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#1 Mar 17 2013 at 11:04 PM Rating: Excellent
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I made a thingy!
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Specifically I rebuilt my long suffering desk. New laminate tops, new veneer on the wood surfaces, new upper cabinets, new shelves. also added a triple monitor stand and a heavy duty single monitor stand which will eventually support a larger monitor. Its mostly done now except for the new "above the monitor bridge element that will get built next week. Anyways, I'm pretty happy with how it turned out.

edit: here's a before picture

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Edited, Mar 18th 2013 12:41am by Kaolian
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#2 Mar 18 2013 at 3:26 AM Rating: Good
I that the Iowa or the Missouri?


ALSO: lolEQmaps.Smiley: laugh





I mean awesome...awesomeEQmaps.
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I made fancy food and drank fancy beer. Reaffirming once again that I would never ever want to work in a kitchen no matter how much I enjoy cooking up a fancy meal.
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I drove into the city early Saturday morning, for over eight hours of overtime work. On Sunday I pissed off my wife something fierce.
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Sounds like the perfect weekend.
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I that the Iowa or the Missouri?


ALSO: lolEQmaps.Smiley: laugh





I mean awesome...awesomeEQmaps.

The blocky (but full-color!) zone-connecting Travelers Map of Norrath is forever etched into my brain.

I planted seeds this weekend - tomatoes, peppers, egg plant and spinach. In an attempt to up my seed-to-plant production this year I installed a couple shop lights onto my plant shelf. The old technique of shoving the freshly sprouted seed plants up against the glass of the sliding door to try and catch enough light for them to flourish would yield me maybe two plants (but they'd be strong plants!) out of many sprouts. Next weekend I should have sproutlings to bathe under my new florescent lights - tubular!.

Also, I helped my husband install a desk onto the wall of the spare room that is getting renovated. Afterwards we decided it's much easier to move a desk around a room if it isn't mounted to the wall. Ah well, for now it looks good and works well.

I watched Finian's Rainbow. Smiley: inlove Things are well in Glocka Morra.

Gj on the cool thingy Kao.
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You're not dead then?
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I went to see That One Guy. He always puts on a good live performance and Friday's show was no exception. During the encore someone shouted "John Denver" instead of Freebird, and he just sort of went with it and sang Country Road to the tune of Weasel Pot Pie. It was kind of amazing.
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I that the Iowa or the Missouri?

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I mean awesome...awesomeEQmaps.


It's the Iowa firing a full broadside. Same firing exercise, different angle:
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Ooo, Mission Control Centre! Kaolian, your desk is clean and prepared to go.
You'll love your plant dedicated light Elinda! First you plant the babies, then you grow the babies, then you eat your babies! I read four books in bed, in between listing over my computer desk. Cold Magic by Kate Elliot was the best of them, the alt world was much much more detailed in its world building than most fantasy books. Finished off with skype that was wonderful for not having voiped for ages with some special friends

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I did graduate school homework, wrote the first chapter of a new story, and drank a lot of Guinness.

Pretty standard weekend for me, although the Guinness is more normally a local craft beer.

That new desk looks pretty sweet.
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I read The Rowan this weekend. I'm sure I've read others from this McCaffrey series, though many many years ago. The story was a more lovey-dovey than I had anticipated.
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It's still amazes me that with all that firepower those ships are functionally obsolete. So much boom.

Anyway the wife was sick, so I played mom all weekend while she hid in the bedroom ignoring all the crashing and screaming. On the plus side it gave me more time to shop for new outfits in TERA. Smiley: grin
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Specifically I rebuilt my long suffering desk

I like the end result. That said, I can't imagine restoring an industrialist desk like that. Wouldn't it be cheaper to just buy a new one? I mean if we were talking a belle epoch chinoiserie, sure. Very possible I'm missing something, I know nothing about furniture like that offhand.
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Specifically I rebuilt my long suffering desk

I like the end result. That said, I can't imagine restoring an industrialist desk like that. Wouldn't it be cheaper to just buy a new one? I mean if we were talking a belle epoch chinoiserie, sure. Very possible I'm missing something, I know nothing about furniture like that offhand.
It doesn't really look high tech enough, does it?
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Smasharoo wrote:
Specifically I rebuilt my long suffering desk

I like the end result. That said, I can't imagine restoring an industrialist desk like that. Wouldn't it be cheaper to just buy a new one? I mean if we were talking a belle epoch chinoiserie, sure. Very possible I'm missing something, I know nothing about furniture like that offhand.


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Specifically I rebuilt my long suffering desk

I like the end result. That said, I can't imagine restoring an industrialist desk like that. Wouldn't it be cheaper to just buy a new one? I mean if we were talking a belle epoch chinoiserie, sure. Very possible I'm missing something, I know nothing about furniture like that offhand.

Looks like a bit of custom work there. If he just got another desk he'd have to do the custom work all over again. And, well, Kao likes doing craftsman-y type stuff himself.
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Smasharoo wrote:
Specifically I rebuilt my long suffering desk

I like the end result. That said, I can't imagine restoring an industrialist desk like that. Wouldn't it be cheaper to just buy a new one? I mean if we were talking a belle epoch chinoiserie, sure. Very possible I'm missing something, I know nothing about furniture like that offhand.


The problem with getting a new one was finding something that large, with a layout I like, that is solid enough to support servers and whatnot that get worked on occasionally and has a decent cable path layout. Cost wasn't the issue, it was more finding something comparable. I looked at many, many desks before I decided to just rebuild it. It's a really, really large desk. I like the way my desk layout works, it's pretty much ideal for my needs. Getting into something similar in size, most of my options are either going to be full on cubicle furnature, which is generally going to have the cubicle walls to contend with, something all up custom, which would be about the same cost, or trying to adapt something piecemeil. I did consider going with a fully built in, braced off the wall unit, but in the end I decided I like the ability to move the desk if I need to.

Plus if I were going with something new I still would have added the custom features like the side slide keyboard tray so I can shove the secondary keyboard over for someone else to use, monitor mount arms, the main keyboard tray itself (almost no one makes a 30" wide keyboard tray in an undermount slide out configuration that is worth anything).

That and getting large things home can be problematic, since delivery to ridgefield is hit or miss. And this way I don't have to get rid of the old desk. Ignoring the cabinits ($240), which I would have put in either way, and the monitor mount arms($200 for both), which I would have bought either way for a new desk or the existing one, the whole project ran me about $350, $100 of which was the laminate trim router. $50 of that was the keyboard tray, then $150 for the 2 laminate sheets, $30 worth of veneer, the rest was glue stain and fastners. A similar sized new desk started at around $500 for a cheap one.
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Per the other thread, I played Minecraft. Too much of it. My home now features a 256-block tall falling lava tower, lava moat, pumpkin and wheat farm, and a "chicken pit" that rivals fast food farm conditions (a 10x10 stone pit in which I'm holding about 100 chickens).

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I, too, have fallen back into the Minecraft tarp. And I cannot find a "keep your items upon death" mod and its pissing me off. Anyone know a mod that does that?
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It's actually just a built-in console command. You have to be an op on the server. Which you can do by (1) downloading the "Minecraft Server" file from the official site, (2) running it to create your own server hosted on your computer, (3) "/op charactername" to give your self op status, (4) "/gamerule keepInventory true"

At least, that's how I did it.

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Thanks, I'll look at that tonight.
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I don't Minecraft, but my son plays Roblox. I think it's kind of similar, more LEGO-looking.
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I slept in, watched star trek and took out the compost... Made beef stew too.
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Saturday: Worked, filled the tank, hit Wal-Mart, took my cat to the vet, played Tera.
Sunday: Hit the Grocery, played Tera.
I'm noticing a fair bit of Tera in there.
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I hosted a small gathering at my house on Saturday. I had a taco bar, numerous Irish themed beers and whiskey, we watched UFC and played poker. I was up till 3am.

On the cool side I managed to moderate myself and drank plenty of water, so when I woke up at 9am I wasn't really hung over. Pretty good for drinking a bunch of Guinness and Murphy's. Stouts can kick your ass if you ain't careful, even the smooth ones.
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Also, The Walking Dead & Vikings were both on. Currently enjoying Vikings a little more than TWD.
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The Viking Dead. There's a market that needs to be capitalized on.
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The Viking Dead. There's a market that needs to be capitalized on.


Didn't "The 13th Warrior" cover this genre?
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That Vikings show does look pretty good. I watched the pilot and was impressed.
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I spent the weekend playing LOTR:O after months of being away from the game. Sunday I got my Hobbit Burglar to lvl 60, which for me seems like having finally reach the top of the hill, to only find they raised the next ridge to 85. So I'm trying to get my Hunter from lvl 41 to 50.

Also read the Trans thread and wonder how so many people who are liberal on many human right issues, just can't see the problem.
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I spent the weekend playing LOTR:O after months of being away from the game. Sunday I got my Hobbit Burglar to lvl 60, which for me seems like having finally reach the top of the hill, to only find they raised the next ridge to 85. So I'm trying to get my Hunter from lvl 41 to 50.

Also read the Trans thread and wonder how so many people who are liberal on many human right issues, just can't see the problem.
I think it's simply that we've been herded into gender stalls for so long it's utterly foreign and scary to think about bodily hygiene/waste removal in a non-sexual, non-gendered, non-threatening way.


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Also read the Trans thread and wonder how so many people who are liberal on many human right issues, just can't see the problem.


Weirdest thing about that thread is when pro-gay posters port over anti-gay arguments to lobby their case against trans people. Crazy dissonance.

I had a makeshift four day weekend, due to the flu. Spent a lot of time being tired, but unable to sleep due to alternating between the sweats and being freezing cold. Still kinda sick, but I think it's stepped down to just a head cold/sinus infection thing. Good times.
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Weirdest thing about that thread is when pro-gay posters port over anti-gay arguments to lobby their case against trans people. Crazy dissonance.


They know gay people, they don't know any trans people. It's likely very literally that simple.

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I'm pretty sure you're violating the cross thread policy of this forum right now ElneClare/Elinda/Eske/Smash. Don't make me contact a moderator to get you banned.

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ElneClare wrote:
I spent the weekend playing LOTR:O after months of being away from the game. Sunday I got my Hobbit Burglar to lvl 60, which for me seems like having finally reach the top of the hill, to only find they raised the next ridge to 85. So I'm trying to get my Hunter from lvl 41 to 50.

Also read the Trans thread and wonder how so many people who are liberal on many human right issues, just can't see the problem.
I think it's simply that we've been herded into gender stalls on the internet for so long it's utterly foreign and scary to think about bodily hygiene/waste removal in a non-sexual, non-gendered, non-threatening way.

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I spent the weekend playing LOTR:O after months of being away from the game. Sunday I got my Hobbit Burglar to lvl 60, which for me seems like having finally reach the top of the hill, to only find they raised the next ridge to 85. So I'm trying to get my Hunter from lvl 41 to 50.

Also read the Trans thread and wonder how so many people who are liberal on many human right issues, just can't see the problem.
I think it's simply that we've been herded into gender stalls on the internet for so long it's utterly foreign and scary to think about bodily hygiene/waste rem~ BOOBIES!!1 Smiley: drool


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I spent the weekend playing LOTR:O after months of being away from the game. Sunday I got my Hobbit Burglar to lvl 60, which for me seems like having finally reach the top of the hill, to only find they raised the next ridge to 85. So I'm trying to get my Hunter from lvl 41 to 50.

Also read the Trans thread and wonder how so many people who are liberal on many human right issues, just can't see the problem.
I think it's simply that we've been herded into gender stalls on the internet for so long it's utterly foreign and scary to think about bodily hygiene/waste rem~ BOOBIES!!1 Smiley: drool




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I spent the weekend playing LOTR:O after months of being away from the game. Sunday I got my Hobbit Burglar to lvl 60, which for me seems like having finally reach the top of the hill, to only find they raised the next ridge to 85. So I'm trying to get my Hunter from lvl 41 to 50.

Also read the Trans thread and wonder how so many people who are liberal on many human right issues, just can't see the problem.
I think it's simply that we've been herded into gender stalls on the internet for so long it's utterly foreign and scary to think about bodily hygiene/waste rem~ BOOBIES!!1 Smiley: drool




Looks down on boobies and realizes I didn't brush off all the popcorn from the movie theater before I went to the grocery store. BOOBIES for the Win!
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#49 Mar 19 2013 at 5:12 PM Rating: Excellent
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Not really a weekend thing but not worth its own thread...

When I came home today, outside my back door was an old 5.25" floppy sleeve from Egghead Software in near perfect condition. "Egghead (discount) Software Smart Sector Premium Quality Diskettes". I assume it blew there but I have to wonder who was throwing away twenty+ year old floppies recently since it had no rain or snow damage. Was a surreal blast from the past, anyway.

Edited, Mar 19th 2013 6:34pm by Jophiel
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Wow. Regular ol' Joph fan club in here.
#50 Mar 19 2013 at 5:14 PM Rating: Decent
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When I came home today, outside my back door was an old 6.25" floppy sleeve from Egghead Software in near perfect condition. "Egghead (discount) Software Smart Sector Premium Quality Diskettes". I assume it blew there but I have to wonder who was throwing away twenty+ year old floppies recently since it had no rain or snow damage. Was a surreal blast from the past, anyway.

This is the beginning of a Will Smith movie. I assume you'll die before letting us know what's on it, but hopefully, big Wille will enlighten us at some future point after killing Brian Cox or possibly Alan Rickman.

Edit: Hey, let us know if your blender is still there, that will tell us a good deal how this is going to work out for you.

Edited, Mar 19th 2013 7:15pm by Smasharoo
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#51 Mar 19 2013 at 5:18 PM Rating: Excellent
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Smasharoo wrote:
This is the beginning of a Will Smith movie

Is it? I have no idea if this is serious or not.
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Wow. Regular ol' Joph fan club in here.
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