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#1 May 12 2009 at 10:54 PM Rating: Excellent
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Are you still strutting around with your Gaxe in one hand and beer in the other? You old ****...

Just got my new gaming rig up and running and was cleaning up my bookmarks when I saw the good old mead hall link. Wasn't expecting to see any familiar names though. So how's life been treating you?



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What happen to the boobs & beer?

Edited, May 13th 2009 2:54am by Kyoshindi
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#2 May 12 2009 at 11:00 PM Rating: Excellent
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Kyoshindi wrote:
Are you still strutting around with your Gaxe in one hand and beer in the other? You old ****...


He's now strutting around with Ami in one hand and a bottle in the other. Smiley: lol
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#3 May 12 2009 at 11:38 PM Rating: Excellent
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Solrain wrote:
He's now strutting around with Ami in one hand and a bottle in the other. Smiley: lol
But the bottle is a novelty beer bottle, so its kind of the same thing.

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Edited, May 13th 2009 3:38am by lolgaxe
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Exactly! I did not say what was in the bottle.

Sorry, watching the new Star Trek now - I'm actually liking it so far...
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Exactly! I did not say what was in the bottle.

Sorry, watching the new Star Trek now - I'm actually liking it so far...


i was really impressed with it. tight plot, decent acting, tons of action (and "ISN'T SPACE COOL!?" action to boot), fan service of all varieties. the only thing it could have improved on in my eyes is having more murder and more nudity, but i always say that. and i always mean it.
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If you're into the more nudity and murder (as well as some historically relevant information) I'd recommend watching The Tudors.

It's oddly satisfying from an entertainment point of view, as well as a philosophical one. I'm usually not one to watch TV at all, let alone a 'piece' drama, but this show kicks *** on so many levels (as does 'The Weeds', but that's a different story). I never cared for history in school, but this show gets me interested, and makes me google **** that happens, to make sure it's historically accurate.

Very good stuff.
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#7 May 13 2009 at 4:10 AM Rating: Excellent
I'm told that's recorded in Ireland. Could be getting it mixed up though.

And kyo, you don't remember me??

You proved my existance to this board, when I couldn't post pictures yet...
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#8 May 13 2009 at 4:10 AM Rating: Excellent
I also was the clicker who clicked you to guru if I remember correctly.
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I also was the clicker who clicked you to guru if I remember correctly.
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Welcome back Kyo. Smiley: chug
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#10 May 13 2009 at 5:19 AM Rating: Good
lolgaxe wrote:

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Edited, May 13th 2009 3:38am by lolgaxe


MST3K > all.

Star Trek:
I liked it too.
Though it was creepy seeing hottie Uhura mackin' on Spock.






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mmm... boobs 'n beer... Now I feel at home.

Solrain wrote:
Exactly! I did not say what was in the bottle.

Sorry, watching the new Star Trek now - I'm actually liking it so far...


I'm still trying to find time to go see it. I'm thinking I will like it a lot.

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I'm told that's recorded in Ireland. Could be getting it mixed up though.

And kyo, you don't remember me??

You proved my existance to this board, when I couldn't post pictures yet...


I haven't forgotten you. My neck still hurts on cold mornings from all the rating whiplash I had back then. Looks like all your hard payed off though, looks like I'm still Guruing it up.

Strangely enough I have a growing desire to look up some Megan Fox...


So how's the game going these days. Almost curious to track down Kyo and drop in for a min. Almost...


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#12 May 13 2009 at 6:45 PM Rating: Excellent
I'll reply properly to this tomorrow, but I'd like to post before discretion of soberness shuts me up.

This has been a night jampacked with all 3 of the B's of awesome.

More to follow.

Best night ever.
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#16 May 14 2009 at 8:12 AM Rating: Excellent
Deadpool rip-off.

Or was it the other way?

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#17 May 15 2009 at 9:44 PM Rating: Excellent
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Dont you want to say hi to new members of the mead hallSmiley: glare

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i feel like an honorary member. like i keep coming to the party, stealing the beer everyone brought out of the refrigerator, and getting into arguments with the guests, so much so that people start assuming i'm actually supposed to be here.

edit: p.s. i really do do that ****. nowadays i'm often invited to the party, and i'll bring a big bottle-or-4-pack-or-(very rare)-6-pack, have the audacity to make sure no one else (except maybe close friend or the host) drink any of the **** i brought, then drink 20 beers hidden-or-not. no one seems to frown upon it, even though i'm basically stealing $50. it's great. in college, i would follow the noise to drunken frat party type places, find the beer/liquor, pocket as much of it as i could, and leave. in grad school (i went to a pretty stuck up grad school), i'd go to the campus pub (campus pub, what the fuck) and say to random people "buy me a beer," and they were so socially inept/terrified that they would. moral: free beer is there for you to take. go out and take it. this message brought to you by Pahn Motivational Solutions Inc.

Edited, May 16th 2009 2:15am by milich
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milich wrote:

in grad school (i went to a pretty stuck up grad school), i'd go to the campus pub (campus pub, what the fuck) and say to random people "buy me a beer," and they were so socially inept/terrified that they would. moral: free beer is there for you to take. go out and take it. this message brought to you by Pahn Motivational Solutions Inc.
If I tried that in the Waterfront (student union bar at KCL), I'd get punched in the face. But, yeah, I otherwise approve of this message.
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milich wrote:

in grad school (i went to a pretty stuck up grad school), i'd go to the campus pub (campus pub, what the fuck) and say to random people "buy me a beer," and they were so socially inept/terrified that they would. moral: free beer is there for you to take. go out and take it. this message brought to you by Pahn Motivational Solutions Inc.
If I tried that in the Waterfront (student union bar at KCL), I'd get punched in the face. But, yeah, I otherwise approve of this message.


south chicago is a strange place. if i ever see the walls of uc again, it will be too soon.
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#21 May 16 2009 at 2:36 AM Rating: Excellent
In Ireland, people hoard their beer with such rigor that if I was to try that I'd make at least 6 enemies for life.
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i feel like an honorary member. like i keep coming to the party, stealing the beer everyone brought out of the refrigerator, and getting into arguments with the guests, so much so that people start assuming i'm actually supposed to be here.

edit: p.s. i really do do that sh*t. nowadays i'm often invited to the party, and i'll bring a big bottle-or-4-pack-or-(very rare)-6-pack, have the audacity to make sure no one else (except maybe close friend or the host) drink any of the sh*t i brought, then drink 20 beers hidden-or-not. no one seems to frown upon it, even though i'm basically stealing $50. it's great. in college, i would follow the noise to drunken frat party type places, find the beer/liquor, pocket as much of it as i could, and leave. in grad school (i went to a pretty stuck up grad school), i'd go to the campus pub (campus pub, what the fuck) and say to random people "buy me a beer," and they were so socially inept/terrified that they would. moral: free beer is there for you to take. go out and take it. this message brought to you by Pahn Motivational Solutions Inc.

Edited, May 16th 2009 2:15am by milich
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in grad school (i went to a pretty stuck up grad school), i'd go to the campus pub (campus pub, what the fuck) and say to random people "buy me a beer," and they were so socially inept/terrified that they would.


That's so awesome, but so terrible at the same time XD
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Yeah, New York doesn't have too many socially inept bar hoppers, so trying to intimidate doesn't work too well. Though I do agree with milich on the whole party thing. I always bring some ********* cheap beer and then just partake in the better stuff that someone else always brings to try to impress everyone else.
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if you're looking for self-indulgence and reminiscences by some guy you've never met about a weird, unsavory place he went to because he didn't know better, please read on.

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Yeah, New York doesn't have too many socially inept bar hoppers, so trying to intimidate doesn't work too well. Though I do agree with milich on the whole party thing. I always bring some ********* cheap beer and then just partake in the better stuff that someone else always brings to try to impress everyone else.


reading over that again, i wonder if i'm being clear about what i did in chicago. um... i'm not a very physically intimidating person. i've thrown a few punches in my time, but i have a feeling that (degenerate gamers though you may all be) if i were to come up to any of you and be like "do XXX for me," (with the implicit threat of violence if you failed to comply) you'd be like "lol no".

i rather meant that (many of) the people at my school were rich, pretentious, sheltered idiots with no moral/social/intellectual integrity whatsoever, so when i'd go up to them and commit the faux pas of telling them to buy me a beer they would be so confused by the disruption in their life that they'd actually do it. "buy him a beer? what? ok..." half the time i wouldn't even talk to the buyer, and when i looked to see if they gave a sh*t, i always found that they didn't. they don't care. for one, dropping $3-$5 on a beer isn't sh*t to them. and more importantly, the people in my MA program, the philosophy department, and really the student body as a whole (that i met) predominantly seemed to view me as some sort of strange, foreign animal that never slept, made fun of everyone to their faces for seemingly no reason, had crazy hair and said sh*t that didn't make sense. the professors often sort of liked me because i did very well in class, but most of them looked at me like i was strange/crazy.

now, i'm not some asperger's creepy gamer guy. i'm pretty normal, if perhaps a bit eccentric. regardless, my point in all that self-indulgence/reminiscence is that the people there were so weirded out by me that i could have said "let me take a sh*t in your bed" and they wouldn't have been much more surprised than from "buy me a beer" or anything i said because i was weird (and a jerk). so some people were intimidated that i would belittle them publicly, but the vast majority were just so thrown by the fact that they had entered WEIRD LAND and it was talking to them that they'd just buy the beer.

stupid fucks. where i'm from it'd be like, "buy me a beer," "who the fuck are you?" (interaction ends) unless you're like hitting on someone or something. "oh, pahn, you're from the streets?" no, i mean i'm from not crazy pseudo-intellectual nonsense world where people study literal nonsense like lacan and are afraid that some guy from hartford might call them an idiot or whatever drives those fucking crazy people. seriously, i don't have anywhere near the expressive capability it would require to illustrate how weird "high academia" is if you've never seen it and you live a remotely normal life. also, if you want to read some sh*t, find some transcripts of lacan talking about psychoanalysis. that sh*t doesn't make sense. i don't mean it's heavily technical, or requires tons of background knowledge. i mean if you went sentence by sentence and logically mapped out the words, you would be unable to discern what the fuck the guy was trying to say. it's gibberish! it's not like "bad writing", or "wrong". if you met someone on the street that said sh*t like this guy, you'd run the fuck away because some crazy guy is like "you heard about The Real? see it's abstractions and sh*t, you know what i'm saying?" "man, i'm just trying to walk down this street, don't fucking kill me." sh*t is crazy! what i'm saying is these fucking lunatics owed me those beers.

tl;dr: i didn't physically intimidate people into buying me beer. rather, people at a certain rich school in the slums of chicago are fucking weird, so much so that if you insult them to their face, they buy you beer.

(just read some of this sh*t. you don't understand it, do you? you might think you're not smart enough, or not well-read enough. try this "garble garble balssalsabablagghblagh." are you smart enough for that? because it means the same thing as that sh*t. and if god forbid you find someone talking about lacan to begin with, and they *actually make sense*, it's because *they're making sh*t up*!! i could tell you i meant "life is meaningless" when i wrote "garble garble", but i didn't; i meant "garble garble". it's called nonsense. it's what babies do before they learn how to talk. people pay 50k/year to learn this sh*t. what the fuck??)

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p.s. if you're still reading this absurd post, perhaps you'll forgive a little more self-indulgence. this is an ffxi related story about my time at chicago, so i want to relate it. i lived in a dorm (on the "smoking floor", stay in school kids, don't smoke), which had a common room with internet access. i believe you had to pay for internet in your room, and if you've learned nothing else about me from this post, perhaps you've learned that i'm averse to paying for sh*t. i started in chicago right around the time i started ffxi, so i would regularly go to this large common room to level grind in the fast-paced, thrill a minute XP grind days of 2004. i was also in a fairly intensive MA program (at a school where all the classes were inherently somewhat intensive because of their strange "quarter system" as opposed to the more common semester system), taking philosophy and linguistics classes.

one day well into the year, someone from my MA program passed me by and noticed me playing ffxi. she and i had never talked (or if we had, i didn't remember it...), but we recognized each other because our program was somewhat small and there were lots of sort of group events, many of which included free beer so i was in attendance. she approached me at my table or couch or whatever and said:

<woman> "e---, i always see you at that laptop playing that game, but i never see you doing any work. i'm barely staying above water with all this work, but you seem to do pretty well in class. how the **** do you do it?"
<e---> (me) "i am a genius."

that was one of my proudest moments. addendum, i'm not really a genius, i just don't sleep so i have more time than most people.

Edited, May 17th 2009 10:09am by milich
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