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That rocks, G.
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Awesome G.
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awesome, G! tell her to buy you something nice, too!

Thanks, guys!
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so yet another proud azn dad moment... saturday acidwife's friends came over for dinner. and one couple bring their kids to the same private school where the acidkids go. so the guy says he was talking to his kid before they came over and he said something like we're going to [name of acidkid #1]'s parents house, do you know her? and their kid said yeah, [acidkid #1] is one grade lower than her but she's kinda well known for being really smart and getting all these awards. suck it, loooosseeerrrrssss!

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Solid fathering you're doing there!
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My stubborn, slubby pair of denimz is finally starting to look decently faded, but there's still a long way to go.

Being able to wear them three weeks in a row to work probably helped!
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I'm happy because the Onion exists:

Sonny Corleone Would Still Be Alive Today If He Had E-ZPass

Its amazing how many movies would have been ruined by modern technology...

Mobile Phones, email, even voicemail...a lot of great plots would have been foiled if two people had just been able to make contact (or even just leave a message).
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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post

I'm happy because the Onion exists:

Sonny Corleone Would Still Be Alive Today If He Had E-ZPass

Its amazing how many movies would have been ruined by modern technology...

Mobile Phones, email, even voicemail...a lot of great plots would have been foiled if two people had just been able to make contact (or even just leave a message).

 

So true. A new term needs to be coined for the special contortions that filmmakers will go to in order to preserve a plot point that would be immediately resolved with a cell phone. Actually, come to think of it, that's already covered by the concept of MacGuffin.

 

Making me happy: my vacation officially starts on Saturday, but I just finished my last deliverable. Suh-weet!

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we eat a lot of trader joe's greek yogurt and recently felt like the yogurt was a lot grainier than usual.

sent an email to trader joe's and a few days later they responded back saying that they had their QC guys look into it and although all their batches passed inspection they did notice one of the batches were pretty grainy similar to what we said

i was pretty happy that they actually had people look into a random email from a customer, but then at the very end they said they're also sending us gift cards. kinda blown away by the customer service.
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A really big academic conference that I've spent the last two years helping to organize starts tomorrow. I've been deliberating about which tie I should wear for the occasion, and now I have decided: it is my pink Charvet. (Suit and shirt of Armani, shoes of John Lobb, and fragrance of Ormonde Jayne Ta'if.)

I figured I should share the news with all of you first, on account of we've had a lot of good times together over the years.
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Found a job yesterday that's basically a perfect fit for me. And I found it literally just a couple hours after it was posted. Not to sound too conceited but there's probably not anyone in Atlanta who is as capable as I am for it.


I'm lovin' it!! you finally made your move, and I'm happy for you.



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Its amazing how many movies would have been ruined by modern technology...

Mobile Phones, email, even voicemail...a lot of great plots would have been foiled if two people had just been able to make contact (or even just leave a message).

jeesh this came on in cable the other night and I was watching it the premise of the hitman (marky mark) being a very nice guy who happened to be an assassin and who made it a mission to return the vhs tape he rented in a 'blockbuster video' clone is so outdated no one below 35 would probably understand this film


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and china chow was teh hot and came out schwinging.. wonder what happened to her...

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I remember enjoying that back in the day. Louie Diamond Phillips was hilarious in it.
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I made my wife proud today. :bigstar:


 

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I had an interview on monday,   spoke a language i am just learning, (Japanese),  and GOT THE JOB THAT DOUBLES MY INCOME!!!!!!!!

 

Hello energy sector! :slayer:

 

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I made my wife proud today. bigstar%5B1%5D.gif


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I had an interview on monday,   spoke a language i am just learning, (Japanese),  and GOT THE JOB THAT DOUBLES MY INCOME!!!!!!!!

Hello energy sector! icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif

Congrats. That must be a big relief with a baby on the way.
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Congrats. That must be a big relief with a baby on the way.


Thanks, it really is. :cheers:

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Good stuff, 38.
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jeesh this came on in cable the other night and I was watching it the premise of the hitman (marky mark) being a very nice guy who happened to be an assassin and who made it a mission to return the vhs tape he rented in a 'blockbuster video' clone is so outdated no one below 35 would probably understand this film


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
and china chow was teh hot and came out schwinging.. wonder what happened to her...

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Originally Posted by Harold falcon View Post

I remember enjoying that back in the day. Louie Diamond Phillips was hilarious in it.

I also remember liking that one. It's even possible I own it on DVD.

Also, the soundtrack featured one of the last couple decades' most underrated bands: The Fun Lovin' Criminals.
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I thought Bokeem Woodbine's philosophy on self gratification was life changing.
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Pappardelle - criminally underrated
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Pappardelle - criminally underrated

To Americans.

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