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it should be called eatable cardboard.
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The most annoying person I've ever worked with in my life was fired a few weeks ago. Everyone in the office has been more happy and relaxed since.

I googled around to find his linkdin yesterday to see what he was up to and came across his sex offender profile. Apparently he molested a little girl when he lived in another state. Everyone in the office was shocked but not surprised. He has no registry in CA, the current state he's in. I'm going to see if it can be transferred over.
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Vegas baby, Vegas.
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Originally Posted by Reggs View Post

The most annoying person I've ever worked with in my life was fired a few weeks ago. Everyone in the office has been more happy and relaxed since.

I googled around to find his linkdin yesterday to see what he was up to and came across his sex offender profile. Apparently he molested a little girl when he lived in another state. Everyone in the office was shocked but not surprised. He has no registry in CA, the current state he's in. I'm going to see if it can be transferred over.


Are you doing that because you dislike him as an annoying person or because you are genuinely worried for people's safety?
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Originally Posted by Reggs View Post

The most annoying person I've ever worked with in my life was fired a few weeks ago. Everyone in the office has been more happy and relaxed since.

I googled around to find his linkdin yesterday to see what he was up to and came across his sex offender profile. Apparently he molested a little girl when he lived in another state. Everyone in the office was shocked but not surprised. He has no registry in CA, the current state he's in. I'm going to see if it can be transferred over.

I hope you weren't working in a school..
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Fucked around in Jaegerspris all day. was nice. I realized since I've left the US I haven't been anywhere that could be considered a "forest" or near more than 3 trees that weren't in a garden. bit of a shock, actually.

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Originally Posted by Liam O View Post

Fucked around in Jaegerspris all day. was nice. I realized since I've left the US I haven't been anywhere that could be considered a "forest" or near more than 3 trees that weren't in a garden. bit of a shock, actually.

Amager/kalvebod fælled is most likely within 1km from where you live, it's a huge conservation area not a forest though.

Hareskov is a big forest area right outside of Copenhagen and the trains go right there.
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Found out today that in win7, you can do "alt-d, cmd, enter" when browsing a folder to open a command prompt in that folder (or type cmd into the top of the window). Shit has changed my life!

Sometimes you can also do "shift-menukey, w, enter" but that doesn't seem to work on my computer....

Never again will I have to type "cd C:\blah\blah\blah"!!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by HRoi View Post

Vegas baby, Vegas.

You should ask for dat dere suite upgrade bigstar[1].gif.
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You should ask for dat dere suite upgrade bigstar[1].gif.
Planning on it. But I don't have status at the Cosmopolitan and I'm not a huge gambler. But hopefully I at least get a room with a kitchen Death Star
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

Found out today that in win7, you can do "alt-d, cmd, enter" when browsing a folder to open a command prompt in that folder (or type cmd into the top of the window). Shit has changed my life!

Sometimes you can also do "shift-menukey, w, enter" but that doesn't seem to work on my computer....

Never again will I have to type "cd C:\blah\blah\blah"!!!!!!!!

this is revolutionary.
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I wore an Armani suit (Black label) and a lavender Charvet tie and JL Becketts of shoes, to where I looked like a male model because also I went a day without shaving.

Three women and one masculine entity (man) spoke words of compliment.
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Planning on it. But I don't have status at the Cosmopolitan and I'm not a huge gambler. But hopefully I at least get a room with a kitchen Death Star

The Cosmo is solid. Tip of the hat.
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

I wore an Armani suit (Black label) and a lavender Charvet tie and JL Becketts of shoes, to where I looked like a male model because also I went a day without shaving.

Three women and one masculine entity (man) spoke words of compliment.

you should join the handsome boy modelings school
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