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#1 Apr 25 2013 at 1:44 PM Rating: Good
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...that you can't make a single post for me to snark at?
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#2 Apr 25 2013 at 1:44 PM Rating: Good
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Liberal media conspiracy.
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#5 Apr 25 2013 at 1:47 PM Rating: Excellent
No meetings today, so I'm not on the phone, bored and surfing zam.
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#6 Apr 25 2013 at 1:49 PM Rating: Good
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Might as well make this into an early Friday thread.

The missus and I will be buying a truck, much to my chagrin. Her Audi is all but toast, and we might as well get something that can tow a trailer so that we can stop paying other people a small fortune to cart her horse around (before you say it, yes, I have suggested that a horse is itself a mode of transportation - she should just ride it to her shows).

I'm going to end up driving the dang thing most of the time though, because I travel all of 2 miles per day to the train station, so it'll be better usage of its poor mpg. Which means she gets to steal my Mustang.

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I'm going to a birthday party for a gaggle of four year olds. The thing is I can't get out of it because it's my daughter's party. I'm already downing asprin.
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I plan on trying to get some rest.

The Mrs. is on week seven of a bad stretch of exhaustion (we're expecting some more lab tests today and tomorrow to make sure it isn't something more serious). Starting to run out of steam.
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...that you can't make a single post for me to snark at?


taking down the government.
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#10 Apr 25 2013 at 3:01 PM Rating: Excellent
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multiple minions.

Also, Im headed to Vegas for the first time next week for my birthday. For those of you who have access, expect many, many drunk photos posted on FB (wheee, first vacation sans kids!)

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Eske Esquire wrote:
...that you can't make a single post for me to snark at?

I was waiting for someone else to do it.

Too early for weekend plans.
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Also, Im headed to Vegas for the first time next week for my birthday. For those of you who have access, expect many, many drunk photos posted on FB (wheee, first vacation sans kids!)

Edited, Apr 25th 2013 5:03pm by DSD

Going to any shows?
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second row, right in the middle for Penn and Teller =)
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I am hating you so hard right now.

This weekend is wide open. Oh, except for lunch on Sunday... With my boss and her family. That should be fun...
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I am looking forward to only working for 8ish hours on saturday and 8ish hours on sunday... as opposed to 10-14 hours every other day.

I'm always torn cause I want to be social after work but I am seriously exhausted... but I can't help myself, I still hang out with people... and get even more exhausted.

I am thinking I might force myself to stay in my hotel room and play video games on Saturday... yeah right I will probably find the fun gathering instead.
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#16 Apr 25 2013 at 4:56 PM Rating: Good
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Eske Esquire wrote:
The missus and I will be buying a truck, much to my chagrin. Her Audi is all but toast, and we might as well get something that can tow a trailer so that we can stop paying other people a small fortune to cart her horse around (before you say it, yes, I have suggested that a horse is itself a mode of transportation - she should just ride it to her shows).

I'm going to end up driving the dang thing most of the time though, because I travel all of 2 miles per day to the train station, so it'll be better usage of its poor mpg. Which means she gets to steal my Mustang.

You can probably find a pickup truck with better gas mileage than a Mustang.

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This weekend starts my weeklong vacation, I'm not going anywhere but it will be nice to get away from the stresses of work for a week. Only thing I really plan is a Fallout 3 gaming marathon. Start to finish hopefully.
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Eske Esquire wrote:
The missus and I will be buying a truck, much to my chagrin. Her Audi is all but toast, and we might as well get something that can tow a trailer so that we can stop paying other people a small fortune to cart her horse around (before you say it, yes, I have suggested that a horse is itself a mode of transportation - she should just ride it to her shows).

I'm going to end up driving the dang thing most of the time though, because I travel all of 2 miles per day to the train station, so it'll be better usage of its poor mpg. Which means she gets to steal my Mustang.

You can probably find a pickup truck with better gas mileage than a Mustang.



Probably not on our price range, but admittedly the mpg isn't high on our list of requirements - I haven't done much research to that end. Also, it's just a V6 Mustang, so it's about 26 mpg.
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I don't generally have Zam access from other work. being in IT, there are ways of course, but it depends on the surrounding co-worker density. But now i'm home, and I have tomorrow off so I can annoy people with bad pun posts all day, and there's nothing you can do to stop me! MWahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!! AAAAHAHhahHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHH!!!!!

... Ok, got that out of my system for the week.

Anyways I've been virtualizing servers after hours for the last 2 weeks. Yes, we have a ******** of servers at other work at that particular site. And now they are inside another server! Well, more like a cluster of servers, but still. Did you know you can put a virtual server inside a virtual server? so far my record was 9 layers of virtual servers with servers inside of them. I called it the Matryoshka array. No one wanted to know that, but now its in your head, so there nyah <thbbbbttt!!!!>
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It's like Inception. .. Kao, are you Leo DiCaprio??
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Final day of classes.

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No but I named one of the test clients that on the third layer down!
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Work's been hectic. I put in my 40 hours in the first 3 days this week. Luckily things calmed down a bit today, I was able to break out early to the golf course where I got fitted for some new irons. They'll be in next week, pretty pumped about that.
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Most of our weekends will probably be pretty low-key until June 6th, when we leave for 4 nights in Waikiki. I can't wait... I haven't had a "Go do whatever you want" type vacation in a few years. My last vacation was going back to Tennessee to visit the family, and as much as I LOVED seeing everyone, it wasn't quite the relaxing, "do what you want" vacation that I'm craving.
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Hannah's birthday festival concludes this Saturday (her birthday was 2 weeks ago) with Nexa taking her and her friend to an amusement park for the day. The boy and I will remain at stately 'Roo manor, probably building a table if the weather is sufficiently good for staining wood outdoors.
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I think I'm gonna dig the bike out this weekend. My legs feel sloppy.
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The boy and I will remain at stately 'Roo manor, probably building a table if the weather is sufficiently good for staining wood outdoors.

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Moving! Can't wait to go from a 80 mile round trip commute to a... 2 mile round trip commute. My wallet and truck are happy about it as well.

:)
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Took my second soldering class for jewelry yesterday. We made Fused pendants out of Sterling Silver scraps and my turn out nicer then the others. I try not to shine over the rest of the class, but the time I spend making jewelry at home and practicing with my torch, shows in class. I also was the only one to finish filing the silver band ring and got it soldered, pickled and polished before the end of the class. I was able to wear it home.

Once home I learn my daughter had her cell phone stolen and needed to have paper work scanned and uploaded to the insurance company. So I gave her use of my desk top, while her boyfriend and I tried to get the Wi-Fi to work with our laptops. Not sure why it kept dropping, but whatever it was seem to be affecting our neighbors Wi-Fi too.

Today I go back to working in Copper or Brass, as I am trying to get a few new pieces done before Memorial Day weekend, for the Art Show at Balticon 47. Nothing else plan for the weekend.
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I took a jewelry class in high school so many years ago and remember a bar of sterling silver was all of $4.25 to purchase. I don't remember the dimensions but it was enough to make a ring band out of or a pendant. Can't imagine what it'd cost these days to take that class.

The students who couldn't/wouldn't shell out for silver got free nickle-silver and "Nu Gold" which was copper and zinc. Both were just for making stuff to grade and not really wear since they'd turn your appendages green.
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Today I go back to working in Copper or Brass, as I am trying to get a few new pieces done before Memorial Day weekend, for the Art Show at Balticon 47. Nothing else plan for the weekend.
Do you ever make eye-glasses cords?

Oh and yesterday I found this site and spent way too much time virtual window shopping (considering I'm never going to 'make' anything - I just love beads).
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The supplies for the class was $45. I looked at buying some silver, but my wallet couldn't handle the prices for wire or small ovals of silver 20 gauge sheets.

Elinda, the site looks nice, but I got far more beads then I'm using these days. I just don't get the satisfaction beading as I do working with metal.
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After the "splitting our services" Netflix debacle, I canceled my subscription. A few days ago, I wanted to start watching a series Netflix has available so I figured if I logged into my old account for a second, they'd throw some sort of offer at me. Sure enough, about an hour later I had an email in my box from them saying to come back... and offering no deal at all. You're not playing the game right, Netflix Smiley: glare
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Most of our weekends will probably be pretty low-key until June 6th, when we leave for 4 nights in Waikiki. I can't wait... I haven't had a "Go do whatever you want" type vacation in a few years. My last vacation was going back to Tennessee to visit the family, and as much as I LOVED seeing everyone, it wasn't quite the relaxing, "do what you want" vacation that I'm craving.


A "vacation" to Tennessee is not a vacation!

I forgot what island you're on, Belk. Is it Oahu? We didn't spend much time in Waikiki when we were there.
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Moving! Can't wait to go from a 80 mile round trip commute to a... 2 mile round trip commute. My wallet and truck are happy about it as well.

:)

Smiley: yippee

Also the double-quote thing is gone!

Smiley: yippee
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We didn't spend much time in Waikiki when we were there.
Smart move.
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Moving! Can't wait to go from a 80 mile round trip commute to a... 2 mile round trip commute. My wallet and truck are happy about it as well.

:)

Smiley: yippee

Also the double-quote thing is gone!

Smiley: yippee


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Moving! Can't wait to go from a 80 mile round trip commute to a... 2 mile round trip commute. My wallet and truck are happy about it as well.

:)

Smiley: yippee

Also the double-quote thing is gone!

Smiley: yippee
Not for me...
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I think he faked it.



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You really think someone would do that? Just go on the internet and tell lies?
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We are on Hawaii (the Big Island), Eske.

Waikiki is (barely) what we can afford. Smiley: glare
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This weekend looks like it's going to be suffering through an extended flare-up of my back. Wasn't bad enough that I was bed-ridden all day Tuesday, then in the E.R. all night, then had wicked ****-pee ever since...oh, no, my spine is still playing the part of shattered glass. I'm *supposed* to hang new closet rods, seed the yard and enter a pizza-eating contest this weekend. We'll see...
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