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Originally Posted by HRoi View Post

don't know how i managed to do this, but i think i injured my left rotator cuff and right elbow simultaneously. worked out, did some stuff around the house, and the next morning - pain!

Take it easy, rotator cuff injuries are no joke. Hopefully it's just inflamed, try a little ice and Aleve.
post #37982 of 66993
^ thanks, did that and i also have a date with the hot tub in an hour
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Hurricane Sandy.
post #37984 of 66993
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Originally Posted by Douglas View Post

this has me seeing red - would appreciate mature feedback on this: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
my wife is out of town, and for the past few days i've been snapping a few iPhone photos of my kid (3-year-old-daughter) in various candids that represent our home life together. i've forwarded the photos via text to my wife so that she's felt connected while away.
one of the photos was of her in the shower. one of us has to give her a bath or shower every night (obviously), and she was hamming it up in the shower a bit and i snapped a pic and sent it to my wife. she has her back turned to the cam and yes you can see her 3-year-old butt but she's looking back and smiling and holding a toy.
a day or so later i got a text from her auntie - my mother-in-law's sister. Let's call her Rose. Rose watched my daughter for the first 3 years of her life - she was our day care provider, 1-on-1, until our daughter started preschool just a month or two ago. auntie was saying she missed our daughter, and i forwarded the pic because i thought it was cute.
I then sent it to my mother in law, who had called earlier in the evening, thinking hey, maybe she'll think this is cute too. that's it - both people who have seen the kid in this exact scenario before. In fact, I believe both have, within the past week.
anyways, the fact that i took and forwarded this pic is now a cause of great fucking consternation with the in-laws, who are apparently beside themselves with this immodest photo and the father who took it, it being inappropriate at her age and whatnot. they are all talking about it and apparently some in the family "can't even look at it."
am i nuts for being outraged at what i am perceiving as a pretty salacious implication?
(ib4 post is useless without pics)

http://duncanbanner.com/x917777991/Parents-face-child-pornography-charges

I have no idea of the content of the photos in this case, but this is the kind of shit we have to deal with nowadays.
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Hurricane Sandy.

I hope the wind doesn't mess up your hair frown.giffrown.giffrown.gif
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

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Originally Posted by Douglas View Post

this has me seeing red - would appreciate mature feedback on this: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
my wife is out of town, and for the past few days i've been snapping a few iPhone photos of my kid (3-year-old-daughter) in various candids that represent our home life together. i've forwarded the photos via text to my wife so that she's felt connected while away.
one of the photos was of her in the shower. one of us has to give her a bath or shower every night (obviously), and she was hamming it up in the shower a bit and i snapped a pic and sent it to my wife. she has her back turned to the cam and yes you can see her 3-year-old butt but she's looking back and smiling and holding a toy.
a day or so later i got a text from her auntie - my mother-in-law's sister. Let's call her Rose. Rose watched my daughter for the first 3 years of her life - she was our day care provider, 1-on-1, until our daughter started preschool just a month or two ago. auntie was saying she missed our daughter, and i forwarded the pic because i thought it was cute.
I then sent it to my mother in law, who had called earlier in the evening, thinking hey, maybe she'll think this is cute too. that's it - both people who have seen the kid in this exact scenario before. In fact, I believe both have, within the past week.
anyways, the fact that i took and forwarded this pic is now a cause of great fucking consternation with the in-laws, who are apparently beside themselves with this immodest photo and the father who took it, it being inappropriate at her age and whatnot. they are all talking about it and apparently some in the family "can't even look at it."
am i nuts for being outraged at what i am perceiving as a pretty salacious implication?
(ib4 post is useless without pics)

http://duncanbanner.com/x917777991/Parents-face-child-pornography-charges

I have no idea of the content of the photos in this case, but these are my typical clients.

FTFY
post #37987 of 66993
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post


http://duncanbanner.com/x917777991/Parents-face-child-pornography-charges
I have no idea of the content of the photos in this case, but this is the kind of shit we have to deal with nowadays.

And they dropped the pictures at Walmart????

 

Perverts and idiots at the same time.

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Originally Posted by lasbar69 View Post

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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

http://duncanbanner.com/x917777991/Parents-face-child-pornography-charges

I have no idea of the content of the photos in this case, but this is the kind of shit we have to deal with nowadays.
And they dropped the pictures at Walmart????

Perverts and idiots at the same time.

Well done. I couldn't quite figure out how to accuse them of idiocy without sounding like I was defending their perversion.
post #37990 of 66993
worst ad spot ever. i thought he was the missing dad at first.

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

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I assume you're prepared for power loss, yes? I hope it stays on.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

worst ad spot ever. i thought he was the missing dad at first.

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Originally Posted by JayJay View Post

I assume you're prepared for power loss, yes? I hope it stays on.

as much as we can be. i wanted more flashlights (inb4fleshlightsfix), but there is not a single one still for sale. i hope we dont lose power, but if we do, i think we wil manage somehow.
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post

yeah, part of the problem is that its a cultural thing. the guy has 40 cheap suits, all in garish patterns, and a whole bunch of cheap shoes, with long, curly toes. so he doens't see me as well dressed, which I don't care about. and his casual clothes are brigth sweatshirts and jeans and sneakers. which is all fine, until you are in HQ, where we have a dress code that is based on US concepts of business casual. so you have to dress like all the other drones, for 2-3 days a year. how fucking hard is that?

Fuck me, so a week after this guy has been disrupting my sales strategy meeting, he tells me his wife had a miscarriage the first day of the meeting, which has been driving his being an asshole.

If I had known I would have sent him home, and I tried to get him to go home now, and he doesn't want to. Now I feel like a real ahole.
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post

Fuck me, so a week after this guy has been disrupting my sales strategy meeting, he tells me his wife had a miscarriage the first day of the meeting, which has been driving his being an asshole.
If I had known I would have sent him home, and I tried to get him to go home now, and he doesn't want to. Now I feel like a real ahole.

You can only make decisions based on the information you have. There's no way you could have known that.
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