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post #8446 of 11479
it would have been sweet to been Hedwig for Halloween. I could have employed the guys downstairs for help (not the druggies, different group with, um, experience in the genre). Would have been expensive, though. And I had no plans to leave, so it would have just been me hanging out at home. Glitter would have gotten everywhere too.
post #8447 of 11479
also, this thread has brought back horrifying memories of me stepping on those Hot Wheels cars as a kid.

the worst wasn't the cars, the worst was this case I had for them all. there was these little plastic car separators, one car per slot, this way they all fit in neatly. For some reason, the toy company decided to use spikes as the separators, so stepping on them always caused trauma.
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it would have been sweet to been Hedwig for Halloween. I could have employed the guys downstairs for help (not the druggies, different group with, um, experience in the genre). Would have been expensive, though. And I had no plans to leave, so it would have just been me hanging out at home. Glitter would have gotten everywhere too.

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Glitter would have gotten everywhere too.

http://shipyourenemiesglitter.com/
post #8450 of 11479
That's old news, brah.
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also, this thread has brought back horrifying memories of me stepping on those Hot Wheels cars as a kid.

the worst wasn't the cars, the worst was this case I had for them all. there was these little plastic car separators, one car per slot, this way they all fit in neatly. For some reason, the toy company decided to use spikes as the separators, so stepping on them always caused trauma.

Lego bricks man, Lego bricks...

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That's old news, brah.

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post #8453 of 11479
Thread Starter 
at least the winter has so far fallen short of the Siberian precedent set last year.

and, oh yeah, Shelly got arrested.

New York, baby!!!

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at least the winter has so far fallen short of the Siberian precedent set last year.

and, oh yeah, Shelly got arrested.

New York, baby!!!

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Abramoff 2.0 with that fedora.

post #8455 of 11479
checking the weather app while waiting for my main course certainly put a damper on my lunch today.
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Gunman in the Home Depot in Chelsea today.

post #8457 of 11479
There's a Home Depot in Chelsea? I guess I always assumed you'd have to get out of Manhattan for that sort of big-box suburbia.
post #8458 of 11479
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at least the winter has so far fallen short of the Siberian precedent set last year.

Looks like you guys are in for a blast of winter this week.
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There's a Home Depot in Chelsea? I guess I always assumed you'd have to get out of Manhattan for that sort of big-box suburbia.

sometimes. There's another giant Home Depot in Midtown East as well.

There's a Kmart around and a Target in Harlem, but they're kind of a pain. Lets be honest, nobody goes to Target for a single bottle of detergent, it's always a cart load. We rent a car a few times a year for various reasons, and a Target stop is always on the list of to-dos.
post #8460 of 11479
I'm glad I am missing some of this while here in cushy Cambodia. I just ate breakfast for a dollar. (But had a $5 cup of specialty coffee).
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