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#8352 Oct 16 2015 at 2:04 PM Rating: Good
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the one i saw had a few different your face is ugly jokes

they varied in the amount of lulz they packed
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#8353 Oct 19 2015 at 10:59 AM Rating: Good
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It seems like the very worst the Deadpool movie will be is good entertainment. And considering that isn't something you can say going into any of the other Fox Marvel movies...

So how's life for everyone? I'm getting my tonsils out early Nov. That'll be fun.
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#8355 Oct 19 2015 at 11:42 AM Rating: Good
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I'll be content as long as we don't get another Barakapool.

Life is life. Dealing with a kindergartner who now has outside influences is smidge terrifying. At least with getting your tonsils out you have a built in excuse for lots of sherbet and cookies.
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#8356 Oct 19 2015 at 12:26 PM Rating: Good
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Just remember, schools frown on military dads brutalizing the other children.
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#8357 Oct 19 2015 at 1:06 PM Rating: Good
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Life is pretty good. Work is keeping me busy, but I still find time to be a total geek... which I suppose isn't that hard when my work consists of at least 50% science and tech.

People around me seem to be getting married and having kids, and I have no idea why. I know I've hit that age where I'm supposed to settle down with someone and consider doing my part to ensure the survival of the species, but I just don't feel like it yet. I'm way too fond of my private space, and I don't have much energy to do the whole dating thing right now. And honestly, when you're a surrogate father for 25 teenagers 6 hours every day, the thought of having one around 24/7 is kinda terrifying.
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#8358 Oct 19 2015 at 2:46 PM Rating: Good
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Hahaha, I get that. You're still super young, though, so no rush for you if you think you want a kid some day.

My brother just got married, and he and his wife are probably gonna pop out kids right away. Side note: that means I'm now the only single of the 4 kids. Permanent 7th wheel. Smiley: lol
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#8359 Oct 20 2015 at 7:45 AM Rating: Good
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The worst part about having kids is the realization that you can't spend 24/7 with them, and someone installs emotions into you. Like when you install iTunes or something onto your computer and you're not paying attention and suddenly your web browser has fifty new search bars and popups.
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#8360 Oct 20 2015 at 9:11 AM Rating: Excellent
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My daughter is now back home living with us again. With my granddaughter (2yo), who jabbers incessantly and insists on watching youtube vids of ducklings or Peppa Pig with me. My life is hell and I'm loving it!.

Also, I finally read all of the Star Wars books. I still haven't seen the last three movies and I don't seem to care to. And I found this blog post a while back about the Machete Order which is fascinating and I love it. (Ha! I just googled it for the url and I see Time did an article on it back in April.) I broke down and got myself a Kindle and my reading has increased exponentially, back to what it was 20 years ago before I got sick of reading all day for work and found no pleasure in reading for fun any longer.

I also re-read the LotR trilogy again, for the fifth or sixth time. I've lost count but that's over the course of 40 years so it's not that crazy. A couple of biographies (Supreme Court justices, Patton) and a book about the Battle of Midway. Now I'm hunting for something to read, and thinking seriously about re-reading some great books, like Catch-22 or Shogun maybe. I do like to re-read books that I like. Open to suggestions though.

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#8361 Oct 20 2015 at 10:21 AM Rating: Good
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Also I finally read all of the Star Wars books.
Marvel has a Star Wars line. I'm not a particular fan of most of it, but the Darth Vader ones are amusing, if only for the psycho murder-droid sidekicks.
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#8362 Oct 20 2015 at 11:34 AM Rating: Good
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The worst part about having kids is the realization that you can't spend 24/7 with them, and someone installs emotions into you.


I'm not much of a baby guy. I don't mind them, but I'm not enthralled by their chubby little faces. I know I'm a bit of Negative Nancy, but do a CBA on having a kid, and you'll see that "but they're so cute" doesn't carry a whole lot of weight. I guess I need to find that one thing that completely tips the scale. What was it for you guys? What was it that made you look at all the sacrifices you'd make - forever - and go "Psh, worth it"?
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#8363 Oct 20 2015 at 11:58 AM Rating: Good
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Probably the knowledge that I had like 10% in making it had a lot to do with it. Maybe a biologically ingrained reaction from our ancestry to assure the survival of our species and personal clans/lineages.
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#8364 Oct 20 2015 at 2:01 PM Rating: Good
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got my tickets for the new star wars film today, the hype is real

also i really like the machete order thing, makes a lot of sense

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#8365 Oct 21 2015 at 7:09 AM Rating: Good
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Congratulations, since tickets seem to be sold out in ... all of America.

Oh, and cynyck ... the Mets are 3-0 against the Cubs in the NLCS heading into the World Series. Is ... is the world ending? The Mets and the Cubs anywhere near the WS has got to be a sign of the apocalypse.

Edited, Oct 21st 2015 10:39am by lolgaxe
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#8366 Oct 21 2015 at 10:34 AM Rating: Good
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they are still a professional baseball teams?

i thought they died of shame years ago
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#8367 Oct 22 2015 at 7:20 AM Rating: Good
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They were just resting. Smiley: mad

Edited, Oct 22nd 2015 9:20am by lolgaxe
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#8368 Oct 22 2015 at 9:12 AM Rating: Good
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The Mets were destined to win for two reasons. The Chicago Cubs have diehard fans. The Cubbies are cursed, they never get to the World Series, but their fans are always there for them. They had to lose, it wouldn't be a great story otherwise.

The Mets, on the other hand, a team I have followed since childhood because my dad was an old Brooklyn Dodgers fan, and all old Dodgers fans became Mets fans after The Great Betrayal, always win in July and August, and crash mightily at the end of September. They do this to remind their fans that they are nothing, and because they are nothing the Dodgers left them standing at the altar. They had to win, it wouldn't be a great set-up for another great disappointment otherwise.

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#8369 Oct 22 2015 at 12:59 PM Rating: Good
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The Royals and Blue Jays aren't exactly winning clubhouses either, maybe not to the degree the Mets and Cubs are. This year is a veritable parade of underdogs. I'm letting myself get hyped and possibly crushed by reality, thank you very much. Also, I get to go to bars for the games in a deal my wife thought she had the upperhand in.
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#8370 Oct 22 2015 at 4:31 PM Rating: Good
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im sure she somehow does have the upper hand and you just havent realized it yet
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#8371 Oct 23 2015 at 10:16 AM Rating: Good
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im sure she somehow does have the upper hand and you just havent realized it yet
This man knows things.

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#8372 Oct 26 2015 at 7:10 AM Rating: Good
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I did enjoy the new SW trailer. It was a bit TOO skimpy with the details, but I think they struck a good tone with the nostalgia. It was there, but it wasn't coasting on it.
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#8373 Oct 26 2015 at 9:34 AM Rating: Good
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I like my trailers to be lacking details. Just show me the actors and their costumes, and a little of the premise and I'm a happy camper. Really, the new trend for horror movies to show what appears to be the exact same audience reacting to the movie got under my skin real quick.
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#8374 Oct 28 2015 at 1:35 PM Rating: Good
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Fkn Familia. Smiley: motz

I got painfully black out drunk because FOURTEEN "CAPITALIZED ASTERISKS" INNINGS WILL DO THAT TO YOU. God I hope tonight is only nine. I don't think I can take four more nights like that.
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#8375 Oct 29 2015 at 9:28 AM Rating: Good
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When I said "in nine" I meant with my team ahead. Smiley: frown
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#8376 Oct 30 2015 at 12:33 PM Rating: Good
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at least you can look forward to the nets or knicks as nba season just started

hahahahahahahaha
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#8377 Nov 02 2015 at 8:40 AM Rating: Good
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It's still a bit of an adjustment that the Nets are New York.
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#8378 Nov 02 2015 at 10:48 AM Rating: Good
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When I said "in nine" I meant with my team ahead. Smiley: frown
Sorry Bud. Being older than you, I at least knew what the ultimate result would be.

Just remember, good pitching always beats good hitting. Smiley: dubious

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#8379 Nov 02 2015 at 12:00 PM Rating: Good
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We had good pitching! And good hitting! And fielding! We were literally leading by one or two going into the 8th/9th three of the games we lost! F'king closers ... Smiley: motz
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#8380 Nov 03 2015 at 9:33 AM Rating: Good
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Yeah, I know we had great pitching. I was just being the quintessential sardonic Mets fan. Good pitching beats good hitting, unless that pitcher is wearing a Mets uniform because the Mets are destined to always find a way to lose. Unfortunately, this time there was no Bill Buckner at first.

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#8381 Nov 03 2015 at 11:48 AM Rating: Good
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No, we had a Familia. Smiley: motz

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#8382 Nov 03 2015 at 12:48 PM Rating: Good
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im interested

what story arc are they basing the movie?

is this new lore or ret-con lore?

so many questions, so little coffee
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#8383 Nov 04 2015 at 9:43 AM Rating: Good
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No clue. It crosses my geekfeeds™ occasionally but I'm not interested enough in the topic to investigate beyond that. In fact, before that little clip I kind of thought a Warcraft movie was a really elaborate April Fool's joke.
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#8384 Nov 04 2015 at 1:45 PM Rating: Good
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The 360º video where you fly over Stormwind is pretty badass, too.
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#8385 Nov 04 2015 at 2:47 PM Rating: Good
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I thought that was for the next game expansion. Smiley: um
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im interested

what story arc are they basing the movie?

is this new lore or ret-con lore?

so many questions, so little coffee


It's Warcraft I, essentially. In the promotional materials the main human is King Llane Wrynn, the main orc is Durotan. The movie is supposed to depict the First War.
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#8387 Nov 05 2015 at 11:15 AM Rating: Good
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so the jaina and thrall love scene wont be a thing?
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#8388 Nov 05 2015 at 2:47 PM Rating: Good
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It'll be part of the Blu-Ray extras.
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#8389 Nov 06 2015 at 10:39 AM Rating: Excellent
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so the jaina and thrall love scene wont be a thing?
zug zug!

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#8390 Nov 06 2015 at 1:41 PM Rating: Good
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Trailer is up, for whatever that is worth.

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#8391 Nov 07 2015 at 10:45 AM Rating: Good
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Disappointed by the lack of magic in the trailer, but the CGI looks pretty good.
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#8392 Nov 10 2015 at 11:14 PM Rating: Good
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im disappointed by the lack of hot jaina on thrall lovin'....

BUT apparently it is from when the humans met the orcs time frame so i'll let it slide

still hawt neekid jaina gettin' it on with thrall would be a great movie plot.
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#8393 Nov 11 2015 at 11:30 AM Rating: Good
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gettin' it on with thrall
Or Sylvanas. Sylvanas would be fine too.

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Thank GOD the Jessica Jones series came out today.

So I had my tonsils out two weeks ago, which really sucked. And the day my doctor gave me approval to eat solid food, I ended up in the hospital with intense GI pain.

I am so bored.
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#8395 Nov 20 2015 at 12:39 PM Rating: Good
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Thank GOD the Jessica Jones series came out today.
I just started watching, but so far so good. Dr Who has some acting range. Smiley: um

Congratulations on surviving.
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Is that a *** Trinity? Some nerds were VERY happy on Friday. This series has potential. Smiley: nod

And yeah, I lived. My GI track is still ******, but I'm alive. Turns out I might have Crohn's, which would explain a lifetime of issues. No doctor had ever tested me before, I don't think. At least it'll be a mild case, if I do.
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#8397 Nov 22 2015 at 9:03 AM Rating: Good
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Oh right. Fucking dumbass filter.
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#8398 Nov 23 2015 at 9:28 AM Rating: Good
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Is that a gay Trinity? Some nerds were VERY happy on Friday.
For what it's worth, she'll probably show up in Iron Fist, if that ever gets rolling.
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#8399 Nov 24 2015 at 11:27 AM Rating: Good
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Is that a *** Trinity? Some nerds were VERY happy on Friday. This series has potential. Smiley: nod

And yeah, I lived. My GI track is still ******, but I'm alive. Turns out I might have Crohn's, which would explain a lifetime of issues. No doctor had ever tested me before, I don't think. At least it'll be a mild case, if I do.


POOP TRANSPLANT !!!!!!!!!

what is this show you speak of?

edit: because doo doo is a bad word....

Edited, Nov 24th 2015 7:28am by Horsemouth
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#8400 Nov 24 2015 at 1:08 PM Rating: Good
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New Netflix show. Pretty decent for a cape show.
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#8401 Nov 30 2015 at 1:53 AM Rating: Good
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I broke down and got myself a Kindle and my reading has increased exponentially, back to what it was 20 years ago before I got sick of reading all day for work and found no pleasure in reading for fun any longer.



Same here. Was unsure I would like the Kindle but in the 6 years since I first bought it I have read on average a book every 2 weeks. Compared to maybe half a dozen a year or so in the years prior to buying it.

And the suitcase space saving on holidays is amazing! - Used to take 10-12 books for a 3 week holiday with me....

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