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#27 Dec 02 2011 at 12:02 PM Rating: Excellent
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Debalic wrote:
...and do it all over again, in a slightly different manner? Smiley: lol

I'm somewhat perturbed that there are apparently no dragons in Oblivion, though I'm still only level 3 and hunting rats and bandits.

I've been mainly doing the main quest line and some random dungeon poking and barely bothered with side quests, much less mods. I thought more side questing with a dramatically different character build (I'm currently a hack 'n slasher) might be entertaining.

That said, I've pretty much seen what there is to see as far as fauna goes and it's not super exciting (yay, more minotaurs and ogres) so who knows. I may just wrap up the main line and move on.
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#28 Dec 02 2011 at 12:02 PM Rating: Default
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oh sh*t you had to say ******* didn't you. (that was at the Woodsman since we last 3 replied all at the same time lol)

Edited, Dec 2nd 2011 1:03pm by rdmcandie
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#29 Dec 02 2011 at 12:08 PM Rating: Good
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Debalic wrote:
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You can't get a full cord out of 45 feet.

Sure can. Smiley: smile The trunk is about two feet thick for most of its length, and there's a sizeable branch, about a foot thick, ten feet long near the top. This is just what I felled; the top half of the tree came down on its own a month ago and I've already split most of that. So, allowing for gaps in the stack, the whole tree is about a cord of split logs and a few ******* of leafy brush.
FYI, I don't have a clue how large a cord of wood is nor do I care since I won't be using one or selling one.
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#31 Dec 02 2011 at 12:11 PM Rating: Good
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Smiley: oyvey We burn seal blubber. Why do you think we sell all that seal cub fur to Europe? Got too much of it sitting around.
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#32 Dec 02 2011 at 12:12 PM Rating: Good
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Uglysasquatch wrote:
Debalic wrote:
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You can't get a full cord out of 45 feet.

Sure can. Smiley: smile The trunk is about two feet thick for most of its length, and there's a sizeable branch, about a foot thick, ten feet long near the top. This is just what I felled; the top half of the tree came down on its own a month ago and I've already split most of that. So, allowing for gaps in the stack, the whole tree is about a cord of split logs and a few ******* of leafy brush.
FYI, I don't have a clue how large a cord of wood is nor do I care since I won't be using one or selling one.
It's enough for you to know that yours is smaller.

Maine actually has a weird measure for a 'pile cord' of wood, which is actually based on the measurements of a pile rather than a stack.
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#33 Dec 02 2011 at 12:14 PM Rating: Good
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Elinda wrote:
It's enough for you to know that yours is smaller.
It's enough for you to know, I haven't a clue though.
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#34 Dec 02 2011 at 1:05 PM Rating: Good
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Tonight Jonwin is taking me out to dinner so to celebrate my 53th turn around the sun today.

The rest of the weekend will be for sleeping, finish knitting a pair of socks I promise to Jonwin 2 years ago, reading the newest Tamra Pierce book and of course playing various computer games.

edit to clean up corrections to grammar.


Edited, Dec 2nd 2011 2:06pm by ElneClare
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#35 Dec 02 2011 at 2:38 PM Rating: Decent
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Elinda wrote:
Uglysasquatch wrote:
FYI, I don't have a clue how large a cord of wood is nor do I care since I won't be using one or selling one.
It's enough for you to know that yours is smaller.

Maine actually has a weird measure for a 'pile cord' of wood, which is actually based on the measurements of a pile rather than a stack.

A cord is 128 cubic feet, tightly stacked, 4'x4'x8'. A Maine cord is when you're too ***** to stack and just toss it in a pile.

I just realized I'll need another pallet or two to stack on.
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#36 Dec 02 2011 at 3:40 PM Rating: Default
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Splitting wood, watching b-ball, playing b-ball, running at the park w/dog, reading, playing the piano, watching football and if I have energy some *** on the side.

#37 Dec 02 2011 at 3:41 PM Rating: Default
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Splitting wood [...] if I have energy some *** on the side.
Good to hear you've got two new boyfriends.

Edited, Dec 2nd 2011 4:42pm by lolgaxe
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#38 Dec 02 2011 at 3:48 PM Rating: Excellent
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I guess a fat middle-aged dude like Varus can't keep it up these days if he's worried about having enough energy for *** Smiley: laugh
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#39 Dec 02 2011 at 3:59 PM Rating: Good
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Spending the last of my vacation days this week finishing up re-framing my porch. Now I know why carpenters charge so much, it @#%^ing sucks and you get sawdust in your nose holes.

Edited, Dec 2nd 2011 4:59pm by Jacobsdeception
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I'm no Bob Vila but I'm pretty sure you should stop sawing with your face.
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#41 Dec 02 2011 at 4:10 PM Rating: Good
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I'm no Bob Vila but I'm pretty sure you should stop sawing with your face.
I was reading the instructions from a 1967 Popular Mechanics and it didn't specify. You were alive back then, right? Did they have electric saws yet?
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#42 Dec 02 2011 at 4:14 PM Rating: Good
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JD sighting!

How's it going, Jacob? You still playing OGame? Did you get that "thing" I sent you?
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#43 Dec 02 2011 at 4:34 PM Rating: Good
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How's it going, Jacob? You still playing OGame? Did you get that "thing" I sent you?

What's up, Twiz? Things have been going well. Climbed my broke *** out of debt, got married, and laying the ground work for a small business if everything goes well.

It's funny you mention OGame; that's actually what got me over here last night. I, coincidentally, also recently purchased Elderscrolls: Oblivion (deluxe edition, ******** and have been completely underwhelmed with the content. I've been playing a lot of the Total War series and was looking for a new time sink that didn't impact my schedule. I'm thinking about starting an account just for giggles but probably won't commit to doing anything with it. +1 for the reposted ghosthampster **** rambling. Ahh, the good ole' days. You know, back when the Asylum was good?

Are you still playing?
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#44 Dec 02 2011 at 6:46 PM Rating: Good
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Tonight I'm treating my wife to Olive Garden. Yeah, get @ me, I'm going _all_ out here.

After that I'll settle down with a nice glass of aged scotch and skyrim.
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Tonight I'm treating my wife to Olive Garden. Yeah, get @ me, I'm going _all_ out here.


Not gonna hear it from me. I ******* love the Olive Garden.
#46 Dec 02 2011 at 11:22 PM Rating: Default
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Look dude why you always coming on to me and ****. Are you some kind of queerosexual boy?
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#47 Dec 03 2011 at 7:32 AM Rating: Good
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Look dude why you always coming on to me and sh*t. Are you some kind of queerosexual boy?
Sometimes I get really drunk, and make a post that I think is absolutely hilarious, but it is really just a flounder at best. And while alcohol isn't weed, now I know what it looks like when somebody else does it.
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I'll be going to see my cousin today, probably have a few drinks. Should be fun.
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#49 Dec 03 2011 at 9:56 AM Rating: Decent
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Look dude why you always coming on to me and sh*t. Are you some kind of queerosexual boy?
Sometimes I get really drunk, and make a post that I think is absolutely hilarious, but it is really just a flounder at best. And while alcohol isn't weed, now I know what it looks like when somebody else does it.



Wow I guess last night was a good night after all. I vaguely recall writing this but, I bet I thought it was hilarious at the time.
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#50 Dec 03 2011 at 11:27 AM Rating: Good
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How's it going, Jacob? You still playing OGame? Did you get that "thing" I sent you?

What's up, Twiz? Things have been going well. Climbed my broke *** out of debt, got married, and laying the ground work for a small business if everything goes well.

It's funny you mention OGame; that's actually what got me over here last night. I, coincidentally, also recently purchased Elderscrolls: Oblivion (deluxe edition, ******** and have been completely underwhelmed with the content. I've been playing a lot of the Total War series and was looking for a new time sink that didn't impact my schedule. I'm thinking about starting an account just for giggles but probably won't commit to doing anything with it. +1 for the reposted ghosthampster **** rambling. Ahh, the good ole' days. You know, back when the Asylum was good?

Are you still playing?


Whats up with everyone playing oblivion?
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#51 Dec 03 2011 at 11:30 AM Rating: Decent
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In the midst of the holiday season, buying a new $60 game may be a bit of a stretch. So they cut the price of Oblivion to $6 on Steam and we all jumped on it. After Christmas, and the new baby, and Thom's birthday...I'll probably get Skyrim sometime in the spring, or whenever it goes on sale.
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