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post #5731 of 7264
That's awesome, they should throw a party.
post #5732 of 7264
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Fox5 just said that they got Tweets that kids are making it to school and teachers are not there....

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The principal is just perfect. Couldn't have scripted a more stereotypical absentee principal.

post #5733 of 7264
Actually went in today. Am regretting it.

It seriously snowed 5-6" in about 3 hours. Insane.
post #5734 of 7264
My office building is very old. Built in the late 1800's and is a landmark or something so some of the windows are shitty and old. In the men's room there is a window and flurries are actually coming through it. It is also like 30 degrees in there because of the drafty windows and no heating ducts.
post #5735 of 7264
I have a skylight in my bathroom in my apartment. Some flurries were also coming through it when I was taking a dizzump!
post #5736 of 7264
Whiny bitches don't want to show up for scheduled matches because of "snow"

My grandfather escaped from Cossacks by grabbing the tail of a fox through a hole in the barrel he was hiding in. The fox pulled him through snow covered woods. In a barrel. Hiding from Cossacks.

So what is this whiny shit?
post #5737 of 7264
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My office building is very old. Built in the late 1800's and is a landmark or something so some of the windows are shitty and old. In the men's room there is a window and flurries are actually coming through it. It is also like 30 degrees in there because of the drafty windows and no heating ducts.

Same here. The windows are single-pane and have probably been there since 1920. Every room in this building is either really hot or really cold.
post #5738 of 7264
Thread Starter 
I once worked in a building in NYC that had steam heat, over which we occupants had no control. Some of the rooms were so hot we had to open the windows on days like this just to make them bearable.
post #5739 of 7264

The Norwood Club.

 

Is anyone a member? Attend an event? Talk about the vibe?

 

lefty

post #5740 of 7264
I know some people who have gone to events there who knew people who were members. They said the events were nice, but everything was absurdly expensive. Jack and coke's for like $25 and such. I like the application form questions. They are so douchey. Also they don't tell you how much a membership costs, they just include a space for your to write your credit card number.
post #5741 of 7264
I am sad that lefty's question is not at all relevant to my life.
post #5742 of 7264

^ Had I asked about The Friars?

 

^^ Thanks. Looking for a venue space. FYI - dues are 1K.

 

lefty

post #5743 of 7264
Friars club is nice. Been there a few times for lunch and drinks. Feels like what it is. Haven't been to any of the event spaces there.
post #5744 of 7264
$1K? Why does everybody talk about it like only the wealthiest artists go there? People are ridiculous.
post #5745 of 7264
Keep in mind that it is a management owned rather than member governed club. That makes a huge difference for good and ill.
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