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  1. That article existing does give us great opportunity for some rye comments, though.
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  2. experience is experience, sir, must we quibble with the details?
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  3. Well sand should definitely be in there. We need to explain how coarse and rough and irritating it is. And don’t forget how it gets everywhere.
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  4. What if instead of a degree you had a lot of real-world practical wiener experience?
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  5. Guarantee whoever wrote those has never touched, let alone SEEN a tit in real life.
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  6. Those are my oxygen stats and heart rate, taken roughly 15 minutes apart. Having a nebulizer is proving to be a life saver.
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  7. I lost my debit card over Labor Day weekend. I hardly ever use it unless a place doesn't accept American Express so I didn't notice it missing until my bank called me for a fraud alert. By that time, neraly $6000 was gone from my account. It was totally radom...the bulk was spent at Wal-Mart...multiple trips ranging from $5 to $1000 expenses. Lots of Subway and 7-11 trips. It was crazy. I went to the police and the detective said what likely happened was my card made its rounds in a local homeless camp. It was highly unlikely anyone would be caught for a variety of reasons. I
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  8. In-and-Out opened in Denver recently and there were lines wrapped around the block, I've had it a few times and thought it was like what everyone else is saying...fine. I like Smashburger, but they can be a bit pricey. There is also a place here called Larkburger that is similar to Smashburger that is pretty good. So...super unpopular opinions here....I LOVE McDonald's. Like if I am having a bad day at work, I go to McDonalds for some comfort food. I ONLY get the Big Mac meal or Chicken Nugget meal for lunch and breakfast burritos for breakfast. I think they have the absolute best
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  9. Alright so my new thing these past nine or so months: After being stuck at home and missing live music, I wanted to pursue just doing something myself. I can play guitar but I'm terrible at it, and any attempt I've had in the past to work with buddies to play something together never went anywhere. So instead, I decided to start learning editing and mixing on DJ software. I'd seen a lot of people mix live on DJ boards in festival campgrounds at impromptu parties and always thought it was cool so I wanted to try i out. I know enough with creation tools to put a few things together here
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  10. When we went to the mall, I'd just tell me mom I'm going to Waldenbooks while she shops JCPenney, and L.S. Ayers. I'd hang out at the Waldenbooks magazine rack for an hour or two every other weekend and read Starlog, Mad, Cracked, and the check to see if any of the Playboy type magazines had been taken out of their wrapping.
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  11. Most men are the same, in my experience.
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  12. Excellent reply chain, boys.Top notch posting.
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  13. He that is taught only by himself has a fool for a master.
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  14. Your own wiener, or other people's wieners?
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  15. Arghhhh! Those are legends tits ......don't exist anymore. Disney got rid of them!
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  16. Sounds fancy. I hope it didn't cost too much dough.
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  17. This year is the 40th anniversary. Just bought tickets to a limited edition screening at IMAX Melbourne and looking forward to this screening more than any other movie I can think of recently. Greatest movie of all time? Might sound like hyperbole but there is not one scene in this movie I don’t love. I often see filmmakers reference the desert chase sequence as their favourite and what ultimately influenced them. . .I remember being 8 years old and totally in awe from that point to the end of the movie. Anyway, just something in tribute to the greatest Lucas/Spielberg creation. Anyo
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  18. I think out of the first three, Raiders is the better film - it gets the balance just right between the humour and the dark where as Temple and Crusade lean a bit further to one of the two. But I still dearly love them both - Last Crusade is actually my go to when I’m down. The Ford/Connery dynamic is what really makes it. Crystal Skull for me was a bigger travesty than anything Lucas or Disney pulled with Star Wars. I remember watching the behind the scenes documentary on the Blu Ray when it came out and you could tell Spielberg’s heart wasn’t in it at all. I’m pretty sure he even
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  19. A thing about the movie that blew my mind was pointed out, years and years ago, by Ted Elliot & Terry Rossio on their website. So much of the movie is about Indy losing. He doesn't keep the idol at the beginning, can't bring himself to blow up the Ark, he pretty much never really wins any of the fight scenes outright (just manages to escape), the movie ends w/the Ark being sealed away. There were more examples, including a scene by scene breakdown, it's not all coming to mind for me at the moment. (P.S. I kind of like Last Crusade more so I guess that counts as them being able to top
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  20. Not to derail too much, but I am finding myself continually disappointed and angry at how this vaccine rollout has gone at the micro-level. Hospital administration making sure they were vaccinated before ER doctors, friends and family getting vaccines before priority groups, etc. I'm actually pretty furious about how teachers under the age of 50 will not receive vaccines in our state until April, despite the pressure to re-open schools. And yesterday a friend who is a government auditor proudly announced she got her first dose because she "might" have to audit a hospital. The nepotism is disgu
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  21. Anybody see Mitch McConnell's wife? It makes sense.
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  22. Seeing how much he was squinting against the sun, he really could have used his aviators.
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  23. In ANH, we do have the context of the opening crawl. "Pursued by the Empire's sinister agents"...so we do know the bad guys are the ones doing the chasing. I also recall they dressed Vader in black because that is a traditional villain color. They used black for Luke in ROTJ to symbolize he is vulnerable to going to the dark side like his father but underneath the black was white to show he is still good. However, colors aside, even if you had no idea who Luke was while watching Mando, you did see that the heroes of Mando (Mando, Baby Yoda, Cara Dune) were in trouble and someone came to rescue
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  24. Watching the inauguration reminded me of a specific set of parody videos by Adam Buxton. This one and this one and this one. The whole event just seemed so eerie. I mean, everything feels like that nowadays so it's not that unusual but still still still still.
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  25. Nice to have a functioning adult in the White House again.
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  26. Trevor Noah notes that Biden's inauguration will be the first time a Bible has been used by a president in four years without the aid of tear gas.
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  27. McDonald's breakfast is ten times better than their dinner menu. And McDonald's breakfast is better than anybody else's breakfast. Their hotcakes murder IHOP's. Their breakfast burrito, mcgriddles, all of it is great but it has to be fresh. If it's been sitting for a while, forget everything I said. Lol
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  28. Their regular burgers are really dry and salty. And once their fries get cold they are gross. I've always preferred Wendy's for burgers and fries if I have to do fast food. But McDonald's is really good at breakfast. IMO, that's what they do best.
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  30. Went to look at rocks and a waterfall.
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  31. I’ve had two, one about 16 years ago, the other a few months back. First one came on, and within a few hours it was clearly time to go to the ER. Recent one came on slower, much like what Zathras describes. Not wanting to go near a hospital during coronatimes I stuck it out. Pain went away, and nothing came out, so I thought maybe it was actually a back spasm or something. But then a couple weeks later— it came back and there was no way I could weather it. Not only was the back pain there, but I was getting the symptoms of a severe UTI. The ER was actually the easiest I’d e
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  32. Ouch, that does sound like a stone. I've never had one but I've heard its awful.
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  33. Tyler Huntley went to my high school. Gotta root for the kid.
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  34. Oscar Meyer is looking for a Wienermobile driver, if you want to basically give up your life for the next year: https://heinz.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/KraftHeinz_Careers/job/Virtual-USA/Wienermobile-Spokesperson_R-33458
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  35. Yes, yes it is. If you're into cooking at all, you NEED a copy of this book.
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  36. Z, I don't know where you live, I forget your age, but quick easy money can be made in the food service industry. Serving or bartending in a slightly upper scale casual bar is an easy way to make pretty damn good money.
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  37. It also has Joan Baez singing in it, so ears get murdered too
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  38. We ate about 7 meals growing up and nothing else cuz that's all my dad would eat. It wasn't until I was like 20 that I realized vegetables taste good.
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  39. That's great. Now WRITE. Stop thinking about it so much! For mine, I had the idea first (a bunch of knights lost a million miles from home, having no idea how they got there or how to get back or if they're even in the same world at all). From there I decided to come up with who the characters were. Doing that helped me figure out some character beats/arcs I wanted to have happen, which then expanded out into plot points. Then I started writing the actual meat of the story, and a lot of what ended up happening in the story, I had no idea of until I wrote it. Some unplanned line early in t
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  40. I'm parents didn't know guacamole existed until about 5 years ago.
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  41. I think I may have had an epiphany! The character's major malfunction in the first act will point the way to what the human story is. Using the Star Wars OT as an example, Luke's major malfunction is that he longs to get away from his mundane existence as a farmer and find adventure, yes. But also, he wants to learn about his father that he never knew. That's part of his major malfunction too. He wants to go off with Obi-Wan and become a Jedi and basically follow in his father's footsteps. The twist is that he learns that his father is a bad guy and following in his footsteps is revealed
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  43. Bread was a type of food prepared by cooking a dough of ingredients and baking it in an oven.[2] It had an outer crust[3] and contained grain.[4] Bread was enjoyed by a number of species. It was often served in slices.[5] Once baked, it could subsequently be toasted.[6] It could be topped with butter[7][8] and various spreads, such as honey[5] or jam.[7] Humans considered bread a symbol of nutrition par excellence. The common expression "take bread out of someone's mouth" meant "deprive someone of livelihood." The Queen of Naboo Padmé Amidala once used that metaphor when she blamed Sup
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  44. I want to hear more about how conversations work.
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  45. Yup. And shortly after that the planet was purged, and the Mandalorian diaspora began. If you look into the Mandalorian backstory from legends, they were a warrior society to the extreme before modern times. They would conquer other planets because they believed that strength was morality, and therefore weakness was sin. Any society that put up a good enough fight was invited to accept the creed and become Mandalorians themselves. Those that didn't were wiped out or subjugated because they were sinful. The universe naturally rewarded survival of the fittest, so allowing weak societies to grow
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  46. I have to design a label in Chinese. I don't know Chinese and the info is from a safety data sheet, just copy and pasted onto the label template. I have the English SDS, so I'm pretty sure I know what I'm copy and pasting but it's still a guessing game. Frustrating. Then I bought a shirt after work and went to the gym.
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  47. The worst thing you can do for yourself is decide somebody in your past is/was "perfect" or THE ONE. You already have proof that this is not true, because you're not with her regardless of your actions. Did you miss out on something, maybe-- would have altered the course of your life? Maybe... but maybe not. You're leaving out one major factor in this-- which is how SHE felt about YOU. If you were THE ONE to her, she may have pursued you. I'm not saying it doesn't suck-- if course it does. But going down the woulda/shoulda/coulda/ path will just drive you insane. There's no such thi
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  48. Yeah, but at this point being unable to spread their narrative is important.
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