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#3702 May 09 2017 at 9:35 PM Rating: Good
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I too agree the number of years for unopposed Republican policy is in the set of |ℝ|. Allegory the soothsayer they call me.
#3703 May 10 2017 at 12:06 PM Rating: Good
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someproteinguy wrote:
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and when the average Joe Fuckhead goes to vote, that will be the first and probably the only thing he thinks about.
So what you're saying is you would rather have the average Joe ******** to use his uneducated, alternative-fact-driven, knee-jerk vote to influence something that actually matters?

I'm sure that'll end well... Smiley: rolleyes


No. It hasn't ended well, has it.

It doesn't matter what you or I want. It's about what is. It's not something that can be changed. Joe Fuckhead represents the vast majority of people, and you don't influence Joe Fuckhead by being baited into a conversation and acknowledging something as ridiculous as Trump's wall-- which is never going happen, and never was-- which only became a topic to begin with for no purpose other than to influence Joe Fuckhead's vote.

It is not surprising how there is so much confusion over this. It's just like whenever we talk about Feminism, and every time the response is "Well, Men's Rights activists are bad." No shit? It's like the two things are exactly the same just with genders reversed. --or with lolgaxe's comment from earlier:

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You could start with explaining why it was okay for the vanilla to try to convert the other flavors but somehow the other flavors doing it is undermining it's religion.


-as if the two entities performing the same misdeed somehow negate each other. -- or that vanilla's transgression somehow absolves the others of theirs.

I am not trying to make some argument where someone is wrong and someone is right. I am saying they are all wrong. "Wrong" being just the most monumental of understatements.

Up until a week or two ago, I thought of Bill Nye as something of a reputable representation of my own views. Now he is a joke.(the obvious reply to this would be: "Oh well looks like he fits your views just fine then hyukyukyuk") Who on Earth is considered progressive or liberal can still be taken seriously? No one comes to mind.

Conservatives have a long list of public figures-- all of which are equally moronic. The difference is: Conservatives stand on a platform of anti-intellectualism and willful ignorance, so it works for them. No one is going think twice about Sean Hannity if he says something equivalent to "I hate black people." Sean Hannity loses nothing here, because nearly everyone he is speaking to will agree with him. I'm using this as an example here: If you represent something like BLM and say something equivalent to "I hate white people"-- then you have lost. You have lowered yourself to the same standard as the people you are speaking out against, and effectively alienated a very large portion of people who would otherwise be on your side.

Is this starting to paint some kind of picture yet? Or am I wasting my time still?
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#3704 May 10 2017 at 12:33 PM Rating: Excellent
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Is this starting to paint some kind of picture yet? Or am I wasting my time still?
Nope I follow you, well probably, at least.

We're in an interesting situation now in this country where there's seemingly no longer a motivation to provide a consistent set of facts to the public. We lived for decades in a cold-war atmosphere where at least there was a certain amount of uniformity in the propaganda. There were Rs and Ds, but they both could at least fall down on some kind of common rhetoric at the end of the day. That's not the case anymore, and there seems to be little interest in providing a uniform set of "facts" for public consumption. Add in that the average person has seen the relative value of their labor decline steadily over the last few decades and there's less and less economic advantage to doing anything for the common person at all really.

So there's little reason to value the common person, what we think, what we want, or what's best for us as a country. We're simply tools to be manipulated for someone else's benefit in a game we can't reasonably compete in. People like Bill Nye are now simply useful tools in a narrative, to be used up, compensated with some small trinkets, and left to fend for themselves in the end. Not that it wasn't always like that, but the behavior seems to be accelerating more.

Perhaps that's just my rose-tinted glasses though.

Edited, May 10th 2017 12:01pm by someproteinguy
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#3705 May 10 2017 at 12:58 PM Rating: Good
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Up until a week or two ago, I thought of Bill Nye as something of a reputable representation of my own views. Now he is a joke
So? No one should ever agree with anyone else 100% of the time. You weren't the target audience for that segment. Move the fuck on.

Or don't. Pick up Captain America comics and post videos on Twitter of you burning them in the bathtub with other progressives.
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#3706 May 11 2017 at 7:54 AM Rating: Good
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There is no ankylosaur, only Zuul Crurivastator.

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Someone call the Ghostbusters: Scientists have discovered a new species of horned, club-tailed dinosaur with a spooky resemblance to the monstrous demigod Zuul, one of the villains of the 1984 movie.

The ankylosaur, described in Royal Society Open Science, could shed light on the surprising diversity of these creatures near the end of the age of dinosaurs.

Zuul crurivastator’s scaly body stretched some 20 feet long, with an impressive tail that took up half that length. Its tail was lined with forbidding spikes and ended in a sledgehammer-like club. Two horns sat on its skull right behind the eyes, giving it a very Zuul-like look that inspired the genus name.

Z. crurivastator weighed in around 5,500 pounds, which is about the size of a white rhinoceros, said study leader Victoria Arbour, a paleontologist at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.

Fearsome as it may look, this dinosaur was a plant eater that roamed present-day northern Montana some 75 million years ago. This specimen was discovered while scientists were digging up another dinosaur and a bulldozer apparently encountered the ankylosaur’s tail. (A small fragment came off in the process but was easily reattached later, Arbour said.)

Complete fossils of ankylosaurs are, for some reason, very difficult to find. Like a coin toss, these specimens basically appear to produce either heads or tails — but not both at the same time.

“You get, like, an OK tail but a little scrap of the skull, or a pretty nice skull and a little scrap of the tail,” Arbour said.

The fact that this specimen has such a complete skull and tail makes it a rare discovery. The size and shape of the strange spikes along the tail and the ornamentation on the skull help mark it as a novel ankylosaur species.

And the fossil has been so well preserved — perhaps buried in sediment soon after it died — that researchers even found soft tissue, including scales and sheaths for the spikes. Because the soft tissue was so well preserved, the spikes were held together in their original placement.

“It keeps those bony spikes in place all the way down the tail, so we have a really good idea of what it would have looked like while it was alive,” Arbour said. “It kind of is like a Rosetta stone for interpreting isolated spikes when we find them when we’re just walking around the badlands.”

Like their relatively close cousins the stegosaurs, ankylosaurs may have used their weaponized tails to fend off predators such as tyrannosaurs: The species name crurivastator means “destroyer of shins.”

It’s also possible that the dinosaurs used their tails to compete with other males, though it’s hard to test that theory in an extinct species, Arbour noted.

“We know that other ankylosaurs could swing their tails with a lot of force, enough force to break bone,” she said. “But they were really well-adapted for absorbing those forces so they wouldn’t break themselves.”

Scientists once thought North America was home to just one or two species of ankylosaur, but this new specimen adds to the growing body of evidence that there were far more of these hammer-tailed species than previously thought.

“That kind of matches up a bit more with what we see in the horned dinosaurs and the duck-billed dinosaurs, where there’s really high species diversity in the twilight of the age of dinosaurs,” Arbour said. “So they were doing really well at that period ... and this particular dinosaur filled in a little bit of a gap in that record.”

The paleontologists haven’t yet fully extricated the fossil from the large hunks of rock they brought back to the lab; that process could take a couple of years, Arbour said.

In the meantime, they hope to examine the fossil’s soft tissues to learn about its biochemistry and perhaps identify molecules like keratin or collagen, the kinds of compounds found in fingernails or skin.

“We’re also going to be studying some of the other fossils that were found in the same quarry as this ankylosaur,” Arbour added. “We’ve got great fossils of turtles and crocodiles and other dinosaurs and plants and clams and snails, so we’re hoping to be able to flesh out the ecosystem that Zuul lived in as well.”
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#3707 May 11 2017 at 12:00 PM Rating: Excellent
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Zuul, the destroyer (of shins) is quite possibly the best dinosaur name.
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#3708 May 14 2017 at 6:56 AM Rating: Excellent
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I saw this and immediately thought of Joph. Now I must know where it is.
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#3709 May 14 2017 at 8:44 AM Rating: Excellent
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#3710 May 15 2017 at 7:38 AM Rating: Good
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Gyros for lunch it is.
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#3711 May 15 2017 at 8:03 AM Rating: Excellent
My Gyros place just shut down :(
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#3712 May 15 2017 at 10:13 AM Rating: Excellent
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Gyros for lunch it is.

Do they have gyros over there? I thought you guys had donairs or something.
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#3713 May 15 2017 at 10:43 AM Rating: Good
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Oh, we got both kinds of music rotating grilled meats here.

I guess it'd be all three types, but that doesn't translate into a vaguely Blues Brothers quote.
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#3714 May 15 2017 at 4:52 PM Rating: Decent
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We get gyro platters on occasion; my wife only eats the meat since she doesn't do carbs but I love me some wraps.
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my wife only eats the meat

I'll bet she does. Smiley: wink2
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Every time someone tells me they don't eat carbs it triggers the **** out of me.
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Every time someone tells me they don't eat carbs it triggers the **** out of me.

Snowflake.
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#3718 May 15 2017 at 11:26 PM Rating: Good
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I used to think that as a greasy nerd I'd float to the surface after all the snowflakes melted into a homogeneous pool, but then it Dawned on me.
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I used to think that as an oiled up Adonis I could get any girl after I rose above the thickened slush of fallen snowflakes, but then it turns out I had some Fairy in me.
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Edited, May 16th 2017 12:51am by Allegory
#3721 May 16 2017 at 7:43 AM Rating: Good
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I used to think I knew everything. I was a "smart person" who "got things done," and because of that, the higher I climbed, the more I could look down and scoff at what seemed silly or simple, even religion. But then I took an arrow to the knee.
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#3722 May 16 2017 at 8:41 AM Rating: Excellent
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I used to think I knew everything. I was a "smart person" who "got things done," and because of that, the higher I climbed, the more I could look down and scoff at what seemed silly or simple, even religion. But then I took an arrow to the knee otter to the foot.

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#3723 May 16 2017 at 9:25 AM Rating: Good
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I watched that video on mute while listening to the Angry Beavers theme song and it made it better.
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#3724 May 16 2017 at 10:03 AM Rating: Excellent
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No doubt, that's the kind of life strategy that can make just about anything better. Should really use it more myself, but the Mrs. has thus-far objected to being fitted with a mute button. Smiley: frown

Edited, May 16th 2017 9:33am by someproteinguy
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A Texas man recently took a woman he met online to see Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but their first date quickly became their last due to the fact she was responsible for what he calls "a first date from hell" due to her checking her phone "10 to 20 times in 15 minutes to read and send text messages."

He reportedly asked her to stop multiple times only to be met with countless refusals, something she said was because she was texting a friend who had a bust-up with her boyfriend. "I had my phone low and I wasn’t bothering anybody. It wasn’t like constant texting." Once the date was over, he asked for his money - a whopping $17.31 - back, but she refused because he had asked her out on the date.

Now, he's taking her to court instead with a petition that her actions were in "direct" violation of the theater's non-texting policy and because the "defendant’s behaviour is a threat to civilised society." That's a tad extreme, but texting during a movie as good as this really is pretty damn unforgivable.

"I’m not a bad woman," she's since responded. "I just went out on a date." James Gunn disagrees
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#3726 May 17 2017 at 11:50 AM Rating: Good
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Is he unemployed? My time, not going to court, is worth far more to me than $17.31 I would think anyone who is employed would earn more at work than waiting in court all day.
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Maybe he's employed as a bailiff, smart guy.
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#3728 May 17 2017 at 2:02 PM Rating: Excellent
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Maybe he's employed as a bailiff, smart guy.


Is this his way of finagling a second date where cell phones are not allowed? Interesting strategy.

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"I'll see YOU in court! Thursday around 10am work for you? I can bring coffee..."

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#3731 May 18 2017 at 10:31 AM Rating: Excellent
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Well, and now it appears he really does feel exploited and put-upon, poor baby. He variously describes the date as "really fun" and "the date from ****", and says that she isn't handling it well at all.

He also texted everyone in Austin who shared her last name, looking for her. None replied, which is just so hurtful.
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He also texted everyone in Austin who shared her last name, looking for her.
These stalker types should really be sharing their free time and energy with the rest of us. Smiley: oyvey

Edited, May 18th 2017 10:00am by someproteinguy
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You know, like most of the stories I post I thought it was amusing but ultimately throwaway. I mean, I found it on a damn comic book site. Apparently not.


Edited, May 18th 2017 1:25pm by lolgaxe
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#3735 May 18 2017 at 2:11 PM Rating: Excellent
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"Leaving him without a ride home."

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#3736 May 18 2017 at 2:11 PM Rating: Excellent
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So, any amusing bad date stories?


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#3737 May 18 2017 at 3:00 PM Rating: Excellent
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You're assuming we even remember dating. Smiley: rolleyes

Never had a bad date that I recall at least, but definitely don't recommend learning new things about your ex after you break up. No good comes from that.
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So, any amusing bad date stories?

I went on a Bumble date a few weeks ago, during which I tried to explain the premise for Mystery Science Theater 3000.

We did not go on a second date. Probably for the best.
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I don't know if you can call it a date, but I was invited to a childhood friend of mine that I had feelings for off and on throughout grade and high school's house to say goodbye before I left for bootcamp. We hang out, eat a couple of burgers and watched a movie. Proceeded to get closer to kiss, and as we locked eyes I run to the bathroom and started puking. And I mean puking. Violent, projectile, red in the face because you can't breath, eyes bulging, possessed by the demon Pazuzu, the seventh seal has been broken, all hell's broken loose vomit. She starts rubbing my back as I emptied my stomach and probably a couple of other organs into her bathtub because at the time it seemed like a good idea to aim for a bigger target to contain all the sins of man being expelled from my gut.
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Yeah, I think that qualifies.

I have a somewhat similar story, although less colorful. I had just started dating a guy, I think we'd been out once and met up for coffee or something another time. I had to cancel plans because I got a stomach virus, and he sweetly and stupidly thought he'd bring me soup and take care of me.

It was such a nice gesture, and I was so sweaty and nauseated and full of hatred and empty of everything else, I just wanted more than anything for him to go far away. And he was wearing cologne, and every time I got a whiff of it my intestines started doing the watusi.

I think we went out one other time, and I tried to explain that when I'm sick I really need to be alone to recover or die. He must have thought that was unacceptably antisocial.
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#3742 May 19 2017 at 11:14 AM Rating: Excellent
My wife refuses to let me be anywhere near her when she's sick. No comforting allowed.
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I'm the same way. Don't talk to me, don't touch me, just leave me alone. Then again, I'm like that when I'm not sick as well.
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When I get sick, I get really sick so I like to be coddled.
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I have the immune system of the gods. I haven't been seriously sick since I got the flu about twenty years ago. I've had a couple of colds since then, but nothing that hasn't passed in less than week, and certainly nothing serious enough to keep me home. Off the top of my head, I honestly can't even remember the last time I had the sniffles.
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I don't know if you can call it a date, but I was invited to a childhood friend of mine that I had feelings for off and on throughout grade and high school's house to say goodbye before I left for bootcamp. We hang out, eat a couple of burgers and watched a movie. Proceeded to get closer to kiss, and as we locked eyes I run to the bathroom and started puking. And I mean puking. Violent, projectile, red in the face because you can't breath, eyes bulging, possessed by the demon Pazuzu, the seventh seal has been broken, all hell's broken loose vomit. She starts rubbing my back as I emptied my stomach and probably a couple of other organs into her bathtub because at the time it seemed like a good idea to aim for a bigger target to contain all the sins of man being expelled from my gut.


A woman who will rub your back while you're puking sounds like a keeper. I'd say bonus points if she holds your hair out of the way, but since you were going into bootcamp, I'm guessing that wasn't an issue (well, absent a Stripes style haircut scene awaiting you for the next day, that is).

I don't think I've ever had what I'd call a "bad" date. Mostly just a number of batshit crazy women, regardless of how the dates went. Don't get me wrong, they're fun, and exciting, and usually good in bed, but then... well... crazy. I learned early on to never, ever, under any circumstances, lend your car to your girlfriend. Don't know why, but most of the crazy came out in those situations. They'd come back, and be like "well... let me explain this completely absurd and totally avoidable sequence of events and what the result was to your car". And that's when they actually returned with the car at all (seriously, that happened. On a Friday. So three days of impound fees because apparently the "no parking" sign wasn't enough for her, so she decided to find the one freaking driveway along the entire mile long stretch of "no parking" roadway to block.

Heck. I once let a girlfriends parents borrow my car. Just for a quick run to the store, they said. What could go wrong with that, right? Don't know what it is with cars and girlfriends, but looking back, that always seemed to be a focal point for "weird stuff" happening (to be fair some good stuff happened involving girlfriends and cars too). And yeah, that's in addition to the normal level of crazy. More crazy than even I want to spend time writing. Don't get me wrong, there were a ton of good time in there, but at some point, you just can't deal with the crazy anymore.
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#3748 May 23 2017 at 12:38 PM Rating: Good
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Is that why the zam logo changed?
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Is that why the zam logo changed?

I came here to ask the same thing. Well, "why has the Zam logo changed?", but you know. Mostly the same thing.
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The logo or the question?

I like how it doesn't quite match the background. Brown on brown is harder than it looks I guess.
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Brown on brown is harder than it looks I guess.
On the legacy skin there's a slight darker border around it that my eyes keep getting drawn to and it's really annoying.
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