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Old 12-26-2014, 12:58 PM   #1606
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I was really looking forward to some good gaming time with this 4 day weekend. So glad to see PSN is still down. WTF.
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Old 12-26-2014, 01:06 PM   #1607
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Spending 8 pm to 154 am putting together a 5 foot wood doll house on Xmas eve using nothing but a lil tiny itsy bitsy Allen wrench they included.


Then waking up the next day and remembering you own a much easier to use Allen wrench key....
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Old 12-27-2014, 02:37 PM   #1608
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Am I the only one that doesn't care about seeing The Interview? Tired of hearing about it already.
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Old 12-27-2014, 11:53 PM   #1609
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Spending 8 pm to 154 am putting together a 5 foot wood doll house on Xmas eve using nothing but a lil tiny itsy bitsy Allen wrench they included.


Then waking up the next day and remembering you own a much easier to use Allen wrench key....
I did not see mention of any alcohol consumption during the construction? Definitely a necessary component.....for successful completion
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Old 12-28-2014, 03:07 AM   #1610
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Am I the only one that doesn't care about seeing The Interview? Tired of hearing about it already.
well, it was pretty good... for a retarded movie about fart jokes. I mean, it's not a great movie, but definitely better than TMNT, tansformers 4, dumb and dumber to, or a huge pile of other garbage that's been shoveled through theatres lately. if you skip it, you won't be missing anything though. it's pretty much like every other seth rogen movie ever made.
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Sick and mother F'in tired of Redskins fans talking about trading players.
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Old 01-05-2015, 02:55 PM   #1612
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I am tired of Redskins fans.....
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Old 01-05-2015, 07:40 PM   #1613
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The Warpath must have been infected with a stupid-bug once the season ended, because some of the talk on here lately has been mind-numbing. I think it was WillH who said something to the tune of, "I've never seen so much eloquent nonsense in one thread." LOL. And it can't be my fault this time... I've barely been on here in the last week or so.

How far away is September again?
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Old 01-07-2015, 11:58 AM   #1614
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im tired of "fans" complaining about other "fans". As if any person on here outside of a handful of posters have superior football IQ and knowledge. but i digress . .

The parking garage guy is really grinding my gears.

We have pay parking in the garage underneath our office building.

A few weeks ago i had to run out and pick someone up. I pay my ticket to him to get out, pick up the person then drive back to garage, get another ticket and park. When i paid at the end of the day, the garage guy said "you didnt have to pay twice, you could have just told him you were coming right back and I would have let you out."

Today - someone needs picked up. I volunteer since I now think i can leave the garage for a quick second and not have to pay two tickets. i pull up to the ticket booth, say "im going to be 2 mins, can you let me out?".

he says "no, you need to pay to get out."

so I had to pay to get out for that 5 mins and will have to pay again when i head home.

im guessin he was in the holiday spirit when he told me i didnt have to pay if i was leaving for a short time a few weeks ago. our office did get him a holiday present and all ...
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Old 01-09-2015, 05:53 PM   #1615
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client works and cant come into the office during work hours. I tell client she can come in after hours any day this week except Friday bc i dont want to stay late friday..

so of course i get a note today while in a conf that the client is coming in today at 6 . .

im not gonna get home until 9 at the earliest ... assuming she shows up at 6 ...
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Old 01-16-2015, 12:59 PM   #1616
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Re: What REALLY grinds your gears?

i feel torn saying this ...

The "blacklivesmatter" protesters are starting to grind my gears.

Back on Nov 25, they shut down downtown Baltimore during evening rush hour. It took me about 2 hours to go 5 miles.

Yesterday, they apparently decided to hold a rally. They didnt say their route until right before rush hour traffic and then proceeded to close down major downtown intersections.

So yesterday it took me only an hour to cut across downtown.

I support the idea of "blacklivesmatter", i do believe police disproportionately target black men and also have a heightened sense of fear around black men which leads to unequal treatment.

Why cant they plan a huge march on a saturday or sunday? i would join, my family would join. It would get positive press instead of negative.

Intentionally blocking traffic to make life miserable for hundred of thousands of people is the opposite way to get people to be receptive to your message.

I know there have been a zillion organized marchs in the past and other less obstructive attempts have been made for a century now ... .. .


but this is .. inconvenient for me? im a jerk
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i feel torn saying this ...

The "blacklivesmatter" protesters are starting to grind my gears.

Back on Nov 25, they shut down downtown Baltimore during evening rush hour. It took me about 2 hours to go 5 miles.

Yesterday, they apparently decided to hold a rally. They didnt say their route until right before rush hour traffic and then proceeded to close down major downtown intersections.

So yesterday it took me only an hour to cut across downtown.

I support the idea of "blacklivesmatter", i do believe police disproportionately target black men and also have a heightened sense of fear around black men which leads to unequal treatment.

Why cant they plan a huge march on a saturday or sunday? i would join, my family would join. It would get positive press instead of negative.

Intentionally blocking traffic to make life miserable for hundred of thousands of people is the opposite way to get people to be receptive to your message.

I know there have been a zillion organized marchs in the past and other less obstructive attempts have been made for a century now ... .. .


but this is .. inconvenient for me? im a jerk
you hit the nail on the head especially the bolded part. If you want to encourage the masses to join your cause, don't make life miserable for them, they'll only look at you derisively.

Protests should be about getting a message across, not about being a squeaky wheel.
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Old 01-16-2015, 01:11 PM   #1618
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Know what I really can't stand? Packaging that's hard to open. On Christmas morning I needed a knife, a really big knife, a pair of scissors, and a pair of wire cutters. Just to open up toys and shit for the kids.

Frustration free packaging will now be a big reason why I decide to purchase a product.
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Old 01-20-2015, 09:12 PM   #1619
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Re: What REALLY grinds your gears?

How, why the hell does one piss all over the top of the urinal?
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Old 01-23-2015, 11:15 AM   #1620
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How, why the hell does one piss all over the top of the urinal?
urinal?

how about this.

this morning I walk a block down to 7-11 for milk and ice. As i am walking back, there is a guy 100 feet ahead walking in the same direction. His body actions are kinda odd.

As I get closer, there is a trail of piss bc this asshole decided to whip out his dick and piss as he walked.

im done with my current barrio. people spit, piss, shit and litter everywhere. come warmer weather, people will be throwing up everywhere as well. every time you park you have to make sure you dont step on dead rat carcass that has been pancaked by passing cars. you then get to watch this rat carcass deteriorate for the next 3 months until one morning the rat carcass is disintegrated. only to be replaced by a fresh dead and pancaked rat carcass to observe for the next 3 months. there is a dead pancaked rat carcass approx every 3rd parking spot, so watch out! this morning for the first time i saw a lil itty bitty baby dead rat carcass freshly pancaked with still fresh red blood coming out of its lil itty bitty dead head. i wonder if a dead baby rat carcass takes the required 3 months to disintegrate? i will keep you posted.

pretty sure me and the lady are separating in a few months as well ..
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