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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby Quercus » Sat Feb 28, 2015 10:28 am UTC

Xenomortis wrote:Only in terms of hand-mouth coordination. :wink:

Likewise :wink:

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Postby Felstaff » Sat Feb 28, 2015 11:03 am UTC

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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby Angua » Sat Feb 28, 2015 12:39 pm UTC

addams wrote:
She's the one that said, "Single Servings" about Piglets.
She's funny And has Cool Stuff??

I call, "Not Fair!"
We want Your Mom!

Does she speak with the echo of a dialect. too?

No, she didn't grow up on Nevis because my grandfather moved around a lot, her's is a mix of British (boarding school) and Canadian (university).
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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby addams » Mon Mar 02, 2015 4:58 am UTC

Angua wrote:
addams wrote:
She's the one that said, "Single Servings" about Piglets.
She's funny And has Cool Stuff??

I call, "Not Fair!"
We want Your Mom!

Does she speak with the echo of a dialect. too?

No, she didn't grow up on Nevis because my grandfather moved around a lot, her's is a mix of British (boarding school) and Canadian (university).

Ok. She has an English accent.
More importantly; Is your Mom the Piglet Mom?

I thought that was your Mom.
That's a funny Mom.
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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby Angua » Mon Mar 02, 2015 11:23 am UTC

Yes, that was her.
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Postby Sombrero Cat » Tue Mar 03, 2015 4:08 am UTC

Why cant people see that religion and Science aren't at odds? Why cant people see the similarities? The closer man gets, the more we learn of the fall. It's not the tower we fall from, but what it's built it upon. The pace isn't important, and while great achievements have been accomplished in times of war, much greater has been achieved in times of peace. while the collective eye looks to the future, our survival instinct should as well. So, I guess what I'm saying is, we get it together or burn in hell. It's Science! Quit your biotching over petty shit!

Dear lord, if you are listening, kill MTV programing, and most all of the reality shows. I promise I will be good from now on. No more biotches and hoes. A few days under the weather can really change a man. Gracias. SC

P.S. cancel every house wife ever. I'd get caught for three seconds and never recover! I flipped channels for days! Drill my brain!!!

Hello Canada! I'm smarter than some, less than others. I'm a pilot and USCG captain. I have a degree in history, marine technology, and MBA equivalency (ran a bank for 5 yrs.) I'm 6'2" 220 with green eyes(have better current photos xkcd). Good with horses, fishing, and can build anything. Would it be ok if I got a job up there? Please don"t make me watch any more of this! Please! I don't think they will let me go. Follow the north star!

This is not a joke.
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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby Thesh » Tue Mar 03, 2015 4:28 am UTC

Sombrero Cat wrote:Why cant people see that religion and Science aren't at odds?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFV9_MQ_jio
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Postby Sombrero Cat » Tue Mar 03, 2015 4:49 am UTC

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFV9_MQ_jio


I can appreciate that. It has a green sleeves vibe with a kicking darkside. holla!

My eyes have seen the coming of the corporate state, the villages trampled in the tyrant's wake, the truth goes marching on.

Shit, I'm gonna meet a nice Canadian girl. Fat? That's Ok, warmer in the winter. toothless? Shite, that's ok too. one eye? ain't no thing but a chicken wing. It's what's in your soul! :|

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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby eSOANEM » Tue Mar 03, 2015 12:16 pm UTC

Haggard <3
my pronouns are they

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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby Quercus » Tue Mar 03, 2015 12:26 pm UTC

eSOANEM wrote:Haggard <3


No, Haggard >3
Spoiler:
Haggard = 18 (or strictly len(Haggard) = 18) if you count only the current members :D


But, seriously - how did I not know about this band before?

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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby Wonderbolt » Tue Mar 03, 2015 12:54 pm UTC

Quercus wrote:
eSOANEM wrote:Haggard <3


No, Haggard >3
Spoiler:
Haggard = 18 (or strictly len(Haggard) = 18) if you count only the current members :D

I feel like you've just given a good example of why operator overloading is often a bad idea.

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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby Sombrero Cat » Tue Mar 03, 2015 1:43 pm UTC

I wear sombrero in winter after skiing in Banff or Whistler. I send full resume now. Gracias.

I'll delivery boat for you! http://www.sailboatdeliverycaptain.com (website is a work in progress. Did I mention that I'm somewhat tech savy?)

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Irish (not from Ireland. People in Ireland are mostly nice. Of Irish descent, living in the south...)
Southerners
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Snakes

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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby PolakoVoador » Tue Mar 03, 2015 3:17 pm UTC

Wonderbolt wrote:
Quercus wrote:
eSOANEM wrote:Haggard <3


No, Haggard >3
Spoiler:
Haggard = 18 (or strictly len(Haggard) = 18) if you count only the current members :D

I feel like you've just given a good example of why operator overloading is often a bad idea.


I want to upvote this post

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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby Sombrero Cat » Tue Mar 03, 2015 5:28 pm UTC

Iz could use help optimizing my web page. I know it needs more content, focus keywords, and create more links.

Iz anything else Iz can do prior to Google Analytics?

Iz know im in the right place because there are so many lil crawly things.

Domo gato senor roboto

More specifically, how in the world is this website coming up in the top 5 of every search? What's he got going on in the music link? Im on page 4 if you search for sailboat delivery captain! I gotta roll up my sleeves on this thing. Full disclosure, I was pointing another site with similar content. It has been parked, and I'm not showing anything flagging the site. My site was 1st for several months. What up with that???

http://www.usyachtdelivery.com

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Postby Izawwlgood » Tue Mar 03, 2015 5:49 pm UTC

It's not my job to do your work.
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Postby Sombrero Cat » Tue Mar 03, 2015 7:12 pm UTC

I know you must be very busy getting ready to colonize mars. I wasn't looking for you to do my work, rather a little pearl of wisdom. For example...Don't forget to pack plenty of hookers and blow for your trip! I understand it can get very lonely over there. You might wanna bring your friend Patches too. I understand he is looking for something to do. He's a rather angry lil fella. Some hookers and blow might do him some good! See, just a lil pearl. Would that have been so hard? You're welcome.

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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby bigglesworth » Tue Mar 03, 2015 7:12 pm UTC

Hagbard <3 the Pope
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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby strake » Tue Mar 03, 2015 9:45 pm UTC

bigglesworth wrote:Hagbard <3 the Pope


But perhaps Hagbard > 2 the Pope...

How many Popes can Hagbard take in a fight?

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Postby bigglesworth » Tue Mar 03, 2015 10:27 pm UTC

Well a) Hagbard is a genuine and authorised Pope. But aren't we all fighting with ourselves?
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Postby Sombrero Cat » Tue Mar 03, 2015 11:28 pm UTC

But perhaps Hagbard > 2 the Pope...

How many Popes can Hagbard take in a fight?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oFcFzJT7Tw


Spoiler:
Dood, if you're gonna fund a bull shit gig like ali....., stinky lying American, for profit!!! It's a weak attempt to create a bull shit scenario. Yes rocky, fight for the grenade we just threw in your lap! blah blah blah. Oh the silver fox isn't your controller! blah blah blah. Use the bottom of your barrel for more productive purposes. Biotch Please! I make dog fish into scallops and serve em with a little salt, pepper, white wine, and butta. Use a cookie cutter... Stop the madness! Good talk quacker. There will never be a day that I fear you. Am I speaking YOUR language? I think so.


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(act one taco stand)Throw a woman into a situation as a single (act 2) breaking bad trailer dumping all possessions , lie about everything. (act 3 day 2) Married, but divorced and victim of abuse (this is where they prey on kindness) No way home. Husband PTSD team vet.(unlikely, more like az mc sugar's man). Entire time preying on emotion and kindness. Now, does your bible tell you to help the needy who you have compassion for? That's what they are preying on. The things you have a familiarity with? We are divorced! (not true) It is almost final and still friends (not true). (Act 4) candle stick and never goes anywhere without her "rubber ducky". Biblical law, in what context, sir? Nothing but thugs and lies preying on kindness. Shame is on you sir.It takes me time to digest and regurgitate such fowl. What, you shit bag duck? Lets start talking some truth! you like tocall people out? Now I'm calling you out! Are you afraid to face me? Or do you just suck money like the whores on your payroll? door swings both ways. come on down for a round of golf and look me in the eye. Good golf, I'll give em that... This ain't the first paragraph with your prints. Pick your course. Sorry, your thug tactics that lawyers have been overturning for years don't make you worthy of the title "best in the business", they just make you a relic of an era where truth didn't matter. Your loose affiliation with Nazis is another matter entirely. Now, lets start talking some truth. I'll go to the ends of the earth for the truth about you, I don't just say what money tells me. Especially dirty money


Spoiler:
good day
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Spoiler:
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Spoiler:
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It's because we live it(BBC). you see, there is no lying when you live it. There isn't rubber ducky to make bath time fun. you're all alone. just trying to insulate yourself from a lying Nazi tyrant. sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, but it doesn't change who you are. Just tote a big ass mirror.

* edit some profanity and redundancy. Drunk history clean up...
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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby Djehutynakht » Wed Mar 04, 2015 6:52 am UTC

There was a special election (state legislature) where I live today.

I just figured out that, if I had gotten one other party-unenrolled voter, plus myself, to write me in on the Green Party primary (no names appeared on said ticket) I would have won it.

There was one single write-in vote cast in the entire Green Party primary.

Technically, I suppose, if the vote's valid, that person is now a candidate.

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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby FierceContinent » Wed Mar 04, 2015 10:47 pm UTC

Djehutynakht wrote:There was a special election (state legislature) where I live today.

I just figured out that, if I had gotten one other party-unenrolled voter, plus myself, to write me in on the Green Party primary (no names appeared on said ticket) I would have won it.

There was one single write-in vote cast in the entire Green Party primary.

Technically, I suppose, if the vote's valid, that person is now a candidate.


...and that is why voting is important
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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby addams » Wed Mar 04, 2015 11:50 pm UTC

FierceContinent wrote:
Djehutynakht wrote:There was a special election (state legislature) where I live today.

I just figured out that, if I had gotten one other party-unenrolled voter, plus myself, to write me in on the Green Party primary (no names appeared on said ticket) I would have won it.

There was one single write-in vote cast in the entire Green Party primary.

Technically, I suppose, if the vote's valid, that person is now a candidate.


...and that is why voting is important

Or; Maybe, that is why it is UnImportant.
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Postby Sombrero Cat » Thu Mar 05, 2015 2:28 am UTC

The funnies part was the structure. Even if I wanted to,
I couldn't get rid of her without throwing her on the street, in a foreign country ("senior naval officers daughter", lie).
The flee bag mutt (dog didn't even know her) posed another issue. All the while preying on good nature. Tick burrowed in.
The curse of the mummy! I was trying to ditch IT from go, but based on the lies, I would've felt like a dirt bag.
Be more specific, funny man. I'm not gonna chase my tail after looking after your pill popping punk for a few months.

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Enjoyed comic. Cheers!

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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby addams » Sat Mar 07, 2015 6:09 am UTC

Rarely do we find men who willingly engage in hard, solid thinking.
There is an almost universal quest for easy answers and half-baked solutions.
Nothing pains some people more than having to think.
Martin Luther King, Jr.


Just a random thought.

No!
Not Mine.
Dr. King's.
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Postby Jplus » Sat Mar 07, 2015 7:35 am UTC

Dr. King was ahead of his time.

Book
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Postby Sombrero Cat » Tue Mar 10, 2015 1:22 am UTC

Enjoyed the March. Yup, don't buy their shite or work for em. Strangle their dollar. Just like Gandi. No saddle on my back.
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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby poxic » Tue Mar 10, 2015 1:58 am UTC

(Psst: hey Cat, that's a flat-brimmed Stetson, not a sombrero.)
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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby Thesh » Tue Mar 10, 2015 2:09 am UTC

poxic wrote:(Psst: hey Cat, that's a flat-brimmed Stetson, not a sombrero.)

https://translate.google.com/#es/en/Sombrero
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Postby Sombrero Cat » Tue Mar 10, 2015 2:10 am UTC

I don't sport the Cowboy hat before May, it's just too cold. Unless it's tequila night, then lord knows whose horse is getting stolen. And, my hat is a "Bailey's Urollit". I like a lil bend in the brim. Some beautiful country up there on the left coast. Cheers!

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Postby Sombrero Cat » Wed Mar 11, 2015 2:27 am UTC

Well, here is a photo.
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Postby poxic » Wed Mar 11, 2015 2:38 am UTC

Nice hat.
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Postby Sombrero Cat » Wed Mar 11, 2015 2:49 pm UTC

Now that's a tequila night. A flipin selfie! Fixed everything, should be good for another 5 years. Hell is being stuck in the south. Counting the days.

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Thank you, I bought it at a second hand store in Arizona. I like hats. I have an attic full of hats. If not given as a gift, once weathered and worn, they get retired, only to look back with fond memories. Each one full of sweat and stories.

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Love the jacket. Let the tanks roll.

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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby mathmannix » Wed Mar 11, 2015 5:56 pm UTC

Wait wait... so, in Mexico and in other Spanish-speaking countries, are these all literally called "sombreros"?
Spoiler:
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You can wear a Tyrolean sombrero, an Indiana Jones sombrero, a Willie Wonka sombrero, a baseball sombrero, or a stocking sombrero?
What distinguishes a "real" sombrero?
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I hear velociraptor tastes like chicken.

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Postby poxic » Wed Mar 11, 2015 6:25 pm UTC

Sombrero is the Spanish word for hat, yes. I'm sure there are also Spanish (or imported) words that would allow one to specify which particular type of hat.

English speakers call the wide-brimmed thing a sombrero because (probably) that's the answer they got when they asked a Spanish speaker what they were wearing on their head. Sort of like how Canadians call knit caps tuques/toques, after the French for a kind of soft hat.
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Postby mathmannix » Wed Mar 11, 2015 6:28 pm UTC

Still, I think it would be funny if a tourist in Mexico asked a storekeeper for a sombrero, and received a blue top hat or a pink cowboy hat.
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Re: (F)leeting (A)nd (R)andom (T)houghts

Postby Yablo » Fri Mar 13, 2015 5:08 pm UTC

mathmannix wrote:Still, I think it would be funny if a tourist in Mexico asked a storekeeper for a sombrero, and received a blue top hat or a pink cowboy hat.

If I were a Mexican sombrero storekeeper, I doubt I'd sell anything else.
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Postby bachaddict » Sat Mar 14, 2015 6:36 am UTC

If the Titanic hit an iceberg, why were there no iceberg pieces in the wreckage?? :shock:
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Postby Deva » Sat Mar 14, 2015 6:56 am UTC

Melted.
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Postby Neil_Boekend » Sat Mar 14, 2015 8:43 am UTC

Just like the bullet that killed Kenedy.
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