pieces is my old (literal) nightmare...


And the next dentist visit is scheduled in 13 days...


Drejk wrote:
Teeth falling apart in pieces is my old (literal) nightmare...

i had that nightmare too. It is usually a sign of stress, according to the dream books I read.


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Drejk wrote:

Morning, again?

Uh, ok, ok, I am getting up...

Where is my tea...

Wait, didn't we JUST have one of those yesterday?!

Blasted things keep sneaking up on me!

I've had my tea.

And my coffee.

Need more coffee. :P


Still working ... :/

I had an odd dream last night. I was looking at a decoupage map of an old medieval country/duchy that had been subsumed into some Eastern European country, or possibly Russia. It was called Gospodin. In my dream it had an anthem I was listening to, that was very majestic with a real sturm und drang Wagnerian beat to it.

Looking up the word online it turns out to be an honorific in Russian. I'm not sure where my subconscious found that tidbit. I certainly don't recall knowing it.


That's happened to me before, too. Not "Gospodin", but some word or phrase shows up in my dreams and I have no idea where it came from.

Silver Crusade

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Ugh. Filler words.

I'm listening to a webinar, and this guy says "you know" at least once per sentence. Often two or three times.

Have you ever noticed that once you identify someone's favorite filler, it begins jumping out at you and you cannot manage to ignore it?

It's a dry presentation to begin with, and all the "you know" jumping out at me doesn't help.


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Gospoda in Polish is a common word during a typical rpg session: it mean "inn".

Gospodarz means "host", "landlord", and "farmer" (especially when referring to a wealthy one).


I suffer from an anxiety disorder, and today I'm completely filled with a large amount of apprehension and worry. I know that anxiety can be triggered by nothing at all, but I just have this overwhelming feeling of dread. Maybe the asteroid is coming.


Recently I had a few dreams about nuclear strikes...


Freehold DM wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Teeth falling apart in pieces is my old (literal) nightmare...
i had that nightmare too. It is usually a sign of stress, according to the dream books I read.

The issue here, it's no longer dream... It became reality :(


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Celestial Healer wrote:

Ugh. Filler words.

I'm listening to a webinar, and this guy says "you know" at least once per sentence. Often two or three times.

Have you ever noticed that once you identify someone's favorite filler, it begins jumping out at you and you cannot manage to ignore it?

It's a dry presentation to begin with, and all the "you know" jumping out at me doesn't help.

You know, you might just be right.


Why It Sucks to Be a Male Hyena


I only have a few minutes of time left on my Hotspot. Will try to post for several hours at a time from my local library from now until Monday. Good night everyone.


Good night John.


Drejk wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Teeth falling apart in pieces is my old (literal) nightmare...
i had that nightmare too. It is usually a sign of stress, according to the dream books I read.
The issue here, it's no longer dream... It became reality :(

Nothing worse than your anxiety dream coming true. Mine was water dripping from the ceiling. When it actually happened in my house I was horrified


Drejk wrote:

Gospoda in Polish is a common word during a typical rpg session: it mean "inn".

Gospodarz means "host", "landlord", and "farmer" (especially when referring to a wealthy one).

From what I read 'Gospodin' in Russian is a very archaic 'Sir', or even 'My Lord' sort of greeting. It fell out of usage after the October Revolution because of it's classist connotations. Then it went to 'comrade'

I still don't know where I heard it. Or how I came up with an anthem I was listening to in a library while studying an old map made of various bits of paper.

Gospodin!
Gospodin!
Our hearts yearn for thee!
Land of our fathers!
Land of our blood!

...Well something similar.


DungeonmasterCal wrote:
I suffer from an anxiety disorder, and today I'm completely filled with a large amount of apprehension and worry. I know that anxiety can be triggered by nothing at all, but I just have this overwhelming feeling of dread. Maybe the asteroid is coming.

I hope the feeling lessens for you.


Drejk wrote:
Recently I had a few dreams about nuclear strikes...

Ugh. Been there. Those are no fun


Hail, Hail Freedonia! Land of the Brave and Free!!

Gods, I love the Marx Brothers.


Exciting times as I await a VIP party's arrival


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Recently I had a few dreams about nuclear strikes...
Ugh. Been there. Those are no fun

Fallout fans would beg to differ.


gran rey de los mono wrote:

Hail, Hail Freedonia! Land of the Brave and Free!!

Gods, I love the Marx Brothers.

YES!

That is all. :)


The Game Hamster wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Recently I had a few dreams about nuclear strikes...
Ugh. Been there. Those are no fun
Fallout fans would beg to differ.

Nope.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Drejk wrote:

Gospoda in Polish is a common word during a typical rpg session: it mean "inn".

Gospodarz means "host", "landlord", and "farmer" (especially when referring to a wealthy one).

From what I read 'Gospodin' in Russian is a very archaic 'Sir', or even 'My Lord' sort of greeting. It fell out of usage after the October Revolution because of it's classist connotations. Then it went to 'comrade'

I still don't know where I heard it. Or how I came up with an anthem I was listening to in a library while studying an old map made of various bits of paper.

Gospodin!
Gospodin!
Our hearts yearn for thee!
Land of our fathers!
Land of our blood!

...Well something similar.

It is. Some forms (I think Czech and/or Ukrainian) might be "hospodin" instead of "gospodin".

I just wonder if it is the same root at it, or coincidence. Probably those words are related.

Also, apparently "hospoda" in Czech has similar meaning to Polish "gospoda".


Perhaps also the English 'hospitality' and 'hospital' are also derived from the same ancestral Indo-European root


Hmm. It seems my guess was correct:

ghos-pot or 'guest-master' is the root of them all


*trashes through the thread spilling flame from his nostrils and kicking things around*

<.<

>.>

Don't mind me, it's political...


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Chester Bennington died today.

I still listen to Hybrid Theory and Meteora quite often. Such a tragedy for such a young gifted man to lose the battle with his demons


It's pretty much hurting me to think he's no longer with us...


Fermi Paradox Great Filters: Rare Earth - Isaac Arthur


Quiet day. My power was off for several hours. Some of the local power lines caught on fire.


Aaaaand off to work


Another day, another morning, another wake up...


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Yup, that's how it works. Unless you're dead. I prefer waking.


And I have to wash myself before going out... Meh.


Treppa wrote:
Yup, that's how it works. Unless you're dead. I prefer waking.

Waking>Not waking

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Patrick Curtin wrote:

Chester Bennington died today.

I still listen to Hybrid Theory and Meteora quite often. Such a tragedy for such a young gifted man to lose the battle with his demons

Very sad.

Yeah, I was just listening to those recently, a few weekends ago after having not for a while.


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I just picked up the H. Beam Piper megapack for a dollar. It has been ages since I have read his books and I know I missed a few.


~looks through the suggestions~ Must not buy any more until I read what I have. Must not buy any more until I read what I have. Must not buy any more until I read what I have!!!


Sharoth wrote:
I just picked up the H. Beam Piper megapack for a dollar. It has been ages since I have read his books and I know I missed a few.

HBP is one of my childhood favorites

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