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post #31186 of 45175
This made me smile:
http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2013/04/24/178841995/masterpiece-in-a-mug-japanese-latte-art-will-perk-you-up

And now I need to get some coffee for myself. Ugh.
post #31187 of 45175
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Originally Posted by erictheobscure View Post

This made me smile:
http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2013/04/24/178841995/masterpiece-in-a-mug-japanese-latte-art-will-perk-you-up

And now I need to get some coffee for myself. Ugh.

That is pretty cool.
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microagression:

I am lactose intolerant. This artist has made me feel small, confused, and angry. He has made my invisible.
post #31188 of 45175
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Originally Posted by erictheobscure View Post

This made me smile:
http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2013/04/24/178841995/masterpiece-in-a-mug-japanese-latte-art-will-perk-you-up

And now I need to get some coffee for myself. Ugh.
Definitely not masterpieces. peepwall[1].gif
post #31189 of 45175
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

By the way, it is Friday. smile.gif
Indeed. Weekend--finally time to study. Among other things, I've got to finish two homework assignments, figure 10-15 hours each. ffffuuuu.gif
Fortunately the weather won't be as good as it was the past few days, which will mean less distraction.
post #31190 of 45175
Shit, it's Friday? At first, I thought being on sabbatical would mean every day felt like Saturday. Actually, it's more like every day is Wednesday. (No complaints, though, obviously.)
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

microagression:
I am lactose intolerant. This artist has made me feel small, confused, and angry. He has made my invisible.

Fear not, micropiob, I'm sure they can to fantastic things with soymilk.
post #31191 of 45175
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Originally Posted by erictheobscure View Post

Fear not, micropiob, I'm sure they can to fantastic things with soymilk.

Oh sure. Rub my face in my differential lactose metabolizing ability.
post #31192 of 45175
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

I'm wearing a pair of Bontoni double monks that I hadn't worn for several years because they hurt the balls of my feet when I wore them. I don't notice that problem anymore. It's like seeing an old friend. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

awesome. pics?
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got approval from my boss this morning for 3 special requests i wanted. meeting went better than i even had planned for. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #31193 of 45175

-Nice weather this weekend in Chicago

 

-First Friday night that I'm available in a long time

 

-NFL draft and NBA playoff basketball

post #31194 of 45175
Ed, that was actually a good line. I'm going to steal it.
post #31195 of 45175
Just crushed my presentation of work that I finished during last night's fiasco.

Also answered every single question with precise answers and was commended on a job well done.

Now I can rest in ease this weekend. Hoollllyyy shit what a week!
post #31196 of 45175
Congrats, GF.
post #31197 of 45175
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Originally Posted by b1os View Post

Congrats, GF.

+1. so, not quitting now?
post #31198 of 45175
I found my pink bead bracelet (on which I wanted to wear yesterday, since I was wearing pink pants.) It was in my office; I must have taken it off while I was writing.

On the other hand, I have lost my contact lens rewetting drops (in which I put into my eyes when my contacts become too dry.) But given recent patterns, I will probably find it soon.
post #31199 of 45175
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

I found my pink bead bracelet (on which I wanted to wear yesterday, since I was wearing pink pants.) It was in my office; I must have taken it off while I was writing.

On the other hand, I have lost my contact lens rewetting drops (in which I put into my eyes when my contacts become too dry.) But given recent patterns, I will probably find it soon.

I don't wear contacts because I cannot summon the courage to touch my eyes.
post #31200 of 45175
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

I don't wear contacts because I cannot summon the courage to touch my eyes.

I got contacts when I was 13. The first time I tried to put them in, I almost fainted. But it becomes second nature very quickly.
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