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I'm seeing the 12:30 AM showing of Transformers... anybody in LA, I have a spare ticket possibly at ArcLight Sherman Oaks
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We finally made it to page 5? Ghahhhh that took forever.

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I was thinking exactly the same thing! ;)


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What's the old saying? 'Hive minds think alike'

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The do it yourself Tom Cruise movie kit

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Hehe, all too true.


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Dude, Transformers 2 was AWESOME. On the other hand, I expected nothing and got so very much in return. :)


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It was pretty sweet, Ran. Bigger, more epic, more actiony. Overall, I would say not as good as the first one, and it kind of dragged for me about 2/3 of the way through, but a darn good sequel nonetheless.

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What has Megan Fox transfomed into?

Seriously, I'm seeing some of these press junket interviews [G4] and she is not the same human being from the 1st movie. It almost looks as though she has had her eyes moved further apart. Is it just Botox, or can they surgically widen your skull these days?

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That's a very, very scary thought....

Star Trek meets Monty Python

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Seen it before, but still funny!


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7 Days until I hit the road for Ohio, and 6 weeks of shipwreck survey 60ft underwater.

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I am going to miss having hot water over the next 4 days. *sighs*

Red, are you diving onto a shipwreck/excavating it? That sounds so cool. I used to watch that stuff all the time on the Discovery Channel when I was a kid. :)


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Red exploring the deep? Sweet! Details!


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We're trenching and "excavating" (we have a non-retrieval permit) a steamboat shipwreck, so yep! I'll be diving and writing and using underwater metal detectors. The goal is to map and draw as much of the buried hull as possible, with a focus on locating the remains of the boilers and engine machinery. :D

:D And thanks! Although I can't watch some of those shows anymore, since the treasure hunters tend to absolutely destroy the ships just to get at GOLD! (which 99% of wrecks don't have) - not to say all salvage is bad, but yeah...its a touchy subject in the archaeological community.

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That sounds ridiculously awesome and Rogue/Wraith-ish. How'd you get that gig?


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My master's program in Underwater Archaeology :)

My lab partner is running this project and invited me to come help on his team.

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Woo! After 7 long years of flying around that junk Y-wing of mine, the 1985 Buick Skylark with a flighty grill, I have recently obtained a new mode of transportation.

A 2003 Chevy Malibu. Pictures will follow as soon as possible.

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'Aqua-cheology'

So off the record... what's the deal with the Antikythera Mechanism?

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My master's program in Underwater Archaeology :)

My lab partner is running this project and invited me to come help on his team.

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Well, the classical archaeologists would know more than me, but the best estimates (because it is a hot topic/debated) is that it has some correlation to astronomy - be that to serve some sort of navigational or computational purpose is the part still hotly debated. Also, its based on a geocentric astronomy.

What it does show is just the sort of awesome artifacts that survive underwater that would have otherwise been melted down as scrap or lost on land.

Heck, it could be a wacky invention, one of a kind, that really doesn't actually do anything but supposedly did.

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That's sooooooo cool, Red! :D Way to go on that!

But I always have to ask- does anyone ever get claustrophobic/super-dooper-paranoid when swimming around inside of the wreck, disoriented and wondering for all he or she is worth just where that frakking exit is, because they only have about seven-and-a-half minutes of air left, and this is a big ship, and they don't know where that door went? Because that would be me. In a heartbeat. You have nerves considerably more adapted to exploring underwater than my own.

Good job getting the new ride, Hales! I'm still cruising in my light blue '94 Geo Prizm for a while (those things get decent gas mileage and steadfastly refuse to die), so I'm a bit jealous of the new car. My own is presently named The Bluesmobile, based partially on the color and partially upon the movie which I love. Feel free to pitch names around. :wink:

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Heh, we thankfully only have the hull - the superstructure is gone from the explosion that sank the vessel (blown off by the ignition of the liquor cargo when the boilers went - and apparently floated a good number of the passengers to safety due to that) but yeah - it can feel a bit disorienting to be down far enough that you have no sense of the top above you.

I've never done cave or close confine diving, but those who WANT to do that all the time are a special kind of high tolerance. Not sure if I fit that, but I dunno - I just feel really calm underwater. Partly because I have to be in order to best conserve air and be safe with surfacing, dealing with stuff, etc. Its actually a very meditative way to be, when you're down there with the sound of your breathing and a weird mixture of sensory isolation/amplification with mixed visual effects and some audio dampened while some is amplified by the water. It makes you very self aware, but I find for me that can be in a good way if I am being mindful.

Also? Gauges (especially my swanky computerized one) are great for not loosing track of air, etc. :P

Halley - AWESOME new ride! :D I am jealous, since my itty bitty Ford escort is a pansy, tiny car. But its paid off, so I'm riding the smurf colored little punk into the ground!

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Red, the underwater stuff sounds amazing! I've only dived twice (once out in the real world, once in a swimming pool) and it was fantastic both times! I assume you have a swanky underwater digital camera to show us piccies?

Also, unoriginal I know, but my car is always knows as the Facemobile! And it's always black! I'm currently on Facemobile Mark IV! (A black Toyota Avensis for all those interested!)


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"Smurf-colored little punk" :lol: :lol: :lol: That is without a doubt the single best name I have ever heard anyone refer to their car with!

Not the true Bluesmobile, but close enough

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I lost the one picture I had taken, save the photos from the one accident when I was hit, but This is pretty much her I inherited her for ridiculous cheap (and she gets good gas mileage) so I can't complain. Going to drive her into the ground, already taken her back and forth from NJ to TX several times and next week adds another 3k when I do the TX to OH to TX circuit.

Face, sadly I spent all my money on the life sustaining gear and not a nice underwater camera. Someone on site may have one however, but we also have extreme low-visibility so no promises of in water action. I will ensure that at least one picture on deck/entering/exiting the dives is taken of me to show off my slick gear. :D

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Az, dunno if this is true for rescue archaeology divers too, but the general rule is: never dive alone, just because it is so easy for disorientation/accidents etc to happen underwater. I've never been diving myself but somehow know this? I dunno if it's common knowledge or not, since a lot of the stuff I know is quite random!


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How'd I miss this?

My 1st car was a '76 Skylark! Literally purchased from a little old lady who only drove it to church on Sunday (my Gram). Boy did the old girl hose me on that deal! There was some sort of sludge in the gas tank and the car would die every few weeks if I didn't replace the fuel filter. Also the radio would not get AM. I took to calling her 'Christine' afte the Steven King novel of the same name. If it didn't die from fuel starvation on a given trip it got a flat tire. My friends andf I got pretty good at swapping out the spare.

Finally killed it for good in an amazing one car accident. The engine got hung up on an improperly installed manhole cover The car kept moving forward while the engine was torn from it's mounts and the transmision slammed into the firewall.

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Woo! After 7 long years of flying around that junk Y-wing of mine, the 1985 Buick Skylark with a flighty grill, I have recently obtained a new mode of transportation.

A 2003 Chevy Malibu. Pictures will follow as soon as possible.

I'm thinking of naming her Wynssa Starflare.

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I obtained my old Buick from my great grandmother, while she was still alive no less. Mine actually didn't receive FM radio stations so my dad and I replaced the radio. It sounds like your car was much worse off than mine. My air conditioner didn't work, which isn't the best luck to have in Stockton, but I managed. I got in one car accident a few years ago where I hit the car in front of me on the freeway going maybe 5mph. My dad and I glued the car back together, but consequently the front grill was never the same, as people from the 2007 meet-up may recall.

I just recently found out that my younger twin cousins bought the car and will now be driving it to college come August. I'm told they even fixed the air conditioner already...

I was not amused by this news.


In other news, no pictures as of yet because my camera seems to not have any. I can't find a single working battery in the apartment. I'll pick up more the next time I go grocery shopping. Sorry for the delay.

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I just recently found out that my younger twin cousins bought the car and will now be driving it to college come August. I'm told they even fixed the air conditioner already...

I was not amused by this news.

:lol: :lol: Ouch- any idea what was wrong with it in the first place, or were they just that mechanically apt?
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You all whine and yammer about yer' radios not gettin' "AM" or "FM," but you know what? Some of us had it worse 'n yew! My radio didn't work 'till I took the dogone thing out and installed me a brand new one! Had to replace dem speakers, too! *Hocks a lugey* Kids dese days...[/crotchety old man voice]
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If any of you find that you have radio needs, I recommend Crtuchfield. I got my radio and speakers from them (had to replace those '94 paper cones, seeing as they'd all disintegrated) for about $100 total. That's four new speakers and a new radio; while none of it was top-of-the-line, I'm still more than satisfied with it. They have good prices, and if you PM me about it, I think I can claim that I recommended you to the site and save you five or ten percent on any purchase. *Shrug*

Good stuff, and it comes with idiot-proof (well, Az-proof, at any rate) instructions on how to stick the parts in your car. I think they sell built-in GPS systems, too, but I'm not certain on that one.

... [/advertisement for Crutchfield]

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Finally killed it for good in an amazing one car accident. The engine got hung up on an improperly installed manhole cover The car kept moving forward while the engine was torn from it's mounts and the transmision slammed into the firewall.

Wow, that's quite the freak accident. Did you get any money out of that deal?


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Since I wasn't injured I didn't feel I could ask for too much $2000.
After legal fees all I got was the about the cost of the car $650.
[Note to self: Next time ask for legal fees too!]

It took a while to get through all the paperwork.
In response to my original claim they sent back
dozens of pages of obliquely worded questions like:

'Where on the plaintiffs property did the accident occur?'

[uhhhmmm... My cars transmission was ripped off its mounts by your manhole cover]

'How was the defendant's property involved in the accident'

[Ahem, My cars transmission was ripped off its mounts by your manhole cover]

'Where was plaintiff at the time of the accident?'

[I was driving my car when it's transmission was ripped off its mounts by your manhole cover]


Pretty much the same answer to all the questions.

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And now for something completely different.

Rejected Wii Games

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I dunno, Hot Hands and Ouija showed some minimal promise.

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Finally got some pictures of my new car...sorry again for the delay. Anyway, here's my beloved Wynssa Starflare:


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That sounds like a court hearing for the books, Piggy.

Sleek new wings, Hales! And gold.


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...I kinda feel like I should post an exclamatory post about how not married, not pregnant and not able to drive I am! Also I don't have the job of my dreams! HURRAH!

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:P But you are in fact, THE Mish - that in itself is more than postworthy enough! :)

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...I kinda feel like I should post an exclamatory post about how not married, not pregnant and not able to drive I am! Also I don't have the job of my dreams! HURRAH!

;)


If it's any consolation, I'm not pregnant, either. :wink:

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This brings a whole new meaning to the phrase Sith!Cake.

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A little on the creepy side, but still fantastic. :D

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"And now I will take your little girl and train her in the ways of the Dark Side!"

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My understanding is it was a shower cake... implying that the mother's friends had it made in her honor. ;)

Maybe the partygoers weren't so unsettled, after all!

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Greetings from the Field! :D It is once again, ambigous proof of my existence. Eyes available for retinal scanning, although it does remind me of the paintball picture I first put up....

8 out of our 9 work days have been divable - miraculous for an expected 2 out of the 6 weeks being lost work days due to weather :D


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Sweet! Nice shot 8) Awesome underwater commando uniform. Do you get a shark gun? Or at least a wicked blade?


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The Lake Erie sharks are notorious... have a little razor blade in a bright orange, protective handle to fend them off. Makes me even more deadly!

(um, its to cut line in case I get tangled....:( )


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Just got back from Florida for a music fraternity convention. Pictures to be posted soon :D

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Speaking of music, this one's for nerds and Broadway fans: Web Site Story


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Anybody at Comic Con for Star Wars day tomorrow?


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OK
The last bit of piggy's 'excellent adventure' is up.

Sorry it took forever, and I have discoverd that in my absence the IT trolls are now blocking places like rsplot, I can see the website, but I cannot log in, and therfore post from work, so I had to put all this up before I went in to work this morn. As usual HUGHES.net is still the worst internet provider in the western spiral arm of the galaxy so everything I need to do online is exquisitely painful.

Today is the 1st day of school for my kidlets, they all got on the bus art 6:55 AM. I have been finishing the last edit since then and its almost 9:30 as I write this.

I have also been invited to bring R2 to a 501st event this Saturday Sept 12th.
http://www.theforce.net/latestnews/stor ... 125575.asp

Unfortuately, I understand that the 2 Jedi and 2 stormtroopers I had counted on to make this look like a decently attended event have punked out on me, so it is just gonna be R2 and maybe one lady dressed as Padme. The event is to raise $$$ for a sick little girl so I hope that the former queen of naboo and the galaxies most 'legend' (wait for it) 'ary' droid ever will be good enough for her.

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So I was skimming through the predecessor RS board and came across something from the bygone era: the three word chain story.
We should try it again; I remember many a random good-times from those.


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So Shadow and I picked up a box of Trivial Pursuit Genius Edition (circa 1981) from Goodwill about a month ago.

You can imagine the fun we've had trying to answer questions that are relevant to trivia from over 20 years ago...
But we wondered at how the author of these questions felt about Star Wars when we came across the question:

"What's the name of Luke Skywalker's troll-like advisor in The Empire Strikes Back?"

Yoda? Troll-like? :shock:


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Advisor? The word fits but I wouldn't ever use it to describe Yoda...

I too recently came across a very old edition of Trivial Pursuit back in October. Most of the questions had to do with baseball.

I didn't know Yes-or-No questions were allowed in the game either, as my friends and I came across the question: Do beavers eat fish?

In case you are wondering, as of 1980, no...they don't.

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So what's been going on in everyone's lives?

I had an internship interview a couple of weeks ago. I'm pretty certain I nailed it but I won't find out if I got it until the end of March.

I'm still not ready for the real world and can't believe it's already March. I finish school in May :shock:

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I've been putting this event together for the winter music conference next month in Miami. All rogues are welcome of course, I'll happily put anyone on my guest list if you want to schlep all the way over here!

http://www.wantickets.com/EventDetail.aspx?e_id=101897




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Exciting times, Hales. I'm sure you'll do fine in the real world once you get past the whole adjusting-to-everything-because-everything's-different-phase.

Good times, Myn. You've really become the event organizer extraordinaire.

I'm still working as a newspaper editor/manager and getting in shape for summer adventures and travel. Otherwise, life goes on much as it has in these past days. Might be time for a change. Hmmm.


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Myn Donos wrote:
What kind of internship hales?


A music therapy internship. I would be working with adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. If at all possible I'll throw in working with children too.

The internship would be here if I can get it: the Sonoma Developmental Center. http://www.dds.ca.gov/sonoma/index.cfm

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My apologies if I'm behind the curve on this one, but I highly recommend the British comedy, Spaced. It's now available in its entirety on Hulu.

More Star Wars references than I thought possible.

Thanks to Face for telling me to watch it!

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Glad you liked it Hales! 'tis quality telly!


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Ah, Spaced. You'll like it. We found DVDs for it.


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Helloooooooo new series marathon!


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I'm buying one of the two following shirts and need your help deciding which one:

The classic tried n true version:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjzrFAGYBsg&feature=fvw


or should I branch out for maximum win?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyf-Bzwg ... _embedded#


Right now i'm leading towards the original but the shades look pretty enticing as well. I mean look at this guy, 8) , he sure seems happy with the shades on.


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I like the first one better...though it could just be it worked better with the song it was using.

So over Winter break I took down Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Now it seems my goal is to conquer Wind Waker before Spring break is through. It seems possible since Spring break has only now officially technically started and I'm already at least a third of the way through the game.

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Both are awesome, but I like the first one better.


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Here's one for you face, lol

http://www.bewild.com/poknshsorett.html



shoot, now I want this one: http://www.bewild.com/hehasoreeqra.html Too many choices!


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Now THAT is an awesome T-Shirt!


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Gav's thought of the day:

"If I have to go back, tear out, and re-do the work the of the 'professional' carpenter one more time, I'm going to personally hang him by his toenails and shoot staples at him..."


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Someone has been watching Holmes on Homes.
Love that show.

Love to see what he'd think of the guys who put this place together.
It may be 'code' but it ain't right.

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Piggy! Long time no see. Welcome back.


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<finds more unfinished, shoddy work>

AAAAGGGHGHHHHHH!! :evil:

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I been around just not saying much of late
limited net time
never could get skype working
(like, why is it blinking '12' at me?)

I come by and read quietly
just started a new job in a medical supply factory

[commercial] Conmed 'Endo-weave' medical graspers, ask your othroscopic surgeon for them by name! [/commercial]

Been spending free time rebuilding the basement so the HoH reference was an obvious point for me to stick my snout in.

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I have heard/read the word "reticent" more times in the last week and a half than in the preceding year. Do three-syllable words have fads now?

That is all.

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Possibly... consider abundant overuse commonplace.

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Nice, Piggy.


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Three syllable words just make you sound smart, my students however shy away from any word over about 6 letters long. On the plus side, I realized I got paid for teaching my students how to play Spoons (the card game) at lunch. I love my job...


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Sweet. You have an awesome job.


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I just learned, it doesn't matter how old you are, putting a band-aid on a cut or scrape makes it feel better.


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Unless you're my daughter, in which case band-aids (or adhesive bandages of any brand) might as well be agents of the Evil One.

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Traffic school sucks. This is a 4 hour course and I've been at it for five hours already and its only 6/8 done :/ gah

ps - First post in RTotD since April, wow!


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O.K. so you know that scene in Back to the Future where Marty's brother's head disappears from a photo because he is being 'erased from exisitence"?

Well... I just discovered (while trying to sign up for a few continuing ed classes at the local comunity college) that my High School has no record of my getting a diploma back in 1985. That is the same year as BTTF. Coincidence?

The really weird thing is that I was a fully matriculated engineering student at the State University of New York (SUNY) from 2006 until 2008 and I know SUNY received my full transcripts.

It seems that the person(s) who sent the info to SUNY back in 2006 never returned it to it proper file folder and now it's lost except for one sophmore year report card (1983) and a hand written note outlining the amount of credits I needed to complete the diploma requirements when I transferred to a different school in 1984.

Piggy... for now

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Did SUNY happen to keep a copy?

AH! This rip in the timeline may mean you don't exist!

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That's what I'm hoping.
I have already given the Freehold school district achival people
contact info for the SUNY admissions office.

Now I'm wondering if this somehow plays into the fact that so many of the places I've worked have gone out of business from six months to a year after my ceasing to work there. How does it look to you that having worked only about a dozen places over the last 25 years I can't get references beyond my last 2 employers?

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So what you're telling us... is that it's possible you're ceasing to exist?

That kinda sucks.


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No that sort of thing is well otu of the realm of posskdbn urtn..............

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Hey... did anybody see this big green dude anywhere?


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<shrug> Not me. But at least he won't get jury duty.


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And They're coming to take me away Ha Ha
They're coming to take me away ho ho he he ha ha
to the funny farm where life is beautiful all the time,
and I'll be happy to see those nice young men in their clean white coats
and they're coming to take me away ha ha


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Bahahahahaha
http://hothardware.com/News/Doom-Now-Pl ... alculator/


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Ah, pure geekery. It is a sweet thing to see. Of course, they could just download Doom and scientific calculator apps on their iPhone and use that instead.


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People seem not to have that many random thoughts lately.


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The best way to check for leaks from your toilet is to add a few drops of food coloring to the tank.

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That doesn't work quite so well however, with your fish tank.

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I suspect it would only work if you were aiming to make Easter Sushi...

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Awww girl, now your makin' me hungry... j/k I'm always hungry.

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Help me to propagate a list of mangled sayings such as:

"It is always darkest just before you are crushed to death by some impossibly gigantic thing that blocks out all light."

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"That which doesn't kill you only makes your stronger, 'til it finally kills you all the way."


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You are what you eat, if... you eat with cannibals.

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The enemy of your enemy is probably just another enemy, as it's highly unlikely that you share an agenda. They're a temporary ally at best.


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+! :mrgreen:

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