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aeglos wrote:
hi everyone

AEGLOS!!!!


Confused murmurings as the crowd shifts their clothing back rightside


Working again. Good news is I have tomorrow off. Or at least I do for now


You never know what tomorrow will bring


One thing I'm doing tonight is remembering that Adobe Photoshop dagnabbit


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Treppa wrote:
So the finger is doing well...ish. Not infected, anyway, though the X-ray still makes the surgeon cringe.

Ahhh, the pin. I remember the pin.

*shudders*

My sympathies.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
The real question is why anybody still lives in Florida.

C̜̫̼̻̞͜͞o̷͔̜̯̕m̡̲͕͡e̷̱ ̱̗̰̥j̮̫͚̘̘̘̮̬o̜̼̯̙͞ì͍̖͎̲̹̼͎͠n͓̙̼̳̝͝ ̛͓͍͈͓͓u̻̤͖̞̭̲̘͠s͏҉̺̳̭,̭͖̳̖̥͇ ̡̝̫͈̗̟C͓̘͇͈̰͍̟͈̩͜͡H̸̹͘͠,̥͇͔͞ ͓͔̘̯͖̗́͝ͅc̛̳̰̰̹͍̻͉̺̬ó̶͎͈̳͚̥͇m͖̠͔̳̳͇̯̮̩͘͝e̢̘̯̟̣̕ ̢͕̲͍j̴̨͏̗̲o̵̧̦̺̻̯͓̞̮í̡̯͚̯̞͕n̴̢̧̖̞̖ ̶̷̨͉̜̼̗̦̠u̸̳͍ş̸͇̤̪̘.̡̛̪̗̦̹͈͎͍͡


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Celestial Healer wrote:
The real question is why anybody still lives in Florida.

Obviously to get on the ground floor (so to speak) of the next Venice! Imagine how the property values will inflate when it's all canals and bridges!


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Treppa wrote:
So the finger is doing well...ish. Not infected, anyway, though the X-ray still makes the surgeon cringe.

why...do you have a hook coming out of your finger? Is that some type of short range weaponry? A kinky prong for intimate games of torture?

Silver Crusade

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Go go gadget Treppa!


Um,... Owie?

Also,
<Hums Inspector Gadget Theme Song>
;)


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
The real question is why anybody still lives in Florida.
C̜̫̼̻̞͜͞o̷͔̜̯̕m̡̲͕͡e̷̱ ̱̗̰̥j̮̫͚̘̘̘̮̬o̜̼̯̙͞ì͍̖͎̲̹̼͎͠n͓̙̼̳̝͝ ̛͓͍͈͓͓u̻̤͖̞̭̲̘͠s͏҉̺̳̭,̭͖̳̖̥͇ ̡̝̫͈̗̟C͓̘͇͈̰͍̟͈̩͜͡H̸̹͘͠,̥͇͔͞ ͓͔̘̯͖̗́͝ͅc̛̳̰̰̹͍̻͉̺̬ó̶͎͈̳͚̥͇m͖̠͔̳̳͇̯̮̩͘͝e̢̘̯̟̣̕ ̢͕̲͍j̴̨͏̗̲o̵̧̦̺̻̯͓̞̮í̡̯͚̯̞͕n̴̢̧̖̞̖ ̶̷̨͉̜̼̗̦̠u̸̳͍ş̸͇̤̪̘.̡̛̪̗̦̹͈͎͍͡

Down here we all float


Oh I am so ready to turn in for the night


Turn into what?

(Sorry, couldn't resist!) ;P

Yeah, I'm tired too.

Yesterday wife was driving daughter to her math tutor session (yes, over the summer. It's that bad) and the @$$hat in the next lane was driving in both lanes. So my wife swerved to side to not get hit, and ran into curb. Hard. bent the STEEL RIM of her tire.
So, repair rim, + new tire,...

Sheesh. It never ends. ;P


Ragadolf wrote:

Turn into what?

(Sorry, couldn't resist!) ;P

Yeah, I'm tired too.

Yesterday wife was driving daughter to her math tutor session (yes, over the summer. It's that bad) and the @$$hat in the next lane was driving in both lanes. So my wife swerved to side to not get hit, and ran into curb. Hard. bent the STEEL RIM of her tire.
So, repair rim, + new tire,...

Sheesh. It never ends. ;P

OUCH! Yea. That sucks. I hit a pothole and did that to both of my front tires. Replacing the rims was not fun.


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Hope your axle wasn't damaged too, Rags. Yikes. At least nobody was hurt.

And no ouchies about fingers. That's the point of pinning it - so it stops flopping around and hurting. It feels much better! Really!

Freehold wrote:
why...do you have a hook coming out of your finger? Is that some type of short range weaponry? A kinky prong for intimate games of torture?

It's a really expensive paperclip dispenser. Hurts like heck when I need a paperclip, too. But my office efficiency is tripled!


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Driving home tonight, I passed a bank time/temp sign that read "155°F". The air felt really comfortable. Guess I'm adapting to this global warming stuff better than expected.


If the temp is 155 deg I better be in a sauna sheeesh.


GOOD MORNING TREEFORNAM!!!!!


Another gorgeous day on the overpriced sandbar. Time to scout out a tourist-free walking area and let my dogs explore for a bit. Then a few chores and time to pick up my check! :D


Another day with 5 1/2 hours sleep too. I feel great, I woke up on my own, and I even lazed in bed for an extra hour to see if I needed any extra sleep. Nope. It still kind of weirds me out. Has it always been like this? I guess I had no method of measuring it and just assumed I was getting eight in


And just got a call to run some kids home in the afternoon! #winning

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Celestial Healer wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Why does an inhabited barrier island have such crappy drainage? Also, if drainage is such a recurrent problem, especially when said island is subject to regular thunderstorms and frequent tropical storms/hurricanes, why don't said inhabitants do something(s) to improve the drainage? Yes, living in stilt homes helps those particular inhabitants, but what do you do when most of the roads are underwater/washing away and the septic fields & sewer systems are both too waterlogged to operate properly? Knowing all this, why doesn't everyone drive Subarus and other AWD vehicles? I miss my Subaru. [/Rant]
The real question is why anybody still lives in Florida.

No income tax?

Besides, you're from NY, it's almost a requirement that you retire down there eventually.


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When you do, if you find a cocoon, don't tell anyone else, they'll just be selfish dicks, and then you'll have to leave earth... on second thought... leaving earth does sound pretty good right now...


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Sharoth wrote:


Sheesh. It never ends. ;P

OUCH! Yea. That sucks. I hit a pothole and did that to both of my front tires. Replacing the rims was not fun.

Yes,

The bad news? it bent a STEEL rim!
The good news? It is a steel rim, so much cheaper/easier to hammer back into shape.

Didn't even THINK about the axle! <Facepalm> And I'm not mentioning that to the Wizard's wife! Cuz she's a worry-wort, and I am NOT giving her something else to stress over! (Besides, I can't afford a new axle anyway, so moot point!) ;)

I drove her car after replacing the repaired rim/new tire. It seems fine. Didn't notice any alignment trouble. (I stopped the car at a stop light with my hands not holding the wheel. Smooth stop, no twists of the wheel, and it's not a perfectly level road!) :)

Knock on wood!
<Raps himself on the head>


Treppa wrote:
Driving home tonight, I passed a bank time/temp sign that read "155°F". The air felt really comfortable. Guess I'm adapting to this global warming stuff better than expected.

Freehold would cease to exist in such temperatures.


Callous Jack wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Why does an inhabited barrier island have such crappy drainage? Also, if drainage is such a recurrent problem, especially when said island is subject to regular thunderstorms and frequent tropical storms/hurricanes, why don't said inhabitants do something(s) to improve the drainage? Yes, living in stilt homes helps those particular inhabitants, but what do you do when most of the roads are underwater/washing away and the septic fields & sewer systems are both too waterlogged to operate properly? Knowing all this, why doesn't everyone drive Subarus and other AWD vehicles? I miss my Subaru. [/Rant]
The real question is why anybody still lives in Florida.

No income tax?

Besides, you're from NY, it's almost a requirement that you retire down there eventually.

Never. I would rather work myself into an early grave than retire in a place with temperatures that go above 70 degrees regularly.


ANIMENEXT HAS BEGUN WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO


captain yesterday wrote:
When you do, if you find a cocoon, don't tell anyone else, they'll just be selfish dicks, and then you'll have to leave earth... on second thought... leaving earth does sound pretty good right now...

No Italian food! Makes me fart!


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Callous Jack wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
The real question is why anybody still lives in Florida.

No income tax?

Besides, you're from NY, it's almost a requirement that you retire down there eventually.

S̺o͏̖̻̞̹o͍̫͖͕̜̙̻ņ̩̝͓̩̦̼,̤̜̺̳̺ ̻̘̩̟͈͉C̬H̛̬̼͖̬͉͉̤,ͅ ͙͝s̤ǫ̜̲̥̮̤ò̜n͉

Freehold DM wrote:
Never. I would rather work myself into an early grave than retire in a place with temperatures that go above 70 degrees regularly.

Altmodeus and Whedzebul are gonna prep a special sauna just for you.


Arrrr


Wilf Brimley, Mythic Inevitable wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
When you do, if you find a cocoon, don't tell anyone else, they'll just be selfish dicks, and then you'll have to leave earth... on second thought... leaving earth does sound pretty good right now...
No Italian food! Makes me fart!

Brother!


Well, a day of strange things. I had a good day up until my daughter called and told me my first wife had suddenly passed away at the age of 42. :/

I don't really feel grief. Our relationship was long ago over. I hadn't talked to her in over a decade, but it's just a weird feeling. I guess one part of getting older is seeing people around you die. part of the cycle.

Anyway, a good reminder that the future is never a guarantee. Go out there and enjoy. Tomorrow might be too late.


Friends left some lentil. I am leaving it soaking in water for a night and will try to make something out of it tomorrow.


Damn. It's past 2 am and now I am finally feeling less sleepy than through the whole day...


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Well, a day of strange things. I had a good day up until my daughter called and told me my first wife had suddenly passed away at the age of 42. :/

I don't really feel grief. Our relationship was long ago over. I hadn't talked to her in over a decade, but it's just a weird feeling. I guess one part of getting older is seeing people around you die. part of the cycle.

Anyway, a good reminder that the future is never a guarantee. Go out there and enjoy. Tomorrow might be too late.

My condolences all the same, to you and her family.

Good advice, 'Seize the day' :)


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Well, a day of strange things. I had a good day up until my daughter called and told me my first wife had suddenly passed away at the age of 42. :/

I don't really feel grief. Our relationship was long ago over. I hadn't talked to her in over a decade, but it's just a weird feeling. I guess one part of getting older is seeing people around you die. part of the cycle.

Anyway, a good reminder that the future is never a guarantee. Go out there and enjoy. Tomorrow might be too late.

my deepest condolences.

And yeah. Tomorrow is promised to noone.


Ah well, time to go to work. Busy busy weekend, as usual. I won't really get a break until Monday, lol


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Sounds like my summer!

This weekend the dance show I had scheduled moved to the other (smaller) theater on campus. YAY! I actually get ONE. WHOLE. WEEKEND. OFF!

Weather permitting (lots of rain lately) there will be swimming, grilling, and family time.

Go Wizard! :)


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In 'Why do strange things always happen to Monkey' news.....

I am now in the very weird position of having custody of my ex-wife's corpse :/*

*We oversee the hospital morgue.

Although I have this macabre urge to go see her, I think I will spare my brain cells. Probably not anything I'd like to commit to memory.


Ragadolf wrote:

Sounds like my summer!

This weekend the dance show I had scheduled moved to the other (smaller) theater on campus. YAY! I actually get ONE. WHOLE. WEEKEND. OFF!

Weather permitting (lots of rain lately) there will be swimming, grilling, and family time.

Go Wizard! :)

Enjoy your weekend Rags! They are precious things!


Drejk wrote:
Friends left some lentil. I am leaving it soaking in water for a night and will try to make something out of it tomorrow.

I love me some lentil soup

Mmmm...lentils.


Well, the ME came and took the body away. Thank gawd. That was some serious mind f!++ery right there :/


Almost done for the day. Well, with actual paid work that is

Scarab Sages

Sorry to hear about that news Patrick. It always sucks to see someone pass away, especially at such a young age. My condolences to you and yours.

Silver Crusade

That sounds rough, Patrick, and I'm sure it's hard on your daughter, too.

Silver Crusade

Callous Jack wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Why does an inhabited barrier island have such crappy drainage? Also, if drainage is such a recurrent problem, especially when said island is subject to regular thunderstorms and frequent tropical storms/hurricanes, why don't said inhabitants do something(s) to improve the drainage? Yes, living in stilt homes helps those particular inhabitants, but what do you do when most of the roads are underwater/washing away and the septic fields & sewer systems are both too waterlogged to operate properly? Knowing all this, why doesn't everyone drive Subarus and other AWD vehicles? I miss my Subaru. [/Rant]
The real question is why anybody still lives in Florida.

No income tax?

Besides, you're from NY, it's almost a requirement that you retire down there eventually.

Never!


*yawn*


GOOD MORNING TREEFORTNAM!!!!


I hope the weekend finds you all relaxed and happy. I'm trying to relax before a huge Sunday of work

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