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#1 Jun 13 2012 at 8:30 AM Rating: Excellent
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Anyone getting married, boning anyone interesting, decided to run for office, FINALLY PUSHED OUT A BABY ALREADY? Just checking in. I don't feel like talking politics.

Some random topics:

--Just started watching Boss with Joph yesterday. I like it because it a) features Chicago, b) makes it easy to continue hating Kelsey Grammar. I know I should hold his RL persona and TV persona as separate, but **** it, he's a douchedribble.

--I just realized I may have to go gluten-free due to my overall **** post-baby health, and I am celebrating bread this week. Anyone eat gluten-free?

--I have realized I can hypnotize the baby out of a tantrum by slowly counting to ten. If I count to thirty he is like a limp, spacey doll. Ever stumbled upon a truly effective disciplinary technique like that?

--When I was younger, the only video game I only enjoyed was Ultima. I liked killing stags in the forest, eating them, making clothing and breaking into people's houses to bake bread. I never found any **** I think I found a dragon or something once but who cares. I need a game like this where I don't have to pay $5 for 20 Hello Kitty coins to buy my puppy a Santa costume.

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#2 Jun 13 2012 at 8:33 AM Rating: Good
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I've found a swift smack to the hand, when done moderately, quells any temper tantrum.
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I've found a swift smack to the hand, when done moderately, quells any temper tantrum.
I don't default to hitting unless he is reaching for a hot stove or anything, and frankly, he's so young it doesn't register as a punishment so why bother for me. A simple "Nuh-uh-uh" reduces him to tears.
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It amuses me that Skyrim would be close to perfect for someone who just wants to make pot pies and tomato soup all day, roam around people's homes, pick flowers, chase butterflies and hassle the occasional deer or rabbit.

It's too bad that you'd have no interest in killing things. You could be the first person in the history of the game who's excited to fight their way to the bottom of an ancient catacomb and find a barrel of cabbages.

Sadly, Skyrim doesn't have tailoring.
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You can craft leather armor though, and I think there are mods that let you craft regular clothes as well.
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Her netbook isn't going to play Skyrim anyway so it's pretty academic.
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--I just realized I may have to go gluten-free due to my overall sh*tty post-baby health, and I am celebrating bread this week. Anyone eat gluten-free?

A good friend of mine has to eat gluten-free, and she swears by Whole Foods. Honestly, I've tried some of the stuff she buys, and it's not half bad.
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In the past three weeks, my mother has been in the hospital for a possible heart attack, my oldest came down with croup and now the infant has a cold (and the rest of us are all sick, too). It's been very tough around here lately.

In better news, I scored a nice keyboard, and a small secondary monitor (both Dell) from work yesterday. Now I just gotta de-clutter this place so I can set the second monitor up...
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Kelsey Grammar rocks.

There are several gluten free beers on the market that are quite tasty. DO NOT buy rice bread, it's really just a loaf of overcooked rice.

mimic the rhythm of your heartbeat, and make the standard "shhhhshing" sound. Anything to make the baby think it's in the womb short of actually reinserting said baby.

I heard Ultima is like that game.
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Jophiel wrote:
Her netbook isn't going to play Skyrim anyway so it's pretty academic.

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--I just realized I may have to go gluten-free due to my overall sh*tty post-baby health, and I am celebrating bread this week. Anyone eat gluten-free?

A good friend of mine has to eat gluten-free, and she swears by Whole Foods. Honestly, I've tried some of the stuff she buys, and it's not half bad.
No it's not bad, just mad expensive. I can shop Jewel for organic and such, I just bought an awesome salmon filet at Dominick's. It just means more planning and cooking at home, both of which have become pretty hateful chores to me since the baby. My energy is zero and I get home and it seems like he is just an attention and energy vortex. I can't imagine making gluten free pancakes. I just want to throw a mcmuffin at everyone in my family.

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In the past three weeks, my mother has been in the hospital for a possible heart attack, my oldest came down with croup and now the infant has a cold (and the rest of us are all sick, too). It's been very tough around here lately.

In better news, I scored a nice keyboard, and a small secondary monitor (both Dell) from work yesterday. Now I just gotta de-clutter this place so I can set the second monitor up...
Yikes, I hope everyone feels better. That sucks when the kids are sick. We have so many computers, I think we're finally tapped out--we even bought one from woot for Joph Jr for Christmas...
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#11 Jun 13 2012 at 10:17 AM Rating: Excellent
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Kelsey Grammar rocks.
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There are several gluten free beers on the market that are quite tasty. DO NOT buy rice bread, it's really just a loaf of overcooked rice.
Not a beer gal. I read white wine and other liquors are out, but red is in? I wonder why. Also, some lists allow rice and some don't. Same with taters.

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mimic the rhythm of your heartbeat, and make the standard "shhhhshing" sound. Anything to make the baby think it's in the womb short of actually reinserting said baby.
My baby hasn't been in the womb for 20 months. I don't think I can fool him anymore. The other day I tried whispering to him to be quiet, and he whispered back, "No."

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Skyrim?
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Her netbook isn't going to play Skyrim anyway so it's pretty academic.

Smiley: frown

I'll get to work on getting you a new computer immedi---
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---awwwww.... Smiley: frown
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#13 Jun 13 2012 at 12:11 PM Rating: Excellent
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I would never dream of telling you to not get me a gift. Smiley: wink2
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Besides, you can hook them all together and develop Skynet.
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Nothing to report, but hey, you're the one who jinxed me by going with Friday.

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#16 Jun 13 2012 at 1:56 PM Rating: Excellent
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Nothing to report, but hey, you're the one who jinxed me by going with Friday.
Don't blame me. I'm not the holdout camping out in your uterus. I'll tell you right now---breed with wiseacre craniums, reap wiseass children.
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Dealing with wedding preparations, but it's exhausting enough to deal with, let alone report.
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Did I mention I got a job? Cause I did. Got a job, that is. I know I put it on Facebook, but I know the rest of you have been impatiently waiting for news of my life. So there it is. I has job.
#19 Jun 13 2012 at 3:04 PM Rating: Good
I haz new boytoy, and the lead in the next community theater production. I get to be a female pirate captain. Smiley: grin That's about the extent of my excitement.
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Did I mention I got a job? Cause I did. Got a job, that is. I know I put it on Facebook, but I know the rest of you have been impatiently waiting for news of my life. So there it is. I has job.


Congratulations duck, that's fantastic!

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I haz new boytoy, and the lead in the next community theater production. I get to be a female pirate captain. Smiley: grin That's about the extent of my excitement.

To steal a line from the new Tim Allen sitcom, Do your panties say "booty"?

(hopefully you pull off the outfit as well as Nancy Travis does!)
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Since Ray Bradbury died, I figured I might as well read some of his books that I haven't read in a while. So, I bought this. It showed up on my doorstep today. I'll be spend my free time reading that.

Also, a stray cat decided to start living in my yard. It had kittens. Now, I have four homeless cats living in my yard. The mother is fairly friendly, I suspect someone may have dropped her off when they realized she was pregnant. The kittens are actually pretty cute. but shy. So far only one of them will let me touch it. The others will let me get close, but run off if I try to pet them. They're about the right age to be on their own, I'm hoping to find homes for them.
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I haz new boytoy

You're the one who's all about open polygamous relationships, right?
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Nexa wrote:
Nadenu wrote:
Did I mention I got a job? Cause I did. Got a job, that is. I know I put it on Facebook, but I know the rest of you have been impatiently waiting for news of my life. So there it is. I has job.


Congratulations duck, that's fantastic!

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I haz new boytoy, and the lead in the next community theater production. I get to be a female pirate captain. Smiley: grin That's about the extent of my excitement.

To steal a line from the new Tim Allen sitcom, Do your panties say "booty"?

(hopefully you pull off the outfit as well as Nancy Travis does!)


Nope, but that's a neat idea! I should totally find some that say that.

@Demea: Yes. This is significant to me, because I'm over 200 miles away from my primary and other guys. So yay for me having someone to cuddle and do other stuffs with on a regular basis again. Smiley: grin
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Dealing with wedding preparations, but it's exhausting enough to deal with, let alone report.
Congrats.

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Did I mention I got a job? Cause I did. Got a job, that is. I know I put it on Facebook, but I know the rest of you have been impatiently waiting for news of my life. So there it is. I has job.
Congrats!

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I haz new boytoy, and the lead in the next community theater production. I get to be a female pirate captain. Smiley: grin That's about the extent of my excitement.
Congrats and don't get teh HIV.
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I would have thought a pirate's more immediate concern would be scurvy.

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No matter what anyone tells you, gluten free bread would taste better if they tried to make it taste like ass.

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No matter what anyone tells you, gluten free bread would taste better if they tried to make it taste like ass.


My mother has Celiac disease. I've tried numerous gluten free breads that she's tried. All are disgusting. The worst I've tried was one based on a tapioca... the bread had to be refrigerated, and had the consistency of a firm pudding. Various crackers, cookies, and pastas she has taste just fine, but any breads are just nasty. She has given up on bread.

I'm glad I did not inherit it from her. I enjoy bread and other wheat products too much.


I got a "raise" today. 2.5%. I say "raise" because in reality they are just in the process of giving back small portions of the 10% they took from us back in 2008 when the economy crashed. With this 2.5%, it makes it 6.5% returned. They still owe us 3.5%, and then I'll be back to making what I was five years ago.

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I haz new boytoy, and the lead in the next community theater production. I get to be a female pirate captain. Smiley: grin That's about the extent of my excitement.
Congrats and don't get teh HIV.

I won't, I always use protection. Smiley: smile And yeah, scurvy is bad scoobies.
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Now I'm thinking of Sarah Chalke doing the hivy.
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Congrats Nads!

I sold my condo finally, after almost a year since I put it on the market. I took a little hit on it, but it turns out it was a single mom who bought it so I don't feel as bad about it.

Now I just have to find a house to buy. The market has picked up so they go fast. In the meantime I get to stay at a friends house, and their place is pretty nice. I have a room in the basement that they hardly go down to, and they have a 70 inch HD TV set up down there.

It's a rough life I tell ya.
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Congrats, Nads! What are you doing?
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Lets see, I'm pretty sure i'm not running for office at the moment, or the rest, so random topics it is. I am an Uncle now though, so that kind of counts sort of?

I finally got my CNC mill to the "things move!" stage. It's amusing watching something I built and partially designed do stuff.

My mom has extensive knowledge of the gluten free existance, and numerous resources and recipies associated therin. If you want any specific type of recipies or want to know anything specific about the gluten, I can probably get said info very quickly.

Civilization V expansion that supposedly fixes all the Civilization V shortfalls compared to IV is due out this month.

Congo Rats to everyone with congo rattable things to report!
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Doing some data entry for Xerox. I'm just happy it has nothing to do with food service. Working at the country club was fun and all, but let's face it. I'm old as hell. I need a job that's not physical.

And yay Kao, glad to hear about the Civ V expansion. Doubt I'll get it right away since we have to move out of my sister's house and all, haha. But once we're out and settled in our own place, let the gaming begin!
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--When I was younger, the only video game I only enjoyed was Ultima. I liked killing stags in the forest, eating them, making clothing and breaking into people's houses to bake bread. I never found any sh*t, I think I found a dragon or something once but who cares. I need a game like this where I don't have to pay $5 for 20 Hello Kitty coins to buy my puppy a Santa costume.


This is the only topic I feel comfortable with. If you've not played Zelda: Ocarina of Time, you need to. Just get some Sims game for decorating puppies. You can also abuse your e-kids, burn down your house e-house, cheat on your e-spouse and get fired from your e- job in SIMS.

I heard that Zynga, fb's game company took a big hit on it's stock this week. The speculation is that fb games are a passing fad. Are they?

My baby addition; About 3 weeks ago, my nephews gf had a little baby girl. They named her Boston (after the Red Sox).




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If you've not played Zelda: Ocarina of Time, you need to.
I'm pretty sure only people still inside of wombs haven't played OoT yet.
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If you've not played Zelda: Ocarina of Time, you need to.
I'm pretty sure only people still inside of wombs haven't played OoT yet.

You might think so, but I've met people that have never even heard of OoT.
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Those are people in the loosest sense of the word.
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Those are people in the loosest sense of the word.

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My mother and step father are gluten free and one of the children we provide daycare to is gluten free.

It can be expensive but is certainly doable. Snack that tastes good and can still be eaten will be horrible for you (chips, cheddar snacks can be eaten) since the healthier options are no longer options in a lot of cases, popcorn is good, just check to make sure the flavouring doesn't include gluten. You have to be very careful what you get when you eat out. Ribs you can eat, but you can only have certain sauces on them and you have to confirm that the sauce is gluten free if you're at a restaurant (most places are good about this and will let you bring your own if they don't have an option for you).

Good breads are doable but very time consuming (in the 5 hour range) to make and require special flower that costs about the same as good coffee beans. Ezekiel 4:9 bread is a good option that can be purchased in grocery stores (edit to clarify, not ALL Ezekiel breads are gluten free, you still have to check), keep it in the freezer and pull a piece out as you need it, it's about $5-$6 for a small loaf but it's rather heavy so not as bad as it sounds. We use it to make grilled cheese for the little one.

Liquors, nothing wheat based (gluten = wheat), so no whiskey. Stick to clear liquors. Most wines will be ok just depends on what is added to them during production.

There are rice based gluten free cereals that are quite tasty. Again you pay a bit of a premium but it's one of the cheaper snack options.

If I had to average it out it's about 40-50% more expensive to eat gluten free but that'll depend on what you're used to eating, if you already avoid breads etc then there won't be as much of an increase.

If you're going gluten free due to an allergy you need to go completely gluten free or don't bother. It's a not a more is worse situation it's a if it's there you have symptoms situation. You generally don't even know they are symptoms until they go away. My mother couldn't walk through the mall due to joint pain and various "injury pains", now she jogs, dances and bike rides with no issues whatsoever. If she accidentally ingests some gluten she's right back to square one for a few days.

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http://allrecipes.com/search/default.aspx?qt=k&wt=gluten%20free&rt=r&origin=Recipe

Gluten free recipes. They look really good and some are but most are more bland than you would expect.

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My mother couldn't walk through the mall due to joint pain and various "injury pains", now she jogs, dances and bike rides with no issues whatsoever.
Through the mall?
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My mother couldn't walk through the mall due to joint pain and various "injury pains", now she jogs, dances and bike rides with no issues whatsoever.
Through the mall?

It would anger Mall Security. No one wants that.
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This is the only topic I feel comfortable with. If you've not played Zelda: Ocarina of Time, you need to. Just get some Sims game for decorating puppies. You can also abuse your e-kids, burn down your house e-house, cheat on your e-spouse and get fired from your e- job in SIMS.

I heard that Zynga, fb's game company took a big hit on it's stock this week. The speculation is that fb games are a passing fad. Are they?
I never played that. I'll ask Joph about it. As for the Sims, I don't want the stupid online characters yelling at me whenever I log on. I want a game that I can safely drop for long periods of time. I got a lot going on in RL.
Don't know anything about Zynga.
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Yodabunny wrote:
If you're going gluten free due to an allergy you need to go completely gluten free or don't bother. It's a not a more is worse situation it's a if it's there you have symptoms situation. You generally don't even know they are symptoms until they go away. My mother couldn't walk through the mall due to joint pain and various "injury pains", now she jogs, dances and bike rides with no issues whatsoever. If she accidentally ingests some gluten she's right back to square one for a few days.
I suspect that it's due to an allergy, but I won't know for sure until the test results come back. In any case, I hear that it helps with Hashimoto's, which is my bag, so I'd like to try it and see if there's a difference.
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#48 Jun 14 2012 at 10:22 AM Rating: Good
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Atomicflea wrote:
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This is the only topic I feel comfortable with. If you've not played Zelda: Ocarina of Time, you need to. Just get some Sims game for decorating puppies. You can also abuse your e-kids, burn down your house e-house, cheat on your e-spouse and get fired from your e- job in SIMS.

I heard that Zynga, fb's game company took a big hit on it's stock this week. The speculation is that fb games are a passing fad. Are they?
I never played that. I'll ask Joph about it. As for the Sims, I don't want the stupid online characters yelling at me whenever I log on. I want a game that I can safely drop for long periods of time. I got a lot going on in RL.
Don't know anything about Zynga.

You don't have to go online for SIMS, at least when I used to play it I didn't. It was a stand-alone game. My daughter and my sister love the smurf village game. They play on their smarty devices and I feel left out.

Zynga owns Farmville and other FB games.
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#50 Jun 14 2012 at 10:41 AM Rating: Good
I play Zynga's Castleville game and I enjoy that one. Since they started adding quests, it almost feels like an RPG, which makes me like it more. I also occasionally play the Hunger Games too, and a Slots game (cause the flashy lights are pretty!). They're fun, but I'd still rather play a real video game.
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#51 Jun 14 2012 at 10:43 AM Rating: Excellent
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SIMS was fun, but I eventually found myself micromanaging every aspect of several different character's lives, which was a little unnerving. Also the bug in SIMS2 where you'd put to people in bed together and would never be able to get them up again. That sucked, having to move a family out of a house, or lose your characters.

Also, the idea if you force a kid to paint in all his free time they'd be perfectly happy and wouldn't need a job later in life... Smiley: lol
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