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#1452 Oct 17 2013 at 11:08 AM Rating: Good
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The best screenshot of a modded Skyrim I've seen was a naked viking swimming in cabbages. I don't know how or why but it was brilliant.
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#1453 Oct 17 2013 at 11:27 AM Rating: Excellent
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That sounds brilliant.

Sadly enough I'm lacking in screen shots for large naked vikings, but that's more personal preference than lack of opportunity. There's certainly no shortage of bare-chested burly figures in that game.
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#1454 Oct 17 2013 at 2:58 PM Rating: Good
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How do you have time for work and kids and games?

I barely have time for work.
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#1455 Oct 17 2013 at 3:16 PM Rating: Excellent
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No homework. Smiley: wink

Really though work doesn't come home with me often, I try to make a point of that. I work hard for my 40+ ish hours a week, and then that's it. I probably am giving up a good bit of potential earnings that way, but so be it. Not that I have a relaxing home life or anything. When I get home I pretty much take over the kids and the wife will either take a break and hide in the other room, or get busy with things she wasn't able to accomplish during the day. It's an evening of feeding/bathing/teaching/playing with them and trying to relax a little myself. The kids go down at 8, and that gives me (us) a couple of hours to relax before bed, which is game time and exercise time and whatever else I can fit in once I get the dishes done and pick up the last of the toys.

That being said I still feel like I'm constantly fighting exhaustion and probably trying to hard to get the best of everything. Smiley: frown I'm definitely more tired now than I ever was during schooling, I guess one just learns to live with it (kids I tell ya... Smiley: rolleyes). There's certainly diminished mental capacity though, that part suck when doing a thinking job. But the no homework thing, that was big once I had finished the schooling (seriously those advanced degrees... yeesh...). It's nice just to leave work at work, at least most days.

Edited, Oct 17th 2013 2:25pm by someproteinguy
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#1456 Oct 17 2013 at 3:23 PM Rating: Good
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That's because you work too much.

Edit: I'm too slow, also no homework is the best thing about work. People say that your yeas in school are the most fun you'll have but leaving work and being done with it for the day is the best feeling in the world.


Well, short of **** and drugs and booze and all that stuff.

Edited, Oct 17th 2013 11:25pm by Aethien
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#1457 Oct 17 2013 at 3:26 PM Rating: Excellent
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I forget, 40-45 hour weeks are a lot for you lazy Europeans.

Tsk tsk... Smiley: oyvey

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#1458 Oct 17 2013 at 3:27 PM Rating: Good
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Wait, are you actually in industry? Smiley: lol

I always assume scientist = academia, but that's obviously not true most of the time. And with academia I just have to look at my supervisor who is in 90+ hours a week. Well, maybe 85 because he takes walks with his PhD student. I do think he's an extreme case, but I also think with this kind of work there's no breaks anyway so we might as well think in a place that facilitates thinking.

The only reason I go home as early as I do is that I need time to buy food. The only reason I go home 3 hours earlier than I need on late days is that the buses don't run after 9:30. Smiley: mad
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The cheap frozen vegetable store closes at 8 Smiley: frown
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Wait, are you actually in industry? Smiley: lol

I always assume scientist = academia, but that's obviously not true most of the time. And with academia I just have to look at my supervisor who is in 90+ hours a week. Well, maybe 85 because he takes walks with his PhD student. I do think he's an extreme case, but I also think with this kind of work there's no breaks anyway so we might as well think in a place that facilitates thinking.

Not really; linky. It's a privately funded research/teaching hospital. Difference, I suppose, is I'm an employee of the University (i.e. general funds, not grant-funded) rather than someone trying to do a post-doc, or run their own lab, or something. They give me a salary to run instruments, analyze data, help write up stuff for researchers, etc. I'm not on anyone's grant or anything like that. We have clients, and do specific tests and small parts of research for dozens of different labs every year.

Most of the research that I'm heavily involved in comes from our own internal R&D stuff, or collaborations with other researchers. When I do have one of my own projects in the works, the hours add up a lot more then, especially when finalizing data, and submitting and such. Most of the time though, I put in 12ish hours of work running a sample, analyzing the data and helping the client understand the results and my name gets put somewhere in the middle of an author list, or buried in the acknowledgements section. Smiley: lol

Thankfully grant writing is something I get to avoid. I'll prepare quotes for people, and help plan things out, but for the most part it's in the individual researcher's hands.

Edited, Oct 17th 2013 2:55pm by someproteinguy
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#1461 Oct 17 2013 at 3:57 PM Rating: Good
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Kalivha wrote:
The cheap frozen vegetable store closes at 8 Smiley: frown
Fresh veggies are better anyway.
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#1462 Oct 17 2013 at 4:03 PM Rating: Good
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Fresh veggies take even more time to buy.

Protein, I kind of used to feel like I wanted that type of position; no pressure to get first author X times a year, no grant writing, etc.
Now I know stuff about research councils and grants that some faculty don't even seem to know because it's interesting.

But then, grad school application forms are sometimes the best part of my day.

(Especially since there are these moments... today's research was figuring out that the function I need the source code for is proprietary while most of the software package it came in is open source, which means I'll spend all day tomorrow figuring out whether it's even the right function because the results are a wee bit erratic. I'll probably try and get this vector analysis lecturer I know for half an hour or so to work out a generalised, analytical version of that function myself because waiting to get a dev license on some random code that might not even be analytical is too high risk imo and I just need to figure out how to compute the Laplacian of a series, mostly.)
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#1463 Oct 17 2013 at 4:09 PM Rating: Good
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Fresh veggies take even more time to buy.
But they're also more tasty so it's worth it.
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#1464 Oct 17 2013 at 4:14 PM Rating: Good
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In the battle between food and sleep, sleep will win unless I'm extremely hungry.
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someproteinguy wrote:
I forget, 40-45 hour weeks are a lot for you lazy Europeans.
I want my 40hr/week back, damnit. Smiley: motz Now it's "Oh, since you're here how about helping out with some of the night training?" and ha ha salary.
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#1466 Oct 17 2013 at 4:19 PM Rating: Good
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I try to keep my workweek between 30-35 hours in 4 days. Mostly because if I work more I start to go crazy...
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#1467 Oct 17 2013 at 4:26 PM Rating: Excellent
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Protein, I kind of used to feel like I wanted that type of position; no pressure to get first author X times a year, no grant writing, etc.
Now I know stuff about research councils and grants that some faculty don't even seem to know because it's interesting.
TBH there's lots of time's I'm jealous of your kind of work. The thought of being able to focus on a single project or two and be able to follow an idea from beginning to end would be great. As is they'll be a 100+ different research projects I'll dabble in during a year, each one has their own unique needs and twists on the data. Trying to keep everything straight and moving forward is taxing at best (It's kinda like raid healing in WoW, with the extra twist that each of your different healing spells work differently on each player. Smiley: rolleyes).

And while me being first author on something is really a bit of a bonus, visibility for the lab is important. The supervising types like to see your name on lots of acknowledgment summaries and author lists, they want to see the people you do work for get grants funded, and they want the money we charge researchers to cover our costs as much as possible.

Thankfully though I'm not in hot water if one of my ideas doesn't pan out. If a researcher has a bad idea, and can just say "nope, this didn't work" and move on. They're the one left trying to salvage things, not an enviable position. Smiley: frown

Also, fresh fruit > fresh veggies. Smiley: nod


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#1468 Oct 17 2013 at 4:29 PM Rating: Good
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someproteinguy wrote:
Also, fresh fruit > fresh veggies. Smiley: nod
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#1469 Oct 17 2013 at 4:32 PM Rating: Excellent
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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
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Also, fresh fruit > fresh veggies. Smiley: nod
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Life is about choices, you can't afford everything! Smiley: motz

Besides kids don't eat veggies much, they eat more fruit. Best spend the money on something fresh they'll benefit from. Smiley: nod
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People say that your yeas in school are the most fun you'll have but leaving work and being done with it for the day is the best feeling in the world.


I picked the wrong line of work, I see.
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#1471 Oct 17 2013 at 10:34 PM Rating: Good
Hey guys, I'm not dead! My laptop broke last month, and so I was without a computer for a couple weeks. Then I just forgot to check in here. Tonight I'm procrastinating writing a paper. Do you feel used and dirty yet?

also, I got a new kitten. I think almost all of you have me on facebook, so you should be able to see that.
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TBH there's lots of time's I'm jealous of your kind of work. The thought of being able to focus on a single project or two and be able to follow an idea from beginning to end would be great. As is they'll be a 100+ different research projects I'll dabble in during a year, each one has their own unique needs and twists on the data.


The thing is, while I have ideas for my project and scribblings that look like srs maths, I have till February to make it work. If it works, I get first author on a paper that has the potential to get a crapload of citations. If it doesn't, it's time intensive enough that I might just be screwed. My supervisor keeps saying that it's technically a PhD level project.

I can solve it numerically and it becomes a bit more trivial, and a bit less useful. That'd definitely give me time to do some applications work and get second author on some rather irrelevant papers that no one's gonna cite, but I'd love to at least set up our next PhD student to continue my stuff, so it's a matter of "how much sleep do you need this year?"

Similarly, at graduate level... I've been talking to this amazing guy who'd be like my dream supervisor for a few days now, and my project proposal is right up his alley, but it's a very high effort and high risk kind of project and he basically said I need to do applications at MPhil level for now (because the PhD programme doesn't exist yet) but should just apply for that with him and stay on for the PhD.

At least at PhD level there are a few years to get this stuff done and it seems common practice for supervisors to just kind of dump extra applications work on students. Smiley: lol

Anyway, it sounds like you have a secure job, which is awesome.

I don't actually get Aethien's sentiment because I like this stuff enough to prioritise it over my private life most of the time.
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Hey guys, I'm not dead! My laptop broke last month, and so I was without a computer for a couple weeks. Then I just forgot to check in here. Tonight I'm procrastinating writing a paper. Do you feel used and dirty yet?

also, I got a new kitten. I think almost all of you have me on facebook, so you should be able to see that.
I don't have facebook anymore so imgur link please.


Also , sup?
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#1475 Oct 18 2013 at 7:53 AM Rating: Good
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Why aren't you on Facebook? Rebel or tired of people posting entirely irrelevant information there?
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I just stopped visiting after I got bored with bejeweled, turns out that was the only reason I actually visited the site.
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#1477 Oct 18 2013 at 9:11 AM Rating: Excellent
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PigtailsOfDoom wrote:
Hey guys, I'm not dead!

Smiley: yippee Smiley: yippee Yay! Smiley: yippee Smiley: yippee

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Working on it.


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There are other good ways to keep in touch with people, and if they're also taking all of my personal information and using it to spam me with stuff they're at least less overt about it. Smiley: rolleyes
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#1478 Oct 18 2013 at 10:15 AM Rating: Good
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Facebook is just a messaging platform for me at this point. Easy way to maintain some constant threads with no effort, and I can take them across platforms from my phone to my PC.

The whole newsfeed and page portion? Yeah, my newsfeed is mostly just DA3 updates at this point. Smiley: lol
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That's what I used FB for but I just use skype now, works on my phone as well.
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#1480 Oct 18 2013 at 11:23 AM Rating: Good
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FB got real tiring real fast for me when I started getting friend requests from people I hated in high school who were kind enough then to hate me also.

I have over a dozen pending friend requests, some of which go back years. For some reason, I think that not responding has to be more irritating to the person requesting than just dismissing them. Whatever.

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#1481 Oct 18 2013 at 11:29 AM Rating: Good
I don't do imgur. I'm old school, I still use my photobucket account.

Chauncey in Buddha sit.
On my roommate's lap. She edited it, not me so no hate Aeth.
Chauncey on my lap.
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Awww, it's fuzzy. Smiley: inlove
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Chauncey in Buddha sit.
On my roommate's lap. She edited it, not me so no hate Aeth.
Chauncey on my lap.
Your kitty looks so sad with the floppy ears. Smiley: frown

Also my cats, since I don't think you've seen them?
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It's been a long time since I've had a beer that overwhelmed my tastebuds but De Molen did it with their Hel & Verdoemenis Wild Turkey BA. It's like a concentrated imperial stout with added whiskey, vanilla and some oak and leather flavours and an almost oil like consistency.
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Yay, Pigtails. Although we are both on FB, at least. Smiley: lol

My reason for staying on Facebook is that it's a good bragging platform and is *the best* place for networking. I got my first academic job through Facebook, and for 3/4 grad school options I'm applying to I've got everything set up to sort out accommodation through it. LinkedIn is dead, the only reason I even remember I have a profile is that I have professional contacts in countries without Facebook.
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i dropped facebook about 3-4 year ago for the reasons above
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In related news, I just went on LinkedIn and a relevant person actually checked out my profile. I suppose it's good that I keep it up to date.
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And my cats killed a squirrel last night Smiley: frown
Squirrels don't look so cute anymore when they're dead and sort of torn apart...
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#1489 Oct 19 2013 at 5:15 AM Rating: Good
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Your cats are becoming dangerous.

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As long as they don't drag their prey inside it's ok with me.
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Running 5-mans is depressing.

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My Druid's wearing almost all JP epics now, but I keep getting put in groups with raid geared people. My brain just won't accept that 40 item levels should warrant a 460% increase in damage output. It looks ridiculous, but I guess it's no different from the other expansions.

Just makes me feel like waste of space when I jump in with my ~60k DPS. I've seen healers do more damage than that.

I also think there's something wrong with the scaling of the various classes, because my Warrior is doing more DPS than above in PvP blues. Makes no sense.

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LolWOW.
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#1493 Oct 19 2013 at 3:20 PM Rating: Good
Yeah, I've seen your kitties. They're very cute.

Chauncey is a Scottish Fold. It's more of a genetic mutation than an actual breed, but it's considered a breed for some reason. I think he might have some Maine **** in him too, because he has huge feet and similar markings to a Maine ****. They don't look like tabby stripes to me. Plus when I took him to the vet he weighs half a pound more than average for his age. Which, when you only weigh 2.5 lbs, is quite a big jump.
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He looks adorable either way. I hope he doesn't share a Maine ****'s dislike for sitting on laps though.

And for some reason I've ended up with small cats again, Wilson will grow into an average size cat if he buffs up a little but he'll still be small for a male cat and pink is tiny (although she still bosses her brother around).
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#1495 Oct 19 2013 at 8:55 PM Rating: Good
Oh no, he's a huge lap cat and cuddler. With time, I'll be able to break him of the habit of attacking hands and feet and he'll be a perfect cat. He gets along great with my roommate (and boyfriend's other gf)'s cat Daphne. My boyfriend's cat Sugar though wants nothing to do with him. She keeps growling and hissing at him and trying to eat his food. So he chases her and harasses her for revenge. Hopefully they get used to each other in time.
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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
Squirrels don't look so cute anymore when they're dead and sort of torn apart...
A few years ago we were having a barbeque in the backyard when suddenly there was this loud buzz, pop, and thud. We all turned around, and it turned out it was a squirrel that, for whatever reason decided to bite into a powerline and suicided itself. It was actually on fire.
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#1497 Oct 19 2013 at 11:36 PM Rating: Good
Natural selection at work.
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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
Squirrels don't look so cute anymore when they're dead and sort of torn apart...
A few years ago we were having a barbeque in the backyard when suddenly there was this loud buzz, pop, and thud. We all turned around, and it turned out it was a squirrel that, for whatever reason decided to bite into a powerline and suicided itself. It was actually on fire.
Dinner and a show!
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YOU'RE AN ELITIST @#%^ AETHIEN, NO WONDER YOU HAVE NO FRIENDS AND PEOPLE HATE YOU.
someproteinguy wrote:
Aethien you take more terrible pictures than a Japanese tourist.
Astarin wrote:
One day, Maz, you'll learn not to click on anything Aeth links.
#1499 Oct 20 2013 at 4:10 AM Rating: Good
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lolgaxe wrote:
His Excellency Aethien wrote:
Squirrels don't look so cute anymore when they're dead and sort of torn apart...
A few years ago we were having a barbeque in the backyard when suddenly there was this loud buzz, pop, and thud. We all turned around, and it turned out it was a squirrel that, for whatever reason decided to bite into a powerline and suicided itself. It was actually on fire.


Well, city squirrels are insane.
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#1500 Oct 20 2013 at 4:20 AM Rating: Good
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The ones here mostly just run up and down trees. And apparently enough in between trees for my cats to catch one.
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Theophany wrote:
YOU'RE AN ELITIST @#%^ AETHIEN, NO WONDER YOU HAVE NO FRIENDS AND PEOPLE HATE YOU.
someproteinguy wrote:
Aethien you take more terrible pictures than a Japanese tourist.
Astarin wrote:
One day, Maz, you'll learn not to click on anything Aeth links.
#1501 Oct 20 2013 at 1:09 PM Rating: Good
lolgaxe wrote:
His Excellency Aethien wrote:
Squirrels don't look so cute anymore when they're dead and sort of torn apart...
A few years ago we were having a barbeque in the backyard when suddenly there was this loud buzz, pop, and thud. We all turned around, and it turned out it was a squirrel that, for whatever reason decided to bite into a powerline and suicided itself. It was actually on fire.


That is hilarious.
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