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#1 Aug 23 2013 at 8:25 AM Rating: Good
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#2 Aug 23 2013 at 8:26 AM Rating: Good
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I think I meant for this to be in the OoT. Smiley: blush
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#3 Aug 23 2013 at 8:26 AM Rating: Good
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NOOOOOOO! All those examples are just horrible!!!!
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Maybe meant for an actually link, too?
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#5 Aug 23 2013 at 8:27 AM Rating: Good
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Is it too late to turn it into a Friday thread?

I'm heading to NY this weekend. Monday I intend to attend the New York State Fair.

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Mom's 60th birthday today, so dinner at my Brother's with her and then Sunday, big party for her with all of the family.
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#7 Aug 23 2013 at 9:09 AM Rating: Good
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I have to go to a wedding. I'm not really a fan of weddings in general, but especially not one on a Friday. Though I guess that means I'll be able to play some FFXIV tomorrow after work.
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Family in town, going to be a rough weekend, may need to hit the boozy store on the way home. Smiley: rolleyes
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#9 Aug 23 2013 at 9:22 AM Rating: Good
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Elinda wrote:
Monday I intend to attend the New York State Fair.
That's way out there in No Man's Land.
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#10 Aug 23 2013 at 9:36 AM Rating: Good
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Monday I intend to attend the New York State Fair.
That's way out there in No Man's Land.
This is really a visit to see my daughter in Syracuse. I intentionally planned it for fair time though - cuz I love fairs. Smiley: grin
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Last weekend, Flea's mother & sister were in town so I spent my weekend carting them around the city and watching them shop for ribbons and lacy dresses. This weekend, I'm taking my older child and his friend to the demolition derby. Rrwar, man stuff!
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Last weekend, Flea's mother & sister were in town so I spent my weekend carting them around the city and watching them shop for ribbons and lacy dresses. This weekend, I'm taking my older child and his friend to the demolition derby. Rrwar, man stuff!


I wasn't aware that Flea was from Victorian England.
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#13 Aug 23 2013 at 12:04 PM Rating: Excellent
That's correct.
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#14 Aug 23 2013 at 12:11 PM Rating: Excellent
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What's correct?
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#15 Aug 23 2013 at 12:30 PM Rating: Excellent
does it matter?
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#16 Aug 23 2013 at 12:34 PM Rating: Good
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Does what matter?
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#18 Aug 23 2013 at 12:40 PM Rating: Excellent
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#19 Aug 23 2013 at 12:45 PM Rating: Excellent
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Now you're just making up words.

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#21 Aug 23 2013 at 1:01 PM Rating: Excellent
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My 3d printer arrived today!!!!!!!

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That looks like a very flat picture. Didn't jump up at me at all.
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Try cross your eyes and move the picture closer to your nose. Then you'll see the bunny appear.
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#24 Aug 23 2013 at 1:48 PM Rating: Good
That gif isn't giffing.Smiley: frown



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My 3d printer arrived today!!!!!!!

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If anyone wants to see a 3d printer printing, hear what a Kao sounds like, or see what my messy bathroom in the background looks like, here is video in facebookland. I think it should be set to everyone viewable, but who knows? https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=686856578009407
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#27 Aug 23 2013 at 4:09 PM Rating: Decent
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I need to use up some vacation time, so I won't be heading back to work until after Labor day. I'm not at what point my idea of an ideal vacation shifted away from traveling to some far off locale to staying the **** home and being left alone for awhile, but at least it's cheaper. Plans for the week include FFXIV:ARR, catching up on some reading, and visiting the local renaissance festival. A guy I work with is an actor there and hooked me up with cheap tickets.
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Kao is far more beardless than I had imagined a Kao would be...

Then again, I always imagined Kao as something like a Russian lumberjack, carrying around a massive hammer, and ready to press a button to launch Armageddon at any chance.
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Kao is far more beardless than I had imagined a Kao would be...

Then again, I always imagined Kao as something like a Russian lumberjack, carrying around a massive hammer, and ready to press a button to launch Armageddon at any chance.


Beards are itchy. If necessary though, I can grow a full beard if I go about 2 days without shaving, on account of I grow hair stupidly fast for some reason.
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Dread Lörd Kaolian wrote:
idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Kao is far more beardless than I had imagined a Kao would be...

Then again, I always imagined Kao as something like a Russian lumberjack, carrying around a massive hammer, and ready to press a button to launch Armageddon at any chance.


Beards are itchy. If necessary though, I can grow a full beard if I go about 2 days without shaving, on account of I grow hair stupidly fast for some reason.


I know the feeling. Which is why I just maintain a full beard. Smiley: grin
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Elinda wrote:
Monday I intend to attend the New York State Fair.
That's way out there in No Man's Land.

I've got a fair to go to this weekend; the Dutchess County Fair is about ten minutes (non-fair days) form my house. Except, on fair days, the seven mile trip takes about two hours, with another hour for parking and hiking to the actual fairgrounds.
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#32 Aug 24 2013 at 9:32 PM Rating: Excellent
Do you have a picture of the finished product Kao?
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That particular print came unstuck from the bed about 3/4 of the way through, which was entirely my fault because I didn't do the initial preparation things to keep it from doing that, and I reset the heated bed to 60 degrees in the middle of the print instead of the 100c it was supposed to stay until the end. After that, to improve the print quality and prevent things from coming unstuck, i upgraded the main bearing frame and the pulleys, which required a bit of modification. I finished that up and had just started recalibration of the print bed, Then I got a massive unexpected migraine and I haven't touched the printer since. This is the first time in the last 8 hours or so I've been able to read text.

Tomorrow I'll print the rest of the remaining upgrade parts, then more thingies! but for now no, I don't have a finished picture.
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Do you have a picture of the finished product Kao?


I'm reprinting the truck again right this very second, but here's how the failed one ended up:
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I've also printed a handful of 3d printer parts, though some of them are still a little rough. I have successfully fixed the roughness in the one i'm currently printing (it was a loose belt)
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It's a schooner!
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Wait...you can print a 3D printer with a 3D printer? This needs to be kept away from any kind of AI at all costs.
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Yup! currently they require additions of certain components, such as controllers and servos and metal bits. Luckily my CNC can theoretically make most of those parts for the 3d printer! it's a symbiotic robotic relationship of death, which will doom all mankind eventually!
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Wait...you can print a 3D printer with a 3D printer? This needs to be kept away from any kind of AI at all costs.


People can make more people, AND 3D printers.

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Yup! currently they require additions of certain components, such as controllers and servos and metal bits. Luckily my CNC can theoretically make most of those parts for the 3d printer! it's a symbiotic robotic relationship of death, which will doom all mankind eventually!
Luckily, a plastic robot army is rather susceptible to fire. We'll fight them with Molotov cocktails and home made flamethrowers!
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All we would really need is one giant orbital magnifying glass
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That article had nothing to do with the **** occult zombie experiments. I realize that, in itself, has nothing to do with giant orbital magnifying glasses, but zombies are more interesting.
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That article had nothing to do with the **** occult zombie experiments. I realize that, in itself, has nothing to do with giant orbital magnifying glasses, but zombies are more interesting.

**** steampunk zombies were featured in Sucker Punch, if you needed any excuse to watch it.
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Those were Prussian steampunk zombies or something. Wasn't that scene set in WWI? Trench warfare, biplanes, etc?

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Jophiel wrote:
Those were Prussian steampunk zombies or something. Wasn't that scene set in WWI? Trench warfare, biplanes, etc?

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Don't really remember too clearly, actually. I was mostly blind and trying to shave my palms at that point.
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Those were Prussian steampunk zombies or something. Wasn't that scene set in WWI?
Sucker Punch was a turn your brain off movie, so it could have very well been **** Prussian Confederate Steampunk Zombies.
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I liked Sucker Punch. It thought it was fun to watch - the music, the dancing, the fights, the girls, the plans, etc.

I read Neil Gaiman's Ocean At the End of the Lane yesterday (last day of vacation..Smiley: frown). It had hunger birds. They were a nice change from zombies. All-in-all though, the book was a bit of a let down.
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I liked Sucker Punch more than I thought I would based on the reactions when it came out. Pretty girls aside, the action stuff was entertaining as a sort of live-action cartoon. The first big fight with the three giant samurai guys is still my favorite sequence.

A lot of it is absolutely stupid but for a stupid movie it does pretty well.
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