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#10402 Oct 04 2011 at 3:03 AM Rating: Good
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What surprise.

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#10403 Oct 04 2011 at 5:58 AM Rating: Good
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Smiley: mad
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#10404 Oct 04 2011 at 6:23 AM Rating: Good
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PigtailsOfDoom wrote:
Yeah. The problem is that people have a tendency to overdo it. Same with unhealthy food really. I get why they're doing it, but I still think it's funny. Especially when the reporter was like "And they have way less fat people than we do and look what they're doing!" I can only imagine how much crying there would be if they tried to do that here. Personally, I really wish they'd make healthier foods cheaper and junk food more expensive. I like junk food, but it'd be a lot easier to resist if it were more expensive.

Also, way to ruin Horse's fun. Smiley: tongue
Junk food, cheap? What?
Eating at, say, a McDonalds would easily cost me €10, I can eat 3 healthy and much more tasty meals at home for that.



Also, the gif Horse linked is pretty old so it wasn't much of a surprise. The spider is still cute though.





Oh, and Maz and diglett still click my links even though they know it may very well lead them to spider pics.
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#10405 Oct 04 2011 at 7:36 AM Rating: Good
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Also
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Hobgoblin is cool. Not the greatest beer but it's really ******* cool.
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Aethien you take more terrible pictures than a Japanese tourist.
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#10406 Oct 04 2011 at 7:37 AM Rating: Good
That spider isn't too bad, it takes you a minute to realize it's a spider since you can't see all of its legs (and the mini-bongos certainly help dissuade the image too).

Show that thing on a piece of glass all splayed out and I'd be scrambling for the nearest ceiling fixture.
#10407 Oct 04 2011 at 8:31 AM Rating: Good
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If you show that on a piece of glass you won't see much.
Those jumping spiders are really, really tiny.
It's probably only about 2mm long, if that.
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#10408 Oct 04 2011 at 8:34 AM Rating: Good
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I was at my parents' this weekend. They live in the pine barrens. A HUGE spider crawled across my leg while I was laying on their couch. It was like the size of a quarter. NOT OKAY. I'm lucky to be alive.
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#10409 Oct 04 2011 at 8:38 AM Rating: Excellent
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My arachnophobia is increasing in... intensity. Bumped into a spider in the bathroom at my parents' house and nearly screamed out loud.

My parents think I'm hysterical and use any opportunity to tease me with it. Which isn't helping. At all.

I read that treatment for arachnophobia includes exposure therapy where you're gradually exposed to spiders until finally handling real ones. I was like ********** that, I'm not touching no ************* spider!"

I'll stick to my own therapy: stay away from them, or smack them silly with something at least six feet in length.
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#10410 Oct 04 2011 at 8:49 AM Rating: Good
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Mazra wrote:
My arachnophobia is increasing in... intensity. Bumped into a spider in the bathroom at my parents' house and nearly screamed out loud.

My parents think I'm hysterical and use any opportunity to tease me with it. Which isn't helping. At all.

I read that treatment for arachnophobia includes exposure therapy where you're gradually exposed to spiders until finally handling real ones. I was like "@#%^ that, I'm not touching no mother@#%^ing spider!"

I'll stick to my own therapy: stay away from them, or smack them silly with something at least six feet in length.


It's amazing how similar we are in this respect. My roommates were making fun of me for trying to use a broom to kill a spider last month. But it was the only thing long enough to do the job. D:
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#10411 Oct 04 2011 at 11:18 AM Rating: Good
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PigtailsOfDoom wrote:
Yeah. The problem is that people have a tendency to overdo it. Same with unhealthy food really. I get why they're doing it, but I still think it's funny. Especially when the reporter was like "And they have way less fat people than we do and look what they're doing!" I can only imagine how much crying there would be if they tried to do that here. Personally, I really wish they'd make healthier foods cheaper and junk food more expensive. I like junk food, but it'd be a lot easier to resist if it were more expensive.

Also, way to ruin Horse's fun. Smiley: tongue
Junk food, cheap? What?
Eating at, say, a McDonalds would easily cost me €10, I can eat 3 healthy and much more tasty meals at home for that.


Well, it depends on what you get. I could easily eat at McDonald's for $2 or $3, if I ordered off the dollar menu. Same with Taco Bell, which is where I usually go for fast food, and Taco Bell has good sized items for $3.

I was mostly talking about junk food you buy in a store though. Stuff like Mac and cheese, top ramen, etc. Meals that are still kinda filling and only cost a dollar. Sometimes less.
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#10412 Oct 04 2011 at 2:20 PM Rating: Good
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I'm going to NYCC this weekend, ******** I'll never claim to fully understand what love is, but whatever it is I have it for my wife. Smiley: inlove

Also things I don't fully understand: Reincarnation. If it does exist, I'm a mass murderer on the scale of Hitler for my rampant disregard for insects and rodents, both the scurrying and flying variety. So does that mean I go down a notch on the reincarnation scale prior to reaching nirvana, or do I go up for expediting the reincarnation process for those that were brought back lower on the scale?
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#10413 Oct 04 2011 at 2:21 PM Rating: Good
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Either way, I doubt I'm doing good for my laughter and exploitation of Cripple Spider-Man. Poor kid ... funny as ****.
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#10414 Oct 04 2011 at 2:22 PM Rating: Good
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Cripple Spider-Man, Cripple Spider-Man
Can't do anything a normal kid can
Walk upright? No he can't
Just because, he's a cripple
WATCH OUT!
Here comes the Cripple Spider-Man
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#10415 Oct 04 2011 at 2:38 PM Rating: Good
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Have you not been before? I just figured every comic store in the city must know you by name now...
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#10416 Oct 04 2011 at 2:42 PM Rating: Excellent
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lolgaxe wrote:

Also things I don't fully understand: Reincarnation. If it does exist, I'm a mass murderer on the scale of Hitler for my rampant disregard for insects and rodents, both the scurrying and flying variety. So does that mean I go down a notch on the reincarnation scale prior to reaching nirvana, or do I go up for expediting the reincarnation process for those that were brought back lower on the scale?


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#10417 Oct 04 2011 at 2:52 PM Rating: Good
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Have you not been before?
Maybe two or three times. I only go to Midtown comics once a week, and its usually only to get one, maybe two comics and to get an autograph if someone I like is visiting (last week I got Dan Slott to sign a copy of ASM 667) so I doubt I'd be "known" to the hardcore geek crowd that spend their lives there. NYCC is like once a year and OH MY GOD JOHN ROMITA SR AND MARK HAMILL* ARE GOING TO BE THERE I JUST GEEKGASMED.

* ************* Luke Skywalker, it's all about The Joker. I'mma buy a Joker Mask for him to sign![/spoiler]
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#10418 Oct 04 2011 at 3:11 PM Rating: Good
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In before Mark Hamill punches lolgaxe in the face for reminding him how far his career has fallen!
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#10419 Oct 04 2011 at 3:41 PM Rating: Good
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I doubt he'd punch me for asking for an autograph for a role that he both enjoyed immensely and got awards for. But even if he did, I'd find a Polaroid, take a quick picture and ask him to autograph it for me. His Joker is just that amazing. Also, Arkham Asylum and Arkham City.

My favorite part is about 2 minutes in when he's talking about being in traffic and practicing Joker laughs. Smiley: lol
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#10420 Oct 05 2011 at 2:08 AM Rating: Good
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Mazra wrote:
My arachnophobia is increasing in... intensity. Bumped into a spider in the bathroom at my parents' house and nearly screamed out loud.
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I'll stick to my own therapy: stay away from them, or smack them silly with something at least six feet in length.


It's amazing how similar we are in this respect. My roommates were making fun of me for trying to use a broom to kill a spider last month. But it was the only thing long enough to do the job. D:
So basically, Mazra is ***? Smiley: grin




Also, be less of a wuss, spiders aren't going do hurt you anyway. Plus, they're cool looking.

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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
Junk food, cheap? What?
Eating at, say, a McDonalds would easily cost me €10, I can eat 3 healthy and much more tasty meals at home for that.


Well, it depends on what you get. I could easily eat at McDonald's for $2 or $3, if I ordered off the dollar menu. Same with Taco Bell, which is where I usually go for fast food, and Taco Bell has good sized items for $3.

I was mostly talking about junk food you buy in a store though. Stuff like Mac and cheese, top ramen, etc. Meals that are still kinda filling and only cost a dollar. Sometimes less.
Yeah, McDonalds and such are much more expensive here. For €3 I'd be able to get a hamburger and an icecream or something, that's not going to keep me satisfied for long.
I also simply don't like eating mac 'n cheese if there's not some vegetables in there. Even if it's just some peppers or leek or something and the unhealthy premade microwave meals that are edible are also €5+ so a quick stir fry with some vegetables, minced meat and some rice is cheaper, almost as quick and healthy.
I guess I'm benefiting from how I've been raised though, I've always had varied and healthy food with a limited amount of meat so that's how I eat now that I cook for myself.

Edited, Oct 5th 2011 10:12am by Aethien
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#10421 Oct 05 2011 at 2:14 AM Rating: Good
I was raised that way too, but my mom never really put any effort in to teach me how to cook. Her way of having me help make dinner was to make the salad, and that was pretty much it. So part of my issue is that I really don't know how to make that many things.
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#10422 Oct 05 2011 at 2:19 AM Rating: Good
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PigtailsOfDoom wrote:
I was raised that way too, but my mom never really put any effort in to teach me how to cook. Her way of having me help make dinner was to make the salad, and that was pretty much it. So part of my issue is that I really don't know how to make that many things.


My mom can't cook, her mom can't cook. I can cook, my dad can cook, dad's mom could cook.

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#10423 Oct 05 2011 at 2:38 AM Rating: Good
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PigtailsOfDoom wrote:
I was raised that way too, but my mom never really put any effort in to teach me how to cook. Her way of having me help make dinner was to make the salad, and that was pretty much it. So part of my issue is that I really don't know how to make that many things.
I never helped much in the kitchen either but, you know, cooking is so ridiculously easy even I don't **** up often. Smiley: grin

We also have the concept of world meals here which are boxes with a recipe and most of the ingredients. The box says what you need to get yourself (dairy, meat, vegetables) and how much of it and if you follow the simple recipe on the back of the box you'll have a meal for 2-3 people in 25 minutes. The great thing is that there's a few dozen different kinds so it's very easy to try new things.
And because it's so simple it's hard to mess up and you quickly get some cooking experience.

There is also a wealth of recipes online that anyone can make so really, saying you don't know how to cook that many things is a poor excuse. Smiley: wink
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#10424 Oct 05 2011 at 2:40 AM Rating: Good
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Oh, and it's so incredibly satisfying when you get to eat a fancy meal you made yourself. Seriously massive ego boost.
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#10425 Oct 05 2011 at 2:44 AM Rating: Excellent
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PigtailsOfDoom wrote:
I saw on CNN today that Denmark is going to start taxing unhealthy foods. Including beer. My first thought was, "Poor Maz! His beer is going to be more expensive now!"


They're taxing saturated fat at $2.8 per kilo, so it's not going to matter much, especially not when it comes to beer.

Experts also believe it won't affect our eating habits enough to matter. It was only done to allow the government to get an additional $250 million out of the industry.
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#10426 Oct 05 2011 at 6:01 AM Rating: Good
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Also, be less of a wuss, spiders aren't going do hurt you anyway. Plus, they're cool looking.


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