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« Reply #990 on: January 24, 2009, 03:24:14 PM »

Is there any etiquette I should keep in mind for dating a girl with the same first name as the girl I just got out of a relationship with?

oh, boy.
And to think, a minute ago I was feeling sorry for myself.
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« Reply #991 on: January 24, 2009, 03:26:00 PM »

Striptease is my film of the week  TeddyR

But why is Demi more attractive with her clothes on...
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« Reply #992 on: January 24, 2009, 03:37:32 PM »

anyone on this forum that can help me transelate a thing to German? I have tried google translator, but that just makes it into gibberish.... Bluesad
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« Reply #993 on: January 24, 2009, 04:22:09 PM »

anyone on this forum that can help me transelate a thing to German? I have tried google translator, but that just makes it into gibberish.... Bluesad


"jedermann auf diesem Forum, das mir helfen kann, eine Sache zum Deutschen zu übersetzen? Ich habe Google-Übersetzer versucht, aber der bildet ihn gerade in Kauderwelsch."

That's the German version of your question in BabelFish

According to BabelFish, that phrase means "everyone on this forum, which can help me to translate a thing to the German? I tried googletranslators, but straight in Kauderwelsch educates him."

Seriously, I'm pretty sure Frank's German.  Maybe he can help you.
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« Reply #994 on: January 24, 2009, 04:26:59 PM »

excellent...and I tried the thing that I needed transelated in babelfish to, and it made it just worse...I think BounceGiggle
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« Reply #995 on: January 24, 2009, 08:14:08 PM »

Go to Google, click on "images," and type in "misspelled tattoos." 

This has spurred me never to get a tattoo with written language in any of it unless I give the artist something that spells out what I want properly.  I'd hate to be the guy who got the tattoo saying, "I'M AWSOME," or "TOMARROW NEVER KNOWS." 
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« Reply #996 on: January 26, 2009, 10:00:08 AM »

I dreamed Bill Murray died.  Thumbdown
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« Reply #997 on: January 26, 2009, 12:47:52 PM »

There's a desk near the entrance at work, marked reception. You'd think people would know what that means and not walk up to my desk across the other side of the building!  Hatred
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« Reply #998 on: January 26, 2009, 04:44:02 PM »

TRUE STORY:

While back on a cloudy winter day I was walking around an urban area, and about a block ahead of me I saw an elderly type man strolling along with an open umbrella resting on his shoulder. It wasn't raining or sunny-hot or any of the reasons that might've explained why he was carrying an open umbrella. Too polite to go up and ask, I kept walking till I finally caught up with him and we paused at a corner to wait on traffic before crossing the street. The man turned to me and made a stray, small talkish comment and we exchanged a few more sentences as we walked till finally curiosity got to me, so I gestured at his umbrella and asked, "Is it supposed to rain?"

"Nah," he said, "I just don't wanna get pooped on by pigeons."

As they say, it takes all kinds.

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« Reply #999 on: January 26, 2009, 06:31:18 PM »

TRUE STORY:

While back on a cloudy winter day I was walking around an urban area, and about a block ahead of me I saw an elderly type man strolling along with an open umbrella resting on his shoulder. It wasn't raining or sunny-hot or any of the reasons that might've explained why he was carrying an open umbrella. Too polite to go up and ask, I kept walking till I finally caught up with him and we paused at a corner to wait on traffic before crossing the street. The man turned to me and made a stray, small talkish comment and we exchanged a few more sentences as we walked till finally curiosity got to me, so I gestured at his umbrella and asked, "Is it supposed to rain?"

"Nah," he said, "I just don't wanna get pooped on by pigeons."




That's forward thinking  Thumbup
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« Reply #1000 on: January 26, 2009, 06:55:10 PM »

Someone on the imdb needs a life...


The one prop that has stood its ground over the last 40 years they even screwed with the TOS Phaser was probably the only prop from the original that DID NOT need to be updated at all.

And if you don't believe me watch the Enterprise episode In a Mirror Darkly it actually looks more advanced than a Phase Pistol.

Just another example of how Enterprise was respecting what came before while this film continues to disrespect it. The NX-01 did not look more advanced than the 1701 (ok apart from interiors but they made up for that with the cramped quarters and very little creature comforts to show this ship was way BEFORE Kirks Enterprise.)
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« Reply #1001 on: January 26, 2009, 11:58:55 PM »

I finally found a new song to hate.
Not because I dislike it, but because somebody keeps playing the same snippet over & over & over...

There must be more to the song "At Last" than just the first two words... sheesh

Good thing Beyonce didn't do a cover of "Iron Man", or I would've been a tad disgruntled.
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« Reply #1002 on: January 27, 2009, 12:05:47 AM »

Someone on the imdb needs a life...


Many on the imdb need a life. . There are even worse examples than that around.
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« Reply #1003 on: January 27, 2009, 09:10:15 AM »

Last night, I got more drunk than I've ever been before in my life (6 beers, three Irish Car Bombs, and what my friends refer to as a Chocolate Cake Shot drank over the course of about 45 minutes, as opposed to my usual slow enjoyment of alcoholic beverages). 

I had trouble standing (I'm sure I'll get a lot of "lightweight" comments from more experienced drinkers) but had no difficulty, other than a slight slurring of speech, in pontificating on the importance of beer to the Inca people of Peru.  I think there were other topics I was able to address eruditely in my tipsy state, but I don't remember what they are right now.

This event has proven life-changing for me.  I've always been a very timid little worrywart, too paralyzed by concerns about potential risks to ever let go and *do* things.  I never took a chance if I wasn't 100% certain I'd come out on top. 

The amount I had to drink took away some of those inhibitions while still leaving me fairly well in charge of my mental facilities.  The mask that I always cover my true feelings with dropped to the ground and shattered, and I felt FREE.  I chatted up girls I never would have had the nerve to do more than glance at before, I expressed myself honestly instead of couching my meaning in equivocation and softened words...and I realized how good it felt to be that FREE. 

I realized, in the aftermath of that night, that I only have so much time on this earth.  If I'm going to squander that time being paralyzed by potential risk, then what's the point? It's time to enjoy myself -- do new things -- take chances -- be spontaneous -- in short, LIVE.  Wagner wrote, "The Free Man must create himself" and I'm damn overdue. 
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« Reply #1004 on: January 27, 2009, 11:16:04 AM »

Last night, I got more drunk than I've ever been before in my life (6 beers, three Irish Car Bombs, and what my friends refer to as a Chocolate Cake Shot drank over the course of about 45 minutes, as opposed to my usual slow enjoyment of alcoholic beverages). 

I had trouble standing (I'm sure I'll get a lot of "lightweight" comments from more experienced drinkers) but had no difficulty, other than a slight slurring of speech, in pontificating on the importance of beer to the Inca people of Peru.  I think there were other topics I was able to address eruditely in my tipsy state, but I don't remember what they are right now.

This event has proven life-changing for me.  I've always been a very timid little worrywart, too paralyzed by concerns about potential risks to ever let go and *do* things.  I never took a chance if I wasn't 100% certain I'd come out on top. 

The amount I had to drink took away some of those inhibitions while still leaving me fairly well in charge of my mental facilities.  The mask that I always cover my true feelings with dropped to the ground and shattered, and I felt FREE.  I chatted up girls I never would have had the nerve to do more than glance at before, I expressed myself honestly instead of couching my meaning in equivocation and softened words...and I realized how good it felt to be that FREE. 

I realized, in the aftermath of that night, that I only have so much time on this earth.  If I'm going to squander that time being paralyzed by potential risk, then what's the point? It's time to enjoy myself -- do new things -- take chances -- be spontaneous -- in short, LIVE.  Wagner wrote, "The Free Man must create himself" and I'm damn overdue. 

Watch out though, that's how most addictions start: someone using a substance for a purpose or a change it makes, as opposed to just for recreation. If you can do it with the alcohol, you can do it without.

BTW, you're never as cool, funny, or as smart as you think you are when you're drunk.
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