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#1 Sep 20 2013 at 10:31 AM Rating: Excellent
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So occasionally when the planets, moons, and schedules line up the wife type being I live with and I like to do things "together." I've found that interrogation style manipulation doesn't seem to work as well on her as it does military people trying to convince me that the bike they just bought was stolen and that we should pay them the whole hundred bucks for it.

So I, in my infinite wisdom suggested we take some kind of dancing class. She's a chick most of the time, and chicks dig dancing, right? I figured that I'd plant that idea into her head, let it stew for a while, and slowly move the conversation and suggestions to a form of dance that I could stomach, if not actually enjoy. I may, or may not have said it, but I'm kind of a fan of the 20~50s era. Or rather the fashion, music, and dance at the very least. So I slowly started playing more Sinatra and Martin, put out my suit to wear, that kind of thing.

So over the past two hours I've been on and off the phone with her deciding what we'll be doing. I've been suggesting swing, and she's been suggesting para para. Para para is that seizure inducing teeny dance thing from Japan that anime endings are animated as and basically Dance Dance Revolution without the cover of being a video game.

It was a very democratic process, let me tell you. We both voted on which we would rather do, tried to convince the other, and with a fair vote she won with the majority of the 1-1 votes, apparently. I blame the margin of error. So, my weekend is spoken for. Anyone else wishing the world would end in the next twelve hours?
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So over the past two hours I've been on and off the phone with her deciding what we'll be doing. I've been suggesting swing, and she's been suggesting para para. Para para is that seizure inducing teeny dance thing from Japan that anime endings are animated as and basically Dance Dance Revolution without the cover of being a video game.

The best dancing memory with Flea was taking a local one-night dance class. After cruising through mambos and salsas, the final music type was swing. Her style switched like a light switch from Latina temptress to possum on roller skates. Then she ******* about white people music and I called her racist Smiley: laugh
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You're taking para para lessons?

My peaches are falling. I'll be collecting them and perhaps make a pie.

Common Ground Fair is this weekend. I typically meet my sis-in-law there - husband won't go to a fair that won't even sell him a soda.
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Hannah has a soccer game in the morning on Saturday.
We have a room that's 89% done that we can't use because the 11% prevents us from moving furniture in, so hopefully we'll close the deal on that.
We have dueling free options for Saturday night, the Boston Ballet is apparently doing some sort of free show in the city and our town is having a bonfire at the local pond where you go and toss hazelnuts into it and they tell if you're relationship is going to work out. Really. Fucking rich white people. The pond option included the word "playground" and it starts earlier, so it'll likely be that.
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The Mrs. hasn't decided what we're doing yet, only that we're getting out of the house, and doing something. She said the same thing last weekend, but left me to decide what we'd do. So I ended driving the family up to the volcano.

So much grumbling. Smiley: oyvey
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you go and toss hazelnuts into it and they tell if you're relationship is going to work out.

"Ahhhhhh!!! Fuck it burns! Aaahhh holy shit! This is agony! Fuck you and your ***** wife you son of a *****! God, why won't I just die?!"
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"Ahhhhhh!!! **** it burns! Aaahhh holy ****! This is agony! **** you and your ***** wife you son of a *****! God, why won't I just die?!"

I wonder how hard it will be to convince Hannah to hide in the bushes and do this....
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My grapes are nearing ripeness, so I plan on eating a bunch of them, pun definitly intended. More 3D printing of things of course and some design work that I need to take care of to remove some of the slop from the Z axis. That and the new Y bed plate are pretty much the last upgrades for the moment on that though aside from additional extruders.

I suppose I have to do some yard work i've been ignoring too.

I went and shot my bow yesterday after work yesterday, and that was really fun. i may take it out again this weekend and put more holes in paper targets.

Other than that, no real major plans at this point.

I do have a nearby hazelnut grove though...
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The Mrs. hasn't decided what we're doing yet, only that we're getting out of the house, and doing something. She said the same thing last weekend, but left me to decide what we'd do. So I ended driving the family up to the volcano.

So much grumbling. Smiley: oyvey
If they grumble too much you should've thrown them into the volcano.
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The Mrs. hasn't decided what we're doing yet, only that we're getting out of the house, and doing something. She said the same thing last weekend, but left me to decide what we'd do. So I ended driving the family up to the volcano.

So much grumbling. Smiley: oyvey
If they grumble too much you should've thrown them into the volcano.
It's probably good they don't let you get within a few miles of the thing. I don't imagine hike would have been any more popular.
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It is/was. Alas, I'm not special like that. Smiley: frown
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So no playing "the floor is lava" with real lava? Smiley: disappointed
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**** that, I still play that game. And "tile cracks/seams are a laser grid."
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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
So no playing "the floor is lava" with real lava? Smiley: disappointed
It's doesn't do that kind of lava very well anyway. More like a 'BOOM!' and 'where'd the mountain go?' kind of thing.
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someproteinguy wrote:
His Excellency Aethien wrote:
So no playing "the floor is lava" with real lava? Smiley: disappointed
It's doesn't do that kind of lava very well anyway. More like a 'BOOM!' and 'where'd the mountain go?' kind of thing.
That's a fun game too.
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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
someproteinguy wrote:
His Excellency Aethien wrote:
So no playing "the floor is lava" with real lava? Smiley: disappointed
It's doesn't do that kind of lava very well anyway. More like a 'BOOM!' and 'where'd the mountain go?' kind of thing.
That's a fun game too.
For the volcano sure, not so much for people. Unless they like getting turned into confetti or something, in which case who am I to judge? Everyone has their own kinks.

Edit: i before e, expect after t, unless there's no t, then he he he. Smiley: schooled

Edited, Sep 20th 2013 2:35pm by someproteinguy
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Everyone plays the floor is lava. It's remarkable.
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You're taking para para lessons?
Two hours of wondering if I should bite my wallet to keep from biting my tongue off. Also, quite advisable to stretch before starting. Really painful if you don't. I didn't have much fun, but the woman did so that means I did. Or something.
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Two hours of wondering if I should bite my wallet to keep from biting my tongue off. Also, quite advisable to stretch before starting. Really painful if you don't. I didn't have much fun, but the woman did so that means I did. Or something.

You should have played The Floor is Lava while having para para lessons.
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Two hours of wondering if I should bite my wallet to keep from biting my tongue off. Also, quite advisable to stretch before starting. Really painful if you don't. I didn't have much fun, but the woman did so that means I did. Or something.
It's probably payback for you chasing her around the house with your pants down.
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I somehow completely missed this thread while it was relevant.

lolgaxe wrote:
So I, in my infinite wisdom suggested we take some kind of dancing class. She's a chick most of the time, and chicks dig dancing, right? I figured that I'd plant that idea into her head, let it stew for a while, and slowly move the conversation and suggestions to a form of dance that I could stomach, if not actually enjoy. I may, or may not have said it, but I'm kind of a fan of the 20~50s era. Or rather the fashion, music, and dance at the very least. So I slowly started playing more Sinatra and Martin, put out my suit to wear, that kind of thing.

So over the past two hours I've been on and off the phone with her deciding what we'll be doing. I've been suggesting swing, and she's been suggesting para para. Para para is that seizure inducing teeny dance thing from Japan that anime endings are animated as and basically Dance Dance Revolution without the cover of being a video game.

It was a very democratic process, let me tell you. We both voted on which we would rather do, tried to convince the other, and with a fair vote she won with the majority of the 1-1 votes, apparently. I blame the margin of error. So, my weekend is spoken for. Anyone else wishing the world would end in the next twelve hours?

Did you happen to meet your wife when you were stationed in Okinawa? Smiley: dubious
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#24 Sep 23 2013 at 9:57 PM Rating: Good
I hit 3 birthday parties: My Dad's 60th was Friday, Saturday a friend's daughter turned 4, & another friend's daughter turned 1. Then on Sunday I worked. After our Housekeeping manager was fired for stealing tips from the housekeepers last week, & all of the managers have been helping out, they neglected Sunday completely. So Sunday I got to inspect 70 rooms while running the front desk during a 12 hour day (Hurray Salary!). But, Breaking Bad was on when I got home which almost made up for it except I followed that with the Dexter series finale - big mistake.

So I took my rage out on some GTA V.
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I had to google para para. Looks terrifying.
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I still have my shins, damnit.
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I figured Para Para involved parachuting parasaurophalii. Does it not?
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I figured it involved wax. Probably hot wax.
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Skydiving herbivores aren't that impressive, so I'd have nothing to do with them.
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You have to admit they would be somewhat effective as an aerial bombardment squad after eating though.

"What's that up iun the sky???!!! Oh, ****! <SPLAT>"
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You could probably get that from a carnivore, and still have an effective ground attack afterwards, though.
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Sure, but the primary **** attack would be uncertain depending on the terrein. Specifically we would have to take a look a the old question "Does a bear **** in the woods?" The answer to which our finest sicentific minds are studiosly ignoring in hopes we'll find something better to do than keep asking them to figure that one out.
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I think we can hire spg to do that research.
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spg?

It's Friday again (yippee!).

My husband left me yesterday for 2+ weeks. Not sure what I'm going to do with my temporary freedom.
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someproteinguy.

Hire two private investigators to follow each other. Only pay the one that figures it out first. The other one was either wasting time or not as good at their job. I, on the other hand, have no plans. The moons and planets have unaligned.

Edited, Sep 27th 2013 9:32am by lolgaxe
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Not sure what I'm going to do with my temporary freedom.

***** it up!

No idea what we're up to this weekend. Weather is supposed to be nice so we'll have to think of something. Been playing some EQ lately as well -- I guess the secret is to take a three year break now and then.
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I think we can hire spg to do that research.
Sure, we catch the bear, chop it into bits, then suspend the bits in an oscillating electrical field for you. Usually at that point the machine will print out a whole steaming pile of confusing numbers which we'll give back to you and say we need more funding to fully understand the complexity of the problem.

All for only $75 dollars an hour. Smiley: cool
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someproteinguy wrote:
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I think we can hire spg to do that research.
Sure, we catch the bear, chop it into bits, then suspend the bits in an oscillating electrical field for you. Usually at that point the machine will print out a whole steaming pile of confusing numbers which we'll give back to you and say we need more funding to fully understand the complexity of the problem.

All for only $75 dollars an hour. Smiley: cool

I'd charge a bit more for catching a bear and chopping it to bits.
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I think we can hire spg to do that research.
Sure, we catch the bear, chop it into bits, then suspend the bits in an oscillating electrical field for you. Usually at that point the machine will print out a whole steaming pile of confusing numbers which we'll give back to you and say we need more funding to fully understand the complexity of the problem.

All for only $75 dollars an hour. Smiley: cool

I'd charge a bit more for catching a bear and chopping it to bits.
I plan on sub-contracting the bear catching to a buddy of mine who'll shoot about anything for a case of cheap beer.

Think of it as a competitive advantage.

Edited, Sep 27th 2013 8:30am by someproteinguy
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I have friends who will shoot it for a chance to use their guns. They may even pay you for letting them shoot the bear.
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I have friends who will shoot it for a chance to use their guns. They may even pay you for letting them shoot the bear.

I hunted bear once. There was a lottery to be allowed to. You should definitely charge him. Also, anything larger than a .22 target pistol is for pussies.
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I have friends who will shoot it for a chance to use their guns. They may even pay you for letting them shoot the bear.

I hunted bear once. There was a lottery to be allowed to. You should definitely charge him. Also, anything larger than a .22 target pistol is for pussies.


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The husband and I went to the Ho'olaule'a last night. Basically island bands playing on big stages downtown and roads blocked off. It was the 20th anniversary, and we wanted to see The Green play, since they're the biggest band that played. We spent about an hour at Cronies, the bar on the corner, so that he could have a few beers, watched the band for a little while, then headed back home and watched "This is the End." It was a good night.

Today, I finished the plans for the Staff of Herding in Diablo III then proceeded to kill unicorns and cuddly teddy bears that wanted to eat my flesh while tickling clouds and opening pots-o-gold. It was fun. Now we have to do some laundry, dishes, and start packing since we're moving 5,000 miles away in exactly 1 week.
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Now we have to do some laundry, dishes, and start packing since we're moving 5,000 miles away in exactly 1 week.

Leaving paradise so soon?

Was that the plan?
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start packing since we're moving 5,000 miles away in exactly 1 week.

Have fun in Japan!
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start packing since we're moving 5,000 miles away in exactly 1 week.

Have fun in Japan!
Japan is pretty cool.

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then headed back home and watched "This is the End." It was a good night.

Pointless story: The other week, Flea and I were going to see a movie and settled on "This is the End" which I hadn't heard of but sounded good enough. I checked the movie times and accidentally looked at the wrong theater and saw "The World's End" and thought that was the flick we had agreed on. Then we got there, Flea said she thought we were at the wrong place, I assured her that we weren't and then she was proven right when we saw the movie poster but it was too late to head to the other theater.

But The World's End proved to be enjoyable anyway so it all worked out. And Flea said later that she was pretty sure I was wrong but figured it wasn't worth making a fuss over.
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