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#102 Aug 29 2010 at 11:51 AM Rating: Decent
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Love the beat man. Listened to it a few times already lol
#103 Aug 29 2010 at 12:38 PM Rating: Decent
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FFXIV vs WoW sooooooooo good! Some strong language but very funny:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpmy7Ze18NY
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#104 Aug 29 2010 at 12:42 PM Rating: Good
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Olo you got a new pic! What is it this time?



lol I read this for a moment as if it meant that the pic Olo posted in the 2nd post was a pic of herself.
Was gonna say.... Olo... we, uh.... we should do lunch sometime... Smiley: grin


I would have said the same thing.

ROFL.

On topic: I had the bestest spicy ramen! So happy this one opened so close to my home.
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#105 Aug 29 2010 at 12:54 PM Rating: Good
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Going on a date night with the wife later. Looking forward to watching Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.
#106 Aug 29 2010 at 12:58 PM Rating: Excellent
James Dyson is a ******* pimp

Seriously, this guy is like an engineering ninja.
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Scott Pilgrim was decent, although I think I hyped it too much to myself and felt a little let down after. Still a good movie though imo.

Edited, Aug 29th 2010 2:58pm by Sploder
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#108 Aug 29 2010 at 1:05 PM Rating: Decent
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Sploder wrote:
FFXIV vs WoW sooooooooo good! Some strong language but very funny:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpmy7Ze18NY


I can't stop laughing haha
#109 Aug 29 2010 at 1:08 PM Rating: Excellent
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WNcjkZ6d0w&feature=related

Lol this guy just keeps getting more and more points in my book Smiley: grin
#110 Aug 29 2010 at 1:11 PM Rating: Decent
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Osarion, Goblin in Disguise wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WNcjkZ6d0w&feature=related

Lol this guy just keeps getting more and more points in my book Smiley: grin


LOL you are very right. that video makes me want to purchase a bunch of those fans and create a circuit for a balloon :)

Edit: should have watched the rest of the video, because that's what they did XD

Edited, Aug 29th 2010 3:12pm by Jeddik
#111 Aug 29 2010 at 1:16 PM Rating: Good
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In sticking with the theme of the complete randomness, I has a question.

I got my wisdom teeth pulled Friday morning. I've been living on orange sherbet, instant mashed potatoes, and Sierra Mist since then. Any idea when I can go back to eating real food? I have leftover garlic chicken pizza in my 'fridge calling my name.
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#112 Aug 29 2010 at 1:19 PM Rating: Good
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Ralrra wrote:
In sticking with the theme of the complete randomness, I has a question.

I got my wisdom teeth pulled Friday morning. I've been living on orange sherbet, instant mashed potatoes, and Sierra Mist since then. Any idea when I can go back to eating real food? I have leftover garlic chicken pizza in my 'fridge calling my name.


I got my teeth pulled a few years back and i think it took at least a week for me to be able to eat solids comfortably. I'd suggest starting with something solid, yet soft (like fruit) when you feel that you're up to it.
Also Apple sauce is your friend
#113 Aug 29 2010 at 1:50 PM Rating: Good
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I got my wisdom teeth pulled Friday morning. I've been living on orange sherbet, instant mashed potatoes, and Sierra Mist since then. Any idea when I can go back to eating real food? I have leftover garlic chicken pizza in my 'fridge calling my name.


I had my bottom two wisdom teeth pulled a while back and, honestly, I started eating solid foods within a couple of days. I was just careful about how/where I chewed and made sure to keep my mouth clean with that plastic syringe thing they gave me. It took about a month for it to heal completely, but I think that's standard for the surgery and not because of my diet.
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I got my wisdom teeth pulled Friday morning. I've been living on orange sherbet, instant mashed potatoes, and Sierra Mist since then. Any idea when I can go back to eating real food? I have leftover garlic chicken pizza in my 'fridge calling my name.


I had my bottom two wisdom teeth pulled a while back and, honestly, I started eating solid foods within a couple of days. I was just careful about how/where I chewed and made sure to keep my mouth clean with that plastic syringe thing they gave me. It took about a month for it to heal completely, but I think that's standard for the surgery and not because of my diet.


Yeah i had all of mine taken out so i was done haha. it was hard to swallow jello for a while even lol.
But it only took me about 2-3 weeks to fully heal from the surgery. A month seems like too long from my experience anyways.
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Jeddik wrote:
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I got my wisdom teeth pulled Friday morning. I've been living on orange sherbet, instant mashed potatoes, and Sierra Mist since then. Any idea when I can go back to eating real food? I have leftover garlic chicken pizza in my 'fridge calling my name.


I had my bottom two wisdom teeth pulled a while back and, honestly, I started eating solid foods within a couple of days. I was just careful about how/where I chewed and made sure to keep my mouth clean with that plastic syringe thing they gave me. It took about a month for it to heal completely, but I think that's standard for the surgery and not because of my diet.


Yeah i had all of mine taken out so i was done haha. it was hard to swallow jello for a while even lol.
But it only took me about 2-3 weeks to fully heal from the surgery. A month seems like too long from my experience anyways.

I feel like I've been lucky so far. Minimal pain and swelling, thanks to the ibuprofen, oxycodone, and liberal application of ice packs to my face. I just have a little bit of trouble opening my mouth very wide.

It's supposedly harder on you as you get older, but I'm not seeing that. My wife was about half my age when she got hers done (I'm 35, btw), and she apparently had a MUCH more difficult time than I'm having right now.

Thanks for the advice so far. I go back to the oral surgeon Wednesday for a follow-up. I'll let you know how it goes.
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#116 Aug 29 2010 at 2:11 PM Rating: Good
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Love the beat man. Listened to it a few times already lol



Thanks. I like listening to music with a beat when I clean.
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#117 Aug 29 2010 at 2:51 PM Rating: Good
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Osarion, Goblin in Disguise wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WNcjkZ6d0w&feature=related

Lol this guy just keeps getting more and more points in my book Smiley: grin


I'd love to see what would happen if a bird flew threw one of those. Smiley: lol
#118 Aug 29 2010 at 3:16 PM Rating: Good
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I saw Tillman the skateboarding bulldog! He's cute as a button. (*´ー`*)
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#119 Aug 29 2010 at 3:42 PM Rating: Good
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Osarion, Goblin in Disguise wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WNcjkZ6d0w&feature=related

Lol this guy just keeps getting more and more points in my book Smiley: grin


I'd love to see what would happen if a bird flew threw one of those. Smiley: lol


Poor bird! Or maybe it would just increase it's speed.
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#120 Aug 29 2010 at 3:56 PM Rating: Good
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Grand Master Scribe Olorinus wrote:
Geffe the Meaningless wrote:
Osarion, Goblin in Disguise wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WNcjkZ6d0w&feature=related

Lol this guy just keeps getting more and more points in my book Smiley: grin


I'd love to see what would happen if a bird flew threw one of those. Smiley: lol


Poor bird! Or maybe it would just increase it's speed.

Remember you can put your head or hand through it and be fine. So I'm sure the bird will just be like a Mario Kart hitting one of those arrow thingy on the track.
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#121 Aug 29 2010 at 4:18 PM Rating: Good
evil video made me want one of them fans
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#122 Aug 29 2010 at 4:23 PM Rating: Excellent
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evil video made me want one of them fans


Check out the first one I posted, a few posts above the baloon one. Dyson is one cool bloke.
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I bought one of the Dyson "Ball" vacuum cleaners; it does an amazing job at picking up mithra...erm cat hair.
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I bought one of the Dyson "Ball" vacuum cleaners; it does an amazing job at picking up mithra...erm cat hair.


I might need to look into this. My cats are shorthair, but it's so **** humid here in NC they shed like longhair cats. Our vacuum just isn't cutting it.

I'm borderline ashamed to admit, but I've resorted to a lint roller in a pinch when company was on the way. NOT fun.
#125 Aug 29 2010 at 4:58 PM Rating: Good
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I just want to say, in my boredom while waiting for release, I've read the first 3 books (just barely into the 4th now) of George R. R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire series. I know talking about BOOKS is probably blasphemy in a videogame forum, but if anyone here reads fantasy, they're an absolute must read. Hands down best series I've read.


Actually, some of the most accomplished readers I've met outside of my own family are MMO players. If you go to like a ps3 forum, though, you would probably be lambasted with idiotic statements about reading.
#126 Aug 29 2010 at 4:59 PM Rating: Good
I love reading. I read all the time (not just forums and stuff either, obviously)
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#127 Aug 29 2010 at 5:47 PM Rating: Decent
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So I'm currently listening to the FFXIV soundtrack on youtube (not sure how it got on there already?!) and I must say that I am really loving most of it so far! Anyone else get a chance to listen to any of it?
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So I'm currently listening to the FFXIV soundtrack on youtube (not sure how it got on there already?!) and I must say that I am really loving most of it so far! Anyone else get a chance to listen to any of it?

Noooooo~~I don't wanna be spoiled. I'd rather "discover" the music in-game as I explore different areas. :D
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#129 Aug 29 2010 at 7:28 PM Rating: Good
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I just want to say, in my boredom while waiting for release, I've read the first 3 books (just barely into the 4th now) of George R. R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire series. I know talking about BOOKS is probably blasphemy in a videogame forum, but if anyone here reads fantasy, they're an absolute must read. Hands down best series I've read.


Actually, some of the most accomplished readers I've met outside of my own family are MMO players. If you go to like a ps3 forum, though, you would probably be lambasted with idiotic statements about reading.
On the read topic, I just finished "The Road" of Cormac McCarthy, man... I'm not a native speaker, that book was HARD, I feel my English got a few point up after reading that book, great story though very recommendable.

And about hobbies and games in the waiting-to-be-played list, how do they make it to that list? making a game is dam hard, isn't it? like months of team work designing/testing/developing it, how can they make them faster than we can play them?...

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#130 Aug 29 2010 at 7:33 PM Rating: Good
I heard that book, the road was pretty grim. Did you enjoy it? Are you having nightmares?
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I think this thread was just a ploy, a timesink created by Olorinus to take advantage of our being tired of "controversial system" threads. We'll be happy to talk about something else while giving Olorinus rate-ups so they can recover from the beating caused by those "other" threads and stop bouncing from scholar to sage. I see what's going on here...


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A gentle reminder to step back and laugh at how silly we humans are sometimes...


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#132 Aug 29 2010 at 7:46 PM Rating: Good
CONSPIRACY!

I just figured I couldn't add anything new to THAT discussion so it was pointless to continue... and I needed something to help me procrastinate from cleaning my house. With nifty videos to watch and stuff this thread is serving quite nicely.
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I heard that book, the road was pretty grim. Did you enjoy it? Are you having nightmares?
Well it's a dramatic story about a post-apocalyptic world where a father and a son travel to the sea struggling to survive.

First I love the post-apocalyptic genre (world war Z anyone?). Second, the bound shown between father and son is quite moving. And Third I saw the movie and liked it that's why I decided to purchase the book.

I liked the story but it may not be for everyone.

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#134 Aug 29 2010 at 7:52 PM Rating: Good
I want my girlfriend to get here soon so I can heat up dinner and eat. I'm hungry.
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#135 Aug 29 2010 at 7:54 PM Rating: Good
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Grand Master Scribe Olorinus wrote:
I heard that book, the road was pretty grim. Did you enjoy it? Are you having nightmares?
Well it's a dramatic story about a post-apocalyptic world where a father and a son travel to the sea struggling to survive.

First I love the post-apocalyptic genre (world war Z anyone?). Second, the bound shown between father and son is quite moving. And Third I saw the movie and liked it that's why I decided to purchase the book.

I liked the story but it may not be for everyone.

Ken


If you like that genre you might want to check out the book I recommended some posts back, "The Year of the Flood" - it is "post-apocalyptic" but the book is mostly the protaganist remembering how things got that way as he tries to survive.
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#136 Aug 29 2010 at 7:55 PM Rating: Excellent
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I just want to say, in my boredom while waiting for release, I've read the first 3 books (just barely into the 4th now) of George R. R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire series. I know talking about BOOKS is probably blasphemy in a videogame forum, but if anyone here reads fantasy, they're an absolute must read. Hands down best series I've read


I read the first book, and it was pretty good. Last book I really got into was World War Z, good read if you like/fear zombies. I used to read constantly, as the 500+ books taking up space in my garage indicates, but I haven't been a voracious reader in years. It's odd, almost like my attention span is getting lower as I get older...that or I've just reached them max number of hobbies my brain can handle so others have been shut down. I still read comic books though, there are a few really good books being published right now and in the last few years. The Walking Dead and The Boys are my current favorites. 100 Bullets, The Exterminators, The Invisibles, Planetary, Preacher and Y the Last Man (two of the best stories ever told, comic book or otherwise) all ended their runs but still awesome. IMO some of the best story telling happening right now is in comic books.

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Yes, got to meet Max Brooks at ComiCon this year :D

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Grand Master Scribe Olorinus wrote:
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Grand Master Scribe Olorinus wrote:
I heard that book, the road was pretty grim. Did you enjoy it? Are you having nightmares?
Well it's a dramatic story about a post-apocalyptic world where a father and a son travel to the sea struggling to survive.

First I love the post-apocalyptic genre (world war Z anyone?). Second, the bound shown between father and son is quite moving. And Third I saw the movie and liked it that's why I decided to purchase the book.

I liked the story but it may not be for everyone.

Ken


If you like that genre you might want to check out the book I recommended some posts back, "The Year of the Flood" - it is "post-apocalyptic" but the book is mostly the protaganist remembering how things got that way as he tries to survive.


Interesting, I might have to check those out. The post-apocalyptic stuff is always a way to suck me in...I love Fallout3 and was dead set on watching Book of Eli even if it was crap...a lot of my ideas for screenplays or novels tend to be in a future setting, if not post-apocalyptic then some exaggerated future(Idiocracy)

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Just got back from seeing Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. It was awesome.
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Well that Rage thread was fun for the 10 minutes it lasted Smiley: lol
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Nooooo!

Olorinus, where is the super-awesome hydra avatar? That was the #1 best avatar of all time.

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Yes, got to meet Max Brooks at ComiCon this year :D
Well I'm officially jealous, is he as awesome as the narrator of World War Z... that character really gave the impression that the author was trying to imprint his personality on it.

On the other hand for those post-apocalyptic fans, look for Death from the Skies it isn't a post apocalyptic per say, but chances are that you are interested on possible causes for mass extinction, that book is great because it's just real science focus on the possible ways the world will end, an interesting and terrifying reading.

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Well that Rage thread was fun for the 10 minutes it lasted Smiley: lol

First one-post wonder recruitment thread I've missed in a while. I find some kind of twisted satisfaction in telling them that their post is going to get nuked/locked.
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Well that Rage thread was fun for the 10 minutes it lasted Smiley: lol

First one-post wonder recruitment thread I've missed in a while. I find some kind of twisted satisfaction in telling them that their post is going to get nuked/locked.
It's something about great minds converging in similar ideas, I feel exactly the same way ;P

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#144 Aug 29 2010 at 10:49 PM Rating: Excellent
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Well I'm officially jealous, is he as awesome as the narrator of World War Z... that character really gave the impression that the author was trying to imprint his personality on it.

On the other hand for those post-apocalyptic fans, look for Death from the Skies it isn't a post apocalyptic per say, but chances are that you are interested on possible causes for mass extinction, that book is great because it's just real science focus on the possible ways the world will end, an interesting and terrifying reading.


If you liked World War Z check out the Walking Dead comic book. Follows a group of people trying to survive a zombie holocaust. Great story, really character driven, which I love. I'll check out Death from the Skies, looks interesting.

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#145 Aug 29 2010 at 10:54 PM Rating: Excellent
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Nooooo!

Olorinus, where is the super-awesome hydra avatar? That was the #1 best avatar of all time.

*sigh*


fixed.
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Am I the only person who is proud to say I STILL love PoKéMoN? #Random


OMG, I was totally making a Hail stall team for online play, but other things have taken my interest. =(

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Grand Master Scribe Olorinus wrote:
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Nooooo!

Olorinus, where is the super-awesome hydra avatar? That was the #1 best avatar of all time.

*sigh*


fixed.


Yeah that avatar's much better, the other one was "too weak to be worthwhile"
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I wish the admin could just redirect any new threads about fatigue/surplus to one single thread, then lock it.

Sorry it's not random enough...Lemme try again.

Tomorrow's Monday! Bummer.
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#149 Aug 30 2010 at 9:36 AM Rating: Good
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Tomorrow's Monday! Bummer.


Today's Monday. Worse bummer. But that means tomorrow is Tuesday which means that open beta is soon!
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Nooooo!

Olorinus, where is the super-awesome hydra avatar? That was the #1 best avatar of all time.

*sigh*


fixed.


Yeah that avatar's much better, the other one was "too weak to be worthwhile"


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