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#1 May 18 2012 at 7:59 AM Rating: Excellent
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Golf and beers with the guys tomorrow, then helping the folks with lawn work on Sunday.

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#2 May 18 2012 at 8:03 AM Rating: Excellent
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Crapton of yard work. Taking my mother out for a belated Mother's Day dinner.
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FFXI LAN party on Sunday. Man am I a dork.
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Going to fiancee's horse show to lend moral support/show off the dog. Maybe see Avengers on Sunday, but no biggie if that doesn't happen.

Lots of NBA playoffs. Lots of E3 prep. Probably further discussion about the wedding (it looks to be happening in Hawaii, just after Thanksgiving).
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#6 May 18 2012 at 8:15 AM Rating: Excellent
Biking! I haven't gotten out to do a proper bike yet this year, so I'm hoping to do 100K or so.
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I'm going to go spend some money on flower planty things to fill in some spots in the flower bed where things were, but don't presently exist. That and lots of weeding. If the SpaceX launch doesn't get moved again I might watch that to see if a spaceX goes "clang" when it gets near the ISS.
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We prepare to immanentize the eschaton for the coming of the spawn who shall not be named. Thusfar, this involves me cleaning both vehicles and installing car seats. Sunday, I'll likely build an armed defensive robot designed to cleverly fend off the inevitable attempts of Hannah to slay her tiny rival.
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Work this morning, then flurry of packing, then going to the airport, then the 18 hour Long Ride over to Japan for a week.

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Birthday party for my 5th cousin 12 times removed tomorrow. Ok, she's not really that distant, but she's distant enough that I don't know our actual relationship. She's my mom's 2nd cousin's daughter, so whatever that makes us. No plans on Sunday. As much Star Wars as I can squeeze in when I'm not chasing the 3 yr old on the tricycle around the condo complex.
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Work this morning, then flurry of packing, then going to the airport, then the 18 hour Long Ride over to Japan for a week.


What for, if you don't mind me asking?
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We prepare to immanentize the eschaton for the coming of the spawn who shall not be named. Thusfar, this involves me cleaning both vehicles and installing car seats. Sunday, I'll likely build an armed defensive robot designed to cleverly fend off the inevitable attempts of Hannah to slay her tiny rival.
Scheduled induction, then? Or is the sky slowly turning black?
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Work this morning, then flurry of packing, then going to the airport, then the 18 hour Long Ride over to Japan for a week.


What for, if you don't mind me asking?


Vacation! Visiting a couple of old friends who are ex-pats with cushy jobs.

We even bought JR Rail passes so we're going to be spending a lot of time on bullet trains.
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Work this morning, then flurry of packing, then going to the airport, then the 18 hour Long Ride over to Japan for a week.


What for, if you don't mind me asking?


Vacation! Visiting a couple of old friends who are ex-pats with cushy jobs.

We even bought JR Rail passes so we're going to be spending a lot of time on bullet trains.


Very cool. I bet that'd be a nice way to see the country, having friends there who can show you around, help you communicate, etc.
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We prepare to immanentize the eschaton for the coming of the spawn who shall not be named. Thusfar, this involves me cleaning both vehicles and installing car seats. Sunday, I'll likely build an armed defensive robot designed to cleverly fend off the inevitable attempts of Hannah to slay her tiny rival.
Scheduled induction, then? Or is the sky slowly turning black?


The latter. I just told him that they won't let us bring the baby home without a car seat installed. Also, that I'll kill him if he has to go do it while I'm in the hospital...so guess what he's doing today!?

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Pfftt... they don't actually check that and it's been proven that your newborn infant is safer in the glove box. That's why God made them that size.
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I always get funny looks when I tell people this. I guess they just don't understand.
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I always get funny looks when I tell people this. I guess they just don't understand.
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My #1 goal is to make the carpet less crunchy when I walk on it. We have brown carpet, and cheerios are the #1 snack food around the house. Not the best combination in retrospect. Smiley: oyvey

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I'm doing all of the revision. All of it. Blegh, stupid end of year exams.
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My #1 goal is to make the carpet less crunchy when I walk on it. We have brown carpet, and cheerios are the #1 snack food around the house. Not the best combination in retrospect. Smiley: oyvey


If you'd had white/beige carpet, you'd have seen all the stains and mess though, so you bought yourself some time. Smiley: schooled. Speaking as someone who's basically given up on the current carpets (time for hardwood anyway). Light colors look great, until they don't anymore.

This weekend is birthday dinner for a friend of mine on Saturday, followed by the usual drinks and debauchery. Should be lots of fun. I mean, what could go wrong with eating and drinking, right?

Sunday, we return from a brief Mothers day hiatus to resume our Sunday RPG. We'll be assaulting some local vampire guy named Lord Argar/ire/er/whatever. We're unfortunately not taking him seriously because his name sounded too much like Argyle, which made us think of knitting. Which led us to speculating about what sorts of things he knits. I came up with "fang cozies", and now he's "Lord Fang Cozy", which just doesn't sound terribly scary. We imagine he's sitting in his manor home, sipping a nice cup of blood, wearing a house coat, comfy socks, and a cap (perhaps with earmuffs?), and protecting his antique furniture with nice doilies or something. Yeah. Just not too intimidating.
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#24 May 18 2012 at 3:06 PM Rating: Excellent
Aethiens weekend sounds a lot like my weekend, but I don't have canals to bike along :(
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Big party tonight, fun times to be had by all.

Working tomorrow and Sunday nights.
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Aethiens weekend sounds a lot like my weekend, but I don't have canals to bike along :(
Canals suck to bike along, gimme a forest or something to bike through, much more fun.
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Aethiens weekend sounds a lot like my weekend, but I don't have canals to bike along :(
Canals suck to bike along, gimme a forest or something to bike through, much more fun.


We used to bike through the Barataria portion of the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve when I was a kid. We stopped doing that when we had a run in on a major public road with a 6 ft alligator that chased us about half a mile before giving up.
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Wedding tonight, farmer's market tomorrow, long bike ride to the lake (weather permitting) Sunday, and extra day off to vegetate (thanks Queenie!) Monday
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Opening night for Grease is tonight! Smiley: eek I haven't been on stage for over 7 years, so I'm a bit nervous, but also very excited. Other than that, doing reading for my incomplete so I can get caught back up, and some Diablo/Dragon Age 2.
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Don't think my friends are biking this weekend, so I'll probably just hit up the bike path after work tomorrow. Dogsitting for my uncle this weekend, and I don't have a laptop so no SWTOR or D3, unless I feel like installing on his computer. I'm pretty sure I can make it a couple days without, though.

I've got to turn the garden over still. Just about time to get those tomato plants in so I shoudl probably get on that.
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Sewing involving creating the pattern for Link's tunic. Also need to make his shield, paint wooden sword from Ren Faire to look like his and get the princess belt, crown and collar made. by next Thursday. Her dress is done but for 2 snaps and the hem. Next weekend is Balticon 46 and grand kids love to appear in the Masquerade Grand mother wants to send them to sewing lessons, so they can make there own costumes.
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Downloading Diablo on my other machine as I type this. I don't know how much playing time I'll get in, still have some homework due by Sunday night. Java programming is kicking my ass. I'm also packing, I close on my condo on the 8th and still haven't found a house I like yet. The market has really been picking up here, the good ones go fast. So I'll be moving my crap into a storage unit, and in about 2 weeks I'll be sleeping at a friends till I find a place.
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Today I got my new car, did a few jobs, went to Albany for my after-hours work with the family in tow. They sat in a nearby park eating dinner and feeding the pigeons.

Tomorrow I go to the dump and back to Albany for the last day of the after-hours project. This weekend is supposed to be absolutely beautiful so we'll probably spend a lot of time at the playground.
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Stupid engine 5 overpressure! I never liked engine 5 anyyways! Here's hopeing it will be an easy fix. The "unexpected high pressure detected" in the type of engine they are using would indicate to me that either a valve unexpectedly suffered mechanical failure, or their turbine started to shed parts and ended up blocking holes. The latter would be very, very bad, as it might indicate a fatal flaw in their reusability plan.
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#36 May 20 2012 at 4:23 AM Rating: Good
Worked Friday& Saturday nights, but got to meet a young DJ by the name of Madeon, an old DJ by the name of Norman Cook (Fatboy Slim- He's a very nice guy), a singer-songwriter named James Morrison, Guy Fieri (Honestly, kind of a Diva), & got flashed while working the door of the hotel not once, but twice.

It was actually an uneventful Saturday, as opposed to last weekend when a guest locked herself out of her room naked & decided pulling the fire alarm was the appropriate response to doing so (It's not).

Sunday morning, Dim Sum with the Folks & Fiance and Rancid at the House of Blues Sunday night. Also off Monday-Tuesday, will probably be spent playing Diablo III.

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Dress and slip done the the grand daughter Princess costume except for hems. Green shirt for grandson Link's costume is almost done. Need to make him a under shirt that he can also wear to Renn Faire.

Next four days will be rush to get the accessories for both costumes done and decide what jewelry I will put in the art show.
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