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Things That Are Bothering You, Got You All Hibbeldy-Jibbeldy, or just downright pissed, RIGHT NOW!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.

  1. Harold falcon

    Harold falcon Well-Known Member

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    Only if you buy the low-tier stuff. Their all cotton non-non-iron shirts made in civilization are quite sturdy.
     
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    ethanm Well-Known Member

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    I haven't tested this but I have a feeling that in the event of a fire a non-iron shirt would just melt to you.
     
  3. Harold falcon

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    We should get Iroh to test that hypothesis.
     
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  4. lawyerdad

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    Hard to sit any other way in a bean bag.
     
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  5. HRoi

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    The only one getting jacked is that dude you met at the local glory hole
     
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  6. HRoi

    HRoi Well-Known Member

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    5 hour flight delay and counting. What the fucking fuck
     
  7. NorCal

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    Time to hit the glory hole. I hear Green Frog is available.
     
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  8. SixOhNine

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    Cool movie. Even liked the tv series.
     
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  9. L'Incandescent

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    Looks like Gräzl is back under the moniker "Man_Gräzl." How the hell do people not put two and two together realize that's Gräzl? It reminds me of the time Dusty Rhodes got banned from Florida wrestling and then came back straightaway as "The Midnight Rider" people was all like "Aw cool it's a new wrestler we hant seen before!" I'm like "Come on people!"
     
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    I cant make shit up, I'm not that creative.
     
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  11. L'Incandescent

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    I can't make up stuff of fiction either just don't have that skill to me, but I feel like I can recognize made up fiction when I see it. The idea of fishing as part of balchler party just didn't look like it had verisimilitude to it. Maybe it was a dream to where you didn't make it up on purpose.
     
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    Just one month left before we pass it off to a new batch of suckers editors. btw, a friend of mine transferred to your alma mater and showed me the write on. I thought UCLA's was bad but that thing was a beast.


    That's disgusting.
     
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  13. L'Incandescent

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    Every sense I switched my computer to "El Chaplain" or whatever I have lost the ability to go to the previous screen by swiping my finger over the surface of the mouse. (Don't anyone respond by saying "Why you even got of Mac is a bullshit computer of which no man need got what you deserved choochaw!!!")
     
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    My friend has stage two breast cancer. Work is giving her 6 months off but looks like she might need a year. So not only does she lose a year of her life she might have to quit her job. We also can't visit her because when chemo starts her immune system is really weak and the doctors don't want her to have outside contact

    We hung out for the last time yesterday. I'm really devastated. We told her we'd get through this together I don't know what that actually means. Her family isn't taking it well either. She's now staying with her family and she's going crazy cuz her mother is beginning to be really overbearing about all the fake health type stuff she sees on TV

    Fuck cancer
     
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  15. gomestar

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    yeah, her year is going to suck. It's going to suck hard. My mother had stage 3 a number of years ago, and the impact was massive for 20-24 months.

    but whatever. Since my mother worked at a hospital, she could keep her job, but she has since left anyways and has found something new and awesome since. It's not a death sentence nor a career death sentence.

    I feel like the "no outside visits" is weird, but she will be insanely weak for a very long time. I guess my advice is to just continue to be a friend ... don't be overbearing, don't treat it like death, help out where you need to, but just let her do what needs to be done.

    also, her mother sounds like the last thing a cancer patient wants to deal with. so don't be like her.
     
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    I want to be supportive but I also want to respect her space. I just don't know what to do. When my mom had stage three breast cancer all I could do was call her every once in awhile. Now that I can do something I feel guilty for my not really being able to do anything.

    Maybe when she's stronger we can arrange a visit. She said they're going to do a round of chemo and then excise the tumor and another round of chemo. Her doctor said the prognosis looks good tho.
     
  17. lawyerdad

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    That's rough, indesertum. Best wishes to your friend.




    I'm pissed that lately I'm constantly being suckered by fanciful and inefficient you guys post here because archetypal_yuppie hasn't been around to speak the truth to your power.
     
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  18. Piobaire

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    Sorry to hear about your friend, InD. Hoping things work out well for all concerned.
     
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    Best wishes to your friend Indesertum.

    Cancer is a bitch.
     
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