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Ya, I grew up on records too. There might still be an old turntable lurking about the ventilation shafts of RSHQ.


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Yeah, we still listen to records a decent amount. We've had a player for years but never one with a working needle until we got the one from my Grandma and now we have a working one! Huzzah!


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I personally don't own a record player, yet. But I hope to get one of the laser-reading record players so I don't wear out the collection of records living at my parent's house. I know back home we have 2 record players and like 3 or 4 milkcrates fulll of records. And it's not just LP's I own a number of 45's.


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I used to have a pair of really nice stanton cartridges on my decks that are guaranteed for minimal wear and tear and maximum sound quality. Perfect for scratching, breaking, backspins, anything you want to do, with no damage to your wax. If you have old records that want to digitize you should check out places like http://www.thinkgeek.com where they sell analogue to digital turntables - play your record and it spits out an mp3 or whatever digital format you want. Then burn it to cd and mix it with a couple cdjs just to make the vinyl purists puke ;)


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*peers back and forth before tagging up a post it note*

"Kinda back. Not really completely back. But kinda."

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I kinda did. Left my mortal form and went on a spirit journey.

Rode the Mattahorn. Still chapped my butt.

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Looks as though my husband and I are planning a trip to England/Scotland for this fall or next year. Rock.


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I shall try to be as adult as this warrants...

But I got the new job as a Research Analyst (aka, running numbers and playing in Access/Databases - for MORE money!)

*Squees and runs around throwing confetti all over the board*

Ahem...

*halts in the middle of the mess*

So, I'll have better hours, more time for the board and just a happier life!

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Yey!

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Very exciting! Congrats!


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Looks as though my husband and I are planning a trip to England/Scotland for this fall or next year. Rock.


I've already mentioned it on Skype... but if you're in London, then get yourself a free afternoon for another TransAtlantic RS Meet!


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Hot diggety, Red! More time on board, more money, and happy job is a trifecta worth celebrating! Congrats!


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My friends and I are throwing a pool party/bbq at my dad's condo on south beach in miami the weekend on the 28th. Booze, dj, pool, bbq, etc, overlooking the atlantic ocean. I'm awaiting confirmation from the condo management for the final mundane details but it looks like its a go. If anyone is in the area, or can squeeze in a trip for a few days, you're more than welcome - I'll put you on the RS VIP list :D

Just thought I'd throw that out there if anyone is interested.


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Hmm.... cheapest flights I can find are £615 (about $1230!) Think I'll have to pass on this one pal!


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it'd be totally worth it :D


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Okay. Step one in revisioning my job search - a complete revamp of my resume and a relook at my cover letter format.


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it'd be totally worth it :D


I don't doubt that! Maybe when I have a lil' bit more in the bank than a furious looking bank manager shaking his little fist!


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I'm intimately familiar with that little man...

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http://www.pocket-lint.co.uk/news/news.phtml/12614/13638/hoverit-gravity-defying-lounger-hover-chair.phtml <--- figured you techhy geeks would like this!


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Mine! Mine!

<buys one for Corran's office>


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I must have one.

Or seven.

Quickly! Someone make me a bazillionaire so I can furnish my house with their hover furniture.

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hmm, looks a bit different now:

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/4 ... 443176.jpg

compare to..

http://picasaweb.google.com/jjjames/Eur ... 7002599810

funny what a million rioters does for a cityscape :p


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Piggy, I love your avatar, BTW. 3P-owned. *snigger*


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Hee hee thanks

Yeah, 3PO finally found someone more annoying than himself.

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This is freakin' hilarious.

http://garfieldminusgarfield.tumblr.com/

If I wasn't at work, I'd have laughed so hard. ;)

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That is twisted sick and depressing.
I've never laughed so hard in my life!

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Disturbingly hilarious!


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Hehe, though oddly enough, having Garfield sitting there doesn't really make what Jon does much less disturbing.


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Happy Leap Day, everyone!


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Thanks Callista!

Many happy returns to you as well.

I was just pondering this morning that leap-year day, ought to be a holiday of some sort.

Here in the states I suggest it be called:

National-Media-Takes-a-Day-off... erm, Day.

I think everyone would especially appreciate the chance to go
24 hours without hearing a word about the Presidential primaries.
We could have a big bonfire, and burn all these damn lawn sign.

Just this Groundhog's day I heard that Puxatawny Phil saw
Hillary Clinton's shadow which means we get 18 more weeks
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That sounds like an absolutely wonderful idea. It'd also mean I could take a day off work.

Hmmm...my wrist chronometer thinks it's March.


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Hmmm...my wrist chronometer thinks it's March.



So does mine, looks like I'll need to reset it.


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My watch does too! I just discovered this around 5pm in the middle of work and it's been driving me crazy!


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Between springing ahead (Stupid Daylights savings) and the leap year, my watch has had to be tweaked multiple times these past few days. Silly cheap digital watch.

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My watch has stopped. :(

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I have two hotwheels watches from my cereal (I was shocked that they were actually in the frosted mini wheats and not some mail in!) - want them?

PS - they'd non adjustable and for kids...of course, I can still manage to get one on me, but I am very small.

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Daylight savings time is awesome when you live way up north and at the western end of MST, which hangs way over into PST, cuz you don't have to come in from playing outside until 10:30 or 11 at night :lol:


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Octavia Terah wrote:
I have two hotwheels watches from my cereal (I was shocked that they were actually in the frosted mini wheats and not some mail in!) - want them?

PS - they'd non adjustable and for kids...of course, I can still manage to get one on me, but I am very small.


I have my doubts that even my thin arm is quite that thin. Plus, accurate timekeeping is a plus, for me. ;)

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Okay. My goal is to find a new job by summer. Wish me luck.


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I hope you are successful in your quest for a new employment.

Sadly, the other day a mischievous child gathered up
all my luck and wished it away into a cornfield.

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omg i'm hungry.. what do i do????


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Good call Face! CHIPOTLE!!!! Anybody else know the glory that is Chipotle?


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I think I've been once, and it didn't make a big impression. I should try it again, though, as virtually everyone I know out here swears by it.

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Chipotle...mmmmmm


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*returns after a victorious Chipotle-Old-Navy run*

Chipotle's really good if you know what to get. My experience has been order a Fajita Burrito, Carnitas (shredded, marinated pork), mild and hot salsa, sour cream, cheese and guacomole. If you're particularly into a rich flavor, ask for them to make your tortilla extra crispy, which will add an aromatic toasted flavor to your burrito.

I've been ordering the same thing for over a year now and I still am not tired of it :).


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Ya, I have co-workers who will eat at Taco Bell every single day for months on end. And Subway and Blimpies.


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Mmmm, I had subway for lunch today. It was glorious.

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I'm poor, I eat a container of yogurt for lunch with a little bit of granola.

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Lunch is the 3rd most important meal of the day.

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If you skip breakfast, does that mean that lunch becomes breakfast is therefore the most important meal of the day?

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When I say 'breakfast' I almost inevitably mean lunch, as I tend to skip early-meal-ing entirely.

Lunch is the most important breakfast of the day!!

(Incidentally, because I couldn't NOT: The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy has this to say on the subject of Lunch:

The history of every major galactic civilization has passed through three distinct and recognisable phases: those of survival, inquiry, and sophistication. Otherwise known as the 'How', 'Why', and 'Where' phases. For instance, the first phase is characterised by the question: "How can we eat?" The second by the question: "Why do we eat?" And the third by the question: "Where should we have lunch?")

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Hehehehe

Breakfast is whatever meal you break your nighttime fast with.

I had Subway today too, cuz their $5 footlong deal is still going on, although I much prefer Port of Subs. Far superior quality and doesn't cost much more. Quiznos is great, but pricey.


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The fry sauce and droid portion of this topic took on a life of its own, and is now in its own topic: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1309


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Narf!

New Zealand man accused of using hedgehog as a weapon against teenager

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) _ A New Zealand man has been accused of assault with prickly weapon -- a hedgehog.

Police allege that William Singalargh picked up the hedgehog and threw it several yards to hit a 15-year-old boy in the North Island east coast town of Whakatane on Feb. 9.

"It hit the victim in the leg, causing a large, red welt and several puncture marks," police Senior Sgt. Bruce Jenkins said Monday. The teen did not need medical treatment, he added.

The Herald on Sunday newspaper reported that it was not known whether the hedgehog was dead or alive at the time of the attack, but that it was dead when collected as evidence.

Jenkins said Singalargh, 27, was arrested shortly after the incident on a charge of assault with a weapon. He is expected to appear in court again on April 17.

His lawyer, Rebecca Plunket, said Singalargh intends to plead innocent. The maximum penalty for the charge is five years in prison.

While using a hedgehog as a weapon in an assault is uncommon, Jenkins said, "People often get charged with assault for throwing things at other people."


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I wonder how the hedgehog faired about his flight.


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According to the BBC the hedgehog was dead when police arrived although it was "unclear" whether or not it was dead before its infamous flight :p Good stuff!


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Prisoner 1: Hey, bud, whatcha in fer?

Prisoner 2: Assault with a deadly hedgehog.


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I always knew hedgehogs could be dangerous, but they are soooo cute! But then again it's always the cute ones...


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My boyfriend's sister had a hedgehog...nasty little thing. It knew if it curled up in a corner, it was too sharp to be picked up. They had to start using heavy duty oven mitts, which it was then faster than, since they couldn't get a good grip on it. And it was always escaping.

...it was cute though...but I'd never throw a little animal like that.

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Red, the idea of a hedgehog curling up in a corner and being fast brought the image of Sonic to my head. And in that sense, if the catapult doesn't work how are you supposed to get all the golden rings?


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Ya! You brought up a good point, Rillao!

What if that guy in New Zealand was just throwing the hedgehog to collect golden rings and accidentally hit that kid who just happened to be walking by?!


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That would be terrible news, because then it would incite another mass panic about how teh ev1l video gamez are corrupting the children lolz!


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I'll paypal $20 to anyone who can whip up a powerpoint for me in the next half hour. Offer expires at 11:59PM EST :D


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...A powerpoint of what? (and no, I'm not really interested in the money, more just in what you want!)

:P Yes, I get that bored at work sometimes.

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It was for a required computer literacy class (read:microsoft office literacy). It was making a powerpoint for the sake of making a powerpoint, not simply to have a visual aid for something important. 2 points for extra flare here, 2 points to bold something there, two points for a transition like *this* 2 points for a transition like *that* etc. Got it in at 12:01 and got full credit. The only good thing about that class is the gpa padding.


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Gotta love those things...I am so glad I tested out of that class at our campus.

Although I personally think everyone who makes Powerpoints/uses them regularly needs to learn these lessons...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cagxPlVqrtM - How NOT to use Powerpoint.

No really, avoid the colors and use it for bullets, not the actual lecture, people!!!!

ahem...I swear, I'm not angry at my old professors or anything.

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I thought my counselor was messing with me when he said it was required with no way to test out or prove that you're better than everyone else. The funny thing is that I was wearing my "you are dumb" binary shirt at that meeting (mostly because everything else was dirty).

Awesome vid, so true. I loathe powerpoint in general and when I have to use it I'll put three or four words per slide, mostly for MY benefit, not 'theirs' whoever that is. I gave a half hour speech last term about the Red Brigade terrorist organization and my powerpoint had three slides, of which one was a picture of their logo. I'm proud to say that beyond that occasion and this project, I can't remember the last time I fired up powerpoint.

Usually I can tell the quality of professors based on their use (or hopefully, non-use) of powerpoint. My favorite slide came up in a game theory class a few years ago on the first or second day - "sub prime nash equilibrium and geopolitical conflict - pay attention" - and he didn't change it once throughout the lecture. The best part was the panicked emails from people who had shamelessly skipped that lecture assuming they could pass by reading the slides, conveniently placed online. Pwned!


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Hahahaha, that video's great, Red. And all too true. He could have gone on for hours about all the PowerPoint blunders. PowerPoint is truly the world's greatest purveyor of horrible design.


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Just to stick up for the program... but if used CORRECTLY, Powerpoint can be a very powerful tool. Remember, most peoples memory and imagination (about 99%) is visual. So, a few (read few, not a sithload) of slides, with data you wanted understood in a visual form can not only help the presentation, but assist retention.

For example, we use powerpoint everyday at work for the morning intel briefing. For example, I could say "We're after General Horn - He's a mid twenties white guy, and he drives a jeep."

OR.. I could say.. "We're after General Horn... here's his picture, and here's what he drives!" Cue the powerpoint!


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Aye, PowerPoint can be used for great good, but more often than not, it is used for great evil*


*Evil being a complete lack of any design sense that will make your presentation visually appealing, logically structured, and free of unnecessary distractions, like text that flies around, spins, squishes in and out, and changes color for five minutes before you can actually read it.


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My dad, really wants to do a PPT presentation where he puts every single animation, bad color palette and stuff like that on the first page, let it play then say, "Ok, now that that's over with, onto the real presentation." And do this with a bunch of execs from big electronic companies there to see the presentation or something like that. I also think it would be fun to do that, but I get the feeling that my teachers would definately not appreciate it.


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It's true, powerpoints can be EXTREMELY useful - for example if you're doing a presentation on the subject of a piece of art etc, it can be handy to have the picture of what you're talking about up there for people to see, and the powerpoint can also handle close-ups easily etc. However the moment you shove in a load of text into powerpoint? Well, my reaction as a student was either to immediately fall asleep, or just copy down word-for-word what was on the powerpoint, thus meaning I wasn't listening to the lecturer at all.

Myn's story of one-powerpoint-lecturer makes me grin, because inevitably this would've been an excellent lecture I reckon!! (But also distracting 'cause you're sitting there in the lecture thinking "when is he going to change the slide"?!)

(And Red, that link was just genius!)

I also enjoy, if we are visualising data, pie charts, which can be enjoyed via powerpoint. (See the work of Dave Gorman, Face!!!)

The best presentations, we were told throughout university, were the ones which didn't require ANY use of powerpoint. I think one of the main reasons being... you have to use a computer to make powerpoint work. And what happens if the computer system is down/being used elsewhere/something goes horribly wrong? When I made a school visit (I wanna be a teacher and have done several visits to sit in on lessons just to double check that this is, in fact, what I wanna do) this happened - the class was already disruptive (the fire alarm interrupted lessons!) and the powerpoint somehow was angled half off the board, so that they could only see half of it. This turned what could've been an excellent lesson into a mediocre one, at best.

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My summer graduation plan just went out the window, unless I manage to clep three full semesters of a foreign language by August :/ Looks like I'll be spending the whole Fall term here for one stupid class, what a waste.


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Well, if you want to move to Eugene.... You can do a whole year of French in one summer! The same applies for most of the foreign languages. Not quite sure if that'd qualify, though...

Can't you graduate pending certain classes? I knew someone who did that. They went to graduation, walked, but then didn't get their diploma in the mail until they'd completed the required courses, which they took at a community college or somesuch.

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Yarg! That's always murderously frustrating, Myn. Talked to your school counselor about it? If it comes down to sticking around a whole other term for one more class before you can graduate, they'll often be able to work something out with you.


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What? Aren't you fluent in six million forms of communication?
Tell them you speak Bocce like a 2nd language.

Myn Donos wrote:
My summer graduation plan just went out the window, unless I manage to clep three full semesters of a foreign language by August :/ Looks like I'll be spending the whole Fall term here for one stupid class, what a waste.

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Dang...

Just noticed a warning on the side of a 2-liter soda bottle to always point the cap of the bottle away from people at all times, in case the bottle gets under pressure and blows the cap off, causing eye injury or other serious injures.

Wow, didn't realize soda bottles were almost as dangerous as firearms. <cough>


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Dang...

Just noticed a warning on the side of a 2-liter soda bottle to always point the cap of the bottle away from people at all times, in case the bottle gets under pressure and blows the cap off, causing eye injury or other serious injures.

Wow, didn't realize soda bottles were almost as dangerous as firearms. <cough>


What you didn't know that soda bottles could be dangerous? What about dry ice in a soda bottle? Mythbusters proved that is really dangerous as well.


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My brother once deliberately shook up a 3L bottle
of A&W rootbeer in the kitchen. He set it down on
the counter a bit too roughtly, and it went off.
SODA EVERYWHERE! Got it cleaned up before M&D
got home, but we never did find the bottle cap.

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The force of the blast from the A&W must've disintegrated the bottle cap at the molecular level, Piggy. Same thing as a disruptor rifle.... except far more easily procured.

I can imagine the Rogue's and Wraith's going into combat shaking 3 liter bottles of soda now.... the Stormies will fear us all...


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Rabbits are evil. Seriously.

Last night, at half past five I was riding to work on my bike. It's about a three mile trip along the country roads and it was pleasant out.

As I round a corner on a hill, a rabbit suddenly darts out in front of me and instinct forces me to swerve. I hit the verge and go clean over.

End result? I ended up in the hospital. My left arm is pretty bruised up and grazed and my left leg is strapped up below the knee. I can't put any weight on it and I'm on painkillers. My leg isn't broken, but the bone is bruised and I'm off work for at least a week.

And the rabbit? Got away scot free.

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Eeeeeyowch! Evil interceptor rabbit. Probably sent to throw your work into chaos. You need a good seek-a-destroy dog.


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Deven, condolences and well wishes for a speedy recovery.

A dog you say General?

Y'know I always thought of people who rode bicycles with their dog running alongside on a leash as lazy idiots looking to get themselves and others killed but in light of Dev's experience I can now perceive great wisdom in the act. It's a matter of self protection.

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Actually, the way either of my dogs go back and forth as they walk that would just make it worse for me :lol:

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Ha ha, I was going to comment too, that, upon seeing a bicycle, most dogs (okay, maybe just mine) go "OOOH, SUICIDE MISSION!" and like to run in front of them.

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Mine do the same and I can't count the number of times a strange dog has tried to do likewise when I've been out cycling.

Dogs can actually seem pretty smart, but all that gets thrown out the window when they see something exciting/shiny/tasty.

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Something shiny!? Where?!

*drops her plot writing and starts frantically searching over the board for the shiny*

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I like shiny things too!

*Follows Red's example and begins looking for the shiny*


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Ah yes! fine examples of the human species such as these
are what keep the museum of shiny objects in business.

http://themoso.cjb.net

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Uh oh, I think I started something.

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Alas! Sorry to hear that Deven. Hope you're back on your feet soon!

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*Returns with a pile of shiny things from all over the board*

Found it all!

Oh, and Deven - bunnies and squirrels are evil, sorry to hear about the crash from one!

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My parents got me a Wii for graduation! Wee!

Maybe one of the more technologically inclined people here can help me though...or at least tell me there was a way around this problem that I did not know about.

So, for most of this school year I borrowed a Wii from a friend and bought two games for it. I played both games for a few months expecting that when he decided to take it back, I could simply put the save data on an SD card and transfer it to a new Wii should I have ever got one (which I obviously did). I go to try it and find out that the two games I own happen to be the only two games currently that are coded to not allow you to take the information off of one Wii and put it on another. Basically, I have to beat both games all over again. Just when I thought Nintendo was doing things right finally, they go off and do something like this.

Bah.

But, I GOT A WII FOR GRADUATION!

Now to find a second job for the summer...

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Dude! Halley!! Welcome to the Wii Clan!!

I'll have to get you my friend code so we can play SuperSmash Bros and Mario Kart Racing sometime-- both are EXCELLENT games.

Any other Rogues out there with Wii's? (One word: TEAM RACE against the world in Mario Kart... they might not be as fast as X-Wings but they'll make .5 past lightspeed :) )


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Yeah, I love both. But online for Mario Kart works a lot better than it does for SSBB. I was pretty good at MK online before I got this new Wii, so now my score has been set back to 5000. I don't have online capabilities for my new Wii yet since my wireless router was actually my former roommate's. I'll let you know when we get a new one.

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I have a Wii, but it's back in the States with Will. That and I don't have Mario Kart.


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Only nintendo I ever needed to own was an n64, which the feds broke while ransacking my place :/ worked fine, never worked the same since.


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Woo! Finally found a job. Receptionist at Macaroni Grill. Not great, but definitely better than 6am-2:30pm construction and maintenance like I was doing the last 2 summers. Now I get to stay in my apartment in Stockton all summer and not have to go home. Phew.

And Myn, the N64 rocked. I have mine here too, but I have to admit, Super Mario Galaxy is pretty sweet.

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What's wrong with 6-2:30? That's my shift and I love it! Much better than 4-12:30, which I occasionally have to work... And 8-5 is just... late and icky. PLus there's traffic to contend with. I much prefer my 6-2:30, thank you.

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*Is not a morning person, but has the utmost respect for people who are*

Oh, and I just woke up :D What better way to prove my point?

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Not 8-5 shifts can be great - you can get errands done during normal work hours (something I have to WORK to arrange at an 8-5 job). Thankfully, I can do 7-4 at my current position, which is enough off set to make life easier.

I am also one of those elusive morning birds - woot!

PS - Tom and I have found out that trouncing one another in small Star Wars miniature games is a wonderful way to spend the evening.

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Bit delayed... but I too have a Wii... and although I don't have Mario Kart yet, it would be quite fun to exchange Mii's with people!

And as far as shifts are concerned... I think I win with the weirdness!


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I have a wii, and MarioKart, well, my brother does. But I claim it as my own in this instance! No idea how online Wii-ing works, though (but know we have that ability, for Stef has played online before on mariokart). But it would be fun to play with you guys!

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